200 Hrs yoga teacher training in Goa
This 200 hrs Yoga teacher training provides a solid foundation to teach yoga, inspire others and deepen your own personal practice.
What are we teaching?
The focus of this training is to provide students with applied knowledge of anatomy, alignment and assists with a deep focus on yoga philosophy.
How will it help you ?
This course will help you to bring out your creativity, to find your voice and to give you the confidence to teach, educate and inspire students from a powerful yoga foundation.
Whom this is for ?
This training is appropriate for the serious student who would like to start teaching yoga, as well as the student who would like to deepen their own knowledge & personal practice.
What will you get doing the training ?
You will come away with a deeper understanding of the physical and spiritual side of yoga that combines together to create an exceptional yoga teacher.
Who all can do it ?
Our courses are designed for all who want to learn and pursue yoga and is accessible for all yoga enthusiast from Homemakers, working professionals, artists, dancers of all ages, even if it’s just for your own understanding or making it your personal practice not necessarily to become a yoga teacher
Curriculum for 200 hrs yoga teacher training in goa
This is a Multi-Style yoga teacher training course, open to all levels, our 200hr yoga teacher training course includes the breakdown study and practices of
Anatomy and physiology
Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series (Mysore style) (Introduction)
Yin yoga (Introduction)
Pranayama & Meditation
Chakras & Mudras
Alignment and Adjustment
Art of teaching
Lifestyle and ethics
Meaning of yoga, upanishad concepts, history.
Ayurveda – The 5 great elements
The 3 Gunas
Pancha koshas – The 5 layers of the body
Four paths of yoga ( Jnana, Raja, Bhakti, Karma Yoga)
Nadis (energy channels),
Vedas and six systems of Indian philosophy.
Ashtanga yoga (Raja Yoga): Yoga sutras, aim of yoga, modification of mind, mental disposition, different levels of preparation, five afflictions of mind, Eight limbs of yoga, Kriya yoga, Samyama yoga
Obstacles on the path of yoga, physical and mental disturbances caused by an un-concentrated mind, means to overcome obstacles, methods to control the modifications of mind.
Life style and ethics for a yoga practitioner and teacher.
How yoga could be applied in our daily lives not just practicing yoga but applying it living life at its best more by being present
Includes both human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and energy anatomy and physiology (Chakras, Nadis, etc.).
Includes both the study of the subject and application of its principles to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc).
Practical anatomy with a major emphasis on muscular and skeletal structures and in depth study of anatomical and skeletal differences i.e. compression, tension, and proportion and orientation theory.
Introduction and different body systems.
Skeletal system, muscular system, connective tissue, nervous system, major joints of the body.
8 major joints of the body and its importance.
Breathing and respiratory system.
Hatha yoga is one of the ancient style of yoga through which all other styles have emerged, we will go through
Each posture key alignments
How to move into the posture and how to come out of it
When to breathe in and breathe out of it
Contra-indications benefits and also
How to sequence the postures
How to use props and to do adjustments in the postures
Learning Sanskrit names of postures to both expand your knowledge and enhance your professional skills
Vinyasa flow/Power Yoga
Vinyasa flow is most popular and dynamic style of yoga which involves moving from one posture to another in a flow which is great to work on different group of muscles
Principles of sequencing and teaching a Vinyasa Flow class.
Transition from posture to posture with breath
Sequence according to the need of the students or the class
How to instruct and demonstrate the flow
Introductions and history
The elements of Ashtanga yoga:
Vinyasa – breath-synchronized movement
Ujjayi Pranayama – victorious breathing
Bandhas – inner locks
Drishti – gaze points
Primary series – Sun salutations, standing series, seated series, finishing sequence.
Introduction to yin yoga
Why we do yin yoga
Theory of yin/yang
Practice techniques of 100 postures which includes standing postures, seated, back bending, core, inverted, arm balances and restorative will go through each posture of different group individually to have clear knowledge Modifications, other variations and advance variation of all postures.
Practical theory: Corrections, modifications and variations are taught with each posture to make your practice easy plus to offer variations when you teach.
Includes practice teaching, receiving feedback, observing others teaching, hearing and giving feedback. Also includes assisting students while someone else is teaching.
Students get to teach every day from day one. You will teach at least 15 – minutes everyday.
You may also teach at least one full open class during the course.
Regular feedback are given by teachers and fellow students about your teaching so that you can improve and find your unique voice and style as a teacher.
You will learn to give hands on adjustment.
Teaching methodology and technique
Principles of demonstration
Observing, assisting and correcting
Instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher
Voice Modulation, floor presence
Sequencing and structuring a class
Alignment and hands-on-adjustment
Dealing with injuries and safety precautions
Business aspects of teaching yoga
Pranayama (yogic breathing)
Introduction, its aspects, pranic body, different types of prana, types of breathing, anatomy of breathing, Yogic breathing.
Eight types of pranayama
Nadi-Shodhana (Alternate Nostril Breathing)
Sheetali & Sheethkari (Cooling Breath)
Bhramari (Humming Bee Breath)
Ujjayi (The Psychic or Victorious Breath)
Bhastrika (Bellows Breath)
Kapalbhati (Frontal Brain Cleansing Breath)
Suryabheda (Vitality Stimulating Breath)
Bandhas (Energy locks)
Introduction on Bandhas
Jalandhara Bandha – Throat lock
Mula Bandha – Root lock
Uddiyana Bandha – Abdominal lock
Maha Bandha – The great lock
Kriya – Yogic cleansing techniques
Jala Neti Nasal cleansing.
Business aspect of yoga
Career as a teacher
Setting up your own studio, school or business
Marketing strategy, advertising and PR
Ethics in yoga business
Building network with other yoga teachers, schools , studios and retreats
Schedule for 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Goa, India 2021/2022
|Course Dates||Early Bird Discount Date||Admission Status|
|15 Sep 2021 to 09 Oct 2021||16 Aug 2021||Open / Apply|
|10 Oct 2021 to 03 Nov 2021||10 Sep 2021||Open / Apply|
|04 Nov 2021 to 28 Nov 2021||05 Oct 2021||Open / Apply|
|29 Nov 2021 to 23 Dec 2021||30 Oct 2021||Open / Apply|
|24 Dec 2021 to 17 Jan 2022||24 Nov 2021||Open / Apply|
|18 Jan 2022 to 11 Feb 2022||19 Dec 2021||Open / Apply|
|12 Feb 2022 to 08 Mar 2022||13 Jan 2022||Open / Apply|
|06 Apr 2022 to 30 Apr 2022||07 Mar 2022||Open / Apply|
Ruh YOGA DAILY SCHEDULE
Monday to Saturday
|06:30 AM – 08:30 AM||Vinyasa/Hatha/Pranayama, Mediation and Kriya Yoga|
|08:30 AM – 09:30 AM||Breakfast|
|10:00 AM – 11:15 AM||Yoga Philosophy|
|11:30 AM – 01:00 PM||Practical theory analysing different postures key Alignments Adjustments Teaching practice|
|01:00 PM – 03:30 PM||Lunch rest|
|03:30 PM – 04:25 PM||Anatomy and Physiology|
|04:45 PM – 06:15 PM||Vinyasa/Ashtanga/Yin|
|06:45 PM||Yoga Nidra/Chanting/Tratak|