Teacher Training
"Teach what is inside you, not as it applies to you, but as it applies to the other."
Yogacharya Sri T. Krishnamacharya

Ante Pavlovic
Ante PavlovicI was first introduced to Yoga while working with special needs adults. This path has led me to the practice and teaching of Yoga, both as a philosophy and as therapy...
Felicia Pavlovic
Felicia PavlovicMy life's work is to share the tools I have learned in Yoga and Western Psychology. My personal work in these two realms over the years gives me the privilege to offer these tools to others on their own personal journeys...
The Source Of Our Teaching
Yogacarya Sri T KrishnamacharyaYogacarya Sri T Krishnamacharya was regarded as the grandfather of modern yoga. In addition to being a yogi, he was also a well known healer, linguist, musician, researcher, author and expert scholar in the six Indian Schools of Vedic Philosophy. He was a true pioneer in his ability to translate ancient teachings and make them relevant in a modern context.

As a teacher his principle was "Teach what is inside you, not as it applies to you, to yourself, but as it applies to the other." He taught that yoga should always be adapted to the unique needs, circumstances and goals of each individual. In refusing to standardize the practice and teaching methodology, he demonstrated a deep understanding of yoga relevant for all students.

During the one hundred years of his life (1888-1989), he inspired thousands of practitioners worldwide and today his teachings have become very popular through his many students - notably his son TKV Desikachar, Indra Devi, BKS Iyengar and Pattabhi Jois.

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Personal circumstances: What is your family situation and occupation? Please take time to reflect on the compatibility of this situation with the commitment to the training course and to the role of a yoga teacher. Think about how you could overcome any obstacles.
Yoga experience: Please tell us about any Yoga studies and/or training you have received. With which yoga teacher(s) have you studied, in what capacity (private lessons, group classes, workshops, teacher training, etc.) and how long with each teacher?
Personal experience: Please describe your educational and professional background outside of Yoga including any other training that might be relevant for this program (ie massage, Reiki, chiropractic, etc.).
Yoga Practice: How long have you been practicing Yoga? Please describe your current daily practice (ie length of time, number of days per week, etc.). What do you see as your personal strengths and where do you feel you need to develop most?
Health: Please describe your current state of health, including any injuries, medical conditions and/or concerns.

Motivation: Please list your reasons for applying? Are there any personal objectives and expectations for the programme?

Any other information you consider to be relevant to your application. For example, What are your interests? Are you involved in any charity work? Do you have any experience helping children or old people?