200-Hour Summer Intensive 2018

Integral Yoga 200-Hour Summer Intensive Teacher Training

June 25–July 27, 2018
Taught by Kali Morse and Rashmi Galliano with a special guest workshop taught by Swami Asokananda. Anatomy and physiology curriculum taught by Jason Ray Brown.

This respected program has been developed and refined over 40-plus years. Its purpose goes beyond making a person a Yoga teacher; it provides an excellent foundation for an extensive knowledge of Yoga. Complete instruction in how to teach Integral Yoga® Level I is its basis. This includes:

  • Hatha Yoga postures
  • Pranayama (breathing practices)
  • Meditation and deep relaxation

Considerable attention is given to many other aspects of Yoga so that all graduates have both a practical and a philosophical understanding of the full scope of its teachings and practices. Among the subjects are:

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Yogic diet and nutrition
  • Raja Yoga (psychology of mind)
  • Karma Yoga (selfless service)
  • Bhakti Yoga (devotion)
  • Jnana Yoga (self-analysis)
  • Sanskrit language

Participants also learn how to organize and initiate classes for professional groups and organizations. Finally, teacher trainees will refine and deepen their personal practices of asanas, pranayama, and meditation.

The Integral Yoga® system of Hatha Yoga is utilized, along with other lifestyle changes, by Dr. Dean Ornish in his book Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease.

Retreat
The training includes a 3-day retreat at beautiful Menla Mountain Retreat in Phoenicia, N.Y., where you will be immersed in nature, yoga, meditation, and superb vegetarian meals and many amenities as you experience the traditions of ashram life that have been at the heart of Integral Yoga for many decades.

Certification and Yoga Alliance Affiliation
Graduates receive a diploma certifying them to teach Integral Yoga Level I classes either at the Institute or elsewhere. Certification is not automatic, however: all trainees must qualify through a series of thorough tests. Graduates receive well beyond the basic 200 hours needed for being a registered Yoga teacher of the Yoga Alliance.

Admissions
Applicants need not be adepts of Hatha Yoga. Applicants should, however, have at least six months’ experience with practicing Hatha Yoga and experience with the Integral Yoga Level I class. The course is demanding. Much material is covered, requiring serious application, home study, and, most important, regular attendance.

Tuition
Tuition is $3,750 and includes the Integral Yoga Basic Teacher’s Manual, all textbooks, and the weekend retreat including round trip transportation.  A deposit of $250 is required along with the application form; the balance is due on the first day of classes. A two-installment payment plan is available for a onetime fee of $50. After the training begins, there are no refunds.

  • Save $300 when you register by Friday, June 1, 2018.
  • Upon acceptance into the program, participants may take all yoga classes at Integral Yoga Institute free of charge for the duration of the training program and for 30 days before the program start date .
  • Teacher trainees will also receive a 10 percent discount on purchases at the Integral Yoga Shop, Integral Yoga Natural Foods and Integral Yoga Natural Apothecary, and for treatments at Integral Yoga Wellness Spa for the duration of the training program.

How to Apply
To apply for admission, please fill out the application form, include a brief personal essay, and send it along with a deposit of $250 payable to the Integral Yoga Institute. You will be contacted by phone for an acceptance interview with the primary trainer.

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  • Application Deadline: June 18, 2018
  • We encourage students to submit their applications as early as possible. Applications received after the deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Schedule
Monday–Friday, June 25–July 27*
9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. each day
*No Class Wednesday, July 4
Summer trainees must take their qualifying exams by the end of August. Out of town visitors should plan to stay in New York for at least one additional week beyond the end of the formal training.

3-Day Retreat 
TBA at Menla Mountain Retreat Center

Prerequisite
Six months’ Yoga practice and interview with primary trainer before acceptance

Yoga Alliance Hours
200


Teacher Bios

Rashmi Galliano, E-RYT 500, RPYT, is a certified Hatha II, and Hatha III, Gentle, and Prenatal Integral Yoga teacher and has been teaching at IYI since 2006. Dianne certified as a teacher of Prana Yoga with Jeff Migdow, M.D., through the Open Center in New York City; of Vinyasa Yoga with Stephanie Keach in Asheville, North Carolina; of Yoga Anatomy with Leslie Kaminoff at the Breathing Project in New York City; and of “Relax and Renew” Yoga through Judith Lasater. She has training in Reiki levels 1 and 2 from Tom Capshew.

KaliMorse2013Kali Morse, E-RYT 500, RPYT, C-IAYT, is director of the Teacher Training programs at the New York Integral Yoga Institute. Kali’s dedication and service to the art of yoga spans 4 decades. She has taught yoga in many settings including schools, colleges, hospitals, businesses, etc. She is certified to teach Integral Hatha Levels I, II, and III, Meditation, Raja Yoga, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga, Children’s Yoga, and Therapeutic Yoga.

Jason_BrownJason Ray Brown, E-RYT 500, LMT, is a certified Yoga teacher and licensed massage therapist with a private practice on the Upper West Side. He has taught Yoga at Integral Yoga Institute, OM Yoga, Yoga Works, Pure Yoga, and Zenyasa Yoga and has led Yoga teacher trainings at OM Yoga and Zenyasa Yoga. Jason enjoys teaching anatomy for Yoga teachers and regularly leads anatomy workshops and trainings in New York and internationally. www.jasonraybrown.com

SwamiAsokanandaSwami Asokananda, a monk since 1973, is one of Integral Yoga’s foremost teachers, known for his warmth, intelligence, and good humor. His teaching comes out of his own practice and experience, since he has absorbed the wisdom of his guru, Sri Swami Satchidananda, since the age of 19. While he enjoys sharing the practical wisdom of the Yogic philosophy (especially that of the great Indian scripture the Bhagavad Gita), he also loves his practice of Hatha Yoga and is one of our primary instructors for Intermediate and Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training. In the past, he has served as the president of Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville® and Integral Yoga® International; he is currently the president of the New York Integral Yoga Institute.
YALogo200 Integral Yoga Institute offers a comprehensive Yoga Alliance–registered Teacher Training program consisting of more than 200 class hours.

Open House

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Choosing the right 200-hour Teacher Training is important, which is why we encourage you to come to one of our Teacher Training Open House evenings. Integral Yoga Institute is one of the most respected schools of Yoga teacher training in the world—we’ve been certifying teachers for over 40 years. During the Open House, you’ll have the opportunity to meet some of our trainers, learn more about what makes Integral Yoga Teacher Training so special, and ask any questions you may have about the program. We look forward to meeting you! Walk-ins welcome.

Tues., Oct. 10, 6:15–7:15 p.m.
Thurs., Nov. 16, 6–7 p.m.

Questions?

Call 212-929-0585, ext. 16, or e-mail TeacherTraining@iyiny.org

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Introduction

Testimonials

“I think Kali and Rashmi created a loving container that allowed us all to receive these beautiful teachings in a way that was both practical and profound. I will be forever grateful to them and Integral Yoga and Swami Satchidananda. ”
—Lynn Lobban

“A meditative approach to teaching asanas is highly valued as well as the focus in anatomical and physiological precision.”
—Desmond Cheung

“I will forever be honored to have spent time learning here @ IYI NYC. It is sacred here in this place. …I will be a student and teacher of life…”
—Maggie Squires