300hr Yoga Teacher Training Johannesburg

Integration of Yoga and Ayurveda

Inner Wellness Studio invites you to fully embrace Yoga as a technology for holistic living. This course is a comprehensive study and practice of Yoga. This course will give you a profound experience of Yoga that will transform your body and mind. On completion of the course you will be qualified and certified to teach Yoga. Your teaching credentials will be recognised internationally with Yoga Alliance.

The 300hr program serves to present an integrated study and practice of Hatha Yoga (through the study of Light on Yoga, and other key texts), Patanjali's yoga, Kundalini Tantra and Ayurveda to facilitate the transformation and evolution of the student in a holsitic way. This program serves to inspire complete development in your lifestyle, teaching style and classes.

Those new to Yoga will be immersed and established in the progressive understanding and supportive practice of Yoga.

Existing Yoga practitioners will learn Yoga essentials to deepen and refine their Yoga practice, that cannot be fully explored in Yoga classes.

Qualified teachers will enrich their existing Yoga practice and knowledge to gain more knowledge and tools as a teacher. As a 200hr certified teacher, on completion of the 300hr program, you will qualify for the 500hr designation with Yoga Alliance.

For the full details of the upcoming 300hr TTC in Johannesburg follow this link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MxYx8IKLIfzLpElUF4jUNiXQ8FevB2l6

Is the Integrated Yoga Teacher Training for you?

Ask yourself...

  • Do I have the intention to be established in a lifestyle of self-care, longevity and holistic health?
  • Would I like to develop the understanding of the remedial effects of asanas and sequences that can be applied for specific health issues?
  • Do I want to deepen my understanding of the reach and functions of muscles? Do I want to be confident in structural analysis and to have the tools to design a personalised yoga practice?
  • Do I want to deepen your understanding of the essential nature of disease? Am I interested in learning a yogic approach to the management of disease in the body, using asanas, pranayama, relaxation and meditation techniques for healing?
  • Have I been drawn to the healing potential of sound and music in Yoga?
  • Would I like to get hands on experience learning to cook whole, natural and delicious vegetarian foods, incorporating ayurvedic nutrition?

The course is designed in such a way that if you choose to complete the training you will...

  • Immerse yourself into the progressive study and practice of “Light on Yoga” and Patanjali's holistic 8 fold practice of Yoga. Delve deep into the analysis and understanding of the 3 most authoritative texts on Hatha Yoga, including “Hatha Yoga Pradipika.”
  • Engage in an in-depth study of anatomy and physiology of the body relating to the remedial application of yoga.
  • Develop the necessary sensitivity to accommodate students of all levels of experience by systematically meeting their needs and supporting them to safely and effectively advance in their practice of yoga-asanas and pranayama. Specifically understand all the benefits and contraindications of the introductory, primary and intermediate level poses.
  • Deepen your awareness and theoretical knowledge of our subtler energetic anatomy; the chakras, nadis, meridians and other energetic systems.Learn integrated practices that bring change and transformation to these subtle energetic and emotional layers.
  • Gain insight to integrate the supportive and healing practices of a woman. Learn how to manage and accommodate important life changes, as well as teach yoga that specifically supports women's reproductive health and fertility.
  • Support the development, health and well-being of both mother and child by learning how to adjust your practice and teaching during the different phases of pregnancy.
  • Mindfully integrate restorative yoga and pranayama into your practice and teaching in order to balance the exhaustive effects of a demanding and stressful lifestyle.
  • Understand adequate modifications of classical poses by using a variety of props to access the nuances of the more advanced poses. These can better support us in maintaining a lifelong and sustainable yoga practice. Develop the skill set to teach gentle yoga to elderly people or chair yoga in schools or corporate environments.
  • Learn how to effectively teach yoga to children of different age groups.
  • Unravel the concepts of kundalini and tantra to be able to consciously integrate these subtle concepts into your practice and life.
  • Embark on an in depth study and integration of Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga, complimenting your own practice and enabling you to share your knowledge with others.
  • Learn yogic and ayurvedic cleansing and rejuvenation practices.
  • Be inspired with conscious cooking meal plans and recipes. Learn about the transformative potential of herbs.
  • Incorporate Nada Yoga, the yoga of sound, into your practice. Bask in the healing vibrations of music, chanting, and mantra and learn to integrate them into your teaching practice.
  • Develop the potential to be able to bring about balance and harmony in the minds and bodies of yourself and your students.

