Daily Ritual Integrative Yoga SCHOOL 

SANSKRIT STUDY & BEYOND: A true, foundational knowledge of the Sanskrit language will expand your understanding of yoga in incredibly rewarding ways. Jolisa shares knowledge that allows students to authentically integrate yogic practices from mantra to prāṇāyāma into every day life in transformative ways.

Jolisa leads memorable lectures and workshops at independent studios and registered yoga schools. She offers an approachable yet comprehensive means of accessing the practices beyond āsana. Each of her workshops is created to seamlessly support your yoga teacher training courses and fulfill several Yoga Alliance certification requirements. All courses are Yoga Alliance approved for training hours in fulfillment of the RYS (Registered Yoga School) requirements or CE (Continuing Education) units. Jolisa is a certified, registered yoga teacher holding current E-RYT200, RYT 500, and YACEP designations with extensive formal training in the Sanskrit language. 
 

HOW IT WORKS: 

Mix and Match any of the topics below to create a customized training series for your YTT or CE workshop series. Choose from introductory topics, practice-based workshops, and philosophy lectures. Send your YTT syllabus, projected dates and details to YTT@daily-ritual.com.

 

Intermediate and Advanced lecture topics require students have a basic understanding of the history of yoga as a philosophy and practice or completion of the introductory lecture, THE ROOTS OF YOGA.

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INTRODUCTORY TOPICS:

 
Three Aspects of the Absolute  from the  Nath Charit,  India, Rajasthan, Jodhpur, 1823

Three Aspects of the Absolute from the Nath Charit, India, Rajasthan, Jodhpur, 1823

 

INTERMEDIATE + ADVANCED TOPICS:

PREREQUISITE: THE ROOTS OF YOGA

 
 
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VISHVA RUPA:

THE DIVINE FORM OF THE YOGI

The Bhagavad Gita, a canonical Hindu text, presents a spectrum of yogic doctrines and practices within a framework of personal devotion (bhakti) to Krishna. In its eleventh chapter, Krishna manifests in his cosmic form (Vishvarupa) and is praised as Lord of Yoga (Yogeshvara).

Krishna Vishvarupa
India, Himachal Pradesh, Bilaspur, ca. 1740