200 hours Yoga Teacher certification in India, Himalayas
We offer 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Himalaya Program at Himalayan Yoga Bliss in Darjeeling, India. It is an extensive yoga program authorized by Yoga Alliance that runs over 4 weeks. The course is structured to trigger the passion of a yoga student and train a student to teach others nad dive into the vast philosophy of Yoga.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
- Core Strength
16th November- 12th December' 2015
10% disount for early birds registering 3 months before the course dates
You should join this course if:
> You are not new to yoga and posses a basic knowledge of what Yoga is.
> You would like to improve your own personal practice
> You aspire to acquire a deep insight into your understanding of Yoga, its philosophy, anatomy, Pranayama, Ayurveda and yogic diet.
> You are passionate about discovering the yoga teacher residing in you inherently
> You like to kick start your career as yoga teacher
The course offers a profound foundation in every style of Vinyasa Flow, focusing on accurate alignment of the postures .Your training course will begin with introductory classes of the Primary Series, progresses through a variety of multi style vinyasa flow as you proceed through the series. Technical workshops particularly emphasize on the crucial areas. These workshops are essentially rewarding in terms of assessing the visual progress that you make in your everyday training session. This serves as a reminder too about the fact that yoga is fun and interactive at Himalayan Yoga Bliss center. This is in total contrast to the general view that everyone does have about yoga as dealing exclusively with self-discipline and concentration during the practice. Pranayama that teaches the breathing techniques is also included as a part of the routine of the daily sessions.
Classical Yoga Philosophy is intertwined all through the course. Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras as well as the age old history of yoga will also be introduced as a part of the course. This provides a clear distinction between the classic yoga and its contemporary approach along with their influences on our life.