200HR Yoga Teacher Training
Sept 16th- Nov 13th 2016.
The 200 Hr Yoga Teacher Training is ideal for aspiring teachers and serious students wishing to deepen their practice. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the life-changing benefits of Yoga. You will emerge with the confidence and tools to begin to teach what you love!
Led by Gerhard Gessner E-RYT500
NEXT INFO SESSION:
August 23th 8:30PM
“The 200 Hour Teacher Training at Prana Yoga was well worth every minute of my time. Gerhard is an extremely knowledgeable and gifted teacher, and the trainers he brought in during the training are all experts at what they do. I feel as though the Prana teacher training strives to make yoga accessible to everyone – it is not exclusive to elite practitioners. Gerhard is clearly passionate and well versed in what he does, and he knows how to translate that passion into concise, relevant and inclusive instruction to equip others in spreading the good works of yoga.”
Kimberly Blough, PYTT graduate November 2014
Welcome To Chula Vista Yoga Center:
We are so happy you are considering Yoga. Yoga has shown tremendous physical benefits for people seeking fitness as well as therapy for chronic ailments and injuries. A mind-body technique that stresses the creation of a quiet, reflective space in mind, it promotes mental clarity and an overall a sense of well-being.
Students who sustain quality yoga practice will see benefits including:
Flexibility in joints and muscular system
Recovery from injury and chronic pain
Daily vitality and well-being
Health and longevity
Inner calm and focus
Whenever you feel ready to take your first class, arrive 10 to 15 minutes prior to class to register and allow you some time to settle. We offer mats and towels at no charge, but feel free to bring your own if you already have them.
At the Chula Vista Yoga Center we practice Vinyasa Flow.
Kristyan Stjerne founded the studio 10 years ago. Our instructors honor and respect the history and beliefs of our studio founder. We practice in a safe and comfortable atmosphere, always welcoming new students to start their journey into the yoga life, while also honoring our long-time students that have been with us since the beginning.
Liberation these day has to do so much with having a healthy body and freedom from suffering. More people are turning to Yoga to alleviate pain than for any other reason. Yoga teaches us that in order to relive our physical pain, we must also free our minds from suffering and open our hearts. On a physical level, Yoga postures relieve the backaches, headaches, and strained ligaments a student may suffer. Yoga has poses to correct postural defects and bring flexibility and alignment to the spine to bring vital dormant energy back into your body. On a deeper level, yoga also balances the nervous system, calming the nerves and relieving the psychological pain of depression, anxiety, and grief. Once the physical body is healthy,and the mind is calm, clear, and free of mental stress the yogi then realizes his or her own divinity, and that realization releases him or her from suffering…