Jojn us in a beautiful retreat, in the heart of the woods, near Prague.

The retreat is part of a teacher training course, so that if you only want to enjoy a yoga vacation, without the studying, you can do it.

 

Place: SKLENÁŘKA (near Prague, Czech Republic) click here for the official website>>

You can either join us for up to 14 days, starting September 22nd.

 

Daily schedule:

  • 7:00 yoga class
  • 9:00 breakfast
  • 10:00 a workshop
  • 14:00 lunch
  • 17:00 yoga class
  • 19:00 dinner
  • 20:30 meditation
  • (classes are optional)

 

The prices includes: 

  • Accommodation (rooms of 8-10 people, there an option for camping)
  • 3 vegetarian meals a day
  • yoga classes
  • workshops

Flights and transportation are not included.

 

Additional services:

Laundry (for a symbolic price, in place)

Extra food buying – once a week

Transportation from Prague to the retreat – price TBD, according to the number of people, please mention it in your request.

 

Prices:

1 day – 150 euro

1 week – 600 euro

2 weeks – 950 euro

 

In order to register, please send us your full details (name, address, phone number) to our email: info@pranayogacollege.com

and we’ll get back to you with more information.

We’ll be happy to have you with us!

 

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Yes! You Can Afford!

Low Cost – High Standards

Yoga Teacher Training

2,100 euro (all inclusive)

For many years Shakti and Pepe’s wish has been to provide free yoga classes to all, and open the door for many people to experience the benefits of yoga without hesitation due to economic factors. This idea always looked almost impossible in the modern world where money is the dominant force, but after Shakti and Pepe moved to Israel they decided that maybe they can find a model that will work well with their wish. One thing was clear to them: they cannot do this on their own… they will need a community to support this model.

To complete their vision of sharing the wisdom of yoga with those that truly want to experience it, Pepe and Shakti put all their efforts in reducing the cost of their teacher training courses while keeping their high standards. Their hope is that most anyone will be able to afford their comprehensive courses, either for deepening their knowledge of yoga, or to become teachers and share this knowledge throughout the world.

(to read the full vision of Shakti & Pepe, please click here >>)

 

Prana Yoga College International  is pleased to offer our one month intensive Yoga Teacher Training Program in SKLENÁŘKA, Czech Republic.

 

Place: SKLENÁŘKA (near Prague, Czech Republic) click here for the official website>>

Dates: September 22 – October 21, 2014

Teachers : Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza (click to read more about them)

Language: English

Testimonials: click here to read or watch

 

Tuition Fee:

The tuition fee includes:

  • the teacher training
  • study manual
  • accommodation (room of 8 or 10 people)
  • 3 meals a day (vegetarian)

 

Regular tuition fee: 3,500 euro (4,900 US$)

Special fee for the first 8 to register: 2,100 euro (2,950 US$)

* If you want to join us on the retreat and save your place, please use the “Register and pay now” form below (the billing is through PayPal, no username needed)

* The payment on the website is in US$, if you want to pay with euros, please send us your paypal account, and we’ll send you an invoice in euros.

 

The course is recognized by Yoga Alliance

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Daily Schedule:

  • 7 AM: yoga class
  • 9 AM: breakfast
  • 10 AM: study
  • 2 PM: lunch
  • 5 PM: yoga class
  • 7 PM: dinner
  • 8:30 PM: meditation

Shakti talks about Prana Yoga College teacher training program:

 

Program Subjects:

Anatomy And Physiology

shakti is very passionate about the anatomy and physiology of Yoga. Through her years of teaching she has created unique ways to deliver the information and help her students deepen their interest in this fascinating and very important component of Yoga Teacher training. You will never hear her using complicated explanations or daunting medical terminology that make your eyes cross. You will however, see lots of PowerPoint presentations as well as hands-on demonstrations of how the body functions inside and out.

Asanas /Postures

Classic hatha postures are taught in precise detail. For each posture students are encouraged to understand the human anatomy, safety precautions and variations of each posture. Learn to move through the postures of yoga with grace and control. Gain the skills to pass these details on to your students. Learn how to modify postures for different needs and body types. Teach with wisdom and compassion.

Variations

The art of teaching yoga is knowing the different variations for the asanas (Yoga poses). By offering the right variation to the right student, you prevent the beginners from hurting themselves and help the more advanced Yogis and Yoginis to still be challenged. By doing so you create a very rich teaching that suits all Yoga students regardless of their abilities. The various Yoga asanas and their multiple variations will be deconstructed and demonstrated in detail.

