Integrate and align all aspects of your being to experience your fullest potential. The Koshas are one of the maps in Yoga used to illuminate the multi dimensional layers of our being. Fully revealing and developing these layers promotes optimal health and well being. In this course, we will examine how physical alignment, energetic alignment, mental and emotional alignment play a crucial role towards experiencing wholeness. We will explore the effects of posture, thought, breath and meditation on our physiology which leads to an integration and harmonization of our psychology. Discover wholeness through pranayama, meditation, asana and structural integration. Through exploration of science and traditional wisdom you will gain a clear understanding of the best practices to balance, align and integrate all layers of your being.
This course is designed to be completed at your own pace from the comfort of your home.
This intensive taught by Adi Amar and Audrey Smith and is being offered as an online self study course. You may apply 50 hours towards a 200 or 500 hour Yoga Teacher Certification accredited by Yoga Alliance. CEU’s also available.
Due to Covid -19 we have moved all of our in person trainings online. We are in line with the current educational industry standards. Yoga Alliance has extended the temporary online teaching exemption allowing for Registered Yoga Schools (RYS) to offer in person contact hours via virtual format through the end of December 2020.
Who: Anyone with an interest and willingness to understand how yoga affects our physiology to experience joy, balance, overall health and well being.
Hours can be applied toward a Yoga Teacher Training certificate or Continuing Education Units (CEU) accredited by Yoga Alliance.
This amazing online yoga course contains over 60 video lessons comprised of:
Adi Amar was introduced to yoga in 1994 and has been studying and practicing yoga sincerely since the age of 15. She completed her first formal training in 2001 at Mount Madonna under the guidance of Baba Hari Das.
Adi was hooked by the practice of Yoga as a mental, emotional, and physical healing system. In 1998, Adi had the fortunate experience to practice with Tim Miller and was instantly drawn to the Ashtanga Yoga method. After years of dedicating herself to the Ashtanga practice she began exploring other methods that would assist her in healing a major knee injury from skiing.
She started studying Iyengar Yoga and integrated a slower approach to her practice and teaching. As a result, Adi weaves detailed alignment within Vinyasa style yoga classes. Adi believes that consistent practice with open awareness is the window into reorganizing old mental patterns and tendencies that have been knowingly or unknowingly ingrained into how we operate and experience life. Through utilizing technologies for well being, Adi strives to inspire a passion for regular practice and taking responsibility for one’s own experience of living life to the fullest. Adi offers methods for individuals to extend his/her own growth and wisdom within inspiring classes that integrate the spiritual and philosophical teachings of Yoga.
Audrey Smith is a certified Therapeutic Bodyworker, Structural Integrator (a.k.a. Rolfing) and Craniosacral Therapist, specializing in an array of massage modalities. Audrey is also a dedicated yoga practitioner rooted in the Ashtanga tradition and currently studying in the Iyengar tradition. She has also studied Nutritional Therapy. Audrey believes that health is inherent to the human body. She also believes that knowledge is power, when coupled with curiosity and humility. She herself is a perpetual student. This passion for learning gives her the opportunity to absorb knowledge, and create a thriving healthcare practice founded upon a balance of science and traditional wisdom. Through exploration of anatomy and physiology, and experiential learning, each of us is empowered to know ourselves in our multidimensional existence. Audrey‘s family has had a residence in Jackson Hole since the 1940s, and she has been a full-time resident in Wilson since 2001. She holds a deep love for nature and wild places. She is an explorer and athlete, and an active participant in her community.