Living Yoga - Philosophy for Everyday Wisdom

2 November, 2024 to 3 November, 2024

Learn how to decode yoga philosophy and apply its wisdom to everyday life - for yoga teachers and curious students


The yoga practices that we love are part of a rich tradition that dates back thousands of years.  Encoded in the ancient texts are endless nuggets of philosophical wisdom and practical tools to elevate human existence so that we can live in alignment and harmony with nature and each other.


While yoga philosophy can sometimes seem esoteric and complex, there are some simple truths woven through these ancient teachings that are extremely relevant and useful in our modern lives.


This course is for yoga teachers and curious students of yoga who want to unlock the transformational wisdom in these texts and put it into practical use.  True happiness comes from living with meaning and purpose, and embracing yoga philosophy as a blueprint for everyday living is a step towards empowering our natural states of love, happiness, peace and equanimity.


If you’ve heard about or read from any of the yogic texts, such as Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, the Bhagavad Gita, the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra, the Vedas, the Upanishads, or others, their true meaning can easily be misconstrued or over-simplified.  We’ll be delving into the nature of Sanskrit - the language of yoga - in all its beauty and subtle nuance to decode the deeper meaning within the texts.


From there we’ll harness this ancient wisdom and artfully apply it to everyday situations so that you can truly “live” your yoga beyond the mat.


If you’re a yoga teacher, we’ll give you a format to be able to weave philosophical wisdom into your yoga classes, using your own personal experience as inspiration.


If you’re a curious student, you’ll come away with insights into how your yoga practice on the mat combined with deeper wisdom can elevate your daily experience,  leading to greater states of wellbeing and empowerment.



The alchemical nature of Sanskrit

Yoga is not just about “stilling the mind”

A deeper connection to the energies of life

Passion and purpose is your birthright

A practical way to apply ancient wisdom for modern minds



There are no pre-requisites to this training!

It is open to those with 200hr yoga teacher training qualification, either with InYoga or other Yoga Alliance/Yoga Australia registered schools.

We also welcome you are not a yoga teacher, but are curious to know more about yoga philosophy and how to “live” the principles of yoga.



This training forms part of InYoga’s 200, 300/350 and 500-hour teacher training pathway through Yoga Australia and Yoga Alliance. Participants who have already completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training will receive a 25 hour certificate.

Please note that this course involves viewing some online content prior to commencement of the training, and some preliminary reading.

The course format can be accessed either live in the studio, or live online.



This course will be held at;

InYoga Training Studio,

Level 2, 137 Devonshire St,

Surry Hills, NSW 2010.


Online via Zoom

Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd November 2024

8am - 5pm

The course will include morning asana and meditation practice, theory and practical sessions.

Bring a yoga mat, notebook and pen, and an open heart and mind!

This course may be attended either live in the studio, or online. Please note, this course does not include accommodation or meals.



Rod Galbraith



Full payment is required at the time of booking

Cancellation & withdrawal from course

Course fee includes $150 non-refundable administration fee in the event of withdrawal from course. No refund for cancellations within 14 days of course commencing.  Credit can be applied towards any teacher training module within 2 years.


2 November, 2024 to 3 November, 2024

8:00am - 5:00pm


InYoga Studio, Level 2, 137 Devonshire St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010.


Early Bird Price $495 if paid in full by 6 September 2024

(Use discount code LYEB)

Full Price $595

See below for cancellation policies