Continuing Education Courses

Have you been practicing or even teaching Yoga for awhile and want to deepen your practice or further your studies?

Akhanda Yoga Institute provides opportunities to take courses of various lengths and covering many different areas of Yoga practice from Pranayama, to Asana, to Meditation, and Yogic lifestyle.

Yoga teachers with a registered 200 Hour YTT will obtain a certificate for Continuing Education hours on their Yoga Alliance profile.

Choose the offering that best serves your hunger for learning more authentic Yogic wisdom!

100 hour IN PERSON TRAINING

| 12 day intensive on campus

Classical Kundalini Yoga is a unique style of Yoga developed by Yogrishi Vishvketu to initiate students into authentic Tantra Yoga. This 12-day intensive training course, live on Zoom, offers a profound personal and professional development opportunity.

At this time, when many people are experiencing unprecedented stress, breathwork / pranayama offers many benefits. Training in breathwork will give you tools to help people cope with uncertainty and anxiety. This Yoga Alliance accredited program includes breathwork coaching skills, authentic Yogic wisdom, and ancient pranayama techniques. Learn how to be of service and support people with the power of breathing!

This advanced pranayama program will take you deeper and further on your spiritual journey. Learn to create pranayama sequences within a strong framework of wisdom from ancient Yogic practices, exploring philosophy from key Adi Nath Shiva lineage texts. This well-paced, flexible, virtual 100 hour pranayama teacher training will empower you to confidently guide customised breathwork practices for individual, specific needs.

We invite you to begin the journey of Raj Yoga, an innovative and inclusive style designed by Yogrishi Vishvketu to help you move very simply towards more calm, meditative awareness and integration. With this unique 100 hour YTT module, you will add this inclusive Yoga style to your teaching services, and learn to tailor Raj Yoga for those who need a very moderate flow, to practice in a chair or even to practice in bed.