In this course, you’ll learn about the 8 steps or “limbs” of yoga and how to move, flow, and practice them.
What you’ll learn
Yoga Teacher Training: An Introduction to Yoga Philosophy
- The 8 limbs of yoga are important to know, so read about them.
- Use the eight limbs of yoga in your everyday life by learning how to use them and seeing how they work in real life.
- Be more aware of how you treat yourself and other people.
- Take a moment to think about how yoga philosophy can help you connect or reconnect with yourself and your own sense of peace.
- Students don’t need to know anything before they start.
Yoga is the union of the mind, body, and soul, and it is called yoga. Physical yoga is what most people think of when they think of yoga. However, this is only one part of yoga. During this class, we’ll learn more about yoga philosophy, with a focus on Patanjali’s 8 limbs of yoga, which we’ll learn more about. Also, this course has practical classes that you can follow along with, so you can put what you learn into practice with a guided yoga flow, breathwork, and meditation session as well.
You don’t need any previous yoga experience or special equipment to take this course. All you need to do is show up with your body and your breath (and maybe a notebook to write down what you learn) and I’ll show you how to do the rest. The practical yoga and breathwork classes are set up so that they can be done by people who are completely new to yoga as well as people who are more experienced. The yoga class has a lot of different postures that you can choose from based on your level of experience and your own body.
Everyone: Who is this class for?
People who teach yoga and want to learn more about yoga philosophy should take this class. People who want to learn more about why we do asanas and what yoga is are also welcome.
Who this course is for:
- There is yoga for everyone who wants to learn about it
- Students who want to learn more about yoga philosophy.
- Yoga teachers who want to learn more about yoga philosophy again or improve their skills.
- They want to know why we do asanas and what yoga is all about.