Inanitah is thrilled to begin the 2012-13 season by offering a 200-Hour Jungleyoga Teacher Training. Randall O’Leary, founder or Jungleyoga Ashram, is a genuine yogi who understands how to bring fun into a deeply connected holistic approach to yoga. After leading teacher trainings for years in Thailand, Randall is bringing Jungleyoga to Central America for the first time.
Gaia and Paul, founders of InanItah, met Randall years ago on the beaches of Thailand and traveled with him through India, and have been deeply inspired by his work. In Gaia’s words, “Randall is the only person I would want to present a yoga teacher training here. Randall unites deep yoga philosophy and a humorous spirit with absolute integrity. I truly respect the way that he holds yoga as an art, a science and a solid, playful way of living and growing. Randall is a truly Tantric yogi.”
The Jungleyoga Teacher training is a unique yoga teacher training opportunity that offers participants the experience of conscious community living while emphasizing personal growth. The Jungleyoga Teacher Training will include:
Further information about the Jungleyoga Teacher training and the Jungleyoga Ashram is available on the Jungleyoga website. Contact us if you are interested at workshops [at] inanitah.com.
There will be opportunity to practice your yoga teaching skills here at InanItah if you choose to stay on as a visitor or volunteer after the course.
» Food & Accommodation
» Frequently asked questions about InanItah
» Class Schedule, Qualifications, and Certification
» About Randall O’Leary, the course instructor, and his assistant Ushma
» More information on the Philosophy of Jungleyoga
» An excerpt from the Jungleyoga Training Manual
» Download the Jungleyoga Training Manual from the Jungleyoga Website
» Visit the Jungleyoga website
Early birds: Contribute $1875 to the workshop tuition if you reserve your spot now. After August 31, 2012 tuition is $2100.Please contact us first, and then reserve your spot with a non-refundable deposit of $937.50.There is an additional contribution of $550 for meals and accommodation.Register for the Workshop