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Join the Path of Yoga team for a yoga teacher training like no other. For a month, you will live and breathe yoga together, developing yourselves physically and mentally and learning how to teach these transformative techniques to others. At the end of the month you will have the chance to register yourself and be a certified Yoga Alliance 200-hour teacher, but more importantly, you will have the necessary confidence, knowledge, and teaching skills to blossom into a world-class yoga teacher.
Mala Dhara Eco Resort is a true gem of a resort, blending luxurious living with the feeling of living in nature. They have the wonderful choice of either outdoor or indoor yoga shala, both are bright, open, and circular and provide the perfect environment for deepening your practice. The rooms are peaceful, spacious, and air-conditioned (fan only in dorm room).
The accommodations are originally and stunningly decorated with lovely and unique attention to detail; you can choose between a shared dorm room or shared villa room. All rooms have ample living space, with many areas to find privacy or socialize with the rest of the group in your free time or over meals.
Students who complete their subsequent trainings are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
The Yoga Alliance certified training provides a month of Hatha, Vinyasa, Breathwork, Meditation, philosophy, self-development, healing, and all the skills necessary to become a successful yoga teacher. A yoga teacher training course can be, and often is the beginning of a new chapter in your lives. It is not the final objective or goal, but a beautiful step on the Path of Yoga.
Each morning, you will start the day with three hours of practice made up of asana, pranayama, and meditation, followed by a healthy breakfast. You will then move into lectures on a variety of topics ranging from philosophy, to anatomy, to sequencing, and structure.
In the afternoons you will go deeper into the methodology of the techniques and practice how to teach and better understand them. This is a great opportunity to spend a month with three experienced teacher trainers, including both the founding teachers of Path of Yoga.
An exploration of the classical traditions and their core philosophies, including Hatha, Tantra, and Vinyasa yoga. Learn about where the roots of yoga first took hold and how it has branched into where it is now.
The anatomy of movement and study of the key body systems. You will explore how the body works, and apply this important knowledge in safe and effective practice and teaching.
Daily study and practice of postures and their alignment, adjustments, energetic and health benefits, modifications, and effective teaching cues.
Ancient yogis described and revered the anatomy and potency of the energy body, what lay beyond the physical form. There are many layers to understanding and experiencing prana, this prime life force and how it moves through the Chakras or energetic centers. These teachings are at the very core of what makes yoga such a potent and timeless practice.
The breath is the connection to life and the foundation of all classical Hatha yoga practice. The breath has a profound influence on the nervous system and a deep effect on life quality, both on and off the yoga mat. Many practices will be offered from basic breath awareness to “advanced” pranayama.
You will learn how to use the toolkit offered in the yoga system to create meaningful sequences. A good class is not just anatomically sound but also meaningful on more subtle levels.
Understanding your own mind and its makeup is an important part of being a guide in any practice. The power of meditation is significant. You will study and practice a variety of techniques that are aimed at the development of your own personal meditation practice and being able to hold space when teaching.
A fascinating and practical science of life from ancient India that offers tools to better understand yourself and others therapeutically through the context of the doshas, gunas, and prana.
The necessary skills to confidently lead a yoga class is obviously an important part of taking a teacher training course. There will be plenty of practice teaching: one on one, in small groups, and in front of the whole class coupled with the art and science of teaching and presenting.
Yoga has become a bustling market for teachers and students alike, and there are a number of ways to you can stand out from the crowd and jump start your teaching career. Path of Yoga will show you how.
The 200-hour certificate will be awarded upon completion of all course requirements. This certificate is all you need to immediately apply for your Yoga Alliance RYT200 Certification, a certification recognized worldwide. A detailed 150+ page Training Manual is also included.
We have 3 wonderful courses at Maladhara for 2019, lucky us and lucky you! Our teaching team will be as follows for each course:
Included in the price of the training, there will be an optional day trip on one of the days off. The path of Yoga team will take you on an adventure into the Thai countryside to a place of natural beauty. We're not going to spoil the surprise just yet though.
Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500
Rory is a Scottish yogi, yoga teacher, and yoga therapist in training. He has been teaching around the globe since 2007. Rory has become popular for his wide-ranging knowledge, charisma, humor, and ability to transmit the teachings of Hatha, Kundalini, Tantra, yoga therapy, meditation, and classical eastern philosophy. He has facilitated over 20 yoga teacher trainings and taught on much more for several yoga schools. He is also a senior teacher for Tribe Yoga, Seasonal yoga, and Satyaloka.
Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500
James was born in London and first discovered yoga in 2003, while at Drama School. However, he truly caught the bug a few years later while performing in a Shakespeare production which toured India. His routine of sunrise practices overlooking the rooftops of Udaipur with an old yogi called Prakash sealed the deal. Since completing his 500 hours with Tribe, James has done 200 hours with Max Strom and taken further training with David Swenson, Yogrishi Vishvketu, and Tiffany Cruickshank & continues his studies on advanced trainings with Jason Crandell.
Tara has been exploring movement as medicine for as long as she can remember. Tara's fascination with the body prompted her to delve into Thai massage and extensive anatomy studies. Today, Tara is finishing her professional training of the Feldenkrais Method, a science and art she believes to be an unparalleled approach to functional body / mind union and revelation. She teaches Somatic movement and integrates it into Somatic Yoga, a practice of building asana from its functional architecture. She has also integrated her knowledge into this and now practices her own style of therapeutic massage.
Amy brings a wealth of experience and knowledge, delivered in an accessible and loving manner, a true gem in the teaching team. She has coordinated and assisted in several teacher training programs, has managed the beginners program for a large and well established yoga school and completed over 1500 hours of certified training.
Amritha is a travelling full-time yogini, having been a fervent student, practitioner and instructor since 2008. Initial introduction to Yoga came through the trainings of a 1-month Intensive Yoga in Thailand (2008) and 4 months ashram residential Yogic Studies at Bihar School of Yoga in India (in 2012). Further education and international accreditation of RYA200 were obtained in January 2017 at Matatitu Yoga Ashram in Varkala Kerala India. Amritha teaches Yoga Asana through Hatha and Vinyasa Flow, Pranayama, Meditation, YogaNidra, and the Science of Yoga in history, practice, and philosophy
Emily was born in Ottawa, Canada Before her intro to yoga Emily had already completed a Pilates teacher training through the YMCA and an Anatomy course at Algonquin College in Ottawa 2002. These courses gave her a great wealth of knowledge on body mechanics, beautifully complimenting her yoga training at Kaivalyadhamma in India 2008 which focused heavily on traditional yogic philosophy and history. Emily later studied with Mark Laham in his Yin yoga teacher training program in 2009 where she studied both the mental and physical aspects of a yin practice.
This retreat will take place in Mala Dhara, Chiang Mai. Mala Dhara is 45 minutes from Chiang Mai Airport, in Northern Thailand. It is one of Path of Yoga’s favorite retreat centers and they are really happy to have secured it for your October training.
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Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in the price. The food at Mala Dhara is one of the many jewels in their crown, healthy, fresh, and beautifully prepared onsite, with some even coming from their own organic garden!
During your free time, take the opportunity to explore the surrounding countryside or sample the sumptuous delights of Chiang Mai. Besides that, you can also chill out by the beautiful pool, relax within the picturesque grounds, or take a day trip into Chiang Mai during the weekends.
Chiang Mai International Airport
Transfer not provided
Please book your flight to arrive at Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX).
Mala Dhara Resort is only 40 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport and a taxi will cost around 10 USD.
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