Yoga is the most complete form of mental, physical and spiritual activity. Yoga's changing role in society has integrated spirituality and medicine to effectively aligns these worlds, bringing the mind-body practice of yoga into a realm that overlaps healthcare. This practice leaves you feeling elated and relaxed rather than exhausted, and delivers a sense of wellbeing and balance which is so beneficial in dealing with the stresses of the modern world. A deeper understanding of the healing properties of yoga, in terms of the psycho-physiological underpinning of its curative effects provides a part in the care of clinically ill patients.
Shanti Yoga is a study of the grounded, humble and gentle stages of one's journey through life. In the introductory level, one trains to overcome arrogance (which is the primary obstacle to learning) by simply being present. In the next stage, progress focuses on cultivating sharp, vibrant and uplifted energy through natural discipline. Overcoming the traps of judgement and doubt, the progressing student is able to accomplish his or her activities with a sense of nobility and ease, which is demonstrable through the movements of body, breath and mind. The Shanti Yoga Diploma of Yoga Teaching training is a vocational course and needs the time to equip you with the skills and personal wisdom required to set you up in a yogic path that develops vision, integrity, clarity and service in a life career. Hence the training is holistic and detailed and involves making sure that learning is thorough and unhurried.