TEACHING PRANAYAMA AND ADVANCED ASANA
Essential Practices for Yoga Teachers

Date: 5-Week Training, August 27–September 27, 2020
Days: Tuesdays–Sundays
Length: 19.5 / 1 in-class hour(s) per week
Faculty: Janna Delgado and Michelle Dalbec
Apprentice: Christopher Holmes
Tuition: $994

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The practice of breathwork awakens the life force and opens the door to profound meditation. Deepen your knowledge of pranayama, gain mastery in teaching asana, and explore the philosophy that gave birth to these techniques in a training designed to revitalize your physical and energetic bodies.

This module includes

  • Ayurvedic, yogic, and contemporary perspectives on prana and the physiology of subtle energy
  • Guided experiences that reveal how pranayama can be used to soothe and steady the mind
  • Practical anatomy and alignment principles for advanced asana
  • Contraindications and teaching tools to work safely with students
  • Opportunities to develop your skills and build confidence through one-on-one sessions and evaluated practice-teaches
  • A unique Kripalu teaching methodology that integrates modifications, variations, and hands-on assists.

Prerequisites 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training


Curious About the Training?

Join a free information session webinar with Janna Delgado and Michelle Dalbecto learn more and ask questions about this training.
Date: August 17
Time: 6:30–7:30 pm EST

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Learn more about the 300-Hour Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training.



Preview the Schedule

The 5-week training meets in a two-week structure.
Week A Meets Tuesday–Sunday for 19.5 hours total
Week B Meets Wednesday for 1 hour total

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About the Application Process

Admissions to the programs are determined on a rolling basis. Given high program demand and a maximum number of students per training, we strongly recommend that applicants submit applications as soon as possible. We rely on information provided in the application to make informed decisions about your capacity to fully participate in and benefit from all aspects of the program. Please answer the questions honestly and completely. The Kripalu Schools do not discriminate in admissions, administration, or educational policies with regard to race, ethnic origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, creed, or religion.

Notes on your application:

  • Review information on program dates, costs, faculty, curricula, certification criteria, and general information about Kripalu on our website.
  • Complete the appropriate application for the program for which you are applying in its entirety, including the short-answer questions. Be sure to indicate your preferred program dates. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Kripalu reserves the right to require a phone interview or take other steps to supplement your application, if needed, in order to arrive at an informed admissions decision.
  • You will be notified of your admissions decision via email. If you do not have an email address, we will send your admissions decision by regular mail and also call you to inform you of your status.
  • If you are accepted in the training and the course you are interested in is full, you may register for the waitlist, which will remain open until the program’s start, or you may register for any training date within one year of your acceptance.

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About the Faculty

Janna Delgado, E-RYT 1000, is a Kripalu faculty member and curriculum developer for the Kripalu Yoga in the Schools programs. Learn more about Janna.
Michelle Dalbec, E-RYT 1000, YACEP, is a Lead Faculty member for Kripalu and lead teacher trainer for the Kripalu School of Yoga. Learn more about Michelle.

About the Apprentice

Christopher Holmes, a Kripalu Yoga teacher and licensed massage therapist, has expertise in anatomy and physiology for yoga and bodywork. Learn more about Chris.

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