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300Hrs Yoga TTC

Program Details

300Hrs Yoga Teacher Training – Online & On Campus

Our Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training is available for all our 200-hr graduates and 200-hr RYTs from another school who have some background in the Ashtanga Yoga Primary series. If you are a 200hr graduate from our school then you are familiar with the names and key alignment points of the poses from the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary series chart and it won’t be difficult for you to take a plunge into the 2nd level of Intermediate Ashtanga Vinyasa Training but if you have done your 200-Hr training from another school then it is advised that either you book a 30-Hr/ 5days course at our school or join an Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary series class in your country 3 months prior to your 300-Hr course start, with focus on learning all the Sanskrit and English names of the primary series asanas. Once you have booked the course with us we can provide you with the study material with a chart of poses and their names along with ‘Welcome Mail’, which you’ll receive after paying the booking fee. We also suggest you to make a chat appointment with our course director in order to discuss your state of practice and health condition for further guidance.

Benefits of 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course

  1. Embark on a new challenge by mastering the Ashtanga Vinyasa Secondary series, enhancing your skills through this course.
  2. You’ll have ample time to refine your expertise before guiding advanced practitioners as a yoga teacher.

200-HR YTTC Schedule:

Weekday Course: (Designed for Home Makers & Fitness Trainers):

Monday to Saturday: 7.30 am to 11 am

 

Weekend Course: (Designed for Working Professionals):

Monday to Friday: 7.30 am to 9 am (Practice Class)  

Saturday & Sunday: 7.30 am to 2 pm (Theory & Practical Classes)

Fee structure:

Online Course: INR 40,000 + GST (18%)

 

On-site Course: INR 55,000 + GST (18%)

 

On-site Course with Internship Program: INR 60,000 + GST (18%)

 

Non-Residential: INR 60,000 (Includes course fee, study material, lunch, and snacks)

 

Residential: INR 1,00,000 (Includes course fee, study material, accommodation, and food)

Prerequisites:

None

Curriculum

The course syllabus includes:

  • Learn about Yoga and its practices.
  • Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga.
  • Explore key texts like Hatha Yoga Pradipika.
  • Understand the principles of Patanjali Yoga Sutras.
  • Explore the relationship between consciousness and Yoga.
  • Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
  • Understand how Yoga impacts different systems in the body.
  • Discover how Yoga promotes overall well-being.
  • Learn techniques for managing stress through Yoga.

The brief outline of our Yoga Teacher Training Course:

  • Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Practice:  You can become a good teacher only when you have dedicated practice and you are a committed and disciplined student. We’ll help you develop a regular practice. If you are a beginner in Ashtanga then you can ask for some extra guidance from your teachers. In case, you have a background in Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series practice then you will be supported to develop some asanas from the Second series. Our teachers will help you to find out the areas of difficulty and create a device to deal with it. It happens in our daily evening workshops which focus on different areas of body and asana practice. We have different workshops such as hip-opener, shoulder-opener, arm strength builder, backward-extensions, forward-extensions and so on. Each of these workshops will take you further in your practice with greater understanding.
  • Applied Anatomy, Physiology, and Bio-Mechanics: This is the part of the training where a great Asana Teacher is born. To understand the dynamics of forces working on every posture you need to learn the Structure, Function, and Applied Forces in your body which are working at a certain angle in every pose. Lack of this understanding causes injury not only to the student but also to the teacher. When you are adjusting your student, it is very important to understand the interplay of forces, your own balance, and the centre of gravity. Each pose of the Ashtanga Series will be taught with Applied Anatomical Reflection, Key Alignment Points, and Bio-Mechanic Dynamics. These classes will immensely help you in developing your skills of adjustment and facilitating variations of yoga poses according to the structure and function of your students.
  • Art of alignment and adjustment:  Aligning your own body and your student’s body during the performance of Asanas or even in activities of daily living is an art. Adjustment is less physical work and more energetic work. Hence, when you are learning adjustment techniques your teacher will be observing and assisting you closely so that you can cultivate the right kind of tender pressure by synchronizing your own body weight and breath with that of your student. This is the meaning of learning ‘hands-on’ adjustment. Adjustment is a hand work and it comes only through long and conscious practice and learning the beauty of being present with your breath and every moment. You’ll be given an assignment to prepare yourself for assisting in the class of a lead teacher and also you should feel free to volunteer for this opportunity during the course.
  • Teaching Methodology: The Zen saying: “Now you got it, keep it well and share it. ”The teaching methodology is a gentle reminder for our students that you should learn the art of sharing your passion, vision, and knowledge. We’ll help you sharpen your observation of a student’s posture and teach you the right technique to correct the faulty postures or rather assist the student in finding their right posture. Teaching methodology classes continue during the first two weeks of training. Every pose of the Ashtanga Primary Series chart will be discussed, pondered over, and practiced under the guidance of your lead teacher.
  • Art of sequencing a Vinyasa Flow Class: After completing your course when you go back home and start teaching in a studio, then you will meet all age groups and fitness level people. You will need to adjust your classes according to your audience. Hence, we teach you the art of sequencing or creating a sequence in Vinyasa Flow Class. We’ll teach you some readymade sequences of Vinyasa flow in the beginning so that you will be able to create your own flow when you understand the underlying theory of Vinyasa Flow classes. You’ll learn that each vinyasa flow class has to have a theme behind it and it should revolve around that theme.
  • Karma and Kriyas: Karma is something you do without awareness and it creates a bondage or leaves a scar or pattern in your mind. Kriya is something done with your totality and awareness. We’ll teach you Yogic Kriyas to break the unconscious patterns of behavior and bring about a transformation in your life. These kriyas are known as cleansing processes and will be taught in detail.
  • Breathing, Mindfulness, and Meditation: These three terms differentiate yoga from mere physical exercise. Different techniques of breath awareness will be taught to you. You’ll be encouraged to develop a quality of mindfulness in daily activities. We’ll teach you easy meditation techniques that are dynamic and passive. So that you can make them part of your daily living, practice, and assimilate them into your teaching.
  • Yoga Sutra of Patanjali and Yoga Philosophy: Patanjali is the founder of Yoga Philosophy and he is the first person who documented the practice of yoga in a very systematic, scientific, and organized way in his book called Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. Learning the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali is the core of becoming a Yoga Teacher. The first two Chapters will be taught to you in your 200-hr YTTC. During 300-Hr YTTC those chapters will be revised and the 3rd and 4th chapters will be taught. Some other texts such as Bhagavadgita and Vingyanbhairav Tantra will also be introduced. In the context of Pranayama, Kriya, and Asana Hathayoga Pradipika and Gherada Samhita texts will be quoted and explained.
  • Practicum or getting into the role of being a teacher: From the beginning of the course, you will be encouraged to get into the role of a teacher by assisting in the classes and mentoring a student from 200-hr training. This will help you to create a bond with your students. You will start noticing their strength and struggles which will prepare you to design a device to help your students, this is the beginning of a good teacher. This part of the training happens under the supervision of your lead teacher.
  • Performance: We observe your teaching skills and when we see that you are ready to take a full class then you will get an opportunity to stand facing your classmates and lead a class of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, but before that final presentation you will get many opportunities to teach in a small group with 3-4 people. There will be written assessment in philosophy and anatomical reflection of yoga poses. You will also receive some written assignments during the course which must be delivered by the end of the course.

