|February 26, 2012 5:00 pm||to||March 24, 2012 2:00 pm|
200 Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training Course
With David Lurey, Mirjam Wagner and Staff
Sunday February 26 – Saturday March 24, 2012
Enchanted Mountain Yoga CenterGaropaba, Brasil
This month long intensive course is designed to build a solid foundation in the practice of Vinyasa Yoga.
Daily asana practices will explore various aspects of Vinyasa with a wide range of sequences and focuses…and lots of lunges and inversions!
The 2011 course will be the 3rd year in a row for this training. I will accept 34 students to the course and it will prove to be an international group experience that will open all participants to the vast expansiveness that is the world of Yoga.
With anatomy and physiology of asanas study, we will deepen the awareness of the body, mind, spirit connection in preparation for you to take your practice to the world and as a teacher. The program will help you develop a deep personal practice to inform your teaching as well provide the the skills to be a great yoga teacher. There will be lots of practice teaching, group evaluations and feedback to help you discover and fine tune your teaching voice.
In addition to the Asana practice, this training is a transformational experience that includes group dynamic work, personal coaching as well as interactive games and exercises that are designed to open you to new areas of awareness and integration of Yogic principles into daily life. This course is specifically designed to bring forth the highest qualities in students and to reveal the hidden places that often hold us back from our deepest potential. Participants in the course are expected and encouraged to participate fully in all activities.
Topics will include:
Sequencing Postures - Adjustments – Meditation
Mantra / Bhakti Yoga – Pranayama - Kriyas
Acro-Yoga - Business of Yoga – Teaching Voice
Class Structure – Yoga and Ecology - Sanskrit
Karma Yoga – Anatomy – Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Mudras - Community building - 8 Limbs of Ashtanga Yoga
Practice teaching – Ethics for Yoga Teachers - Chakras / Energy Bodies
We have selected Enchanted Mountain in Santa Catarina for this training. This beautiful and complete retreat center has fully equipped yoga studios, comfortable and cozy living arrangements and a full kitchen staff to serve our vegetarian meals.
To get to Garopaba, it is best to fly to FLORIANOPOLIS, BRASIL (airport code – FLN). We can help arrange ground transportation at an additional cost from the airport to the retreat center.
At Enchanted Mountain Center, you will discover the magic of this unique meeting of mountain, forest, lakes and sea while you reconnect with the inner enchantment of peace and harmony within your being. The Center is located in the heart of the temperate rainforest on a site of over 50 acres with views of lakes, mountains, white sand dunes, and the Southern Atlantic Ocean. The Center has a feeling of peace and tranquility while at the same time, you’re only 10 minutes from the beach and 15 minutes from the village of Garopaba.
The Yoga spaces are open and beautiful with premiere quality recycled hardwood floors which provide the perfect atmosphere for Yoga, meditation, or other activities.
The housing units for two to four people are spacious and comfortable, each with a private bath and decorated with Brazilian handicrafts. Each unit has ocean or mountain views and is surrounded with unique trees and vegetation of the temperate rainforest.
The property has a natural pool fed by a spring of crystal water.
Keeping in mind that healthy natural cuisine is a foundation of well-being, Enchanted Montain offers an excellent variety of vegetarian dishes lovingly prepared in a home-style kitchen. Most of the vegetable and salads are organically grown in our local area and breakfast is highlighted with a buffet of fresh tropical Brazilian fruits. The dining room offers both indoor and open air dining.
ALL PRICES CALCULATED IN EURO (€)
Paid in full BEFORE DEC 17 = €2600
Payments made AFTER Dec 17 = €2800
** These are prices for DBL ROOMS**
There are a limited amount of single rooms at higher price available.
