Hatha & Yin Yoga Teacher Training 200h

We Can Help You Become A Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher Within the Next 12 Weeks

Dear future Yoga Teacher,

We are Lucas Casanova & Kimhye Jin and we are the teachers that heart-centered Yogi(ni)s go to when they need help with becoming Yoga Teachers. Whether they want to start their own studio, work in a studio, host online classes, or expand their knowledge and understanding of Yoga to take their own practice to the next level.

In case you’ve never heard of us, here is why we are qualified to tell you about how you can become a world-class Yoga Teacher… when you follow our guidance:

✔️ Kimhye has built several 5-star studios within yoga, dance & fitness… and… She did it all in just 4 years

✔️ Lucas has been invited to talk about everything he knew about yoga and recovery at the prestigious TEDx and is writing a book about dealing with life-changing crises using yoga and meditation as practical and down-to-earth tools

And most importantly to YOU, as an aspiring Yoga Teacher: 

✔️ Lucas has more than 3,500 hours of teaching experience and graduated hundreds of students as the headteacher at different international YTT´s

✔️ Kimhye has dedicated large parts of her life to studying how to transform blockages, negative emotions, and traumas into freedom and knows exactly how to support you. She also hosts The Tantra Rebel Podcast going in-depth on these topics with Lucas every week

But we ́re not writing this just to talk about ourselves. We want to show you how we can help you become a Certified Yoga Teacher …starting your own journey today!

Let´s face it – the world is becoming an increasingly more strange and complex place with each passing day… We are experiencing a massive increase in demand for the grounding and deeper connection that Yoga can provide… and there is a great opportunity right now to learn these tools and share them with others as a Yoga Teacher!

But Yoga is much more than the physical practice on the mat… We believe that to become a Yoga Teacher that can lift yourself and others up, you need to integrate body, mind & soul. This teacher training is a transformational experience designed to help you with that.

💡 Click the “Curriculum” tab on the top of this page to see all the modules and preview lessons.

✔️ Classic Yoga Styles

An exploration of the classical traditions and their core philosophies, including Hatha, Tantra, Yin, and Vinyasa yoga. Learn about the roots of yoga and how it has branched out to where it is today.

✔️ Asanas

We will go in-depth on the most commonly used yoga positions, how they should be performed correctly and how you as a teacher should adjust others. Knowledge of health benefits, modifications, and adaptations in case of injury. You will learn names in English and Sanskrit.

✔️ Meditation & Mindfulness

You will get a toolbox with powerful techniques and mantras that are not necessarily common in an ordinary yoga teacher education. We recommend daily meditation in the morning and/or evening during the training course and we will help you develop your personal meditation practice that you can take with you further.

✔️ Anatomy & Physiology

You will explore how the body works, and apply this important knowledge in safe and effective practice and teaching. For many, anatomy can be the scariest thing about a yoga education, but we will do our best to break it down as easily as possible.

✔️ The Chakra System

You will learn about the body’s energy field, which organs they belong to, and health benefits. Chakra literally means “spinning wheel”, and according to the yogic view, chakras are a symbiosis of energy, thoughts/feelings, and the physical body

✔️ Philosophy

The main philosophy of yoga is simple: mind, body, and spirit are all connected and cannot be separated. Yet there is a multitude of philosophical ideas developed by looking at the deeper dimensions of the body, mind, and spirit.

✔️ Breathing Techniques

Breath is the connection to life and the basis of all classical Hatha yoga practices. The breath has a profound effect on the nervous system and a profound effect on the quality of life, both on and off the yoga mat. You will learn breathing techniques that can be used in meditation, yoga practice, and various purposes such as relaxation or exhilaration.

✔️ Sequencing & Structuring

You will learn how to use the toolkit offered in the yoga system to create meaningful sequences. A good class is not just physically challenging with randomly composed asanas. With an intention and meaning in building and implementing the class, you will experience both more satisfied students and more joy in teaching.

✔️ Introduction to Ayurveda

A fascinating and practical science from ancient India that offers tools to better understand yourself and others therapeutically through the context of doshas, gunas, and prana.

✔️ Pedagogy & Teaching Techniques

We go in-depth on the most commonly used yoga positions, how they should be performed correctly and how you as a teacher should adjust others. Knowledge of health benefits, modifications, and adjustments in case of injury.

