Yoga Philosophy for Yoga Teachers: Level II
November 12 – December 9
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Are you a yoga teacher that would like to build upon your current understanding of yogic philosophy? Are you ready to take your practice and your teaching to the next level? Join us for Yoga Philosophy for Yoga Teachers and explore the wisdom teachings of this time-honored path through an avenue applicable to today’s world.
This course was inspired in response to requests from current students, practitioners and yoga teachers coming from different paths and backgrounds to the ShivaShakti School of Yoga. As interest in yoga continues to increase, the level of awareness around the deeper significations of yogic philosophy and yogic practices begin to rise in the hearts and minds of those sincere seekers.
In the second level of the Yoga Philosophy for Yoga Teachers course you will explore the synthesis of yoga as envisioned by Swami Sivananda. In this vision the four classical yogas, Raja, Karma, Bhakti and Jnana yoga, are joined and integrated into a system that is adapted for the practitioner of today. Throughout this course you learn tools and technologies for working with the body, prana and mind. Through sincere effort you will be able to make changes if you deem necessary in the course of your life to actualize and realize your own Highest Self. Beginning where part I concluded, part II of this 15 hour course covers:
- Gods and Goddess of the Puranas
- Japa Mala- Repetition of Mantra
- Bhakti Yoga- the Yoga of the Heart
- Ashrama Dharma- the Four stages of Life
- Karma Yoga- the Yoga of Selfless Service
- The Four Types of Karma- Understanding Karma
- Energy Anatomy- The Chakra System
- Kundalini, Tantra, Shiva and Shakti
- Jnana Yoga: The Yoga of Knowledge
The course includes 2-3 recorded talks per week, approximately 3 hours total, for four weeks. There are also short homework assignments each week and an opportunity to connect with other course participants on an online forum. The instructor is available throughout the course to answer questions online and offers two recorded Q&A sessions in response to participants questions during the course.
Early Registration Rate: When registered by 7/1/2018- $150.00 USD
Regular Rate: Registration Deadline: 11/5/18- $195.00 USD
Level 1&2 Discount: $50 discount on combined total if Level 1 and 2 are registered for simultaneously.
Registration: To register, submit the application below.
Continuing Education Credits: 15 non-contact continuing education credits are available for both our Yoga Philosophy for Yoga Teacher Level 1 and 2 trainings with Yoga Alliance. Please notify us before the training if you wish to receive CEs.
Advanced YTT Credit: This course is available for credit towards the ShivaShakti 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training if combined with Level I and if you have not completed the ShivaShakti 200-hr YTT. Both must be taken within the same year.
Upcoming Courses: Will be offered again online in 2019.
Application Deadline for November Course: November 5, 2018.
Step 1: Fill out and submit the application below or contact us to receive an application by mail.
Step 2: Once an application has been received, it will be reviewed and a paypal invoice e-mailed to the applicant within 1-2 business days for the 50% application deposit. The application deposit must be paid within 7 days of the issuing date of the invoice in order to hold a space in the training. The application process is not complete until the application deposit has been paid.
Step 3: An acceptance packet, which includes additional information about the training will be e-mailed to the applicant within 2 weeks after the application and deposit have been received.
Please only submit an application if you are seriously planning to attend if accepted. Thank you.
ShivaShakti School of Yoga does not discriminate based on gender, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, age or body shape.
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