For the full details of the upcoming 300hr TTC in Johannesburg follow this link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MxYx8IKLIfzLpElUF4jUNiXQ8FevB2l6

What you will learn: Module 1 Overview Asana Focus: Standing poses I & Introduction to Inversions Introducing Light on Yoga Introductory Level I & II progressive sequencing Intermediate progression of practice and teaching Asana cards cards as an essential study tool Introduction to Patanjali's Yoga Philosophy Anatomy & Physiology The basics of functional anatomy Nero-muscular- skeletal system Connective tissue Essential Physiological principles Module 1 Introducing the foundations of our progressive study of Guruji Iyengar's Light on Yoga. Light on Yoga is considered the modern bible of Yoga. It has been in print for over 50 years and contains all of Iyengar's fundamental teachings for progressively learning the yoga asanas to fully develop in the eight fold path of Patanjali's Yoga. Iyengar's accommodating and transformative approach allows everyone to access the healing benefits of yoga, weaving all holistic aspects of the raj (royal) path of yoga. Proper alignment techniques will be taught to bring our mind from being distracted in life and practice, to a place of expanded awareness of our self. This mindful understanding of our physical body will allow us to penetrate and take the senses inwards towards the core of our being. We will approach the practice of asana systematically. Firstly, to avoid injury through proper sequencing. More subtly the understanding of this intelligent sequencing will leave the practitioner not only feeling physically strong and healthy but ultimately to bring a sense of well being and mental calm. This will allow for a more harmonious mindset from which to relate with ourselves, others, and the world around us. Secondly, this systematic approach gives a definitive guideline to gain all the holistic benefits that the asanas have to offer. As a teacher, you will have confidence in this framework to share this transformative progression with you students. Lastly, it will lay out an advancing progression from which we can safely and effectively progress to the intermediate and advanced poses. We will develop the same confidence in teaching others more advanced poses, with a mindful and effective approach. Although we will layout the progressive nature of our study of light on Yoga this module will focus on the fundamental standing postures and essential inversions. These two families of poses act like the alpha and the omega of our self practice. The fundamental awareness, strength, and confidence for the rest of the categories of poses are established here. We will link this methodology of teaching to the holistic framework of Patanjali's Yoga. This will give us the foundation from which to see the scope of the inner aspects of our yoga practice. Ultimately leading to a stillness which bring us to the blissful and infinite potential of our true self. We will lay down the essential philosophy of Patanjali's Yoga sutras, which will unpack in greater detail in Module 5. We will be grounded in our anatomy and physiology studies through understanding the fundamentals of functional anatomy and the physiology stretching. We will study the neuro-muscular skeletal system and look into the basics of connective tissue and fascia. This is essential anatomy for the sports and remedial focus of our anatomy study in Module 6. These anatomy lectures are also pre-requisite for the structural Yoga analysis and remedial focus of Module 8. Module 2 Overview Asana Focus: Inversions, Restoratives and Pranayama Practice of a woman during the month Understanding Restorative Yoga Modifications and use of props Gentle yoga for mature practitioners Anatomy & Physiology Anatomy of the breath Anatomy of relaxation response Nervous system Module 2 Understanding the supportive and healing practice of the female body throughout the month. Integrate ayurvedic / yogic practices and lifestyle guidelines for adjusting your Yoga to support feminine health. Inspirational teachings from Geetaji Iyengar, Maya Tiwari and Christine Northrup will give insight into practices and modifications which are most useful to; find balance throughout the monthly menstrual cycle, encourage fertility, reduce any adverse symptoms associated with menstrual cycles, and take preventive and supportive measures to ensure a smooth and healing transition into different stages of feminine transformation. This module is a prerequisite for our deeper look into female health and pregnancy in Module 9. The yoga-asana focus for this module will take us deeper into the inverted positions, primarily our practice of headstand and shoulder stand will be emphasised to a point we can work more intimately and deeply with the king and queen of all the asanas. These practices will serve to harmonise the glandular system. Quieting the mind and awakening the balancing potential of the nervous system we are be able to access the deep and healing capacity of the restorative actions in preparation for the progressive study and practice of the Pranayama. We will introduce the history and development of the use of props and restorative yoga as pioneered by the lifetime dedication and knowledge left behind by the legacy of Guruji BKS Iyengar. In this