Whatever your age or body type, we can guide you into poses to help you feel relaxed, revitalized, and uplifted.
Yogananda, the first yoga master to make his home in the United States, brought the West the scientific, non-sectarian tools of yoga: techniques to focus energy, and bring inner peace and soul-satisfying fulfillment.
You’ll learn how to share both hands-on healing and healing at a distance.
In just one weekend, you can gain an effective and ancient, yet easy-to-practice, technique of meditation; specific tools to help you weed out distractions; and aids to develop the skill of concentration in everything you do.
Go beyond physical exercise into the deeper realms of yoga. It’s a life-changing experience – for both you and your students – as you experience Ananda’s unique, integrated approach to working directly with the body’s subtle energies for spiritual growth and wellness on all levels.
The Expanding Light Retreat welcomes yoga teachers of all traditions. Although Ananda Yoga follows a very specific system of yoga, our school and training programs recognize that all yoga teachers share the common interest of wanting to help others. Yoga can and should help people to feel healthier, uplifted, and ultimately happier.
Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training will leave you feeling confident and well prepared with knowledge and the ability to safely and lovingly work with prenatal yoga students.
You will learn how to teach two comprehensive restorative yoga routines, including how to guide and give instruction on breathing, proper alignment, and safety mechanics for asanas as well as their cautions and contraindications.
This week can permanently transform and deepen your spiritual life. Nayaswami Jyotish and Nayaswami Devi, the spiritual directors of Ananda Worldwide, lead the week. They share the most beautiful and useful spiritual teachings with magnetic joy, humor, humility, and personal experience.
Patanjali, the great ancient exponent of yoga, described the stages of spiritual development for all seekers. These principles of yoga are based not on dogma, but on how we are made.