We have the following guest teachers taking part in the Yoga Teacher Training Course:
Jennie Lee – Philosophy
Jennie Lee is a Yoga Therapist and author of True Yoga: Practicing with the Yoga Sutras for Happiness and Spiritual Fulfillment. She has shared the healing benefits of classical yoga and meditation with hundreds of clients over the past 20 years, helping people to overcome anxiety, depression, grief, stress, and challenging relationship dynamics. Her writing has appeared in the Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, Yoga Therapy Today Magazine, Yoga Digest, Common Ground Magazine, Gaia, Yogi Times, and more. She coaches by Skype internationally and lives on the island of O’ahu with her husband and son.
Jennie will be teaching the Yoga Philosophy component including the historical context of yoga and an overview of primary sacred texts such as the Vedas, Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Focus will be on a deep exploration of the Eight Limbs, using practices from her book True Yoga to provide a foundation for integrating philosophy into daily life. Study will also cover the kleshas, or obstacles, encountered on the path toward Self realization through yoga.
For more info please see her website
Mark Hunter – Anatomy
Mark is a yoga teacher, yoga therapist and remedial therapist. As a (slightly) older teacher, Mark brings wisdom and balance to his teaching combining his extensive anatomical knowledge of the body, his skills in injury management and prevention, with patience in developing strength and flexibility to create positive changes.
Having been a natural health practitioner for 20 years and a health educator for 12 years, he is passionate about guiding clients and students to achieve their best level of health.
His key specialty is fascia, having taught fascial anatomy through his natural therapy school Fascial Kinetics, and having researched and studied this dynamic structure for the last 12 years.
Mark will be teaching the Anatomy component of the course.