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Instructor Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Fact Sheet

Duration

200 hours

Style

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Diploma

Instructor

Where

Yoga Center Madrid

Language

Spanish

Starting

Fri. Oct. 25, '19 at 07:30 PM

Dates:

  • October: 25-26-27
  • November: 22-23-24
  • December: 06-07-08
  • January: 10-11-12
  • February: 07-08-09
  • March: 13-14-15
  • April: 03-04-05
  • May: 15-16-17
  • June: 12-13-14
  • July: 03-04-05

Training Timetable:

Friday

  • 19:30 - 21:30 Guided Practice.

Saturday

  • 08:30 Guided Practice.
  • 10:00 Meditation/Pranayamas.
  • 10:45 Practice & Pedagogy.
  • 12:30 Adaptations to the postures.
  • 14:00 Lunch.
  • 15:00 Tradition / Philosophy.
  • 16:30 Pedagogy & Adjustments.
  • 18:30 Departure.

Sunday

  • 08:30 Mysore.
  • 10:00 Meditation/Pranayamas.
  • 10:45 Tradition / Philosophy.
  • 12:30 Pedagogy, Adjustments & Anatomy.
  • 15:00 Departure.

Who is this Course for?

These courses are physically demanding but they will prepare you to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with grace and precision.

Objective of the Course

The course is directed to training you in the techniques and teachings of Ashtanga Vinyasa, based on the teachings of Shri K. Pattabhi Jois, the creator of this style. Course work completes 200 hours and qualifies you to register Yoga Instructor with AIPYS



Course Structure

The course consists of:

  • 90 hours of technique, practice pedagogy.
    • Asanas
    • Sequences, progressions and vinyasas
    • Adaptations, substitutions and adjustments
  • 85 hours of pedagogical and pedagogical methodology.
    • Teaching practice
    • Design and direction of the sessions.
    • Teaching categories and methodology
    • Programming and scripts for instruction.
    • Relaxation
    • Adapting the class for beginners
  • 10 hours Yoga Philosophy and Ethics.
    • Meditation
  • 15 hours of anatomy and physiology.

Course Approach

Starts working with Sun Salutations A and B to continue the serie at Navasana stablishing a good base. Develop the simplest adjustments and adaptations to improve and advance your practice.

Will continue from Navasana until the end of the series including the final positions. This practice will consist of intermediate postures, and help will be given with the more advanced variations so that the instructor becomes an instructor capable of guiding their future students safely through the practice while achieving marked improvement.

The course remains faithful to the tradition and teachings of Ashtanga, but we have made this great practice more open and accessible to western students.

Course Themes

  • Technique.
  • Practice of the First Serie.
  • Surya Namaskar A and B.
  • Application of Ujjayi breathing.
  • How to apply Bandhas during practice.
  • Nava Dristi (focus of attention through the eyes).
  • Vinyasa: How to combine breath and movement.
  • Learning to move into the asanas and out of them.
  • Understanding the partial Vinyasa and complete Vinyasa.
  • Knowledge and understanding jump through.
  • Pedagogy.
  • Introduction to the tradition of Ashtanga Vinyasa system.
  • How to organise and lead a class.
  • How to teach at different levels.
  • How to adjust the positions properly.
  • Mysore-style class personal practice.
  • Guided Class.
  • Guided Class explained. "Talk Through".
  • Many modifications are offered so that all levels can enjoy the Ashtanga yoga method.

Teachers

Westley Adam Eckhardt

Westley Adam Eckhardt

Wes (Shanmugananda) maintains a multi-vocal interpretation of the spiritual traditions while honouring their uniqueness. His views can be provocative but they are always enlightening. Wes emphasizes the importance of understanding the Yoga tradition and respecting the plurality of its world views. The approach is therefore not dogmatic but pluralistic.

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Madhana - Manuel Agulla

Madhana - Manuel Agulla

He is the director of the Sananda Yoga Center in Vigo. Co-founder of the AIPYS. He is a trainer for trainers in teacher training courses. His extensive knowledge on the pedagogy of the postures, philosophy and tradition of yoga make the courses he teaches of special interest to the participants.

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Esther Armero

Esther Armero

Esther directs the Vinyasa flow postgraduate and is co-director in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga training course. Teacher of; Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, and Vinyasa Flow, her specialty in these styles means that in the training courses of Ashtanga Vinyasa or Vinyasa flow, participants enjoy the commitment to the practice and the delicacy that each of them stimulates and awakens in the practitioner.

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Prices

Monthly Payment Plan. Deposit before July, 1, 2019

Total due:
€2,595.00

Deposit:
€365.00

Non-refundable

10 monthly payments of:
€223.00

Monthly Payment Plan. Deposit after Sept., 25, 2019

Total due:
€2,785.00

Deposit:
€365.00

Non-refundable

10 monthly payments of:
€242.00

Monthly Payment Plan. Deposit before Sept., 25, 2019

Total due:
€2,695.00

Deposit:
€365.00

Non-refundable

10 monthly payments of:
€233.00

Payment in full. After Sept., 25, 2019

Total due:
€2,706.00

Deposit:
€250.00

Non-refundable

Payment in full. Before Sept., 25, 2019

Total due:
€2,542.00

Deposit:
€250.00

Non-refundable

Payment in full. Before May, 25, 2019

Total due:
€2,298.00

Deposit:
€250.00

Non-refundable

Personal Interview

In order to register for the 200-Hour Intensive Instructor Course, it is necessary to request a personal interview by calling 91 575 1913. Ask for Mabel, technical director of the course.

Modes of Payment

The modes of payments are:

- Cash

- Postal Money Order

(Please indicate clearly your full name and the course that you are taking.)

- Bank Transfer to:

YOGA CENTER, S.L. / Account number: ES 06 2100 1417 16 02 00283014

(On the bank transfer you must indicate your full name and the course that you are taking. You are expected to assume the bank transfer fees.)

General Conditions

Please consult the course's general conditions.

Diplomas

The course diplomas are delivered by A.I.P.Y.S.

Other Organisations

The course graduates can register with the US & UK Yoga Alliances.

Attention

This information is purely informative. We reserve the right to modify any of our programs, schedules or other content without prior notice.


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