Meditation Teacher Training

Meditation Teacher Training
Meditation Teacher Training2018-11-21T10:22:32+00:00
Join the pathway to personal change and professional development

Meditation Teacher Training


How it works:

1. Use your mobile or device to sign up for Genoapay (takes 3 minutes and you only have to do it once)
2. Email and let us know that you’re on board with Genoapay, please include your mobile number and the event you’d like tickets for
3. We’ll phone you to complete the set up and issue your event ticket

You pay over 10 weeks. No interest. No Fees.
*Available on purchases up to $1000.00

Self Transformational Meditation Course

Teaching Faculties

Utkarsh Sanjanwala | Lead Teacher

Utkarsh Sanjanwala is an experienced Yoga Master from India and a direct disciple of Swami Vidyanand. Utkarsh brought the teachings of Transformational Yoga – a practice founded on the philosophy of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo, to New Zealand in 2015. He currently lives and works in Auckland, sharing the teachings of authentic Indian Yoga with yogis from across the globe. His spiritual name is Uttar Kashi and he has done his training and certification with Masters and Teachers from India, where he lived and worked as a Yoga Expert until 2015. A Master of Transformational Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Pranayama & Meditation, Utkarsh is exploring and sharing the science of Yoga under the guidance of Swami Vidyanand, Founder of Transformational Yoga & Meditation Alliance International.
Though primarily a Yoga Teacher & Therapist, he is also a painter, photographer, graphic designer, writer and a musician who’s life got transformed when he got introduced to Yoga. In 2008, he began to explore the traditional Yoga. Soon after, he quit his corporate job to fully explore yoga as a subject as well as a spiritual path and way of livin

Ven. Gyalten Sengye | Visiting Faculty

Venerable Gyalten Sengye (Zac), a monk in the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition, was first to exposed to Buddhism at 21, and has been studying and practicing ever since. Sengye belongs to the Gelug Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and has recently set up the Awakening Vajra Centre for healing here at KP, one of 8 Centers around the world. He took ordination with his teacher and Guru, the Great Tibetan Buddhist Yogi and Scholar, His Eminence Choden Rinpoche and his following his heart Disciple Geshe Gyalten in running the Center for Healing here in Auckland.
Sengye leads a number of classes and courses on Meditation, Buddha Dharma and Discussion Groups, on a wide range of topics to open our Hearts to Love, Compassion and Wisdom. The classes encompass the teaching of the Buddha, whilst embracing ways of living and being holistic change and wellness both individually and collectively through Meditation, Study, Creativity and Complimentary Healing. He is particularly interested in bringing down the boundaries between different traditions and religions, opening dialogue to help facilitate change.

Acharya Das

Acharya das is a student & teacher of Vedic and yogic philosophy, meditation and kirtan. He has taught yoga wisdom to appreciative audiences for over 40 years. He has an uncommonly deep understanding of yoga philosophy and practice and conveys that message in a clear and simple way.
Acharya das was born in New Zealand and began the practice of astanga yoga at age 14 in the small North Island town of Te Aroha. Just prior to his 20th birthday he received spiritual initiation from Srila Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupad in the Brahma Gaudiya Sampradaya and moved to India where he studied Vedic philosophy and Sanskrit while cultivating his personal practice in the Bhakti tradition. He later moved to South East Asia where he resided and taught for over 35 years under the guidance of his siksa guru (instructing spiritual master) Jagad Guru Siddhaswarupananda.
From 1998 until 2006 Acharya das served as the General Secretary of the World Vaishnava Association (WVA), an Indian based umbrella organization for over 50 Indian and International Vaishnava Missions and spiritual organizations. He continues to serve as one of the secretaries of the WVA. In 2004 he also spoke before the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Barcelona, Spain, on behalf of the WVA.
Acharya das teaches yogic wisdom, Vedic philosophy, meditation, kirtan, and the path of happiness, to a wide variety of audiences, including yoga-teachers, in Australasia, America and Asia. He has conducted seminars for a wide variety of religious and faith communities on the issues of family, marriage, the sanctity of life and transcending death. He has been running weekly Meditation & Mindfulness classes in the Auckland Maximum Security Prison at Paremoremo for over a year.
He currently resides in New Zealand continuing to both travel and teach and is presently collaborating on a translation and commentary of the ancient yoga classic, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras.

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