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 200-hour YOGA TEACHER TRAINING with Shy Sayar, Yoga Therapist

June 3 - June 30

Still & Moving Center is proud to present Shy Sayar
200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
June 3-30, 2018: Kaimuki, Honolulu HI

Please note: This event will take place at an outside venue in Kaimuki

Immerse yourself in Yoga and Ayurveda and become a Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher in this 4-week immersion training on beautiful Oahu Island in Hawaii with an internationally recognized trainer!

Location & Accommodations:

The training is held at a private yoga studio in the hip Kaimuki neighborhood of Honolulu. We are happy to help all those coming from off-island to find affordable accommodations! Shared accommodation with other trainees available.

Please contact Neela@stillandmovingcenter.com

Shy Sayar – Yoga Therapist, ERYT-500, YACEP

Tantravaya Yoga director SHY SAYAR is a yoga therapist and a registered yoga teacher & continuing education provider at the highest level offered by Yoga Alliance. Well into his third decade with yoga, Shy has tens of thousands of hours of experience bringing yoga to students of all levels, treating patients, and training yoga teachers and therapists around the globe. Shy has offered coursework on education and pedagogy, as well as yoga philosophy and classical Indian literature at the University of California, Berkeley. In his yoga teaching, Shy integrates his experience in higher education with skillful attention to different learning styles, making even the most complex teachings approachable to every student. His unique Tantravaya Yoga Therapy method has shown remarkable results in posture correction, pain relief and improved balance, as well as healing emotional trauma and addressing the roots of psychological symptoms, such as anxiety and depression.

 


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Start:
June 3
End:
June 30
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