Indra focuses on supporting and strengthening individual understanding of our unique role as holistic health practitioners and community leaders. We empower one another to feel confident sharing the true essence of Yoga, far beyond asana, allowing the ancient practices to become accessible for wider and more diverse circles of the collective community.
Indra focuses on Ayurveda, Trauma-Informed studies, Social Justice Responsibility, The roots of African Yoga and studies as well as the traditional 8-limbed path and how Yoga directly informs inclusion and accessibility for everyone. We are committed to more diverse representation through empowering BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and disabled wellness community leaders through Indra’s grant and/or scholarship program. We reduce our environmental footprint by offsetting carbon credits, giving back to the communities we offer programs, and working to create necessary environmental awareness education.
Indra alumni are part of an ongoing support platform offering continued education, mentorship, and collaboration opportunities for years to come.
The coursework in this program is 300 hours and will qualify graduates to register with Yoga Alliance at the RYT-300 and RYT-500 levels.
300 hour Yoga, Ayurveda & Trauma Informed Teacher Training
Indra Code Of Ethics
Indra Yoga Institute Code Of Ethics
As a practitioner of Indra Yoga Institute, you have the right to be in all spaces, no matter your race, faith, gender, ability, or orientation. You have the right to practice in an environment free of harassment. You determine if, when, and how anyone touches you. You commit to holding brave space for your Indra cohort. Together we raise the sacred consciousness of our group and carry that energy back to our own communities.
What to Expect
During an Indra Yoga Institute Immersion Program you will experience a unique curriculum blend, depending on the selected training and facilitator team. All trainings weave Social Justice, Trauma Informed work and Ayurveda into the threads of the essence of classical lineage and Yoga Philosophy.
- Ayurvedic Lifestyle Foundational Training
- Trauma-Informed Yoga
- Social Justice Activism Training
- African Yoga Philosophy and Studies
- Yoga For Addiction
- Yoga for Mental Health: Yoga & The Brain, Yoga for Stress & Anxiety
- Asana with diverse classical lineage-based teachers/ Ayurvedic Asana
- Meridians and Chinese Medicine studies
- Workshops focused on Meditation & Pranayama
- Intelligent Sequencing for all bodies
- Ancient Wisdom Traditions
- Environmental Sustainability & Responsibility
- Community Leadership Support
- Wellness Entrepreneurship Coaching
- Compassionate Nonviolent Communication
- Ongoing monthly support and coaching post-training
- Advanced Indra Alumni Networking system for post-training opportunities
Who Can Attend
The course is open to anyone who has received a 200-hour teacher training certification. Individuals who have a long-standing practice of yoga and healing arts, yet have not yet attended a 200-hour program may be subject to exception. Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an interview with our team to review unique opportunities. This work is focused on those interested in connection, deepening their practice and being a community leader and may be beneficial to those who are not concerned about the RYT hours and certification.
Sense of Community
Our intention is to guide practitioners to a place of more compassion and understanding, allowing us to soften the divide we face as a world right now. By deepening our awareness, self understanding and inner resilience, we can enter brave space together and carry this work into wider circles of community.