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Our Next 300 Hour Module is open to all our 200-Hour Graduates, those interested in an ISHTA Subtle Body Immersion course (Bridge Program required*), and anyone looking to refresh their knowledge!

The Physical Body Module

October 16 – 18, 20 – 23 2019
Wed–Fri, Sat off, Sun – Wed: 8:00am-5:15pm with a one-hour lunch break

From a Tantric perspective, the physical body is made up of different densities of energy, which lead back to pure consciousness.  In this module, we will explore advanced yoga postures, sequencing, anatomy and physiology through an ISHTA lens. Learn how to teach to the individual in an intelligent, inclusive, and authentic way. Topics of study include but are not limited to:

  • Posture Labs
  • Advanced Topics in Sequencing
  • Advanced Topics in Breath and Relaxation
  • ISHTA Therapeutics
  • Advanced Injury Management
  • Yoga and Neurophysiology
  • Advanced Topics in Prenatal

Requirements: Completion of ISHTA 200-hour Teacher Training, or other 200-hour Training and ISHTA Immersion

Each lecture is taught by a Master teacher with over 15 years’ experience in teaching yoga.  Learn how to embody ancient wisdom in modern day life.

Requirements for this course: Completion of ISHTA Immersion or 200-hour ISHTA Teacher Training

Early Bird Rate (until 6 weeks before each module): $3350 Regular: $3600

Individual Modules:
Early Bird Rate (until 6 weeks before each module): $1200 each
Regular Rate: $1500 each

Note: You can enroll in the modular training any time, and start and finish with any module.

For more information, email: TT@ishtayoga.com 
To learn more about our 300-Hour Modular Teacher Training click here.

The two other modules in our 300-Hour Modular Teacher Training include the following:

The Art  of Touch Module: Feb 24- 28, 2020; March 2 – 6, 2020 

In this 10-day immersion, we will explore the nuanced practice of giving hands-on adjustments to all body types. The art of touch requires mastery and sensitivity, and the ISHTA approach is one that integrates constant practice, feedback, and intuition. 

Physiologically, our hands occupy about 30% of the sensory cortex in the brain. From an energetic perspective, they are the transmitters of Shakti, which is the mother-nature force the governs us. The hands also relate to the heart and throat chakras, so how we touch relates to both how we feel and how we communicate. Learn how to apply the principles of ISHTA yoga and the seven segments of alignment to hands-on adjustments, enhancing both your teaching and your connection to your students. 

Requirements: Completion of ISHTA 200-hour Teacher Training, or other 200-hour Training and ISHTA Immersion 

Module 3: Philosophy and TheSubtle Body: June 2229, 2020

In this 7 day immersion, we will provide you with the timeless wisdom of yoga philosophy and the subtle body in an accessible and modern-day approach.  Learn ancient and authentic pranayama and meditation techniques to help you gain clarity, reduce stress, and open up to an expanded vision of your true self and your life’s purpose. Topics of study include, but are not limited to:

  • Tantric View of the Sutras
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Ayurveda and Sequencing
  • How to Teach to the Doshas
  • Advanced Pranayama and Meditation Techniques
  • The Bhagavad Gita
  • Ayurveda: Self Care + Therapeutics
  • Advanced Tantra Philosophy