AIYB post-training specialization master for the teaching of Yoga Nidra
Yoga Alliance International Italia® certified
100 hours online
A yoga technique that leads to a deep relaxation, the state of “psychic or conscious sleep”, which derives from ancient tantric and raja yoga knowledge, reworked by Swami Satyananda Saraswati.
The practice allows us to reach that precious “borderline state between wakefulness and sleep”, in which we can access areas of our brain usually dormant or unexplored, located in the subconscious.
All this is not an end in itself: since in this state our mind is particularly receptive, the potential for healing and transformation inherent in this practice is great.
The unidirectionality of the mind, the aim of yoga as already indicated in the Yoga Sutras, can also be achieved thanks to deep and prolonged relaxation. In a state of complete relaxation, Swami Satyananda recalls, “true transformation” is possible, because it is only in such a state that we “experience the truth”.
The training aims to provide the theoretical basis and the technical and practical knowledge to teach the conduct of yoga nidra, aware of the difficulty in knowing how to conduct it.
The Master is an AIYB post-training certified Yoga Alliance International Italia® and recognized by MIUR as AIYB FOR SCHOOL (2 modules of 20 hours). It is possible to pay with the “carta del docente”.
At the end of the course, participants will receive a certificate of fitness to conduct yoga nidra, after passing a final test
Always available online.
Starting from the registration date, the course will be available on the online AIYB School platform, with pre-recorded video lessons (total 24 hours) on the theoretical contents of the program. In addition, a weekly yoga nidra practice, also available on a deferred basis.
The student will have a period of 3 months to complete the course.
Raja Yoga teacher, educator, trainer in the field of Yoga and the spiritual culture of ancient and medieval India. PhD in Indology and trainer at AIYB and Shantiniketan Academy. Practice Kriya Yoga following the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda’s lineage.
Buddhist nun of the Tibetan Ghelukpa tradition. She took monastic vows in 2009 with her new teacher Kensur Ciampa Thegchog, who later became Lama. She has been practicing meditation since 2004, has participated in teachings and retreats in various traditions for many years, conducts meetings and retreats throughout Italy, bringing with her the life experience and study of the Buddhist Dharma.
Graduated in Mechanical Engineering, he is interested in vipassana meditation and in Buddhist philosophy studies of Tibetan style according to the Mahayana tradition. He engages and concludes the theoretical and practical Basic Program of Buddhist Studies at the ILTK in Pomaia (PI), Master in Neuroscience, Mindfulness and Contemplative Practices at the University of Pisa.
Master’s degree in Literature (Indology teaching) at the University of Milan. In 2008 she won the international excellence scholarship and completed a master’s degree in Bharatanatyam at the Bharata Choodamani school in Chennai directed by guru Padmashri Adyar K. Lakshman. In India she studied carnatic singing and rhythmic solfeggio with Seetharama Sharma and expressiveness with Indira Kadambi. She made her debut at the Kapalishwara temple in Chennai in 2009 and directs the Sangam Academy in Milan.
As an artist she is currently under the guidance of choreographer Mavin Khoo and Master C.V Chandrashekar. Among others, she collaborates with the University of Milan and the Consulate of India in Milan.
Doctor, Psychiatrist and Doctor of Psychology. He is currently Vice-President of the Bachelor’s Degree Course in Sciences and Techniques of Clinical Psychology and of the Master’s Degree Course in Clinical and Health Psychology of the University of Pisa. Studies in humans the mechanisms of sleep and adaptive responses to high stress conditions.
He directs a multidisciplinary laboratory dedicated to the study of multi-organ interactions within the Extreme Center of Pisa (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, CNR, and University of Pisa). He is a member of the teaching staff of the “Center de Recherche et d’Innovation sur le Sport (CRIS)” of the Claude Bernard University of Lyon, France (since June 2004). He has received various international research grants for research on stress in extreme environments and has made over 50 publications in international journals.
Master in Neuroscience and Contemplative Practices at the University of Pisa, Mindufulness Counselor at the Lama Tzong Khapa Institute in Pomaia, graduated in Educational Sciences, conducts yoga workshops for children promoted by the Chair of Pedagogy of the Body.
In 1985 she obtained her first diploma in India at Sw. Satyananda’s Ashram in Munger, Bihar and later, those issued by the FIY (Italian Yoga Federation) and, in Yoga Educational. She founded in 2009 “the Italian Yoga Association for Children” (AIYB) She has been running the Yoga School Le Filosofie del Corpo for thirty years and is committed to teaching Yoga for children and adolescents and training teachers for the GiocaYoga method.
Didactic coordinator of the first level I University Master in “Yoga expert for childhood and adolescence” at the Suor Orsola Benincasa University of Naples. Trainer for numerous schools for the training of yoga teachers, she founded the Santiniketan Italian Yoga Academy in 2018.