understanding we will look at ways and means to modify and vary the practice of yoga asana. This enables us to accommodate and effectively guide students of different capacities and experience to find comfort by understanding their bodies and supporting their progression in practice on every level. This study will also give us a huge understanding on how to be equipped to deal with certain ailments and contraindications effectively and professionally. We will apply this knowledge to finding balance through understanding the passive and subtle aspects of asana practice; complimenting and harmonising the more active and dynamic forms of Vinyasa and Astanga Yoga, neutralising the effect excessive Yang (heating quality) of over stimulation and highly demanding lifestyles and yoga practices that we are engaged in. This introduction to restorative yoga will also be applied to accommodating students of different physical abilities and age groups. This allows us to sustain our asana practice throughout life's ups and downs, and into our later years, to promote longevity and graceful aging. Also as a teacher be able to accommodate or specialise in teaching yoga to the older more mature practitioners of yoga. This immersion into pranayama and restorative actions will prime the way for a deeper and advancing study later in your yoga practice. This knowledge and practice is essential for the Pranayama II in module 4. The refinement of the breath and accessing deeper levels of the nervous system will be complemented by our anatomy and physiology focus. We will look at the anatomy of the breath and study closely the nervous system. Module 3 Overview Introduction to concepts of Kundalini Tantra Eleven moon points ( Presented by Pritam Khalsa) Essential Kriyas and meditation practices Anatomy & Physiology Energetic anatomy I Chakras, Nadis The vertebral system Module 3 Demystify the philosophy of Kundalini Tantra and establish practical methods to develop a subtle understanding and integration of theses principles. Use this high tented state of awareness to give you a greater scope from which to live more consciously and teach with a more expansive, subtle, and holistic understanding of Yoga. As a part of our energetic anatomy studies we will engage in depth with the study of the chakras and the nadis in relation to our yoga practice, emotions, and their healing capacity. This understanding is essential to go onto the second part of the energetic Anatomy studies in Module 7. We will be graced with the presence and experience of my Kundalini Yoga teacher Pritam Khalsa. She will guide us through the essential understanding of the Kundalini Yoga and Meditation practices taught by Yogi Bhajan. She will shed light on the process of becoming a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher affiliated with Yogi Bhajan's international organisation, 3ho. Pritam will present deep insight into the ancient yogic teaching of the 11 moon points a sequence that is unique to every woman and is set at birth. Women transverse these points every month. Learn about your definitive eleven moods, their gifts and shadows. Understand how to balance and harmonise their impact . To tie in with the energetic anatomy and the concepts of Kundalini Yoga our anatomy and physiology studies will explore the vertebral system. Ayurvedic and Yogic Lifestyle Immersion Retreat Overview Introduction to Samkhya philosophy Panca Maha Butas- 5 Great Elements of Creation Cosmic evolution 20 Gunas Tri Dosha – Biological humours Tri Gunas- Three primal qualities Reuniting Yoga and Ayurveda Agni & ama Anatomy & Physiology Gastro-intestinal health and anatomy of digestion Sapta Dhatus, Malas & Srotas Ayurveda and the mind Mantra & Naada Yoga Sitar Music Therapy Introduction to Ayurvedic nutrition Food combining Ayurvedic seasonal and doshic meal plans Conscious Cooking course Recipes Introduction to Yogic and Ayurvedic cleansing practices Shat Karma & Pancha Karma Fasting and purification guidelines Ayurvedic and Yogic Lifestyle Immersion Retreat This module will be co-presented with Dr Kanada Narhari who is an Ayurvedic Doctor, Sitarist, Naada Yoga Instructor and author from Banglore, India. Having been nourished in daily life from a young age, DR Narhari was surrounded by the study of the ancient language of Sanskrit, the literary art of the Vedas and classical Indian music. Yoga, tantra, and ayurveda are all rooted in Samkhya philosophy, and its concepts are essential in understanding the context for study and practice of these transformative sciences. This long weekend retreat will open up your understanding of these concepts making the integration of yoga, ayurveda and a heightened state of awareness, seamlessly as a part of your daily life. We will delve deep into essential Ayurvedic concepts understanding the creation of the universe and how the material manifestation operates under different influences and primal qualities. We will relate this understanding to know our personal biological humor and be inspired to make positive and personalised decisions in our yoga practice, food and lifestyle choices, that will nurture our personal balance. With the framework of an ideal healing routine and natural and nourishing foods we will be supported to strengthen and refine our vital energies in a holistic way.

