Kundalini Yoga Training

POLICY CATALOGUE

August 1 – August 16 2015

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Licensed by the State of Arizona for private post secondary education,  all of our training programs are based on national educational standards and are registered with Yoga Alliance.

Our 200 Hour Kundalini Teacher training program is made up of 2 educational modules. Module I is a 2-week Kundalini Yoga Immersion (135 hours) that emphasizes the scientific and experiential tools to achieve internal and external harmony while practicing  and learn to teach the ancient Kundalini techniques that promote personal evolution.  It can be taken by yoga teachers seeking deeper internal practices and by newcomers looking to build a classical kundalini yoga foundation of balance integration and transformation. This immersion when combined with Module II –  the Chakra Yoga Intensive (65 hours),  forms a rich experience of the best of Kundalini Yoga traditions and upon completion a student will receive a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certificate from 7 Centers.

Module II –  Chakra Yoga Intensive     August 18-25, 2015. To learn more click here.

SCHEDULE

The Orientation will begin on Saturday, August 1 at 9:00am. The immersion course  begins Sunday, August 2, as seen here:

4:50am: Kundalini Tantra Sadhana
7:00am: Ayurvedic Breakfast
7:45am: Karma Yoga
8:30am: Morning
9:00am: Kundalini Philosophy & Kriyas
12:00pm: Ayurvedic Lunch
1:00pm: Meditation Walk
1:30pm: Yoga Nidra
2:00pm Afternoon lecture (Yoga Sutras, Anatomy & Physiology, Ayurveda)
4:30pm: Kirtan
5:00pm Completion
Weekends will follow a special schedule. The first Sunday, is a day off so that students can attend to personal business and integrate the teachings of the week.

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES

Extensive and in-depth teacher training manuals based upon the Chakra and Kundalini curricula are included in tuition costs for the Module I Kundalini Immersion and Module II Chakra Intensive. Kundalini Immersion student tuition also includes Kundalini Tantra by Swami Satyananda Saraswati. The classic guide, Ayurveda, The Science of Self-Healing by Dr. Vasant Lad is included in tuition and required reading before starting their training. Additional optional books and manuals will be available for purchase during the training.

TUITION

$2700 tuition includes: Ayurvedic breakfast and lunch during the week, study manuals and book. Students who meet the course requirements including 100% attendance will receive a certificate of completion for 135 hours at the end of the course.

The course has a limited number of participants, so please reserve early. An enrollment fee of $200 reserves your place. You may pay by cash, check or by credit card. The full fee is due 30 days before the start of the course.

STEPS TO REGISTER

1. Fill out an Application form: VIEW/PRINT AN APPLICATION FORM HERE and submit via email or mail.
2. Upon receipt of your application we will confirm in an EMAIL containing an Enrollment and Student Intake Form. Please complete these forms, review the necessary documents, SIGN and include the $200 course deposit. Submit via email or mail.
3. Upon receipt of your these forms and deposit, we will mail you an Orientation Package including a list of available housing options, required textbooks and supplies, and the included text ‘Practical Ayurveda’ by Dr. Vasant Lad. Please review the orientation package thoroughly and come prepared on the first day of your training at 9am.

HOUSING

We can help arrange housing with friends and families of 7 Centers. A student can expect to pay an average of $400 for the two weeks, including utilities for a room and bathroom with access to kitchen facilities for evening meals. Other housing options may be available such more economical, shared spaces or high end accommodations. Upon receiving your registration form we will send you the names and contact numbers for potential housing situations. All financial agreements will be made directly with them.

WHAT TO BRING

Sedona weather in August can be hot with occasional afternoon monsoons.   Bring appropriate yoga and non-yoga (casual) clothing, shoes, hiking gear, a journal, a working alarm clock, and a neti pot (if you have one). Although it is not a requirement, students are encouraged to bring white clothing for the 3HO style yoga practices .

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