Getting help and support is just one click away! While some of you may be dreaming of attending a YTT in places like Bali – this period in time has given us groundbreaking new tools, and fundamental lessons… We are not bound by time and place to become great teachers… and the new tools actually let us support you better than ever before! So why not become a Yoga Teacher first – and then travel to Bali? 🙂

In our Q & A section, you simply record your video on the topic you need help or support with, and send it to us. The teachers will then reply with a video answer!

We have an international team, and you can ask your questions in English, Spanish or Norwegian.

✔️ Ask us anything: On-demand 1-1 video support

Are you stuck on a topic, want to know if you are on the right track, or just want to reach out? We are here for you. You will have access to our teachers and can ask them questions when you want. They will follow up with you personally.

✔️ Meditation Q & A

Ask us about meditation, philosophy, and esoterical questions. Or just share your experience with us…

✔️ Asana Q & A

Get feedback on posture, alignment, and more…

✔️ Anatomy Q & A

Get help with terms, motions, actions, and more…

✔️ Exam Q & A

Get our guidance when preparing for your exam…

 

Another essential lesson is the significance of connection. Even with world-class training taking you step-by-step through the modules, this process was not supposed to take place in a vacuum. Sangha is a Sanskrit word that captures the essence of a spiritual community. In our weekly hangouts, you will connect with our Sangha. So you can share your experiences with like-minded people that are on the same journey as you.

And if you are shy, just turn off your camera – you will still feel a connection and find support in the community 💚
We also have a private Facebook community group where you can share your experience, get inspiration and ask questions.

Hangouts are not recorded – we want these conversations to be fresh, private, and  “in the moment”.
Attending hangouts is not mandatory, but highly encouraged.

✔️ Connect with the community on weekly hangouts

✔️ Themed conversations led by the teachers

✔️ Get guidance from the community

 

Getting practice is an important part of your training. We encourage you to establish a daily practice! Attending our live-streamed classes is an excellent way of achieving that. You will join in with the teachers in a variety of classes that are held every week. In addition to getting more practice yourself, you will also be able to study the way they teach…

Inside the course platform, you will see the live-stream schedule in your own time zone. You simply book the classes you want to do and get reminders before they start. No other software or different login is needed.

You will get replays from the classes you book. You do not have to attend the classes live to get the replays.
Live classes are not mandatory.

✔️ Get practice on the mat with the teachers

✔️ Classes are streamed every week

✔️ Variety of different styles

 

Even before joining our teacher training, many people ask us about the exam. While this may vary from school to school, you do not need to fear the exam with us. Our take on the exam is that it should be something fun and uplifting. We firmly believe that you will be very well prepared after going through the course, and the exam is simply just a last “check” before we can hand over the certification to you! 🙂

The exam itself consists of theory and practice. The theory is a multiple choice quiz, and the practice is a 20 minute guided video class that you send to us.

The teacher training is hosted by The Shala Yoga & Mindfulness, which is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) with Yoga Alliance (YA). After completion of the theoretical and practical exam, you will be eligible to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) with Yoga Alliance.

 

Now that you are a Certified Yoga Teacher it is time to share your service with the world! Not everyone wants to go out in a “big way” with their practice. Some take the training mostly for their own part, and this is perfectly fine. But for those ready to actually become a professional – someone who makes a living by teaching – this is your section!

Here you will learn about marketing, social media, selling your services, and creating your website – so that you have a proven method of getting clients, and greatly increase your chances of being hired to teach in a Yoga studio.

We have been doing this for many years and this is a big passion for us… Because we know the impact learning these skills will have on your own life and the many lives you will touch! You can be a positive and uplifting source of energy in this world, you can do it for a living, and you can even make a great living by teaching Yoga 💚

And we want to show you how to do it effectively and ethically – coming from a heart-centered space.

✔️ The business of Yoga

✔️ How to market yourself

✔️ Creating your own brand

✔️ Basics of social media

✔️ Get your 5 first clients in 2 weeks (or less)

✔️ Effective (and beautiful looking) ready-made website template

 

✔️ BONUS #1: Ready-made website template

This template was exclusively made by our web designer for you to simply plug in your own details. It is created specifically for Yoga Teachers that have taken our course. The design is beautiful and effective. It was created with conversion as the top priority – meaning the main goal of your website is to turn your website visitors into clients!

