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Anusara Yoga Immersion Part One 2019

Part One | Part Two | Part Three 

The Immersion is a 100 hour course of deep yoga study divided into three 36 hour parts. For information about parts 2 and 3, please click the links just under the title for this page. Register for all 3 parts and receive a steep discount (scroll to the bottom of this page to sign up). Earn 33 CEU credits from Yoga  Alliance for each part you take, or 100 CEUs for all 3 parts.

Free Informational Session:

Attend a free info session on Wednesday September 11 5:30 – 6:00 pm by texting Rachel to reserve: 914-980-5879

Immersion Part One Dates Fall 2019

6 Sundays from 1:00-7:00 pm

  • September 22
  • October 6
  • October 20
  • November 3
  • November 17
  • December 8

 

What exactly is an  Immersion?

The Immersion is a 100 hour course of deep yoga study divided into three parts which will be held starting this fall and culminating in May 2020.  The Immersion is for yoga students of all levels who wish to take their practice and understanding of yoga to the next level.  This in-depth program explores the principles and philosophy of yoga in an organized and cohesive way, surrounded and supported by a like-minded community, which fosters an environment of deep trust and camaraderie. It is a pre-requisite for the Anusara 200 teacher training program.  It can be taken in its entirety or part by part.  The parts are sequential and must be taken in order.

The structure of the Immersion provides a solid foundation for diving deeper into your practice and understanding of yoga, and creates an opening that can profoundly transform both your practice and your life. In the Immersion we will explore:

  • The Anusara Yoga Universal Principles of Alignment
  • Yoga Philosophy and Tantra
  • Level I Syllabus of Yoga Poses
  • Breathing Techniques a.k.a. Pranayama
  • Meditation
  • Journaling
  • Anatomy

Who can benefit from taking an Immersion?

The Immersion is for yoga students of all levels who wish to take their practice and understanding of yoga to the next level.  Maybe you don’t want to take a yoga teacher training program, but you do want to learn more than you are getting in classes.  Or, if want to take a teacher training in future, this is an excellent preparation. It is also appropriate for teachers of other yoga styles who want to deepen their understanding of the alignment-based yoga system of Anusara yoga.  It is a pre-requisite for the Anusara 200 teacher training program.  It can be taken in its entirety or part by part.  The parts are sequential and must be taken in order.

How many classes will I attend?

The fall Immersion One consists of 6 Sunday afternoons.  For those who work or have other responsibilities during the week, this is the ideal opportunity.  For those with families, it leaves your Saturday and Sunday mornings completely free.

What will happen in each class?

Each class will include a balanced mix of asana and discussion. Together we will delve deeper into the alignment principles behind the practice of level I yoga poses. We will also meditate, do pranayama, and journal our way to optimal alignment. So don’t worry, you won’t be doing six hours of yoga! In addition, every class will include a break for snack and regrouping. Overall, you can expect to be pleasantly engaged physically, mentally and emotionally.

Want to take it again?

If you have already taken Immersion Part One with us or if you’e completed our 200 YTT and want a review, you can take or retake the Immersion for the reduced fee of $500 or $1400 for all three parts. There is no on-line registration for re-takes. Registration must be made at the studio with cash or check.  For an additional fee of $30 you can receive 33 CEUs with the Yoga  Alliance for each of the 3 parts of the Immersion.  100 CEUs total.  You only pay flat one fee for 1, 2 or 3 parts.  Re-takes of all or any parts of the Immersion will count as elective hours towards our 300 hour advanced Anusara Yoga Teacher Training.

How can I prepare?

You will need the following:

1. Anusara Immersion Manual available from this link  for $20.

2. Anatomy of Movement (Revised Edition) by Blandine Calais-Germain  

A reading assignment will be sent to you prior to the first class.

Register Here

 

$2049 for Immersion Parts 1, 2 and 3

$750 for the Immersion Part One Program

$310 deposit on or before 7/1 for the payment plan:  3 additional payments: 9/22 – $160 , 10/6 – $160, 11/3 – $160 (includes a $10 additional fee per installment).

$30 for CEU with Yoga Alliance, 33 CEUs per Immersion. One fee regardless of how many parts you take.

   

 

You may also pay in full or make your deposit with a check or cash at the studio. Or, mail a check to: 12 Barnfield court, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 07458.  Pre-registration is required.

Refunds

Refunds are available up until 48 hours before the first class of the Immersion, less a $100 administrative fee. After the first class there will be no refunds given.

 

Missed Classes

There are no make-ups for missed classes. Please buddy up with another participant to get notes from any classes you miss.

Teacher

Fall Immersion Part One will be taught by Rachel Dewan, Certified Anusara Yoga Teacher and E-RYT500

Questions

Please contact the studio director, Chaya Spencer, at 201-822-1131 or chaya@ShreeYoga.com

After attending classes at Shree for almost 2 years, I did want to deepen my practice.  I was mostly focused on learning more about alignment in asana poses when I signed on for the immersion. Indeed, in the immersion, we did a great deal of work exploring all the nuances of poses – the logic of the body, and the loops and spirals of alignment that advance balance and beauty in a pose.  This has been enormously helpful in bringing confidence and more enjoyment to my newly inspired personal practice.

Kate Gregg

The Immersion was a wonderful experience. The word that comes to mind is depth. We delved much more deeply into the principles and practice of yoga than is possible in regular classes. Each class, we focused on a different aspect of yoga and each class built on the ones that came before it. By the end, we had a much deeper understanding. Also, I enjoyed sharing the entire experience with the others in the class.

Ronnie Kauder