We will learn authentic, supportive and remedial yogic methods of cleansing through studying and practicing the Shat Karmas, as given by the authoritative Hatha Yoga text, the Hatha Yoga Pradika. Promoting rejuvenation and longevity we will be introduced to the practices of Pancha Karma and guided to implement and integrate rasayanas; rejuvenating Ayurvedic herbs and tonics.

We aim to reunite the sister sciences of yoga as we understand yoga, pranayama and meditation techniques that are most suitable for each individuals transformation and healing to occur. This will also give a a personal and remedial approach to teaching and inspiring conscious living amongst teachers and students of Yoga. In conjunction with studying Ayurvedic nutritional concepts we will get hands on with Conscious Cooking courses over the weekend. Find inspiration for recipes, meal plans and simple cooking techniques. This will allow you to tastefully and effortlessly make Ayurveda a part of your conscious eating routine. To start and finish our daily routine we will be immersed in the healing vibrations of the Yoga of Sound, partaking in daily Music and Mantra Meditation (with Dr. Narhari and his Sitar). Special Sitar raags will be assigned to special times of the day that will raise and balance our frequencies. Mantra meditations will facilitate a very deep and natural state of meditation to bring about a higher state of awareness and energy to facilitate healing on many different levels. Module 4 overview Asana Focus: Seated postures, Forward extensions and twists Anatomy and physiology Anatomy of the breathe Accessory muscles of respiration Anatomical understanding of the bandhas Restoratives and Pranayama II Satyananda Yoga Nidra Module 4

Through refining our capacity to sit in a steady, joyful and effortless manner we lay the foundations for deepening the inner aspect of our Yoga quest. We will further grow our knowledge base of restorative yoga and delve deeper into advancing and progressive pranayama techniques as prescribed by Guruji Iyengar's Light on Pranayama.

