Yoga Teacher Training at The Sanctuary Thailand
May 20th – June 13th, 2016
Dream your world into being with the guidance and protection of your highest Self. Immerse yourself deeply into the practice of yoga and learn to embrace the traditional 4 paths. Release what no longer serves you and create more space in your body and your mind. Breathe… Practice… Awaken to your Soul’s true journey!
With an emphasis on sequencing, alignment and adjustments, facilitators Randi and Ananda offer a wealth of experience and a depth of instruction that leaves participants with with a strong foundation and a fresh perspective on life. Live the four paths of Yoga and enjoy the rhythms of gorgeous Thailand from the stunning home of the Sanctuary. Build your knowledge in paradise and understand the depths of yoga as it was originally intended, as a living practice.
- Bhakti – Love and devotion through prayer, ceremony, singing, and chanting.
- Raja – Ashtanga Yoga. Exploring the work of Patanjali and the 8 limbs
- Jnana – the sacred study of self inquiry through the art of living and intention.
- Karma – selfless service to better serve the whole.
This unique program offers the opportunity for Dual Certification in RYT-200 Yoga and Thai Massage! Thai Yoga Massage is a beautiful compliment to Yoga that integrates the healing touch of thousands of years of tradition. See here for more information about the optional Thai Massage Course following the RYT-200 training.
Our Yoga Teacher Training is a holistic program; to understand Yoga you must first understand Self… body, mind, and spirit. The Chakana, or Andean Cross, acts as the guide and foundational structure for the course. The Chakana encompasses a lower world, middle world, and upper world and within each world we will focus on different types of movement, diet, and meditation. We bring to life the ancient teachings of Yoga through accessible spiritual lessons, a solid foundation in Yogic philosophy, and a daily Yoga practice, called The Kula Flow.
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July 17- August 26, 2016
The Jungleyoga Level 2 Advanced Yoga Teacher Training is an course designed for the experienced student who wants to deepen their knowledge and experience of yoga.
This six week course in split into three modules, each lasting 2 weeks and students can sign up for 4 weeks (2 modules, 200 hours) or 6 weeks (all three modules, 300 hours).
The goal of this course is not only to know more about yoga techniques and philosophies, but also to have a transformative personal experience as well. To really grow as yogis and yoginis, we need to grow as individuals and our Level 2 Advanced Yoga Teacher Training on the beautiful paradise island of Ko Phangan, Thailand is a perfect setting for learning and growth.
With this in mind, we design the course as an exploration of yoga for the individual student. We believe that learning to be a teacher comes as a person grows and learns about themselves, and experiences the yoga practice on a deep level. Only then is a person fit to teach authentic and transformative yoga.
The course will feature Jungleyoga founder Randall O’Leary, teaching modules on all 6 weeks of the course. His modules will cover Hatha Yoga, Bandhas and Energetic Yoga as well as Ayurveda and Lifestyle lessons. The first 2 weeks we will have Gaelen Hansen leading classes and practices on the Yoga Sutras and Self Inquiry. Tina Nance will teach a special and unique section on Yin Yoga and Meridian Yoga on the last 2 weeks of the course.
The 6 Week Course is €2700 Euro/ $4100 AUD/ $3000 USD/ £1910 GBP for all classes and sessions, including healthy breakfast on every class day. The cost does not include accommodation, other meals or travel expenses
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November 15th – December 9th, 2016
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Anahata chakra is the fourth primary chakra located at the heart centre. It represents love, compassion, charity and balance. By opening the heart chakra we are able to act in accordance with our higher selves, following our hearts, from a place of love, compassion, integrity and openness.
The Anahata chakra is the seat of divine love and it is here that emotion is re-channelled into devotion. Vishnu granthi, the second psychic knot along shushumna, representing the bondage of emotional attachment, is located here and when this knot is released one becomes free of all selfishness and egoistic emotional attachment and thereby attains mental and emotional peace and equilibrium.
