I have done extensive research online and Im down to a few choices. I had an injury to my back that ViniYoga has helped me deal with it. I have found my true calling in teaching this style (therapy at least) and giving up my design career that required long sitting hours. Studying ViniYoga requires a teacher training certificate a lot of times (and its extremely expensive), so which STYLE of Yoga would be a good transition to therapy-based programs? Any ideas of where to study? Which style is best suited for someone inflexible and not into crazy poses? I have an ashram in the Bahamas in mind (actually cheaper in costs than ones here in CA), maybe LMU, Santa Barbara Yoga Center, Yoga Adventure in Hawaii, Yoga Blend in Burbank, CA – Larry Payne’s program. Oh and any help on where to find financial assistance for these programs do tell…..Please help. I WISH i could afford the ViniYoga Institute ($10K for 8 weeks) but thats not realistic.
I do know of the posture people Egoscue and Esther Gokhale – but dont think they “train” people. I need to know where to start – although this would be a great supplement in addition to learning basics. I def decided NOT to train at an ashram btw