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Yoga Nidra Teacher Training

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Yoga Nidra Teacher Training
Yoga Nidra Teacher Training

Time & Location

Jun 12, 2022, 7:00 PM

Dong Nai, Ap 4, Xa Nam Cat Tien, Huyen Tan Phu, Tinh Dong Nai, Nam Cát Tiên, Dong Nai, Đồng Nai, Vietnam

About the Event


 Yoga Nidra is the hallmark of Bihar School of Yoga and  the most popular and enjoyable relaxation meditation, Yoga Nidra  Teachers Training is a rare course and an ideal opportunity to learn how  to teach it well from Swami Yogaratna, who has over 30 years experience  in teaching Yoga Nidra. It is for those who love Yoga Nidra and would  like to share this gift with others. Those who complete the course and  all assignments successfully will receive a Certificate accredited with  YOGA ALLIANCE UK.


 Gain a deeper experience and  understanding of Yoga Nidra, learn how to use your voice, give a course,  and plan and make your own Yoga Nidra CD. For experienced practitioners  of 1+ years who desire to deepen their practice and teach to others.

  200 hrs – 4 weeks Yoga Nidra Teachers Training include:

  • Yoga Nidra Foundation 

• Yoga Nidra Self Practice 

• Advanced Yoga Nidra 

• Yoga Nidra – Philosophical aspects 

• Yoga Nidra - How to teach 

•  Yoga Nidra - Your personal choice of teaching focus (adults, children,  personal development,  or as a therapy for mental issues or pain  management) 

• Research and study of teaching focus

  Student’s Assignment and Project: 

• Practice teaching sections 

• Write a full Yoga Nidra script 

• Teach different forms of Yoga Nidra 

• Make a CD / Recording for your students to practice 

• Prepare and give a talk on theoretical aspects of Yoga Nidra

  Recommended for balanced sadhana: 

• Asana, Pranayama, Meditation 

• Chanting & Satsang 

• Karma Yoga (1 hour per day required)


5:00 am: Silent meditation 

6:00 am: Chanting 

6:30 am: Asana, Pranayama 

8:30 am: Silent Breakfast 

9:00 am: Karma Yoga 

10:30 am: Yoga Nidra Theory Class 

12h:30 pm: Silent Lunch & Rest 

2:30 pm: Yoga Nidra Practice 

4:30 pm: Personal Sadhana / Assignments 

6:00 pm: Light Silent Dinner 

7:30 pm: Satsang/Chanting/Meditation 

8:30 pm: Personal practice/ Sweet dreams

✨ TIME: 12/6 - 10/7/2022 

✨ LOCATION: Xu So La Vie Est Belle, Nam Cat Tien, Dong Nai. 

✨ LANGUAGE: English, Vietnamese 

✨ REQUIREMENT: For  experienced practitioners who desire to deepen their practice and teach  to others. You're qualified to join us when having a minimum one year  of daily practice of yoga nidra and two years practice of meditation.  You have great advantage when being a yoga or meditation teacher.


To  make sure the well-being activities come to different people at  different financial situations, La Vie Est Belle doesn't have a fixed  fee you have to pay. For your indication of figures, average  contribution suggested for each person for the course is 28,000,000  dong. You can pay more or less up to your willingness and your financial  capability. 50% of the course income will go to Swami Yogaratna’s  Shankar Prasad Foundation and the charitable play school for children  Muddu in Goa, India, which is also founded by Swamiji.


 • SWAMI YOGARATNA SARASWATI Swami  Yogaratna Saraswati was trained as a sannyasin disciple of the Bihar  School of Yoga (BSY), which was founded by Swami Satyananda Saraswati, a  direct disciple of Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh. She has also been  initiated by Swami Niranjanananda, the present guru.

  Swami  Yogaratna was born in Paris of Australian parents and raised in India.  She went to school in Bombay, and went on to study art, education, and  linguistics in Australia. After studying, working, and travelling, Swami  Yogaratna committed her life to the spiritual quest. She joined the  Bangalore branch of Bihar School of Yoga, Atma Darshan Yogashram, in  1984, and took sannyasa diksha the following year.

  She received  complete training in all forms of the Bihar school tradition of yoga,  meditation, yoga therapy, and Indian spirituality. She served as a  sannyasin sevak (voluntary service) in the ashram for over 20 years by  assisting in the running of the ashram from top to bottom, giving  therapy and spiritual counseling, and running classes for all manner of  people and institutions. She conducted Yoga Teacher Training courses,  edited the ashram spiritual magazine: ‘Atmabha’, and established a  reforestation project ELA.

  In 1997, she went to the mother ashram  in Munger, which is the world’s first Yoga University: Bihar Yoga  Bharati. In 2004 she returned to Atma Darshan Yogashram in Bangalore and  soon after received her Guru’s Blessings to ‘be free as a sannyasin’,  independent of the ashram. Since then, Sw. Yogaratna has given yoga  programs all over South India and overseas. She spent several years  developing specialized centers and departments focused on fusing yogic  knowledge with naturopathy, Ayurveda, and humanitarian work.

  Sw.  Yogaratna’s aim is to help people relieve their suffering and develop  themselves through the awareness and the science of Yoga. She offers  individual and group classes and guidance at the Shankar Prasad Ashram,  and she travels wherever requested for special programs. She is  particularly appreciated for her talent in leading Yoga Nidra (psychic  sleep) and other Meditations from the tantras, yoga therapy, yoga for  children, the higher techniques of Chakra Sadhana, Kundalini yoga and  many others, including satsangs (talks) and kirtan (group singing).


 Phuc  has the training background and has been facilitating mindfulness and  classical yoga classes for 10 years. Phuc used to work 9 years as a  trainer for a multinational company around Asia. After that she switched  her career path to sustainability focusing on human and community  development. Phuc uses movement expression, classical synthesis of yoga,  meditation-mindfulness, and nature as approaches to help one reconnect  with their own inner and outer nature. She loves to stimulate in each  person love and beauty, helping people to realize their most vivid and  authentic nature. Phuc is a long time student of Bihar School of Yoga in  India, a Yoga Siromani certified by Sivananda Yoga International and  Yoga Nidra Teacher certified by Yoga Alliance UK and Shankar Prasad  Ashram (India). Phuc is the co-founder of La Vie Est Belle, she speaks  Vietnamese, French and English.


  • SHANKAR PRASAD ASHRAM ( Shankar  Prasad is a spiritual retreat centre located near Gokarna, Karnataka,  India. We offer yoga and meditation classes, run an organic farm, house a  children's play school Muddu, and serve the local community however we  can.

 • XU SO LA VIE EST BELLE ( La  Vie Est Belle is a karma school for people to experience the outer and  inner nature through experiential activities such as meditation, yoga,  nature immersion, transforming art creation, leading a sharing simple  life. We have daily activities and monthly retreats/courses and teacher  training relating to the concept.

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