Yoga Trainings and Workshops

Advanced registration is required in our Yoga Trainings and Workshops. Don’t delay!
Please register by 2 weeks of the program start date as classes without minimum registration will be canceled. Some classes offer early discounts that you won’t want to miss.

Listed below are our current offerings in order of date. If PYTT is indicated, you must have a basic 200-hour certification to register and the course can be applied toward your advanced training hours, though there are some instances where exceptions are made. These and other workshops, “Open to All”, may be attended by anyone in the community for personal growth.

 

Hansa Knox

Mondays with Hansa: Deepening Practices

Join Hansa as she explores different tools, concepts, or more. Often open to all or part of our PYTT trainings, this special series ‘Mondays with Hansa’ always gives you an opportunity to GROW YOUR YOGA! Follow the link to find out about the current offering.

Three sessions of 10 hours each, meeting weekly on Monday, are offered -OR- you may register for the whole series with all sessions and a weekend included (link to see more). These are part of our training (PYTT) or approval of the Instructor is required.

 
1st session: Deepening Practices: Foundations
November 2 – 23 
 
2nd session: Deepening Practices: Exploring Tools and Yoga Therapy vs Yoga Teaching
November 30 – December 21 
 
3rd session: Deepening Practices: An Overview of Classical Texts
January 4 – 25 

Deepening Practices: Maturing the Foundations (PYTT)

November 2 – January 25
Required for Yoga Therapy training in 2021
Don’t delay to submit your application
includes three 4-week sessions and Subtle Body Anatomy weekend

Link through to see all 5 registration options, each individual session or the whole series

Join Hansa in this review of the following sessions.

 
Deepening Practices: Foundations
November 2 – 23 — PYTT 10 CE hours
Meets weekly on Monday
 
Deepening Practices: Exploring Tools and Yoga Therapy vs Yoga Teaching
November 30 – December 21 — PYTT 10 CE hours
Meets weekly on Monday
 
Deepening Practices: An Overview of Classical Texts
January 4 – 25 — PYTT 10 CE hours
Meets weekly on Monday
 
Esoteric Anatomy Weekend, a component of Deepening Practices, with Hansa
January 23 & 24 — PYTT 15 CE hours
 
Nov3 meditation

Centering In Midst of Uncertainty

November 3, Tuesday
9 – 9:45 a.m. MST
Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86084973927

A FREE zoom meditation offering connection to your inherent nature.

Join these 4 friends: Hansa, John Vosler, Priti Chanda Klco, and Jeremy Wolf.

Contemplative Yoga Teacher Training

New schedule coming for January 14, 2021 
a 10-month training
Applications due mid-December

Our program goes above and beyond most basic trainings of 200 hours; it offers an additional 65 hours built in to help you hone your yoga teaching skills and develop a deep personal practice while addressing a complete curriculum. It’s purpose is to introduce the foundations for teaching yoga and developing a yogasana class. Our program has deep roots in the Kripalu tradition and classical yogasana techniques offering an inclusive experience of the spiritual foundations within a traditional yoga practice. Taught by Mary-Ann and Sandy. 

 

Deepen your Yoga Practice based on Jyotish (PYTT)

February 6 & 7, 2021

Join Helgrid and Amit for a weekend that gives an understanding of how our Karma, as seen through our horoscope, helps us in our Yoga practice. Our chart tells us who we are as an individual. Our Yoga practice should also play to that individuality. Jyotish can help us individualize our Yoga practice.

My Body Says What! Body Reading for Yoga Therapists

February 20 & 21, 2021
APD credit for C-IAYT
FOR Yoga Therapists
Advanced Yoga Teachers with Instructor approval

Join Hansa to explore reading the physical and subtle energies of a client’s body. We will look at the ancient teachings and how they may be interpreted that allows the body to become a Silent Communicator. The information will be translated to the practical applications of reading a yoga therapy client’s body for the purposes of understanding the client and knowing limitations to provide adaptive protocol, and ultimately, to support our awareness of what impact our yoga therapy guidance has on their body, mind, emotions and Spirit.

PranaYoga Cikitsa: Yoga Therapist Training

*new date*: Begins August 7-8, 2021
Note: Deepening Practices is a prerequisite
Applications due in advance to evaluate your advanced education

The PranaYoga Cikitsa (Sanskrit for therapy) training is the most extensive training program offered in the United States.  It is a 1370-hour training integrating the philosophy of yoga and Kashmir Shaivism with structural yoga, ayurveda, and multiple tools of yoga that includes, but is not limited to, an overview of:  asana, pranayama, meditation, mudra, mantra, pratipaksha bhavana, yoga nidra, jyotisha, color therapy, mitahara (diet), vihara, vastu shastra, ritual, yoga nidra svadyayam and others. Taught by Hansa, Helgrid and Anandi.

Regarding the following:

Our intention is to offer these Yoga Trainings & Workshops and yet we are weighing the impact before making final decisions about rescheduling due to the coronavirus. 
We’ll roll this over as things regarding the COVID-19 pandemic evolve.

Best Practices in Physical Application of Yoga Therapy (PYTT)

Postponed due to the current pandemic 
This is an in-person offering 

Join Priti as she shares best practices that offer principles and techniques to support life-long vibrancy for practitioners, as well as empowering practitioners and teachers to utilize touch and physical assistance to catalyze and transmit the experience of integration.

Supporting Students with Props (PYTT)

Postponed due to the current pandemic 
This is an in-person offering 

Join Sandy and Mary-Ann for this continuing education class specifically focused on the use of external props. Working with props adds variety and a new way to explore awareness of the body — the silent communicator of the Spirit. Join us as we deepen the experience of integrating props as a tools for exploring the multiple dimensions of yogāsana.