18 October - 14 November 2020 - Early bird discount of US $300 till 18 st August 2020
This training will fill out fast, spaces are limited
This is a new opportunity in the world of therapeutic Yoga and healing!
Yoga is currently more popular than it has ever been before, however when Yoga is mentioned many people think of Asana (postures) and flexibility when in fact, it’s so much more.
Tragically, many Western students of Yoga never get the full benefit of the art of yoga, as they often rely on ‘watered down’ approaches meant for the mass-market. The students become bored easily and move from class to class searching for something more meaningful.
This not only deprives Yoga students of an authentic and rewarding experience, it also keeps you, the teacher, from growing and reaching the heights of your art.
Our goal is to help spread the most authentic Yoga practices for their original purpose.
The 300 hour Yoga Alliance Accredited Certification is the advanced level of training for those who have already completed 200 hours of training with The Yoga Alliance.
Most yoga teachers care about their students and want to create a safe environment for your students.
If you are like me, you have the sense of responsibility that you need to keep your students safe.
The more you have experience teaching, the more you realize that what we have learned in your level 1 yoga teacher training doesn’t fits-all.
Have you ever worried that the asana sequence you have created might not be appropriate and even injure some of your students?
How can you keep competition-free and ensure that all your students feel that they are valued participants in the class?
Satisfying all your students requires more creativity and knowledge on your part. I have created our level 2 yoga pranala program so that you can teach with confidence.
Linda Madani created our level 2 yoga pranala program so that you can teach with confidence.
This training is for teachers that are more interested in the healing part of yoga rather than the fitness aspect.
During this training will cover all the different physical problems comprehensively that we as yoga teacher encounter in our classroom so to avoid injury and give our students some release.
The training, which is just 30 days in duration, takes place in Ubud, Bali and comes complete with:
Anatomy & physiology: Deep insights into the inner workings of the human body
Applied anatomy: the practical application of anatomical knowledge in diagnosis and treatment
Asana: understanding the benefits and putting them into practice.
Sanskrit names of postures and pronunciation
Structural alignment/postural integration: advanced methodology
Prop usage: Using physical props to support postural understanding and enhance benefit of pose (how you can use props to facilitate healing.)
Meditation: How meditation fits in with the system of Yoga and how to teach/use it.
Ayurveda: deepen your knowledge learned in Level 1 of this science of health and medicine; its principles and practices.
Anatomy of the subtle body: Chakras, Pranas, Nadis – and how these unseen energy structures play a role in our health in regards to therapy.
Marmar points: According to Ayurveda tradition, learn to locate and stimulate these energy points to facilitate much deeper healing.
Restorative: how to teach restorative
Pranayama: learn to interpret breathing patterns and provide practices to correct and improve physical condition
Mudra pranala: study the second level of this Balinese healing system and learn to support your students in their healing journey
Vedic healing chants/mantras: proper recitation of chants and mantras can transform energy in different areas of the body as well as improve concentration, memory and focus
Yoga philosophy: Theory and applied.
Philosophy: The broader set of Vedic ideas that have influenced the development of modern yoga.
You will have already completed Yoga Pranala Intensive Teacher 200 hours .
If you have completed a 200 hour program through a comparable school you will also be required to participate in a Yoga Pranala program 1 week before the training
join a Yoga Pranala Retreat as prerequisite before the training. During this retreat you will receive the passage of knowledge of Mudra Pranala Level 1. They are two retreats scheduled in 2018: May 6-12 and December 9-15, in Ubud, Bali.
Prior to the training you will be required to perform a Pranayama assignment and to read the following five books as well as submit reports.
Nālandā is located in Penestanan Kelod, 5 minutes walking distance from the accommodation, and is our new sister-school.
The place boasts a lush garden with temple sights, high-ceiling wooden-floored consecrated studio space with wood carved details, a jungle view and river access.
The venue’s capacity is to host up to 50 people at once and it is the ideal location for our yoga practice.
Linda Madani E-RYT500 is an inspired spiritual healer and yoga teacher. She has been living and practicing yoga on Bali since 1995, studying Pranala with respected Balinese healer Tjokorda Gde Rai. Linda is a highly experienced teacher with students from throughout the world. She is registered yoga teacher with the International Yoga Alliance, a certified yoga therapist in both India and the USA and a member of the International Yoga Therapist Association. Linda teaches throughout Asia and regularly leads yoga retreats on Bali. She is the owner and director of Intuitive Flow, Sanctuary for Yoga and Healing in Penestanan, Ubud, Bali where welcomes people with an open heart and shares the teachings and blessings she has received with much joy.
Dr. Sujatha Kekada is a certified Ayurvedic Dr. (B.A.M.S), who completed her degree in Karnataka, India. Dr. Kekada has worked as an Ayurvedic Doctor in one of the most respected and successful clinics in Kerala, South India. She has also practiced as a consultant in Europe and at one of the top health retreats in Asia-Como Shambala. She is the Co-Founder & Chief Physician of Amrta Siddhi, an Ayurveda & Yoga Health Centre located on the outskirts of Ubud, in the hills of Central Bali.
Savitri Talahatu E-RYT500, RPYT, RCYT is a Bali born inter-disciplinary yoga teacher, and experienced labour & post-partum doula. She taught for a few years at Yoga Pranala Intensive 200-hour teachers’ training program from its inception. Savitri has been teaching at other yoga teachers’ training programs, yoga festivals & conferences, and yoga & wellness retreats internationally.
After having lived in Toronto for 25 years, Savitri moved back to Bali in 2015 as a wellness director of a resort. She currently curates and facilitates yoga & wellness retreats for wellness resorts in Ubud. Other than being a teacher, Savitri is also a holistic wellness and spiritual lifestyle coach. She is passionate about empowering people to choose life-affirming lifestyle and inspiring them to find their own gateway to wholeness.
During the 300 Hour Yoga Pranala Intensive Training, Savitri will be teaching Prenatal Yoga
In this training, we will give you tools that you can use hands-on to bring your students back in balance. In level one, we learn pranala as self-healing technique, in level 2 you will learn how to use pranala to relieve your students from back and neck pain.
With Anouk, We will go much deeper into the art of adjustment to create freedom, ease, space and comfort in a pose. You’ll have a deeper understanding of why, when and how to adjust the students. We will also review the principles alignment of the postures, so you understand why a student needs one kind of adjustment rather than another one.
Dr. Sujatha will initiate you herself in marma therapy is an ancient Indian practice whose focus is the manipulation of subtle energy (prana) in the body to support the healing process. Marma therapy works on 107 points in the body which are considered to be access points to body, mind, and consciousness.
We will review pranayama with Anouk, and we will go more in depth in our practice of pranayama with Emil. When we understand breath as life force, there is a connection between controlling your breathing and controlling your life force.
Many women start yoga when they are pregnant and can it can be stressful to have a pregnant woman in the class that is why we have invited Savitri who is experience yoga teacher but as well a doula. She will explain to you how you can give modifications to your pregnant student
The 500 RYT designation with Yoga Alliance is recognized and in-demand internationally.
I have personally taught to hundreds of Yoga instructors from around the world, many of whom have gone on to expand their teaching careers as a result of this training.
I want to make the same thing possible for you.
Selected applicants will be contacted and admitted within 1 week.
To your success,