DAVID @ FINDBALANCE . NET with your application and payment information
firstname.lastname@example.org .:. (48) 3333-0670 .:. Skipe: camilareitz
The above prices include:
* Cost of the Yoga Training
* Shared accommodations in a double room
(there are a limited number of single rooms at an additional charge)
* 3 meals per day
* Transportation to / from Garopaba, Brasil
(please note, we will assist you with group transportation
to/fromFLORIANOPOLIS AIRPORT at a separate cost)
* Additional food and beverage outside of the meal plan
* Required reading books
SAMPLE DAILY AGENDA
7:15 – 9:30 Asana Practice
9:30 – 10:30 Breakfast
10:30 – 12:15 Session I (Theory, practicum, lecture, etc)
12:30 – 1:30 Lunch
1:30 – 4:30 Siesta / Free Time
4:30 – 6:30 Session II
6:30 – 8:00 Dinner
8:30 – 9:30 Wisdom Circle / Journal Writing
The classes are Sunday – Friday with Saturday as the day off
David Lurey was introduced to yoga in 1996 and since then has developed into a talented, focused and caring teacher. Studying different aspects of yoga with various experienced teachers all over the world has deeply prepared David to help you embrace all aspects of your practice.
Radiating enthusiasm and love, David teaches Vinyasa Yoga for a connection to the self, AcroYoga for connecting to other humans and Green Yoga as a way to connect more deeply with the planet and cosmos. Motivating music is an important part of this yoga progression.
David takes students through opening and often challenging postures while encouraging the magical power of breath and mental stillness to cultivate the true loving nature of the heart. His classes invoke the natural elements in yoga practice to balance active lifestyles with self-reflection and meditation.
His recent studies with Eddie Modestini and Nicki Doane as well as certifications from GreenPath Yoga Studio, David Swenson, and Its Yoga provide a well rounded background in postures, alignment, adjustments, philosophy and history making each class a unique experience.
David is the primary teacher for this program and will lead roughly 145 hours
Mirjam Wagner is a certified PILATES and YOGA teacher with many years of various massage and healing arts practice. Swiss born Mirjam has found her total passion in the study and application of OSTEOPATHY. Her complete and profound knowledge of the human body, as well as enthusiasm and sincere interest in human well being, give her access to healing modalities that treat the true origin of most types of physical pain.
Today, Mirjam lives and works on Mallorca, Spain. She also teaches anatomy classes in different countries around the world for a variety of programs from Yoga teacher training to body/mind conferences. She is driven by a strong curiosity that feeds her purpose to investigate a deeper understanding of nature and the miracle of the human body.
For more information and to contact Mirjam, please visit: http://mw-rebalance.es/
Camila Reitz was born in Brazil and practicing and studying yoga for the last 17 years. She has traveled to India three times to deepen her Yogic living. Among the teachers that inspired and shaped her teachings are Dena Kingsberg, David Lurey, Gloria Arieira and Clayton Horton. She is the director of Yogashala in Florianopolis and has a degree in Physical Education. She teaches trainings and workshops in Brazil and other countries. Her goal as a teacher is to inspire students to practice and find their own inner freedom.
To find out more about her work visit her Portuguese website: www.yogashala.com.br , www.devi.com.br/formacao
REQUIRED READING BEFORE THE TRAINING
Tree of Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar
Key Muscles of Hatha Yoga by Long
SUGGESTED READING (not required, but helpful)
Heart of Yoga by Desikachar
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (any version)
How Yoga Works by Geshe Michael Roach
DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION AND EMAIL TO DAVID
View the Photo Album of the 2010 Training
Florianopolis Hotel Ideas (for arriving early or staying later)
We can not be travel agents to everyone but will do our best to point you in the right direction to arrange for places to stay in Florianopolis if you arrive before Sunday Feb. 6. For those that wish to look on their own, I suggest searching for something in Lagoa de Conceicao if you will be there a few days. If only for 1 day, perhaps something in Centro is easiest.
http://www.guiafloripa.com.br/cabanasdagringa/ (cheap in Lagoa town, not very good!)
http://www.pousadacolinasdalagoa.com.br/en/home.html (well located, not expensive)
http://www.guiafloripa.com.br/lunalagoapousada/english/index.htm (good option, not expensive and well located)
http://flordailha.com.br/inglish/ (also good, and good price)
http://maps.google.com.br/maps/place?sourceid=navclient&rlz=1T4SKPB_enBR271BR271&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=hotel+boutique+florianopolis&fb=1&gl=br&hq=hotel+boutique&hnear=florianopolis&cid=1591463914957932833 (very charmy and well located, if I had some extra money I would stay there)
http://casalagoa.com.br/florianopolis/ (this one also is very very nice)