Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga immerses participants into various types of Eastern yoga and Western esoteric traditions – putting contemporary spirituality in the context of our evolving world. It offers an overview of ancient wisdom traditions and practices and traces their impact into spiritual science today. Along with the yoga basics, students are afforded the rare chance to learn authentic Vedic and Chinese forms of yoga and martial arts, as well as indigenous Indonesian shamanic practices. Students will leaf through the library of human knowledge and harvest the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual benefits of an integrated practice.
Our mission is to provide yoga teachers with a solid practical, theoretic and spiritual foundation on which to build their teaching method and hone their unique voice as teachers and empaths.
Classes are led by master Agung Sangha, Ariadne and other Qi-Yo certified teachers. All classes are taught in English, but are also available in Russian, German, Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Hindi, Tamil, Hebrew and Korean.
QI-YO MULTI-YOGA TEACHER TRAINING: 200-HOUR 1-MONTH INTENSIVE PROGRAM
I. Qi-Gong and the Chinese and Indonesian Traditions of Yoga
Philosophy, techniques and practice of Qi-Gong in China
Balinese traditions, shamanic rituals and tribal customs in the Indonesian Qi-Gong heritage
Techniques for psycho-physical defense
Cultivating chi energy.
Drawing parallels between Qi-Gong and Vedanta
II. Ancient Indian Yoga and the Vedas
The yogic tradition and the 8th limb approach of realization
Yoga types: hatha, raja, jnana, vidya, bhakti, kriya, laya, nada, marga, kundalini, etc.
III. Contemporary Yoga Styles / IV. Practical Training
V. Practical Training in the Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System
The Qi-Gong and asana sequence
Qi-Yo healing and energy defense techniques
VI. Universal Vibrational Healing
Learning to work with Tibetan Singing Bowls and other instruments
VII. Teaching Methodologies
Designing group or private classes.
Observation, assisting/correcting and instruction
The qualities of a teacher
The student’s learning process
The business aspects of teaching yoga
VIII. Anatomy and Physiology
The study and application of human anatomy and physiology in yoga practice.
IX. World Esoteric Heritage
Introduction to Theosophy
Western esoteric traditions
X. Yoga and Health and Nutrition
Introduction to the Yogic diet
XII. Cities of the future
Integral Yoga, Sri Aurobindo, and the Mother.
The mission of Auroville.