200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course

  • Marga Yoga Marga Yoga
  • Koh Phangan, Ko Pha-ngan District, Surat Thani, Thailand
  • Jun 1 - 22, 2019 (22 days)

Schedule

DAILY SCHEDULE

7am – Meditation 7.30am– Asana Practice 9.30am – Breakfast 11am – Karma Yoga 12-1.30pm – Lecture 1 -Yoga Philosophy 1.30pm Lunch 2.30-3.30pm – Lecture 2 -Anatomy & Asana theory 4pm – Asana Practice 6pm – Dinner 7pm – Meditation 7.30pm Questions & Answers 8-9.30pm – self study

10pm – lights out

About This Event

The 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training program aims at developing a strong, lasting foundation for all students who wish to deepen their own personal practice and for students who wish to attain advanced level of yoga practice and knowledge.

COURSE SYLLABUS

HATHA YOGA
What is Hatha yoga ?
Principles of Hatha Yoga
Explanation of Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha (Practice & Benefits)
PRANAYAMA

Different types of breathing

Definition of Prana

Science of the breath (Prana, Apana, Udyana, Samana, Vijana)

Ida, Pingala and Sushumna Nadi

Pranayama practices: Abdominal breathing, Full Yogic Breath, Kapalabhati, Nadi Shodan, Bramhari Pranayama

ASANA
Surya Namaskar (Different variations)
Basic Postures (Standing, Sitting, Back bends, Inversions, Twist, Arm balance Postures)
Asana Variations (from Intermediate to Advanced)
Body Alignment
Yoga Nidra

Also: Yoga for pregnancy, Yoga for children, Yoga for elderly

MUDRA
Explanation and importance of Mudra according to Hatha Yoga
Types of Mudra
Practice of Jnana & Chin Mudra
Physical, Mental and spiritual Benefits of Mudra

BANDHA
Explanation of Bandha
Different types of Bandhas and practice

MEDITATION
What is Meditation
Difference between Dharana and Dyhana
Types of meditation
Breathing Meditation
Mantra Meditation
Walking Meditation

YOGA NIDRA
Definition of sleep and benefits
The 3 states of consciousness
What is Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra Practices
YOGA PHILOSOPHY
What is Yoga ?
History of Yoga
Types of yoga
The five kosha (bodies)
Explanation of Self-realization and liberation
Explanation of consciousness
Eight limbs of Yoga

Bhagavad Gita
YOGIC ANATOMY
What is Yogic Anatomy and physiology?
The systems of the body
Effects of Asana and Pranayama on the body systems
Know the basic studies and types of joints to avoid injury during Asana classes
Diet and Nutrition
ADJUSTMENT AND ALIGNMENT
Practicing Asana correctly
Front, side and back bending
The use of props
Various style of Asana and their benefits
Contra-indications of specific yoga practices
Yoga Therapy
KRIYAS
Introduction of Kriyas according to classical Hatha Yoga
Practice of Jala Neti and Sutra Neti (Cleansing Mucus or blockages from nasal passages and sinus) and Tatraka
Tongue cleaning
MANTRA
Introduction of Mantra yoga
Importance of (OM)-AUM
CHAKRAS
Explanation of the 7 main chakras
How chakras work physically and emotionally
Asana & Pranayama for each chakra
Chakra meditation

KIRTAN

Musical recitation of hymns, mantras and the praise of deities

KARMA YOGA

The concept of seva will be introduced and explained. Students will participate in Karma Yoga activities inside the yoga centre during the course.

Accommodations

Wooden en suite fan bungalows with hot water situated at Khao Raa in Koh Phangan. The Bungalows are situated at a jungle location close to waterfalls in beautiful surroundings

Amenities

  • Free Wifi
  • Towels
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Cafe
  • Restaurant
  • Yoga Studio

Menu Types

  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Dairy Free

Menu/Cuisine

Vegetarian and vegan Thai food

Directions

Khao Raa bungalows is situated at a jungle location close to waterfalls. Khao Raa is an ideal location to immerse in yogic studies as it is very peaceful.

The nearest pier is Tongsala Pier where the main boats arrive. From the pier Khao Raa can be reached by taxi in about 20 minutes.

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