Posts Tagged ‘Prana’

Yoga Teacher Training in Madison

My friend Aubree Saia is a student of Shiva Rea, breathworker, Thai Massage therapist and a teacher trainer for other yoga teachers. When I learned about her training program that begins this Fall, I asked if I could post some info here. The yoga teacher training program meets every Tuesday in Madison, but I thought some of my greater Chicagoland and Milwaukee area readers might also be interested. Here’s Aubree’s description:

Fall 2011 200 HR Yoga Alliance Approved Teacher Training Program

Jewel in the Lotus Yoga offers Moksha Yoga’s fundamental Teacher Training program rooted in classical yoga and enriched with the great wisdom of astanga vinyasa yoga and prana flow yoga. Participants will explore and study asana, pranayama, vinyasa krama (intelligent organic sequencing), hands on enhancements, and many practical teaching skills. Shiva Rea’s fundamental Prana Flow teacher training modules will be woven into this course.

Aubree Saia, E-RYT, offers her guidance from a deep well of authentic experience in the yogic healing arts. She began her practice 18 years ago, and has been sharing her love of yoga with others for the past 11 years. She has been blessed to assist with her inspiring teacher Shiva Rea and has spent many moments studying in the presence of numerous master teachers.

Aubree shares her knowledge & insight of Transformational Breathing, AcroYoga, and Thai Massage throughout the training journey. She creates a rich learning environment and brings together a unique mix of practices for students to enjoy and learn from.

Aubree is a certified Prana Flow Teacher, Transformational Breath Facilitator, AcroYoga Teacher, Thai Massage Practitioner, and the creative director of Jewel in the Lotus Yoga, LLC.

This program is open to all yogic explorers who are interested in expanding their experience and understanding of the vast ocean of yoga, those awakening to their inner wisdom, and those who would like to empower themselves as teachers on this incredible path.

For more information, please see Aubree’s website: http://jewelinthelotusyoga.com/