Yoga Studies at LMU Extension
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Yoga Studies
‌‌‌Swami Omkarananda at LMU Extension

"Yoga, Ecology and the Environment" with Swami Omkarananda

Saturday, May 21, 2016; 1-6 p.m.
LMU University Hall 3226
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Our environmental and social problems are rooted in separation between ourselves and the environment. We need to see everything: Earth, Cosmos, Sun, Worm, Bee, as well as each other with “new eyes”. This workshop will explore how we can connect modern ecology and environmental activism with the teachings of yoga in a way that inspires contemplation and action. Click here for more information.

 

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D‌eepen your practice of Yoga by immersing yourself in the study of traditional YogaWhether you are a student of yoga, an instructor in need of professional development, or simply looking to quench your own curiosity, the Center for Religion and Spirituality has something for you.

Professional Programs + Teacher Trainings

You can learn more about each program individually by clicking the links below. For some programs, tuition assistance is available for those who qualify. Those programs indicated with an asterisk (*) fulfill the prerequisite for the Master of Arts in Yoga Studies offered by the LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

Certificate Programs. Each certificate program and related coursework is uniquely tailored to enable participants to update their skills and knowledge, advance their careers, or assist with a desired change in profession.

 

Teacher Training Programs. Both teacher training programs are Yoga Alliance®-registered 200-hour programs and offer prospective teachers the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the concepts the Yoga tradition, teaching business and methodologies.


Vinyasa Krama Yoga Summer Institute

The four-week Vinyasa Krama Yoga Summer Institute is open to all students and teachers of Yoga interested in learning more about Yoga in the tradition of Sri T. Krishnamacharya, considered the father of modern Yoga and one of the most influential teachers of the 20th Century. The Institute is directed by Srivatasa Ramaswami, Krishnamacharya’s longest-standing student outside his own family. Learn more...