Ashtanga Yoga Teacher's Training Level-1 RYS200

Yoga_Nidra We offer Teacher's Training Course for Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga level -1 - 200Hours Registered with Yoga Alliance, In various categories designed according to various types of students as per their experiences SEE FOR SCHEDULE AND PRICES

The Teacher Training Course delivers a comprehensive, theoretical and practical hands on training program that includes Asanas, Pranayama, Anatomy, Adjustment Class, Mantra chanting, Philosophy, Meditation and other traditional and contemporary Yoga techniques.

This unique TTC will train the applicant in the following style of Ashtanga Yoga, with Lead & Mysore Style Classes and includes a comprehensive study.

  • What is covered in the Teacher Training Course?
    The TTC consists of 7 general sections:
    • Technique: includes the training and practice of asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, and meditation.
    • Teaching: includes the training and teaching of demonstration, observation, assisting/correcting, instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher and the student's process of learning.
    • Anatomy and Physiology :includes the study of physical anatomy, the skeleton, organs and muscles, cardiovascular system, Pancha Kosha & nutrition.
    • Philosophy and Ethics :this part includes the study of yoga scriptures, ethics for yoga teachers, life of a yogi.
    • Practicum : In these hours, the students are required to lead their own classes to gain confidence and harness the right principles of being a yoga teacher.
    • Karma Yoga :the students are required to perform selfless acts e.g. helping to run the Yoga-school, office work, organization and public relations.
    • Self-practice : study of books and discussions and practise of all the above mentioned topics in a group.

Teachers Training Details

Contents Hours
Asanas 40
Yoga Therapy Course 20
Pranayama 10
Meditation 15
Bandhas 2
Kriya 8
Anatomy 15
Technical Class 4
Adjustment 12
Theory & Teaching Methodology 24
Exam 6
Group Discussion & Self Study 34
Karma Yoga 10
Total 200 Hrs

15 - Minute practice

MHYK HATHA YOGA 15 MIN CHART1

The 15 - minute sequence is composed entirely of moderated postures of those who are tired or recovering from injury, or who need a gentle route, and for the people who doesn't have much time to practice the Primary series.
This sequence will make the practioners to keep in touch with the Yogasanas on daily life basis, no one can't tell that we don't have 15 Minutes in 24 hours.
This gentle sequence once you can do it in your morning routine or after a hard day's work you don't feel that you missed the practice, or in the evening time that will help you to good sleep.
Take a minimum 5-8 breaths in each of the standing and sitting postures and be sure to practise the asanas on the both the right and the left side. Must insert a vinyasa after each seated asana. Practice the right side first and then the left side. Find alternative options for the asanas if you are beginner or injured. You may follow along with our Short Forms in our YouTube for this routine.



30 - Minute practice

MHYK HATHA YOGA 30 MIN CHART2

As we have time for half an hour session of practice, will provide strength, stamina and concentration and will easily help to develop from 15 minutes to 30 minutes. This routine is done in morning and evening times before Sun Set.
Take a minimum 5-8 breaths in each of the standing and sitting postures and be sure to practise the asanas on the both the right and the left side. Must Insert a vinyasa after each seated asana. Practice the right side first and then the left side. Find alternative options for the asanas if you are beginner or injured. You may follow along with our Short Forms in our YouTube for this routine.



45 - Minute practice

MHYK HATHA YOGA 45 MIN CHART2

The 45 Minute sequence is a routine of dynamic practice after practicing and perfecting the asanas of 30 minutes sequence you can practice this series. This can be practised in morning or in the evening before sun set. This sequence helps you to step in more challenging postures.
Take a minimum 5 breaths in each of the standing and sitting postures and be sure to practise the asanas on the both the right and the left side. Must insert a vinyasa after each seated asana. Practice the right side first and then the left side. Find alternative options for the asanas if you are beginner or injured. You may follow along with our Short Forms in our YouTube for this routine.