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Join Moksha Yoga Amazónica on a transformative and experiential Integral Vinyasa, Yin, and Karma yoga teacher training with daily Ayurvedic self-care routines in the Sacred Valley of Cusco, Peru. In this Yoga-Alliance accredited school and training, you will learn the authentic daily practices of shatkarma, pranayama, meditation, and asana in order for you to feel the power and energy of the yogic life.
Yoga Mandala is a beautiful bio-construction retreat center surrounded by a variety of flowers, native herbs, and water streams of musical background. There are seven chakras-inspired bedrooms with private bathrooms that provide you harmonization and inner discovery.
Students who complete their training are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as 200 hours Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT200).
The program welcomes all dedicated yoga students ready to develop and grow their yoga practice on and off the mat while embracing elements of the yogic lifestyle and striving for equanimity.
Before signing up for this 200-hour Tantra Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, Moksha Yoga Amazónica recommends that you have practiced any yoga style for four to six months in the studio classes or self-practice or have a background in another movement discipline. You do not need to know any inversions, arm balances, or advanced postures.
More than anything, Moksha Yoga Amazónica asks that you come with an open mind and open heart, receptive to learning new knowledge, and with a willingness to be supportive to yourself and others.
In this training, the instructor team trains you to go beyond the physical and mental states so that you learn to speak through your consciousness and live life with equanimity. This yoga teacher training comprises a prearrival preparation phase where you access the yoga library and video tutorials and completes some study and practice, and in-Peru 2-week intensive training with practice, lectures, experiential excursions, and Karma yoga volunteering, and finally a review and reaction section to be completed upon completing the training in Peru.
The main goal of this yoga teacher training is to prepare you in the yoga sciences and asana postural practice so that you develop a practical and clear vision for teaching and sharing your love of yoga with the world, and go within to deepen your personal practice and growth.
Through the study of the ancient Vedic texts and an understanding and practice of ancestral yoga - Jnana Yoga or the yoga of study, Karma yoga or the yoga of selfless service, Raja yoga or the yoga of meditation, and Bhakti yoga or the yoga of devotion - people come to realize different truths about the world around them and about their essence nature.
Although learning to teach asana classes is an important part of being a yoga teacher, Moksha Yoga Amazónica strives and hopes for you to make a shift in consciousness, perhaps re-assessing old habits or value systems, and live your daily life with more equanimity.
This training is designed to activate the inner healer within you and cultivate the wisdom that leads to purpose and passion. Each day is layered with practices focused on setting the bases for a strong foundation in primary asanas, their alignments, modifications, and adjustments; weight distribution and baring, to help you build healthy habits.
The teachings are based on the ancient Vedic texts of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, the Bhagavad Gita, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and the Mahanirvana Tantra of the Great Liberation to discover both yogic routine and philosophical path to self-inquiry.
Rooted in the belief that every being has a purpose and voice to share, this training inspires your unique gifts to be expressed authentically. Whether you are beginning your yoga journey or are an advanced practitioner searching to expand your knowledge, this teacher training will deepen your yoga practice, detox your body and mind, and bring you confidence and inspiration to become a joyful and knowledgeable yoga teacher.
The largest hourly aspect of the training, entailing various practices that will inform your experience and ability to translate practice safely and authentically into teaching. Kriyas, pranayama, meditation, mantra, asana posture labs, etc.
Develop the knowledge and confidence to share yoga with others in a way that can transform and impact their lives. You will learn communications skills for compassion, intelligent sequencing and cueing, asana alignment and adjustments, business and legal aspects of teaching yoga, and how to teach from your authentic self creating and leading original classes.
Classes will cover both medical anatomy such as bodily systems, muscle groups, and the joints, but also subtle body anatomy like the chakras, nadis, and koshas. This includes the study of the subjects and the application of their principles to yoga practice, such as benefits or contraindications. Some additional topics to be covered include fascia and connective tissue, elasticity and plasticity, and the Golgi Tendon Organ.
Through the study of ancient Vedic texts, we will discuss many important points that deal with human existence and how the practice of yoga can help people reach higher states of consciousness and happiness. Classes will cover the ancestral trilogy of yoga, Patanjali's 8-limb path, and the modification of the fluctuations of the mind.
Constructive feedback about your teaching will be given by both fellow students and trainers to allow you to hear students’ perspectives, improve, and nd your unique voice and style as a teacher. Classes will cover practicing teaching as lead instructor, receiving and giving feedback, observing others teaching, and assisting while someone else is teaching.
