200 Hour Yoga Teacher TrainingMay 20, 2020 2020-05-23 21:09
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Our 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Class creates a solid foundation to your own Yoga practice and gives you permission to teach the gift of Yoga worldwide. So whether you intend to teach in the future or whether you want to deepen your own practice, our course will give you the skills and the knowledge of the ancient practice of Yoga.
All our courses are designed to give you wholistic perspectives such as development of body and mind along with spiritual development, oneness of self and universe.
In our 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training course, we will focus on the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series together with the study and practice of pranayama, meditation, action and alignment as well as adjustment workshop. Our training approach is to not only make you understand and practice Yoga but also to be a competent instructor to teach others.
We’re happy to see you joining our course!
What you will learn
Good to know
Our programme is suitable both for beginners who want to learn about Yoga and for practicioners who aspire to become a Yoga teacher. There are no restrictions based on age, education, religion, gender, country or previous experiences. You don’t need to be especially strong or flexible, this will come with practice.
On top of the 200 hours yoga teacher training course, you will get: accomodation, food, tea, cleansing process materials, coursebooks, one day sightseeing activity, a yoga t-shirt, a rudraksha mala and a Yoga Alliance International Registered certificate by the end of the course.
We have Yoga mats available in our schools, however we always recommend bringing your own Yoga mat for hygienic reasons. Please also consider checking the weather reports for the season and location you intend to book and bring suitable clothing. We also recommend bringing a notebook and pens for classes as well as a refillable water bottle.
Our courses will be held in english, however one doesn’t need to be an advanced english speaker. Yoga connects through spirit and emotions and all exercises will be shown in a practical way.
Sundays will be without classes and you will have some hours of free time during the day. However, we recommend to use your free time during the course for self-study and rest. If you’re interested in activities in the area, we recommend to do these before or after the Yoga Teacher Training course.
At Maharishi Yoga Peeth, we want to ensure best quality teaching for you. Therefore our classes are not bigger than 15 students for 200 hour yoga course, 10 student for 300 hour yoga course and 5 students for 500 hour course.
Usually, international travel regulations ask for a visa to travel to India, meanwhile regulations in Bali are slightly more relaxed. Please check your own authorities to make sure you get up to date information. Make sure your visa ensures enough time to complete the course.
The completion of the course will be rewarded with an internationally accepted certificate which means you can work as a Yoga teacher worldwide. Whether you directly want to start teaching or work on your own self-practice first is your own decision.
|2 - 28 Aug 2021||Rishikesh||1.499$|
|2 - 28 Oct 2020||Bali||1.699$|
No matter whether you're a beginner or whether you've already had some experiences on the mat - we teach you proper alignment of asanas in a methodical and precise way.
- What is Hatha yoga?
- Surya Namaskar with mantra awareness
- Sukshma Vyama ( joints and glands exercise)
- Standing series of asana
- Kneeling series of asana
- Sitting series of asana
- Lying on stomach series of Asana
- Supine series of asana
- Inversion series of asana
- Asana benefits and its contra-indications
- Offering safe adjustments and assisting
- Benefits, risks, and modifications for all practices
- Learning to structure and teach classes and journeys in different ways to teach
- Pavan mukta asana series
List of Hatha Yoga Asanas
- Parshvava Chakrasana – Sidebending Pose
- Ardhmatsyendrasan – Half Fish Lord Pose
- Tadasan A & B – Palm Tree Pose A & B
- Shirshasan – Head Stand Pose
- Vrikshasan – Tree Pose
- Ardha Chandrasan – Half Moon Pose
- Utkatasan – Chair Pose
- Majariasana – Cat and Cow Pose
- Trikonasan – Triangle Pose
- Uthitha Parsvakonasan – Extended Side Angle
- Padahastasan – Hands to Feet Pose
- Parshvaottanasana – Intense Side Stretch
