This 150 hr (Yoga Alliance, U.S & Yoga NZ registered) module is dedicated to deepening personal practice, refining teaching skills and providing continuity in the journey of Self-mastery in order to help others. The key practices are Yoga Nidra, basic breathing methods and restorative yoga postures. A team of highly experienced specialist teachers and educators will guide and support your learning including Swami Karma Karuna – the Director of Anahata Yoga retreat and Sannyasi Pragyadhara – Program Leader Integrated teachers training at Kawai Purapura.
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ABOUT THIS COURSE
Yoga Nidra is a state of being in which the mind lets go of the external world and turns inward to reflect upon itself. It is a state of deep peace, clarity and acceptance. Yoga Nidra is a specific practice that gradually trains the mind to be able to reach that tranquil space effortlessly. A simple series of restorative postures performed in such a way as to liberate and promote the free flow of gross and subtle movement; Gross movement related to the joints, organs and tissues and subtle movement related to the energetic network – Prana.
Working actively with this principle of movement activates the inherent healing and regenerative power of the body. Basic breathing methods encourage optimal breathing patterns and helps to correct poor breathing habits that may either depress or agitate the nervous system, mind and emotions. Basic breathing methods form one of the essential stages of Yoga Nidra and are effective tools for inducing calmness and clarity in any given situation.
– 12 day immersion into the art and science of these profound practices.
-Deepening personal practice as the foundation to embodied knowledge and authentic sharing of the techniques.
-The theory behind the healing potency of Yoga Nidra and its application as an adjunct to other healing modalities.
-Foundation Anatomy and Physiology of relevant body systems
-Restorative postures that focus on removing blockages that impede the free flow of energy – includes the classical techniques of the -Pawanmuktasana series as devised by Swami Satyananda.
– Course and class design considering a diverse range of student/client needs.
-Teaching methodology; planning, sequencing, delivery and communication skills
-Student/Teacher ethics and guidelines and student support skills
-Effective use of props to promote optimal physical, mental and emotional relaxation.
-Applications of practices to different groups and in varied work environments and situation.
– The power of pratyahara in a cycle of change.
– Yoga nidra as an accessible meditation technique.
This training is followed by a 4 month homework component. Students will receive professional mentorship during this time. By the end of September 2019 a final practical assessment will be held at Kawai Purapura. Should a face to face assessment not be possible due to special circumstances a video submission may be permitted.
Please email the course coordinator for the information booklet and for any inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org