HAPPY JACK YOGA
Krishna & Christ
25 HOUR YOGA ALLIANCE CERTIFICATION
Take this training at your own pace.
How to apply the learnings from the Krishna and Christ course
You'll graduate this certification with the confidence and wisdom to authentically practice bhakti yoga, and deepen your appreciation for how the teachings of Bhagavad Gita align with the teachings of Christianity
This is for you if you're a yogi who wants to:
Learn and integrate the teachings of these two great yogis, and upgrade your yogic lifestyle
Gain confidence and knowledge in the great yogi, Krishna, so that you feel comfortable chanting mantras and practicing bhakti yoga, if you feel called to
Understand how the yogic teachings of the Bhagavad Gita fit within the beliefs of Christianity to discern which practices are appropriate for you and/or your students
A TYPICAL WEEK
This course has no deadline, you can complete the course material at your own pace
Pre-Recorded Live Calls
(1 hour per day)
After Jan 21st, 2024, the training is no longer live but you can access the training as a Self Study and can watch the call recordings at your leisure.
(approx. 1 hour per day)
You'll complete five modules in the course training platform at your own pace.
Self Study & Practice
(approx. 1 hour a day)
Spend time catching up on your course reading materials and journaling about your experience.
We've designed this training experience such that even people who may be working full time can still participate and complete the online training modules at their own pace.
You'll have access to this training curriculum for as long as you remain an active member or if you purchased the course only option.
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WE'RE COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS. IF AFTER THE FIRST 7 DAYS YOU DON'T LOVE YOUR EXPERIENCE, WE'LL REFUND YOUR INVESTMENT. NO QUESTIONS ASKED.
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Jack Boken, E-RYT 500 (Lead Facilitator)
Jack Boken - Lead Facilitator of this program
Master of Divinity Candidate, Harvard Divinity School
Founder and CEO, Happy Jack Yoga
Happy Jack is the Founder + CEO of Happy Jack Yoga; a lifestyle, a transformational process and a revolutionary system of yoga. Happy Jack is no stranger to adversity having overcome alcoholism, drug abuse, obesity, divorce and cancer. He is grateful for each of these life experiences as they allow him to connect with others who have faced challenging life situations. Since cleaning up his lifestyle, getting clear on his vision and pursuing his passions, the Happy Jack Yoga Team has been leading transformational yoga retreats and trainings around the world.
Happy Jack has received the highest levels of education in Yoga, Human Performance, Vocal Expression, Spirituality, Mindfulness and Leadership. He has completed advanced studies with many renowned teachers around the world, including his Platinum Partner & mentor, Tony Robbins.
Any experience with Happy Jack will inspire you to be the greatest version of yourself. His massive transformative purpose is to fulfill the world's right to happiness, health and meaningful connection. Journey into profound self inquiry, deep connection, powerful vinyasa and a musical experience that will open you up to new possibilities on your mat and in your life!
Radheshyam das -Guest Speaker
an IIT Mumbai Topper
After working with CECRI as a Senior Research Fellow and as a Mechanical Engineer at THERMAX and MATHER & PLATT companies for a few years, he took up role of Celibate monk, Youth trainer and mentor and Corporate Advisor
Senior Leadership Roles in Community development
President of ISKCON, Pune since 1997 leading a Community of 6000 members.
He is one of the four Presidential board members of ISKCON Abids, Hyderabad Temple
Recently GBC Nominations committee chose five GDOs (Global Duty Officers) for the global initiatives of ISKCON from year 2019 and he is appointed as one of the GDOs for Training youths from/in the West; he visits USA every year for 3 months to following places: Boston, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Connecticut, Baltimore, Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Jose, Seattle, Los Angeles etc.
He also is awarded the RSA (Regional Secretary Assistant) to GBC for the following areas : Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Satara, Ahmednagar and Pune.
Contribution to Youth and Corporates
Founding Director and President of VOICE (Vedic Oasis for Inspiration Culture and Education), a Youth wing of ISKCON which offers Systematic Courses and Training modules for training College and Company youths in SQ based leadership.
