Phone

+91 97872 97890

Email

info@thavathiruyoga.in

Opening Hours

Mon - Fri: 06:00 AM - 06:00 PM

200-hour Mulit -Style yoga teacher training

This 200-hour basic yoga teacher training offers Beginner’s, personalized learning experience with ample time to explore your interests as you learn to teach yoga. The training offers its participants the tools to skillfully and confidently teach yoga classes to people of all ages and abilities. Our training is heavily rooted in the ancient wisdom of yoga asana and yoga philosophy, and is based on a mentorship-style approach to learning.

Our program consists of 25 days course of these training modules, participants will have the opportunity to deepen their personal practice, collect new, powerful teaching tools and move forward on the path of deepening their personal practice and becoming an excellent yoga teacher.

This training focuses on yoga as a comprehensive practice that honors the individual. Our focus is not on asana (yoga postures) alone, but rather on yoga as holistic practice that nourishes us on many levels. Because of this, we feel that this training is accessible to persons of all ages and abilities, and we seek to train our teachers in a way that honors each participant’s unique experiences, limitations, needs and interests.

We believe that compassionate, non-judgmental investigation into the experience of the present moment is the foundation for teaching from our deepest wisdom. As yoga teachers progress along their path, they gather intellectual knowledge about yoga philosophy, anatomy and teaching methodology; they master this information, refine this knowledge and then must integrate it with awareness and discernment within the wisdom of the present moment. The skills and knowledge that teachers acquire and refine in our training program provide a repertoire for the teacher to draw from in service to their deeper knowing: this is what differentiates a good yoga teacher from a great yoga teacher, and this is what we emphasize in our program.

We work very closely with each of our students to help them achieve their personal best in the field of yoga. In order to maintain this high standard, Once you successfully complete our teacher training, you will earn a graduation certificate from Thavathiru Yoga and you are eligible for a 200-hour certification from the Yoga Alliance (RYT 200) should you wish to register for one. This certification is considered the standard in the industry and allows you to teach yoga classes, offer private yoga lessons, and/or integrate yoga into another kind of work that you may be doing or planning to do in the future.

Highlights

  • Morning pranayama and chanting
  • Daily yoga and meditation sessions
  • Daily asana practices
  • Experience authentic style of learning yoga
  • Practice Yin, Acro Yoga & Ashtanga-yoga classes
  • Teachers are well-trained and have years of experience in teaching yoga
  • All the course materials are provided
  • 25 nights’ accommodation
  • 3 Daily nutritious vegetarian meals
  • Excursion to nearby holy temple
  • Live and explore Auroville

What is Included

  • Daily Hatha yoga lessons
  • Daily Ayurveda yoga sessions
  • Outdoor dynamic meditation
  • Meditation, pranayama, satsang class, and mantra chanting
  • Indian classical music concert
  • 24 nights’ accommodation
  • Siddha & Ayurvedic Treatment and Chavitti uzhichil, varma body massage
  • Daily vegetarian meals
  • Practice Yin, aerial, Acro Yoga & Ashtanga-yoga
  • Pickup from Airport
  • Excursions near site

What's not included

  • Additional food
  • What’s not in itinerary
  • Personal shopping expenses
  • Return transfer Airport
  • Medical expenses
  • Visa fee