Teaching & Certification

Course Attendance Criteria:

A student must maintain a minimum attendance of 90%.

 

Student teaching requirements:

  • Throughout the course, students are expected to actively engage in teaching opportunities as the syllabus progresses. They should aim to conduct a minimum of 15 to 20 classes or assist the lead trainer for 30 to 40 hours.

 

YTTC Guidelines:

  • All submissions and practical exams are conducted during the final week of the course.
  • Study materials are provided both in hard copy and online. Recorded sessions are accessible for a limited time.
  • Certification is based on attendance, assignment submissions, participation in classroom activities, performance in the practical exam as a teacher, and adherence to behavioral expectations.

Our Unique Offerings

  • Experience a unique fusion of Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga.
  • Prioritize injury-free practice with proper utilization of yoga props.
  • Explore a variety of yoga styles such as Hatha vinyasa flow, Restorative yoga, Yin yoga, and Aerial yoga.
  • Access study materials and recorded sessions included in the course fee.
  • Benefit from a 6-month internship program post-training.
  • Receive career guidance and job opportunities with Asan Yoga in Mumbai & Pune.
  • Attain international accreditation through Yoga Alliances.

Upcoming 300Hrs Yoga Teacher Training, Mumbai

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FAQs

The course spans 300 hours i.e. 1 month 1 week and includes both online and on-campus components.

This course enhances physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, leading to improved life, relationships, and career prospects. It also opens up a new career path in teaching yoga.

Classes are conducted from Monday to Saturday, from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm IST, depending on your chosen yoga schedule.

There are no prerequisites for joining the course. It is open to all individuals interested in deepening their understanding of yoga.

The curriculum encompasses various aspects of yoga, including understanding yoga, skill development in areas such as asana, anatomy, physiology, breath work, meditation, relaxation techniques, yoga philosophy, the art of teaching, and business skills.

Yes, a minimum of 90% attendance is required to be eligible for the final certification exams.

Students are given ample time to complete their assignments and practical exams within the training period and internship program.

Upon passing the exam, students receive a Yoga Teacher Training Certificate (200 hours) from Asan Yoga, opening up various avenues in teaching and wellness initiatives.

The course offers a unique blend of Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga methodologies, emphasizes injury-free practice, includes study material in the course fee, provides career guidance, and offers work opportunities with Asan Yoga, Mumbai.

Throughout the training, you will be prepared to become a quality yoga trainer by gaining accurate knowledge and perfecting yoga forms. This training is sufficient to instill confidence in you, making you eligible to establish your own yoga studio.