200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training
Yogic Concepts and its partner schools in Thailand, India, and China organising Yoga teacher trainings in exotic places. These are the places to learn, relax and rejuvenate your senses and recharge your batteries with fabulous sceneries and leisure wandering while learning Yoga.
For the practitioners and students of all levels who are looking to deepen their practices, learn the art of teaching with adjustment, and experience the ancient science of Yoga. Teacher training courses include the study and practice of various styles such as Hatha/Ashtanga/Vinyasa creative series, Pranayama, Yoga Nidra, Meditation, Kriyas, Anatomy & Physiology, Alignment and Adjustment Workshops. Our Teacher Training course will enable you with all the tools and confidence you need to become a successful yoga teacher and will help you on your personal yoga journey.
This course is designed to all levels of practitioners. We will ensure the proper and step-by-step learning with a strong foundation upon which you build your teaching and personal practice. Even if you are a beginner and want to take challenge and work harder while maintaining respect for the limitations of your body, you are welcome to join this Yoga Teacher Training course.
Course Syllabus (200 Hours)
100 Hours Techniques, training and teaching practice:
Asanas, Pranayamas, Kriyas, Mantra Chanting, Meditation and other traditional Yoga techniques.
Analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques.
Guided practice of the techniques.
25 Hours Teaching methodology:
Learn about communication skills such as group dynamics, time management, establishment of priorities and limitation.
Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting to students.
Qualities of a teacher
20 Hours Anatomy & Physiology of Yoga:
To learn about human anatomy and physiology (systems, organs, etc.)
May also include energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, Nadis, etc.).
Includes both the study of anatomy and physiology along with its application to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.)
30 Hours of Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers:
The study of Yoga Philosophy and traditional texts
Yoga lifestyle, such as the precept of non-violence (ahimsa), and the concepts of dharma and karma.
Ethics for yoga teachers, teacher – student relationships and community relationship.
Understanding the value of teaching yoga as a service and giving service to others (seva)
25 Hours of teaching practice:
Practice teaching as a lead instructor (does not include assisting, observing or giving feedback)
Receiving and giving feedback
Observing others teaching
Assisting students while someone else is teaching
Other add on in 200 Hrs YTTC course:
Advance asana practice: Back bending, Arm Balance, Core practice, etc.
Yoga for therapeutic use.
Naturopathy and basic Ayurveda.
Learn how to be confident in Yoga Class Management.
Outside studio practice.
Teaching practice in Yoga Ananda studio in English with hands-on adjustments.
Seats: Limited to 15 Students only.
Language: English (Translation will be available depending on location)
Certificate: You will get certificate from respected schools which are accredited by "Yoga Alliance USA"
For more information about Fee, booking, availability and more....
4th August to 4th September 2018
Yoga Ananda Chiang Mai
14th January to 7th February 2019
Yoga Ananda Chiang Mai
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