Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga offers a teacher training program that immerses the participants in the different types of yoga heritage and esoteric traditions from around the world. It provides aspiring teachers and students with a light-filled and inspirational opportunity. The Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System approach unites the best of the yoga traditions from the East and the West. Providing an in-depth study of yoga within the context of the global esoteric heritage, this system helps students understand the role of spirituality in a constantly fluctuating world.
Qi-Yo offers a mental and physical approach that aims at instilling a life-improving practice in order to unify the basic traditions of human knowledge for the benefit of the practitioners and all mankind. This system helps people find a connection to the global esoteric heritage that have existed from ancient times to present day, Chinese and Indian yogic systems as well as to a synthesis of other methods aimed at helping elevate their consciousness.
Our mission is to provide yoga teachers with a foundation through which they can teach from the heart with precision, compassion and honesty, while honoring their personal voices and styles. This system provides them with a wonderful opportunity to raise their awareness and experience your light. Classes will be taught by Swami Agung, Ariadne or other Qi-Yo certified advanced training teachers. Special classes will be offered in ayurveda and anatomy. All classes are taught in English, but 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 2-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 StylesIV. Practical Training
- Other techniques
V. Practical Training in the Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System
- The Qi-Gong and asana sequence
- Qi-Yo mantras
- Qi-Yo healing and energy defense techniques
- Vibrational therapy
VI. Universal Vibrational Healing:
- Learning to work with Tibetan Singing Bowls and other instruments
VII. Teaching Methodologies
- Pedagogical principles
- 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
- Indonesian Therapy
- Chinese Therapy
- Hindu Therapy
XII. Cities of the future
- Integral Yoga, Sri Aurobindo, and the Mother.
- The mission of Auroville.