Tantra yoga originates from a worship of the Hindu deities that represent the dynamic and static principles of the universe: Shakti (dynamic, creative, feminine) and Shiva (static, destructive, masculine).
In Tantra yoga, practitioners seek to comprehend the continual play between these principles and study the universe through the human microcosm, focusing on the purification and cultivation of prana to awaken the cosmic energy that is present in the human body and allowing it to ascend through the chakras to resolve duality into unity.
The Tantra yoga component of this training weaves together many practices including Karma, Bhakti, Raja, mantras, chakras, and bandha energy locks to develop your bodies’ subtle energies, working to bring the spiritual and material worlds into one. Through the exploration of these energies, your life's purpose and connection with others can be understood in a new dimension.
Not predominantly sexual but definitely orgasmic, Tantra yoga is about intimacy, which can either mean with a partner physically or by yourself with your own breath, thoughts, and aspirations. Whether practiced alone to get in touch with your own subtle body energies or with a partner to deepen your relationship, Tantra yoga will help you get in tune with your authentic self and break down barriers in a unique and meaningful way.
The Sanskrit word ‘Hatha’ means force and alludes to a system of physical techniques comprised of asanas, pranayama, kriyas, mudras, and meditation. As such, Hatha yoga is actually an umbrella term for most types of yoga teaching physical postures, meaning nearly every yoga style is Hatha yoga.
With ‘Ha’ meaning the sun and ‘tha’ the moon, this practice aims to balance these two energies to prepare the body for deeper spiritual practices like meditation. As ancient asanas were not merely postures but instead mudras, they were intended to seal and channel prana within the body.
Hatha yoga asana practice is relatively gentle, slow, and characterized by longer static posture holds than most other styles. In spite of this, however, practice can still be physically and mentally challenging. Classes will typically start with a gentle warm-up and then progress to more physically challenging postures.
The Sanskrit word ‘Vinyasa’ translates as “to place in a special way”, and Vinyasa Yog is thus characterized by fluidly stringing asana postures together, with each movement synchronized with the breath. The style is vigorous and movement-intensive based on a continuous flow from one asana to the next and offers a wide variety of postures which means that unlike the rigidity of Ashtanga yoga sequences, no two Vinyasa classes are ever alike.
Faster-paced than Hatha yoga, Vinyasa yoga classes involve progressively increasing body heat -and sweat- and building strength. It teaches us to cultivate an awareness that links each action to the next, both on the mat and in your life.
During this training, you will learn Vinyasa yoga methods to assess the needs of individual students or groups, and then build a complementary, step-by-step practice to meet those needs. In addition to the postures, you will learn during Hatha yoga classes (many of which transpose into Vinyasa), you will practice Ashtanga sun salutations A& B, plank pose, four-limbed staff pose, cat-cow stretches, side plank, cobra, grasshopper, as well as many other and more advanced asanas such as arm balances, headstands, inversions, and handstands techniques.
Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is a deceptively simple form of meditation and mind-body therapy through which the practitioner rests in savasana (corpse pose) guided through the pancha maya kosha (five layers of self) to reach a deep state of relaxation between waking and sleeping, like the "going-to-sleep" stage, while maintaining consciousness.
As the face relaxes and the jaw softens, you are guided through several stages. You first set an intention for the practice, then focus your awareness on breath, bodily sensations, emotions, and thoughts, consciously aware, observing, witnessing.
A proven antidote to anxiety, Yoga Nidra produces a sense of joy and well-being, better sleep, and has the potential to heal psychological wounds. It has been used to treat veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse patients, and people suffering from stress.
During the practice, you aim to restore our body, senses, and mind to their natural function to feel wholeness and tranquility and to become increasingly and systematically aware of your inner world. Practiced regularly, the elements of yoga Nidra make up a sophisticated set of tools that can help practitioners navigate some of life's more challenging moments.
You live in a vibratory universe where everything you sense, feel, see and touch is pure energy, or particles of energy vibrating. As such, the basic principle of sound healing is this concept of resonance of vibratory frequencies of objects, which includes human beings. If you are not resonating with some part of yourself or your surroundings, you become dissonant and without harmony, which can create illness.
Although healing with sound is believed to date back to ancient Greece, recent research has linked music to a number of health benefits, from boosting immune function and lowering stress levels to improving your body’s functions such as blood pressure, and even breathing.
Sound is measured in terms of the Frequency of Hertz (Hz), and sound therapy is the application of healing frequencies to the physical and subtle energy fields around the body. During this training, you will take part in sound therapy / healing sessions, witnessing a variety of Indian, Tibetan, and Andean instruments and tools such as tuning forks, singing bowls, ocean drums, rain and thunder-making instruments, koshi bells, hangdrums, native double octave utes, chanting, and more.