This module serves to study and practice the forward extensions in a specific sequence to allow the full calming potential that the forward bends have to offer our nervous system, and mental landscape. The forward bends will be complimented with the study of lateral extensions/ twisting asanas. This systematic approach to these asanas have a deep healing and pacifying effect to a digestive system that is under a lot of pressure and stress from our lifestyle and diet. To add to the perspective of the deep breathing techniques learnt and practiced, we will take time to study the anatomy of the breath, all the accessory muscles that are responsible for breathing. We will look at the bandhas (energetic seals), that harness and channel the subtle pranic energy that we cultivate through pranayama, from an anatomical viewpoint. Through the practice of Yoga Nidra, the deepest aspects of our consciousness and subconscious mind will be purified and a profound transformative effect will be experienced. Satyananda Yoga Nidra was devised by Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati from traditional Tantric practices and has had a major impact on the world of yoga. Satyananda Yoga Nidra is a pratyahara technique in which the distractions of the mind are contained and the mind is allowed to relax. This practice will form a great tool for you as a teacher to introduce and allow your students to understand and access the subtle aspects of yoga and the mind. This tool is a great compliment to restorative and pranayama practices, and meditation classes. Module 5 Overview Asana Focus: Standing poses II & Backbends Anatomy and physiology Cardiovascular- Heart and circulation Lymphatic system and the blood Immune system Philosophy Core of the Yoga sutras of Patanjali Module 5

Through our dedication to the progressive practice of the light on Yoga syllabus we will be primed and ready to explore the more technical and challenging standing poses. The practice of these invigorating standing poses will open us up physically and mentally to approach the back bends with reverence.

