Accessible Yoga Teacher Training with Jivana Heyman

Accessible Yoga Teacher Training, Tampere, Finland 10.–13.7.2018

Learn how to make the Yoga teachings available to everyone, regardless of their level of physical ability. We’ll focus on creating Integrated Accessible Yoga classes where all students can practice together, and we’ll also explore the many ways that yoga practice can be modified to suit students with disabilities, physical challenges, as well as seniors.

Learn how to make your classes inclusive and empowering, and to serve all your students equally!

  • Adapted Asana
  • Yoga Anatomy and Physiology
  • Yoga Philosophy and Psychology
  • Chair Yoga
  • Bed Yoga
  • Mixed-Level Classes
  • Yoga for Special Populations
  • Pranayama & Meditation
  • Building Community

Graduates become Accessible Yoga Ambassadors and join a world-wide network of yogis changing the way yoga is practiced.

Tuition 570€ / Early bird 510 € before March 31st 2018. 

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Jivana Heyman, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, IYM, is the founder of the Santa Barbara Yoga Center and an Integral Yoga Minister. With over twenty-five years of training and teaching in a traditional yoga lineage, Jivana has specialized in teaching the subtle practices of yoga: pranayama, meditation, as well as sharing yoga philosophy. His passion is making Yoga accessible to everyone. He has led over 50 teacher trainings around the world, and was invited to teach Accessible Yoga at the U.N. in Geneva in December 2015. For more information please visit:

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