Dinacharya is the Ayurvedic practice of having a daily self-care routine, Dina meaning day, sun, or ow, and Charya meaning practice or conduct. Dinacharya rituals were established to maintain the body in harmony with the natural cycles and rhythms of the day, and emphasize the mornings as your most sacred time, as these hours create the foundation for the rest of your day.
Waking up before the sunrise, conducting a body and mind scan, daily intention setting, brushing your teeth, scraping your tongue, oil pulling, neti, nasya, eye washing, body scrubbing or dry brushing, oleation (Abhanga), bathing, meditating, foot massaging, and scalp oils, are all parts of an Ayurvedic self-care routine for that radiant glow inside and out.
Taking the time to nurture yourself each day really is a meditation on self-love which promotes self-respect. Bring your Ayurvedic self-care routine beyond physical radiance and turn it into a sacred ritual for cultivating true beauty: radiant self-love.
Saturdays: Half days + 1-on-1 mentorship integration session calls in the afternoon.
Sundays: Individual self-practice + karma yoga volunteering exercise.
Because feedback is essential for growth, as part of your professional development you will receive each week a private mentorship session with an instructor, which will serve both as an opportunity for you to ask questions regarding the training or the avenues available to you as a yoga teacher, while the instructor will compassionately share feedback from his or her observations thus far. The idea is to assist you in your transformational growth as you progress through the training, and that by means of constructive conversation you are assigned clear action items for growth.
Themed workshops will cover a wide range of key asanas and body parts, such as standing, balancing, and seated postures, forward bends, back-bends, hip openers, downward-facing dog, chair, the moon, the warriors, hip opener, twists, inversions, headstands, wrist health and conditioning, and core strengthening.
On each of the yoga teacher trainings, Julio Miyasato of Vital TF Physiotherapy presents a "Preventive Physiotherapy for Yogis" workshop where he teaches the fundamentals of human movement health, alignment, range of motion, isometric strength, proprioceptive development, muscle aerobic capacity, contraction speed, and fatigue resistance.
Amazonian experiential excursions are included in the price.
Vincent discovered pranayama in his teens with kung-fu breathing forms, to then practice Tai Chi and Qigong before discovering yoga in 1998. He spans a wide-ranging career that took him from consulting, diplomacy, and diving before deciding to devote his life to breathing, studying, and teaching yoga. He trained in India, specializes in Tantra-Hatha & Vinyasa traditions, and founded Moksha Yoga Amazónica to share his passion for breath and movement with others. Vincent holds Yoga Alliance E-RYT200 & RYT500 experienced teacher certifications, and speaks English, French, Japanese & Spanish.
Shirley is a Tantra Hatha and Vinyasa yoga teacher with a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certification. She has a passion for yoga philosophy, and teaches shatkarma/kriyas and pranayama classes in addition to assisting in asana postural practice and adjustment classes. She speaks English, Spanish, and German.
Loren has been a scholar, teacher, school administrator, college faculty member and dean over the course of his 45 year career in education. He has studied classics, education, philosophy and religion and holds three masters degrees in philosophy, religion, and education, and a doctorate in religion studies and education. He trained in meditation in a medical school setting, through 30 years of experience in Quakerism, and through the Shambhala organization. He is also a life time athlete and adventurer, having done several long distance hikes, biking and kayak trips in different parts of the
Wake up each morning at the base of majestic mountain views, right underneath a beautiful waterfall nestled in the Sacred Valley of the Incas with natural luxury at your doorstep and begin your day with a meditation and yoga practice.
Yoga Mandala has been designed to have the smallest possible impact on its surrounding ecosystem, offering a virtually non-polluting exclusive operation. Here you will experience the outstanding service of the native Quechua culture. Their contributions with love and simplicity help make Yoga Mandala Sacred Valley a unique place to stay in the land of the Incas.
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You will be served three vegetarian meals a day as well as water throughout the training. This includes a buffet-style breakfast and a personal plate for lunch and dinner.
Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ). Transfer from the airport is included. Moksha Yoga Amazónica will pick you up from the airport. Please communicate your travel plans with them after booking.
The main airlines domestic flights within Peru are Star Peru, Latam, Sky Airline, and Viva Air. Do check their baggage policies as they tend to have several options. Star Peru, for example, tends to include luggage in their airfare pricing, while Viva Air makes their flights cheaper and sells luggage allowance separately.
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