What We Cover
Five main areas are explored during our 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training. and these are described below. Upon successful completion, you’ll be an accredited Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and equipped to teach yoga internationally.
- Asana – Learning to modify and understand poses
- Pranayama – Breathing techniques
- Bandhas – Body locks
- Kriyas – Yogic cleansing practices
- Sanskrit – Practical learning of Sanskrit terms
- Mantras and Chanting
- Meditation and Yoga Nidra
- Principles of demonstration
- How to give hands-on Assists
- Ethics of teaching
- Qualities of an inspirational yoga teacher
- The Art of Sequencing
- Sequencing for a Gentle Hatha Yoga Class
- Sequencing for a Vinyasa Flow Class
- Functional Anatomy and Physiology
- Functional Movement and Movement Patterns
- The benefits of postures
- Contraindications of postures for injuries and modifications of postures for different body types.
- The Subtle Body, including the Koshas, Chakras, Nadis and Prana Vayus
- The history of yoga
- Study and review the classical texts – The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita
- Learning the ancient language of Sanskrit
- Modern applications of a yogic lifestyle
- Ethics for a yoga teacher
- Understanding the teacher/student relationship
- Ayurveda lifestyle and principles
- Life planning and journalling (creating the life you want through yoga)
- Teaching skills and practice
- Working on your voice
- Performance coaching
- Learning through observation
What Makes it Special
We’ve trained 700+ brilliant yoga teachers over the last 14 years. We’re proud of being a world-class training school, setting global standards for Yoga Teacher Training.
Each of your 4 tutors is an expert in their field – you’ll receive specialised and individual attention. You’ll be qualified and equipped to teach worldwide.
Mentoring sessions can be provided after your 200-hour training to help you with the nuances of carving a career as a yogateacher.