Teacher Training

200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course

Being a Yoga Teacher is rewarding. You have a chance to help people and deepen your own practice, all at the same time. It also can offer you a flexible part or full time career. So if you have ever wanted to teach Yoga, now may be the time. Our teacher training program is registered with World Yoga Alliance and provides a globally recognised qualification. Course Director and Senior Teacher,Mr Raju, has 30+ years of national and international teaching experience. Our course syllabus is comprehensive with a strong traditional focus on the yogic principles of Asana, Pranayama, Kriya, Bandha, Meditation and Philosophy, practical teaching skills, class sequencing and working with students with different levels of ability. Small groups allow for individual attention and mentoring.

What will teacher training benefits you:

  • Possess the knowledge to teach group classes, workshops or private sessions in a range of settings.
  • Be qualified to teach yoga and will receive a letter of completion and certificate evidencing your training at the 200 Hour level from our studio.
  • Deepen and strengthen their practice and understanding of yoga.
  • Gain in-depth understanding of the postures and how to teach them.
  • Receive individual attention.
  • Learn how to structure and create cohesive, well-rounded classes.
  • Practice teaching and adjusting.
  • Learn about the various styles of yoga and its history.
  • Acquire an understanding of yoga philosophy, anatomy and physiology.
  • Build relationships with world class yoga teachers.
  • Have the confidence and tools to begin teaching yoga.
  • Develop a greater understanding of meditation.

Our teacher training program follow this curriculum:

Course Detail

Explanation

Hours

Anatomy and Physiology Study of the anatomy and functional physiology of bodily systems. 30
Yogic Physiology Study of subtle yogic physiology and energy fields, such as: nadis, koshas, chakras, gunas, etc. (study of Ayurveda not counted) 5
Philosophy, Ethics and Lifestyle Study of the yogic philosophies and yoga educational texts, ethics for yoga teachers, yoga lifestyle. 30
Techniques Theory and practice of yoga techniques in traditional areas of yoga study. Yoga techniques such as asana, pranayama, meditation, bandha, mudras, kriyas, shatkarma, relaxation, chanting, and other traditional yoga techniques. Substantial emphasis must be given to both the theory and guided practice of, in a dedicated teacher training environment. 100
Teaching Methodology Study and practice of teaching methodologies such as: principles of demonstration, observation, communication, assistance, correction, adjustments, instruction, teaching styles, learning styles, etc. 30
Integrative Practice and Teaching (Practicum) Supervised teaching practice, observation of teaching, assistance in classes taught by qualified teacher, receiving and giving feedback. 10
Total hours 205