✔️ BONUS #2: The Asana Workbook

You will get high-res photos with Chloë showing the correct expression for each of the 42 poses that are covered in the course, with the English and Sanskrit name for each pose. Along with your own notes, this will become your personal “encyclopedia” to lookup in whenever you are unsure of the correct posture and alignment.

✔️ BONUS #3: Class Sequences

This is the holy grail of planning your classes, and immensely useful for new teachers fresh out of the course. With these 24 pre-made class sequences you will have everything you need to set up your first classes. Every sequence contains illustrations of the poses, names, timing, and cues!

 

Meet our teachers:

 

Lucas Casanova

Lucas has graduated hundreds of students and been the headteacher and guest teacher at several different international teacher trainings. He started with yoga to cope with stress and anxiety and is very active on social media to spread knowledge and motivation to others in the same situation.

Lucas is originally from Buenos Aires and has traveled the world to study yoga and Buddhist philosophy. He teaches Mindful Yin, Restorative, Yoga Therapy, Yoga Nidra, Mindfulness and Meditation, and has more than 3,500 hours of teaching experience.

Lucas is also a trained Buddhist therapist with a background in neuroscience and anatomy.
A more knowledgeable, down to earth and loving yoga teacher would be hard to find!

In 2017, he had to use everything he knew about yoga and recovery to overcome a life-threatening brain tumor and subsequent surgery. One year later, he is on stage giving a lecture at the prestigious TEDx and is writing a book about dealing with life-changing crises using yoga and meditation as practical and down-to-earth tools.

Kimhye Jin

Kimhye is originally from South Korea but was adopted to Norway when she was four years old. She grew up in a creative and safe environment, with lots of love and spirituality as a natural part of growing up.

Her father was a famous actor, and her mother was a singer and actress before she started a whole new direction within alternative medicine and Ayurveda. She learned to meditate as a 9-year-old and called herself a Buddhist from a very early age.

Kimhye has a background as a professional dancer and artist in addition to building lifestyle businesses including dance, fitness, and yoga. She is the founder of The Shala Yoga & Mindfulness and has dedicated large parts of her life to studying spirituality and how to transform blockages, negative emotions, and traumas into freedom. She also hosts the podcast TANTRA The Rebel Path co-hosted by Lucas.

She is a certified Life Coach, EFT therapist, meditation teacher, Yin Yoga 25h, and RYT 200h Vinyasa teacher.

Chloë Nemier

Chloë Nemier is originally from Vancouver, Canada, and trained as a dancer, fitness, pilates, and Hatha / Yin 200h instructor.

She is passionate about body awareness and movement and is an anatomy geek who is always looking for more knowledge and experience. She loves helping people reach their personal goals and is always there for students and colleagues who need tips or advice on good exercises and techniques.

Chloë strongly believes in combining focus and form with a lot of fun. If you think the anatomy is boring, this girl will make you change your mind.

Liv Lillehei

Liv is from Washington, D.C. and a classically trained dancer since the age of 5, training with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Washington Ballet, The Royal Danish Ballet (scholarship winner), and Den Norske Opera & Ballet.

Liv is certified in pilates, stretching, and Hatha/Yin 200h. She loves to sing and dance, performing random acts on Broadway, so don`t get surprised if she starts to sing in one of her classes. Technique and muscle awareness are important and serious but having fun is just as important.

Liv makes her classes playful and enjoyable and loves adjustments and free flow.

Practical Section

1
FAQ about the training
9 min

Lucas and Kimhye is answering the most frequently asked questions about this training.

2
YTT200h Manual and Asana Workbook
3
Connect with the community on FB
4
Join our Weekly Hangouts
5
Book live-stream classes
6
Ask us questions 1-1
7
Practicum

WEEK 1 - INTRODUCING YOU TO YOGA

1
Introducing you to Gathastha Yoga
6 min

Lucas & Kimhye is explaining the focus of the first part of your training.

2
What are you going to see in this week?
3 min

Lucas explains what you will learn in the first week.

