Nosara, Costa Rica (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Nosara Yoga Institute (http://www.NosaraYoga.com), a Costa Rica-based Yoga Alliance-recognized Registered Yoga School (RYS®) and yoga training center founded in 1994 by Amba and Don Stapleton, PhD, today announced its schedule of yoga teacher certification programs and yoga retreats to be conducted between October and December 2012.
Nosara Yoga’s approach to teaching yoga goes beyond traditional poses and yoga styles. Specifically, it integrates the concept of inner inquiry into each training. Don Stapleton, PhD, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Institute, explains, “What makes Nosara Yoga Institute different from other yoga training methodologies is that we believe that each person experiences yoga in his or her own unique way, where each pose and technique helps generate an enlightened inner understanding of oneself. Our curriculum of inward inquiry through yoga enriches and empowers each graduate of our training to find their own individuality, their own voice, their own style, and their own passion for teaching yoga in their yoga practice.”
A 50-hour Yin Yoga Training, led by Biff Mithoefer (http://www.nosarayoga.com/professional-trainings/yin-yoga-teacher-training), will take place on the lush Nosara Yoga Institute campus from October 29 through November 3, 2012. This 5-day training teaches the Yin approach to yoga, where yoga postures are held for a long time to stretch the deep connective tissue in the joints and deepen inner awareness. Ways to lead a Yin class and incorporate Yin postures and philosophy into any practice will also be explored.
For those who wish to get started teaching yoga, Nosara Yoga’s 200-hour Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training® (http://www.nosarayoga.com/trainings/200-hr-interdisciplinary-yoga-teacher-training) is the course to take. Central to the training, which will be held November 4 through December 1, 2012, is an inquiry into what makes a successful teacher, a philosophy that is a hallmark all of Nosara Yoga’s teacher trainings. This month-long course will be taught by Nosara Yoga Institute’s Co-Directors Don and Amba Stapleton and, like all other trainings offered at Nosara Yoga, meets Yoga Alliance certification standards.
Experiential Anatomy for the Multidimensional Being® (http://www.nosarayoga.com/professional-trainings/100-hr-experiential-yoga-anatomy-training), a 2-week training that will take place December 2 through December 15, 2012 under the leadership of Sarah Tacy Tangredi, is a 100-hour advanced training in yoga anatomy for certified yoga teachers. This program is designed to help students acquire a deeper knowledge of the body by studying both the objective, scientific aspects of anatomy, plus explore the subjective, experiential elements of the mind, emotions and the environment. The study of both elements creates an extraordinary learning experience that can be applied to any yoga instruction.
To relax and get out of the cold winter during the busy December holidays, Nosara Yoga’s 7-day Yoga with Amba Retreat (http://www.nosarayoga.com/retreats/yoga-retreat-with-amba-getting-a-jump-start-on-your-easy-at-home-practice) is the perfect get-away. Ideal for anyone who knows either nothing or a lot about yoga or anywhere in-between, this December 16 through December 22, 2012 all-inclusive retreat offers yoga instruction and meditation interspersed with great food, beach time and anything else to help put some fun and relaxation back in one’s life. An added benefit of this restorative retreat is learning a short 40-minute simple routine that one can practice at home each day. Stretches, postures, breathing routine and meditation are tailored for each participant, so that they can be easily remembered and done quickly, providing profound results that create deep awakenings in consciousness. Leading this retreat will be Amba Stapleton, Nosara Yoga Institute Co-Director who mixes a sunny disposition with a contagious passion for yoga and fun.
“We are proud to offer these Yoga Alliance-recognized certification programs for yoga teachers and yoga lovers alike who wish to expand their yoga practice,” notes Ms. Stapleton. “Taking a training or relaxing at our year-end yoga retreat during the fourth quarter of 2012 can also bring about a greater sense of renewal and rejuvenation in time to make next year, 2013, a truly successful year both personally and professionally for each participant.”
Additional information and registration for upcoming 2012-2013 programs can be found on the Nosara Yoga Institute website at http://www.NosaraYoga.com.
About Nosara Yoga Institute (http://www.NosaraYoga.com)
Internationally recognized for its successful professional career training curriculum in yoga education, Nosara Yoga Institute (NYI) is an accredited Yoga Alliance school (RYS®) specializing in 200-, 500- and 1,000-hour yoga teacher training tracks and certification programs. Located amid the stunning beauty of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast, NYI was founded in 1994 by Amba and Don Stapleton to offer a vitalizing, life-opening experience of studying and practicing yoga. This methodology combines self inquiry and transformation that complements external yoga practice, resulting in a more gratifying individualized approach to teaching yoga. In addition to on-campus training and relaxation retreats in Nosara, Costa Rica, Nosara Yoga Institute trainings and ongoing yoga classes are offered around the world, including Kripalu Center, Omega Institute and Nosara Yoga-affiliated centers throughout the United States, Canada and Japan.
For information: http://www.NosaraYoga.com or
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Costa Rica Phone: (506) 2682-0071