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INTENSIVE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
200 Hour Hatha - Vinyasa Yoga
Samyak Yoga is an International Yoga School based in Mysore, India. Our Yoga Teacher Training Program are fulfilling the requirement of Yoga Alliance US and Yoga Alliance UK.
From the second day of the teacher training program each student is required to teach their Yoga Class under the supervision of the teachers. The intensity of the teaching will increase as they move on into the Teacher Training.
During the last week of the teacher training program students will be teaching their complete yoga class.
After the completion of the course students are eligible to become a Register Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) by registering with Yoga Alliance US and Yoga Alliance UK.
200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
Yoga Certification Course - Description
Before attending a Yoga Teacher Training Program it is mandatory to have a regular practice. Our Yoga Teacher Training courses are focused on intensive preparation of a Yoga Aspirant in an integral way to understand and experience the benefits of regular practice.
Therefore it is highly recommended to practice Yoga three to four times per week, up to six months prior the beginning of the Course.
There will be daily morning practice.
In between there will be theoretical sessions and Asana Clinic classes in which we will cover over 70 asanas with all benefits, limitations, variations and alignments.
During the Group Practice all Yoga Students will be teaching their Asana Class, the Group Practice starts on the second day of the program. At the end of the four intensive weeks all Yoga students will lead the morning practice to the all group.
It is important to understand and acknowledge that 200 Hour, 300 Hour or 1000 Hour are not enough to become a "Yoga Teacher". After a YTTC no one becomes a Yoga Teacher but an Asana Teacher. You will learn how to practice, adjust and teach Asana. Yoga is a discipline and Asana is one way of practicing Yoga.
Yoga is a lifetime experience, Asana will help to go toward the understanding of Yoga but it is a self journey and the experience will be different from one to another. Therefore it is very important to have a regular asana practice before attending any course.
Asana will help you to understand how to breath, the breathing is essential in our live as it is by the breathing that the prana flows. The breathing will calm the mind (Meditation), the practice of the Bandhas will guide to Dharana (Concentration), the regular practice will guide to Tapas (Discipline).
The physical body will be affected during an intensive course if it is not ready, because there will be daily pain in the body the mind will start thinking about right or wrong and then problems or disease will appear. As for example imagine you have run for one hour without any preparation during a weekend. Do you remember the next morning? The sourness of the body, of each limbs? This is what will happen if you are joining an intensive course without preparation.
Do have a regular practice and keep an open mind.
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