History & Philosophy of Yoga Immersion with Sara Ivanhoe

Yoga Scholar with Sara Ivanhoe

Honored to host Sara Ivanhoe for a weekend immersion in the history and philosophy of Yoga.

April 7-8, 2018

Visting from LA just for this training, Sara is a premier scholar in the History of Yoga. Join her for a weekend immersion to dive deep into the yoga texts and timeline that brings us to our modern day yoga practice.

WHEN: Saturday, April 7th from 1:30pm-5:30pm Sunday, April 8th from 11:00am-4:00pm
WHERE: Twist Yoga – 3970 SW Mercantile Dr. #100, Lake Oswego
WHO: Open to all! You don’t have to be a yoga teacher to enjoy The Yoga Scholar Introductory Training. In fact, if you’ve never done a yoga pose ever, you will still find value from the training.
HOW MUCH: Just $99 for all weekend

Yes, register me now!

The yoga postures you do on the mat are only a small portion of what it means to be a Yoga Practitioner. Yoga was practiced for hundreds of years before anyone did any physical movement.

Yoga was ritual, chanting, visualization, breathing, and meditation. In this immersion, you will learn the history of the yoga lineage, learn about the different styles of the practice, understand the primary texts associated with yoga and come away with a full “Tool Kit” of supplementary practices to support your journey as a Seeker and enhance your offerings as a Teacher.

What will we cover?
If you are in the midst of a Teacher Training Program, often you may feel that you are in a Physiology course, and not a Yoga Teacher Training! This immersion will help put it all into perspective.

Lastly, if you are already a teacher and feel that you have mostly excelled at being an “Asana” teacher and want to expand that into being a “YOGA” teacher- this course is for you.

ABOUT Sara Ivanhoe – The History and Philosophy of Yoga

Sara Ivanhoe is a certified yoga teacher, author of “Yoga for Dummies” books series, and several yoga video series.
Loyola Marymount University has awarded Sara a Certification in Yoga Philosophy.

She recently got her Master’s Degree at LMU‘s Inaugural Yoga Philosophy program.