Yoga Teacher Training 2014-2015

This is part one of a two-part series on Intuition. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti   Part 2: The initiate takes the plunge Have you been in a yoga class where the instructor has said, “be your own teacher?” They’re telling us to find and be guided by our own inner wisdom. Not to mimic...
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This is part one of a two-part series on Intuition. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti Part 1: Addicted to wanting to know When learning a trade, a language, or perhaps when we’re next in line to carry the torch of a lineage such as yoga, or other spiritual tradition, it makes sense to have a...
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Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti I live in a yoga class desert in Goa. There are lots of teacher training programs, but as far as I know, the closest public asana class is 40 minutes away, at 7am, twice per week. Unfortunately for me, I find it difficult to maintain a personal daily asana practice....
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I am very happy to finally announce the new Parimukti Yoga Therapy Training for yoga teachers and health professionals. Many people over the years have come to me asking to treat them for migraine, or pain or some other problems which they were not completely happy treating with western medicine. While we continue offering Level 1, 200hrs Yoga...
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This is a mini series on compassion. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti Part 3: Compassion fatigue and our social identity  When you engage with current affairs do you feel angry, sorrow, or exhaustion? The refugee crisis happening across the Middle East, income and racial disparity, abuse of our planet Earth? Or if you’re like me, and...
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Some days you just feel overwhelmed by gratitude. Today is one of these days for me. One of the students giving her exam class started her class today with the following quote from Marcel Proust: Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. First...
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One of the most amazing things about organising the yoga & meditation teacher trainings is the great variety of people from many amazing cultures that come together. For one month, going through a life changing experience together. It is great to learn about other cultures and realising certain conditioning, behaviour and thought patterns that you...
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Bring your own mat. Over the month of a teacher training you spend more time on the mat than in your bed, so make sure its a good one. I think the key to a decent mat is one that is grippy so you don’t get slippy. There are some really great recycled rubber ones...
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I have always believed that regardless of culture we are all the same. When I moved to Australia from Ireland it was the first time I was immersed in a different one. It felt so ‘foreign’ to me. I didn’t understand the humour, the politics, the lifestyle and I was made aware that I sounded...
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Ah the life of a yogi.. It may seem chill, full of herbal tea and enriched with chia seeds, but in actual fact we face real problems.. An average day on the mat.. -You wakeup early,  bundle on every layer of your ethnic hippy cloth only to reach the mat and have to de-robe yourself...
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