Embark on a transformative journey within as you dive deep into the world of meditation, breathwork, and yoga. During this 13-day, 200-hour teacher training, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the 8 limbs of yoga, the sutras, chakras, mantras, mudras, ayurveda, alignment, adjustments, anatomy, gratitude journaling, and student sequencing.
Not only will you learn about these subjects, but you will also have the opportunity to experience them in a unique setting. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Sacred Valley as you go on hikes and participate in bonfires. Connect with nature and your inner self through guided breathwork and shamanic drum journeys, and uplift your spirit through a cacao ceremony.
In addition to traditional yoga practices, this training also explores tree yoga, intuitive dance, walking meditation, parental patterns, the law of mirroring, and inner child reconnection. By the end of this program, you will not only have a deeper understanding of yourself, but you will also be equipped with the tools to help others on their own journeys.
As a special bonus, you will receive a comprehensive course manual, and every student who signs up for this training will have the opportunity to plant a tree, making a positive impact on the planet. This training is suitable for individuals of all levels, whether you are a beginner or an experienced student, who feels called to become a certified meditation, breathwork, and yoga teacher. Come join us on this transformative journey towards self-discovery and fulfillment as we help others find their inner peace while making a difference for our planet.
Hatha is a traditional form of yoga that emphasizes the physical practice of postures (asanas) and breathing exercises (pranayama). It is designed to balance and harmonize the body and mind. It is a gentle practice that can be suitable for beginners, and it is widely practiced as it serves as a foundation for many other forms of yoga. Classes usually include a combination of standing, seated and reclined postures, as well as relaxation and meditation techniques.
Vinyasa is a dynamic style of yoga that involves flowing movements synchronized with breath. The word "vinyasa" means "to place in a special way," and refers to the coordinated movement and breath used to transition between poses. This style of yoga often includes sun salutations and a variety of standing and seated poses. It is also known as "vinyasa flow" yoga.
Yin is a slow-paced style of yoga in which poses are held for longer periods of time. The focus is on stretching the connective tissue, such as ligaments and fascia, rather than the muscles. The practice is said to be beneficial for increasing flexibility and promoting relaxation. Poses are typically done on the floor and are often seated or reclined. The practice is also believed to have a calming effect on the mind.
Tree Yoga connects us with our inner and outer nature. By meditating under a tree and using it as a prop for assisted asanas, we can effortlessly cultivate self-compassion and compassion for others. Through pranayama, we can tap into the life force that we share with the tree. In the midst of a hectic world, Tree Yoga serves as an oasis that guides us to rootedness. As we become more connected with nature, we are reminded of our interconnectedness with the world around us, leading to gratitude for our place within it.
Analytical is a type of meditation that involves analyzing and understanding the nature of one's own mind and experiences. During this type of meditation, the practitioner will focus on a specific subject, such as thoughts, emotions, or physical sensations, and observe them in a non-judgmental way. The aim is to gain insight into the nature of reality, and to understand how the mind creates suffering and how this suffering can be overcome. This type of meditation can help to increase self-awareness, reduce stress, and promote emotional regulation. It's often used as a tool for personal growth and spiritual development.
One-pointed is a type of meditation in which the practitioner focuses their attention on a single point of reference, such as the breath, a mantra, or an image. The goal of one-pointed meditation is to quiet the mind and achieve a state of mental stillness and concentration. This practice can help to reduce stress, increase focus, and promote feelings of inner peace and calm.
Open Awareness Meditation:
Open Awareness is a type of meditation where the practitioner cultivates a non-judgmental and non-reactive awareness towards their present moment experience. Instead of focusing on a specific object of attention, like in one-pointed meditation, the attention is open to all that arises in the present moment. This can include thoughts, emotions, sounds, and physical sensations. The goal of open awareness meditation is to develop a sense of spaciousness, non-attachment and to be more present in the moment without getting caught up in thoughts and emotions. This type of meditation can help to improve emotional regulation, reduce stress and increase overall well-being.
By intentionally changing our breathing pattern, we’ll reach an altered state of consciousness and travel into a deeper dimension of the present moment. Breathwork is used as therapeutic practice as well as spiritual development and allows us to be our own healer. We will discover how we can use our breath to get in touch with our pure essence, connect with our inner wisdom and live in a loving awareness. We will be able to uncover and let go of past events and feelings that limit us. We will experience different kinds of breathwork Rebirthing, Shamanic breathwork, and Wim Hof techniques.
Breathwork with Shamanic Drum:
This practice combines the use of repetitive drumming with different breath techniques to enter a trance-like state. The drumming is used to induce a state of deep relaxation and heightened awareness, while the breathwork helps to create a deeper connection to the spiritual realm. Different types of breathwork, such as deep breathing, rapid breathing, and circular breathing, are used to enhance the experience. This combination can lead to an altered state of consciousness where the individual can access spiritual guidance and connect with power animals or spirit guides.
