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Three Treasures Yoga believes in a yoga that is rooted in its history and traditional teachings, accessible and relevant in the present, and useful to the need of each student’s individual growth and development.
Through this interdisciplinary portal, Three Treasures Yoga strive to inspire curiosity and a deep dedication to learning in students. Three Treasures Yoga teaches a strong foundation of the eight limbs of classical Hatha yoga and offers an authentic base of knowledge from which students can investigate intelligently and creatively, the ever- changing face of yoga in a modern world and to know a yoga lived from the heart.
High Groves is a world class private country estate, as well as a stunning agricultural and wildlife preserve located in Peloponnese, Greece. High Groves sits on the mountains above the magical village of Ancient Epidavros.
‘Epidavros’ means center of the aura and is a powerful energetic location with a deep and rich history in healing and is the perfect place to go deeper in your practice. Nearby is the Sanctuary of Asklepios, the God of Medicine in Greek Mythology; an archeological site which once was a thriving integrative medical center.
High Groves is the perfect haven for your training because of its natural beauty, privacy, and contemplative atmosphere. This magnificent retreat center is an active horse farm, vineyard, and agricultural estate, set amidst a private forest, all just 15 minutes from the local beaches.
During down time, sit on the terrace and watch nature or have a refreshing swim in the pool. On the property also resides a 2500 year-old olive tree that whispers wisdom if you are patient enough to listen.
Shared double and triple rooms available, with en-suite bathrooms (limited single occupancy available with supplement). All rooms are spacious, comfortable, and with easy access to outdoor and common areas.
Massimo lived and studied in England for over 10 years, speaks fluent English, and is a member of Three Treasures Yoga. He is a registered yoga teacher with Shiatsu yoga Mediterraneo as well as a professional Shiatsu therapist and teacher. He is also a qualified kinesiologist and craniosacral therapist. In 1999, he founded Holismos, a center for yoga and complementary therapies in Poggibonsi, Tuscany, Italy. He also teaches anatomy, physiology, and bodywork for yoga teacher training.
Molly completed her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a Master of Fine Arts in Theater Arts and Dance from the University of Arizona. Molly was introduced to yoga in 1993 in Tucson, Arizona while on a journey to keep herself healthy as a dancer. Although incoming from a dance background, she connected immediately with the asana practice, Molly found herself intensely inspired to learn more about yogic philosophy.
Teachers come from different lineages of Hatha yoga, providing different perspectives on the wisdoms and teachings of yoga. In this way, students develop the ability to see the same situation from many different perspectives, fostering a deep curiosity for the exploration of yoga and life.
This is a good foundation for intelligent and creative investigation. The exploration of the traditional practice is done in a way that honors the pure tradition, but also elicits an investigation that makes the practice relevant and realistic in modern world. Students in the 300-hour course will also have the opportunity to study with several guest faculty members.
Healing modalities and healing touch are taught to familiarize students with the physical body. In this way, students become more educated in their own healing processes, as well as being able to facilitate more knowledgeably for others. On free days, Three Treasures Yoga will do their best to have therapists available for appointments for those students that would like to experience massage and other healing modalities.
On the free days, Three Treasures Yoga will guide you to visit these amazing world famous archeological sites. Epidavros has the biggest best preserved ancient theater with the best acoustic ever. Must be seen!
How to get there
Participants will need to arrive to Athens International Airport. From there, 2 group transfer times on arrival day to High Groves will be offered, or students can find their own way by train & taxi.
Once you are accepted into the program, the organizer will send arrival windows.
The deposit is non refundable.
Three Treasures Yoga is a Yoga Alliance International certified interdisciplinary yoga school. Three Treasures Yoga’s Level 2 Yoga Teacher Training is a 29-day intensive residential program for those who want to deepen their experience and knowledge of yoga for themselves and for their students.
This course is designed to help you develop not only as a yoga teacher, but also to deepen your understanding of yoga and deepen your dedication to the embodiment of yogic principles in everyday life. In this month-long training, you will have the opportunity to explore and nourish all aspects of your growing yogic knowledge.
The 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training course is a powerful catalyst to further your growth from the solid foundation that you have already created. All participants will take a deeper dive into the essence and teachings of yoga as they apply to your own self-discovery as well as how they apply to you as a developing teacher.
Growth in the practice of yoga goes far beyond the physical level, and in this course, you will awaken deeper levels of insight, exploration and transformation, and learn new skills to help facilitate this deeper journey for others.
06:00 – 07:00 Self-practice, shatkarma, and meditation
07:00 – 09:00 Asana and pranayama
09:00 – 10:00 Breakfast
10:00 – 11:00 Functional anatomy and physiology
11:10 – 12:30 Philosophy
12:30 – 13:00 Meditation / pranayama practice
13:00 – 15:30 Lunch, free time, study time
15:40 – 17:30 Asana breakdown, alignment, sequencing, theming
17:30 – 19:00 Student teaching, project development, interactive discussion groups
19:00 – 20:00 Dinner
20:00 – 21:00 Music, movement, mantra, healing, film
21:00 Silence until after morning practice
(***)Subject to change slightly.