Advanced Training for teachers with Yogiraj Katrina Repka
Please join us for the third annual ISHTA advanced training for teachers in Gothenburg. This year we will be taking a deeper look at the vayus, nyasa and visualisation, the different levels of consciousness, the power of intention, samkhya and the tattvas and finally we will rediscover the chakras. We will explore through practice and discussion how to use these concepts on and off the mat to embody them more effectively. We will also explore different meditation techniques: Inner Smile meditation, advanced Sat Yam meditation, Bhuta Shuddhi, Nadi Bhedana and Chakra Bhedana. Ultimately this will be an opportunity for you to go deeper in to your personal practice and advance in your teaching.
When: June 19-23rd 2021
Where: Olismo Yoga, Bomgatan 7, Göteborg
Time: Every day 10.30-17.00
Investment: 6900:- SEK
To registrer for this training you need at least a 200hr ISHTA Teacher training background.
Note: All reservations will be charged.
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This training is lead by Yogiraj Katrina Repka.
I have been studying yoga since 1990 and teaching since 2001. My early training was in Ashtanga yoga, but I have been primarily influenced by the unique blend of Hatha, Tantra, and Ayurveda—ISHTA Yoga—that is the creation of Yogiraj Alan Finger, with whom I study and work closely. In 2009, Alan conferred on me the title of Yogiraj. This means that I maintain the highest standard of yoga knowledge and teaching in the ISHTA yoga lineage, and it is a very great honour.
I teach for a wide range of needs and abilities. My private clients have included bankers, actors, athletes, pre- and post- natal women, mummies and babies, and the chronically ill. I have taught group classes from Beginner to Advanced.
Having moved to New York City from my native Canada, from 2001-2005 I taught private individuals, group classes, and teacher trainings at Be Yoga/Yoga Works. In the spring of 2006 I moved to London, where I continue to teach group and private classes in Notting Hill. These days my main focus is teacher training and mentoring teachers, and running advanced ISHTA retreats and workshops both in London and internationally.
My hope and aim in teaching yoga is to facilitate personal transformation, inside and out. Correct alignment through asana is the key to creating harmony and balance in the body, whilst pranayama and meditation are essential for inner peace and connection to spirit. Blending the ancient and contemporary sciences of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda, ISHTA teaching caters to the individual student’s needs with intelligence and authenticity.
I have a masters degree in Communications and have written articles for Yoga Magazine UK, as well as a weekly yoga column in Metro newspapers worldwide. I have also been featured in Telegraph, The New York Times, Elle, Guardian, Tatler, BBC, Grove, Yoga Journal, Time Out London, and Vogue.
Read more about Katrina on her website katrinarepka.com