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It is not important how strong or flexible we are, yoga is much more than just Asanas, they are a tool to control our mind. The discipline and mind work is the difficult part. It is very important, that we understand that yoga is a nonstop development and learning process, the TTC is just a door Gayatri is opening to deepen this knowledge. If you want to work hard and with discipline, you are very welcome to join. Gayatri wants you to be always mindful and a real Karma Yogi. Come and join Gayatri Yoga on the beautiful island of Tenerife for a teacher training course. Gayatri Yoga is a small and familiar school with limited space for 6 to 8 trainees per teacher training. Small groups ensure a maximum support on your way as a yoga teacher.The course includes many background information and lots of practice, not just asanas. It will simply give you the full range of asana practice and you will be able to give your teachings your own personality and variety. It will help you to adjust the asanas to the needs of your students with confidence and knowledge. They are always there for their students and it is the quality, not the quantity of trainees which make their teacher training special.
You will be accommodated in single or shared double rooms, with shared or attached bathrooms. The venue has a swimming pool, gardens, chill out zones, terrace, and free Wi-Fi. Gayatri Yoga provides bed linen. The washing machine costs 3 EUR per load. There are surf spot and surf school in the next village if you are interested in checking them out.
Gayatri Yoga's Teacher Training Course includes full 200 hours teachings with a yoga teacher by your side, these classes are called contact hours. Self-study classes include the preparations for your own lessons as a teacher and also homework, which are additional non-contact hours. This means that you will come on around 250 hours in your TTC.
Gayatri Yoga is a small and very familiar school and accepts a maximum of 6 to 8 trainees in each course. The quality of their training and the individual time they spend with their students is much more important as the quantity of students. This way, they are always there for their trainees and they are able to help wherever needed.
Gayatri Yoga follows the traditions of Swami Satyananda and Swami Sivananda. It includes Kriya, Jnana, Raja, Bhakti and Karma Yoga, as written in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, which are the roots of all yoga styles and includes:
This includes asanas, pranayamas, meditation, mudra, bandha, kriyas, mantra chanting, and the classic yoga styles, such as Karma, Jnana, Bhakti, Kriya, and Raja yoga. These hours are a mix of analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques and guided the practice of the techniques themselves.
Radhika Priya Krishan Kaur
Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 (Yoga)
Course director, Radhika is a registered E-RYT 500 / Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher and YACEP / Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider. Since the early 2000s, she has been constantly deepening her experience in yoga. In 2007, she completed an Ayurveda course in Rasovai, Morjim and a teacher training course at Yoga Vidya Gurukul, Nasik both in India. By 2009, she also completed a yoga teacher therapy course in Yoga Vidya Gurukul, Nasik, India. In 2017, she completed her Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in Vinyasa Yoga in Rishikesh, India.
Kiran completed his yoga teacher training in Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga in December 2010 at Kailash School of Yoga, Mcleodganj, India, as well a second Hatha Yoga teacher training at Gaytari School of Yoga Fuertventura, Spain at 2011. He currently teaches Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, and Meditation in Spanish and English. He will guide and help you with your teaching and micro lessons. Kiran said that yoga changed his life in many positive ways and he likes to share this experience with others.
Yoga Alliance RYT 200 (Hatha Yoga)
Anand's journey began in 2008 as a fitness instructor and personal trainer, where he worked for a large corporate gym in the UK. He is specialised in circuit training, bodyweight / calisthenics, hypertrophy / strength, endurance and core stability training. He has experience in the styles of Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and Hot Yoga. He completed his teacher training with Gayatri Yoga in 2016. Almost one year after he graduated from Gayatri, he is now teaching Hatha and Flow Yoga classes at the school where it all began for him. He is teaching our Hatha and Flow Yoga classes.
Tenerife is of volcanic origin and the largest of the seven Canary Islands. It is located around 300 kilometers from the African coast and about 1,300 kilometers from the Spanish mainland. It has an area of 2,034 square kilometers with the gigantic Pico del Teide rising up in the center to 3,718 meters, making it the highest point of Spain.
Tenerife is known throughout the world as the island of eternal spring. The traditional architecture of the Canary Islands takes its inspiration mainly from the traditional architecture of Andalusia and Portugal although it also has a strong personality of its own.
The small resort Tejina lies on the rocky coast in the northeast of Tenerife. It is surrounded by the foothills of the Anaga Mountains. The village and the surroundings are very rural and idyllic. The climate is extremely pleasant as temperatures do not sink below 17 degrees Celsius, even in winter.
A harvest festival is an important event and the people of Tejina have a rather unusual way to celebrate it. The festival is called ''The Hearts of Tejina'' and is held in August. Hearts are decorated with flowers, fruit, and cakes, and each heart is around 12 meters tall and weighs about 1,000 kilograms.
When the three main neighborhoods in the town bring out the hearts that they have been working on for a month, an entertaining ritual begins, in which each neighborhood mocks the others' hearts. The festivity dates back over a hundred years.
This retreat is based on the self-catering principle. As you all have different dietary habits, feel free to use the school kitchen to prepare vegetarian meals, to your choice and taste. Normally, the trainees cook together and have fun in the kitchen. Gayatri Yoga provides fruits, vegetables, and all basic foods you need, from spices to pasta.
Please note that products are not allowed in the school are meat, fish, seafood, egg, garlic, onion, coffee, alcohol, and tobacco. Please also keep the kitchen and dining room always clean.
During your free time, feel free to enjoy beautiful beaches, the volcanic scenery, and sightseeing.
Ayurvedic Massage, Physiotherapy and Acupuncture are available on request at an extra cost.
From the airport, you need to take the secondary road TF-154.
From the South Airport, you need to take the highway TF-1 to the North Airport, and then the secondary road TF-154.
Please book your flights to arrive at Tenerife North Airport (TNF). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Gayatri Yoga will pick you up from the airport. You also can book your flights to Tenerife South Airport (TSF). From there, you need to catch the bus to the Tenerife North Airport (TNF) and Gayatri Yoga will then come and pick you up there.
Please note that the pick up will be arranged only if you send an SMS or WhatsApp with the exact bus number and arrival time to the Tenerife North Airport (TNF) prior your arrival to Gayatri Yoga.
There are bus connections from both airports. If you catch a flight to the south and you arrive in the evening or your flight leaves early in the morning, it could be a problem to get a bus and you may need to stay overnight in the south.
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