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200 hours Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Styles: Traditional Hatha Yoga, Hatha Flow, Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga

You would like to be able to teach more than one Yoga style after your 200 h Yoga teacher training course?

Then come and join us for our Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training in Bali.

In this course we build a strong foundation to understand different styles and paths of Yoga to give you the chance to explore various styles and find the one or ones suiting you best for teaching. Because your own practice and what you teach are two different pairs of shoes.

Our experience showed us that practicing a certain style of Yoga does not necessarily mean that this particular style is your teaching style.

In this 27 days training we give you a broad overview of the traditional and modern teachings of Yoga to set a solid base for your Yoga teacher journey. We want to give you the knowledge and the confidence you need to spread the joy of Yoga.

Your teachers here in Bali are Sandeep Atri and Katharina Austermann.

You can also book your accomodation with us. Find more information here.

Program Highlights

We designed our 200 hours Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training with a strong foundation in traditional Hatha Yoga, as this is the asana based practice all other Yoga styles developed from. But Yoga asana practice is only one limb of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga, the guidelines to life a peaceful and meaningful life. After completing our 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training in Bali we want you to understand the foundation and roots of Yoga, the importance of this ancient philosophy in our every-day-life and how to carry on these teachings. To ensure the quality of our course and to help you track your progress we will have weekly quizzes, one final written exam and a practical exam in which you are going to teach a Yoga class in the style of your choice.

What is the aim of Yoga? What is the Yoga Darshan? What are the paths of Yoga?
Only a few of the questions we are going to address in our Yoga philosophy and history sessions. We will take you back to the origins of Yoga, make our way through its history and discover how it found its way to the west. We will clear up misconceptions about Yoga and will dive deeper into Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras to help you understand the ancient teachings and their relevance today

~ Etmyology and definition of Yoga
~ Aims and objectives of Yoga
~ Yoga eras
~ Paths of Yoga
~ Patanjali Yoga Sutras (Yoga Darshan)
~ Ashtanga Yoga and its relevance today

To really internalize the Sanskrit names of the Yoga asanas, mudras, mantras and pranayama practices a basic understanding of the Sanskrit language is very important. At the end of the course you will be able to recall the Sanskrit names of the different body parts and the asana names, not because you merely memorized them, but because you understand how the names are formed.
Hatha is the foundation of all physically based Yoga practices like asana. In this module you will learn more about the different Hatha Yoga scriptures and the causes of success and failure of your practice. We will explain the guiding principles of the Yogic practice and the differences between Yoga and the physical culture, as there are so many misconceptions about the asana practice.

What is the difference between Hatha Flow and Vinyasa Flow? Who developed Yin Yoga?
After this course we want you to understand the differences and similarities of the four Yoga styles we included in our 200 h Yoga Teacher Training in Bali. We will give you more information about the history of the different styles and you will learn how to teach each of them, so that in the end you have the chance to decide which style suits you best.

~ Hatha Yoga
~ Hatha Flow
~ Vinyasa Flow
~ Yin Yoga

You will get the chance to practice different styles of Yoga every day in the morning. Apart from traditional Hatha Yoga we teach Ashtanga Vinyasa and more the modern styles Hatha Flow, Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga. In these classes the main focus is your own practice. We encourage you to use this training to also deepen your own Yoga practice, because a regular self-practice will be the foundation of all your teaching. It is your source of inspiration and energy and determines your quality as a Yoga teacher. Even though some of us are teachers, we will always be students.

In our asana alignment classes we will then dive deeper into the art of teaching asana. You will learn

~ How to perform more than 150 Yoga postures
~ The benefits and precautions of each asana
~ How to use props like blocks and belts correctly
~ How to integrate conscious breath awareness
~ How to cue your students to get into the postures
~ How to use hands on adjustment under consideration of your students unique body types

In our asana lab we lay the foundation for your future Yoga asana classes. With all these asanas you learn you will be able to create Yoga classes independently of the style you would like to teach.

Did you ever wonder how your teachers plan their classes? How they decide which asana follows the other?
Sequencing and designing a balanced Yoga class are two things you learn in this module.

~ How to prepare yourself for the class
~ How to open a class
~ How to demonstrate the postures
~ How to adjust
~ Which precautions do you have to keep in mind while teaching
~ Tone of voice
~ How to finish/close the class
~ What to do after completing the class
~ Counter poses for each asana
~ How to design balanced classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced students
~ Peak pose sequencing
~ How to design classes with a special focus
~ How to address different levels of students in the same class

In the end of course we will ask you to design two classes for beginners, two for intermediates & two for advanced students.

We cannot conduct a Yoga Teacher Training without speaking about ethics. Sadly, the Yoga field as well as so many other areas of our life, offers space for discrimination and abuse. We want to make you aware of these topics. We will speak about the student – teacher relationship, equity and inclusion, inclusive word choice and cultural appropriation

In this module we will teach you different breathing techniques and introduce you to the art of pranayama – breath expansion.

