Advanced Training Is In Session
We are thrilled to be back in Tucson, AZ for the first half of Advanced Teacher Training. We were just here in March for Practice & Teaching Week, so in some ways it feels like we never left.
For the Advanced training, we will spend 2 1/2 weeks together in person. Then we will go our separate ways. Next April, the same group will meet again for the second 2 1/2 week session.
The purpose for the break is to give the trainees the opportunity to integrate what they've learned from the first session. They will each have a plan for their personal practice, homework assignments and a reading assignment. They will each have a meditation or pranayama practice which they commit to practicing daily.
This training is meant to develop teaching techniques but with a strong emphasis on personal practice and development. We examine texts, philosophies, critical thinking and fallacies, in order to examine how we relate to our idea of the self and the outside world.
Over the five weeks of training, we will practice and study several meditation techniques in order to become familiar with different methods of working with the mind. We will practice teaching exercises to better understand how we use our voice and how we are energetically perceived by our students or those with whom we interact.
The days are long and full!
We are humbled to be with such an advanced group of yogis. We look forward to this process and what unfolds as we unpack it day by day.
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Scott & Ida are Yoga Acharyas (Masters of Yoga). They are scholars as well as practitioners of yogic postures, breath control and meditation. They are the head teachers of Ghosh Yoga.
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