This is the beginning of a deeper reflection on your lifelong path of Yoga. Yoga in Sanskrit form is written as yuj, the act and embodiment of yoking with Divine nature. The self-reflective perspective begins with the expansion of an individual’s studentship in The Art of Yoga. The next evolution, if you should choose to step into it, is moving toward the role of “teacher/leader” of the ancient practices and teachings encompassed in the worldview known in the world as Yoga by continuing into The Art of Teaching.
The full 200 hour training is divided into two opportunities encompassing self- inquiry (svādhyāya) along the whole path. The Sanskrit term, svādhyāya, relates to the action of inquiring, reflecting and examining self. Like the wooden dolls encased within each other, this training offers the possibility of opening to the deepest aspects of Self.
The initial portion of the training, The Art of Yoga is an opportunity to take a deep dive into the many layers of a Yogic embrace.
If one is compelled to take on the responsibility of becoming a teacher of this ancient tradition the journey continues in The Art of Teaching.
All students who complete the full 200 hour training (Art of Yoga & Art of Teacing) will be offered three months of group mentor-coaching with the lead trainers of their program. This offering is included in the registration for the full teacher training.
Still not sure that you would like to be a teacher of the ancient art of Yoga. Let us know. And you will receive a copy of our reflective contemplation, Is Teaching Yoga Your Destiny?