Find a greater understanding of the language of yoga with the introductory course on pronunciation an vocabulary of Sanskrit. Learn the basics of this ancient language through the study of mantra and commonly used terms. Topics include explanations of key yoga terminology as well as pronunciation guides and time dedicated to practicing speaking and chanting. Taught by expert teacher and yoga therapist Emily Liles.

This self-paced continuing education workshop offered through Unbound Collective School of Yoga and Wellness, eligible for 3 (non-contact) hours of continuing education credit with Yoga Alliance. The video portions of this course were recorded during a live virtual workshop on May 1, 2020.

Course Instructor: Emily Liles

Emily, a Certified Yoga Therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapy, holds a degree in Natural Science from the University of Texas in Austin and has been leading various 200 hour and 500 hour Teacher Training programs for over 6 years. She has been teaching Yoga since 2006 and enjoys working with students at any level.

Emily teaches students the tools of Yoga that they may deepen skills creating stability and clarity in life. These Yogic tools not only include the postures of Yoga, but also the breathing techniques, meditation, mantra, and traditional aspects of the teachings.

Emily is on ongoing student of Chase Bossart of the Krishnamacharya tradition and studies traditional Vedic chanting with Pam Hightower. Emily studies Ayurvedic life style choices under the guidance Ayurvedic Practitioner Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart.

Her classes are based in discussion and hands on experience. Come prepared for laughter, ritual, grounding, expression, nourishment, and community!

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Non-CEU Workshop

This workshop is available for non-contact hour CEU's with Yoga Alliance.


CEU Workshop

Choose this option to receive 3 contact hour CEU's with Yoga Alliance. This course option will include a short live video follow-up with an instructor to ensure all of your questions are addressed and you can apply what you have learned.