3
Practicum: Pawanmuktasana Series 1
30 min
4
Practicum: Sun Salutation Yoga Sequence
29 min

Welcome

1
Welcome to this training
7 min

Get more familiar with Kimhye & Lucas and how to prepare yourself for the training to becoming a Yoga teacher.

2
Why Hatha?

Learn why Hatha is the foundation for this training.

3
What about the Mindful Yin?

In this lesson you´ll learn why Yin is important.

4
What can you expect from this training?
5
The power of lineage
5 min
6
Invocation and Mantra
7
Journaling

Dynamics Of Yoga

1
What is the Yogic Journey?
8 min

Most of the Courses on Yoga tend to emphasise the more tangible, physical potentialities of applied yoga, such as asana and pranayama.

2
What is Yoga?
3
Meditation is the goal of Yoga
7 min

Creating Your Personal Practice

1
Why is it important to have one?
6 min
2
Creating space and time
8 min
3
What can be your Yoga practice?
3 min
4
How to use the Practicum section to create your personal practice
2 min

History And Philosophy Of Vedic Yoga

1
What is relevant in Yoga history?
2
The Vedas
3
The Tantras
4
The Upanishads
5
The Bhagavad Gita
20 min (Audio)
6
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
1 hour (Audio)
7
Hatha Yoga Pradipika
30 min (Audio)

Introduction to Asana

1
Breaking Down Surya Namaskar
30 min
2
What is Asana?
3
The Asanas in the Classical Yoga
4
Classification of postures
5
Which Asanas are we going to study?

Self Assessment

1
Week 1 Comprehension

WEEK 2 - GETTING TO KNOW THE BODY

1
What are you going to study this week?
4 min
2
Practicum: Hip Opening Yoga Sequence
3
Practicum: Warm Up Yoga Sequence

History And Philosophy The Birth Of Yoga

1
The Eight Limbs of Yoga
2
Gheranda Samhita
30 min (Audio)
3
Yoga Today

The Three Yogas

1
The Road to Enlightenment
2
Ghatastha Yoga (the Physical Yoga)
3
Hatha-Kriya Yoga (the Energetic Yoga)
4
Raja Yoga (the Mental Yoga)

Introduction to Anatomy for Asana

1
Why is it important for a Yoga Teacher to learn this?
2
Meet Chlöe, your Anatomy instructor
3 min

Anatomy for Asana - Terms & Motion

1
Motion and Terms
16 min
2
Motion and Terms (Graphics)
3
Connective Tissue
4 min
4
Ligaments and Tendons
4 min
5
Fascia
7 min

Anatomy for Asana - Skeletal System

1
The Skeletal System
3 min
2
The Skeletal System (Graphics)
3
The Bones
6 min
4
The Bones (Graphics)
5
The Spine
6 min
6
The Spine (Graphics)

Anatomy for Asana - Joints

1
The Joints
15 min
2
Types of Joints
3
The Cartilage
4 min
4
Characteristics of Synovial Joints
5
Key Synovial Joints of the Body
6
Factors Limiting Synovial Joint Movement
7
Comparing the Upper and Lower Extremities
8
Range Of Motion
10 min

Self Assessment

1
Week 2 Comprehension

WEEK 3 - EMBODYING THE ASANAS

1
What is new for you this week?
5 min

Anatomy for Asana - Muscular System

1
What is The Muscular System?
9 min
2
Structure of The Muscular System
4 min
3
Action of The Muscular System
14 min
4
Reconstruction of Scar Tissue
5
Head & Neck Muscles
22 min
6
Facial Muscles
7
Trunk Muscles
25 min
8
Pelvic and the Pelvic Floor Muscles
9
Core Stability
10
Movement of the shoulder
30 min
11
Upper Limb Muscles
12
Lower Limb Muscles
13
Limb Muscle Pattern

