DYLAN WERNER YOGA
One Movement Yoga School
200-Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training
Horska Kvilda, Czech Republic
May 5th-25th, 2017

The ONE MOVEMENT Yoga School 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher training provides a solid foundation to teach yoga, inspire others and deepen your own personal practice. The focus of this training is to provide students with applied knowledge of anatomy, alignment and assists with a deep focus on yoga philosophy. This course will help you to bring out your creativity, to find your voice and to give you the confidence to teach, educate and inspire students from a powerful yoga foundation. This training is appropriate for the serious student who would like to start teaching yoga, as well as the student who would like to deepen their own knowledge & personal practice. You will come away with a deeper understanding of the physical and spiritual side of yoga that combines together to create an exceptional yoga teacher.

OM TEACHER TRAINING

200 Hour | Czech Republic

5500USD

Tuition & Accommodation

All Meals

Transport from/to Prague Airport

Only 18 Students Total

Airfare Not Included

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Curriculum

  • Applied Anatomy & Physiology
  • Applied Yoga Kinesiology
  • Anatomical Alignment
  • Assists & Adjustments
  • Intelligent Sequencing
  • Practice Teaching  
  • Sanskrit
  • Acro Yoga
  • Inversions & Arm-balances
  • Thai Yoga Massage
  • Yoga Philosophy & Sutras
  • Yoga Mythology
  • Pranayama & Meditation
  • Chakras & Mudras
  • Astrology
  • Ayurveda
  • Business & Ethics

 

Daily Schedule

Monday - Saturday

06:30 - 09:00 | Morning led practice: yoga flow, pranayama and meditation
09:00 | Vegetarian/vegan breakfast (dietary needs available)
09:45 - 12:30 | Yoga class: teacher training practice and instruction
12:30 | Vegetarian/vegan lunch (fish and dairy may be served on occasion)
14:00 - 18:00 | Student practice teaching and workshops
18:00 | Vegetarian/vegan dinner (fish and dairy may be served on occasion)
19:30 - 21:15 | Satsang: meditation, music, kirtan, yoga philosophy and discussion

Sunday

07:00 - 09:00 | Morning led practice: yoga flow, pranayama and meditation
09:00 | Vegetarian/vegan breakfast (dietary needs available)
09:00 - 18:00 | Free time
18:00 | Vegetarian/vegan dinner (fish and dairy may be served on occasion)
19:30 | Free time, including enjoying the SPA on location


Dylan Werner, 500 RYT
I was born and raised in the mountains of Southern California. I started teaching yoga in 2011 after 10 years of advanced movement training. Inspired by movement with a background in anatomy and kinesiology, I weave together hatha yoga, yoga philosophy, and pranayama with creative sequencing and intelligent anatomy based alignment to create a space to deepen the inner connection. I’m currently traveling the world, teaching workshops, trainings, festivals and retreats. I am passionate about spreading my love for yoga and helping others in their journey by sharing my own.

Mercy Ananda, 500 RYT, MA

A deep interest in the ancient texts of yoga combined with the guidance of some wonderful teachers – Baba Hari Das, Sri Swami Satchidananda, and Amma – have helped form the basis of what I share. I lead Bhakti workshops that explore the yoga of devotion through creative expression, where we learn mantra chanting, kirtan, yoga instruments and include sound healing practices with Tibetan bowls and bells. It is a great pleasure for me to share the practices of yoga with you; to bring the ancient and the modern together and find our way with them – and to experience some insightful and delightful times together as we explore.

Shiva Das

My spiritual quest found its path in the practice of bhakti yoga with some Buddhist meditation techniques mixed in for good measure. At 28, I discovered that astrology helped to explain things I was leaning on my spiritual quest and for the next 40 it has been my passion. In 2014, Divine Love Astrology was published, a treatise on spiritual astrology. For the past nine years I have had the good fortune to provide astrology readings and music for the nightly satsangs at Yandara Yoga Institute in southern Baja, Mexico.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How proficient in yoga do you have to be to do the program?

    I recommend that you have a minimum of 1 year practicing yoga, participating in 3 to 5 classes per week or equivalent self practice. You don’t need to know how to do any inversions, arm balances or advanced postures.

  • What to expect?

