Meets weekly on Tuesday from 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
(times are MST)
Early registration discounts available
Online through Zoom
The program offers insights into the use of marma points for yoga therapists and yoga teachers. Marma points are the junction of nadī, or energy conduits in the body that supports rebalancing and integration. In using marma to enhance āsana, you’ll find that it works on all levels: the body, mind, Spirit, doṣa and sub-doṣa reconnect bringing harmony and balance.
Sections of the course will review Marma in different regions of the body. We will apply marma cikitsā tools for clients to use to bring balance and maintain harmony in their wellness journey. We will also explore alignment in āsana, allowing students to enhance their health through a regular āsana practice.
About the Instructor:
Hansa Knox, C-IAYT, LMT, KCYT left the corporate world in 1988 and received her Yoga certification at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Continuing to study, she explores Vedic Chanting, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, and other Yoga tools. Yoga is the ‘bright star’ in her life. Through it, she has found tools for enhancing her understanding of her world. This has offered her insights into the collaboration of the Body, Mind, and Spirit. She is a Holistic Lifestyle Facilitator and her therapeutic work includes Yoga Therapy and Massage. Hansa is dedicated to offering excellent trainings for yoga teachers.
PranaYoga Teacher Training
Grow Your Yoga
Deepen Your Practice
300-hour trainings are typically the next step for teachers. We offer the option to attain that and more, with more than 1000 hours of optional classes available. You must have a 200 RYT equivalent certification before you can register. Courses can be used as continuing education.
Sample of topics include these and more:
Advanced Core Basics
Chakra, Tantra, and Esoteric Anatomy
Hatha Yoga Classical Texts incl. Patanjali Yoga Sutras Yoga
Ayurveda for Yogasana Class
Sample of special interest courses include:
Yoga as Therapy