Learn the fundamental principles of backbends and appropriate sequencing and soon you will be understanding and warm enough to approach the more intermediate and advanced backbends. In the process of opening our heart with the practice of the these energising asanas, we will enter into the core of the Yoga sutras of Patanjali, deepening our understanding of the most fundamental concepts of Patanjali's philosophy. We will approach this study in a very systematic and practical way, always linking these concepts to our yoga practice and everyday life. Our anatomical study for this module will link the backward extensions to the study of the cardiovascular system. We will also explore the connection of the heart to the immune system and the role of the lymphatic system as our primary access to well being. Module 6 Asana Focus: Abdominal toning & arm balances Structural yoga Muscles remedial approach Myofascial meridians Sports and remedial focus Structural Yoga analysis Module 6 Building on our introduction to functional anatomy, we will look at the muscles more closely at a remedial level. We will get hands on palpitating muscles to deepen our understanding of their reach and function. Studying more closely the myofascial meridians, acupressure and ayurvedic marma points. As a part of our structural studies we will go over a series of assessment to determine joint mobility, certain muscle restrictions and any postural misalignment. With this awareness we can personalise our own remedial practice and guide students to tailor their practice to bring anatomical balance and harmony. In our asana focus for the module we will work on developing inner strength and finding our close center. This will allow us to be able to balance on our arms more effortlessly and through working the abdominal toning asanas we will understand the importance of the health of our organic body, creating the environment and strength to support our digestive organs. Module 7 Overview Kundalini Yoga II Pancha Kosa Prana Vayus Meridians and TCM Yin Yoga Ten Bodies Bhandas Mudras Pranayama Sets Module 7 In this module we will lean on the knowledge of the three most classical yogic texts of hatha Yoga; The Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the Siva Samhita and Gheranda Samitha. These will be a resource to reinforce the fundamental concepts of internal purification. Through understanding these fundamental yogic texts we will further understand the energetic anatomy looking closely at the concepts Panch Kosa and Prana Vayus. Drawing from traditional chinese medicine we will explore the energetic means to invigorate and revitalise the organs through the i of the meridians. We will apply this knowledge into practice through the lens of Yin Yoga postures that specifically relate to particular meridians and organs. In this module we will go deeper into the fundamental concepts and practices of Kundalini Yoga that we had established in Module 3. We will systematically approach the practice of the advancing yogic techniques that are laid out in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. We will safely and effectively integrate the practices of advanced pranayama techniques, bandhas and mudras, according to our personal capacity. These technologies, once understood and progressively studied, will be brought together with the practice of kriyas, in the tradition of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Drawing from Yogi Bhajan’s teaching we will have another blueprint of our subtle anatomy. We will be learning the concepts and developing an awareness to bring balance to the Ten Bodies. "If you understand that you are Ten Bodies, and you are aware of those Ten Bodies, and you keep them in balance, the whole Universe will be in balance with you." ~ Yogi Bhajan Module 8 Overview Pathology Yogic management of common diseases Remedial Yoga Sequences- application of restorative yoga Module 8 Having studied the systems of the body our study of anatomy and physiology will take us to explore the essential nature of common diseases. Through learning pathology we will look at traditional and complementary ways to manage and get tot the route cause of the most common diseases of our times. Understand a yogic approach to management of disease in the body through practice of specific asanas, pranayama, relaxation and meditation techniques. Gaining inspiration from Guruji Iyengar's own health struggles and his healing journey through yoga, we look more closely at the supportive environment that is nurtured by the specialised use of props and remedial sequencing. We will understand the workings of and practice sequences for specific health problems. Some of the chronic ailments for which people have benefited from Yoga Practice are:
  1. Skeleto-muscular Disorders : Arthritis of the knee, shoulder, Cervical Spondylosis, Lower back pain, Slipped Disc, Ankylosing Spondylosis and Sciatica Pain.
  1. Circulatory Disorders : Heart problems, Relief from Angina pain, Hypertension, Circulatory problems in the legs.
  1. Digestive Disorders : Constipation, Acidity, Flatulence, Diabetes, Colitis, Hiatus Hernia.
  1. Respiratory Disorders : Asthma, Sinusitis and Bronchitis. Nervous Disorders : Headache and Migraine.
Module 9 Overview Yoga and Ayurveda for health & fitness Yoga for your type Ayurvedic counseling Yoga of herbs Refinement of Prana, Tejas and Ojas Module 9 We will learn the remedial application of Yoga, integrating Ayurvedic principles for holistic healing. We will develop different means of observing and assessing students needs, the knowledge base and experience to make an informed and specific program of practice to support personal balance and wellbeing of your students. Yoga for your type will reinforce the divine connection of yoga and ayurveda by personalising the most appropriate practice of asana, pranayama and meditation to the energetic and physiological functioning of the tri-dosha (individual biological constitution). This gives us yet another tool to for personalised self-development and spiritual growth, emphasising different paths for different practitioners. Ayurvedic counseling will use a holistic framework to support you to communicate your health goals and challenges. In a compassionate space of genuine inquiry we can get to the root cause of the imbalance. The holistic approach will allow lasting transformation to occur. Through changes in diet, lifestyles, mental and emotional patterns will be consciously transformed. Adding onto the study of ayurvedic nutrition we will consider not only food but also herbs as medicine. We will study in depth the Yoga of herbs, analysing and utilising the transformative properties of healing herbs. Through sustainably integrating the wisdom and practice of ayurveda and yoga through throughout the course we would experience a deep and