Breathing
~ Natural breathing
~ Abdominal breathing
~ Thoracic breathing
~ Clavicular breathin
~ Yogic breathing

Pranayama
~ Nadi Sodhana
~ Surya Bhedi
~ Chandra Bhedi
~ Bhramari
~ Sheetali
~ Sheetkari
~ Ujjayi
~ Kapalbhati
~ Bhastrika

The meditation module consists of theory and practice classes. You will learn the 12 steps of meditation, what food helps to better focus and what the ideal time and place is to practice. Apart from that we teach you the basic techniques of meditation, benefits and mindfulness.

Every evening we take 15 minutes to chant mantras together. You might have already experienced the power of certain mantras and how they resonate with you. We will give you time to practice and repeat the mantras together regularly so that they can settle and unfold their potential

~ OM
~ Patanjali Mantra
~ Ganesha Mantra
~ Guru Mantra
~ Anapoorna Mantra
~ Mahamrityunjaya Mantra
~ Gayatri Mantra
~ Shanti Mantra

Thousands of years ago monks and sages in India had an understanding of how the human body works and what it needs to function properly. They realized the importance of equilibrium and the healing powers of Yoga. In yogic anatomy we introduce you to

~ Panch Mahabhut Tattva (Five Elements)
~ Nadi’s (Astral Tubes)
~ Prana & Pancha Prana
~ Pancha Kosha
~ Chakras
~ Bandhas

For you as a future Yoga teacher it is important to know how asanas, pranayama and meditation affect the physical body. In our anatomy and physiology classes we give you an introduction into how the human body is build and how it functions. You will learn about

~ Structural design of the human body
~ Musculoskeletal system
~ Spine and back anatomy
~ Core Anatomy
~ Cardiovascular system
~ Respiratory system
~ Nervous system

Mudras as powerful gestures that change the flow of prana in our bodies. During the practice we can use them to balance the energy. They can either increase or decrease the energy and vitality in certain areas of our body, helping us to come back to a state of equilibrium. We will introduce you to the five classes of mudras and teach you several hand mudra and their effects.

~ Anjali Mudra
~ Jnana Mudra
~ Chin Mudra
~ Dhyana Mudra
~ Prana Mudra
~ Apana Mudra
~ Vayu Mudra
~ Akasha Mudra
~ Prithivi Mudra
~ Varuna Mudra
~ Agni Mudra

If you are not already doing it you get the chance to practice Jala Neti, Kapalbhati and Nauli. These are three of the six Shatkarmas used to purify the body and prepare it for a successful Yoga practice. You will learn the benefits and precautions of all the Shatkarmas and how to perform them in a safe way to clean and purify your body.
Nutrition plays a major role in the yogic lifestyle. The food we consume has a tremendous effect on our health and the quality of our yoga practice. Ancient yogis were already aware of that and designed the “Yogic diet”. You will study the different qualities of food and the effects they have on your body; the components of the yogic diet and how to incorporate it in your life.
Ayurveda is the knowledge of life, over 5000 years old and one of the oldest medical systems on earth. We would like to give you an insight in this fascinating philosophy; explaining you how the five elements are used in healing, how to find out your dosha and how you can integrate ayurvedic teachings in your daily routine.

Eligibility Criteria

Before joining Anandam Yoga School’s 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training in Indonesia Course, you have to fulfill this eligibility criteria.

  • The minimum age to join this course is 18 and the maximum age is 65 years. If you are older than 65 please provide a medical certificate. Your safety is important for us!
  • You should be able to speak, read and write basic English as this course in conducted in English.
  • You have to be open minded and interested to learn the ancient teachings and the traditional way of Yoga.
  • If you are pregnant please provide a medical certificate.
  • You must be physically and mentally healthy and fit.
  • You have to provide a medical certificate if you are going through any treatment or have any major injuries.
  • If you skip classes, abuse drugs or behave unethically during the course, you will not be allowed to continue and the course fee will not be refunded.

Time Schedule

The time schedule is not fixed and can change according to location, teacher availability, weather conditions and general situation.

  • 06:30 to 07:30 am Meditation / Pranayama
  • 07:30 to 07:45 am Shatkarma
  • 07:45 to 09:15 am Yoga asana practice
  • 09:15 to 10:15 am Breakfast
  • 10:15 to 11:15 am Yoga theory / Anatomy and physiology
  • 11:15 to 01:00 pm Asana Alignment
  • 01:00 to 02:00 pm Lunch
  • 02:00 to 02:30 pm Yogic Relaxation
  • 02:30 to 04:30 pm Teaching Methodology / Yoga theory
  • 04:30 to 06:00 pm Mantra Chanting and Self-practice
  • 06:30 to 07:30 pm Dinner
  • 07:30 to 10:00 pm Self study

Upcoming Dates

Upcoming 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training in Indonesia course dates.

31.10.2021 - 27.11.2021
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