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Our yoga teacher training program is based in both the traditional Ashtanga Primary Series and creative Vinyasa flow. We start off the training program with the Primary series to build a strong foundation, establish proper alignment and breath work within each posture. Read more about the roots of Ashtanga yoga.
With a strong technical foundation, you will then experiment with Vinyasa yoga, embracing your inner flow and creativity. To balance the masculine energies of the Yang practices, we will also dive into the meditative practice of Yin Yoga.
Daily lectures will include topics like functional anatomy, yoga philosophy, subtle energies, chakras, meditation, pranayama,mantras and more.
By the end of the yoga course, you will be able to confidently teach a modified Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga class suitable for all levels and offer modifications for students with injuries or physical limitations.
Our goals are to:
✔ Offer inspiring, education, and authentic yoga teachings to you no matter what your level of practice is at.
✔Encourage you to deepen your love for yoga, offer you the skills confidence to teach yoga safely to your own students.
✔ Build a positive learning environment in which you and all other like-minded teacher trainees will thrive in, creating long-lasting friendships.
✔ Welcome you to our international tribe where you and your fellow graduates will continue to grow and inspire each other for years to come.
We look forward to becoming an integral part of your yoga journey.
✔ An expansive outlook of life with positivity and light.
✔ Authentic yoga knowledge in yoga posture, alignment, history, and anatomy.
✔ An established inner teaching voice to share your wisdom with many others.
✔ Mindfulness practice to embrace the present moment.
✔ A confident voice to lead and inspire others to lead a more spiritual way of living.
✔ Lasting friendships with like-minded souls from all over the world.
✔ The experience of living in nature in beautiful Bali or Thailand.
✔ A career that you’ll love with the ability to teach globally.
Your typical training day starts with yoga and meditation practice in the morning followed by brunch. The afternoon consists of lectures, afternoon practice, and group teaching. Your class lecture will change from week to week with different topics including functional anatomy, yoga philosophy, history of yoga and Hinduism, and class sequencing.
You will also learn how to do practical hands-on assisting, key postural alignment, properly use yoga props, and learn an ethical approach to the business of yoga. We will explore the ethical topics of yoga teaching, practical business marketing skills, pricing, and how to build your online presence.
The pivotal component of the course lies in practicing different styles of yoga. From the traditionalPrimary series to Vinyasa, Yin, and Rocket yoga you will gain an appreciation for the many different forms of yoga in the modern world, discovering their uniqueness and purposes.
Day 10 of the Yoga Teacher Training is when you transition to your self-practice. This is calledstyle where you and your fellow trainees will practice in the same room but on your own. During Mysore, the teacher will work on a one-on-one basis, providing you personal feedback and guidance to improve your practice and go deeper in your body.. We consider this style of practice the Heart of Yoga.
Upon graduating, you will be able to draw from your own experience and wisdom offering yoga teachings to your future students.
Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga is the physical yoga practice descended from the Ashtanga Yoga lineage, an ancient philosophy of yoga over 5,000 years old. Ashtanga, meaning ‘eight limbs’, is a spiritual discipline that follows an eight-stage cultivation process, of which the yoga postures, known as ‘asanas’, are part.
Our 200hr teacher training focuses on the core book The Yoga Sutras by Patanjali, a compilation of ancient scriptures where Ashtanga Yoga was first delineated. Considered one of the foundations of classical yoga philosophy, The Yoga Sutras are the basis of many yoga and meditation practices today. While it is recommended you are familiar with main principles of The Yoga Sutras before your training, it is not compulsory, as classes will go into in-depth analysis.
Ashtanga Vinyasa is a physical practice of yoga, developed originally in Mysore India by the late Pattabhi Jois. The system of practice is defined by the connection of breath with movement in a flowing sequence. Asanas are performed in a specific order, whereby each pose prepares the body for the next.
Through regular practice, benefits include increased strength and flexibility while encouraging discipline and a focussed mind. A practice as much of the mind as it is of the body; Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga is ultimately a moving meditation.
The Ashtanga Vinyasa system has 6 series. In our 200hr teacher training we focus on the Primary Series, teaching a modified one-hour version that takes you through key postures. Classes are energetic and fast-paced, combining sun salutations, a series of standing poses, set inversions and seated poses, all linked by a Vinyasa sequence. As classes are dynamic and at times challenging, we recommend a strong prior yoga practice of at least four to six months. Read more about our course prerequisites.
During the training, you will learn and practice Mysore yoga. This Ashtanga-style of yoga is self-led, meaning students will practice on their own, at their own pace. Mysore yoga is highly meditative; the self-led style allows for inward focus and heightened awareness of breath and individual movement. At the end of the training, you also have your own memorised practice that you can use as a basis to recreate and teach wherever you go.
|YOGA TEACHING||TOPICS DETAILS|
|Yoga at the Source|
|Ashtanga Vinyasa System|
|Starting To Fly|
|Kriyas, Pranayama & Meditation|
|The Art of Teaching & Becoming a Great Teacher|
Experience personal transformation during your yoga training in Amazing Thailand. Our Koh Phangan course is located on a beautiful beachfront with clear turquoise waters. The accommodation and quiet hilltop setting is simple and free of distractions. It’s a wonderful place to tune into your practice and take a break from the hectic pace of modern life while experiencing the profound Thai culture.
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There’s no need to be able to perform any specific yoga poses like putting your feet behind your head or having a perfect handstand! To join a yoga teachers training, we are looking for emotionally mature, dedicated practitioners who are committed to learning with an open mind. It’s required that you maintain a personal practice. We ask that before attending, you have had a minimum of 3 months of consistent yoga practice with dynamic styles such as Ashtanga or vinyasa flow.
After completing the yoga teachers training course, you will be certified to register with the Yoga Alliance as a RYT 200 yoga teacher. The Yoga Alliance is the most well-known organization to register your status as a professional yoga teacher and start your yoga career.
Many of our yoga students simply want to gain a solid foundation and deepen their practice, study yoga philosophy / tradition, form healthy lifestyle habits and meet a loving community of like-minded yogis!
It is entirely your choice, whether or not you decide to become a yoga instructor. But along the way, you might discover your yoga teaching voice and get exited to share the love of the yoga practice and the yoga benefits. You will have all the tools to do so.
Reserve your placement by sending a 650 USD deposit via our Payment Gateway.
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