This is the third incarnation of this class, and it keeps getting better. The whole is hosted on the website. Guided meditation and asana sequences are included in each week. The course presents the yoga tradition in a way that cuts through all of the fads, the lists, the hard to understand herbs and the conflicting advice. I try to explain the principal of change, which is consistent to the tradition and the most cutting edge modern day research on brains and bodies. What we find is that healing is uncovered, change is allowed, power is something revealed if we can just create a space for that to happen.
You are encouraged to sign up for this course WITH A PARTNER, as a half hour chat with them once a week fuels the practice and makes the whole thing go. Each week centers on an hour long podcasted video: supplementary material is optional, something you go back to in time, or dive into when you are ready.
This is rich material, a lot of karin's deepest personal work, (and experience, and years of trial and error, slowly coming to understand) streamlined for you to learn, more easily and without the stuck points. This helps us understand what asana are, what minds and bodies are, how energy and mood and thinking works, so that we can feel yoga unfurl in our lives, off the mat.
Repeat students can retake the course for $108. This is required of the 500 hour training, because questions of self care and life and meditation are central to a deepening practice and the majority of the questions you'll be asked, as a teacher. This is a golden place for newcomers to begin, as NO EXPERIENCE is required but you'll get the principals down. This is ideal for students who have been practicing for a long time, have some idea of a meditation practice, but are wondering about the gap between practice and life, longing and reality, all those conflicting rules and cues.
I love this stuff. I love watching what it's done for people, so far. I think you will love it, too. Sign up, here (and then bookmark it).