with Chandrakant at Santosha Yoga Studio in Providence, RI
Consciously Cross Over From Physical Yoga To The Yoga of Prana
Using the lens of correct knowledge and direct experience, this Immersion transforms yoga sadhana into a yogic way of life attuned to the energetic expression of the vital life force of prana. This advanced training enables you to “consciously-cross-over” from the willful practice of postures to a dynamic blend of willful postures and spontaneous movements prompted by the inner urgings of prana.
2018 Training Dates
- Part 1 Immersion: July 11 – 15 & 18 – 22, 2018
- Part 2 Certification: October 3 – 7 & 10 – 14, 2018
The training incorporates:
- Two daily Sadhana sessions
- Simple breathing techniques to cultivate an attunement to prana
- Specific techniques to help you connect with the natural intelligence of prana
- Understanding & experience of the deeper energetic meaning of the yogic scriptures
The 10 Day personal sadhana Immersion
Is open to all Amrit Yoga teachers, 200 hr. certified yoga teachers from all traditions and experienced yoga practitioners. This Immersion is structured as a personal sadhana using Prana [the natural intelligence of the vital life force] to recognize Patanjali’s description of yoga and its outcome as “Witnessing the mental modifications in the mind, then the Seer [Self] abides in Its own nature”. This Immersion cultivates an inner attunement to Prana to “consciously-cross-over” from physical yoga to energy yoga, from sitting meditation to life as a Meditation in Motion.
Pre-requisite: Posture of Consciousness Intensive or Amrit Yoga Level 1 Certification.
If you have not taken a professional 200 hour Yoga Alliance accredited Training please contact Indu@AmritYoga.org to determine your eligibility for this Immersion.
The 10 Day Certification
Is open to anyone who has taken or registered to take the Immersion. This training provides a unique energetic group setting to support and nurture the cultivation of the attunement to prana experienced in the I AM personal sadhana Immersion. It reveals the innermost depth of I AM Yoga™ where you experience Pranakriya; the harmonious interplay between energy [prana] and the mind [chitta]. The certification component provides the understanding, techniques and direct experience necessary to layer I AM Yoga™ onto any style of hatha yoga.
Please submit the following required application if you are a yoga teacher from a tradition other than Amrit.
Please register here or contact the Amrit Yoga Institute by email or call 1-352-685-3001 to pay with cash/check/money order. Payment plans are available if paid in full by the beginning of each program. A deposit must be made in order to hold your space.
300 Hour Certification with Yoga Alliance
If you are taking this as a part of our 300 hour certification you must also register for I AM Yoga Nidra. When you register for both programs by phone, 352-685-3001, you may request 10% off your tuition.
Your Teacher: Chandrakant
Chandrakant is a precher’s son, a Vietnam era veteran and a graduate of Rutgers University. He has distilled four decades of practice and study with Amritji into simple, engaging teachings designed to help you evolve from physical yoga into energy yoga. In 2008, Amritji bestowed upon Chandrakant the title of Yogacharya, preceptor of Yoga. This is the same title Bapuji bestowed on Gurudev in 1972.
Below prices includes training and materials. Price doesn’t include room & board. Inexpensive accommodation and billeting available.
Please note our Cancellation Policy for this program.
- 2018 Jun Yoga Level 2 Immersion Training SAN
07/11/2018 - 07/22/2018
6:00 pm - 12:00 pm
- 2018 Oct Yoga Level 2 Certification Training SAN
10/03/2018 - 10/14/2018
6:00 pm - 12:00 pm
Venue Phone: (401) 780-9809
Venue Website: http://yogaatsantosha.com/Address:
Santosha offers yoga classes focusing on body, mind and spirit. Our commitment to the true practice of yoga stretches beyond the physical practice of asana making the core of what we teach the spiritual side of yoga based in the Amrit and Kundalini Yoga traditions. The beauty of these yogic practices is that they are accessible to modern culture, yet incorporate the ancient teachings and practices of yoga. http://yogaatsantosha.com/