Join this 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training program directed by Jonas Westring, team Shantaya, and specialized faculty Carlos Pomeda and Balaram Chandra. This program consists of three individual 100-hour modules that form a complete 36-day intensive 300-hour program. All modules are established in a regular steady rhythm of pranayama, kriya, meditation, and asana.
You will be staying in either private or shared rooms.
The training will be held at Amaravati Ashram in Mae Rim, 20 kilometers north of Chiang Mai. This beautiful spacious venue is located on top of a hill with panoramic mountain views and built with high standard according to traditional vastu (principles of design, layout, measurements, ground preparation, space arrangement, spatial geometry). The ashram is a suitable venue for yoga studies and easily reached from Chiang Mai city / airport (and is located next door to the Four Seasons Resort).
The three individual 100-hour modules that form a complete 36-day intensive 300-hour program are:
Between each module there are two free days that are not included in the course package fees. There will be an option to stay at the Amaravati Ashram during these nights (for a fee) or move somewhere else nearby in Mae Rim or Chiang Mai (all price ranges available) to have easy access to other things. Keep options open and don’t choose this now, but during the course.
For more information, ask your questions directly to Shantaya Yoga and Bodywork School, who will be happy to assist you. Simply click on the Send Inquiry button to send a message.
Jonas Westring was trained as a physiotherapist in his native Sweden and is also a licensed Physical Therapist in the United States. Jonas has personal experience in many yoga styles, and especially Iyengar Yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa. He is the founder-director of Shantaya Yoga & Bodywork School based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. When not at his home in Chiang Mai, Jonas teaches and travels worldwide sharing the essence of yoga, bio-mechanics and therapeutics with precision, clarity and joy.
He received formal, traditional training in yoga during almost 18 years as a monk of the Sarasvati order, 9 of which he spent in India, in the Siddha Yoga Ashram, studying under the guidance of Swami Muktananda and Gurumayi Chidvilasananda. He learned the various systems of Indian philosophy, immersed himself in the practice of yoga and became one of the senior teaching monks of the tradition – teaching meditation and philosophy to tens of thousands of students around the world.
Balarama Chandra Das
Balarama Chandra currently focuses his professional practice on Ayurvedic psychology and habit reformation through positive expression and the simple means of yoga, breath, and diet.
Three daily and healthy vegetarian meals are included in this packages. It covers a variety of Indian, ayurvedic, Thai, and fusion.
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