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Intermediate Teacher Training 300 hours Yoga Alliance Registered

This teacher training is for those who have already completed an Ashtanga 200 hour training. The focus will be on the intermediate series and refining your practice and teaching skills. Included in the training is access to our 200 hour on-line training to refresh your skills in the primary series of Ashtanga.



40 avenue de la République, Paris FR 75011

Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

Yoga Styles



Feb 8 to
Nov 2
09:30 amto17:30 pm

This teacher training will take place over about a year's time, including the home-study portions. There are 6 weeks of intensives split between 3 periods. Two weeks in February, two weeks in April and two weeks in November.


4 €

The early bird price of 3,800 is for those who register before December 15th. Otherwise the price is 4,000 euros.

Full Description

The Ashtanga Yoga Paris training with Linda Munro & Gérald Disse will cover the following areas:
*Refining your understanding of the asanas in order to bring about
keen awareness and stillness within for yourself & your students
*Opening your Personal Practice to another level
*Foundations of the Intermediate Series (2nd series)
*Alignment to Allow Removal of Pranic Blockages
*Anatomy for safe and effective Asana
*Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Sutra of Patanjali & The Bhagavad Gita)
*The subtle body: Chakra System
*Kriya & Pranayama: Developing a Daily Practice
*Living a Yogic Lifestyle
*Make a Living Teaching while Maintaining the Integrity of Yoga *Living a Yogic Lifestyle
*Mysore Style Adjustments for Primary Series & Second Series
*Personalizing Practices for Specific Student Needs – Restorative Poses *Mentored Teaching
*Teaching Beginners, Led Primary Series and Vinyasa
*Teaching Themed Classes
*Practice Teaching in a Public Setting
*Unlimited classes at the studio for 3 months
*3-month access to the on-line training videos
The course format:
*6 weeks intensive trainings (9h30 – 17h30 weekdays)
*35 hours of asana practice (ie: 25 classes minimum ~ possibility of doing in your home town)
*35 hours of assisting/guiding classes (ie: 25 classes) after the first intensive (possibility of doing in your home town) *Home assignments will be given through-out the year

We are thrilled to offer our 300-hour training to qualify for Yoga Alliance 500 hour trainings. To qualify for this training you must have a 200-hour training certificate in Ashtanga Yoga (either with us or another school).

We are excited to deepen the growth and knowledge of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga for yoga students and teachers alike! In this training we will do our best to guide you to cultivate inner growth and self-development through a committed practice and self- reflection and then learning to use this inner guide to share the knowledge with others.

A bonus to your learning: you will have 3
months access to the on-line videos of all the
topics we cover during the 5-week 200h intensive. An amazing tool to refresh your memory or update your notes before embarking on the 300h training!
This teaching intensive will offer a comprehensive overview of Ashtanga Yoga in a small, intimate group, personally guided by Gerald Disse and Linda Munro along with, one week with special guest teachers Ron Reid and Marla Meenakshi plus participation in Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews on-line Fundamentals course.

The training is recognized internationally. Every year there are people from all corners of the world coming together to share and go deeper in their mutual passion for yoga in this beautiful city, Paris.
The 300+ hour training is based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary and Intermediate series, which gives a solid base to any dynamic asana practice since most forms of contemporary flowing yoga styles, have evolved out of Ashtanga.

We review key poses and the ‘gate-keepers’ from the primary series then we go over the asanas from the intermediate series; discovering the basic movements which are universal alignment techniques one can apply to all the Ashtanga series, exploring different ways to modify each position with and without props, learning the contraindications for each asana and alternatives to achieve a similar outcome, how to do hands-on adjustments and especially exploring the anatomical understanding to keep each yoga student safe in the poses to encourage a life time practice.

In addition, what is unique in our training is that all the practitioners will continue on from the kriya and pranayama practice learned in the first training. Every morning we add on to the pre-asana practices so that these highly effective and deep practices are taught correctly and safely. They appear subtle however, their subtleness is deceiving therefore, kriya and pranayama need to be taught with intelligence and awareness.

Lastly, we will go deeper into the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, building on the basis from the first level training and then begin into the Bhagavad Gita. These classic texts teach us that the ‘real’ yoga is beyond the physical aspect there is a great emphasis put on yogic philosophy and daily living to ensure that we all remember to put in that “1% theory” and apply it to all aspects of our lives; on and off the yoga mat and meditation cushion!