200-HOUR TEACHER TRAINING COURSE.ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA 2023 IN SALENTO.
Yoga Alliance Certification
(RYT200) and Coni
The course is structured in 1 module of 23 days.
Are you thinking of becoming a yoga teacher? Sarria and YIS schools are organizing an international teacher training course in the beautiful setting of Salento. A team of highly qualified teachers will provide all the tools you need to become a successful Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher.
Look no further! Sarria/YIS offers world-class teacher training in the beautiful setting of Salento.
Our experienced and certified teachers will give you all the tools you need to become a successful Ashtanga Yoga teacher.
You will gain a deep understanding of pranayama, meditation, philosophy, and the fundamentals of Sanskrit and Ayurveda. This course aims to explore in depth the journey toward yoga’s personal and transformative investigation of yoga.
Our commitment is to train people so that they come out well formed. We will pay close attention to alignment and anatomical structures to deepen practice and learn how to teach others safely.
The training will also have a part devoted to exercises in real classrooms to learn how to attend our school. Be Mysore-style as guided.
We will pay close attention to the principles, technical aspects and structural components of an Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga class.
MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THIS COURSE
- Ability to lead a Sanskrit class ( the entire first series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga).
- Be able to manage a Mysore class by making effective and safe modifications.
- Functional anatomy and biodynamics to improve personal practice and that of one’s students.
- Pranayama: gaining daily discipline and the ability to lead a class.
- Philosophy: history and understanding of Hindu thought and fundamental yogic concepts.
- Sanskrit: basics and pronunciation.
- Meditation: implementation of one’s daily routine.
- Team building deep and lasting bonds with like-minded people.
- Receiving inspiration, support and respect.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR
To all teachers or practitioners of any style of yoga.
Your level does not matter, but your commitment and desire to receive relevant and applicable information does.
Training with dual cetification
International with Yoga Alliance (YA 200 hour RYT)
What the course includes
More than 200 hours of in-person classes
What the course does not include
Extra literature and course materials needed for the course. Room and board. Lodging.
Requirements for admission.
More than 1 year of regular ashtanga practice. (minimum up to Janu Sirsasana A)
Or more than 2 years of regular practice of another style of yoga
Great enthusiasm and commitment to give it your all
An Admission Interview is required
Submission of video of sun salutation A + B
Submission of photos in postures of: Paschimottanasana, Bada Konasana, Trikonasana
He has been practicing daily since 2001. In 2011 Santiago founded the Ashtanga Sarria Yoga school in Barcelona, where he teaches classes daily. To his credit he has more than 4,000 hours of teaching. He obtained a 200-hour title with Brian Cooper and a 200-hour RYT title with John Scott, also working for him as an assistant in various international workshops.
Santiago Pinto Ashtanga
Fabrizio Boldrini, born in 1960, teaches yoga as a profession and has been a trainer of yoga therapists and teachers of yoga, martial arts and physical activities since 1978. His classes are precise, technical, physical, but also joyful and serene and lead straight to the heart of yoga practice: uniting body, mind, spirit, and breath to live one’s life fully and joyfully.
Fabrizio Boldrini Anatomy
Diego Manzi is a writer and lecturer in Indian philosophy and Sanskrit language. Diego regularly teaches basic and advanced courses in Sanskrit language and Indian philosophy. Diego is invested with the position of Scientific Director of the Department of Sanskrit and Indian Philosophies Vidyālaya of the CSNC GrecoLatinoVivo. His books include “Sparks of Eternal Order. Journey to the Heart of Indian Tradition,” Armando Curcio editors, 2016; “Enchantment. The Deities of India.”, Le Lettere, 2019; and “ko’ham. India’s brightest philosophies,” Le Lettere 2021.
Diego Manzi Philosophy and Sanskrit.
Erica began practicing ashtanga yoga in the YIS school, but after a few years of regular practice a desire arose within her to deepen her knowledge of the yoga discipline. She began to work alongside her teachers in their classes and simultaneously undertook training courses exploring different yogic disciplines with curiosity.
Coach – Ashtanga