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30 Days 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Italy

  • Cascina Bellaria Farmhouse, Località Boschi 47, Sezzadio, Alessandria 15079, Italy

Overview

Yoga Teacher Training Italy

Deepen your yoga practice in the amazing Italy! This 300-hour program is designed to help you find your own personal path among the different and numerous approaches and techniques that exist in the world of yoga. Apart from daily practice, you will receive full support from instructors who will facilitate your learning and answer any questions you may have during the training. This program will be true immersion at the finest!

Highlights

  • 2 daily yoga practice
  • 5 hours of lecture everyday
  • Courses on asana, pranayama, anatomy
  • Certificate of attendance recognized by the Yoga Alliance
  • Daily wholesome vegetarian meals
  • 29 nights accommodation
  • Training manuals
  • 29 days with instruction
  • English
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Farmhouse Bellaria was created through the will of getting together, sharing a lifestyle aligned to the rhythms of nature and to the yoga and Ayurveda philosophy. The Hari-Om Yoga School is the ideal place to rediscover the essential meaning of life: love! Bellaria offers shared rooms with bunk beds and shared bathrooms, double rooms with shared bathrooms or private one, and double rooms, triple rooms or quadruple rooms with bathroom in the room, and also small one-room apartment.

Shared dorm room

You will be accommodated in a shared room with bunk beds and shared bathrooms.

Double room

It is a double occupancy room with private bathroom.

Shared triple or quadruple room

These rooms have private bathroom in the room.

Yoga room

The barn has become the big yoga room (100 square meters), with naked wood roof, wooden floor, and a whole glass window wall, which offers a great countryside landscape.

The subjects of the course vary from the physical (asana, pranayama, anatomy and alignments) to the more spiritual, subtle and philosophical aspects (meditation, history, philosophy, chakras, and tantra). There are two practices a day of two hours each and five hours of lecture between morning and afternoon.

Daily schedule

  • 08.00 - 10.00 Practice
  • 10.00 - 10.30 Breakfast
  • 10.30 - 13.00 Lecture
  • 13.00 - 14.45 Lunch and break
  • 14.45 - 17.15 Lecture
  • 17.30 - 19.30 Practice
  • 19.30 - 20.30 Dinner

Asanas

  • Neutral standing asanas and standing asanas with external rotation: Malasana, Bakasana, Astavakrsana, Vasisthasana, Tittibasana
  • Forward bending asanas: Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana, Kurmasana
  • Twisting asanas: Parsva Bakasana, Eka Pada Kundinyasana I, Parivrtta Janu Sirshasana
  • Backbends: Ustrasana, Urdhva Dhanurasana, Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana, Kapotasana
  • Invertions: Adho Mukha vrkasana, Pincha Mayurasana, Vrschikasana
  • Laying-down and sitting asanas. Triang Mukhaikapada Pashimottanasana. Krounchasana, Yoga Mudrasana, Hanumanasana, Yoganidrasana, Marichiasana-A,B,C,D

The following aspects will be analyzed in relation to every asana:

  • Alignment points
  • Most common errors
  • Possible simplified versions of the asana
  • Physical benefits
  • Contraindications
  • Effects on the mind and spirit
  • Effects on the chakras and doshas

During the three-hour practice sessions that precede the theoretical portion of the course, the students will be asked also to perform asanas that are not mentioned in the course program and will be encouraged and assisted in researching their alignment points so as to be able to independently practice the asanas as desired in the correct manner. Various asana sequences, involving specific parts of the body, that address different psychological and physical aspects of the individual will be taught with the intention of re-balancing their chakras and doshas.

The teaching method during the 300-hour teacher training will be mainly aimed at assisting the students in empowering the students to create their own lesson plans. The students will be encouraged to prepare their own individual yoga lesson plan related to a specific subject, to develop the theme throughout the lesson by providing theoretical information before, during and after the execution of the asanas and to conclude with pranayama and dharana techniques that harmoniously accompany the rest of the lesson.

The logic behind decisions to link certain asanas will be explained so as to enable the students to create asana sequences in autonomy. Possible themes include charkas, a certain feeling, a particular element, a phrase.

