Registration is now open for the 2021, 40-hour HYT-TTP Virtual Workshop!
Today we are pleased to share the details of the schedule and ask that you register soon so that we can secure a place for you.
The 40-hour Virtual Workshop is designed for all HYT-TTP Students, Graduates and Mentors, as well as any current Yoga Teachers or serious practitioners. We will provide Yoga Alliance CEUs for all sessions.
Although it will not be possible to have all the live sessions during your time zone, we will allow replays of the sessions for 3 months, so that you can schedule a time that works best for you.
The HYT-TTP Faculty will provide approximately 2 1/2-hour sessions, including live Q&As.
If you would like more details about our faculty, go HERE to view our website and click 'Meet the Faculty'.
Schedule & Presenters:
The sessions will be on Saturday & Sunday morning at 10 AM EDT and Wednesday & Friday at 7 PM EDT based on Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
03/20: Swami Ritavan Bharati with Adhikari Bhoi – The Importance of Sankalpa
03/21: Chuck Linke – Adhikara: Being a dedicated student of the HYT Initiatory Lineage
03/24: Carol Crenshaw – The purpose and importance of Sadhana in daily life
03/26: Charles Crenshaw – Refining one’s Pranayama practice
03/27: Paul Emerson & Mary Bowman-Cline – Muscle & JT actions in Asana practice
03/28: Savitri Jugdeo – Advancing one’s Personal Meditation practice
03/31: Rabindra Sahu – A personal Philosophy of Life
04/02: Daniel Hertz & Nikki Strong – Biofeedback and Beyond
04/03: Ashutosh Sharma – The Prana-Vidya approach to Hatha Yoga practice
04/04: Easter – No Presentation in observance of Easter
04/07: Gary & Cynthia Gran – Practical principles of Ayurveda
04/09: Pierre Lefebvre – Yoga Philosophy; Important texts of the Tradition
04/10: Stoma Parker – Swami Rama’s principles of Yoga Psychology
04/11: Sonia van Nispen & Randall Krause – Balancing Lifestyle and Habit Patterns
04/11: John Sellinger – Internal Dialogue: Making friends with your mind
04/16: Michael Smith & Barb Aschettino – HYT-TTP Home Study & Graduation
04/17: Panel Discussion – Attitudes of a Teacher in the Tradition
Cost of the Virtual Workshop:
To help sustain the Ashram during this difficult time, all the proceeds from this workshop will be donated to SRSG.
We are recommending a donation of US$250.00 for those that live in High-Income Countries, US$190.00 for those in Middle-Income Countries, and US$125.00 for those in Low-Income Countries. Of course, any additional donations will be appreciated.
The registration site is on Constant Contact and will allow you to pay using your credit card or your PayPal account.
If you cannot attend or wish to donate to support the mission and ashram of SRSG please click here.
In Loving Service,