ASHTANGA YOGA VIENNA
Neubaugasse 12–14/2/14 1070 Vienna Austria
Manju Jois, Ashtanga Yoga guru of Mysore, South India, is the oldest son of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, recognized worldwide as the foremost authority on Ashtanga Yoga. He is offering Ashtanga workshop - 5 days Ashtanga teacher training workshop on Primary Series & one day Second Series on 22.nd at Ashtanga Yoga Vienna.
Manju incorporates pranayama and vedic chantings in his classes, which go very well with Ashtanga yoga practice. Manju's intention is to teach in the way of the Ancient tradition and bring the many benefits of Ashtanga yoga to his students.
|07.30 - 09.30||MYSORE||Each class will consist of self-practice where Manju will work closely with you giving safe adjustments. The begin of the Ashtanga Mysore Style practice will be arraged. Drop in is for those with etstablished Mysore practice possible.|
|10.00 - 11.00||Yoga Therapy - HANDS-ON TRAINING||After a break Manju demonstrates and comments the essential adjustments concerning the asana (All Series) and different students, as well theiir therapeuctic aspects - a lot of space to understand the “safe adjustment”.|
|11.00 - 12.00||PRACTICE||The students practice the adjustment under the supervision of Manju - he is giving suggestions, corrections and answers questions.|
|12.00 - 12.30||Yoga Therapy - PRANAYAMA, CHANTING||Finally Manju will lead the group through pranayama and mantra chanting. Manju will answer your questions here and we will have the chance to discuss those issues which occure in the course of the training.|
Teacher Training OVERVIEW
This five-day training will present the Ashtanga yoga series and traditions in their purest form, providing a rare and privileged opportunity for practitioners to learn about Ashtanga Yoga as Therapy from a genuine Indian master. Manju Jois uses only the ancient practices, offering truly authentic guidance for all who wish to deepen Ashtanga practice and Ashtanga teaching. By the end of the week, students should be able to present the Primary Series in the traditional way (using Sanskrit commands) as well as teach some fundamental pranayamas and chants.
The Teacher Training is recomanded for practicioners, ongoing teachers and Ashtanga Yoga teachers.
Teaching Assistance | Natasa Cvetkovic
Manju has great knowledge and experience in the teaching of Ashtanga Yoga. Through his humor and his understanding of Western lifestyle and thinking Manju can establish the connection between the culture of the East and of the West in a simple way. His story of the migration of yoga to the West and its development has witnessed Manju. (It offers a special opportunity to ask questions for all audiences.) It is one of the few occasions to experience Manju P. Jois personally and to participate in the ensuing discussion.
Yoga Therapy Teacher Training Workshop with Manju P. Jois(11. -15. 09.16)
*Discount for students of Ashtanga Yoga Vienna one Year Teacher Training and of the 5 days Teacher Training workshop
The space is limited & reservations is made after the receipt of the full payment.
Manju P. Jois is the oldest son of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, the foremost authority on Ashtanga Yoga. For the last 56 years Manju has been continuously teaching the traditions of authentic Indian style throughout the world. He is teaching the powerful healing elements and techniques that make up the Ashtanga system, including a series of asanas (postures) known as The Primary Series or Yoga Chikitsa (Yoga Healing), as well as Vedic peace chants (Shanthi Mantras). The students will benefit from the traditional system by using the original Sanskrit.
Manju P. Jois is an inspirational teacher, understanding the western humour and lifestyle and still teaching in traditional way. His Vedic Chants, Mudra and Pranayama teachings transform the practice of Asana. The teacher trainings offer space for many questions and answers.
Manju and his father Pattabhi Jois met the children of Flower Power in in 1974 in California. They gave many Yoga Demonstrations and spread the Yoga Spirit. Patthabi Jois returned soon to teach in India, where his students have been waiting for him. Manju decided to stay in US and continue teaching with the blessing of his father. The last 40 years of Yoga brought many Yoga Styles and Yoga Lifestyle, many of them are ashtanga vinyasa based. Manju continues his worldwide teaching in tradition of his teacher and father Pattahabi Jois.
“You have to do all parts, also called jñana (knowledge) yoga. To get that knowledge, you have to practice all the steps, just like a ritual you do every day. Your asana practice maintains physical health, then you have to do pranayama, and the chanting (internal vibrations).”- Manju P. Jois