Asana - Warming Up Postures

1
Pawanmuktasana
2
Pawanmuktasana Series 1
30 min
3
Pawanmuktasana Series 2
12 min
4
Pawanmuktasana Series 3
13 min

Asana - Relaxing Poses

1
Savasana
10 min

Asana - Standing Poses

1
What is the Pada Bandha?
2
Samasthiti (Attention Pose)
3
Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
10 min
4
Utkatasana (Chair Pose)
10 min
5
Virabhadrasana I (Warrior Pose I)
9 min
6
Virabhadrasana II (Warrior Pose II)
8 min
7
Virabhadrasana III (Warrior Pose III)
9 min
8
Utthita Trikonasana (Extended Triangle Pose)
6 min
9
Parivrtta Trikonasana (Revolved Triangle Pose)
7 min
10
Parsvottanasana (Intense Side Stretch Pose)
10 min
11
Malasana (Garland Pose)
11 min
12
Utthita Parsvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose)
7 min
13
Parivrtta Parsvakonasana (Revolved Side Angle)
7 min

Asana - Balance Poses

1
Vrksasana (Tree pose)
12 min
2
Ardha Chandrasana (Half Moon Pose)
8 min
3
Garudasana (Eagle pose)
8 min
4
Natarajasana (Dancer pose)
10 min

Asana - Forward Bending Poses

1
Benefits
2
Uttanasana (Standing Forward Fold)
10 min
3
Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog)
15 min
4
Apanasana (Wind release pose)
4 min
5
Dandasana (Staff Pose)
7 min
6
Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)
15 min
7
Janu Sirsanana (Head on knee pose)
10 min
8
Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (Revolved Head to Knee pose)
11 min
9
Marichyasana (Sage Twist Pose)
20 min
10
Supta Padangusthasana (Reclining Big Toes)
12 min
11
Navasana (Complete Boat Pose)
8 min
12
Balasana (Child Pose)
8 min

Self Assessment

1
Week 3 Comprehension

WEEK 4 - ASANAS IN DEPTH

1
What is new for you this week?
2 min

Asana - Back Bending Poses

1
Benefits
2
Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose)
13 min
3
Urdhva Chakrasana (Wheel Pose)
13 min
4
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
14 min
5
Shalabhasana (Locust Pose)
12 min
6
Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
15 min
7
Supta Virasana (Reclining Hero)
12 min
8
Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (Upward Facing Dog)
18 min
9
Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)
10 min
10
Ustrasana (Camel Pose)
12 min
11
Eka Pada Raj Kapotanasana (One Leg King Pigeon Pose)
15 min
12
Bhekasana (Frog Pose)
15 min
13
Purvottanasana (Upward Plank Pose)
9 min

Asana - Hip Openers

1
Benefits
2
Upavistha Konasana (Seated Straddle Pose)
13 min
3
Parighasana (Gate Pose)
9 min
4
Padmasana (Lotus pose)
18 min

Self Assessment

1
Week 4 Comprehension

WEEK 5 - THE RISHIKESH SERIES

1
Introducing you to Hatha Kriya Yoga
8 min
2
Start bringing the pieces together!
4 min

Asana - Twisting Postures

1
Benefits
2
Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half Lord of the Fishes Pose)
8 min

Asana - Inversions

1
Sirsasana (Headstand Pose)
17 min
2
Salamba Sarvangasana (Supported Shoulder Stand)
14 min

Asana - The Rishikesh Series

1
Introduction to the Series
2 min
2
1. Sirsasana (Headstand)
5 min
3
2. Sarvangasana (Shoulderstand)
3 min
4
3. Halasana (Plow)
3 min
5
(Optional) Ardha Setubandhasana (Half Bridge Pose)
6
4. Matsayasana (Fish Pose)
3 min
7
(Optional) Poorvottanasana (Inclined Plane)
8
5. Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)
5 min
9
6. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
3 min
10
7. Shalabhasana (Locust Pose)
3 min
11
8. Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)
4 min
12
(Optional) Sukha Gomukhasana (Easy Cow Face)
13
9. Ardha Matsyendrasana (Spinal Seated Twist)
5 min
14
10. Sukha Kakasana (Easy Crow Pose)
4 min
15
11. Padahastasana (Standing Forward Fold)
3 min
16
12. Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
3 min

Self Assessment

1
Week 5 Comprehension

WEEK 6 - CREATING CLASSES YOURSELF

1
What are we going to explore this week?
2 min

Your Class Practice

1
Drishti – What it is, and how to practice it
2
General Parameters to Create a Class
3
The Theme
4
The Creation of a Sankalpa
5
The Heart of a Yoga Class
6
Let’s recap what we learnt
7
Cycle of a Full Class (an Example)
8
How to Create a Class Planner

