Maha Vidya 200-Hour Teacher Training
- Renuatum Retreats
- 23 Durham Point Road
- Jan 26 - Feb 11, 2018 (17 days)
- $2,400.00 - Program Price $2,100.00 - Holiday Special until January 1
Join the next generation of wisdom keepers with internationally recognized guides Zaplin Vermie and Carlisle Amlak for a comprehensive in-depth study of consciousness and self-healing through Yoga and Ayurvedic theory. This program is for students and teachers interested in gaining skillful proficiency in applying the methods and understanding the many manners of practice, exploring and investigating subtle awareness through asana, pranayama and meditation techniques alongside the traditional preliminary prerequisites to practice such as the yamas, niyamas, kryias, sankalpa, etc. Located in Durham,New Hampshire this program is easily accessible in the seacoast area with parking on-sight, nearby accommodations and easy access from the Boston Logan International Airport. This program is certified with Yoga Alliance.
What will you gain from this program?
- Knowledge and experience of an applied yogic lifestyle
- Individualized self-practices
- Sequencing for yogic goals
- Teaching multi-level classes
- Asana clinics (arm/leg/spine intensive interrogations)
- Creative asana/vinyasa/pranayama variations
- Applied integration of vayus and greater/lesser bandhas
- Greater understanding of Maha Yoga (Hatha/Raja/Tantra etc)
This 200-Hour Teachers Training offers a comprehensive in-depth study of Yoga and Ayurvedic theory for aspiring students and seasoned teachers looking to gain proficient and tangible knowledge in the foundational subtleties of practice through an advanced exploration of asana, pranayama and meditation techniques. The foundation of this program will be rooted in understanding and developing approaches to a safe and sustainable self-practice that once mastered will be naturally and easefully shared with future students as the practitioner blossoms beyond the personal stages of self-transformation into knowledgeable guides who hold space for others to realize their own inner evolutionary potential. This approach leads to confidence and accountability in self-development for the aspiring or seasoned yogin, maintaining the bedrock of the yogic approach to life while nurturing profound love and appreciation for the pursuit of self-knowledge through service and unconditional love, resonating from the essence of one’s being outward, transcending personal, familial, and social spheres to embrace unity of our mutual heritage in the forces of Nature and the luminous light of consciousness itself.
Monday- Wednesday- Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
Yoga is a path of self-mastery; a science and art of truly understanding what lies between each layer of creation (mayakosha) through the process of directly experiencing and observing (dhyana) the channels of energy (nadis) composing and transforming (tamas and rajas) the outer layers of the essential fundament sustaining our being (atman). Yoga is a direct path of knowledge (jnana), culminating in the vasts yet certain realizations of the Self (samadhi) as our collective heritage (Prakriti) and birth right (Purusha).
Throughout this training, together we will hold space for the realization of yoga (satsang). We will move through each layer of the Self (mayakosha) from the microcosm to the macrocosm so that we may confidently connect with the essence of yogic knowledge (satchitananda), harnessing the inner energy of our Creation (kundalini), abiding in a state of Yoga as a lifestyle (sadhana) and a rite of passsage sustaining our mutual heritage (Prakriti) as transcribed by ancient rishis (mahasiddhas) around the world.
Traditional Himalayan Yoga
Hatha/Ashtanga/ Raja/ Tantra
Individualized Self Practice Techniques
Advanced Theory of Pranayama and the simplicity of practice
Ayurveda: Prana, Tejas and Ojas
Bandhas through the Body
Understanding the Samadhis
Creative Asana Exploration
The Maha Gunas in Life and Practice
Marmas in Asana
Anatomy of Kundalini
Bhakti- Guru and Dattatreya
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