|Ramaswami with Krishnamacharya, he studied with him for over 30 years.|
Please feel free to send me any questions if your considering the course a few have already, more than happy to share my own experience of the course and logistics.
See this post from earlier in the year for pictures, videos and feedback from previous years.
Vinyasa Krama Yoga
200-hour Teacher Training with Srivatsa Ramaswami
The teacher training program, which is registered with Yoga Alliance®, is open to those seeking intense study in the Traditional Yoga as learned from the legendary Yogi Sri T. Krishnamacharya. This 200-hour program will impart a comprehensive and in-depth grounding to Traditional Yoga as learned from Krishnamacharya. The complete Vinyasa Krama series, the entire range of sequences, numbering about 700 with important pranayama, chanting and meditation methods taught by Krishnamacharya, will be explored.
Through the process of learning-by-doing, each student will understand and perform the basic contours and flow of a comprehensive Hatha Yoga practice. By experiencing each sequence of poses, and by practicing for several hours each day, the student will see steady improvement in his or her own practice, and learn helpful tips for teaching others. Students who do not intend to pursue the certificate are welcome to enroll in one or more of the Vinyasa Krama courses for their own personal enrichment.
Following the guidelines outlined by Yoga Alliance® for registered 200-hour teacher training programs, this program qualifies participants to register for the 200-hour credential, as verified by the instructor.
Required Coursework and Schedule. This teacher training program runs five consecutive weeks in the Summer semester. Classes meet in the morning, afternoon and evening daily. Courses with the prefix YGPX completed during teacher training program may be applied towards the Yoga Philosophy professional certificate program.
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Course descriptions and schedule
Course and program requirements, schedules and tuition are subject to change; and additional fees may be incurred for books and materials. Please check the Web site or contact the Center for updated information. Click here to review all policies prior to enrollment.
Questions? Contact the Center for Religion and Spirituality at (310) 338-2799 or email@example.com, or contact the program facilitator, Amparo Denney, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Students may enroll in the full teacher training program by enrolling in YGPX 900, or each class individually.