Pranayama e dharana

Techniques: Bhramari Pranayama, Bastrika and others. Breath timing techniques will be introduced in which one mentally counts to establish a particular duration of inspiration, exhalation and breath retention, both will full and empty lungs; this technique will be applied to the various pranayama techniques previously learned.

Students will also be taught how to combine the various pranayama techniques with certain mudras and bandhas. They will be encouraged to utilize pranayama during the execution of certain asanas so that every movement begins and ends in relation to the breath cycle, simultaneously visualizing the movement of the pranic energy in the nadi. Dharana techniques will be explored through a particular attention given to the use of mantras and yantras.

Following techniques will be explored on a deeper level, introducing advanced variations, among which the combined use of mudras and mantras during the single techniques: Nadi Shodana, Shitali, Sitkari, Kapalabhati, Bhastrika, Viloma, Anuloma, Agni Sari, Visamavritti and Asamavritti Praayama.

Supplementary techniques and various other topics

  • Methods for adjusting asana positions: Suggestions of specific techniques in relation to every asana to this point learned, aimed at or helping the students to perceive the correct alignment of an asana or enabling them to increase the intensity of the position
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Use of props and Restorative yoga
  • Introduction to Yoga therapy with particular attention to most common diseases (yoga for stress management, yoga for posture, back and shoulders, yoga for gastro-enteric syndromes, yoga for women and yoga for children and seniors)
  • Vinyasa yoga - deepening the knowledge of Vinyasa sequences and of Vinyasa philosophical approach
  • Chakras - deepening the symbolic understanding, impact on the physical level, suggestions to rebalancing chakras imbalances through asana and other techniques
  • The importance of taking yoga outside of the school and into one's life, as well as the importance of one's personal practice (sadhana)
  • The role of a yoga teacher and the relation between teacher and yoga students
  • Practical advice on how to open a yoga school and / or promote yourself as a yoga teacher

Philosophy of yoga

  • Tantra - its concept of time and of the divine nature of the course of existence; Samsara-Nirvana; the differences between the dualistic and the non-dualistic visions (Dvaiata-Advaita); dakshina e Vama Marga; Tantra as it exists in the present time
  • Further study of Jnana yoga, the path of knowledge; Karma yoga, the path of action; Bhakti yoga, the path of devotion
  • An introduction to the life and thoughts of some of the most notorious illuminated yoga masters including Vivekananda, Yogananda, Sivananda, Ramakrishana, and others
  • The principles behind vedic astrology
  • Yoga and ethics
  • Elements of connections between different mystic traditions (yoga, Christianity, Sufism)

Ayurveda

  • The relationship between doshas and atmospheric conditions, seasons and times of the day. Students will learn to incorporate the most appropriate techniques during yoga classes
  • An introduction to body-purification techniques
  • Appropriate daily routines for every dosha
  • Major physical symptoms that indicate a serious dosha imbalance
  • Sounds, colors and metals that rebalance the doshas

Vastu and the use of essences in the yoga practice

Vastu is the science of building or architecture. The traditional system of architecture that was developed in the Hindus culture to build temples. Vastu is based on the combinations of the five elements and tries balancing them, not only in their internal relations but letting them establishing a contact with the human being. Vastu creates building in harmony with the cosmic laws that give joy and peace to mankind.

  • An introduction to the application of essences
  • How and why they work
  • Their use in traditional naturopathy and Ayurveda
  • Their use as an aid to yoga practice

Anatomy

In the course of the five weeks of the teacher training offered by the yoga school, the anatomical studies are more focalized and connected to the new techniques and Asanas that have been taught. A number of sessions will be dedicated to the concepts of tension, compression, stretching, elongation, flexibility and to all the possible variables necessary for an approach of profound respect to the human body.

Other classes will be dedicated to the spine as the primary supportive structure of the body which is undergoing daily stressful functions that can be deeply balanced through cognizance and practice. If you have questions or doubts about the anatomy program of the yoga teacher training, please send an inquiry.

