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Whether you're a beginner or a yogi looking to elevate your practice, our 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course offers the guidance, knowledge, and support you need to flourish.
300hr (Multi-Style) Teacher Training Course

A comprehensive 300-hour course infused with experience, knowledge and passion, led by Mohit and Prem Verma, focusing on:


  • Asana practice

  • Adjustments/Alignment & Anatomy

  • Yoga Theraphy

  • Pranayama

  • Meditation

  • Advanced Yogic Philosophy

  • Art of Teaching

  • Shatkarmas


Days 1-7


We'll delve deep into yoga's core, exploring physical exercises, profound thoughts, and body cleansing. Beginning with an assessment of your skeletal structure and muscular system, we'll progress to learn foundational yoga postures such as Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutations) and contemplate the essence of yoga. Additionally, we'll focus on pranayama, techniques for deep breathing and nasal cleansing to promote overall health. Concentration exercises will aid in enhancing focus and calming the mind. By the end of the first week, we'll integrate these components and reflect on how yoga contributes to our well-being. Homework assignments will include daily practice of Sun Salutations, reading about yoga, and journaling about your experiences.


Days 8-21


We'll explore the dynamic realm of modern yoga while honouring traditional practices. Emphasising smooth transitions between poses and refining posture, we'll learn advanced sequences to deepen our practice. Through pranayama techniques and meditation, we'll seek inner harmony and equilibrium. Moreover, we'll delve further into yogic philosophy, seeking practical applications in our daily lives. Anatomy sessions will enhance our understanding of the body's mechanics and its relationship to yoga practice.

Module 1: Advanced Asana Practice and Alignment

Asana Practice:

- Daily Advanced Asana Sessions: Each day will begin with a 1-hour advanced Hatha asana practice, focusing on building strength, flexibility, and endurance. Expect to explore deeper variations of poses, challenging balances, and extended holds.

- Special Workshops: Regular workshops will dive into advanced asanas, such as arm balances, inversions, and deep backbends, providing a space for detailed exploration and practice.


Asana Alignment:

- Detailed Pose Breakdown: Intensive study of advanced poses, understanding anatomical and energetic alignment principles.

- Use of Props: Techniques for utilizing props to support and enhance alignment, making advanced poses accessible and safe.

- Personal Adjustments: Working in pairs to understand and practice personalized adjustments that facilitate proper alignment and deepen the practice.


Hands-on Adjustments:

- Adjustment Techniques: Learning safe and effective methods for hands-on adjustments, focusing on key postures.

- Practice Sessions: Frequent peer practice sessions to refine adjustment skills.

- Ethics of Adjustments: Understanding the boundaries and ethical considerations of providing hands-on adjustments to students.


Module 2: Yoga Therapy


Principles of Yoga Therapy:

- Introduction to Yoga Therapy: Overview of yoga therapy, its principles, and its applications.

- Therapeutic Benefits: Exploration of how yoga can be used therapeutically to address physical, mental, and emotional issues.


Therapeutic Applications:

- Adapting Practices: Learning how to adapt yoga practices for some specific conditions, such as back pain, high tightness and shoulder pain.

Module 3: Creating a Flow and Sequencing


Principles of Sequencing:

- Effective Sequencing: Methods for creating balanced and effective yoga sequences that cater to different levels and intentions.

- Class Planning: Understanding the structure of a well-rounded yoga class, including warm-up, peak, and cool-down phases.


Flow Creation:

- Breath and Movement: Techniques for integrating breath with movement to create a seamless flow.

- Transitioning: Mastering the art of smooth transitions between poses to maintain continuity and flow.


Class Structure:

- Designing Classes: Creating classes that are suitable for various levels, from beginner to advanced.

- Incorporating Relaxation: Methods for integrating relaxation techniques, such as savasana and guided meditations, into your classes.


Module 4: The Art of Teaching


Teaching Methodology:

- Effective Communication: Developing clear and concise verbal instructions, using language that is accessible to all students.

- **Voice Modulation:** Techniques for using your voice effectively to guide and inspire students.


Classroom Management:

- Managing Diverse Groups: Strategies for managing classes with students of varying abilities and needs.

- Supportive Environment: Creating a positive and inclusive classroom environment that encourages learning and growth.


Teaching Practicum:

- Practice Teaching: Multiple opportunities to lead classes and receive feedback from peers and instructors.

- Constructive Feedback: Learning to give and receive constructive feedback to improve teaching skills.



