Traditional YogaVinyasa YogaYoga AllianceYoga in India
|Group Size||12 — 15|
Included in Base Price
Optional with Extra Charge
Overview of the structure and operational details
This 300-hour yoga teacher training course comprehensively meets the standards defined by the Yoga Alliance and exceeds in all respects as they enhance the program with other activities like workshops on therapeutic and healing techniques of yoga, , Sanskrit learning, spiritual therapy, Kundalini system, and chakra balancing techniques.
There are also workshops on Mantra yoga, the science of sound vibrations and its role in spiritual practices, Buddhi yoga, yogic cognitive therapy, yogic personality theory, Panchakosha model, a comparative study of yogic psychology and modern psychology, and others.
This is an advanced training course, technically, second level of training for the professional yoga teachers. 200-hour certification from any school with any style is a prerequisite qualification to enroll in this course. 300-hour yoga certification will be awarded upon the successful completion of the course. Become an RYT-300 by registering with Yoga Alliance.
Techniques training and practice
Asana practice and traditional Hatha yoga
The core style of asana taught in the course is traditional Hatha yoga and Vinyasa yoga (dual style). Traditional Hatha yoga is a principle style of yoga practices and is the origin of all other yoga practiced today. The word Hatha is a combination of two words "Ha" meaning sun energy and "Tha" meaning moon energy representing two principle energies flowing within your body. When these two aspects of one’s self are integrated, a fullness of the whole personality is experienced.
Hatha yoga influences your two sides of the brain and brings balance between these two energies within all of you to merge from the opposite to the harmony of oneness. Hatha yoga is a powerful tool of transformation and the practitioner develops a balance of strength and flexibility. The salient feature of Hatha yoga is the focus on the asanas and breath control while holding the postures for a longer duration.
Hatha yoga classes incorporate the mind, body, and spirit through various practices like asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing), and kriyas (internal cleansing). It is not fast flowing and is highly suitable for beginners as well as advanced practitioners, as it is much gentler than Ashtanga yoga.
The course also introduces other styles of asana practice including Yin, and smooth Restorative yoga in order to experience the other yoga styles.
Functional details of the course
The asana practices include:
- Adjustments and corrections: Modes of adjustments and effective adjustment techniques are given by expert teachers to reap the full benefits of the practice
- Feedbacks: Regular feedbacks are given by the teachers and fellow students about your teaching in order to facilitate you to improve and find your unique voice and style as a teacher
- Pavana muktasana series to loosen and strengthen major joints, to develop core energy, and to bring flexibility in the body
- Standing asanas to develop neuromuscular coordination
- Twenty-five asanas from the foundations of standing, sitting, prone and supine; covering forward bends, back bends, spine twists, hip openers and stretches, arm balances and inversions; with the details of breathing patterns while doing and holding an asana, contraindications, and benefits
- Variations of the above mentioned in full details
- Warm-up exercises and sun salutations with mantras
- Classes on variations and modifications of advanced postures, modifications for beginners and students with injuries (multi-level modifications) arm balances, twists, inversions, hip openings, headstands, back bendings, personal corrections, personal guidance, safety measurements, and others individual tips if required
- Other components related: How to use props including blocks, bolsters, straps, blankets, walls in your yoga practice, rope headstand, and more
Teaching methodology: techniques and demonstrations
- Principles of demonstration: The art of teaching, leading a class, voice modulation, and effective communication with great clarity
- Observing, assisting, and correcting: Mindful adjustments, correcting and adjusting through physical and verbal instructions
- Instructions, teaching styles: Designing and planning a class suitable to different needs. Learning Sanskrit names and other symbolism related to asanas, structuring and sequencing an asana class, and exploring various methodologies
- Qualities of a teacher: voice, presence, dealing with injuries, and explaining about safety precautions
- Business aspects of teaching yoga: Educating about business ethics and values, setting up yoga business and community responsibilities, marketing, and advertising
Breakfasts, lunches and dinners will be served throughout the course (Except on Sunday) with vegetarian, vegan, and organic food The following meals are included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Unlimited filtered Drinking Water Coffee Tea The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for: Vegetarian Vegan Gluten Free Organic Yogic
Payment & Guidelines
100% deposit refund for cancellation 30+ days before event. 0% deposit refund for cancellation 30 days before event. The remaining balance (total price minus deposit) is due upon arrival.
Early Bird Discount : Book before 50 days to get discount.
Facilities & Extras
Facilities & Extras
Basic training Course for All the Aspiring professional Yoga teachers. No Prerequisite Qualification is required to enrol in this course. Completion of this course enables you to teach yoga in different settings and in different countries.
From 04 Oct 2020 To 31 Oct 2020
For 28 days
From 25 Apr 2021 To 22 May 2021
For 28 days
From 23 May 2021 To 19 Jun 2021
For 28 days
From 26 Sep 2021 To 23 Oct 2021
For 28 days
Sarvaguna Yoga School
This yoga teacher training will take place in Upper Bhagsunag area in Dharamshala in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. Dharamshala Dharamshala is located in the North Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Nestled below the mighty snow clad peaks of the beautiful Himalayan Dhauladhar mountain range, it is a wonderful location with an abundance of natural beauty and spiritual diversity. Dharamshala is the spiritual headquarters of Buddhists all over the World. It is the home for H.H Dalai Lama, and the center for Tibetan government in exile. H.H.Dalai Lama has been living here along with his followers since 1959. His presence and the Tibetan population has made Dharamshala a popular destination for Indian and foreign tourists, including students studying Tibetan culture. Dharamshala and Mcleodgunj are twin towns located at lower and upper areas of that point of Himalayan Mountain range. Dharamshala is mainly populated by Locals. Mcleodganj is the abode of the H.H. Dalai Lama. Many Tibetans have their permanent settlements in this town and leading a peaceful life. Bhagsunag and Dharmakot are twin beautiful hamlets located two kilometers away from Mcleodganj town. These two villages are relatively calm and quiet and give a conducive atmosphere for yoga and meditation practices. Hence, yoga and meditation learners chose to come here for their training.
|How to get here Arrival by airplane Please book your flight to arrive at Gaggal Airport (DHM). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Sarvaguna Yoga will pick you up from the airport. The best way for travelers to reach Dharamsala by air is to travel from New Delhi Airport (DEL). New Delhi Airport is connected to all most all major destinations and all major cities in India. Daily flights are operated from New Delhi to Gaggal Airport, which is about 25 kilometers away from the yoga center. Alternatively, you can take a flight to Chandigarh (250 kilometers from the yoga center) or Amritsar (200 kilometers away from the center), and then take a pre-paid taxi to McLeod Ganj. It takes four to five hours to reach there. A taxi ride will cost about 4,000 INR. If you choose to arrive at Amritsar International Airport, you can reach Dharamsala by taxi, which is a better option. Arrival by bus There are daily bus services from Delhi to Dharamsala every evening. It is a 10 to 12-hour journey with a fare of 300 to 1,300 INR depending upon the type of bus you choose to travel. Public buses are available from New Delhi and from other major cities. This option is the most economical. Bus services are also available from Manali and Shimla. Sarvaguna Yoga can provide you more information on how to travel to Dharamsala if you need. Arrival by train There are no direct train to reach Dharamsala. Pathankot is the nearest railway station to a reach Dharamsala. Pathankot Railway Station is well connected by rail with all other major cities in India. The distance from Pathankot to the center is about 100 kilometers and it costs around 1,500 INR to reach the center by taxi. Airport: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport Airport transfer available: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (US$77 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step. Airport: Chandigarh Airport Airport transfer available: Chandigarh Airport (US$77 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.|