Be one of the first to teach Entrainment Yoga, a unique new Yoga style.
Entrainment Yoga – *certify course in Vancouver
Date: February 20 – March 2, 2014
11 days, 63 hours plus 30 hours of practicum
Tuition Fee: 1,100 US$
The first 10 to register save 300 US$!
and pay: 800 US$
The course is open to anyone that would like to learn the practice of the 7 flows.
*Only 200 and 300 certify yoga teachers will be certify as yoga Entrainment teachers after completing the course and completing 30 hours of teaching Entrainment yoga.
Please wear white yoga cloths during the entire Entrainment course.
The course will take place at:
215 E17th (at Main)
Entrainment Yoga is a creation of Pepe Danza and Shakti Mhi. For an entire year Shakti and Pepe worked together in composing 7 intuitive yoga flows that awakens a balance the 7 Chakras.
The flows are very precise and meditative. Each movement synchronizes with a breath and together they form a pranic dance where stillness and motion unite. Each flow has unique music that composed by Pepe Danza that vibrates the specific chakra and heals the physical body. Following each flow with precision increases concentrations and keeps the mind and the body in the ‘here and now’.
The powerful effect of the each of the 7 flows is felt immediately in elevation of energy in the body and sensation of peace tranquility, openness and lightness.
Entrainment is the tendency for two oscillating bodies to join so they vibrate in harmony. It is also defined as a synchronization of two or more rhythmic cycles. The principle of entrainment is universal, appearing in chemistry, pharmacology, biology, medicine, psychology, sociology, astronomy, architecture and more. The classic example shows individual pulsing heart muscle cells. When they are brought close together, they begin pulsing in synchrony. Another example of the entrainment effect is women who live in the same household often find that their menstrual cycles will coincide.
Entrainment Yoga synchronizes our physical, pranic, mental and blissful bodies to move in harmony and grace.