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Our journey starts at the beginning – What is Yoga? In Yoga Foundations we begin our studies with the philosophy of Yoga. A philosophy that has withstood over 6000 years, passed down from generation to generation. A depth of history that has stood the test of time. Stepping away from what we have come to define Yoga as in the west, in Yoga Foundations we come back to Yoga’s roots and the deep appreciation of the lineage of Yoga from our Yoga Master’s in India.
This is the first training in the 5-module series towards becoming a 200-hour certified Yoga Teacher. However, this training is open to anyone with an interest in deepening their understanding of the philosophy of Yoga.
Yoga is the science of the mind. In this module we explore through a deep dive into Yoga’s most beloved texts: The Sutras of Patanjali, The Baghavad Gita and The Upanishads. This is a study on WHY we practice Yoga and HOW the ancient masters said we should practice Yoga.
What you will learn:
- History of Yoga
- Honouring Yoga’s culture and diversity
- Introduction to the Sanskrit language
- In-depth study and exploration of the 8-limbs of Yoga
- Understanding of the permanent and impermanent obstacles
- The four-paths of Yoga
- The importance of Meditation
- Understanding purpose vs. right action
- Understanding the role of the Self as part of the greater whole.
Core Competencies Taught: History, Philosophy, Ethics and Professional Development
- Yoga Foundations Training Manual (provided on the first day of training)
- The Language of Yoga by: Nicolai Bachman
- This is That by: Anand Mehrotra
- That is This by: Anand Mehrotra
Yoga Foundations is one of 5-Modules and counts as 37.5-hours towards your 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate. Training modules can be taken in any order, though Yoga Teaching Skills can only be taken once the other modules have been completed.
Training hours run 9am – 5pm each day with a 30min. break for lunch.
Each day will open and close with meditation. Our journey in between will compose of an in-depth conversation (satsang) and sharing of the wisdom of the ancient Yoga masters from India. As this course is centred around theory we will spend most of the day seated. Reading assignments will be given each night and a final assignment will be given in order to receive your certificate of completion.
37.5 Yoga Alliance CECs available upon completion of this course for current Yoga Teachers already registered with Yoga Alliance.
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