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Teacher Training Open House & Sample Class with Richard Schachtel
Aug 31, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm| Free
If you’ve been considering In-Depth Studies or Teacher Training, or have already taken a Foundational 200 hour training but are eager to find out about taking one in Iyengar Yoga. try to attend this sample teacher training class.
- Aug 31, 2017
- 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
These courses are not just for people who want to teach yoga, but also for those who want to learn more about yoga and to develop their personal yoga practice. Iyengar Yoga is known for it’s precision, attention to detail, and alignment, and its use of props making yoga more accessible.
These courses are for those who want to know more about:
- The history and development of yoga
- The most important texts in the philosophy of yoga
- The most significant teachers in the spread of yoga to the west.
- Get lessons on Pranayama and Restorative Yoga
- The different yoga traditions; bhakti, tantra, jnana, karma to name a few.
- The life and teachings of BKS Iyengar.
- How to develop an appropriate elegant and profound practice and much, much more.
>> Wear Yoga Clothes.
>> Please arrive at 5:45 pm if possible
>> Please Pre-register and sign the liability form.
>> No credit card information is needed to sign up.
About the Teacher: Richard Schachtel
Richard Schachtel has been training in Iyengar Yoga for over 40 years. He founded The Center For Yoga in 1980 and is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher and an authorized Iyengar Yoga Teacher Trainer. He has made 22 yoga study trips to India to personally train with the Iyengar Family most recently in December 2016. Richard is the Seattle Area’s most Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher. Richard has been training teachers in Seattle since 1986 and has influenced several generations of yoga teachers. There are over 100 recent graduates of this program which is offered also on the weekends, and in 4 week immersions. Richard has taught yoga workshops throughout the USA, at several Iyenger Yoga National Conventions, in Australia and India, and taught this spring in China.