Our training has the patronage of the European Yoga Federation and the World Movement for Yoga.
These are the 4 principal characteristics of our training.
Our training began as a “master”, or “mentoring program”, aimed therefore to teachers who were already trained and felt the need to explore further their practice and turn a training of mere hours in a formative life experience.
Starting this year, the training is also open to who would like to start his training from the ground, having only a few years of practice.
1° year: Asana and Movement;
2° year: Pranayama and Chakra;
3° year: Meditation and Yoga Philosophy.
4° year: (one-week intensive retreat) Teaching.
The first module, Asana and movement, includes 77 principles of deconstructed Yoga, principles that, in a very short time, can completely change our way to practice Yoga, bring life to the practice and create a real bridge between mind and body. The module is aimed at the Deconstructed Yoga teachers in training, but is also open to whoever wants to improve their personal practice and strongly recommended to Yoga teachers that desire to understand more deeply the theme covered and change their relationship with Yoga on an experiential level.
The theme covered in the first module are
Alignment and Misalignment;
Classical Asana, their physical, anatomical, archetypical, energetical perspectives;
Mobility and stretching;
The body as a door the mind and emotions;
Movement as the foundation of the human being
The second module, Pranayama and Chakra, contains its own principles and includes classical Yoga techniques and especially the study of a conscious perception of the flow of Energy through the body.
The third module, Meditation and Classical texts, is the point where the practice transforms completely, after the two-year immersion in the body. The journey becomes a source of unprecedented joy and startling clarity.
The fourth module is Teaching.
Now everything we learned is harnessed for the well-being of our students so that a real change can occur for them, as it has occurred for us. It’ s the moment to give back what we received. Teaching is the highest form of learning!