Building Flows

If individual asanas (postures) make up the vocabulary of yoga, then flows are the sentences and the stories of yoga. You will learn to choose the story you wish to tell your students, a story that is ultimately about themselves. Learn to lead yoga classes that flow like poetry.

Zen Meditation

Dropping one’s ego is fundamental to teaching yoga. Zen practice greatly helps the yoga teacher step out of his or her shell and adapt to whatever circumstances present themselves. Thus, teaching comes “from the floor” and not from a script in one’s head.

History and Philosophy

An understanding of the evolution of yoga through the millennia aids tremendously in understanding the contemporary practice. Yoga has had a varied and colourful history and has influenced and been influenced by wide-ranging philosophies and world-views. No less colourful are the people who have practiced and taught yoga from Siva and Patanjali to the “yoga celebrities” of the 21st century.

Hands-on Teaching

One of the most critical of the teaching modalities is the practical hands on approach to correcting the postures. Proper adjustment is often critical for maintaining safety of the student. It also allows for taking the more advanced students to the next level of their abilities.

Body Language Communication

Approximately 90% of human communication is non-verbal. The ability to read body language effectively is important to assess the students’ level of attention, state of mind and their level of physical comfort. Many students allow their egos to push them beyond their abilities and knowing their limitations. Learning the skills to anticipate behaviour before it happens is an important tool in maintaining safety and cohesiveness of the Yoga class.

Multi-Sensory Teaching

Recognizing the fact that people absorb information differently, we give the students tools to convey the instructions in a variety of ways to achieve the desired results. We teach how to recognize students who absorb information primarily verbally, visually or kinesthetically.

Pranayama

Breath is the foundation of all yoga practice. Our life starts and ends with one breath and in between life unfolds itself through our breath. There is a great emphasis in our course on breathing and on how breath can be used to cultivate prana (life force) as a bridge to our higher self.

Shat Karma

Shat Karma is an ancient cleansing method that keeps both the mind and body healthy. Workshops are offered during the program; which give students a strong foundation to learn about Shat Karma methods in a safe environment with emphasis on how they can incorporate it in their lives in a practical way.

Small, Interactive, Dynamic, Multimedia Environment

There is no one way to teach yoga. The instructions you learn will evolve through your own experiences and the shared experiences of your group. Just as yoga students learn in different ways, so do yoga teachers. Thus, the Yoga Teacher Training is blend of interactive discussions, hands-on teaching, active analysis of yoga classes, and multimedia presentations.

 

Photos of Sklenarka:

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Tel Aviv, Israel, November 2nd – December 4th, 2014

Teacher : Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza

Language: English

Prana Yoga Teacher College International  is pleased to offer our one month intensive Yoga Teacher Training Program in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Hours: Sunday, Monday. Wednesday, 9:00 – 17:00; Tuesday, Thursday 12:00-19:00

(Please note that you will need to prepare your teaching on Friday and Saturday for the week, so keep these 2 days available)

 

Tuition Fee: 3,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 3,894$

Register until July 31st and save 1,180$!

and pay only 2,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 2,714$

 

 mivza-en

The course will take place in a new yoga college Shakti and Pepe are opening in the center of Tel Aviv, the adress:

52nd, Hovevei Tsiyon St. Tel Aviv

Language

Please note that this course will be taught in English and the course manual will be in English.

Accommodation

The tuition fee does not include accommodation.

If needed, we can help you find accommodations in Tel Aviv.

Please check this link www.hostels.com/tel-aviv/israel and see if you can find something you like.

Most of the places do not allow to book a whole month online. So make a list of the places you like and the college office in tel Aviv will confirm the dates for you.

 

Program Subjects:

Anatomy And Physiology

shakti is very passionate about the anatomy and physiology of Yoga. Through her years of teaching she has created unique ways to deliver the information and help her students deepen their interest in this fascinating and very important component of Yoga Teacher training. You will never hear her using complicated explanations or daunting medical terminology that make your eyes cross. You will however, see lots of PowerPoint presentations as well as hands-on demonstrations of how the body functions inside and out.

