200 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training
200 Hrs Hatha & Ashtanga
Yoga Teacher Training in Goa
Are you prepared to take your Yoga practice to a deeper, more meaningful level and to teach others how
to receive the wonderful benefits of Hatha & Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training?
The traditional way of teaching Yoga by highly experienced and most influential spiritual masters and teachers. The Yog Nisarga’s 25 Days 200-Hour Residential Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Program will deepen and build your practice and help you embark on an informational journey toward becoming a Yoga teacher. The teacher training’s designed for intermediate students, and longtime practitioner’s who aspires to become teachers. It is recognised by Yoga Alliance USA and comprises four areas of study: the theory and practice of yoga, anatomy and physiology, yoga philosophy, and the art of teaching.
Our aim to provide the correct knowledge and understanding of Yoga to students from different countries, backgrounds and cultures, the program is friendly and adaptable. You will be guided and supported through the entire course, and by the end of it, you will be qualified to start teaching Yoga classes with safety and confidence. After completion of the training, our students are awarded the (RYT) certificate of the teacher training course. This certificate is valid worldwide. You can find a job overseas, in your home town or even start your own teaching school. Working in this area gives a total fulfillment and soon you will discover that teaching Yoga is a wonderful way to serve and contribute to your community the people.
The certificate you receive upon graduating from the 200-Hour Hatha & Ashtanga Vinyasa FlowYoga Teacher Training comes with a lifelong connection with us – our aim is to send home graduates who represent the true spirit and best traditions of Yoga. We dedicate ourselves wholeheartedly, both in class and outside the Yoga hall, to help you grow as a person, as a professional, and to discover your highest potential.And we expect the same dedication from our students. To become a qualified Yoga teacher one needs to respect the ancient Yoga traditions and approach the learning process sincerely with an open heart and mind. We encourage you to ask questions, experiment, be creative, deepen your practice, and never stop learning.
Suryanamskar and Asanas
Pavanmuktanasana and warm-up techniques, Suryanamaskar of Hatha and Ashtanga. Safety provisions and injury prevention, variation and awareness in Asana practice and teaching. Usage of props, wall support, partner support with Alignment and adjustments.
Alignment and modification of poses
We discuss BKS Iyengar style of precision alignment and the use of props to adapt to every body types/problems and form of each pose and how to teach it. We will also show you how to modify the poses for students with injuries, lack of flexibility or strength.
Standing asanas and hand balancing asanas
Students will learn to balance standing poses, and also learn to find equilibrium and centre. And slowly they'll get the knack on how to avoid injury in the shoulders and wrists caused by limited strength, poor alignment. They will learn to know to identify key points within the poses to distribute the weight correctly.
Pranayama, Mudra’s and Bandhas
Pranayamas are breathing exercises which are practised to calm the mind, bring in more prana to our whole body, and balance Yin and Yang energy. Mudras are subtle physical gestures which alter mood, attitude and perception. Practising mudras deepen awareness, concentration and healing. Bandha means the lock. In Yoga, Jalandhar, uddiyana and Mula Bandha are practised to awaken the Kundalini energy.
Shatkriyas practice and theory
Shatkarmas are cleansing practices, also known as “kriyas”. They are to purify the physical body.
Yoga is vast, and it is incomplete without Yoga Philosophy. It is important to understand What is Yoga; it's origin and tradition. What is Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga and various contemporary Yoga styles Yoga sutra’s of Patanjali and eight paths of Yoga Yama, Niyam, Asan, Pranayam, Pratyahar, Dharna, Dhyan and Samadhi
Ethics for Yoga Teachers
We not only learn theory traditional Yogic ethical principals but we also imbibe the teachings of Yog-Sutras in our day-to-day life. The practice of Yoga can simultaneously heal and harm. Therefore, a Yoga Teacher carries a great deal of responsibility.
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Understanding different body systems, such as the skeletal, respiratory, digestive, reproductive, nervous, lymph, urinary, endocrine systems. We also learn about seven Chakras which are located at different points on the body.
Ayurveda and Yogic diet
According to Ayurveda, there are three “doshas” or energy patterns (Vatta, Pita and Kapha) in the body that need to be kept in proper balance to maintain good health. Our food is influenced by the literature of Ayurveda & Yoga, which have sattva quality (guna). On the path of Yoga, diet is crucial. Food can affect body, mind, emotions and overall well-being.
Pronouncing names in Sanskrit
We learn to pronounce Yogic terminology in Sanskrit. Often for the students, it becomes too heavy to be bombarded by Sanskrit terms during the class. We also learn the knack of when to use the words and when to stop using the terms and get back to the normal flow.
Practising Meditation and Yognidra
Being in the moment is the challenge. We learn the art of Meditation through active meditations and Yog Nidra. Both helps us to get back in the moment. We also learn how to practice Awareness in day-to-day life.
Yoga for Kids
Theory and practice of Kids Yoga in a fun and playful way.
Basic Prenatal Yoga
Introductory class of Prenatal Yoga helps to be aware of the changes in the body of a pregnant woman and how holistic Yoga can assist them.
Yoga as a Business
We help you to register yourself as Yoga Alliance Teacher. We go through every aspect of how to market yourself as a successful Yoga Teacher including applying for work and building up private classes. Also How to launch your own Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Courses!
Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course Includes
Yogic 3 Meals (Except Sun)
Only Airport Pickup
Sample Daily ScheduleOur program includes various theoretical topics and practical lessons. A schedule will be provided weekly. Here is a sample schedule
8:40 am to 10:00 am Breakfast
10:00 am to 11:30 am Anatomy / Physiology
11:30 am to 1:00 pm Yoga Philosophy/Meditation
01:00 pm to 2:50 pm Lunch
2:30 pm to 3:50 pm Alignment/Theory classes
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Hatha Yoga /Hip Opening/Jump Back/Back bending
7:30 pm to 08:30 pm Dinner (The class ends on Saturday after 10:00am.
Please note that there are no Yoga classes on Sunday.)
This is a sample schedule – subjects will be change every week. When you arrive, you will be given a current schedule for the coming week.