with Adya and Velan
The 200-hour PachaMama Yoga Teacher Training bridges Hatha yoga with Shaolin energetic arts, creating a foundation for a holistic approach to the path of healing and empowerment. Breaking the boundaries of traditional Hatha yoga, this training combines the wisdom of the yoga lineage with contemporary understanding of the body, emotional system, and spiritual practices. This training serves as a platform for self-inquiry, deepened body perception, and ignites a process of genuine transformation.
The union of contemporary healing modalities woven within these ancient forms, deepens the experience of what yoga truly is – an art of living, with the clear intention to know oneself and align with truth.
In addition to techniques and training of asana, pranayama, anatomy / physiology, teaching methodology, and yoga philosophy other aspects of the training will include:
Various forms of healing practices are used in this training to awaken authentic expression and connection to the inner landscape. This exploratory work includes:
The deeper aspects of this training initiates a personal movement exploration that reveals the body’s mysteries. These profound tools activate a deeper understanding of the body’s innate wisdom, allowing one to become more embodied within the yoga practice.
This in-depth training is much more than a yoga experience. It is the path of yoga weaved within deep transformational healing work, earth rituals, community, movement culture and the garden of silence.
It supports the shift towards embracing life with awareness, acceptance of oneself, the recognition of oneness and reverence for the earth.
One exclusive aspect of this training is that it is held in PachaMama. This 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified residential training will be supported by the unique expression of village life and the inspiration of a vibrant spiritual community where people meet life in an authentic and sacred way.
For more information about the content and prices of the February 2019 50-hour Yoga Teacher Training, click here.
Download the complete program of the training here: Yoga Teacher Training Syllabus
|Casita Early Bird price (available until November 7th)||$2,920|
|AC Room - Early Bird (available until November 7th)||$3,650|
|Casita - for students under 24 years old (no EarlyBird available)||$2,820|
Additional accommodations options are available, contact us for more information.
Early Bird Prices require full payment by November 7th.
Packages include 23 nights of accommodation, arriving on November 28th, a day before the training begins and leaving on December 21st, a day after the training is completed.
Reserve your place in the training with a deposit of $200 (non-refundable).
Prices include the 13% sales tax on accommodation.
With unspeakable beauty and humility, Adya and Velan open the mysteries and teachings of the many facets of yoga in a magical weave that brings deep transformation, rich understandings, and palpable evolutionary waves.
– Shakti (California, USA)
Adya and Velan aren’t only teachers but dancers who embody the art of life in each word and every breath. With total dedication, immense generosity and outrageous talent they taught us how to breathe and dance the living prayer of yoga, while we were learning about the inner revolution of every moment, of every day, that everyone willing to rock their world with original freedom should be given the chance to be taught…
– Carolyne (Paris, France)
To describe this teacher training is beyond words. I could never have prepared for the transformation I experienced. I will never forget it!
– Brigette (Las Vegas, USA)
The yoga teacher training in PachaMama is definitely the most beautiful gift you can offer to yourself (body, mind and spirit). It was an amazing month of healing, growth, love, compassion, letting go, forgiveness, joy, respect, depth and much much more. The beauty and silence of the jungle in PachaMama is a wonderful guide to fully go inside and discover more and more the beautiful being that you are as you shed layer of what does not serve you anymore.
– Mayali (Quebec, Canada)