2019 NRITYOGAŽ (YOGA OF DANCE) Intensive/Master class/ Teacher's training & Open to All!
100 hours of training for Teachers, students, individuals who would like to take their yoga/dance/meditation/spiritual practice to a higher level and also for individuals who are interested in the healing/therapeutic aspects.
NrityogaŽ is a practice combining ancient yogic techniques, sacred dance, mudras (hand gestures), therapeutic eye/feet/hand work, ancient Tantric and Vaishnava trance dance traditions, ayurvedic medicinal aspects, pranayama(breathwork), therapeutic footwork, ancient sanskrit healing mantras with movement, deep visualization techniques, and Mudra therapy.
In Indian Yoga (Jyog), it is believed that the sacred scriptures were handed down to us through expression, movement, and rhythm of dance; a dynamic form of Yoga (Jyog) practiced by the ancient yogis and yoginis of the temples!
This training series offers a holistic practice that goes beyond technique and structure; and emphasizes the whole being; learning and practicing a philosophy of life in motion, in harmony with the true meaning of Yoga (Jyog).
Various aspects of Raja, Bhakti, Gyana, Shakti, Hatha, Tantra, Nritya, Mantra, etc. yoga are integrated in this joyous learning process.
NrityogaŽ combines techniques and philosophy of various forms of yoga traditions, sacred dance traditions, Mudra & meditation techniques and mudra/movement/dance therapy traditions of India. A rare opportunity to truly explore the roots of the ancient philosophies and practices of yoga, and bring this wisdom to a more modern day practice. An experience that truly incorporates the body, mind & spirit; spiritually inspiring and soulfully uplifting!
Schedule: 22 JULY - 2 AUGUST, 2019
- Monday - Friday 10 am to 6pm (80 hours) +
- 20 hours of work, study and practice prior to taking this training session given by Amrita Choudhury.
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Amrita Choudhury has been teaching for the past 30 years and founded NrityogaŽ in 1999. She was educated at Nobel Prize winning poet Rabindranath Tagore's school/ashram Santiniketan (the abode of peace) in India. Here, the relationship between nature, spirituality and the arts was a part of everyday life. Amrita's greatest teachers and inspiration was her late grandfather, a great Yogi and Shaivite priest in India, the last surviving temple Yogini of East India, Sashimani Mahari, her great Aunt saint and Yogini Ma Anandamayee and her Dance Gurus : her mother and Guru Chittaranjan Acharya. She is educated in the sacred arts of dance, yoga and mudras and works in the field of movement/Dance Therapy. Amrita has also performed Anthropological research related to the ancient tantric temple yogi/yoginis of India and their dance/yoga practices. She carries a degree in Anthropology and is a respected yoga-dance researcher and choreographer. She believes that Yoga, movement, and dance is the source of life, an expression of life and simply a way of life; an ancient philosophy of life in graceful motion.
Amrita travels throughout Europe, Central and South American, North America and Asia offering workshops, trainings and performances.
Training Manual: $20 (to be paid on the 1st day)
Initial payment of NYTT $575 (including paypal charges)
Remaining payment of NYTT $1455 (including paypal charges)
If residing in Canada, you can also send a cheque to Amrita Choudhury, 200 rue de Gaspe, Suite 1010, Montreal, QC, H3E 1E6.
Please fill out the application form and send back : NYTT2019form.pdf
All deposits and registration payments for this course/workshop are final. There are not refunds or transfers after payment has been made.
To register or obtain further information please contact
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