lasting transformation personally. We would have learnt the process of balancing the excess of the doshas, by developing a moment to moment wisdom. We will go one step further to promote the fullest potential of our health and yoga practice by the refinement and nourishing of our subtle energies. Understanding concepts of Prana, Tejas and Ojas and implementing this understanding, we will be blessed with vital energy, luster and radiance, vigor and strength in our health and mind. Module 10 Reproductive health Different stages of Womanhood Yoga for motherhood Fertility, reproductive health, prenatal , during pregnancy and post pregnancy practice guidelines Yoga for children of different age groups Mythology of the asanas Vinyasa Sequencing Anatomy and physiology Urogenital organs Glandular system Module 10 Building on the wisdom of Geetaji Iyengar, a womans practice during the month, from the second module. We will explore deeper into the practice of a woman. In this study we will consider important transitions in a woman's life and gain insight into specific yoga practices and ayurvedic guidelines to support changes in a positive and healing way. Covering in more depth menstruation, fertility and reproductive health, different stages of pregnancy and postpartum practice, and menopause. We will address specific guidelines of how to adjust your practice during the different trimesters to support development and health of mama and baby at each stage. This will ensure and support child labor to be at its optimum and post pregnancy guidelines to overcome any accumulation and gradually and sustainably find your inner strength and comfort in your yoga practice. We will also draw from the ayurvedic base of Maya Tiwari's “Woman's Power to Heal Through Inner Medicine” and Christine Northrup’s extensive Integrative medical and complementary approach to women's health. Both these inspiring teachers demonstrate that when women change the basic conditions of their lives, they heal their health problems faster, more completely, and with less need for medical intervention. Both teachers cover the treatment of many health concerns-among them PMS, menstrual cramps, breast cysts, fibroids, cervical dysplasia, endometriosis, infertility, depression, and cystitis - explaining how many of these physical problems have roots in emotional upsets or lifestyle choices The anatomy focus will cover reproductive health through the study of the reproductive organs. Understand hormonal balance through understanding the subtle workings of the glandular system. With the health and wellbeing of our younger generations in mind we will study the specifics of teaching yoga and mindfulness practices to children of different ages. Tieing into this fun and playful aspect of teaching yoga we will learn the mythology behind the yoga asanas. Vinyasa sequencing will be weaved in suitable for children and all practitioners with a young heart, in the right physical capacity and have a clear understanding of the yoga-asanas. Lead Teacher for the program Diego Baldi (E-RYT 500) Diego is the founder of Inner Wellness Studio in Durban, a practice specialising in Yoga, meditation, and teacher training. Diego draws from his background in holistic health coaching, integrative nutrition, and Ayurveda offering a comprehensive lifestyle approach. Additionally, Diego has studied the workings of the body through holistic massage, acupressure, and traditional Thai massage. Diego was introduced to Yoga at a early age and since then it has become his vocation. Continuing to advance his practice both as a learner and a teacher, he completed yoga teacher training programs in Vinyasa Yoga, Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, Iyengar Yoga and has received the credentials as an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) with Yoga Alliance. Diego has been facilitating the 200hr TTC program over the last 5 years. The culmination of Diego's Yoga studies and teaching career over the last 8 years, has brought to life the 300hr integrated Yoga program. In 2009 he completed his first 200hr Yoga Teacher Training Course with the Shades of Yoga School. His personal practice led him to the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation (as taught by Yogi Bhajan) and he completed Level I Teacher Training with Pritam Khalsa & Har Bhajan in 2012. In 2015 he completed advanced teacher training (300hr) at the Kailash Tribal School in the Himalayas, focusing on Patanjali's yoga system, traditional Yoga philosophy and Ayurveda. Most recently, Diego completed a 3 year certification course with the Iyengar Yoga Centre Oudshroon (David Jacobs & Jürgen Meusel) an experience that allowed him to participate in Yoganusasanam 2014, an intensive 10 day yoga course with with Geetaji Iyengar. In the January of 2015 Diego had the opportunity to practice at the Iyengar Institute in Pune, India.My experience as a yoga teacher over the last 8 years has empowered me to integrate with the healing potential of yoga on all levels. Yoga has cultivated a more conscious and compassionate way of life within me. It is my intention to promote the holistic practice of yoga as a lifestyle, to maintain health and balance and promote optimum wellness.” Kundalini Legacy Teacher Pritamji Khalsa Pritam Khalsa and the master of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Yogi Bhajan Pritam Khalsa and her Husband Har Bhajan are legacy teachers being sent by the Master of Kundalini yoga, Yogi Bhajan, to South Africa to pioneer the teaching of Yogji's in our country. Pritam and Har Bhajan also are pioneers of vegetarian, whole and natural foods and natural health in South Africa. Setting up fruits and roots in the early eighties, out of which grew Earth Products. Pritam and Har Bhajan have been training teachers in Kundalini Yoga and meditation as taught by Yogi Bhajan, through the international Kundalini 3ho foundation. Currently living on a sustainable community farm, in Roberston, Western Cape, Pritam and Har Bhajan continue to inspire a lifestyle and practice of healthy, wholesome and ecologically sound living. www.kundaliniyoga.co.za | www.longvalleyfarm.co.za yurveda, Samkhya Philosophy teacher and music therapist Dr. Kanada Narahari Dr. Kanada Narahari acquired the degree BAMS (Ayurvedacharya) in February 2007. Since then he is serving thousands of people with authentic Ayurveda medicine in India, Nepal and South Africa. As his favourite quote, “Ayurveda is the philosophy of healthy life”. Being a well-known musician with sitar in hand, he practiced and given concerts in many places in India, Nepal and South Africa, and has incorporated music into meditation where sitar being played on the basis of Ragas with therapeutic approach, whereas patients and aspirants of yoga will sit and meditate in deep mesmerizing healing sounds of sitar.