Through various activities we will become more able to see how attached we are to our mind's patterns & behavior. Through building this awareness we'll be able to break it and find sustainable inner peace.
Dancing is an easy way to reach out to our body and make a deeper, more aware and more intuitive contact with it. When we dance we can be brought into a “trance” as if we were completely somewhere else. Like a dynamic meditation, it facilitates the release of stuck energy. Moreover, dancing with others opens us to a new way to connect and to communicate. Through listening and trust between partners we develop empathy and compassion.
The practice is based on a simple technique of freestyle walking that allows us to observe the constant falling asleep and awakening of the mind back to the present moment. We will learn the art of quiet and objective observation, and be able to apply it to our daily lives. When we are able to observe our inner narrative it begins to lose its power over us, and we can raise our quality of life by gaining both strength and flexibility of thought. We don’t force the peace, we let it appear by itself.
Let's make the best of the relationship we have with our parents by understanding the parental mechanisms in action and where do they come from in order to detach ourselves from them and make the most of it. This will allow us to break the spread of these deeply entrenched family behavior patterns and heal from it.
Law of mirroring:
When we are working on our personal growth, we tend to focus excessively on ourself. However, by taking a step back and understanding the relation that we have with our environnement, and what we see in others reveals sacred information about who we are ourselves. This psychological projection we do all the time with other is a defense mechanism by which we attribute unacceptable feelings, thoughts, beliefs or even actions of our own to others.
Inner child reconnection:
Our “inner child” is a part of our subconscious that has been picking up messages way before it was able to fully process what was going on (mentally and emotionally). It holds emotions, memories and beliefs from the past as well as hopes and dreams for the future. To heal we have to be in peace and work hand by hand with this part of us.
Locally sourced vegetarian/vegan meals will be served each day, and in the morning, juices related to the chakras will be offered.
We will be staying at Samadhi Sacred Valley retreat center, located in the middle of a natural environment, surrounded by mountains. Our retreat center maintains traditional practices and ancient culture that you can see throughout the venue.
This ceremony opens the heart through the use of cacao. Cacao helps the body to heal, detoxify and to give your immune system a strong boost. The experience of raw chocolate within a cacao ceremony can also assist in gaining clarity in the areas of love, purpose, intuitive abilities and personal growth. Traditionally Cacao was used by the Maya and Ancient Aztec civilization.
We want you to fall in love with yoga, seamlessly integrating it into your lifestyle back at home. We ask that you fulfill integration hours after your time with us to fully complete the training. Integration hours include personal practice, teaching others, or attending yogic classes.
Beyond The Mat
Our philosophy brings yoga back to its roots. We practice beyond the physical aspects, diving deep into meditation and breathwork. We truly believe in taking yoga off the mat and into our daily lives. Yoga is not just a destination but a continual process of arrival, and these practices are the gateway into inviting more bliss into your everyday moments.
Gratitude allows us to relish good experiences, improve our health, deal with adversity, and build loving relationships. Being grateful keeps us in harmony with the universe.
Awakening Your Dreams
Our passion is to motivate you to live the life of your dreams! You are unique, and you hold a special purpose here. We love seeing others living their dreams, so they can become free of limitations. Let's walk through this life fearlessly together.
Below is a sample of our daily schedule, however it may vary from day to day.
Chakra Bungalow Each of our bungalows represents one of the seven chakra energy centers in the body. In the main lodge, we have a living room and dining room. The yoga studio is located on the top floor. This accommodation option features 3 beds and is surrounded by windows. The price listed is per person.
How to get there: Please fly into Cusco Airport (CUZ) in Peru.
We'll provide complimentary transportation for pick up and drop off at 11am airport (CUZ) for the first and last day of training.
Dates: June 7-19, 2023
Duration: 13 days / 12 nights
At the age of 16, Wolf Kinsmen began his journey into meditation, breathwork, and yoga, which eventually led him to become the founder of Tree Yoga. His travels have played a crucial role in enhancing his knowledge and skills, inspiring him to become an author. Wolf learned breathwork under the guidance of Wim Hof and further honed his coaching abilities at Tony Robbins Coach Training School. During a transformative trip to the Amazon in Peru, Wolf studied shamanism with Don Howard. He shares his expertise by guiding international teacher trainings, drawing from his personal experiences to empower others and help them unleash their inner strength.
Célia Duremberg is driven by sharing what she has learned during her personal journey. She helps others to become their own healer and to reconnect with themselves through holistic modalities. She facilitates Breathwork journeys, which has been the most amazing tool for her self-healing and inner awareness. For a quick and powerful emotional release she uses the EFT tapping method, learned in Peru. She has studied at the Coach Training School of Tony Robbins which allows her to give accurate and personalized guidance. Célia learned Reiki in Thailand and Mexico and combines energetic healing with her other practices. She guides workshops and teacher trainings all over the world. As a former mechanical engineer, her scientific background allows her to offer a very clear, methodical and grounded approach.
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