200H Hatha Yoga TTC with Yoga Alliance USA - Veg food & accomodation incluyed

Event Highlights

  • In our school we have cozy and clean accommodations with:
  • + Pvt or shared Rooms w/bath . Rooms with A/AC
  • + Safe box for valuables in the room
  • + Electricity and water 24 hs
  • + CCTV and Security 24 hs
  • + Filtered water
  • + Laundry Machine
  • + Wifi
  • Roof Top
  • + Souna ( group )
  • + Jacuzzi Open sky
  • + Chill Out, space.
  • + Nirvana Cafe: Veg food is served to breakfast, lunch & dinner.


6am to 7.45 – Level 1 & 2 Asana Practice
8am to 9am – Pranayama
9am to 11am – Breakfast and Rest
11am to 1pm – Anatomy/Philosophy
1pm to 3pm – Lunch and Rest
3pm – 5pm – Teaching Methodology
5.30pm – 6.30pm – Meditation
Sunday-Rest day

About This Event

200 Hours Hatha Yoga TTC with Yoga Alliance USA Certification.

200H fees $(contact info blocked) 

Hatha Yoga TTC – Next Available Courses Year 2018
Sep 17 – Oct 13, (contact info blocked)H TTC)
Oct 15 – Nov 10, (contact info blocked)H TTC)
Nov 12 – Dec 15, (contact info blocked)H Advance TTC)
Modules : Level 1 & 2

Course Description.

The course presents strong emphasis on the Classical Hatha Yoga series. Trainees expected to maintain a daily Yoga practice during the training.

The course includes following areas of study.

Asana level 1 & 2

Yogic breathing practice

Anatomy and Physiology for yoga

Philosophy of Pathajali Yoga Sutras

Teaching methodology

Active & Passive Meditations

Ethics and business of Yoga.

100H & 200H with International Yoga Certification
Surya Namaskar
Chandra Namaskar
Asanas  Hatha (100  Asans Level 1 & 2 . Explained in manual. Asana chart Level 1 & 2 for self-practice )
Teaching Methodology Yoga
Philosophy of Patanjali Yoga Sutras    
Active & Passive Meditations
Anatomy and Physiology for yoga  
Yogic breathing Pranayama,
Back Bending & Hip Opening
Ayurveda to Yoga
Mantra chant
Bhakti Yoga - Japa Mala - Yantra - Yagna Meditation
Singing Bowls
Challenge Asana
Course Objectives

*Trainees will be able to practice and teach Level 1 & 2 Asana sequence and able to do self practice and teach

*Trainees will be able to use Yoga accessories Like belt , bricks and bolsters to reach desired goal of Yoga also how to practice / teach Injury free Yoga practice.

*Trainees should able to teach led classes on Level 1 & 2 series, Pranayama and able to lead meditation sessions

Trainees will learn Philosophy of Pathanjali Yoga sutras Samadhi pada & Sadhana Pada.

Trainees will learn Yogic breathing techniques called Pranayama

Trainees will learn Active and passive meditation techniques.

Trainees will learn Applied anatomy for yoga and understand articulation of body parts based on asana’s

* Trainees will learn basic skills in business , Marketing and ethics of Yoga

Asana practice Level 1 & 2 and Teaching methodology ( 100 Hours )

6am to 8am & 3pm to 5pm

1st & 2nd week Level 1: led class focus on basic stretches, Surya namaskar A ( Sun salutations ) , Standing poses, Sitting poses, Supine poses , Prone poses and Finishing sequence . Total 45 Individual asanas will be covered. 2nd week Focus on self practice alignments and adjustments from faculties and Trainee’s.

Afternoon class focus on individual poses,How to practice correctly and alignment, Using Yoga accessaries like belt,bricks,bolsters ,How to lead led class,Hands on adjustment .

3rd & 4th week level 2: Led class focused on Advance stretches, Chandra Namaskar and Advance poses of Standing,Sitting,Supine, Prone and finishing sequences.Total 40 advance Individual poses will be covered.

4th Week Trainees lead the led class and will be abel to give hands on adjustments and alignment . Practical exam evaluated by faculties of Mystic School

Yogic breathing practice (Pranayama 24 Hours ) 8am to 9am

1st and 2nd week: Techniques covered Kapalabhati, Bastrika, Ujjai, Nadi shodana, Surya bhedana, Chendra bedana, Anuloma-Viloma, Shithali, Shitkari and Bramari.

3rd and 4th week : Advance variations of 1st & 2nd week practice , Bandas, Mudra will be added.

4th week : Trainees will lead the class and practical exam evaluated by mystic school faculties.

