7 Weekends of Education & Inspiration!
February 23-25 • March 9-11 • 23-25 • April 6-8, 20-22 • May 4-6, 18-20
Fridays: 12-5 pm, 6-8:30 pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 7:30-11 am, 12-4:30 pm
Exceptions to the above are:
2 additional Saturday evenings 6-9 pm; dates TBA.
Morning sessions are dedicated for personal/instructed practice and afternoons/evenings for workshops and practicums. Times may vary slightly. Please leave the entire weekend flexible for the training.
Each training weekend consists of 21 + hours of study comprised from our core areas: practice (asana, pranayama, meditation, etc.), teaching methodology, anatomy and physiology, philosophy and ethics. These weekends are supported by take-home assignments and reading, practice logs and journal inquiry.
Friday evening 6-8:30 pm:
Yoga Related Film 0r Talk (1-2 hours)
Discus Yoga Sutras & Yoga Psychology (1 hour)
Saturday & Sundays:
Asana class & Practice, Pranayama class & Meditation (2-3 hours)
Discussion and review (1 hour)
Lecture (2 + hours)
Asana Clinic – teaching methods and practice (2-3 hours)
Participation in individual continuing education workshops will be considered for experienced students and with permission from the training Director. To attend an individual workshop, a list will be available by September 1, 2017. All inquiries contact Amy at (530) 859-5433.
“This training has given me the tools to find my inner teacher. Yoga has changed my life and will always be a part of my life.” -Rachel Scott
REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION
Participants must have a minimum of 2 years of ongoing yoga experience, have a current yoga practice, with a strong foundation in standing poses and a practice of inversions. Individuals who are not interested in teaching, but who wish to further their own practice are welcome. A minimum of 15 participants is required to hold the training with a maximum of 25 to help maintain the quality. Each participant must submit a deposit and the Applications 1 & 2, and sign the Tuition Payment and Agreement forms as requested, and be accepted by the Program Director in order to attend training.
YOGA TEACHER CERTIFICATION
Upon completion of the 200-hour course requirements, students will be presented with a Certificate of Completion of the VajraPani Yoga, 200-hour teacher training program. Course requirements include 100% participation in training, mid-term and final tests, practice logs, reading assignments and documentation on teaching and designing yoga classes. For more details, contact program director.
All weekend trainings are held at the Shasta Yoga Institute. The Shasta Yoga Institute is located in Northern California, in central downtown Mount Shasta, on Mount Shasta’s main street, upstairs at 315 A South Mt Shasta Blvd. See Shasta Yoga Center map for directions.
MOUNT SHASTA | ACCOMMODATIONS
A retreat or vacation setting, the City of Mt. Shasta is nestled at the foot of alluring Mount Shasta. At 14,162 feet, Mount Shasta is the second highest volcano in the United States and a major peak of the Cascade range. Mt. Shasta is surrounded by divine beauty, spectacular mountain vistas and crystal clear alpine lakes. Spiritual seekers, healers, alternative health practitioners, environmentalists and outdoor enthusiasts are all drawn to Mt. Shasta because of its engaging and pure beauty. This is a nonresidential course. However, there are many hotels, motels, and inns within the downtown area. Past VajraPani graduates are also open to renting rooms in their homes to Teacher Training attenndees. In warmer weather, several campgrounds can be used only a few minutes drive from town. For more information on accommodations, health food stores, restaurants and other area info go to: Siskiyou County Visitors Bureau – Visitors Information
“… invent a way to earn an income doing what you do best, while serving others, becoming authentic, fulfilling the highest standards of your vocation. This is spiritual work. It’s life’s assignment. And most of us are well-equipped to do it.” – Marsha Sinetar, To Build the Life You Want, Create the Work You Love.