WYA Certified Yoga Teacher Training Course Outline:
This 200 hour Yoga teacher training based on Hatha Vinyasa and Original traditional authentic style. The course is set upon the sequence of the Therapy and Hatha / Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga asana practice.
From first day of the course you will be learn all Hatha yoga asana Standing, Sitting, Balancing and lie down yogasana lead the students through the proper techniques including key of alignments with contraindications, variations and modifications of 60 Yoga posture. The purpose of this program is to provide a supportive environment in which you begin to connect with your inner teacher, your internal wisdom and authentic voice. Through pranayama, asana practice, mind-body journaling, group conversation, reading and guided meditation, you will practice the essential process of conscious listening to your own higher self. During the course the traditional Hatha series lays a strong foundation for the students, you will also learn from various other yoga styles on which to draw from in developing and sequencing a Vinyasa Flow class. In these styles, asana are practiced using breath, drishti (gaze) and bandhas (inner energy locks). By the end of the course, students will be able to teach hatha flow series and Bhujanga Namaskar class series as well as creating their own Vinyasa Flow sequences.
There in this course you will be learn how to use of basic yoga props as well as the art of adjustment techniques, teaching methodology and practice teaching and much more.
As the foundation of Hatha yoga and Patanjali Ashtanga yoga, class principles of sequencing, established, will be taught so that students can create a hatha vinyasa flow class according the needs of their own students or class. In addition, we will incorporate other styles of yoga such as restorative therapy for shoulder and knee pain and also including the yin yoga to provide the students a broader horizon of yoga styles and enhance their knowledge in general.
Yoga is a way of living life and a journey of inner growth.