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Our yoga teacher training offers a non-denominational style of yoga instruction, comprised with the strengths of selected yoga lineages including Yin yoga, Vinyasa flow yoga, Dharma yoga, and Iyengar yoga. Throughout your yoga teacher training you will receive guidance on how to establish yourself as a professional yoga teacher. Classes on the business of yoga are included in the curriculum as is ongoing support. Our residential retreat style program is 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified and limited to 20 students. Allison Eaton and Craig Perkins are the lead instructors for the Hawaii 16-day Yoga teacher Trainings.
Yandara Yoga Institute offers you an immersion into the yogic lifestyle and the path of teaching from the heart. Throughout our yoga teacher training program, you will have the experience of living in community while being surrounded by the healing power of nature. Yandara yoga certification school emphasizes practice and teaching skills, including organizing a class, creating confidence, pranayama, philosophy and making postural corrections. You will learn to teach yoga with precision alignment, emphasizing heart-felt presence. The foundation of each yoga teacher training program is based on our heart-centered Vinyasa Flow Sequences. Our curriculum will enable you to formulate and nurture your own personal teaching style.
The maximum participants in the group is 18.
The southeastern corner of the Big Island is home to the district of Puna, a historical area that offers countless treasures. Bigger than the island of Oahu, Puna is a colorful and culturally distinct enclave of artists, writers, permaculture farmers and a thriving counter culture community. Here you can feel free to slow down, completely unwind and explore the extraordinary abundance: from rain forests and farms blossoming with papayas, mangoes, orchids and macadamia nuts to transcendental lava-lands and truly spectacular coastal views.
The Big Island of Hawaii is a place of diversity and beauty. Rare, endangered plant and animal life, pristine micro-climates - from snow-covered peaks to lava deserts to lush tropical rainforest - the world's most massive mountain (Mauna Loa at 19,000 cubic miles) and tallest from its base (33,000 feet), plus the earth's most active volcano (Kilauea) are some of the awe-inspiring treasures of the island.
Hawaii is the land of tropical fruit and nuts. Our Yandara chefs travel to Hawaii and attend daily the local farmers markets and natural food stores ensuring only freshest organic ingredients are used to create their Hawaiian menu. Special to Hawaii are island grown tropical fruit and nut bowls served at breakfast, macadamia nut pesto with quinoa pasta, sunflower 3 sprout salad with grated Daikon radish, lentil and sweet potato stew and fresh mint iced tea. The fruit bowl overflows 24/7 with island grown papayas, baby bananas, coconuts and pineapple.
Yandara has put together a yogic menu of additional offerings that you may choose to add to enhance or deepen your teacher training experience. While not in class you may choose to explore your astrological birth chart, determine your Ayurvedic constitution, adjust with a chiropractor, relax with a massage and/or align your energy and heal with Reiki.
Please note, however, the additional offerings are subject to professional availability and space is also limited. Sign up for services begins the second day of training. Fees are payable at the end of training with cash, credit/debit card or paypal.