Anatomy 5

The concepts of tension and compression, how to recognize them during the practice, how to avoid damages, sprains, injuries, and others (how to practice Ahimsha), with a series of practical examples.

Anatomy 6

The spine, genesis, development, functioning, biomechanics (in daily life and during the practice), examples, and protocols.

Yoga therapy

  • Therapy and life force - the etymology of the word therapy sees the Greek language exhibit the three basic concepts that are "assists, care, healing" and yoga *Therapy goes beyond the isolated concept of anatomical body l. The therapy will be developed through the use of the techniques of pranayama deeply combined with ancient Chinese Qigong exercises. Finally, you will use the synergy of the different practices in India and China with one goal, therapy
  • Teacher - student relationship in the yoga therapy program
  • Yoga practices, benefits, and contraindications for the nervous systems
  • One example of therapeutic program with asana, pranayama, mudra, meditation, and yoga Nidra
  • Jun Lee

    Jun is a 500-hours Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher. She teaches an approachable, deep style of Hatha yoga that safely challenges the body and soothes the mind. She is also a dedicated student of Hatha yoga, meditation, Tantra, and Ayurveda. Her teaching skillfully weaves the practices of Hatha yoga to awaken fire and remove obstacles within, so that you may reveal and remember your natural state of meditative awareness and ease of heart. Jun is also a certified massage therapist and registered nurse.

  • Marco Mandrino

    Marco is the founder and director of Hari-Om Yoga School. Marco is an enthusiastic practitioner of Muay Thai and combat sports in general. He has been teaching yoga for around twenty years, dealing almost exclusively with teacher trainings and retreats. Marco's idea, which the school reflects, is to integrate diverse techniques from various disciplines and arts in order to live simply, in harmony with the present moment and to the best of one’s potential.

  • Massimo Monti

    Since an early age, Massimo felt attracted and influenced by the vision and teaching of mystics, masters, and yogis like Rumi, J.Krishnamurti, G.I. Gurdjieff, R. Tagore, and P. Yogananda, among others, which shaped the spiritual path to follow. Extensive travels throughout India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, the Middle East, North Africa as well as the Americas, Australia, and Europe brought him in contact with different spiritual paths widening the spectrum of ways in the quest of human consciousness growth.

This yoga teacher training program takes place in Italy. The Farmhouse Bellaria is a classical farmhouse in Piemont style, part of it to be drawn back to the half of the nineteenth century. It is located in a quite hilly area of the countryside between Alessandria and Acqui Terme.

Far from the inhabitant center and from the main roads, it is surrounded by a quiet and relaxed atmosphere that follows the rhythm of nature. Foxes, deer, squirrels, wild boars, and many kinds of birds live in that countryside and very often they get close to the houses and to the small lake, which is located inside the property of the farmhouse.

Activities
  • Massage
  • Swimming
  • Swimming pool
General
  • Dining area
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Lake
  • Yoga studio

Delicious vegetarian and organic daily meals will be provided throughout the training. Breakfast consists of a buffet, vegetarian, rich of fresh and homemade food. The oldest side of the farmhouse has become a dining room, characterized by the barrel vaults with bricks, with a suggestive fireplace that warms the whole setting during winter months and particular oriental furniture.

The following meals are included:

  • Brunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirements are served and/or catered for:

  • Organic
  • Vegetarian
  • Other dietary requirements on request
(If you have special dietary requirements its a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation)

Ayurveda treatments

The farmhouse has a room for Ayurveda massages, with a wooden massage table in respect of the traditional Indian medicine. In Farmhouse Bellaria people can receive Ayurveda massages, as the following ones:

Abhyangam

It is the typical Ayurveda massage. It is done by massaging the body with lukewarm medical oil or a mixture of essential oils in vegetable oil, different according to the person and the parts of the body. Besides being relaxing and acting against stress, it has as main aim the psycho-physical reactivation; from a physical point of view it cleans and makes the skin softer, reactivates and melts the muscles, and helps to improve the lymphatic and blood circulation.