Asanas /Postures

Classic hatha postures are taught in precise detail. For each posture students are encouraged to understand the human anatomy, safety precautions and variations of each posture. Learn to move through the postures of yoga with grace and control. Gain the skills to pass these details on to your students. Learn how to modify postures for different needs and body types. Teach with wisdom and compassion.

Variations

The art of teaching yoga is knowing the different variations for the asanas (Yoga poses). By offering the right variation to the right student, you prevent the beginners from hurting themselves and help the more advanced Yogis and Yoginis to still be challenged. By doing so you create a very rich teaching that suits all Yoga students regardless of their abilities. The various Yoga asanas and their multiple variations will be deconstructed and demonstrated in detail.

Building Flows

If individual asanas (postures) make up the vocabulary of yoga, then flows are the sentences and the stories of yoga. You will learn to choose the story you wish to tell your students, a story that is ultimately about themselves. Learn to lead yoga classes that flow like poetry.

Zen Meditation

Dropping one’s ego is fundamental to teaching yoga. Zen practice greatly helps the yoga teacher step out of his or her shell and adapt to whatever circumstances present themselves. Thus, teaching comes “from the floor” and not from a script in one’s head.

History and Philosophy

An understanding of the evolution of yoga through the millennia aids tremendously in understanding the contemporary practice. Yoga has had a varied and colourful history and has influenced and been influenced by wide-ranging philosophies and world-views. No less colourful are the people who have practiced and taught yoga from Siva and Patanjali to the “yoga celebrities” of the 21st century.

Hands-on Teaching

One of the most critical of the teaching modalities is the practical hands on approach to correcting the postures. Proper adjustment is often critical for maintaining safety of the student. It also allows for taking the more advanced students to the next level of their abilities.

Body Language Communication

Approximately 90% of human communication is non-verbal. The ability to read body language effectively is important to assess the students’ level of attention, state of mind and their level of physical comfort. Many students allow their egos to push them beyond their abilities and knowing their limitations. Learning the skills to anticipate behaviour before it happens is an important tool in maintaining safety and cohesiveness of the Yoga class.

Multi-Sensory Teaching

Recognizing the fact that people absorb information differently, we give the students tools to convey the instructions in a variety of ways to achieve the desired results. We teach how to recognize students who absorb information primarily verbally, visually or kinesthetically.

Pranayama

Breath is the foundation of all yoga practice. Our life starts and ends with one breath and in between life unfolds itself through our breath. There is a great emphasis in our course on breathing and on how breath can be used to cultivate prana (life force) as a bridge to our higher self.

Shat Karma

Shat Karma is an ancient cleansing method that keeps both the mind and body healthy. Workshops are offered during the program; which give students a strong foundation to learn about Shat Karma methods in a safe environment with emphasis on how they can incorporate it in their lives in a practical way.

Small, Interactive, Dynamic, Multimedia Environment

There is no one way to teach yoga. The instructions you learn will evolve through your own experiences and the shared experiences of your group. Just as yoga students learn in different ways, so do yoga teachers. Thus, the Yoga Teacher Training is blend of interactive discussions, hands-on teaching, active analysis of yoga classes, and multimedia presentations.

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Tel Aviv, Israel, December 28 (2014) – January 29 (2015)

Teacher : Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza

Language: English

Prana Yoga Teacher College International  is pleased to offer our one month intensive Yoga Teacher Training Program in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Hours: Sunday, Monday. Wednesday, 9:00 – 17:00; Tuesday, Thursday 12:00-19:00

(Please note that you will need to prepare your teaching on Friday and Saturday for the week, so keep these 2 days available)

 

Tuition Fee: 3,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 3,894$

Register until September 30 and save 1,180$!

and pay only 2,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 2,714$

The course will take place in Shakti and Pepe’s yoga center in Tel Aviv, the address:

52nd, Hovevei Tsiyon St. Tel Aviv

Language

Please note that this course will be taught in English and the course manual will be in English.

Accommodation

The tuition fee does not include accommodation.

If needed, we can help you find accommodations in Tel Aviv.

Please check this link www.hostels.com/tel-aviv/israel and see if you can find something you like.

Most of the places do not allow to book a whole month online. So make a list of the places you like and the college office in tel Aviv will confirm the dates for you.

