Deepen your awareness + understanding of Yoga
For us, these teachings are the foundation not only of our Yoga Teaching, but of every choice in creating our life experience.
Yoga Philosophy is like a rosebush, the Yoga Scriptures are its blossoms
'This experience is joyful, so I am passionate about sharing this information.' - Clive Salzer
Graduates of this training obtain
• 20 hours in Yoga Physiology
• 30 hours in Yoga Philosophy - Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, The Bhagavad Gita & Hatha Yoga Pradipika
This workshop is offered to anyone interested in learning about Yoga Philosophy & Physiology or to upgrade your skills to the next level.
It may be used as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points for your Yoga Australia membership.
2019 Workshop Dates
Byron Bay - 5th & 6th December
Workshop Venue: Yogalates Studio, 72 Byron St, Bangalow NSW
Sydney - TBA
Workshop is facilitated through Inspya Yoga Therapies, Gymea, South Sydney NSW
The workshop is face to face for 13.5 hours over 2 days. The information covered is most of the content in History and Philosophy of Yoga and Yogic Physiology. To enable us to cover all the content we ask you to pre-read and study the subjects so we can spend less time on content and more on discussion.
Yoga Philosophy is like a rosebush, the Yoga scriptures are its blossoms. The profound concepts and practices that these scriptures reveal are the leaves, which give life to the rosebush. These evolved in the ancient past, so to understand them we must trace back along the stems to the roots. The past, philosophy, physiology and practices are inseparable and do not stand in isolation. So to give justice to the parts we are attempting to give you the experience of the complete rose bush.
The subject matter has been broken into 12 separate sections, to build the rosebush up from its roots, so when we read the scriptures we will understand the concepts which the writer assumes we already know.
The modules we have created to cover the material are:
History and Philosophy of Yoga
Nature of Reality
Karma and Reincarnation
Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
Hatha Yoga Pradipika
For most of these 12 modules there are assembled handouts and provided references for you to study. Many of you will already be familiar with some of these concepts, and will be able to review them easily. I have prepared some questions both to guide your reading and for you to self-assess your understanding. Please print these handouts, arrange them into subjects, file them and bring them with you to the course, so we can discuss them.
There are also a few texts recommended to purchase and bring with you to the course. They are gems and will be great resources in your Yoga teaching career. In addition, I recommend a few more texts you can acquire if you wish to go beyond the level we will be covering in this course.
Included in price:
Extensive readings & worksheets
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali – A 21st Century Interpretation by Moises Aguilar Published by lulu.com
Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha by Swami Satyananda (Psychic Physiology section only)
Additional Texts not included are:
1. The Bhagavad Gita by Eknath Easwaran. ISBN 1586380192. Published by Nilgiri Press
1. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Swami Swatmarama. ISBN 1909676799 Published by the bignest.co.uk
2. Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha by Swami Satyananda (the section required for this course will be emailed to you)
We will send out the pre-readings and worksheets upon payment.
Clive Salzer has been teaching Yoga for over 30 years, most of his adult life. He helped to set up the accredited Yoga studies and Yoga Teacher Training courses of the Satyananda Yoga Academy in the 1990’s. From 2000-2009 he became a lecturer for the Yoga Teaching Diploma at Nature Care College, specialising in the history, the philosophy of Yoga, Yogic Physiology, yoga relaxation and meditation. He became head of the Yoga department in 2005. In 2007 he undertook the Yogalates Teacher Training course.
Love and Namaste to you all,
"Being established in inner tranquility is YOGA "
- Bhagavad Gita ch2 v48 :
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