It is excellent for people with a Vata Dosha constitution and for all troubles due to an imbalance (insomnia, depression, dryness. From a deeper point of view, it helps to discover and to remove fears and anxieties, and to gain a better ability to live and profit from the present, and increase self-consciousness. It can be done for therapeutic purposes and specific troubles.

Abhyangam by four hands

It is the classical massage of the Indian tradition, an energetic massage with two therapists that move synchronously.

Podikizhi

It is done with cotton sacks filled with a warm mix of dusts, spices, and legumes, and used to tap or scratch the body, more or less energetically according to the constitution. First of all, the body is covered with sesame oil and essential oils, and then the body is tapped with Kizhi. This allows the oil to penetrate more deeply. This kind of massage improves the lymphatic and blood circulation. It is useful against backache, cervical pains, and sciatica.

Shirodhara

It consists of pouring a constant lukewarm thread of vegetable oil on the forehead. It gives a deep sense of peace and serenity to the mind and body, very useful for people suffering from headache, insomnia, eye diseases, strong stress, depression, it improves the intellectual ability, the memory, auditory and eye perception.

Udvartanam

The body gets strongly massaged with a mixture of soft and fragrant dust, spices, and legumes. It is useful to diminish the excess of Kapha Dosha and to dissolve the fat layer. It improves the skin color, the blood and lymphatic circulation, and gives stability to body and mind.

  • 30 nights accommodation
  • Daily healthy brunch and dinner
  • Fruit and herbal tea break in the afternoon
  • Herbal tea before morning practice
  • One towel and sheets change every week
  • Professional certificate of attendance recognized by the Yoga Alliance
  • Training manuals
  • Transfer from and to Alessandria train station
  • Tuition
  • Additional activities or services
  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Personal expenses

Driving directions from Genoa

  • Genova Milano exit Alessandra Sud, follow tangenziale (ring road), direction Acqui Terme, exit Sezzadio.
  • When you enter the town, follow Rivalta Bormida, Mantovana, Abazia di Santa Giustaina, as soon as you exit the town, after Abazia di Santa Giustina, turn left following direction Mantovana, Boschi.
  • After the first two up hills, when the road becomes flat, turn right at the second street on the right where there are two white boards with indication Cascina Bellaria Hari Om.
  • It is the white building on the left.

Driving directions from Milan

  • Torino, highway exit Alessandria Est.
  • Follow Alessandria till the entrance of the town where there is a big roundabout, follow Acqui Terme and take tangenziale.
  • Exit Sezzadio.
  • When you enter the town, follow Rivalta Bormida, mantovana, Abazia di Santa Giustaina, as soon as you exit the town, after Abazia di Santa Giustina, turn left following direction Mantovana, Boschi.
  • After the first two up hills, when the road becomes flat, turn right at the second street on the right where there are two white boards with indication Cascina Bellaria Hari Om.
  • It is the white building on the left.

Driving directions from Brescia

  • Brescia Piacena Torino - Highway exit Alessandria Est.
  • Follow Alessandria till the entrance of the town where there is a big roundabout, follow Acqui Terme and take tangenziale.
  • Exit Sezzadio.
  • When you enter the town, follow Rivalta Bormida, Mantovana, Abazia di Santa Giustaina, as soon as you exit the town, after Abazia di Santa Giustina, turn left following direction Mantovana, Boschi.
  • After the first two uphills, when the road becomes flat, turn right at the second street on the right where there are two white boards with indication Cascina Bellaria Hari Om.
  • Farmhouse Bellaria is the white building on the left.

Driving directions from Turin

  • Torino Piacenza - Highway exit Alessandria Est.
  • Follow Alessandria till the entrance of the town where there is a big roundabout, follow Acqui Terme and take the tangenziale.
  • Exit Sezzadio.
  • When you enter the town, follow Rivalta Bormida, Mantovana, Abazia di Santa Giustaina, as soon as you exit the town, after Abazia di Santa Giustina, turn left, direction Mantovana Boschi.
  • After the first two up hills, when the road becomes flat, turn right at the second street on the right where there are two white boards with Cascina Bellaria and Hari Om.
  • Farmhouse Bellaria is the white building on the left.

