This 10 day yoga immersion in Mt. Shasta, CA is meant for teachers and practitioners alike. While we are offering this 100-hour training as the first part of our 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training program, we welcome all students of yoga who are looking to deepen their practice and understanding of yoga philosophy. It can also be attended as a refresher for yoga teacher graduates looking to emerge themselves in the teachings while on retreat.
Prana, Prana Vayus, Gunas, Subtle Essences, Chakras, Nadis, Bandhas, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (Books 1 and 2), Hatha Yoga, Tantra.
SRI YOGA ALUMNI
If you have graduated from our training program and would like to deepen your connection to the Sri Yoga curriculum by repeating one of our 200-Hour yoga teacher training course then please join us for a refresher at a reduced rate of $1008.
Lodging for this immersive experience in Mt. Shasta, CA are separate from the cost of the training. (see add-on options at the registration process)
Lodging is for Friday June 10, with check out on Sunday June 19. Since we are staying in the A frame lodge, there is no partial credit for late arrivals/early departures.
You will meet for class each morning at 9 am. Lunch time will be 12:30-3 pm. Afternoon session is 3-6pm. Evening programs/contemplation/study time will vary depending on the topic. We will build in time to enjoy Mt Shasta and the surrounding area. There is no cell service on the property for most people. You will need to drive down the hill to get a signal. There are internet cafes, restaurants, and a grocery store in Weed and Mount Shasta. Mount Shasta also has a natural foods store called Berryvale which also has great lunch options.
Check In: 4pm on Friday June 10. Evening program begins at 7pm
Daily schedule (Saturday - Saturday)
10:30 Asana Practice
12:30-3:00 Lunch, small group sessions, meditation, mineral baths
3:00-6:00 Afternoon topics and Asana, Pranayama, Meditation
7:30-9:00 Evening Program
Sunday, June 19, Schedule
10:00-1:00 Closing ceremony, asana/pranayama/meditation practice