Basic Integral Yoga Teacher Training
This Time may be the Right Time for You!
The Integral Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training here at Integral Yoga Institute, Fair
Lawn, NJ is a five month-long non-residential program consisting of over 200 class
hours. This comprehensive Yoga teacher certification provides a strong foundation for personal and spiritual development, a space for nurturing your own practice, and the skills necessary to become a knowledgeable Yoga teacher. You will learn to teach each portion of the Integral Yoga Beginners’ class, including asanas (Yoga poses), deep relaxation, pranayama (breathing practices), chanting, and meditation. You will learn how to adapt yoga practices to fit the needs of often-seen students. You will enjoy going deeper in your own practice so you can be a model for others as well as a refection of yogic teachings, the result being a happier healthier, more peaceful and productive YOU!
Additionally, you will explore:
• Classes in vegetarian diet
• Instruction in basic anatomy and physiology
• Chanting instruction—for personal practice and class settings
• Raja Yoga (the science of the mind and yogic lifestyle)
• Jnana Yoga (the study of Self-inquiry)
• Bhakti Yoga (the path of devotion; including chanting, worship, and self-surrender)
. Karma Yoga (the practice of selfless service)
Teacher Training starts in February, 2020!
Call for a Mutual Interview and Application: 201-796-7585
Orientation Meeting: Sunday January 19, 2020 11am
Margabandhu Martarano, an E-RYT-500,
has served as Director of the New Jersey IYI, at the request of Sri Swami Satchidananda, for over 50 years, beginning when classes first began and a food co-op opened in Garfield, NJ. Margabandhu is a Senior Certified Integral Yoga Instructor, proficient in all aspects of Yoga, having learned directly from Gurudev in the early years. Professionally, Margabandhu has a BA in Education and is a Certified Massage Therapist, specializing in Acupressure and Reflexology, and a Master Herbalist, having studied with many experts over the years including: Viktoras Kulvinskas, Smoky Santillo and Dr. Ralph Alan Dale.
Rev. Jagadish Ruttler, E-RYT-500,
is a dedicated student and teacher of Integral Yoga. A Senior Instructor with over 17 years experience, he is certified in Raja Yoga and Meditation as well as Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels of Hatha Yoga. On August 19, 2006, he deepened his commitment to Sri Swami Satchidananda and the teachings of Integral Yoga, and became an Integral Yoga Minister. Along with his commitment to sharing the teachings of Integral Yoga, Jagadish is a Certified practitioner of Acupressure, Reflexology and Reiki (Master/Teacher).
Rev. Premajyothi Devi, E-RYT-500,C-IAYT
is a certified Integral Yoga Instructor for Meditation, Raja Yoga, Cardiac, Children’s, Pre-natal, Post-Partum, and Beginner Hatha Yoga. On August 19, 2006, she deepened her commitment to Sri Swami Satchidananda and the teachings of Integral Yoga, and became an Integral Yoga Minister. She is available for Weddings, Memorial Services, House Blessings, Baby Blessings, Ecumenical Services, Spiritual Counseling, and wherever the universal teachings of yoga are requested.
Russell Ditchfield-Agboh, PT
is a Certified Integral Yoga Instructor. A Graduate of Daemen College with a BS in Physical Therapy, with a minor in Biology. He has 5 years as a PT at the New York University Medical Center. Russell is also Certified in Structural Integration (Rolfing). His engaging lectures have made him a popular Anatomy & Physiology Instructor for several yoga teacher training programs in NJ, but he started his teaching career here in Fair Lawn!
Arjuna Matthew Grey MA.
Yoga and I fell in love with each other in 2011 when I took my first Yoga class, discovered my first copy of the Yoga Sutras, and met my Teacher – Reverend Jaganath Carrera. I began the intense study and practice of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, as well as other Yogic Scriptures, and have never looked back. I am continuously wonder stuck and humbled at Yoga’s ability to transform my perception, heart, and mind; for me Yoga is about being happy, finding out who you are, and how you are connected to everyone around you. The Path of Yoga (as well as my motto in life) can be summed up as this: “Be Good, Do Good” (a quote by Swami Sivananda). My sole driving force and aspiration is simply this: to be a good person and to do good things or - to put it differently - to Love and Serve. It is from this place that I approach students and the practice of Yoga.