Pranayama is control of Breath”. “Prana” is Breath or vital energy in the body. On subtle levels Prana represents the Pranic energy responsible for life or life force, and “Ayama” means control. So Pranayama is “Control of Breath”. One can control the rhythms of Pranic energy with Pranayama and achieve healthy “body-mind”.

Anatomy and physiology for Yoga ( 20 Hours ) 11.30am to 1.30pm

Covering some of the basics of muscular skeletal anatomy we will also be looking closely at joint mechanics, where movement comes from, the nature of body tissues and how they are affected through yoga. Sessions will include multimedia presentations, hands on anatomy, case studies of injuries and why difficulties with certain movements can occur.

Lecture’s to include:

Anatomy basics, terminology, movements and surface anatomy
How tissues are affected during asana
The nervous system
The spine and intervertebral Disc
The knee
The hip
The shoulder and elbow
The ankle and Balance
Postural analysis

Meditation ( 24 Hours ) 5.30pm to 6.30pm

Techniques covered: Intoning the sounds , 3rd eye , Nadabrahma , Osho Kundalini , Chakra sounds , Chakra Breathing , Gourishankara , Relaxing body & mind , Conscious sleeping and dreaming , Vipasana and Zazen.

The entire Eight Limbs of the Patanjali system are also sometimes referred to as Dhyana or the meditative path, although strictly speaking, only the last 4 limbs constitute meditation Pratyahara, Dhyana, Dharana, and Samādhi. The preceding steps are only to prepare the body and mind for meditation: Meditation starts by being separate from the mind, by being a witness. That is the only way of separating ourselves from anything.

Many meditative techniques require one to sit still and silent. But for most of us accumulated stress in our body-mind makes that difficult. Before we can hope to access our inner powerhouse of consciousness, we need to let go of our tensions. Active Meditations have been scientifically designed by Osho for the contemporary man.

The activity itself creates the situation in which passivity happens.

Patanjali Yoga Sutras (Aphorisms) 20 Hours (11am to 1pm)

196 Sutras of Pathanjali has divided into 4 chapters

Chapter 1 Samadhi Pada (Concentration)

Chapter 2 Sadhana Pada (Practice)

Chapter 3 Vibhuti Pada (Progressing)

Chapter 4 Kaivalya Pada (Liberation)

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali succinctly outlines the art and science of yoga meditation for self-realization. It is a process of systematically encountering, examining, and transcending each of the various gross and subtle levels of false identity in the mind field, until the jewel of the true Self comes shining through.

When Patanjali codified, or compiled the Yoga Sutras, it was not that a new system was created, but rather, the ancient practices were summarized in an extremely organized and scientific way.

Chapters 1 & 2 will be covered during 200H Hatha Yoga TTC

Ayurvedic Diet , Ethics and business of Yoga ( 12 Hours )

On Saturdays Guest lecturers will be invited to talk on Ayurvedic Yogic diet,Ethics,Cultural and traditional inheritance of Yogic schools of India and how to set up studio to teach Yoga and Business of Yoga.


1. The course will provide full manual which cover all the modules of syllabus.

2. Pre reading of books are mailed students are expected to read themselves from Yoga related professional shop or online

3. Drop box sharing of all course material to keep a copy in computer.


1.The practitioners are expected to have min one year of Any style of yoga practice before they can be accepted onto TTC. The style of yoga can be Shivananda,Hatha,Ashtanga,Power yoga,Bikram,Vinyasa or any other style of Yoga

2.Prior notice is must in case of Practitioners having major injuries,cronical health issues or psychological issues

Evaluation Procedure and grading criteria

1. Trainee will be accessed on asana performance, teaching led class and hands on adjustments

2. Trainee should abel to teach pranayama class including the names of each techniques and contraindications of each techniques.

3. If Trainee get injured during TTC could not abel to continue the course Certification will not be given and school will not offer partial or full refunds.

Please note : last day of TTC course there will be certification distribution ceremony and dinner get together party will be organized.


The trainee should attend 90% of the all the classes during course. In the event of health situation or Injuries students can miss few classes and should take special classes on Sunday.

The trainees once complete the course are eligible to register with Yoga alliance UK and USA certifications. Successful completion of 200H TTC Trainee can choose to attend 300H Hatha Yoga TTC to get certification of 500H Hatha Yoga TTC with Yoga alliance USA 

Hatha 200H TTC Mon to Sat

6am – 7.45 – Hatha Level 1 & 2 Asana practice

8am – 9am – Pranayama

9am – 11am – Breakfast and Rest

11am – 1pm – Anatomy/Philosophy

1pm – 3pm – Lunch and Rest

3pm – 5pm – Teaching Methodology

5.30pm – 6.30pm – Meditation

Sunday- Rest day

We all get the same amount of hours in a day. It´s how you spend those hours that creates a results.

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