Modern yoga is versatile. It recognizes that everyone is different with different needs.
Modern yoga is intelligent and it uses contemporary knowledge and science based methods to teach well.
Modern Yoga may or may not incorporate ancient teachings, sutras, scriptures, chants. So long as the student has taken some positive benefit that is the aim of Modern Yoga.
Modern yoga may use some nontraditional yoga movements/postures, techniques to create strength in places that otherwise become overstretched.
Modern Yoga understands the use of Biomechanics in asana.
This Teacher Training is both a training and a mentorship combined. Students will deepen their knowledge about yoga as a therapeutic modality. Students will begin teaching early on in the training so they will be better prepared to teach once the training is complete. If you want to teach yoga well you must diversify your approach to fit the needs of individuals. This training will bring to attention the importance of the individual. It will consider both Vinyasa and Hatha classes, as well as an introduction to Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra. We will study Yoga Philosophy and do regular Meditation and Pranayama, however, this training is largely focused on the practicalities of what is needed to teach a beneficial Asana class.
This training will give you the skills to teach therapeutically, considering both Biomechanics and Ayurvedic Constitutions (Doshas). It is a foundational training designed to teach you how to be a good teacher above all else.
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Please Note: The hours have been updated and are different than the hours on the poster.
These are the updated and accurate hours:
April 7, 8, 21, 22
May 19, 20
June 2, 3, 16, 17
One week Retreat: Juin 25-Julliet 1st
The retreat is held at Le Coeur du Herisson: http://lecoeurduherisson.fr/le-gite/
The Paris location is by Belleville/Goncourt/Republique metros
The teachers are:
Samuel Urtado is an Osteopath and yoga teacher who has created OsteoYoga in Paris. He will be teaching Anatomy, Biomechanics, Anatomy of Movement and Language Emotional du Corps. More about Samuel.
Sandi Wohlers Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Therapist, who will join us on the retreat portion to teach some Ayurveda and considerations when teaching and addressing individuals as well as some discussions on the Bhagavad Gita, Yin Yoga, Kosha's, Nadi's and Mudras. http://www.snehanaayurveda.com/
Rachelle Tersigni (myself) I will teach the Asana classes in both Vinyasa and Hatha forms, Pranayama, Bandhas, Yoga Philosophy: Tantra, Patanjali Sutras and more, Meditation (Buddhist, Tantric and Classical), Chakras, Alignment, Class sequencing, Anatomy of Asana (asana breakdowns) and Mentorship.
The cost is 3000 Euros which includes a one week retreat with food and accommodations included, it is a deeply transformative time in nature. This was the favorite part of my last training and everyone spoke about how it made such a huge difference for them to be immersed everyday all day for 7 days.
This training is certified by Yoga Alliance. Upon completion of the hours barring you meet the other requirements you will earn your certificate.
You can pay in installments for this training over the course of the time from April to June. A 500 euro deposit is required to hold your spot. Everything must be paid for before June 25.
Testimonials: "Rachelle offers an open, honest and introspective approach to teaching Yoga. Her training style is encouraging, inclusive, and grounded in years of experience. Having entered Rachelle's teacher training with a traditionalist background in Yoga, I was pleased to discover & learn that Yoga had far broader-reaching and more open horizons than I had previously thought there to be. Rachelle taught me to investigate other styles, keep being a student no matter my level, and she lifted me beyond my previous abilities to a greater understanding of what Yoga is all about. For anyone looking for a flexible teacher training schedule, with a great teacher, this is the class for you!" - Tom Soldan
"I decided to do Le Moderne Yoga Teacher Training out of curiosity. I had been doing yoga for a couple of years and I had no desire to teach, but I wanted to learn the why and how, to deepen my yoga practice. I was afraid when I saw the curriculum - pranayama and meditation and a lot of theory, but Rachelle broke it down for the class. I quickly realized that the workload, although heavy, was doable and really rewarding. I managed to meditate for the first time thanks to her. I found my groove in the asanas, learned to do things that I only dreamed of doing. Her instructions are clear and tailor-made for each student based on what they are capable of doing at that point in time. Rachelle is encouraging and is always there to answer any questions I had. The training allows for a lot of reflection and thanks to this I did a lot of soul-searching. I am physically and mentally stronger and I can honestly say that this teacher training played a monumental part in my transformation. Right at the end I realized that I love teaching, I just never had the tools before so my aversion was based on fear. I highly recommend this teacher training for those who are curious, those who want to teach and even those who don’t." - Marie Bouic
"I haven’t been practicing yoga for a very long time yet was very motivated to be a yoga teacher. Rachelle’s training helped me in many ways. As I could correct my own practice I learned how to teach others getting into asanas safely. I recommend her training to anyone who wants to deepen their practice as well as teaching yoga. It’s a very serious training that puts a great emphasis on safety and professionalism. You can feel that Rachelle is passionate about yoga and it’s very contagious ! I was also happy to be introduced to Yoga Nidra, a style I didn’t know about before but of which I’m looking forward to deepen my knowledge of !" - Morgane Joncour