Youth Trainer for last 25 years in all leading IITs, NITs and several other engineering Colleges of India and abroad. These trained youth are now great assets to the society offering youth welfare services in Pune, Kolkata, Kanpur, Varanasi, Juhu, Thane, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Dharwad, Belgaum, Mysore and other places.
Designer of DISCOVER YOUR SELF book with internationally acclaimed PowerPoint show,
Compiler of Youth books like `Stress to Smile’ and five volumes Essence of Gita
Global Excellence Award winner for educating Youth in Bhagavad Gita & Jiva Goswami Award winner for Innovative youth outreach
Corporate Seminar Presenter at Bank of America, INFOSYS, Deutsch Bank, Cognizant, Persistent etc presented Seminars at MIT Boston, University of Texas A & M, Stanford University, Cornell University and University of Washington etc.
Visit Boston to reach out to youth in North Eastern Uty, Boston Uty, MIT and Harward Uty
Radheshyam das, born in a town close to Madurai, Tamil Nadu South India in a devout brahman family where he got exposure to Vedic chants of Brahmans regularly visiting homes for religious events, which fascinated him the most in his childhood. His father was Professor and Head of dept of English who inspired him regularly with books of English authors like Shakespeare, Henry David Thoreau and Charles Dickens as well as philosophical books like Bhagavad Gita and Mahabharata.
View His Grace Radheshyam Prabhu Full Bio Here.
Francis X Clooney -Guest Speaker
Professor of Comparative Theology
Catholic Theological Society of America President-Elect (2021-22)
His primary areas of Indological scholarship are theological commentarial writings in the Sanskrit and Tamil traditions of Hindu India. He is also a leading figure globally in the developing field of comparative theology, a discipline distinguished by attentiveness to the dynamics of theological learning deepened through the study of traditions other than one’s own. He has also written on the Jesuit missionary tradition, particularly in India, on the early Jesuit pan-Asian discourse on reincarnation, and on the dynamics of dialogue and interreligious learning in the contemporary world.
Clooney is the author of numerous articles and books, including Thinking Ritually: Retrieving the Purva Mimamsa of Jaimini (Vienna, 1990), Theology after Vedanta: An Experiment in Comparative Theology (State University of New York Press, 1993), Beyond Compare: St. Francis de Sales and Sri Vedanta Desika on Loving Surrender to God (Georgetown University Press, 2008), The Truth, the Way, the Life: Christian Commentary on the Three Holy Mantras of the Shrivaisnava Hindus (Peeters Publishing, 2008), Comparative Theology: Deep Learning across Religious Borders (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), and His Hiding Place Is Darkness: A Hindu-Catholic Theopoetics of Divine Absence (Stanford University Press, 2013). His translation of the Hindu theologian Ramanuja’s Manual of Daily Worship (Nityagrantham) appeared in the International Journal of Hindu Studies in 2020.
Recent books include Reading the Hindu and Christian Classics: Why and How It Matters (University of Virgina Press, 2019), Western Jesuit Scholars in India: Tracing Their Paths, Reassessing Their Goals (Brill, 2020), and most recently, St. Joseph in South India: Poetry, Mission and Theology in Costanzo Gioseffo Beschi's Tempavani (Vienna, 2022). He is currently finishing a memoir, Priest and Scholar, Catholic and Hindu: A Love Story.
In July 2010 he was elected a Fellow of the British Academy and has served as a Professorial Research Fellow at the Australian Catholic University. His most recent honorary doctorate was awarded in November 2019 by Regis College, University of Toronto. During 2022-23 he was the President of the Catholic Theological Society of America.
He is a Roman Catholic priest and has been a member of the Society of Jesus for 55 years. He serves regularly in a Catholic parish on weekends. From 2007 to 2016 he blogged regularly in the “In All Things” section of America magazine online; his current blog is The Inner Edge, which includes a series of 62 online homilies written during the year of church closures during the pandemic, available at this website.