 

Program Subjects:

Anatomy And Physiology

shakti is very passionate about the anatomy and physiology of Yoga. Through her years of teaching she has created unique ways to deliver the information and help her students deepen their interest in this fascinating and very important component of Yoga Teacher training. You will never hear her using complicated explanations or daunting medical terminology that make your eyes cross. You will however, see lots of PowerPoint presentations as well as hands-on demonstrations of how the body functions inside and out.

Asanas /Postures

Classic hatha postures are taught in precise detail. For each posture students are encouraged to understand the human anatomy, safety precautions and variations of each posture. Learn to move through the postures of yoga with grace and control. Gain the skills to pass these details on to your students. Learn how to modify postures for different needs and body types. Teach with wisdom and compassion.

Variations

The art of teaching yoga is knowing the different variations for the asanas (Yoga poses). By offering the right variation to the right student, you prevent the beginners from hurting themselves and help the more advanced Yogis and Yoginis to still be challenged. By doing so you create a very rich teaching that suits all Yoga students regardless of their abilities. The various Yoga asanas and their multiple variations will be deconstructed and demonstrated in detail.

Building Flows

If individual asanas (postures) make up the vocabulary of yoga, then flows are the sentences and the stories of yoga. You will learn to choose the story you wish to tell your students, a story that is ultimately about themselves. Learn to lead yoga classes that flow like poetry.

Zen Meditation

Dropping one’s ego is fundamental to teaching yoga. Zen practice greatly helps the yoga teacher step out of his or her shell and adapt to whatever circumstances present themselves. Thus, teaching comes “from the floor” and not from a script in one’s head.

History and Philosophy

An understanding of the evolution of yoga through the millennia aids tremendously in understanding the contemporary practice. Yoga has had a varied and colourful history and has influenced and been influenced by wide-ranging philosophies and world-views. No less colourful are the people who have practiced and taught yoga from Siva and Patanjali to the “yoga celebrities” of the 21st century.

Hands-on Teaching

One of the most critical of the teaching modalities is the practical hands on approach to correcting the postures. Proper adjustment is often critical for maintaining safety of the student. It also allows for taking the more advanced students to the next level of their abilities.

Body Language Communication

Approximately 90% of human communication is non-verbal. The ability to read body language effectively is important to assess the students’ level of attention, state of mind and their level of physical comfort. Many students allow their egos to push them beyond their abilities and knowing their limitations. Learning the skills to anticipate behaviour before it happens is an important tool in maintaining safety and cohesiveness of the Yoga class.

Multi-Sensory Teaching

Recognizing the fact that people absorb information differently, we give the students tools to convey the instructions in a variety of ways to achieve the desired results. We teach how to recognize students who absorb information primarily verbally, visually or kinesthetically.

Pranayama

Breath is the foundation of all yoga practice. Our life starts and ends with one breath and in between life unfolds itself through our breath. There is a great emphasis in our course on breathing and on how breath can be used to cultivate prana (life force) as a bridge to our higher self.

Shat Karma

Shat Karma is an ancient cleansing method that keeps both the mind and body healthy. Workshops are offered during the program; which give students a strong foundation to learn about Shat Karma methods in a safe environment with emphasis on how they can incorporate it in their lives in a practical way.

Small, Interactive, Dynamic, Multimedia Environment

There is no one way to teach yoga. The instructions you learn will evolve through your own experiences and the shared experiences of your group. Just as yoga students learn in different ways, so do yoga teachers. Thus, the Yoga Teacher Training is blend of interactive discussions, hands-on teaching, active analysis of yoga classes, and multimedia presentations.

Register and pay now with credit card by paypal (no paypal user is needed)

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Tel Aviv, Israel, February 15 – March 19, 2015

Teachers : Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza

 

Prana Yoga Teacher College International  is pleased to offer our one month intensive Yoga Teacher Training Program in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Hours: Sunday, Monday. Wednesday, 9:00 – 17:00; Tuesday, Thursday 12:00-19:00

(Please note that you will need to prepare your teaching on Friday and Saturday for the week, so keep these 2 days available)

 

The course is certified by Yoga Alliance

Logo-yoga-alliance

Testimonials: click here to read or watch

 

Shakti talks about Prana Yoga College teacher training program:

 

 

 

Tuition Fee: 3,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 3,894$

Register until October 31st and save 1,180$!

and pay only 2,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 2,714$

The course will take place in Shakti and Pepe’s yoga center in Tel Aviv, the address:

52nd, Hovevei Tsiyon St. Tel Aviv

Language

Please note that this course will be taught in English and the course manual will be in English.

