February 15th to February 21st, 2016
23 CEU’s available
This introduction to Kundalini Tantra is a special retreat for spiritual healing, activation and transformation. It can be taken by yoga teachers seeking deeper internal practices and by newcomers looking to build a foundation of balance, integration and change.
The course follows a program of yogic practices from Kundalini Tantra written by Swami Satyananda Saraswati of the Bihar University in Mungyr, India. In this unique week long retreat, students will learn the scientific and experiential tools to achieve internal and external harmony as well as practice and learn the ancient Kundalini techniques that promote personal evolution. The afternoon section of this retreat will deliver a customized program to balance your Ayurvedic constitution.
Zac Occhiline has been studying and practicing yoga since 2000. He has been teaching Kundalini and Hatha yoga since 2004 including many of the basic Shatkarmas(yogic cleanses) and early sadhana. Zac has studied Ayurveda and integrated it as personal lifestyle through food and herbal healing for over a decade. Growing up in Sedona has given him a deep appreciation and love of wilderness, and the natural beauty of plants, animal and environs throughout the state. In addition, Zac is a faculty member for the following trainings:200 Hour Hatha, 200 Hour Kundalini Teacher Training, 300 Hour Yoga Therapy Program and the Chakra Intensive.
The course will begin on February 16th with an orientation from 4-6pm.
The retreat begins the following day as seen here:
8:30 a.m. Kundalini Tantra Practice
10:30 a.m. Kundalini Lecture
11:30 a.m. Nature Walk
12:30 p.m. Completion
$595 includes the morning segment of Kundalini Yoga for six days. The course has a limited number of participants, so please reserve early. An enrollment fee of $200 reserves your spot. You may pay by cash, credit card or check.
WHAT TO BRING
The weather in February is quite variable, as this is the high desert. Be prepared for warm days and cool nights. Bring appropriate yoga and non-yoga clothing, shoes, hiking gear, a journal, an alarm clock and a neti pot (if you have one). Although it is not a requirement, students are encouraged to bring white clothing in the honor of the Kundalini tradition. We are happy to answer any questions!