SAMADHI DUBLIN

Yoga Mala

The Study & Practice Of Yoga
3 month advanced teacher training course

Deepen your practice and knowledge of yoga

Mala beads
20/21 October
17/18 November
15/16 December
10am - 4pm Saturday & Sunday
Price: €330

20/21 October

Saturday 20th
10am - 11:30am Elena: Strong Asana practice
11:30am - 1pm Elena: Teaching yoga in challenging settings(the Theory)
2pm - 4pm, Cara: A discourse on the Kena Upanishad/Energy Anatomy   

Sunday 21st
10am - 11:30 am  Elena: Teaching yoga in challenging settings (the Practice)
11:30am - 1pm  Maggie: Restorative Asana
2pm - 4pm  TBC: Asana adjusting and teaching skills

17/18 November

Saturday 17th
10am - 11am Maria: Pranayama
11am - 1pm Cara: Mantra & Meditation
2pm - 4pm TBC: Asana adjusting and teaching skills

Sunday 18th
10am - 11am Maggie: Mindfulness
11am - 1pm Greg: Inversions
2pm - 4pm Greg: Shoulder Anatomy

15/16 December

Saturday 15th
10am - 11am Maria Pranayama
11am - 1pm Cara : Maintaining your Prana - Self care as a Teacher
2pm - 4pm TBC: Asana adjusting and teaching skills

Sunday 16th

10am - 11am Maggie: Mindfulness
11am - 1pm Greg: Backbending
2pm - 3pm Greg: Knee Anatomy
3pm - 4pm Question-time

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who complete all 30 hours of Yoga Mala. Over a period of time these Yoga Mala courses can be added up to amount to Yoga Alliance recognized 300 hour advanced YTT certification.

Please note, the timetable may be subject to change or rearrangement without notice.

Here at Samadhi Yoga studios we are always aiming to offer students more than just the physical asana aspect of yoga. Even if it is the physical aspect which initially draws people to yoga, after some time curiosity tends to build as to what is behind the physical asana, what are the depths to yoga? What sets yoga apart from other physical disciplines?

So we are offering students "Yoga Mala: the study and practice of Yoga". Mala is a Sanskrit word meaning garland. And that is what we intend to do with this course. To weave together all the different strands of yoga, presenting the garland of yoga. Mala beads in use in India

Each weekend will consist of ten hours, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm. We will be covering asana practice, pranayama, philosophy, practical anatomy, up-skilling, and self-care. Each weekend will be like a mini retreat.

About Cara

Cara Chotiner, yoga teacher trainer in Samadhi

Cara's original training was in the Sivananda tradition, which continues to be the main influence in her teaching style today. Additional styles include Vinyasa, Astanga, Iyengar, Satyananda, Ananda & Bikram. All of which have deepened her... Read more about Cara

About Elena

Elena Moreo, yoga teacher trainer in Samadhi

I took my first yoga class in 2004 while I was recovering from a painful injury and I immediately felt the benefits of the practice on my body and mind.... Read more about Elena

About Greg

Greg Walsh, owner/director of Samadhi

Greg Walsh set up Samadhi in 2005, having run Prana Yoga Centre for 3 years. He is at heart a yoga practitioner, and has taught yoga all over Ireland, Europe and the USA. He loves providing space for good yoga... Read more about Greg

About Maria

Maria Caldwell, yoga teacher trainer in Samadhi

I've been practicing yoga for 15 years, and I continue to enjoy being a student and exploring my practise of yoga asana, pranayma and meditation on a daily basis.... Read more about Maria

About Maggie

Maggie Dunne, yoga teacher trainer in Samadhi

I did alot of my studying in Australia, where I spent 8 years living in Sydney...Read more about Maggie