Accommodation

The tuition fee does not include accommodation.

If needed, we can help you find accommodations in Tel Aviv.

Please check this link www.hostels.com/tel-aviv/israel and see if you can find something you like.

Most of the places do not allow to book a whole month online. So make a list of the places you like and the college office in tel Aviv will confirm the dates for you.

 

Program Subjects:

Anatomy And Physiology

shakti is very passionate about the anatomy and physiology of Yoga. Through her years of teaching she has created unique ways to deliver the information and help her students deepen their interest in this fascinating and very important component of Yoga Teacher training. You will never hear her using complicated explanations or daunting medical terminology that make your eyes cross. You will however, see lots of PowerPoint presentations as well as hands-on demonstrations of how the body functions inside and out.

Asanas /Postures

Classic hatha postures are taught in precise detail. For each posture students are encouraged to understand the human anatomy, safety precautions and variations of each posture. Learn to move through the postures of yoga with grace and control. Gain the skills to pass these details on to your students. Learn how to modify postures for different needs and body types. Teach with wisdom and compassion.

Variations

The art of teaching yoga is knowing the different variations for the asanas (Yoga poses). By offering the right variation to the right student, you prevent the beginners from hurting themselves and help the more advanced Yogis and Yoginis to still be challenged. By doing so you create a very rich teaching that suits all Yoga students regardless of their abilities. The various Yoga asanas and their multiple variations will be deconstructed and demonstrated in detail.

Building Flows

If individual asanas (postures) make up the vocabulary of yoga, then flows are the sentences and the stories of yoga. You will learn to choose the story you wish to tell your students, a story that is ultimately about themselves. Learn to lead yoga classes that flow like poetry.

Zen Meditation

Dropping one’s ego is fundamental to teaching yoga. Zen practice greatly helps the yoga teacher step out of his or her shell and adapt to whatever circumstances present themselves. Thus, teaching comes “from the floor” and not from a script in one’s head.

History and Philosophy

An understanding of the evolution of yoga through the millennia aids tremendously in understanding the contemporary practice. Yoga has had a varied and colourful history and has influenced and been influenced by wide-ranging philosophies and world-views. No less colourful are the people who have practiced and taught yoga from Siva and Patanjali to the “yoga celebrities” of the 21st century.

Hands-on Teaching

One of the most critical of the teaching modalities is the practical hands on approach to correcting the postures. Proper adjustment is often critical for maintaining safety of the student. It also allows for taking the more advanced students to the next level of their abilities.

Body Language Communication

Approximately 90% of human communication is non-verbal. The ability to read body language effectively is important to assess the students’ level of attention, state of mind and their level of physical comfort. Many students allow their egos to push them beyond their abilities and knowing their limitations. Learning the skills to anticipate behaviour before it happens is an important tool in maintaining safety and cohesiveness of the Yoga class.

Multi-Sensory Teaching

Recognizing the fact that people absorb information differently, we give the students tools to convey the instructions in a variety of ways to achieve the desired results. We teach how to recognize students who absorb information primarily verbally, visually or kinesthetically.

Pranayama

Breath is the foundation of all yoga practice. Our life starts and ends with one breath and in between life unfolds itself through our breath. There is a great emphasis in our course on breathing and on how breath can be used to cultivate prana (life force) as a bridge to our higher self.

Shat Karma

Shat Karma is an ancient cleansing method that keeps both the mind and body healthy. Workshops are offered during the program; which give students a strong foundation to learn about Shat Karma methods in a safe environment with emphasis on how they can incorporate it in their lives in a practical way.

Small, Interactive, Dynamic, Multimedia Environment

There is no one way to teach yoga. The instructions you learn will evolve through your own experiences and the shared experiences of your group. Just as yoga students learn in different ways, so do yoga teachers. Thus, the Yoga Teacher Training is blend of interactive discussions, hands-on teaching, active analysis of yoga classes, and multimedia presentations.

