4 Reasons the Namaste Ayurveda Training Is For YOU

ON January 29, 2015

We are so excited to announce our second Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training & Immersion at Namaste. Lead by Kameko Shibata and guest teachers: David Moreno, Adam Kurzfeld Baxter Bell and more. But don’t just take it from us, hear first hand from participants of the training why you should join this experience:

1. “I am so excited to take part in Kameko Shibata’s Ayurvedic Yoga Training. She has been one of the most inspiring and activated women in my life. She is deeply devoted to her practices and to the healing path, and sharing it with as many people as possible. She is walking her talk. I have craved a strong practice in my life for years. I feel having a daily practice is like having a foundation for building a home, the home being your body. You wouldn’t want to build your dream house on a marsh. Another reason I am so excited about her Training is go deeper into the world of Ayurveda. I discovered ayurveda in my life a few years ago and it has changed my life. I am ready to dive deeper into my own holistic health so I may hold that space for myself and my family and community. Alyra Rose (Namaste Student)
2. I am so excited to do this Ayurveda Yoga Training with Kameko. I have done two 40 day yoga challenges with her in the past and have seen her for Ayurvedic care and massage. She is positive, fun, and so knowledgable about Ayurveda and yoga. I have learned so much from her about self-care practices, nutrition, meditation, pranayama, and yoga generally. I look forward to deepening my practice and knowledge base in this training.”
Alissa (Namaste Student)

3. “Kameko is truly a gem that radiates knowledge, passion, and grace. My drive to learn more about yogic philosophy and ayurveda runs deep. She continuously offers me an experience that opens veils to hidden truths and clearer understandings in order to be a stronger force in this world. Having this extended opportunity to learn from Kameko is one I would not pass up.”
Suzanne (Namaste Student)

4. “My friend Kameko Shibata is leading an Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training at Namaste. She is an inspiration to learn from: knowledgeable, fun, genuine, warm, and so passionate about what she does. The lessons she has taught me in ayurveda have truly changed my life, my yoga, and my way of seeing my students. In a sea of teacher trainings, this is the new direction of yoga – personal, attuned, sensitive to the rhythms of the natural world and our bodies. Check it out while you can still nab a spot! (And, did I mention my dear friend and favorite teacher, David Moreno is teaching curriculum for this training too!!!)
Lily Dwyer Begg (Namaste Community Member).”

Training starts June 27 and runs until July 10

Kameko


EARLY BIRD ENDS MAY 6, 2016!

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Kameko 2Kameko’s love affair with yoga has spanned ten years and five continents! And her teaching reflects her love, curiosity and dedication to yoga and the exploration of  breath.  Her delicious vinyasa classes invite you to come deeply into your breath and body through safe and challenging sequences combined with sound, breath, and core work.

She weaves her passion for the traditional yoga & ayurvedic practices of India with sweaty evolutionary movement, chanting and the occasional swear word for a refreshingly honest experience. Kameko strives to see her students– always offering individual attention and safe adjustments.

Her creative sequencing is inspired by studying the “vinyasa krama” system at the Krishnamaycharya Yoga Mandariam in India. As well as her 650 hours of Yoga Alliance training, from the Ashrams of India, to studying with Mary Paffard, Alice Jaunou and Ana Forest.

WELLNESS TREATMENTS WITH KAMEKO: Kameko Shibata combines her passion for ayurvedic medicine, bodywork and yoga into a comprehensive healing modality that empowers people to heal themselves. She received her Ayurvedic Practioner certification from the Dhyana Center of Health Sciences, where she went on to complete over 1,000 hours in a 2-year internship under her teacher, DeAnna Batdorff.

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