200 Hour Residential
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
Samyak Yoga, Mysore India
You Should Know
It is not a retreat, an intensive training
Training in Traditional Hatha Yoga
Limited Students Intake
Upcoming Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Courses 2022
06 Nov – 30 Nov 2021
200-Hour Residential Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
4 Feb – 28 Feb 2022
200 – Hour Residential Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
04 June – 28 June 2022
200- Hour Residential Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
Covid-19 – Payments & Refunds
Though there is a strictly no-refund policy at Samyak Yoga Institution, due to this unusual situation of the pandemic, the registration fee is refunded if the training is cancelled due to a lockdown in Mysore. Please note that there is no refund for the cancellations of your participation due to personal reasons. If there is a cancellation of flight/ unavailability of a transiting flight due to pandemic effect, the registration can be transferred to a future training. In this case, the registration fee can be transferred to any future course you wish to attend. Please refer to “Terms & Conditions” for more details.
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Fees
Early Bird Discount
If your registration payment of 30,000 INR is received 2 months in advance to the beginning of the course, the course fee will be 65,000 INR in total (10,000 INR discounted for Early Birds)
30,000 (Registration Fee) +
45,000 INR (Remaining Balance)
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
Registration: How does it work?
Registration Fee & Welcome Kit
Complete the registration payment using our payment portal / Bank Transfer. We will get back to you with “Purvabhyasa Deepika (Yoga Teacher Training Preparation)”which gives an introduction to Ashram, Teachers, tips for packing and preparation for the training.
Remaining Payment & Arrival details
Complete the remaining payment online via our Payment Portal or inform that you will pay in cash on arrival (Course Fee payment) and share your flight name & number, arrival date & time. Your transportation will be arranged,
- Ayurveda Based Food
- Transportation from Bangalore Airport
- Tuition and training in Traditional Hatha Yoga
- Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Manual
- One Samyak Yoga T-shirt
- One Jalaneti Kit
- One Notebook and a pen
- WiFi Facility
More about this training
Who can apply for the training?
If you are interested in deepening the practice and possibly planning to take this passion of teaching Hatha Yoga as your profession, this course is for you.
The certification of 200 Hour Intensive Hatha Yoga Teacher Training is accredited to Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance Professionals.
You must have completed Covid-19 vaccination before the training begins. It is mandatory to get vaccinated in order to be pary of residential training.
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
The Course Syllabus
Traditional Hatha Yoga Practice
The early morning practice brings you the traditional style of Hatha Yoga. This practice is built slowly from the first week to the last week. The intensity gets deeper from intermediate to advanced levels of practice.
You will be discovering Subtle Alignments of every asana with its variations, techniques and tips to practice are explored every day in Asana Clinic. As a skilled Hatha Yoga Teacher, you should know the safe practices as well as different levels of teaching the same asanas. It is also important to explore, practice and get the experience of Art of Hands-on Adjustments. These Hands-on Adjustments can really enhance your understanding of asanas and teaching Hatha Yoga.
You will also be working on building your own Self Practice as this is one of the aspects yoga teachers lack. You will work on the building, tasting the personal practice of Hatha Yoga, the foundation of a Hatha Yoga Teacher.
Build your Self Practice
Practicing and Teaching go hand in hand. The more you practice, better your teaching. As you evolve as a Hatha Yoga Teacher, building your personal practice gets harder.
During Hatha Yoga Teacher Training, we focus on building your self-practice of Hatha Yoga. It involves on how to prepare for the self-practices and how to find the progress in your personal journey of Hatha Yoga Practice.
‘Abhyasa’ – Regular Practice
Making of a Hatha Yoga Teacher
It is not sufficient if you have a good practice of Traditional Hatha Yoga. It is also not sufficient if you know the philosophy of Yoga or even how to teach the asanas. It is a requirement of a better-refined Yoga teacher that you know how to sequence your own Traditional Hatha Yoga class. We discuss the Do’s & Don’ts of creating Hatha Yoga class sequences, work on the timing of them, find the modifications if required and so on. This is one of the essentials for you on the path of becoming a Yoga Teacher.
Making of a Yoga Teacher
The Art of Hands-on Adjustments
It is an important aspect of exploring the skeleton of asanas. As you assist and adjust someone, you will be able to understand the techniques, different body types etc. It enhances your understanding of asanas in a deeper way. The Hands-on Adjustments is an art.