Register and pay now with credit card by paypal (no paypal user is needed)

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Tel Aviv, Israel, April 12 – May 14, 2015

Teachers : Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza

 

Prana Yoga Teacher College International  is pleased to offer our one month intensive Yoga Teacher Training Program in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Hours: Sunday, Monday. Wednesday, 9:00 – 17:00; Tuesday, Thursday 12:00-19:00

(Please note that you will need to prepare your teaching on Friday and Saturday for the week, so keep these 2 days available)

 

The course is certified by Yoga Alliance

Logo-yoga-alliance

Testimonials: click here to read or watch

Shakti talks about Prana Yoga College teacher training program:

 

 

 

Tuition Fee: 3,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 3,894$

Register until January 31st 2015, and save 1,180$!

and pay only 2,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 2,714$

The course will take place in Shakti and Pepe’s yoga center in Tel Aviv, the address:

52nd, Hovevei Tsiyon St. Tel Aviv

Language

Please note that this course will be taught in English and the course manual will be in English.

Accommodation

The tuition fee does not include accommodation.

If needed, we can help you find accommodations in Tel Aviv.

Please check this link www.hostels.com/tel-aviv/israel and see if you can find something you like.

Most of the places do not allow to book a whole month online. So make a list of the places you like and the college office in tel Aviv will confirm the dates for you.

 

Program Subjects:

Anatomy And Physiology

shakti is very passionate about the anatomy and physiology of Yoga. Through her years of teaching she has created unique ways to deliver the information and help her students deepen their interest in this fascinating and very important component of Yoga Teacher training. You will never hear her using complicated explanations or daunting medical terminology that make your eyes cross. You will however, see lots of PowerPoint presentations as well as hands-on demonstrations of how the body functions inside and out.

Asanas /Postures

Classic hatha postures are taught in precise detail. For each posture students are encouraged to understand the human anatomy, safety precautions and variations of each posture. Learn to move through the postures of yoga with grace and control. Gain the skills to pass these details on to your students. Learn how to modify postures for different needs and body types. Teach with wisdom and compassion.

Variations

The art of teaching yoga is knowing the different variations for the asanas (Yoga poses). By offering the right variation to the right student, you prevent the beginners from hurting themselves and help the more advanced Yogis and Yoginis to still be challenged. By doing so you create a very rich teaching that suits all Yoga students regardless of their abilities. The various Yoga asanas and their multiple variations will be deconstructed and demonstrated in detail.

Building Flows

If individual asanas (postures) make up the vocabulary of yoga, then flows are the sentences and the stories of yoga. You will learn to choose the story you wish to tell your students, a story that is ultimately about themselves. Learn to lead yoga classes that flow like poetry.

Zen Meditation

Dropping one’s ego is fundamental to teaching yoga. Zen practice greatly helps the yoga teacher step out of his or her shell and adapt to whatever circumstances present themselves. Thus, teaching comes “from the floor” and not from a script in one’s head.

History and Philosophy

An understanding of the evolution of yoga through the millennia aids tremendously in understanding the contemporary practice. Yoga has had a varied and colourful history and has influenced and been influenced by wide-ranging philosophies and world-views. No less colourful are the people who have practiced and taught yoga from Siva and Patanjali to the “yoga celebrities” of the 21st century.

Hands-on Teaching

One of the most critical of the teaching modalities is the practical hands on approach to correcting the postures. Proper adjustment is often critical for maintaining safety of the student. It also allows for taking the more advanced students to the next level of their abilities.

Body Language Communication

Approximately 90% of human communication is non-verbal. The ability to read body language effectively is important to assess the students’ level of attention, state of mind and their level of physical comfort. Many students allow their egos to push them beyond their abilities and knowing their limitations. Learning the skills to anticipate behaviour before it happens is an important tool in maintaining safety and cohesiveness of the Yoga class.

Multi-Sensory Teaching

Recognizing the fact that people absorb information differently, we give the students tools to convey the instructions in a variety of ways to achieve the desired results. We teach how to recognize students who absorb information primarily verbally, visually or kinesthetically.

Pranayama

Breath is the foundation of all yoga practice. Our life starts and ends with one breath and in between life unfolds itself through our breath. There is a great emphasis in our course on breathing and on how breath can be used to cultivate prana (life force) as a bridge to our higher self.

Shat Karma

Shat Karma is an ancient cleansing method that keeps both the mind and body healthy. Workshops are offered during the program; which give students a strong foundation to learn about Shat Karma methods in a safe environment with emphasis on how they can incorporate it in their lives in a practical way.

