Formation bilingue Français / Anglais de Yoga avancée 300h
Bilingual Advanced 300hr Teacher Training French / English
Nous présentons une formation de yoga avancée de 300h sur Bruxelles pour l’Europe avec l’esprit d’Open Sky Yoga, l’authenticité d’un yoga créatif et influencé par B.K.S. Iyengar. Cette formation, similaire à un programme de Master comprend 9 modules de 3 ou 4 jours et une thèse finale.
Les formateurs (500h) sont de renommée internationale. Le diplôme des 300h vous permettra, combiné avec vos 200h précédentes, d’être qualifié en tant que Registered Yoga Teacher 500 avec Yoga Alliance. Il vous donnera également l’opportunité d’étudier en profondeur, avec un esprit curieux et ouvert, toutes les facettes du diamant qui est le Yoga. Peut-être aussi une chance de dissoudre le Voile qui masque la Réalité, la Conscience et la nature profonde...
We are presenting an Advanced 300h Teacher Training in Brussels with the spirit of Open Sky and the authenticity of a deeply Iyengar influenced yoga with a creative edge. This will be like a masters program with 9 modules and a final thesis.
We have an outstanding faculty composed of ERYT 500 lead trainers. The 300h certificate will allow you, combined with the previous 200h, to qualify for Yoga Alliance RYT 500. So you may be able to post one more framed diploma on your yoga wall to be proud of, but most importantly it will give you an opportunity to explore with a curi- ous and open mind all the facets of the yoga diamond. And maybe to have a chance to dissolve further the Veil masking the light of Knowledge, Reality and your true nature !
2019 / 5-8 December : Review 200h and sequencing. Nadi : theory and practice (François Raoult)
2020 / 6-9 February : Basic to advanced pranayama (François Raoult)
12-15 March : Intermediate / advanced asana (Carla Anselm)
16-19 April : Back care and adaptative Yoga (Michael Amy)
15-17 May : Chakra, nadi theory and practice (Hervé Blondon)
11-14 June : Philosophy : Patanjali / Bhagavat Gita (Edwin Bryant)
3-6 September : Naada Yoga and sacred architecture (François Raoult)
9-11 October : Experiential anatomy / fascia (Thomas Myers)
26-29 November : Thesis presentation / synthesis / graduation (François Raoult)
Location : Les Sources - Rue Kelle (Woluwé Saint lambert)
Price : 3600 euros
(We can offer payment plans and ways to make up a missed weekend if needed)
Francois Raoult, M.A. , ERYT 500 is the founder and director of Open Sky Yoga Center in Rochester, NY and has taught yoga since 1975. He first felt the call to yoga at age 19, on a pilgrimage to the sacred sites of India. For a decade, he toured Europe with an avant-garde puppet theater and composed music for the plays. The manipulation of string puppets led him to explore yoga and tai chi. He conducts seminars, international retreats and teacher training worldwide. He also leads a group regularly to India. A graduate of the Ecole Nationale de Yoga in Paris and among the first french yoga instructors to study in Pune (India) with Sri B.K.S. Iyengar from whom he received a Junior 3 certification. François also has explored meditation with Thich Nath Hahn at Plum Village, ayurveda with Dr. Robert Svoboda and experiential anatomy with Thomas Myers. Certified in Gong and Laughing Yoga (!). François completed the international Sound Healer program in Spain and also holds a master’s degree in Ethnomusicology.
Hervé Blondon (Swami Premananda Saraswati), founder of the Satyam Hatha yoga school of Montreal (Quebec, Canada) is an E-RYT certified teacher from the Satyananda Institute (Nepal) and Open Sky Yoga (Rochester). In 2002, Hervé met his first teacher in Nepal, Sannyasin Vishnuswaroop. Touched by Vishnuswaroop’s authentic way of teaching yoga in the context of modern life, Hervé visited him regularly from 2002 to 2008. He learned yoga and meditation in sacred places of the Kathmandu Valley, from temples to pilgrimage sites and cremation ghats. He came back to Montreal with knowledge regarding the chakras and esoteric bodies. Not losing himself in vague debate and conceptions, Hervé attends to the impact of these teachings on day to day life.
Carla Anselm ERYT500 has been a student of yoga for nearly two decades. She began training in 2001 at Shakti Yoga Center in New York City. Continuing her training within the Iyengar tradition, Carla completed Francois Raoult’s Essential Teacher Training in 2003, and Advanced Teacher Training in 2007 at Open Sky Yoga Center. In 2009, she was certified as an Advanced Restorative Yoga Teacher by Judith Lasater. Carla is also an experienced doula and prenatal yoga teacher. She has taught the Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training at Open Sky Yoga Center for seven consecutive years and in Brussels, Belgium in 2014 and 2017. Carla teaches the ad- vanced class at Open sky Yoga and continues to learn and apply yoga to all her life’s experiences.
Michael Amy MSPT, E-RYT, OYI is a licensed Physical Therapist with 20+ years’ experience and a Registered Yoga Teacher and graduate of Open Sky Yoga in Rochester NY. Michael completed Opening Yoga/Adaptive Yoga Certification with Matthew Sanford and continues yearly week long Advanced Studies at Mind Body Solutions exploring trauma and disability. Additional studies and certification includes Relax and Renew ® certification with Judith Lasater, Pranayama with Richard Rosen, Fascial Release with Tom Myers, Michael synthesizes his knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuromuscular function and the principals of movement and sen- sation to help yoga students and physical therapy clients discover their inner sense of freedom, connection, and ultimate wellbeing.
Thomas Myers is the author of Anatomy Trains (Elsevier, 2001, 2009, 2014) which has been translated into 14 languages, the co-author of Fascial Release for Structural Balance (North Atlantic, 2010, 2017), and numerous articles collected in Body Reading: Visual Assessment and Body3. He has also produced over 35 DVDs and numerous webinars on visual assessment, Fascial Release Technique, and the applications of fascial research. Thomas leads Dissection labs, teaches certification programs in Structural Inte- gration, and teaches courses for manual therapists and movement professionals including yoga teachers around the world.
Edwin Bryant received his Ph.D in Indic languages and Cultures from Columbia University. He taught Hinduism at Harvard University and is presently the professor of Hinduism at Rutgers University. He has received numerous awards and fellowships, published eight books on Vedic history, yoga, and the Krishna tradition. As a personal practitioner of yoga for 40 years, a number of them spent in India studying with traditional teachers, Edwin strives to combine academic scholarship and rigor with sensitivity towards traditional knowledge systems. His translation of and commentary on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (North Point Press) is prefaced by B.K.S. Iyengar. His most recent work is a sequel to this by the same publisher entitled Bhakti Yoga : Tales and Teachings from the Bhagavata Purana.