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP), Linate Airport (LIN), Orio al Serio International Airport (BGY), Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport (GOA), or Turin Airport (TRN). Transfer from the airports is available at 150 EUR.

Arrival by train

The closest railway station is Alessandria. Transfers from Alessandria train station in the morning of the first day of course and in the afternoon when the course finishes are included in the package.

  • Review by Mila
    10 out of 10

    "Hari – Om yoga teacher training has been a success! The teaching skills of teachers during these two years has allowed me to better understand some aspects of my studies and gave good suggestions for personal discover. The philosophy and purpose of this experiential training made me understand what kind of approach I want to give to my teaching. A special thanks to Marco Mandrino that with its peculiarities has been able to be a super teacher urging everyone to the tenacity, determination and courage with a pinch of irony and collective joy. As a researcher and experimenter I can say it was the beginning of a nice trip that will continue because irresistible!"

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  • Review by Mauro
    10 out of 10

    "The choice to start a yoga teacher training with Hari-Om was one of the best I've ever done. The open and non-dogmatic approach, the interconnection with other disciplines and with martial arts is what enriches you more and allows to evolve. It leaves you a lot and continuous inputs so that you can continue to deepen your personal research. The path is transformative and as the training progresses ideas are clearer and you feel more “rich”. The teachers I have met and known transmit this approach and you discover they are true masters as well as friends. The classmates are special people, they accept you without judgment as you express your true nature freely. The mental and physical effort is important, but all the love and dedication are just a small part of what you have back. You will never lose it."

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  • Review by Trisha
    10 out of 10

    "The Hari-Om yoga teacher training lived up to my expectations. The teachers are very competent, always available and ready to teach with a smile. Not just a school, but rather a way of life. Namastè."

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  • Review by Jamie
    10 out of 10

    "I thoroughly enjoyed Hari Om Yoga School at Samasati. I thought that Max and June were the perfect balance of instructors to teach us yoga teachers in training. Jun's sensitivity and knowledge about anatomy mixed with Max's life experience, intense practice, and spirituality was just what I was looking for in a yoga school."

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  • Review by Emanuela
    10 out of 10

    "The course was a beautiful personal journey. Very nice relationship that has been created with the teachers. After only a few hours, it seems we have known each other for a very long time. Although the practice is pretty tough, it never ends with at least a good laugh. Perhaps to defuse the effort but all the wonderful teachers have been able to bring out the best in each of us. All our materials and theoretical have been taught in a nice and effective way. Obviously, given the short time available, each topic was introduced and we were given all the tools to be able to deepen the study individually. Now the first part has been accomplished, it is to us to continue our studies at home and continue the daily practice, the only way to really bring yoga within us."

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  • Review by Arianna
    10 out of 10

    "It is not really the classic dogmatic and serious yoga school. Hari-Om is something very different and strong that deals with professionalism, experience and wisdom the issues of Yoga, without taking itself too seriously! It is exactly what I was looking for as it brought me inside Yoga deeply, emotionally, energetically."

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  • Review by Penelope
    10 out of 10

    "A fantastic experience that takes you out of your comfort zone to start an unforgettable experience. The course encompasses yoga to 360 degrees without losing anything, and adding some extras. The teacher training retreat is a totally unique experience, hard but unique."

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  • Review by Ted
    10 out of 10

    "I'm very glad I took this important path with Hari - Om; It is exactly what I expected, maybe even better. Apart the pure technical matters and style, what struck me most was the feeling to be part of a family, the humility, and extraordinary capacity of each teacher to share a small part of one's own path. No dogma, only the desire to grow and enrich each other. Absolutely special."