Medicine in a hand and sitar in another hand then allowed him to experiment the healing properties of Classical Music and began to infuse music into his therapeutic practice. He developed an academic interest in all genres of music and today is widely recognized as a prominent music therapist.

More about the healing Yoga of Sound- Naada Yoga http://drkanadanarahari.com/2016/05/02/naada-yoga-a-new-dimension-for-the-raaga-based-music-therapy/ www.drkanadanarahari.com Dates for the training
Module 1 9 to 11 March
Module 2 23 to 25 March
Module 3 20 to 22nd April
Long Weekend Training 27 April to 1st May
Module 4 18 to 20th May
Module 5 1 to 3rd June
Module 6 8 to 10 June
Module 7 22 to 24 June
Module 8 6 to 8 July
Module 9 20 to 22 July
Module 10 27 to 29 July
Schedule for weekend modules
Friday 6-8pm Workshop
Saturday & Sunday 6-9am Practice
9-9:30am Breakfast
9:45- 11:45am Lecture
12- 1pm Lecture
1- 2pm Lunch
2-5pm Workshop
Fee Structure To secure your place on the training a *non-refundable deposit is to be paid. Different payment options are available. Course fee's are not refundable. Limited spaces are available and priority will be given to students embarking on the 300hr program. Note that no accommodation or food cost are included in the fees below. Full 300hrs Teacher Training Certificate
Once off payment
Early Registration After end of February
* Deposit R6000 *Deposit R6000
Once off payment R23 900 Once off payment R27 500
Total R29 900 Total R33 500
Flexible payment *Deposit R6000 R7500 per month x 4 200hrs Teacher Training Certificate
Once off payment
Early Registration After end of February
* Deposit R4500 * Deposit R4500
Once off payment R15 400 Once of payment R18 000
Total R19 900 Total R22 500
Flexible payment 200hrs Yoga and Ayurveda TTC
NB Module 1 & 5 are essential plus
*Deposit R4500 either long weekend + 5 modules
R5000 per month x 4 Or 7 individual modules
What the TTC includes
  • All contact hours for the required modules
  • Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology manual
  • Teaching manual and vinyasa scripts
  • All required notes
  • Online resources; e-books and manuals
  • Prop kit for alignment based yoga and restoratives
  • On completion of required hours and all other requirements are met, Yoga Teachers certification will be presented, accredited by Yoga Alliance.
Continuous Education / Supplementary Teacher Training
44hrs - Light on Yoga and Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Module 1 & 5 R6000
88hrs - Restorative Yoga, Pranayama and Womans Health Training Module 2,4,8,10 R12 000
44hrs - Kundalini, tantra and energetics of Yoga Training Module 3 & 7 R6000
50hrs – Integrating Ayurveda and Yoga Training Long Weekend Training R6500
Individual Weekend module R3500
Banking Details
Name: D Baldi
Bank: FNB Cheque
Acc. Number: 62191378390
Branch Code: 220128
Contact: Diego at 079 262 3877 (available on WhatsApp) or diego@innerwellnessstudio.com