Small, Interactive, Dynamic, Multimedia Environment

There is no one way to teach yoga. The instructions you learn will evolve through your own experiences and the shared experiences of your group. Just as yoga students learn in different ways, so do yoga teachers. Thus, the Yoga Teacher Training is blend of interactive discussions, hands-on teaching, active analysis of yoga classes, and multimedia presentations.

 

Register and pay now with credit card by paypal (no paypal user is needed)

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Tel Aviv, Israel, May 24 – July 9, 2015

Teacher : Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza

Language: English

Prana Yoga Teacher College International  is pleased to offer advanced training to yoga teachers who have already completed a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Program with us or another recognized school.

Hours: will be published later

Tuition Fee: 4,700$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 5,546$

The first 10 to register save 1,652$!

and pay: 3,300$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 3,894$

The next 5 to register save 944$!

and pay: 3,900$ (+18% VAT) | subtotal: 4,602$

 

The course will take place in a new yoga college Shakti and Pepe are opening in the center of Tel Aviv, the adress:

52nd, Hovevei Tsiyon St. Tel Aviv

Language

Please note that this course will be taught in English and the course manual will be in English.

Accommodation

The tuition fee does not include accommodation.

If needed, we can help you find accommodations in Tel Aviv.

Please check this link www.hostels.com/tel-aviv/israel and see if you can find something you like.

Most of the places do not allow to book a whole month online. So make a list of the places you like and the college office in tel Aviv will confirm the dates for you.

 

Program Subjects:

  • Restorative Yoga Training
  • The Five Tibetan Exercises
  • Shivambu (Urine Therapy)
  • Voice Power Workshop
  • Pranayama
  • Meditation Revelations
  • Advanced Pranayama
  • Entrainment
  • Spiritual intimacy
  • Healing Sounds
  • Zen Meditation
  • Liver Cleanse
  • Daily yoga classes
  • Karma Yoga

Spiritual Intimacy

HOW TO BE IN A RELATIONSHIP WHILE WALKING ON THE SPIRITUAL PATH

Intimacy and passion are what most people wish to keep throughout their relationship. However, they are the first thing we let slip between our fingertips because it takes a conscious effort to nourish them. Intimacy and passion demand attention and awareness, the same two disciplines required for practicing meditation. Spiritual people will often put so much effort into the practice and discipline of a daily meditation, so why not have your love relationship practiced with the same care?… Make your relationship your meditation and your lover the focus of your concentration.

Entrainment Yoga

 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 that vibrates the specific chakra healing 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.

Restorative yoga

Restorative yoga is a powerful healing practice that regulates the nervous system by slowing down the system, naturally relaxing both the mind and body. It is a simple, gentle yoga practice that reaches a wide range of people in their health and abilities.
In this interactive, experiential course you will learn:
• The effects of stress and how it relates to restorative practice
• Introduction of restorative yoga, its benefits & approach
• Gentle postures and flows that naturally induce a state of relaxation and restoration
• How to effectively support the body in each posture with props
• How to increase health in the body, allowing people with injuries, stress or chronic pain to regulate
• Restorative Yoga as a standalone practice
• Restorative Yoga postures that can be effectively integrated into Hatha Yoga Classes
This gentle, yet powerful practice has the ability to reach people who (not limited to):
• have physical limitations, are recovering from injuries, have illnesses
• are under stress, experience insomnia or fatigue, are emotionally drained
• it allows the aging population to practise yoga
Knowing how to teach restorative yoga will give you the tools to welcome beginner students of all ages and physical states, to experience yoga in the safest way.

The Five Tibetan Exercises

 For health and longevity.
Simple enough to be done in 15 minutes!
these exercises can be performed daily and are equal to 3 cups of coffee.
By balancing the hormonal systems, improving circulation, and increasing bone density these exercises can halt or reverse the negative effects of aging.

 Zen Meditation- A gateway to freedom

 To know what you are, find out what you are not.
“Freedom exists in the place within you where knowing replaces understanding and where both past and future merge into the moment”, Shakti Mhi
The aim is: to remove suffering from our life NOW.
The process is: to expand our awareness to what we are in our essence and let go of what we think we are.
The tool is: Zen Meditation. It’s the practice of being still, to awaken the ultimate observer.
The experience is: beyond words and concepts.
In the course you will learn the form of Zen mediation as well as Kinhin- a walking mediation. The course gives an opportunity for the students to ask Shakti and Pepe questions about mediation and its application to our daily life.

