Yoga und Meditation in der Schweiz


  • Upcoming Dates: 6 – 15 June 2013
  • Style of Yoga taught: Rocket Yoga Vinyasa
  • Series: 100hrs
  • Location: Vikasa Yoga Retreat on Koh Samui/Thailand
  • Teachers: Jamie Clarke, Dulce Aguilar


    Learn the Rocket: Larry Schultz created the Rocket routine, a series of postures based on a modification of the traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga primary and intermediate series. The perfect marriage of tempo and sequence. These advanced routines are appropriate for all levels levels of students. With plenty of ways to modify the classical poses, the benefits of the poses are transmitted equally to renew vitality and energy.

    This vibrant routine is called the “Rocket” because, “it gets you there faster.” The Rocket is designed to wake up the nervous system and feed it the precious prana it craves while promoting a spirit of change and freedom in the practice.

    Teach the Rocket: Our intensives our designed to share and breakdown the world famous Rocket Routines. They are physically awakening and mind soothing with enhanced drills, core routines and modifications to support students in deepening their experience with the advanced poses of the Ashtanga System. 10 day sessions break-down the Rocket 1 and 2 routines

    Purpose Statement: The Purpose of this training is to invite students into the mechanical brainwork of the Rocket Series. Appropriatly dubbed the “feel-good” routine, the sequence and philosophy are well thought out, and proven to be effective over years of experience practicing in this system. These ground-breaking routines approaches the Ashtanga Vinyasa system in an open, fun and challenging way.

    The Training: You will learn the Rocket routine in detail, learn the mechanics of “flying”, and learn the method and nuances helpful in teaching the Rocket. A Rocket video and training manual come as part of the curriculum.

    Program Components: Flying is made possible by combining multiple aspects of yoga that when put together allow you to move and maintain a sense of levitation or flight in your practice. Principals you will learn include:

    • Breath
    • Forward and backward bends
    • Scripting techniques
    • The first chapter of the Sutras of Patanjali
    • Adjustments
    • Practice drills
    • 140 Ashtanga postures in the Rocket system sequenced by days of the week
    • Abdominal strength and control
    • Full body strengthening including hand, wrist, shoulder, and back development
    • Stacking methods for inversions
    • Drishti (the integration of eye focus into your practice)
    Learning the “Mechanics of Flight”: Flying is the ability to move fluidly through your practice in sections that require balancing on your hands while your feet are off the ground: Areas covered include:
    • Weight Transfer into the hands
    • Floating back and forth in the Sun Salutations
    • Jump backs from seated postures
    • Inversions and handstands from standing postures
    • Arm balances and inversions from seated positions
    • Creating fluid movement throughout you practice
    • Floating with control vs. ballistics
    Arm Balancing and Inversions: Balancing on your hands has many invigorating benefits. Some of the arm balancing and inversion techniques taught include:
    • Headstand
    • elbow stand
    • scorpion
    • handstands (multiple variations)
    • crow posture
    • side crow
    • one legged crow
    • “crazy eight” posture
    • tripod headstand
    • peacock posture, and much more


      07:00am – 09:00am Morning Intensives (Asana, Pranayama, Meditation)
      09:00am – 10:00am Break
      10:30am – 12:30pm Study, Group Work, Lectures
      12:30pm – 02:00pm Lunch break
      02:00pm – 05:30pm Study, Group Work, Lectures, Practice

      Jamie Clarke founds his journey into yoga, while living in San Francisco in 2001. In almost a magical twist of serendipity , he collided with his yoga path just as he was struggling to get over the sudden death of her mum. Since then yoga has become his journey, his medicine, and the portal that allows him to visit a very peaceful place inside himself. He is blessed that he can now help others to find their serenity within themselves. Over the years he has been fortunate to experience many disciplines of Yoga which has influenced his teaching, most notably with Ashtanga, Rocket, Vinyasa, Yin, Jivamukti and Mandala. He has been honored to learn from the magical and experienced, as well as the very students and companions that enrich my daily life and keep me more “awake”.“I would like to acknowledge my dear guru & friend Larry Shultz who took me in and gave me a yoga world that i never dreamed of. He taught me new ways to develop energy and lightness of being, lifting me beyond just the routines to marvelous new heights in my practice. Larry’s philosophy’s and style have been most influential in how i teach today.To Paul and Susan Grilley, who taught me depth, patience and stillness with the beautiful and complementary approach of Yin. Their approach has been fundamental in my growing practice of meditation. To David Life who through the artistic creativity of Jivamukti opened my eyes to a broader range of possibilities of teaching with expression. And, lastly to Dulce Aguilar who gave me real purpose and direction, and the very inspiration to create something special between us and truly transformational for our students. My deepest thanks to all the special teachers and students in my life. ”

      Dulce Aguilar, Since her encounter with Yoga, she began a journey of re-connection with her true self. This happened when she was 23 years old in a small studio in Monterrey Mexico, since then she decided to dedicate her life to share her passion for yoga & healing throughout America, Europe & Asia. During this journey she had the pleasure to share knowledge and energy with fantastic people from different disciplines, such as: Chamanic Healing, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Rocket, Yin, Mandala & Tripsichore Yoga. “I humbly give thanks to: Jose Luis Gleeson: for being the inspiration to follow this wonderful path. Larry Schultz: for showing me that Yoga is loose and magic and for making me believe that I am stronger than I thought I was. Jamie Clarke: for making the dream alive, while holding my hand, walking this path. Paul & Susan Grilley: for opening my eyes to different disciplines and for widening my view to accept and adapt different doctrines into my teaching. Shiva Rea: for helping me connect with my feminine Inner Guru and getting me out of the box of linear movement.
      Edward Clark: for re-assuring to me that Yoga is also an art. All Students, fellow Yogis, everybody: for being a mirror of all the unsolved things in my soul. For being an inspiration to keep teaching and to do what I love.”


      Vikasa Yoga Retreat on Koh Samui, Thailand is a boutique yoga resort and organic restaurant. Vikasa offers an inspiring yoga environment created by Konstantin Miachin. Experience the Vikasa lifestyle and feel the transformation to your daily life.


      It’s Yoga 100hrs Rocket Yoga Vinyasa course fees:

      In order to ensure the quality of the program and personalized guidance for each student, the training is limited to 18 students.

      The price includes:
      • 10 days training tuition $1200
      • Package price ( shared room & meal plan incl.) $1800
      • Early bird Package price (sign up before 31/04/13) $1500

      Accommodation options:

      Registration and payment via It’s Yoga:
      Students can secure a space in the training by paying a $500 deposit. The balance due should be paid 1 month before the beginning of the course. Students pay Telegraphic Transfer (TT or Wire Transfer) or by PayPal.
      For more information about the course, visit It’s Yoga here.
      Please email It’s Yoga  for additional details.
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