“Engage the wings of your body and your being, the physical form and the formless witness consciousness. The use of both wings empowers you to transcend the limits of your body and mind to explore and experience the non-physical, non-mental domain of spirit.” –Gurudev Amritji Desai
Yoga Teacher Training
The Posture of Consciousness
Our 200 hour RYT certification program is for aspiring yoga teachers and practitioners from all traditions, designed to reveal an inner spiritual depth of postures often unrecognized in popular practice today. The Posture of Consciousness distinctly combines each yoga pose with inward focus and meditative awareness, experientially merging the physical benefits of Hatha Yoga with the meditative depths of Raja Yoga.
Advanced Yoga Teacher Training
Meditation in Motion
This course provides you with new tools and techniques to discover the next evolution of what you have studied and practiced in the Integrative Amrit Method of Yoga already. Our Advanced Teacher Training is a natural evolution for dedicated practitioners who have experienced profound shifts in life and are ready for new depths. Yogis with 200-Hour Certifications from other traditions are also welcome!
The Integrative Amrit Methods of Yoga emphasize inward focus, intention for integration, deliberate action, and meditative awareness during yoga postures themselves to take you from the surface of physical exercise and flexibility to the subtler dimension of Being.
The Yoga Sutras describe the purpose of yoga as stilling the mind, or releasing fluctuations of the mind. The practice of Amrit Yoga integrates thinking, feeling, doing and being to enter a harmonious state of absorption using intention for integration. This state of absorption inspires students to return again and again to explore their practice more deeply. Instead of focusing on how to perform a more complicated posture, the focus is on deepening the connection to consciousness and progressively moving more fully into Meditation.
The Amrit Methods simultaneously incorporate the 8-Limbs of Patanjali’s Asthanga Yoga, as described in The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, in a single practice. Our approach does not divide postures, breathing, and meditation into separate practices or steps, but instead simultaneously includes them in one experience.
The Integrative Amrit Methods provide techniques, understanding, and experience that empower you to transfer the benefits of practice on-the-mat into every aspect of your life.