GREEN LOTUS YOGA
Starts May 2020
LIVING SOMATICS MOVEMENT TEACHER TRAINING
Green Lotus Yoga Teacher Training school was established in 2007 by Carol Murphy. Carol is teaching yoga 22 years and yoga training teachers in Ireland and internationally for the past 12 years. The style of asana taught on the trainings is “Progressive Vinyasa”– a style of vinyasa that is breath-centred, flowing, creative and holistic. It is called “progressive” because it incorporates modern vinyasa approaches and also because the sequencing progresses students forward in their development, using an intelligence based on cutting edge knowledge of yoga anatomy and universal principles of alignment. Progressive Vinyasa also embraces the wisdom of subtle energetics and incorporates pranayama techniques to strengthen and nourish the inner body and the mind. Even though this approach to vinyasa is in many respects western in orientation, it is infused with the wisdom of Patanjali, Vedic and Tantric philosophies, touching the heart of yoga.
All of our trainings are registered with Yoga Alliance.
200 HR YOGA TEACHER TRAININGS
The 200 hr Progressive Vinyasa training can be taken over 10 months in our Yoga studio Yogamoves in Gort Galway, or can be taken intensively in the beautiful retreat centre Monte De Orada, in Alentejo, Portugal.
300 HR ADVANCED TRAINING
This training is suitable for qualified teachers who wish to continue and developed their studies and teaching skills. This training aims to expand your offerings and develop your brand in accordance with your uniques gifts.
NEXT 300 HR TRAINING
GALWAY – January-December 2020
LIVING SOMATICS MOVEMENT TRAINING
With Brian Siddhartha Ingles and Deirdre Mullins. The focus of this training is to understand, embody and teach the principles of somatic education based on the work of late somatic pioneers Thomas Hanna and Moshe Feldenkrais.
GALWAY : JULY-OCT 2020
YIN TRAINING / YANG MODULE
With Terry Cockburn from Summers school of Yin Yoga. This training is developed for serious students and teachers to learn how to integrate dynamic styles of yoga within the practice and teaching of Yin Yoga.
Galway : August 2020