During the training, you will be working on every asana with regards to “how to practice, subtle techniques, modifications, the art of hands-on Adjustments” etc.
A skilled Yoga Teacher will know how the human body moves and what would be the impact of the movement. If Yoga is balance between the movement and stability, understanding of human system is the foundation for it. You may not need to know the name of every muscle, but the concepts, systems and the methodology of the practice is a must. Yoga Anatomy sessions are focusing on safe, proper practice of asana and pranayama with fundamental understanding of Yoga Anatomy.
Teach to Learn
You become a better Hatha Yoga Teacher when you keep your student within alive and afresh. You become a better student when you teach. During the training, you will be teaching every day from Day-2 under the guidance of the Lead Teacher. As you teach, you will have more questions. The more you find questions, your knowledge of Yoga practice gets firm. This is the foundation of finding the Yoga Teacher within.
Learn & Teach Pranayama
Pranayamas are always the under-rated, the most needed part of the practice. Most often, we do not know how to practice or we may not have built the taste of regular practice. During the training, we strive to inculcate the regular practice of Pranayama so that it becomes a part of your daily routine.
You will also be required to teach Pranayama. The more you teach, better will be your practice. It allows you to get more equipped Hatha Yoga Teacher.
Yoga Philosophy is very fascinating. But when presented/taught bad, it seems boring. During the training, we discuss Yoga Philosophy not as information, but how it can be implemented in daily life. It is very transformative to dig the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Chakras, Nadis & Koshas etc.
Practicing Jala Neti & Trataka are significant as they enhance your ability to purify the respiration and enhance the focus of the mind respectively. These are the two major tools we require on the path of Yoga.
Read: 6 Yoga Kriyas
Your asana practice is a proper foundation to build the state of meditation within. For a yoga Practitioner, it is one of the most significant aspects to cultivate the habit of meditating properly everyday.
Tentative Time Table
6:30 am – 08:30 am – Traditional Hatha Yoga Practice
08:30 am – 10:00 am – Breakfast Break
10:00 am – 11:30 am – Yoga Philosophy
11:30 am – 11:45 am – Tea Break
11:45 am – 01:30 pm – Asana Clinic and Teaching Methodology
01:30 pm – 04:30 pm – Lunch & Break
04:30 pm – 06:00 pm – Theme based practices & Teaching Practice
06:00 pm – 06:30 pm – Break
06:30 pm – 07:30 pm – Pranayama and Meditation
07:30 pm – Dinner
Know Your Yoga Trainer
Lead Yoga Teacher
Is it safe for a single female traveler to travel alone?
It is completely safe to travel to Samyak Yoga. Our staff will be waiting for you to welcome you at the arrival gate of the airport. You will be traveling in Fly Bus to Mysore and from Mysore centre another staff of Samyak Yoga will drive you to the ashram.
Should I wait for other students during pick up at the airport?
No. Our staff will be waiting for your arrival and will help you with transportation as soon as you arrive at the arrival gate. However, if someone is traveling on the same flight that of you, we will let you know in advance and you can travel together.
What about money exchange?
You can make any remaining payment at Samyak Yoga in any currency. However, you will need some INR for your shopping. You can exchange your currency into INR during your visit to Mysore city during day-off.
What can I do during my day-off?
Every 7th day of the training will be day off typically. If the situation is conducive, you may plan to visit the mysore city. Otherwise, you can enjoy your leisure time at the bank of Cauvery here.
Can I follow my Vegan food preferences?
Though we have a delicious food menu prepared under the guidance of Ayurveda doctors, we do have options for students who prefer a Vegan diet. Some students have lactose/gluten intolerance. Though the food options are minimum, we do try our best to offer the delicious food during your training.
When should I have my flight back?
You will be able to schedule your flight back from Kempegowda Airport Bengaluru on the day of “Deekshanta Ceremony” after 6:00 PM (evening). Please note that you won’t be able to leave on the previous Day.
Tips & Things to Know
Yoga Teacher Training Guide
Yoga Teacher Training includes the transportation from the airport, food and accommodation at Samyak Yoga Ashram. Please visit the link mentioned below for the details which help you in better organising yourself for intensive Yoga Teacher Training.