|9am||Sadhana, Asana, Pranayama and Meditation|
|10:30am – 1:00pm||Lecture/Workshop|
|1:00pm – 2:00pm||Lunch|
|2:00pm – 6:00pm||Lecture/Workshop|
There will be tea breaks in the morning and afternoon. Please note that there will be variations in the schedule, it is subject to change.
Other Programme Info
Come and join us for Ireland’s only intensive Anusara yoga teacher training. This programme gives you a chance to live and breathe yoga, immersed in a peaceful and inspirational setting. To take part requires strong commitment, enthusiasm and stamina from students with a passion for yoga that they want to develop further.
The training takes place over an intense period, covering around 9 hours a day. We plan to work every day with the exception of 2 full days off and 3 half days. Make no mistake, this is an intensive course, but one which is completely transformational!
We will look at the body structures relative to our yoga practice. The focus will be on the skeletal system and the muscular system as well as subtle anatomy. As a yoga teacher it is key that you understand how the body moves optimally. We learn both at a cerebral level and on a kinesthetic level and use this learning and knowledge to ‘see’ our students more clearly.
The intensive nature of the course will be very challenging on a lot of levels. You will be with the group for long hours each day which is great as a support as you can help each other in your understanding of all the new material you are absorbing on a daily basis. Living together harmoniously requires thought and structure.
You must commit to:
- Being responsible
- Looking for the best in everyone including yourself
- Doing your fair share
- Keeping all your personal belongings tidy
During the course of the programme students will be assigned basic household duties to ensure the studio and cabins are in good order.
There will be short ‘empowerment reviews’ as the course progresses but there are no formal exams as such. These tests will show both you and the faculty what you know regarding technical skills and the Universal Principles of Alignment. In this way the tests are really an empowerment tool. The emphasis will be on teaching what you know and teaching it well.
Instead of a formal exam, a process of continuous assessment will run throughout the course. Students must display that they have taken on board any critique and instruction from the director. Towards the end of the course students will teach a class which may be open to the wider yoga community (depending on numbers). This class can be considered the final assessment.
In short, 100% attendance does not guarantee a qualification! We must see ongoing improvement.
8th August – 2nd September 2018
Fee: €4,100 / €3,800 Early Bird offer for bookings up until 1st June 2018
Non-refundable Booking Deposit of €500 required to secure place. Please note – early bird fees must be paid in full by the cut off date or the full fee balance applies.
Includes – all tuition, meals (no meals on half-days) and shared accommodation.
Does not include- flights or transport (although we can collect from Sligo bus and train station if given enough notice) Students must also purchase Anusara Immersion and Teacher Training Manuals and required reading list which will be given on registration.