Module 5: Yoga Anatomy and Physiology


Advanced Anatomy:

- Musculoskeletal System: Detailed study of the bones, muscles, and joints involved in advanced yoga poses.

- Functional Anatomy: Understanding how different body systems interact during yoga practice, including the impact on alignment and movement.


Physiological Benefits:

- Body Systems: Exploring how yoga affects the cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, and endocrine systems.

- Injury Prevention: Techniques for preventing injuries and managing existing conditions through mindful practice and modifications.


Hands-on Anatomy:

- Palpation Exercises: Practical exercises to identify and understand anatomical landmarks and structures.

- Movement Analysis: Analyzing body movements and alignment in various poses to deepen anatomical understanding.


Module 6: Higher Level of Yoga Philosophy


- Core Concepts: In-depth study of key Vedanta concepts such as Atman (self), Brahman (universal consciousness), and Maya (illusion).

- Philosophical Texts: Examination of significant Vedantic texts, including the Bhagavad Gita and Brahma Sutras, and their practical applications in yoga.


- Selected Upanishads: Exploration of important Upanishads, focusing on their teachings and relevance to modern yoga practice.

- Philosophical Discussions: Group discussions to explore and reflect on the philosophical teachings of the Upanishads and their integration into personal practice and teaching.


Philosophical Discussions:

- Group Dialogues: Engaging in philosophical discussions to deepen understanding and application of yoga philosophy.

- Modern Application: Integrating ancient teachings into contemporary yoga practice and lifestyle.


Module 7: Principles of Various Yoga Styles


Overview of Styles:

- Understanding Styles: Comprehensive overview of various yoga styles, including Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Kundalini.

- Unique Principles: Learning the principles and techniques that define each style, and their specific benefits and challenges.


Adaptation and Integration:

- Teaching Adaptability: Developing the ability to teach and adapt different styles based on students' needs and preferences.

- Blending Styles: Techniques for integrating elements from various styles to create unique and effective classes.


Module 8: Personal Development and Ethics


Self-Study (Svadhyaya):

- Reflective Practices: Engaging in reflective practices such as journaling, meditation, and self-inquiry to deepen personal understanding and growth.

- Developing Personal Practice: Establishing and maintaining a consistent personal yoga practice that supports teaching and personal development.


Ethics and Professionalism:

- Ethical Guidelines: Understanding the ethical responsibilities of a yoga teacher, including respect, integrity, consent and professionalism.

- Professional Development: Building a sustainable and ethical yoga career, including business practices, marketing, and continuing education.


Community and Service (Seva):

- Role of Community: Understanding the importance of community in yoga and ways to foster a supportive yoga community.

- Service Opportunities: Exploring opportunities for giving back through teaching and community service.

- Karma Yoga: Experience with Karma Yoga and helping keep the space nice for the whole community.


Module 9: Teaching Special Populations


Adapting Yoga for Special Needs:

- Modifications for Different Populations: Learning how to modify yoga practices for seniors, prenatal students, children, and individuals with specific health conditions.

- Accessible Yoga:** Techniques for making yoga accessible and inclusive, ensuring that all students feel welcome and supported.


Inclusive Teaching:

- Cultural Sensitivity: Understanding cultural differences and promoting inclusivity in yoga classes.

- Creating Inclusivity: Practical strategies for creating an inclusive yoga environment that respects and celebrates diversity.


Module 10: Practicum and Assessment


Teaching Practicum:

- Lead Full-Length Classes: Opportunities to lead full-length classes under supervision, applying all aspects of the training.

- Peer and Instructor Feedback: Receiving detailed feedback to refine teaching techniques and improve class delivery.


Final Assessment:

- Written Exam: Comprehensive written exam covering all theoretical aspects of the training, including anatomy, philosophy, and teaching methodology.

- Practical Exam: Demonstrating teaching skills in a practical exam, leading a class and incorporating feedback from the instructors.

- Certification: Upon successful completion of all assessments, participants will receive their 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification.

The course culminates with a certification ceremony to celebrate your journey.

Who is the course suitable for?


The 300-hour multi-style yoga TTC is suitable for students ranging from absolute beginners to those aspiring to pursue yoga professionally. Our goal is to nurture your personal yoga practice while expanding your horizons for professional growth.


The course is designed to ensure that dedicated students reap significant benefits. While we enthusiastically welcome beginners, a foundational level of physical fitness is recommended to fully engage in the course.

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