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Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training - INDIA 2016

300 hr Jivamukti Yoga teacher training program.
Held at Govardhan Eco-Village.
Facilitators: Sharon Gannon, David Life, Jules Febre, Ruth Lauer-Manenti.

Where

Galtare, Wada (Taluka) Thane Maharashtra, IN 421303

Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Feb 1 to
Feb 28
2016
19:00 pmto08:00 am

Jivamukti Yoga month-long residential teacher training. Held at Govardhan Eco-Village, Wada, Maharashtra, India.
Taught by: Jules Febre, Ruth Lauer-Manenti, Sharon Gannon and David Life
Guest Sanskrit Teacher: Dr. MA Jayashree

Price

$6,350

*Course Tuition does not include accommodations package

Full Description

The Jivamukti Yoga 300-Hour Teacher Training is a month-long residential program held at different locations around the world. This rigorous program taught by Sharon Gannon, David Life and other senior Jivamukti Yoga teachers is considered by many to be the most comprehensive yoga teacher training available. It attracts students from around the world and produces empowered, knowledgeable and confident yoga teachers.

This rigorous, four weeks (300 Plus-hour) of extraordinary and intense study, held in one of our 4 hand picked locations around the world is a residential teacher training certification program for intermediate and advanced students and is considered by many to be the Gold Standard: the most comprehensive yoga teacher training available in the world today.
This training attracts students from around the world and produces powerful, committed, informed and confident yoga teachers able to incorporate asanas, chanting, music, meditation, activism and scriptural study into a challenging practice towards to enlightenment.

The Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training will provide you with a blueprint for incorporating the physical, psychological, spiritual and mystical aspects of yoga into modern life, without losing sight of the universal goal of the practice: liberation. Because of Jivamukti Yoga’s focus on a non-dualistic view of life (the interconnectedness of all), the practice awakens in the practitioner not only the need to protect the environment and all the animals and plants that share the planet with us, but provides the practitioner with skills to confidently achieve those goals for oneself as well as teach others how to live in harmony with the planet.