200 hour Yoga Teacher Training

May 2-30, 2015 at Samahita Retreat

Yoga Alliance 200Hr Accredited Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga School: Centered Yoga at Samahita Retreat (Koh Samui, Thailand)

This comprehensive training covers the vital aspects of yoga and goes deep into the practice, refining your ability to pass on the message to others. A lot of thought has been put into making it challenging yet appropriate for this level. In essence, it is an all-around education in yoga intended to expand your horizons and develop your abilities and strengths. It is a foundation course-a necessity to move forward in any aspect of yoga practice and teaching.

This residential intensive provides an untold opportunity to be really in the practice, develop it as part of you, and emerge ready to commence on the teaching path. We have the gift of yoga today because it was passed down from teacher to student for thousands of years, very often in a residential environment. This system was known as Gurukula, and the student would spend time with the teacher studying, then go off to practice on his own, later returning to grow further. Things are a little different today, and six months cannot compare to years with one’s master. This is your starting point, however, and we assume that you have had a few years of practice and that your study   will continue to deepen after the course.

This course is led by KPJAYI Certified Ashtanga Teacher and Kavailyadham Certified Pranayama Teacher, Paul Dallaghan.   Arielle assists in the Mysore asana classes, leads asana clinics and teaches the anatomy portion of the course.

For more information on the program, teaching faculty and to apply click here.

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