At the Yoga Generation school, we are not looking to create another Vinyasa Flow; Ashtanga or a Power Yoga teacher. More and more people are turning to yoga to find a new sense of balance that can help them tackle the mounting challenges of modern life. Yoga Generation’s 200 hour Teacher Training is specifically designed to meet the needs of a new generation of yogis who want to combine a modern approach and methodology with the ancient yogic techniques and philosophy. With a highly experienced faculty of tutors we are able to offer a truly unique course that is deeply rooted in a Sri Krishnamacarya lineage yet shines a light on many other paths of yoga. As a result, Yoga Generation graduates will become part of a new generation of yogis who are not limited to one strict doctrine, but are equipped to embrace and share the vast practice of yoga with those in search of health, peace and happiness.
£2500 (non-refundable £500 deposit to secure a place applies). Flexible payment/instalments can be discussed.
More Information, Queries and Booking
Tel: Alina Kopelchuk on 07807 20249 or Austeja on 07718 242400
Venue and Dates
The Light Centre Moorgate, 114 London Wall, City of London. EC2M 5QA
April 16th, 17th
April 23rd, 24th
April 30th May 1st
May 7th, 8th
May 14th, 15th
May 28th, 29th
June 4th, 5th
June 11th, 12th
June 18th, 19th
July: 2nd, 3rd
Core Course Content
This is a fast track, but an in-depth intensive training course and our intention is to provide a supportive, fun and stimulating environment, delivered by a team of inspiring, compassionate and highly qualified yoga teacher trainers.
• Origins of yoga;
• Analysis of the central poses, their key alignment points and how to teach them;
• Common postural problems and modifications – how to best ensure safe practice and prevent injury;
• How to make sensitive adjustments based on individual students and levels of practice;
• Practical anatomy & physiology, including conditions you may encounter when you teach
• Teaching skills; presentation expertise and finding your authentic teaching voice;
• Essential pranayama – harnessing the power of breath energy;
• Developing and teaching a personal meditation practice;
• Basic Asana & Pranayama related Sanskrit;
• Evolution of your own practice and focus on understanding of what’s happening in your body/mind as your foundation to teach compassionately and mindfully – a professional and ethical framework from which to practice
At the end of this course students will have received the tools to:
• Teach mixed ability asana classes confidently and competently;
• Developed a professional awareness of safe practice for both teacher and student through modifying asanas to suit an individual’s body;
• Developed self-confidence and belief in your ability to communicate and demonstrate in a one-to-one and class based environment
An extensive yoga education with teachers from around the world has had an insightful effect on Austeja’s style of teaching, which is a blend of Patanjali’s Asthanga, eight-fold path, flowing Vinyasa sequencing and T. Krishnamacharya’s teachings. She has taught many, from visually impaired students to marathon runners and triathletes in UK as well as overseas.
Austeja is a senior yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance International and have been training aspiring yoga teachers at various teacher training programs since 2014. In one of those training programs she met Alina and two years later a Yoga Generation School was born.
Austeja has been fortunate to study Asthanga yoga with teachers such as David Swenson, Lino Miele, Sharath & Saraswathi in Mysore; Vinyasa Flow with Rebecca Ffrench, Yoga Anatomy with David Kiel and Yoga for Mental Health with A.G Mohan and Indra Mohan. She also feels eternatly grateful for an opportunity to stem yogic philosophy knowledge from magnificent teachers as Swami Veda Bharati, Carlos Pomeda & Swami Nityamuktananda. Austeja is a certified Pregnancy Yoga teacher (Yogacampus, UK) and has also been practicing Yoga Nidra with Swami Pragyamurti Saraswati, and is certified to teach this remarkable practice by Satyananda Yoga Center, UK. She also often writes on subjects of yoga philosophy and mindfulness and is a regular contributor for Yogi Times.
Alina has been a dedicated Yoga practitioner for over 8 years. After experiencing wonderful effects of yoga on her own life and realising that her passion for yoga is turning into a life-long path of self-discovery, she decided to share her experience and become a full-time yoga teacher. Quick after completion of the 200h Yoga Teacher Training course with Younique Yoga, Alina found herself running a yoga studio in the city of London.
In addition, in order to have deeper understanding of how to keep our physical body healthy and balanced, Alina is currently training to become an Ayurvedic life style and nutrition specialist. Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that originated in India thousands of years ago. The Sanskrit term Ayurveda is a combination of two words: Ayu – life and Veda – knowledge or science. While Ayurveda is the science and Yoga is the practice of the science, the two are inseparable sisters for Alina: inquiry into Ayurvedic knowledge inspires her to practice Yoga and her Yoga practice helps to get deeper understanding of Ayurvedic principles.
Meditation and the art of Mantra through the grace of The Divine Mother has been a central part of Antarma’s life since age 13.
Initially with Sahaja Yoga, he also has been deeply inspired by Sufi, Amazonian and African Spiritual traditions. However, it is when Antarma met the Guru he recieved Mantra Diksha into a Sampradaya lineage that goes back for many thousands of years of South Indian Tantra practice.
Antarma’s teachings of the sacred sounds has travelled through various yoga retreats and festivals in UK, Malaysia, Italy, Hungary, Portugal Estonia, and Czech Republic to the international yoga festival of Geneva, Switzerland where he is invited to share mantra workshops yearly.
Antarma also shares the uplifting power of words, music and sound through his music, both traditional Bhajans and also Hip Hop Reggae Poetry Soul with influences from African, South American an Indian music with Djembe rhythms and conscious lyrics. He has played both solo and with his band ‘Antarma and the Family Tree’ in many places in London and internationally with the focus to translate the energy of joyful presence to all different groups and in a humble loving and all inclusive way.
Milan studied art in School of Applied Arts 1982 and Academy of Fine Arts, 1984 in Zagreb, Croatia. In 80’s he did sculpture and painting, portraits and landscapes and lived in Rome, Italy, where he studied and painted classical art was drawn to spiritual art history with Christian motives inspired by Italian classic art. As a result he has also travelled around Europe and painted many murals and winning numerous awards in Italy, Switzerland and Netherlands.
Although, it was not until following a move to Brazil in 90’s that he has switched to digital art, dedicating exclusively to meditation and therapy arts, like Yantras and Chakras.
Later the inspiration was Buddha. And then the London Hare Krishna asked him to decorate the temple in Soho, with oil paintings of Krishnas pastimes, and also painting of brass and marble Deities.
In 2014 Milan also completed a course of Yantra painting in London, following the tradition of worldwide respected Indian artist Harish Johari from Haridwar.
Currently Milan has chosen London as his base and specializes in producing Chakras and Yantras paintings as well as digital art for prints. And when he is not found creating art, he is quietly healing busy Londoners or running trainings for Thai massage specialists as one of the top Thai massage specialists in UK.