Assisting The Students

1
General Considerations
2
Types of Assisting
3
Rules of Alignment
4
Rules of Adjustments

Bring Adjustments to Life

1
Adjustments in a class environment part 1
12 min
2
Adjustments in a class environment part 2
15 min
3
4
Trikonasana Downward Fold
22 min

Self Assessment

1
Week 6 Comprehension

WEEK 7 - MOVING YOUR ENERGY

1
What is new this week?
2 min

Pranayama

1
Why isn’t “breath control” the best translation
2
Understanding the nature of the practice
1,5 hour (Audio)
3
Pranayama Practice
23 min
4
The Aspect of Pranayama
5
Type of Prana
6
The Breathing Modes
7
Classical Pranayamas

Anatomy for Pranayama - Respiratory System

1
The breath as a bridging mind and body
2
Upper Respiratory Tract
3
Lower Respiratory Tract
4
The Lungs
5
The Work of Breathing

Bandhas

1
What are the Bandhas?
2
Moola Bandha (the Root Lock)
3
Uddiyana Bandha (the Lift Generating Lock)
4
Jalandhara Bandha (the Throat Lock)
5
The subtle work
1 hour (Audio)

Self Assessment

1
Week 7 Comprehension

WEEK 8 - THE BODY ELECTRIC

1
What you will discover during this week
4 min

Subtle Anatomy

1
Subtle Body
5 min
2
The Three Bodies
5 min
3
Pancha Kosha
8 min
4
The Chakras
10 min
5
What are Chakras?
20 min
6
Granthis
2 min
7
The Nadis
2 min
8
Kundalini
2 min
9
Inside Each Chakra
15 min
10
Bija Mantras
2 min

Anatomy for Chakras - Endocrine System

1
Description and Functions
5 min

Mudras

1
What are the Mudras?
3 min
2
Chin Mudra
3 min
3
Garuda Mudra
4 min
4
Apana Mudra
4 min
5
Anjali Mudra
3 min
6
Varuna Mudra
3 min
7
Kali Mudra
3 min
8
Ganesha Mudra
3 min
9
Namaskar Mudra
3 min

Self Assessment

1
Week 8 Comprehension

WEEK 9 - YOGA AS A TOOL TO THRIVE

1
Introducing you to Raja Yoga
2
What tools are you going to learn this week?
5 min

Yoga Nidra

1
What is Yoga Nidra?
20 min (Audio)
2
How to build a Sankalpa for your practice
5 min (Audio)
3
Yoga Nidra Theory
20 min (Audio)

Introduction to Yoga Therapy

1
Yoga as a form of Therapy
2 min
2
Samkhya Philosophy
3
Introduction to Ayurveda
4
Vata Dosha
5
Pitta Dosha
6
Kapha Dosha
7
Where can Yoga help?

Anatomy for Yoga Therapy

1
Cardiovascular System
2
Digestive System

Self Assessment

1
Week 9 Comprehension

WEEK 10 - THE ROYAL PATH

1
What are we going to learn here?
4 min

Introduction to Raja Yoga

1
What is Raja Yoga?
2
Contemplation- calming and healing the mind
3
Mindfulness- The Buddhism in the Western
4
The meaning of Mindfulness
5
How Mindfulness Can Impact our Mental Health
6
The Levels of Consciousness

Anatomy for Meditation - Nervous System

1
What is the Nervous System?
2
The Brain
3
The Cerebrum’s Left and Right Hemispheres
4
What Are the 4 Lobes of the Brain?
5
The Cerebellum
6
The Brain Stem
7
Functions of the Nervous System
8
Parts of the brain
9
The Vagus Nerve

Self Assessment

1
Week 10 Comprehension

WEEK 11 - MEDITATION IN ACTION

1
Your meditation toolbox gets expanded
2 min
2
Meditation is the goal of Yoga
7 min

Raja Yoga - Meditation

1
Meditation
2
Meditation in Yoga
3
Before We Begin

Nada Yoga Meditation

1
What is “Nada Yoga”?
2
Bindu
3
The meaning of practicing Nada Yoga
4
The four levels of sound
5
What is Mantra Meditation?
15 min
6
13 mantras used in our practices

