Description:This innovative modality was designed by yoga teacher and Swami, Camella Nair. She designed this program mostly to bring the physical practice of yoga to those that found yoga on the mat too challenging or limiting for their bodies.
About the Aqua Kriya Yoga Training: Weekend Training Module – 16 contact hours. In this course, the student will:
Have a clear idea of what Aqua Kriya Yoga is and how it can serve the diverse population.
Understand how to structure a class.
Practice demonstration & communication in a pool group setting.
Learn to translate yoga poses into the water and their benefits.
Understand the relationship between the body/breath & mind
Learn how to use props to assist and enhance poses
Understand how to articulate poses to fit individual needs
Be a pioneer in a leading edge method that benefits a growing mature population by keeping them mobile and supple.
This training can be adjusted to accommodate teachers with or without yoga background. For those without a yoga background, an introduction to yoga and its use as a healing & therapeutic modality will be added.
Taking notes for Aqua Yoga Certification Required reading: Should be purchased & read before the course: "Aqua Kriya Yoga" by Camella Nair (may be purchased from this website) Recommended Reading: "The Spiritual Science of Kriya Yoga" by Goswami Kriyananda
The benefits of learning Aqua Kriya Yoga:
Expand continuing education requirements for teaching credentials.
Discussion on marketing skills to increase student base to attract more students and broaden income base. (privates, groups, retreats, vacations, rehabilitation).
Build credibility as a yoga teacher by being able to teacher in diverse settings.
Expands individually the personal practice and enhances the journey.
Hosting an Aqua Kriya Yoga Teacher training: If you would like to host a teacher training in your area:
Gather 10 or more interested students
Cost per student is $350
If you want to open your training up to the public, we will list your training on our calendar and in our monthly newsletter.
We offer free training opportunities for the host teacher.
We will offer resources to find locations and attract students to your training.
Why teach Aqua Kriya Yoga? This innovative modality was designed by yoga teacher and Swami, Camella Nair. She designed this program mostly to bring the physical practice of yoga to those that found yoga on the mat too challenging or limiting for their bodies. Her dedication to the form of yoga inspired her to write a book; "Aqua Kriya Yoga". She also has been certified through The Yoga Alliance and AFPA to teach this class to yoga teachers and water fitness instructors. If you are passionate about your students and want to help them find more ease in their bodies and peace of mind, then this is an excellent practice to add to your teaching repertoire. This will allow you as a teacher to grow your business, build your student base, as well as help you to bring your passion for what you do to help others in a new and effective way.
Benefits of hosting an Aqua Kriya Yoga Training are:
Upon receiving 10 paid sign ups, receive one complimentary training for you or another instructor (a $350 value).
Upon receiving 20 paid sign ups, receive a second complementary training.
Aqua Kriya Yoga is certified through Yoga Alliance and AFPA for 16 CEC's.
Be on the ground floor of offering this hot new trend in the yoga & water fitness worlds.
Have your training dates and location listed on our website, to bring in more trainees.
Have your facility listed as a Aqua Kriya Yoga certified facility
Upon completion of training, students will be listed on our webpage as Certified Aqua Kriya Yoga instructors.
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This innovative modality was designed by yoga teacher and Swami, Camella Nair. She designed this program mostly to bring the physical practice of yoga to those that found yoga on the mat too challenging or limiting for their bodies.