301 Rocket® Foundations Training in Tallinn, Estonia
July 15 @ 9:00 am - July 24 @ 7:30 pm€1300 – €1500
The 301 module is designed specifically as a ‘bridge’ training for those coming from non-It’s Yoga 200hr programmes. This 10 day experience gives you all the tools and foundations to practice and share The Rocket® 1 as well as the Modified and Full Primary Series with love and authenticity. We trust that you’ve already covered the majority of yoga philosophy, history and anatomy and as such can focus on the sequences and poses as well as the aspects that make It’s Yoga’s approach to Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga unique.
The purpose of the It’s Yoga 300hr programme is to be open to yoga instructors from other 200hr programmes, as well as It’s Yoga 200hr graduates, so that we can offer a solid framework of education in the It’s Yoga System. Thus, participants are invited to experience the tools and techniques of The Rocket®, as developed by creator Larry Schultz, in order to practice and lead classes rooted in authenticity.
Your Trainer(s): Michèle Barocchi and Marilyn Jurman
Dates & Schedule: 15 – 24 July 2020
The Venue: It’s Yoga Tallinn is situated in a magical Northern Europe. Tallinn’s Old Town is where the medieval markets meet modern restaurants. Its colorful houses, secret courtyards and grandiose churches were built between 13th to 16th centuries.
It’s Yoga Tallinn is also situated in one of the busiest streets Viru courtyard. No worries, we will give you a hint where to find us, when you are ready to explore this fairytale Old Town, that is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe and also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
On Saturdays we have a yogi’s day off at the yoga teacher trainings and this is the time to go and explore this beautiful northern magic winter wonderland.
Forests are today covering about 50% of our country’s territory, 30% of which is currently under protection.
The forest has historically fed and offered shelter to Estonians, whose roots are deeply embedded in the nature’s soil. While many Estonians today lead a busy suburban lifestyle, they continue to seek the forest as a place to rest and reinvigorate the body and the mind.
Estonian forests are home to a surprising variety of wildlife – seeing a hare, fox or deer is common, but you can consider yourself extremely lucky if you get a glimpse of a wolf, lynx, bear or an elk. Rarer still are the European mink, dormouse and flying squirrel, which are unfortunately close to extinction.
In the harsh northern weather conditions, trees have been the source of livelihood for centuries. While some trees were used for building houses and saunas, some were considered holy and remained untouched.
A sacred grove usually consists of deciduous trees and attracted offerings for gnomes, fairies and other supernatural forces of past times.
Investment: Deposit €500 (Non-refundable, but can be used in another IYT training). Tuition (before 01.06.2020): €1300 Tuition (after 01.06.2020): €1500.
More information and registration: In order to register or find out more, please visit It’s Yoga Tallinn.