July 20-24 (5 days):
8.30h – 10h – Mysore practice
10h – 10: 30h Break
10.30h – 13h – Teaching techniques, Laboratory of Adjustments, postures, modifications, Vinyasas, sequencing, etc.
13h – 13: 30h – Vedic Song, Pranayamas, Questions and Answers
At the end of this training, you will obtain a certificate of participation in Ashtanga Yoga, signed by Manju Jois and internationally recognised by the European Academy of Ashtanga Yoga
for all people who want to deepen or learn the second series with one of the highest authorities of Ashtanga Yoga.
It is not necessary to know the sequence since we will see it posture by posture and there will be assistants to help you learn it
Full Teacher Training:
– Super early bird – 520€ until January 1st, 2020
– Early bird – 620€ until May 1st
– Final price – 700€ after May 1st
ONLY in Mysore classes participation: Complete pack 5 classes 150€
Special prices for those who repeat!
Full Teacher Training:
– Super early bird – 470€ until January 1st, 2020
– Early bird – 570€ until May 1st
– Final price – 650€ after May 1st
ONLY in Mysore classes participation for those who repeat: Complete pack 5 classes 125€
LIMITED PLACES assigned by order of payment!
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To book it is required to pay the total amount of the course in the following account:
Bank: Banc Sabadell
Holder: Associació Yoga Inbound
IBAN: ES83 0081 1960 3500 0118 9419
Concept: your name + first surname + Manju Jois Member Fee 2nd series
Ashtanga Yoga Training with Manju Jois
Second Series Ashtanga Yoga – Nadi Shodhana – Cleaning Energy Channels + Introduction to Yoga Therapy (Ver evento en español)
This second series works the most subtle and energetic aspects of Ashtanga Yoga by cleaning the nervous system and the energetic system. It is full of back bendings to relax and strengthen the central nervous system and the spine.
You will also have the opportunity to learn the Vedic mantras (Start / End Mantras + Shanti Mantras) and the Pranayamas that go with them and complete the practice of Ashtanga Yoga directly from one of the main masters of this tradition. These Mantras and Pranayamas are not normally explained or taught in class, so it is a unique opportunity to access this knowledge and to be able to apply it to your practice and teaching.
Manju will also give us some notions and advances on how to apply the postures and adjustments of Ashtanga Yoga in a therapeutic way, a knowledge in which he is a true and recognized expert.
About Manju Jois
Manju is the eldest son of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, creator of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method.
Manju was born on November 16, 1944. At the age of 7, Manju was awakened early every day by his father to begin the lessons that would change the course of both his life and the lives of those who would study with him forever. He began his teaching career at the age of 15 with his father and continued so far.
Manju considers it is a great honor to be the son of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois: “He is my father and my teacher. I am very grateful to both my mother and my father.” Manju’s mother, Savatri Jois, (Sathu for his family) was a beloved wife, loving mother and an expert in Indian cuisine. Manju is comitted to his wife Nancy and his daughter Sathu, who is named after his paternal grandmother, born in 2002. Sathu is a young woman with many talents, who continues blessing the Jois family beyond any measure.
Manju has taught the true Mysore Ashtanga method for more than 47 years. Covering 22 countries and the 21 states of the United States. The journey of teaching Ashtanga in the world by Manju is increasing widespread. Manju is grateful to Gary Herlich and all the other people who helped him to be able to stay in the United States when he started teaching in North America.
He offers Ashtanga weekend workshops, teacher classes and one-week training program. He incorporates pranayama and Vedic songs in his classes, which go very well with the practice of Ashtanga yoga. Manju’s intention is to teach guided by the path of the Ancient Tradition and to bring all the benefits of Ashtanga Yoga to his students.
His desire is to produce a “better understanding”of Ashtanga yoga to his students in a world full of distractions. Manju’s dedication to his life as a teacher and yoga practitioner has brought the benefits of the ancient tradition of Ashtanga Yoga to many students around the world, leading each of them to “Come together with themselves.”