Welcome to Yoga
Teacher Training Galway
This TTC will be taught by
This training offers you an opportunity to take your practice to the next level. The style of yoga taught on the trainings in Vinyasa. It is physically challenging and yet does not loose touch with its holistic and spiritual base.
On this training, we work primarily with two sequences, the Mula Krama (foundation series) and the Vikasa Krama (expanding series). In addition, we work creatively with vinyasa sequencing and threads that are grounded in anatomical and alignment intelligence.
On this training you can expect to :
- Develop your asana practice and your understanding of your body through anatomy and alignment studies.
- Create deeper understanding of the spiritual aspects of your practice in a way that is life connecting and non-dogmatic.
- Learn Ayurveda and the holistic aspects of the practice.
- Learn how diet can help your practice, your health and your life.
- Delve into the depths of subtle anatomy and energy balancing through the breath.
- Learn the gift of meditation.
- Learn how to teach yoga and share the gifts it has to offer safely and confidently.
- Develop your relationship with your true self, your individual teaching voice and your style.
- Learn the business side of yoga and how to operate as a teacher ethically and effectively.
- You can also expect to work hard with the support of a group that wishes to evolve through the path of yoga like yourself. You will be challenged to journey deeper within, to move beyond your self-limiting beliefs and stories that hold you back from moving forward with your intentions and dreams. This is a physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually demanding experience. It is both intense and wonderful. Expect to bend, sweat, ache, collapse, stand up, strengthen, open, cry and giggle. Expect also to move deeper into relationship with the core nature of who you are, to connect with your authentic self and to learn how to spread the teachings of yoga from that place.
The TTC starts in Jan 2016 and ends in November 2016. It consists of 9 weekends and a one week intensive in the Suryalila retreat centre in Spain.
Days are 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day with a one hour lunch break and a couple of small tea- breaks.