Course Overview

  • Philosophy – Introduction
  • Pranayama – Introduction to Pranayama
  • Meditation – What is Mantra?
  • Ashtanga Yoga – Sun Salutation A & B
  • Vinyasa Flow – Sun Hatha
  • Philosophy – Introduction of Patanjali Yoga Sutra
  • Pranayama – Yogic Breathing
  • Meditation – What is meditation?
  • Ashtanga Yoga – Standing
  • Meditation – Dynamic Meditation
  • Philosophy – Introduction to Raj Yoga
  • Pranayama – Brahmari
  • Pranayama – Nadi Sodhna
  • Philosophy – Obstacles of Mind
  • Meditation – Om Meditation
  • Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting
  • Meditation – Mantra Maouna
  • Philosophy – 8 Limbs of Yoga
  • Pranayama – Shatkarma
  • Philosophy – Evolution of Yoga
  • Pranayama – Five Kosha
  • Meditation – Mantra Meditation
  • Pranayama – Bhastrika
  • Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration
  • Philosophy – Introduction Karma Yoga
  • Pranayama – Sheetal
  • Meditation –Japa
  • Pranayama – Jal Neti
  • Philosophy – Introduction to Trigunas
  • Philosophy – Objectives of Yoga
  • Pranayama – Ida
  • Meditation – Trataka
  • Philosophy – Summary of Yoga
  • Pranayama – Swana Breath
  • Anatomy – Intro to Nadis
  • Meditation – Roles of Concentration
  • Meditation – Why should we meditate?
  • Pranayama – Bandhas
  • Anatomy – Kundalini
  • Meditation – Yoga Nidra
  • Pranayama – Kapal Bhati
  • Ashtanga Yoga – Finishing
  • Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Arm Balancing
  • Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel
  • Anatomy – Panch Kosha
  • Ashtanga Yoga – Second Week Back Bending
  • Anatomy – Prana
  • Anatomy – Shoulder Joints
  • Anatomy – Spine
  • Anatomy – Synovial Joints
  • Anatomy – introduction to skeleton system
  • Anatomy – Digestive System
  • Anatomy – Cardiovascular System
  • Ashtanga Series Introduction
  • Vinyasa Flow – Introduction
  • Anatomy – Introduction to Anatomy
  • Pranayama – Introduction
  • Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Beginner
  • Anatomy – Directional Term of anatomy
  • Ashtanga Series – Sun Salutation A
  • Pranayama – Benefits
  • Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Intermediate
  • Anatomy – Introduction to Skeleton
  • Ashtanga Series Sun Salutation B
  • Pranayama – General Guidelines
  • Meditation – Dynamic Meditation
  • Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (B)
  • Anatomy – Bone Anatomy
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 1
  • Pranayama – Mudras
  • Meditation – Om Meditation
  • Vinyasa Flow 1 + Warm Up Session
  • Anatomy – Important Name of Human Skeleton System
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 2
  • Pranayama – Naadi & Sitting Posture
  • Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration
  • Vinyasa Flow 2 with Sun Salutation A & Sun Salutation B
  • Anatomy – Angular Movement
  • Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 3
  • Pranayama – Jal Neti Shatkarma
  • Meditation – Trataka
  • Vinyasa Flow 3 – Standing Posture
  • Meditation – Obstacles in Meditation
  • Anatomy – Introduction of joints & functions of all joints
  • Pranayama – Yogic Breathing
  • Ashtanga Series – Standing Sequence 4
  • Vinyasa Flow 4 – Leg Balancing Posture & Arm Balancing
  • Anatomy – Synovial
  • Ashtanga Series Standing Vinyasa Jump
  • Pranayama – Kapalbhati
  • Vinyasa Flow 5 – Hip Opening
  • Anatomy – Types of Synovial Joints
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Vinyasa Jump
  • Pranayama – Naadi Sodhna
  • Vinyasa Flow 6 – Back Bending
  • Anatomy – Types of Cartilage
  • Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 1
  • Pranayama – Ujjai Breathing
  • Vinyasa Flow 7 – Inversion
  • Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 2
  • Pranayama – Bhastrika
  • Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 3
  • Pranayama – Bhramri
  • Anatomy – Ankle Joint
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 4
  • Anatomy – Wrist Joint
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence
  • Anatomy – Knee Anatomy
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 6
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence
  • Anatomy – Elbow Joint
  • Anatomy – Spine
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 8
  • Anatomy – Muscular System and Function
  • Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 9 (Reclining 2)
  • Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 1
  • Anatomy – Types of Muscles
  • Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Properties
  • Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 3
  • Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Action’s
  • Anatomy – Major Muscles
  • Anatomy – Types of Muscles Contraction

Mantra Chanting

Daily Schedule

We follow a tight daily schedule to ensure that our students get ready for classes; It is encouraged to take full rest every night by sleeping early as part of your practice and to maintain health and focus throughout the program.

» 06:16 am – 07:17 am – Mantra Chanting
» 06:30 am – 07:30 am – Pranayama Meditation
» 07:30 am – 09:00 am – Yoga Practice
» 09:00 am – 10:00 am – Breakfast
» 10:00 am – 11:00 am – Session I – Theory
» 11:00 am – 12:00 am – Session II – Asana Clinic
» 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm – Karma Yoga
» 12:30 pm – 13:30 pm – Lunch
» 13:30 pm – 16:00 pm – Self-Study / Silence Practice / Self-Journaling / Free time
» 16:00 pm – 16:30 pm – Tea break
» 16:30 pm – 18:00 pm – Yoga Practice
» 18:00 pm – 19:00 pm – Dinner
» 19:00 pm – 20:00 pm – Session III – Meditation & Yoga Nidra (Relaxation) Session
» 20:00 pm – 21:00 pm – Self-Study / Free time

Please note : Schedule is subject to changes without prior notice.