It is so exciting to be living in a time where modern sciences have progressed to such a degree that we can look into the body and begin to acknowledge the wisdom of the ancients. The Pilamaya Yoga Teacher Training teaches to honour both the old and the new.
We believe it is essential to have an ethical grounding to become a yoga teacher leader. That’s why the Pilamaya Yoga 220 Hour Teacher Training follows the guidelines set out in the eight limbs of Patanjali – steps to live meaningfully and purposefully.
In Foci One of the Pilamaya Yoga 220 Hour Teacher Training, we look at the cell biology within the central nervous system and how this knowledge can support your journey to becoming a yoga teacher.
On the Pilamaya Yoga Teacher Training course, we teach from the ground upwards. But what does this mean, and why do we believe in it? In this blog, course founder Shaura shares heartfelt explorations of ‘the Pilamaya Way’, beginning with the Ashtanga standing series in Foci One…
What does ‘Pilamaya’ actually mean? In our new series of blogs, “The Pilamaya Way”, course founder Shaura Hall shares heartfelt explorations of the Pilamaya Yoga 220 Hour Teacher Training curriculum and philosophy. Here, she tells us how it all began…
As 2016 came to a close, I reflected upon all that has passed this year. For me, it has offered many challenges and opportunities to get to know myself further; it has also been a year of team gathering. This year contained a huge milestone for me: I wrote and delivered my first 220-hour yoga teacher training course, run as a collaboration with The Minded Institute’s school of yoga therapy.