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  • Review by Carlee from Nakusp, British Columbia, Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Recently I attended Hari-Om's 200 hours YTT held at Samasati Nature Retreat in Costa Rica. I'm not sure that any review I provide will do this experience justice. It was incredible, life-changing, challenging and amazing. It was so much more than I had hoped for!I felt that the curriculum was very well rounded, and presented in a very non-biased, non-dogmatic, open minded manner. Learning everything about yoga would take a lifetime, but the 200 hours covered a great deal, and introduced us to the main topics in the world of yoga. I think it's kind of a case of 'the more you know, the less you know'. My horizons were broadened, and it created a hunger for more knowledge. Max and Jun were the perfect team as teachers, both bringing something very special to each class. I went to the training hoping to come out of it as a yoga teacher. I left as a better human being who can teach yoga! The location for this training could not be better. Samasati is a very special place. The staff are wonderful, the food was delicious (especially breakfast!) and the view was breathtaking. I looked into many YTT's before choosing Hari-Om, and feel so very grateful for the choice I made. I look forward to doing my 300 hours YTT with Hari-Om in the future. All I can really say is thank you, my life is forever changed for the better after this experience!"

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  • Review by Mark
    10 out of 10

    "I am very open to learning new things and this course did not disappointed me. I would recommend this course for anyone wishing to grow and become a better person."

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  • Review by Marjo M, Costa Rica
    10 out of 10

    "I had the privilege of staying in Samasati on October 19th to 22nd. I was looking for a place to disconnect, re-energize and do yoga. My experience was everything and more! I am pretty demanding when it comes to yoga classes, being a teacher myself and conscious of my personal needs, and Stephanies classes where everything I wanted and more! She can deliver a journey of self-exploration and self-realization with each class she gives, even its not always pretty what a student finds in her personal exploration through yoga. Yoga in its best is transformative, and thank god there is a teacher like Stephanie who dedicates her live to transform peoples lives. She allows her genuine self to be present every time she teaches. Her classes are alwats challenging, whether they are more active, Vinyasa yoga or passive, Yin yoga. When student is open the magic of yoga happens."

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  • Review by Katrina Hache
    10 out of 10

    "I have been practicing mainly at home since the YTT trying to develop and grow more on what I learned while at Samasati. Today was one of the times that I decided to go to a class at my regular studio. The teacher hadn't seen me since I came back. After class she put her hand on my shoulder and said how she noticed that my practice has changed so much since the last time she taught me. That I'm much more forgiving of myself. Its one thing to feel a change within yourself, but when someone on the outside notices something like that, its hard to explain, but it just feels incredible. I just wanted to share this experience because of all of you (at the teacher training) that I was able to let go of a lot that was holding me back from being truly happy with myself. Thank you all for being supportive, understanding, and loving."

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  • Review by Zach Cuaresma
    10 out of 10

    "I was reflecting on the past three weeks about our yoga teacher training and I cannot begin to express how full my heart is right now! I am beyond grateful for this whole experience. Some incredible people there. I love my 12 new sisters. I learned a lot about myself and about the practice of yoga and I only want to continue to study. This is the start of something wonderful!"

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  • Review by Courtney from Washington, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I had an amazing time at the Hari-Om yoga teacher training in March 2015. Upon going into the training I knew I was entering a transformative path and that I would have great new views upon exiting the program. Of course, so much more happened within the three week span. In a program like this you learn so much about yourself and about life. It's an opportunity to try new things and get to know yourself better. Then along with it you meet amazing, new, perhaps life-long friends, and new ways to share the beauty of this world with every one around you. I thought that the training was excellent, all the teachers are amazing and have their own experience to bring to the program. It is an intense 200-hour course, in the jungle, so remember that when you sign-up. For me the seclusion was exactly what I wanted and needed, and I don't think I've ever felt so blissed out. I will for sure remember my 200-hour YTT experience with Hari-Om at the Samasati Nature Retreat in Costa Rica for the rest of my life."

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  • Review by Carolyn Stevens
    10 out of 10

    "I had the most extraordinary journey. From the yoga teaching, to the animals in the rainforest and the delicious vegetarian foood. It has forced me to consider the choices I was making prior to my YTT. It is a life changing positive experience that will deepen your own practice and point you in the right direction if someday you would like to teach. All the instructors were fantastic! Very knowledgeable and very approachable. If you have the opportunity I would suggest this to anyone even if you don't want to teach there are some great tools to help your own practice! I loved it! I would not change a thing."

