Integral Yoga Teacher Training

Here is a wonderful opportunity to deepen your practice, become thoroughly grounded in Yoga and effectively share these great teachings with others.

“I am not sure how to convey the impact that TT has had on my life – I was going in with no expectations really, and what I got was a new way of engaging with life. …Integral Yoga Teacher Training will give you what you need, even if you don’t know now what that would be, you just need to show up and your life will be beautifully transformed.”  – Amrita

In this comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training you will acquire the skills necessary for instructing Integral Yoga Hatha, the basic class taught to thousands of students at Integral Yoga Institutes and around the world, and utilized by Dr. Dean Ornish in his groundbreaking work in reversing heart disease.

The Training is comprehensive, giving you a solid foundation in Asana Practice and Instruction, Meditation, and Pranayama.

This concentrated program is designed so you can still maintain family and work responsibilities.
Classes meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30-9:30, and on many Sundays from 8am to 4pm. There is also a 3-day Weekend Retreat.

For the Registration Form, the full calendar schedule, information about the instructors, the different payments plans and more…

go to:www.TGRyoga.com

“Being able to take the TT course was one of the best things I ever did for myself. I learned so much, not only the asanas, but how to apply them in my daily life. I feel I can always come back to the strength, the peace and the stillness whenever I feel out of balance. Learning the Yoga Sutres has given me more wisdom as to how I know I should be. Learning to meditate has been powerful for me, too. It has given me a calmness I never had before, learning to let go and not be attached to outcomes. And I have made friends that I know I will keep forever. On top of all that, being able to teach at the Institute and at my home and share this knowledge has been wonderful for me. I will always be grateful.” – Vera

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