Become a Meditation Teacher at Home




The Temple of Kriya Yoga is enrolling students in their 12-month online home study Meditation Teachers Training Program. It requires attendance at one retreat for certification and includes access to the temple’s Internet education portal and free Wednesday night meditation at the temple. All levels are welcome.

      Participants may study from the comfort of their own home and at their own pace. Topics include ancient techniques from yogic, Buddhism, Christianity, Zen, Agama, Shinto and Sufi traditions, as well as the opportunity to learn about mantra, Sanskrit and fasting.

      The online community provides additional study materials; retreats offer in-depth, one-on-one training, and graduates receive a certificate suitable for framing.

Location: 2414 N. Kedzie Blvd., Chicago. To enroll or for more information, call 773-342-4600 or visit YogaKriya.org/php/mttphs.php.

 

 

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