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  • Review by Calin N.
    10 out of 10

    "With all the multiple challenges I faced throughout the training compared to other students (new to vegetarian diet, suddenly no wine allowed for me after work, haha, strict discipline, exhausting practice)I left with the overall feeling of clearly meeting my objective and of a work very well done.I was impressed by the vast experience, in depth knowledge of yoga and teaching skills of the instructors, I liked the special approach to teaching by using an invigorating blend of hard work, attention to detail and recurrent episodes of fun and jokes to make everything feel lighter, more human, to make students love yoga more than they used to do and for me it worked and I think that is the secret and the big science.I left the training feeling a better yogi, and aside from the insights received re the asanas technicalities and many other details and knowledge required of a yoga teacher and which surely will still require continuos study, self work and effort to improve and consolidate, I left feeling more in touch with the inner realms, with myself, perhaps a better person, with a better will, more clearly defined personal priorities and certainly better equipped to live a more yoga type of life, to be able to take care of myself, body, soul, spirit and emotion. And why not, who knows, perhaps one day, in my turn, to also be able to help others start to love or get closer to yoga, get closer to themselves."

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  • Review by Angelika Scott
    10 out of 10

    "For me, the teacher training with Hari-Om exceeded my expectations. Since I taught yoga before Yoga Alliance spread its wings in the yoga world, I was a bit skeptical about 'new age yoga', the 200-hour thing, the 500-hour thing, knowing that studying yoga is a never ending endeavor and one does not become a teacher just like that. I have been trained in a three year apprentice ship, with hundreds of hours, still ongoing seminars every year, where meditation and union with the Divine is the goal. I found your training to be not only enjoyable and beneficial, but loved the fact that there was always the referral to meditation as the real thing, as well as providing a good introduction to yoga philosophy. It was rich, interesting, and stimulating. I feel a renewed enthusiasm for my teaching and the desire to expand and grow, which I had lost."

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  • Review by Sally Knopp
    10 out of 10

    "What a wonderful experience, with wonderful people! The 500-hour program was extremely personally challenging, both physically and mentally but I knew that it was where I was meant to be. In the end, I'm so glad that I was there. You can't help but grow body, mind, and spirit."

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  • Review by Marcella
    10 out of 10

    "Yoga and more! I left my island to go to learn how to be a "good" yoga teacher, and yes, I took home a certificate. I can be a yoga teacher now. For what concerns being a "good" teacher, my path has just started. I can definitely count on myself as much as I know I can count on all of those who taught me in these 21 days what is yoga not only through the practice. So I thank myself as I want to learn more and more, but I want to thank those who with the sweat of the practice made us overcome our fears.Thank you to those who nurtured our souls during the lessons and lectures even during the ones after lunch when digestion puts you in the rest mode. Thank you to those who with love (great ingredient) cooked for us amazing food nurturing our bodies. Thank you to those who took care of our common spaces every day with a smile. Thank you to those who stated this "journey" with me, my companions for sharing me a part of them. I believe I can really say that you made me experience yoga in my life. Thank you from the deepest of my heart."

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  • Review by Raffaella
    9 out of 10

    "I came with an open heart but hazy intention. I found a teacher and a staff who could respectfully observe my soul and consolidate my intention. So it grew and finally became part of me. Hari Om is a great school that can show you the way without imposing its. I'll see you soon guys to keep walking on this path."

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  • Review by Sara
    9 out of 10

    "A part of my heart is still there, where the time stopped for 21 days. It wasn't only a teacher training course, it was more than that. A big family, new faces, moments of happiness, and sometimes a tear. It will be with me forever and when I close my eyes I will be there again with you all."

    Hari-Om Yoga School website, edited

Sezzadio, Italy

Hari-Om Yoga School offers Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher training, both in Italy and in Costa Rica, and organizes several yoga workshops and yoga retreats.

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30 days / 29 nights

Special discount

The first 5 registrations will receive a special discount of 30% for tuition.

Departure:
Sunday July 9, 2017
(30 days / 29 nights)

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