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Upcoming Events:Pranayama & Meditation Module (25 hours)
January 15-18th , 2015 with Julie Rader
Start off the new year with a pranayama and meditation immersion. You will gain the tools, technique and discipline to continue a morning sadhana (practice) on a daily basis. This immersion is appropriate for anyone wanting to experience the clarity and magic of a daily sadhana. The morning sessions are pranayama and meditation and can be experienced separately. The weekend afternoon sessions include the science of meditation and pranayama as well as teaching methodology.
February 6-8, 2015 with Julie Rader and Jill Willard
The Intuitive Yogi Retreat is for anyone wanting slow down and go inward. The focus of the weekend is on opening the body and the intuition. We will delve into yoga, meditation and experience several ways to develop the intuition.
The retreat participants are invited to participate in as little or as much of the activities as they'd like. Mukti teacher trainees are required to participate in all of the sessions to earn 25 hours of training credit.
Current Trainings:150-Hour Foundation Module
Oct. 25, 2014 - Feb. 22, 2015 @ TGY, Berkeley with Christy
It is Christy's intention to offer the practice of yoga through the lens of playful presence, Lila ("lee-lah", divine play). In this training, learn to connect your students and yourself with inner joy, freedom, playful inquiry and self-discovery through the practice of yoga.
Sept. 19 - Dec. 14 @ TGY with Chelsea & Wendy
Our goal is for students to practice yoga for life! This learning opportunity will give you the skills to confidently teach yoga to students with a variety of physical & personal limitations. Chelsea & Wendy are passionate about providing a safe space for healing in all of their yoga classes, whether or not those classes are specifically targeted toward therapy.
Thank you for visiting the Mukti Yoga site. It is our intention you find inner freedom (Mukti) through yoga. The Mukti Philosophy states, "A truly balanced person has the feet grounded on the Earth and the head floating in the clouds." We hope you ground down always, float up often, and appreciate each day in between.
~ Namaste, Julie Rader, Founder of Mukti Yoga School