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dharmaKaya yoga teacher training Spain - 2018

  • CASA EL MORISCO Spain (map)

Dharmakaya Yoga ... registered and certified with the Yoga Alliance (RYT 200) in the CASA EL MORISCO

The Dharmakaya is the emptiness and omniscience of a Buddha’s mind. It is the result of the collection of wisdom. In the DharmaKaya Yoga method, we incorporate the wisdom as well as the compassion teachings of the Buddha to cultivate an elevated state of mind; as close to the Buddha’s mind as possible.

Practically speaking, it is a system of slow, controlled movements that always include elements of energy work, breath, philosophy and meditation.

DharmaKaya Yoga has authenticity at the heart of its teaching. The goal is to teach people to get real about who they are, to love who they really are and to express who they really are. Everyone has a unique and important voice to share, everyone has a specific path and purpose that, when realised results in a deeply fulfilling, rich and rewarding life. It’s only when we stop living the life we were expected to live that we can truly live the life we were meant to live.

Everyone can be a yoga teacher, but not everyone can know what their purpose is and better yet, communicate that purpose. If you’ve ever wondered what it is you have to say, or have something to say but don’t know how to communicate it, then this training is for you.

What is DharmaKaya Yoga?
DharmaKaya Yoga is an intensely physical and spiritually focused practice. The practice is best described as deep, slow and sensual. Sensual in that the student is encouraged to focus intensely on the different sensations that arise throughout the practice. It is in this way, that the practice goes from being a regular form of exercise, to a deeply intimate and personal transformative experience. There is a strong focus on breath as it is through the breath that we are able to feel.
The practice challenges students to stay present with all sensation, with all thought and with all feeling. The student learns how to not judge, criticize, or analyze themselves but instead, to open up to pure experience. This results in a gradual letting go of old patterned behaviors that may be holding the student back. DharmaKaya Yoga builds confidence, willpower and concentration. The student learns how to practice in a way that is deeply introspective and authentic, leading to a life more authentically expressed.

About the Teacher Training:
By the end of the training, students will be able to effectively teach a full 90 minutes DharmaKaya Yoga class with self-confidence. In this training, students learn how to become teachers who inspire with an authentic voice. For this to happen, students will go through a process of self investigation and will be challenged physically and emotionally.
The training is about learning how to teach others Yoga, but also about how to use the experiences from the student’s own life, to help and benefit the students they will go on to teach.
It is about understanding the potential teacher’s strengths and perceived limitations to be an effective communicator and an authentic ambassador for living a Yogic (I.e more compassionate and connected) life.
The training is therefore deeply transformational and an attempt to awaken the student to their life’s purpose which in the end may or may not be, to be a Yoga teacher.
It is therefore not only for those wanting to teach, but those wanting to learn how to integrate the practice of Yoga into their everyday life.


1. Insight
2. Authenticity
3. Responsibility
4. Paradoxes
5. Belief in Self


1. Breath
2. Movement and Stillness
3. Energy Work
4. Meditaion
5. Philosophical Element


Please note that the course is held in English but full German transcript and audio classes are available. Also, the student can teach in German, ask questions in German and still receive all the relevant information. All of the dharmaKaya trainings so far have been taken by German speaking students.

• The 8 limbed path of Master Patanjali
• The different paths of Yoga
• Chanting of Sutra and basic Sanskrit
• Basic anatomy and different types of injury
• Energy anatomy
• Ayurveda and Yogic diet

Purification and transformation
• Asana
• Correct alignment
• What the Sanskrit names mean
• Benefits and contraindications
• The importance of transitioning
• Common mistakes and how to correct them
• Asana as purification and a means for insight Pranayama

• What it is
• How it can be used
• Different kinds of pranayama

Developing the light within
• How Karma Works
• What is Emptiness?
• The role of teachers
• Authenticity Training (how to find your authentic voice)
• How to create good and effective sequencing
• The use of music
• How to give a good Dharma Talk
• The art of assists
• Practical teaching and one on one feedback

2574 € All inclusive

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