Our mission at Anahata Yoga is to provide our students with a deep, inspiring and transformational experience of the magic of yoga. We aim to make yoga accessible to everyone, regardless of flexibility, age or athletic capability. Using the principles of awareness, compassion, non-judgment and body knowledge, our students will develop a sustainable, creative and ever-evolving personal yoga practice.
Anahata Yoga offers a unique, flowing and holistic style of yoga designed to integrate mind, body and spirit and unify us with the source of universal love. It is truly yoga, taught from the heart.
Anahata Yoga offers a unique, powerful and graceful style of hatha yoga known as The Dance of Shiva and Shakti. This form of yoga is a meditative flowing vinyasa asana practice designed to open the energy channels in the body and invite the energy of Shakti, residing in the base of the spine, to rise through Shushumna and merge with Shiva, residing in the crown of the head.
At Anahata Yoga we aim to rediscover the realm of pure potential of the inner self and its spiritual essence. Peter Clifford has proven in his own personal practice that human ageing is reversible and scientific research shows that we can literally reverse the ageing markers, for example muscle strength, bone density, blood pressure and cholesterol levels etc…
People are an amazing network of cellular intelligence, energy, thought, emotions, electric currents, organ actions, hormones, nervous systems, tissues, blood and lymph flows. All these elements are interwoven, inter-reactive and capable of transformation through this yoga practice. We focus particularly on the internal aspects of yoga: organ cleansing, tissue pumps, nervous systems, circulation of lymph and blood, releasing granthis and pranic blockages, and creating hydraulic and pneumatic pressures within the body to create change.
All movements are undertaken with conscious awareness, promoting a state of integration of the mind and body. As you practice this inner yoga style, you reconnect with your inner reservoir of energy, vitality and creativity you will return to a younger functioning physical and mental state.
Classes at Anahata Yoga are designed to enhance the qualities of rejuvenation and longevity, to correct postural imbalances, to create vitality and health while promoting the natural abilities of the body to energise and to heal so that it can realise its own amazing true potential.
The Dance of Shiva and Shakti is a form of hatha yoga.
The phrase ‘hatha yoga’ is a combination of three words: ‘ha’ meaning the sun, ‘tha’ meaning the moon, and yoga meaning yoke or union. Thus, the practice of hatha yoga refers to the union of the sun and moon.
The sun is the symbol of Shiva who represents conscious awareness and resides in Sahasrara Chakra in the crown of the head.
The moon is the symbol of Shakti who represents divine or Kundalini energy and resides in Muladhara Chakra. Kundalini is depicted as a snake coiled three times at the base of the spine.
So Hatha Yoga can be said to mean the joining together of Shiva, conscious energy, and Shakti, divine energy.
Our intention is to encourage Shakti the moon to rise up to the embrace of Shiva the sun. The metaphor of a lovers’ dance invokes the idea of a creative interplay between conscious awareness and divine energy and reminds us to take a joyous, graceful, playful approach to achieving the state of union that is the ultimate goal of yoga.
- Pranayama & Meditation
- Asana Teaching & Self-Practice
- Postural Alignment & Integration
- Bandha within Asana
- Asana Alignment & Integration
- Pancha Kosha Work & Exercises
- Philosophy & 8 Limbs Yoga
- Yoga Anatomy & Physiology
- 5 Element Form
- Yoga Therapy
- Class Structuring
- Meditation Mantra & Yoga Nidra
- The Dance of Shiva & Shakti
Facilitator: Peter Clifford
Peter has studied and practiced yoga for 50 years. He has had the honour of studying with many wise and knowledgeable teachers in India including Swami Sarasvati, TKV Desikachar, AG Mohan and BKS Iyengar. Combining his study of yoga with a lifelong interest in learning about bio-mechanics, postural integration, anatomy and physiology, Peter has developed a unique, powerful and comprehensive yoga philosophy described as the Dance of Shiva and Shakti.
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