Akhila Yoga 200Hr RYt Training
Wesley pilcher and kayce johnson from Arkansas yoga collective are teaming with Ruslan Kleytman, founder of akhila yoga, to bring you an incredible 200 hour yoga alliance registered teacher training.
Join us December 1st-14th, 2017 for a 200hr Akhila Yoga Teacher Training!
What is Akhila Yoga?
Akhila Yoga Method is a systematic approach to spiritual evolution based on the key principles of classical yoga. Akhila Yoga is an open, organic, ever changing, adaptive, scientific method rooted in Vedic tradion and Wisdom. All facets of practice are explored to create a holistic experience. All classical arsenal of asanas (poses), pranayamas (breath-energy work), mudras (hands, feet and body positions), bandhas (energetic locks) and meditation techniques (sense withdrawal, concentration, absorption…) are used to create a complex web of influences on conciseness to facilitate psychic – emotional state conducive to spiritual development. From class to class practice might change from dynamic to slow-meditative, strength oriented to fluid, playful to focused. Our daily goals in practice change depending on a time of day, season, mental and physical state… etc. - so does the practice. One thing in this Universe is certain – it is CHANGE. And to surf the current of life we need to change alongside with it.
Akhila YOGA encourages:
- search for truth
- internal exploration
- personal responsibility
- and emphasizes peace, love, connection
The lifetime study of Akhila Yoga will continue to provide tools for growth, insight and opportunity for continuous improvement in spiritual evolution , personal and teaching practice.
Why choose Akhila Yoga?
- Optimize your body
- Calm your mind
- Eliminate stress
- Bring balance to your life
- Find your mission in life
- Create an environment for growth, renewal, and change
Yoga was designed to be a living system that grows on a foundation of simple principles. Most modern students of yoga come to the practice through a specific lineage that was often designed during a unique era and for a certain group of people, with limiting approaches (just meditation, phisical practice or kundalini awakening). For instance, Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga was designed for young Indian men. Because of this, the practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is very useful for health yang athletic people, and for others, it is unapproachable because of the presence of an injury, weakness, tightness or age related conditions. Another example, Iyengar Yoga was designed for people with injuries or other challenges, and while accessible to most people, may not have the dynamic qualities that a more active practitioner desires. Many of modern styles solely focusing on physical practice, excluding internal practices (meditation, Pranayama) and yogic life style teachings. There are so many ‘styles’ today – each declaring their way is the ‘right way’. We have found it is easy for students to become confused, and go from style to style seeking insight, and often learning contradictory information. This leads to frustration and stagnation in the growth.
- So which style is right?
- Why to learn and study Akhila Yoga?
- Is there a system that includes all the style variations?
Akhila Yoga method is a systematic approach to spiritual evolution based on the key principles of classical yoga. This method embraces a holistic approach to yoga, working on development of all levels of being; physical, energetic, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. We recognizes yoga practice as a method of liberation and Self-realization and empower students with a harmonious, balanced practice aimed at creating the most fertile environment for spiritual evolution.
2017 DATES: December 1-14th
COST: $2500 for the full 200hr registered yoga teacher training
!!!Early bird special! $2300 if you register by Oct. 20th!!!
- $1400 for the 1st segment of training only (1-7th), which covers the foundational approach and philosophy of traditional yoga through the Akhila yoga method. If you choose this option, your hours can be applied to the 200hr ryt certification and you can complete the rest of your training at a later date.
*a nonrefundable deposit of $200 is due upon acceptance into the program.
**Payment plans considered on an individual basis, although the full price is due by the training date. Please email or speak to us personally to discuss payment options.
About ruslan kleytman
Ruslan Kleytman, ERYT 500, is a founder of Akhila Yoga, integrative style of yoga. He is devoted yogi, gifted body worker, martial artist and avid acroyogi. Ruslan is a permanent student of Spirit, Life and Movement Arts. He traveled extensively the world in search of spiritual guidance and studied with prominent Masters in Ashrams and Monasteries in India and South Korea. On his spiritual path he met Swami Mrityunjaya Tirth ji, the master who initiated him through Shaktipat into the system of Siddha Yoga. The Tirtha lineage of Siddhayoga is a mystical sect of Shaivite Hinduism that relies on direct experience of "Life-force" (Kundalini Shakti) and understanding of Tantric scriptures (shastras).
Over a decade of Ruslan's physical yoga practice, internal work of meditation and scriptural studies came to fruition with synthesis of Akhila Yoga system. This method embraces a holistic, scientific approach to yoga; by working on harmonizing, balancing, healing and strengthening all levels of being; physical, energetic, emotional, intellectual and spiritual.
Ruslan has taught workshops at major Global Yoga Conferences and Festivals, including Yoga Journal Conferences and Free Spirit Festival. Ruslan’s articles were published in the Yoga Journal magazine and he has been featured in major publications, including Yoga Journal and Mantra magazine.
Ruslan created internationally recognized Akhila Yoga Teacher training programs (200-hour & 500-hour) and responsible for hundreds of certified students around the globe. Akhila Yoga programs empower students with a harmonious, balanced practice aimed at creating the most fertile environment for personal transformation, growth and ultimately Self-realization.