200 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training in Goa & Thailand
The journey to become a Yoga Teacher starts with establishing a personal practice, a dedicated study of the ancient wisdom of YogaSutras, and applying their core principles in your life. Traditional way of teaching Yoga by high experienced and most influential spiritual masters and teachers. Yog Nisarga’s 200-Hour Residential Hatha & Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training Program will help you to build a strong foundation and to deepen your practice and help you embark on a informational journey toward becoming a Yoga teacher internationally. The course is officially recognized by Yoga Alliance USA and Yoga Alliance UK.
For twenty-five days you will be immersed in the theory and practice of Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, and the Art of Teaching. During the course you will have the opportunity to apply the new theoretical knowledge by teaching classes to your fellow students. Since our students come from all over the world, we have designed a cross-cultural friendly and adaptable program.
About Yog Nisarga
The word Yog has been taken from Sanskrit root word “ YUJ” which means “union” or “bringing together. Nisarga means nature. So, Yog Nisarga means union with nature. As we are surrounded by the nature around us, similarly we are also supported by the nature from inside. By reading or knowing the word ‘Yog Nisarga’ we remind ourselves to always stay together with the nature inside and outside.
The mission of Yog Nisarga is to guide students on a spiritual path that includes a healthier and happier life. We help our students to stay connected to their real selves while living in the hectic realities of modern world to establish a Yoga practice that suits their life-style and we show by example that the path of yoga never ends in a final destination but is an ongoing beautiful journey full of wonderful discoveries. We teach traditional Yoga as it is described in ancient Yog Sutras of Patanjali and we do so with a deep understanding of the changes that have taken place over the thousands of years since the sacred text was written.