DYNAMIC VINYASA YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
Reach new heights with your yoga practice.
HIGH ON YOGA
200h and 100h
Teacher Training & Intensive Process
Course language: English
Start: 15. June 2019
The High On Yoga intensive program is designed for aspiring yoga teachers as well as yogis eager to take their practice to a new level. Our goal is to broaden your understanding of yoga and give you the skills to teach.
The main purpose of this training is to build a strong foundation for your practice as teacher or advanced yogi/yogini.
The program includes detailed asana study with focus on hands-on assists, pranayama, meditation, applied anatomy, theory of yoga, structuring a class, teaching skills and more..
Yoga is an exciting adventure as well as a serious matter. After years of attending and watching different courses, we realised that very often the alumni are lacking self-confidence and feel unprepared for today's yoga industry.
Personal transformation has to go with hard skills. With our teacher training we want to offer you personal approach and guide you through all the difficult moments and important steps.
The training is divided into 8 intensive weekends (Friday evening to Sunday evening) with additional morning modules on Thursdays. The first meeting is scheduled for June and the last one in October 2019. The course is in English and consists of 2 parts: 100h course and 200h completion course.(click HERE to learn more).
The training will be led by the High On Yoga co-founder Mateusz Iwulski. Mateusz has completed 500 hours of both vinyasa and ashtanga yoga teacher programs, he has been teaching yoga for the last 5 years and has more than 10 years of experience teaching movement and practicing bodywork.
Main areas of study:
asana and meditation practice
in-depth asana study
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Primary Series
applied yoga anatomy and physiology
teaching methodology & practical teaching
sequencing & building a yoga class
mantra and chanting
introduction to Sanskrit
yoga history, philosophy and ethics
introduction to Ayurveda and yoga therapy
pranayama, breathing and mediation techniques
High On Yoga principles