    For 19 days (arrival and departure day excluded) you will be immersed in yoga, philosophy, teaching, learning and deepening your practice. Your teacher training is one of the most transformational experiences. Please come with an open mind and open heart. Every day will start with a 2.5 hour yoga practice, including asana, pranayama and meditation. Mornings are in silence until after breakfast, when we start the first workshop/teaching sessions. The days are filled with practice teaching, workshops and philosophy. After dinner is Satsang where we will have Kirtan or other special events.

  • Do we get free time?

    Because this is a 200-hour training in 19 days, there is very little free time. The evenings and meal times are yours to enjoy and relax. Sundays are half days. The rest of the day is yours. The Spa will be available in the evening for sauna, steam room, hot tub, aromatherapy room and cold plunge.

  • How many students will there be in the training?

    I am only taking 18 students. I want to connect personally with everyone and to be easily available and accessible to guide and mentor you through this process. This is much easier in a small group and I find that small groups connect better with each other.

  • What kind of certification will I get after graduation?

    You will get a 200-hour certification with One Movement Yoga School. One Movement is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga School. After graduation, you will need to use your certificate to register with Yoga Alliance. This is the standard procedure to become a RYT 200.

  • When does the training start?

    The training official starts on 6th of May. Please try and book your airport arrival early on the 5th of May. Graduation is on the 24th of May. Please book your departure in the afternoon or evening on the 25th of May. Horska Farma, is only available from the 5th to the 25th. If you would like to spend time in Prague before the training, please email me and we can arrange for pick up from your hotel or accommodation on the 25th of May.

  • How to get here?

    By Plane: Fly to Vaclav Havel Airport Prague
    We provide transportation from Vaclav Havel airport Prague. The driver will have a sign waiting for you and will take you to the training. Horska Kvilda is about a 2 hour and 20 minute drive from the airport.

    By Car: Vienna to Horska Kvilda - 3 hours 50 minutes Munich to Horska Kvilda- car 3 hours 20 minutes

  • What are the accommodations like?

    The training takes place at Horska Farma, a beautiful 5 star resort/working farm house in the pristine national forest of Horska Kvilda in the Czech Republic. The facilities are of the highest quality and luxury while still maintaining the feel and function of a working farm. You will be in a large shared 1 or 2 bedroom apartment. Every apartment has a kitchen, living room and separate rooms for shower and toilet. There is a state of the art Spa that is available on Sundays.

  • What’s the weather like?

    Spring is in full affect in May. The weather can fluctuate greatly from 26°C (78°F) to lows of 1°C (34°F) with beautiful sunny days or occasional showers. Please be prepared for all weather conditions.

  • What kind of food is available?

    Our personal chef provides super delicious organic, gluten free vegetarian and vegan meals with occasional options for locally caught fish and dairy. We will cater to all dietary needs and allergy restrictions. Please make sure to be very specific about diet when filling out the registration form.

  • Is there a town nearby?

    The closest town is about 20 minutes away by car. I recommend that you bring everything that you need. Purchasing things during the training will be difficult.

  • What to bring?

    • Passport
    • Assigned reading material and homework
    • A sticky, non-slip yoga mat
    • Yoga strap
    • Yoga block
    • Water bottle
    • Travel mug for hot drinks
    • Toiletries (feminine hygiene products) and towels (hand towel too)
    • Writing materials: lined paper, pens, etc.
    • Journal
    • Flashlight or headlamp
    • Battery operated alarm clock and watch, extra batteries
    • Camera
    • Layers of comfortable clothing (including WARM & COOL clothes)
    • Comfortable clothes for daily yoga practice and meditation
    • Warm jacket, sweater/jumper
    • Shorts, tank tops, swimsuit for hot tub
    • Personal comfort items i.e. supplements
    • iPod or personal music player if you’d like to use your music to teach with

  • What is included in the cost?

    Cost includes tuition, luxury accommodation, transportation to and from Prague airport, all meals, snacks and drinks, teaching manual and hand outs.

  • Do I need a visa for the Czech Republic?

    US Citizens don’t need a visa to go to Czech Republic. Please check here if you need a visa if coming from outside of the US.

  • What is your refund policy?

    Refunds are handled on a case by case basis. Full Refund if cancelation is 3 months prior to the start date or more. If cancelation is less than 3 months, refunds are given only if the students spot is filled by another student.