Status message

This event has expired.

Advanced Teacher Training 100 hour: Practical Anatomy: The Next Step in Teaching and Adjusting with Integrity

Education sessions will be a combination of theoretical learning and practical application, with a focus on “doing”. In addition to learning about movement mechanics and actions involved in asana, we will explore and apply what it means to adjust adhering to ahimsa and integrity. Through understanding proper alignment we can encourage practitioners to go beyond the body and find the internal practice.

Additionally, we will learn about sequencing, verbal cues and use of silence in class.


55/20-24 Moo 4, Tambon Namuang,, Koh Samui Surathani, TH 84140

Type of Event

  • Teacher Training

Yoga Styles



Jun 13 to
Jun 27
10:00 amto03:00 am

The Daily Schedule
The program begins at 5pm on the first day of the retreat with a group welcome and departure is at 12pm on the last day.
The schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the teacher.

7 am Morning tea
7 am Seated Practice: Day Opening, Mantra, Pranayama
8 am Asana Practice: Ashtanga Vinyasa Mysore Style
10 am – 1 pm Brunch buffet
3 – 5 pm Practical Anatomy Education Sessions
5 – 6 pm Q&A and Applied Practical Session/Restorative Practice
6 – 8 pm Dinner buffet
6 – 8 pm Steam room available
7:30 pm Optional Evening Program –Video, Tratak, Kirtan, or Meditation



Single superior room 83,580 THB per person
Semi-Private room 75,180 THB per person
Share two bedroom loft 66,780 THB per person

The rate is inclusive of:
Full yoga program
Fully equipped accommodation with AC
Full brunch and dinner buffets
Mineral drinking water
Herbal steam room
Salt water swimming pool
Wi Fi internet
Service charge
VAT government tax
Thank you and we look forward to you joining us.

Full Description

We will go over in detail and practice adjustments from the Ashtanga Primary Series, as well as key poses and preparations up to Dwi Pada Sirsasana in Second Series, for those practicing these poses themselves. Participant requests to review particular adjustments will be covered as time permits.

Teachers will leave feeling confident in adjusting students and practitioners will gain insight into their own body and practice.

Topics include:
Introduction to Movement Mechanics
How movement is learned & created
The kinetic chain
Cueing movement vs. direction in teaching
Basic exercise physiology: stretching, strength and balance
The pathway to injury
Actions of Asana
Breathing & bandhas
Entering, exiting and being in asana
Forward bending
Hip internal & external rotation
Back bending
Adjusting Beyond Alignment
How to know if a student is straining (not only physically)
How much to adjust, what is appropriate and when
How to encourage and help people find the internal practice, using proper alignment to help students transcend the physical posture
Adjusting with integrity (adhering to ahimsa)
Sequencing and Verbal Cues
How to sequence a beginner, basic, and intermediate level “flow” or “vinyasa” class
Frameworks for restorative classes, with detailed outlines of classes
Sequencing that makes sense anatomically and energetically
Appropriate verbal cues for intended results
How to use silence in a class (when to talk and when to be quiet)