Ajapa Japa Meditation

1
Mala Meditation and the use of Japa Mala
2
The Mala Beads
8 min
3
Empowering Malas and Mantras

Yoga Nidra Meditation

1
Yoga Nidra History and Origins
2
Sankalpa
3
Yoga Nidra as a Healing tool
4
Into the practice

Self Assessment

1
Week 11 Comprehension

WEEK 12 - YIN YOGA

1
What are you going to discover in this week?
3 min

Yin Yoga - The Theory

1
Origins of the Practice
3 min
2
Into the Daoist / Taoism philosophy
3
How the body works inside
4
Yin vs Restorative Yoga
5
The Three Tattvas
6
The Theory Behind the Movement
7
Why does Yin Yoga help to heal us?
8
How to Breathe in a Yin Yoga Practice?
9
The Meridians

Yin Yoga - The Asanas

1
Going into the Practice
2
Yin Asana Archetypes
3
Anahatasana (Posture of the Melting Heart)
4
Ankle Stretch
5
Bananasana
6
Bridge (Supported Bridge)
7
Butterfly
8
Half Butterfly
9
Cat Pulling Its Tail
10
Caterpillar
11
Child Pose
12
Dangling
13
Deer
14
Dragon
15
Frog
16
Happy Baby
17
Reclining Twist
18
Saddle
19
Shoelace
20
Snail
21
Sphinx / Seal
22
Square
23
Squat
24
Straddle / Dragonfly
25
Swan / Sleeping Swan
26
Toe Squat
27
Savasana

Yin Yoga - The Practice

1
Finding The Edge
13 min
2
Functional Approach
30 min
3
Facing the Samskaras in the Stillness
4
How to Create a Yin Krama

Self Assessment

1
Week 12 Comprehension

YOGA PRO (Bonus Module)

1
Introduction to Yoga Pro
7 min
2
The new creative way of thinking
6 min
3
How to set up an online class
4
How to set up a Yoga class
5
The business of Yoga
6
Creating your brand
7
Marketing your business
14 min
8
Social Media Basics
13 min

Build Your Website (Bonus Module)

1
How to get your first 5 clients in two weeks
12 min
2
Get access to your Yoga Teacher website template
14 min

Become A Certified Teacher (EXAM)

1
The role of the Yoga teacher
2
Safety in mixed ability classes
3
Code of Practice
4
Practical info about the exam
3 min
5
Practice Exam Quiz
105 questions
6
Final Exam Quiz
1 question
7
Practical Exam Video
The exam consists of two parts; a final quiz and a short video with you leading a class that you will send to us. You will be well prepared for the quiz as you can test yourself using the same questions that you will see on the final quiz. The video you will simply record using your phone where you lead a 20-minute class. We will review your class and give you uplifting and constructive feedback. In the few rare cases where a class is not approved, you will be able to try again.
Inside the course, you will be able to see when the classes are held in your time zone. You can book classes to get reminders before the event starts, and get a replay link after the session has ended - even if you did not attend live. The live classes are not mandatory.
This training is for anyone who wants to go deeper into yoga to get a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical, philosophical, spiritual, and physical aspects of the practice. Whether you want to work as a teacher or not after completing the training is entirely up to you. Some students participate in the training solely for their own growth, other students start teaching soon after they finish the course.
The short answer is YES. You will be able to join the course, get the certification, and have a very good foundation for your practice! You should expect a steep learning curve and a lot of new information... In order to work as a teacher, however, you will need experience. How much experience you need will vary depending on your background. If you are new to teaching others we recommend getting confident leading classes for friends and seek to assist in classes before you lead a class in a professional setting.
You will able to complete the course in 12 weeks. This the minimal timeline to expect if you are taking the course part-time. It would require approx. 2 hours daily on average. Most students spend a longer time than 12 weeks - this is totally OK! Whether you need 6 months or a full year.... you will be able to complete the exam when YOU are ready.
Yes, the course is Yoga Alliance approved and is hosted by The Shala Yoga & Mindfulness with YA ID 329091. Upon completion of the course, you will receive your certification and are eligible for RYT200.
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Enrolled: 245 students
Duration: 12 weeks
Lectures: 326
Level: Beginner

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Hatha & Yin Yoga Teacher Training 200h
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