02-12-2019 Heart of Yoga 200hr Yoga Teacher Training - Mark Whitwell

Heart of Yoga 200hr Yoga Teacher Training

Heart of Yoga 200hr Yoga Teacher Training

February 12-21 & March 17-23, 2019

With Mark Whitwell

The Yogabarn, Ubud

February 12th - 21st: YTT module 1: Personal Practice and Principles

*can also be taken as an immersion unto itself

March 17th - 23rd: YTT module 2: Teaching Yoga as you have Experienced It
*can also be taken as an immersion unto itself (with restrictions)

Accreditation: This is a Yoga Alliance-accredited 200 hour teacher training

"The only reason we choose to do yoga is for the pleasure — the literal pleasure — of our systems relaxing and filling with energy. It is not some struggle to enjoy a future result." — Mark Whitwell

In a world full of commodified "yoga" and the proliferation of brands and styles, how do we make sure we keep the heart in Yoga? How do we practice and teach in ways that respect and recognize each individual as the unique expression of life that they are? What are the practical tools that can help us feel our own intrinsic joy, freedom, and authority, and share this?

Investigate these questions in this two-part training with a Master Teacher. In the exquisite surroundings of Yoga Barn, located in the heart of Ubud, Bali, we will explore how Yoga is not just a physical workout, a collection of information, or a "spiritual" workout towards a future, better version of ourselves. It is each person's direct participation in the nurturing force of reality, as it is appearing as you and everything else. These immersions are not in any particular "style" of Yoga: it is the essential principles of the Great Tradition, as brought forth from the Indian tradition by the "teacher of the teachers," Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, and made uniquely relevant to us as modern people by Mark. You will therefore be able to apply these principles to any style or level of Yoga you wish to practice or teach, to make all Yoga individualized, effective, enjoyable, and safe. All bodies and backgrounds are welcome.

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