Teacher Training with Anat Zahor and Maya Lev
Yoga Dharma : Advanced Teacher Training Course with Maya & Anat
• Thursday April 9 • 1:30 – 4:30
• Monday April 13 • 1:30– 4:30
• Tuesday April 14 • 2:00– 5:00
• Thursday April 16 • 1:30– 4:30
• Friday April 17 • 1:00– 4:00
Registration by April 1 – $245 for workshop or $60 per class • After April 1 – $255 for workshop or $70 per class.
In this five-day 20 hour series of classes, Maya and Anat will teach about “reading” bodies, making adjustments emphasizing principles of Iyengar yoga, learning to sustain meditative yoga postures with mindfulness, adjusting the body-mind posture to increase vitality and health, understanding the benefits of the use of props, the teacher/student relationship, and what motivates or obstructs the path. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice making adjustments and deepen their awareness of their own process as they engage with others.
Yoga Dharma Teacher Training Course is a unique blend of Iyengar yoga, Patanjai, Hatha, and the Buddha Dharma.
This TTC is suited for teachers and dedicated yoga students who would like to increase and refine the quality of their teaching and practice.
About the Teachers:
Anat Zahor has been a certi¬ed Iyengar Yoga teacher since 1999. She has participated in yoga workshops with various senior teachers, including B. K. S. Iyengar himself and has studied with the Iyengar family at the RIYMI center in Pune. For 20 years, she has practiced Vipassana and teaches Dharma. In July 2011 Anat was ordained as a Bhikkhuni (fully ordained female Buddhist monastic) in a traditional ceremony, for the occasion of Ven. Ajaan Tong Sirimangalo’s ¬rst visit to Israel. In addition to practicing Theravada Anat is interested in Mahayana and Zen Buddhism traditions.
Maya Lev is the director of Yoga Center Santa Cruz. She began her study of Iyengar style yoga over 30 years ago, and has been teaching for more than 20 years! Maya attended the teacher training program at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco, and studied with many senior Iyengar instructors. She is deeply grateful to Ko¬ Busia, her primary teacher for the past 22 years. Maya also holds a Master’s degree in counseling psychology and is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist with a private practice in Santa Cruz.
Priority will be given to full workshop / TTC.
The flyer and registration form at this link: Anat Zahor at Yoga Center Santa Cruz 2015