200-Hour PranaVayu Yoga Teacher Training with
David Magone at Karma Newbury St.
David Magone at Karma Newbury St.
Are you ready to change your body AND free your mind? Join us at Karma Newbury Street for one of Boston’s most comprehensive 200-hour vinyasa teacher trainings!
Guided by PranaVayu Yoga founder David Magone, with special appearances by Harvard University Buddhist Chaplain Lama Migmar Tseten and myyogaonline.com co-founder Kreg Weiss, this foundational training will give you all the tools necessary to transform in ways that you might never have thought possible.
Through dedicated hard work, practice, and study, you will experience the ways in which our innovative training system can help you rapidly cultivate a strong and flexible body, a positive and courageous mental outlook, and the strength of heart required to lead others on their path to awakening and peace.
With its emphasis on small group exercises, information creation practices, and experiential learning, this program is unlike any yoga teacher training offered today.
Over the course of this program you will learn:
- Specialized training methods that can help you radically improve strength and flexibility in as little as one single practice.
- An empowering life philosophy that can be used to transform both positive and negative experiences into tools for deeper insight and awakening.
- A series of millenia-old meditations that will show you how to consciously cultivate an open heart and a peaceful mind Yoga sequencing technologies that can be used to construct thousands of unique and highly efficient yoga classes for beginning and intermediate students.
- The art of postural assisting.
- The basics of Periodization – A favorite technique of Olympic Gold Medalists that will help you realize your peak potential by learning to work smarter rather than harder.
- A proprietary alignment system that can be used to safely position any posture that you will ever encounter in a yoga class.
- The basics of human anatomy and physiology.
Highlights of the program include:
A fun and engaging experiential learning format:
Just as we learn how to swim by swimming, how to draw by drawing and to sing by singing, the best way to become a good yoga teacher is to actually teach classes. To help you develop your teaching skills, you will be given plenty of time to engage in exercises that will help you practice doing all of the things that will be required of you as a professional yoga teacher.
A supportive group-learning environment:
A strong emphasis on information creation
Creating new materials is one of the best ways to integrate new knowledge and skills into your memory banks. With this in mind, our training will encourage you to create new neural connections through yoga sequence creation, group presentations, and fun interactive exercises that engage your whole body and mind
about DAVID MAGONE: David is the Founder of PranaVayu Yoga, a school of yoga established in 2001. David’s classes have been named in Travel + Leisure Magazine’s “25 Top Yoga Studios Around the World”. Known as a “teacher’s teacher”, David has been leading teacher training programs since 2005, with hundreds of graduates in the United States and the Middle East. David’s popular online classes have a global outreach with over a million video views recorded to date on the popular Gaiam website Myyogaonline.com.
David has received a number of accolades in the press with features in Vogue Magazine UK, the Wall Street Journal, Self Magazine, Women’s Health and many other publications. In addition to teaching PranaVayu classes, workshops and trainings worldwide, David regularly contributes to the Huffington Post Healthy Living section, and is one of the few western teachers authorized to teach Mangalam Yantra Yoga by Harvard University Buddhist Chaplain Khenpo Migmar Tseten Rinpoche.
about KREG WEISS: Kreg acquired his Yoga certification in 2002 following several successful years of venturing in the wellness industry as a personal trainer, group fitness trainer, and national competitive athlete. Kreg has been able to complement his teaching practice with additional studies in Kinesiology and Health Sciences at the University of British Columbia. Striving to share his passion for Yoga, Kreg was inspired in 2004 to co-create MyYogaOnline.com, which has grown to become a thriving production company and the leading global resource for online yoga videos.
About LAMA MIGMAR TSETEN Lama Migmar Tseten was born in Tibet in 1956. In 1980, he received the Acharya degree from the Tibetan Institute at Varanasi, where he was recognized for academic achievement by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In addition to his roles as Buddhist chaplain at Harvard University and director of the Sakya Institute of Buddhist Studies in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Lama Migmar has also served as the head of the Sakya Main Monastery at Puruwala, India, and Sakya Center at Rajpur, India.
Karma Yoga Studio, 338 Newbury Street, Boston.
Dates and Times:
Module I – October 18 – 26th, 2014: Sequencing, alignment, assists, anatomy, and fundamentals of class creation.
Module II – February 7 – 15, 2015: Teaching practicum, philosophy of PranaVayu Yoga and meditation retreat.
8am to 7pm daily, with a one hour break for lunch.
Deposit: $500 (this will be deducted from the full cost of the program),
Total program cost, including course materials: $3,200
Cancellations: Should you need to cancel your space before September 1, 2014, a full refund will be given less a $500 security deposit. After September 1, 2014, no refunds will be given. Payments are however transferable if you are able to find someone to take your space by the beginning of the program.