- Garudhasan – Eagle Pose
- Halasana – Plow Pose
- Natarajasan – Shiva Dancing Pose
- Chakrasana – Wheel Pose
- Shirsha Padangushthasan – Head to Big Toe Pose
- Karnpidhasan – Knee to Ear
- Parivatrita Trikonasan – Reverse Triangle Pose
- Crocodile Practices (4 Variations)
- Uttanpadasan – Raising Feet Pose
- Yoga Mudra B
- Ardha Pavanmuktasan – Half Gas Release Pose
- Gomukhasana – Cow Face Pose
- Pavanmuktasan – Gas Release Pose
- Poorna Matsyendrasana – Foll Fish Lord Pose
- Viprit Karani
- Mayurasana – Peacock
- Kandhrasan – Shoolder Pose
- Kukkutasana – Rooster Pose
- Setubandhasan – Bridge Pose
- Uttana Kurmasana – Raising Tortoise Pose
- Matsyasan A – Fish Pose A
- Padma – Bakasana – Lotus Crane Pose
- Naukasan – Boat Pose
- Baddha -padmasana – Bound Lotus Pose
- Sarvangasan – Shoolder Stand
- Akarnadhanurasana – Archer Pose
- Matsyasan B – Fish Pose B
- Ugrasana – Ferocious Pose
- Salabhasan – Locust Pose
- Parvatasana – Mountain Pose
- Viprit Naukasan – Inverted Boat Pose
- Tolangolasana – Scale Pose
- Bhujangasan – Cobra Pose
- Virasana – Hero Pose
- Dhanurasan – Bow Pose
- Sankatasana – Comtracted Pose
- Vakrasan – Twisting Pose
- Garbhasana – Womb Pose
- Janushirasan – Nose to Knee Pose
- Bhadrasana – Gracious Pose
- Vajrasan – Strong/Thunderbolt Pose
- Kapotasana – Pigeon Pose
- Mandukasan – Frog Pose
- Ekpadaskandhasna – Foot Behind the Head Pose
- Uttan Mandukasan – Raising Frog Pose
- Vatayanasana – Horse Pose
- Supta Mandukasan – Sleeping Frog Pose
- Padmasana – Lotus Pose
- Ushtrasan – Camel Pose
- Siddhasana – Accomplished Pose
- Yoga Mudra A
- Swastikasana – Prosperous Pose
- Vadha Gomukhasan – Bound Cow Face Pose
- Shavasana – Corpse Pose
- Supta Vajrasan – Sleeping Thunderbolt Pose
- Makarasana – Crocodile Pose
- Paschimottasan – Seated Forward Bend
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Primary Series
- Primary Series
- What is Vinyasa?
- Drishti in Ashtanga series
- Importance of Ujjai and Bandha in series
- Practice Teaching to individuals and to small groups
- Observing, giving and receiving feedback.
- Teaching a full class
- Learn the art of mirroring in class
- Proper ways of voice projection in class
- Hands on adjustment
- Astanga vinyasa karma
Science Pranayama and its effect
Pranayama can be translated as ‚control of breath‘. We’re going to teach you different breathing exercises and their effect on your body and mind.
Art Yoga Philosophy
Learn about the rich philosophical background of Yoga and in which ways the essence of this holistic life-view can be integrated into modern lifestyle.
- Yogic concept and history of understanding all ancient paths of yoga
- What is Darshanam?
- What is Yoga?
- Study art of Yoga Sutras
- The five kosha (bodies)
- What is Self-Realization & Liberation? Why?
- What is consciousness?
- The four faculties of mind
- Five Stages of Mind
- The four foundational Pillars of life
- Eight limbs of Yoga of Patanjali
- What is waking state in Yogic Science?
- What is dreaming state in Yogic Science?
- What is Deep sleep state in Yogic Science?
- What is the subtle bodies Introduction to Indian Philosophy
- Concept of Panch Vritti & Panch Klesha
- Concept of Yoga according to Patanjali
- Kriya Yoga- A way to overcome inborn afflictions
- Concept of God in Yoga Philosophy
- Ashtanga Yoga- A methodology to overcome suffering
- Yamas & Niyamas: Foundation of Yogic Practices
- Introduction to Samkya Philosophy
The science of Yogic Anatomy
- What is Yogic Anatomy and physiology?
- Introduction of the respiratory system and yogic breathing
- How shat kriya practices give benefits on a body?
- How Pranayama practices give connection to a digestive and immune system?
- How asana practices give various effects on joints}, spine and muscolar system?
- The structure of the spine and its movement in yoga
- Types of contraction in the muscular system
- Know the basic studies and types of joints to avoid injury during Asana classes
- Studies and discussion about spine according to a yogic point of view
- Eastern and western anatomy
- relation between asana and yogic anatomy
- the master key of alignments and modification according people.
- Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
- Respiratory System
- Structure and Function of Brain
- Cardiovascolar System
- Digestive System
- skeletal System
Learn how to build concentration and focus in your daily practice by practicing meditation. We will show you a range of various meditation techniques.
Adjustment & Alignment Class - Level 1