Jakarta Level 1 and Level 2 Intensives 2014

Level 1 - 200 hour - March 28th –  April 8th 2014, 7am to 7pm

 

Level 2 - 300 hour - April 11th –  April 22nd 2014, 7am to 7pm

For price information and to register your place, please email chris@alfatech-broadcast.com

 

A flexible option for busy people

Level 1 - 200 hour

The Jakarta 12 Day Intensive Course is a 200 hour Level 1 training that is accredited with Yoga Alliance and is a Fitness Australia Approved Program for 15 CEC’s. The course is comprised of two parts – Parts A & B:

Part A: 12-day Non Residential Intensive

Held at Bliss WellnessCo Jakarta, the Part A Intensive provides you with the opportunity to immerse yourself in your yoga studies and practice-teaching for 12 days straight, a total of 120 hours.

Part B: Correspondence

Part B allows you to complete your remaining training hours (80 hours) by correspondence, in your own time and is included in the cost. The correspondence component begins 4 weeks before the course commencement date (Part A) and then continues at a personal pace under the supervision of Byron Yoga faculty, after the 12 day intensive, for as long as you need.

Level 2 - 300 hour

The Jakarta Level 2 training is a 12 Day, 300 hour, Intensive Course that is accredited with Yoga Alliance and is a Fitness Australia Approved Program for 15 CEC’s. The course is comprised of two parts – Parts A & B:

Part A: 12-day Non Residential Intensive

Held at Bliss WellnessCo Jakarta, the Part A Intensive provides you with the opportunity to immerse yourself in your yoga studies and practice-teaching for 12 days straight, a total of 120 hours.

Part B: Correspondence

Part B allows you to complete your remaining training hours (180 hours) by correspondence, in your own time and is included in the cost. The correspondence component begins 4 weeks before the course commencement date (Part A) and then continues at a personal pace under the supervision of Byron Yoga faculty, after the 12 day intensive, for as long as you need.

Purna Yoga - Making Yoga Complete

Yoga is a lot about giving and receiving. It has been proposed that we only keep what we have by giving it away, which is one of the main motivations for teaching and training others to teach.

The yoga taught at Byron Yoga Centre is called Purna, meaning integrated or complete. Purna Yoga represents a holistic approach to yoga integrating not just the physical postures but also philosophy, meditation, pranayama breath control and the yogic personal and social code of ethics. The postural instruction is alignment focused. Sequences range from gentle restorative to dynamic vinyasa. Blocks, belts and bolsters are available to be used to support and modify postures safely.

We seek to integrate all 8 limbs (Ashtanga) of yoga the way it was originally taught, more than 3000 years ago in India. Yoga asanas, or postures, are just one of these limbs. The other limbs are equally important, including meditation, pranayama breath control, and the personal and social code of ethics, the yamas and niyamas.

The practice of yoga is intended to be joyful and to lighten the heart and mind by calming and energizing. We encourage students at all levels to build flexibility, strength and stamina of body, mind and spirit. The postural instruction is alignment focused. Sequences range from gentle restorative to dynamic vinyasa. Yoga philosophies, such as ahimsa (non violence), are threaded throughout our classes. This helps bring about a deeper understanding of the key yogic values including diet and lifestyle aspirations. Many Byron Yoga Centre teacher trainees discover, as a consequence, that yoga becomes for them a way of life.

Teaching Faculty

Veteran yoga teacher John Ogilvie is one of Australia’s most respected and experienced teachers, and founder of Byron Bay’s long-time yoga school, Byron Yoga Centre, now celebrating its 26th year. John’s classes are a celebration of life - fun and dynamic, bringing out your inner joy.

John has been practicing yoga for more than 30 years and teaching for over 25. He had 20 years of disciplined training in the Iyengar method. As John Ogilvie’s foundation training was in the Iyengar yoga lineage, his instructions always focus on correct alignment. In his class the basics will be covered with additional emphasis placed on refining alignment, corrections and adjustments. John’s teaching style is entertaining and completely accessible.  His instructions are clear and simple, always with a focus on keeping his students safe and encouraging you to listen to your own body’s needs and only work at a level appropriate to you, at any given time.

Byron Yoga Centre now teaches John’s signature Purna Yoga. Purna Yoga means integrated or complete, and represents a holistic approach to yoga, integrating not just the physical postures but also philosophy, meditation, pranayama breath control and the yogic personal and social code of ethics. Sequences range from gentle restorative to dynamic vinyasa. John encourages students at all levels to build flexibility, strength and stamina of body, mind and spirit. Many students discover, as a consequence, that yoga becomes a way of life.

