Insight Yoga Training – Level I with Sarah Powers
April 14 - April 23| $2300 - $2500 | REGISTER
This course is intended to deepen one’s understanding of the experiential, philosophical and practical application of yoga and meditation. It is intended for those with at least two years of practice or more. It is recommended that you have attended a prior teacher training course if you intend to teach this material, but is not essential for those interested in simply cultivating their own practice.
This intensive will strengthen one’s ability to teach/practice both a receptive Yin style and an active flow or Yang style of yoga with an interest in promoting a conducive inner environment for meditation. Please come with a basic understanding of the practices (having read Sarah’s book Insight Yoga), and a strong interest in committing to the further exploration of both yoga and meditation.
This is a 10 day 70-hour Yoga Alliance registered training.
Dates & Times: April 14, 2017 – April 23, 2017, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Early Bird Rate*: $2,300 (paid by March 1st, 2017) | Regular Tuition: $2,500
*No further discounts are available. All specialty training program tuition is non-transferable and non-refundable.
Bio: Sarah Powers began teaching in 1987. She is the founder and author of Insight Yoga, which interweaves the insights and practices of Yoga, Buddhism, Taoism, and Transpersonal Psychology into an integral practice to discover and enliven the body, heart and mind. Her yoga style blends both a Yin sequence of floor poses to enhance the meridian and organ systems, combined with an alignment-based slow flow or Yang practice, influenced by Viniyoga, Ashtanga, Iyengar teachings, and QI gong. Sarah feels that enlivening the physical and pranic bodies, as well as learning to meet our psychological reactivity is paramount for preparing one to deepen and nourish insights into one’s essential nature–a natural state of awareness. She has competed level 3 of Internal Family Systems Therapy training and been a student of Transpersonal Psychology for 28 years. She also draws from her in-depth training in the Vipassana, Tantric and Dzogchen practices of Buddhism. Her main influences have been Tsoknyi Rinpoche, Jennifer Welwood, Lama Tsultrim Allione, Bhante Gunaratana, Lama Pema Dorje, Stephen and Martine Batchelor, B. Alan Wallace, and Anam Thubten.
Sarah and her husband Ty Powers live in the San Francisco bay area and co direct the Insight Yoga Institute which offers 500+ hour trainings blending yoga, buddhism and psychology. To learn more about her see her dvd’s Insight Yoga: Mingling Heaven and Earth, as well her original dvd called Insight Yoga, and Yin and Vinyasa, and go to www.sarahpowers.com.
The yoga therapy components of our training are based on our expertise, not derived from our status as a RYS with Yoga Alliance Registry.