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PERU - School of Sacred Arts 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training

High in the Andes, surrounded by powerful, emerald green mountains, where the magic of the Incan Empire lives on, our transformational journey into the heart of Yoga and the spirit world takes place…

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Where

Paz y Luz Hotel & Healing Center
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

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Pisac town, Pisac PE .
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Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

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When

Aug 30 to
Sep 24
2016
16:00 pmto20:30 pm

The weekly schedule will generally run Sunday through Friday though the schedule will vary somewhat based on the needs of the group and the flow of events. The daily schedule generally runs from early morning to early evening, with breakfast and lunch breaks.

Price

$3,900

Includes all ceremonies, tuition, training manual, accommodation (double-occupancy) and healthy breakfasts.

Full Description

In the tradition of the earliest yoga masters, we utilize ritual, ceremony, and the South American versions of Soma, the elixir of the Rishis, as we feel our way into the depth and richness of this ancient art and science…

Our Yoga Alliance accredited program emphasizes Yoga’s practical and experiential aspects, synergistically combined with the shamanic traditions of Peru.

For our 2016 course we are excited to include our core teaching team including SOSA co-founders Simone MacKay and Troy McFadden, Bex Tyrer, Diego Palma, Jean Piel, Paul Temple and Suzanne Lewarne, and Leticia Tika Qantu, with other instructors and special guests TBA. For our Peru events, we accept no more than 20 students per training, to ensure more personalized attention.

This program is unique due to our opportunity to sit in ceremony with various plant teachers on a weekly basis. The yoga and medicine teachings beautifully complement each other and can lead to profound insight, deep healing, and transformation, but can also be intense. We invite you on this journey if you feel deeply called to this particular path, in addition to the yoga tradition.

In terms of our approach to asana, Vinyasa/Hatha Flow and Yin Yoga are the primary styles taught on our YTT. In addition, we cover numerous philosophical and yoga related topics such as history of yoga, meditation, pranayama, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, fasting and cleansing, and so on. An emphasis is also placed on understanding postures more thoroughly.

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