TEACHER TRAINING in SCANDINAVIA
Yoga Alliance certified training.
I am honored to be one of the teacher trainers in the 500 hr TT. I have been the representative ISHTA teacher in Scandinavia since 2010 and helped ISHTA grow a stronger prescence in Northern Europe. For me ISHTA is the perfect blend of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda techniques and fits the students who are out to create a strong spiritual yoga practice and to incorporate yoga as a model for their lifestyle.
ISHTA Yoga Scandinavia offers highly insightful yoga training where you get the unique opportunity to study with a true yoga master with over 50 years experience. ISHTA yoga lineage is a non-broken yoga tradition with thousands of years experience and knowledge of yoga, mind, body, energy and personal growth training from India.
ISHTA yogas master Yogiraj and his father Yogiraj Mani Finger founded this yoga tradition in the 1960´s together with their teachers; some of Indias most profound and well-renowned masters of yoga, Ayurveda, and Tantra. Their intention was to integrate all the different systems and teachings from two decades of study with famed yogis such as B.K.S Iyengar and Swami Nishraisananda and to bring yoga into the modern world.
ISHTA Yoga Scandinavia offers:
– ISHTA 200 hr teachers training each year in Sweden.
– a Bridge program for those coming from another yoga tradition wanting to bridge over to ISHTA.
– ISHTA 300 hr advanced training in 3 modules over one year with the start in the fall in Sweden each year.
– ISHTA Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra Training.
– ISHTA Yinyoga training.
– ISHTA Yoga Retreats in Europe and Scandinavia
For more info and registration, email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is ISHTA Yoga?
ISHTA stands for the Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantra, and Ayurveda; understanding more about these three key sciences of yoga will assist us in developing and sculpting the best yoga practice for each of us.
Hatha relates to the physical body. In practicing a sequence of asanas (postures) and pranayama (breathing techniques), we start to open the body’s channels so that energy can flow freely and we can begin to enjoy the feeling of bringing the body back into balance.
Tantra comes from the root words tanoti (”expansion”) and trayati (”liberation”). In ISHTA, tantra refers to the oneness between the individual and the universe (often likened to a drop of water in the ocean), and the ability to expand and liberate the individual consciousness in order to connect to our inherent divinity. We practice tantra by using breathing and meditative techniques that expand our awareness of the more subtle aspects of being.
Ayurveda is the science of life; specifically, what keeps us alive. Prana is the body’s life force and it is uniquely manifested in every individual. If we can understand how prana interacts with five key elements (air, space, fire, water, and earth), then we can begin to understand our body’s constitution. Knowing what makes us tick and, importantly, what doesn’t, is how Ayurveda restores balance and ultimately brings us back to optimal health and well-being.
An ISHTA class brings together asana to stretch, strengthen, balance, and release the physical body; pranayama with visualization to still and quiet the mind; and meditation to expand our awareness, with the goal of releasing energy and liberating consciousness.
What about the ISHTA teachers training?
The ISHTA Teacher Training programs provide a comprehensive foundation for all aspects of yoga: a uniquely modern, individualized, and integrated approach to this ancient science. Through in-depth asana practice, posture labs, practice teaching, anatomy, and lectures on a wide variety of topics, the ISHTA-trained practitioner is rendered fluent in all aspects of yoga. We provide exclusive and copyrighted manuals and are a Yoga Alliance-registered curriculum. Every ISHTA trainee has the opportunity to explore, learn, and teach, as well as enhance and enrich his or her own personal practice.