The course includes training by Australia’s leading yoga training academy with some of the world’s most experienced trainers, including

Hayley Warden, has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. A world traveller, Hayley has taught yoga to students all around the globe. After arriving in Australia, she completed her level 2 teacher training at Byron Yoga Centre, as well as Byron Yoga Centre’s Yoga Therapy intensive course, and now teaches on our international courses and retreats. Hayley has a beautiful teaching style, that guides and connects students to the stillness within.

Chloe Thorogood, has been practicing yoga for almost ten years. In 2008, she felt compelled to travel to India and deepen her personal practice. Here she studied Hatha yoga focussing on asana, pranayama, meditation and philosophy under Swami Brahmanand (SajiRamaswamy) at Vinynana Kale Vedi Cultural Centre for Indian Arts. Chloe was able to draw on her experiences in India and offer yoga on the senior curriculum at the school where she worked as a full time Physical Education teacher. Chloe supported her studies with a yoga tools for teachers certification and began teaching regularly. It was during this time in London that Chloe knew that yoga was her ultimate passion and she decided to travel to Byron Bay to complete her 500 hours Certificate IV with the Byron Yoga Centre. Chloe believes that everyone can enjoy different aspects of yoga and likes to include philosophy, pranayama and meditation in her flow classes. Chloe teaches regular classes for Byron Yoga Centre, and at other studios in the Byron shire. She also works on the level one and two teacher trainings.

Course Content:

Part A consists of an intensive program covering a broad range of fascinating subjects all aimed at deepening your understanding of not just the postures, but also pranayama (breathing practices), meditation, and yoga philosophy and lifestyle.

A big focus is teaching you to teach and making sure that both your practice and your teaching is safe and aware. All teacher trainees get the opportunity to develop their teaching skills in a real-life context in student classes for the public at Bliss WellnessCo located in Jakarta.

Over a relatively short time, you’ll emerge with the practical skills and confidence to launch your yoga teaching career.

In the Level 2 you will go on to learn the skills and knowledge to not only teach the asanas but also both pranayama and meditation in your classes as well as how develop a deeper understanding of the yoga philosophy and how this can be used to improve your yoga teaching.

After completing Level 1 and Level 2, you will receive a 500 hour certificate giving you one of the highest qualifications in the world for the teaching of yoga.

“I did not expect such a depth of content or practice, which I am finding beneficial from a personal level as well as a potential studio operation level. I am enjoying every piece of reading, homework and personal practice.” T. Butler, Level 1 Graduate.

Training Location

Bliss for Wellness Yoga Studio

Address: Plaza Coterie,, Jalan Kemang Raya 14B, Jakarta, 12730, Indonesia

Practical and Lectures includes

  • Techniques - Training/Practice;
  • Teaching Methodology;
  • Anatomy & Physiology;
  • Yoga Philosophy/Lifestyle & Ethics for Yoga Teachers;
  • Practicum

Schedule

*Example Daily Schedule

7:00am

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8:00am

Asanas with focus on Sequencing, Pranayama and Meditation

8:00am

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9:00am

Practical and Lectures

9:00am

-

10:00am

Breakfast

10:00am

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11:30am

Practical and Lectures

11:30am

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1:00pm

Asana Class

1:00pm

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2:30pm

Lunch and free time

2:30pm

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4:30pm

Asana Class

5:00pm

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7:00pm

Practical and Lectures

 

Payment & Pricing:

Jakarta 12 Day Intensive 200 Hour Level 1 Teacher Training:  Rp. 20.000.000 (*AUD $2,016)

1. Pre Early Bird Offer: Rp. 17.000.000 with payment plan (*AUD $1,714)
Terms and Conditions:
-           Offer is valid until June 11, 2012
-           Down Payment of Rp. 5.000.000 is due by June 11, 2012
-           6 installments of Rp, 2.000.000 is due at every first of the month from July 1 until Dec 1, 2012

2. Early Bird Offer: Rp. 18.500.000 (*AUD $1,867)
Terms and Conditions:
-           Offer is valid until December 1, 2012
-           No payment plan

Required texts and DVD's are an additional cost.

* AUD prices are approximate and are subject to change depending on conversion rates.

Bookings

To Register: please email chris@alfatech-broadcast.com or call +62 811983980

 
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