Voice Power Workshop

Our voice carries the signature of who we are and how we feel about ourselves. Many teachers (of any discipline) may have the knowledge but lack a sense of natural confidence and authority that projects naturally from an embodied voice.
A fully embodied voice greatly increases the power of their teaching and the receptivity of the students.
This course will have two foci:
a. To provide you with the tools and experience to come to a place of fully embodied voice.
b. To experience the power of chanting and mantra for meditation and self healing.

Shivambu Urine therapy

AWAKENING THE HEALER WITHIN
Shivambu is an ancient yogic practice known for many centuries that has lapsed into obscurity. There is something esoteric about urine. It is considered to be a supernatural, living food because it is a by-product of the blood and contains “life force” or prana. Using urine as a therapeutic tool mirrors to us the “healer within” who works on a mechanistic level as well as on an energetic level. This implies that urine, as a holographic substance, has the ability to affect all levels of being–from the physical, through the electromagnetic fields of the emotions and the mind, up to the subtler vibrations of the soul.

Advance Pranayama

Prana is a Life Force which flows through all living things. The amount of prana in your body will largely depend on your capacity to hold it. This capacity can be changed. Prana is the force which provides us with a strong and healthy physical body, creates clear, calm minds and balances and controls our emotions. With insufficient prana, one becomes physically weak, mentally foggy, confused and often emotionally unbalanced. The more prana we have, the more alive we are, the more passionate we are about our moments. As a teacher you should integrate light prana exercises in your classes to help your students to gradually increase their prana for health and well being. In the program you will learn different breathing exercises from easy to more advanced and their effects on the physical and energetic bodies.

Meditation Revelations

 In this course we will delve deeply into the “whys” and the “hows” of meditation, from a theoretical, practical, philosophical and cultural perspective. We will discuss and practice meditational techniques from a range of traditions including Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Sufism and esoteric Western Traditions. The course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding that will allow the student to develop a personal practice and a solid foundation for further research.

Healing Sounds

With this course we will explore and experience the power of sound and music to facilitate and accelerate states of relaxation, meditation and transformation. Drums, Crystal and Tibetan Bowls, and the Human Voice, used with knowledge and intention, are simple but effective tools for stilling the mind and triggering our self-healing potential. Students are also welcome to bring their own instruments for exploration.

Liver Cleanse

The liver is the largest internal organ and a blood filter.
When the liver is cleaner, the blood is cleaner. The cells are nourished with blood, which has more space to bring nutrients and oxygen to every part of your body. As a result we are slowing down the aging process and increasing health and vitality.
Liver cleanse is necessary for:
- Anyone who is taking or has taken medication at any point in their life.
- Anyone who is not eating healthy during the year. (Particularly non-organic foods)
- Anyone who lives in polluted urban areas.
- Anyone with allergies
- Anyone suffering from moods swing
- Anyone having problems sleeping
- Anyone who wants to age gracefully and stay young in the spirit.

In this seminar you will learn, step-by-step the process for removing toxins, encrusted colonic materials, and gall bladder stones. These materials accumulate in the body as a result of unhealthy eating habits and/or the consumption of alcohol and prescription or non-prescription drugs.

An introduction to Mantra and Chant Work

As we know from recent scientific developments, the “material” aspect of matter is an illusion. Everything is vibrating, everything is alive. If we were to accelerate any given vibration until it was audible, we could hear the signature note that each object is broadcasting. In other words, if essentially all is vibration, then essentially all is sound. Most scriptures tell us that the first seed of Creation was Sound. In esoteric texts there are innumerable references to the use of sound for healing and/or potentially destructive uses. Some sources explain how the Pyramids were built by moving enormous stones through the power of sound, and we all know the famous image of the opera singer breaking a glass at a distance with the power of her voice. These are all bits of information and knowledge that can help us start to understand the potential behind the practice of Mantra and Chanting.

Karma Yoga

Karma, from Sanskrit, means action. Karma yoga means the discipline of Action.
Karma yoga is a selfless service in which you put yourself secondary to the one you serve. Service is the greater practice of removing ourselves from identifying with our Ego as who we are. It requires attention to details and awareness to what needs to be done and not from our point of view.
When practicing Karma yoga, one acts without being attached to the fruits of one’s deeds. You simply do whatever needs to be done without anticipation for acknowledgment from others or expectation for outcome.

 

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