200 Hour Residential
Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
It's not a retreat,
but an intensive training
Training in Traditional
Vinyasa Yoga, not a workout
Limited Students in
Upcoming Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Courses - 2023-24
- Jan 03, 2024, 6:30 PM – Jan 28, 2024, 10:00 AM
- Apr 03, 2024, 12:00 PM – Apr 28, 2024, 10:00 AMApr 03, 2024, 12:00 PM – Apr 28, 2024, 10:00 AM3 April - 28 April 2024 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in traditional Vinyasa Yoga practice & philosophy. This is a residential 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in traditional Vinyasa Yoga. This is not a retreat but an intensive yoga teacher training.
Who can apply?
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.
This residential intensive training expects you to be completely dedicated to the practice & philosophy. If you are just interested in some practice, not serious about the learning, this training is not for you.
Purvabhyasa Deepika -
Yoga Teacher Training Preparation
Yoga Teacher Training is not a retreat, but intense, professional training and needs preparation before the training.
But then how to prepare before the training begins?
Once you complete the registration payment, you will get access to your dashboard. This allows you access 'To Purvabhyasa - Preparation for Yoga Teacher Training. This includes videos, audio files, PDF charts, tips for packing for the training etc. This 'Purvabhyasa' is accessible once the registration fee (preparation fee) is paid.
Visit the course details & Select Accommodation
Choose the style of Yoga you are planning to join. Click the course you are taking and click on register. It takes you to choose the accommodation. This leads to submitting the registration form and proceeding to check out.
Get access to 'Purvabhyasa' to prepare for training
Once the registration fee is paid, you will get the confirmation email. You will access 'Purvabhyasa. This is available on the dashboard. Log in to access it to prepare for the training.
Prepare & Pay the balance & Book tickets
Start preparing using Purvabhyasa. You can pay the remaining balance online. Please send an email for an invoice for the remaining balance. You can pay upon arrival in cash also.
What is Vinyasa Yoga?
Vinyasa Yoga is a method of yoga practised wherein the Asanas are practised in a specific order developed by Sri T Krishnamacharya.
It is not just the sequence of Asanas put together, rather, every single asana has its own specific sequence to follow and then a proper sequencing of asanas and finally the proper sequencing of asana families to complete the entire practice of Vinyasa Yoga.
This method of practice is called “Vinyasa Krama“.
What is Tristhana Practice?
Tristhana is a three-fold practice element in Vinyasa wherein the specific Asana, Breath, and Drishti are leading the practice.
The Asana refers to Annamaya Kosha, Breath to Pranamaya Kosha and Drishti to Manomaya Kosha.
This three-fold practice is a traditional way of Vinyasa Yoga practice leading to the practice of Bandha, to Dhyana at later stages.
200 Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
Course Syllabus in detail
Week by Week analysis
Week - 1Accumulation
Traditional Vinyasa Yoga Practice in the morning
Introduction to Yoga and Yogic life
How to practice asanas with safe techniques, tools and tips
Introduction to taking classes
How to teach asanas to beginners and how to offer variations
How to use props
Introduction to Pranayama Practices
Traditional Meditation techniques along with Bhakti Yoga (Kirtans)
Week - 2 Reception
The practice of Traditional Vinyasa Yoga in the morning gets intense
History & origin of Vinyasa Yoga
How to create Vinyasa Yoga modules
The Art of Hands-on Adjustments gets deeper
The advanced tools and techniques for creating and implementing a Yoga class
The teaching of Vinyasa Yoga gets deeper
Getting individual feedback from the teacher on the classes taught.
Practising yoga Kriyas such as Jalaneti and Trataka
The practice of Pranayama, Meditation and Bhakti yoga
Week - 3 Digestion
Building the self-practice - an important aspect of a Yoga Teacher’s life
Understanding the importance of self-practice under the guidance of the teacher
An elaborate study of Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
The practice of teaching theme-based Vinyasa Yoga Classes
Getting feedback on our classes from fellow participants
A detailed analysis of creating Vinyasa Yoga Sequences
Advance Practice of Pranayama & Traditional Meditation techniques
Week - 4 Teaching Practice
Getting the opportunity to teach bigger Vinyasa Yoga classes
Learning Yoga ethics as a teacher
in-depth study of Chakras, Nadis, and Koshas along with their influences on human life
The practice of Yoga Kriyas
Learning different modules of Vinyasa Yoga
Exploring the mantras, the pronunciation emphasis, meaning and classificartions
Advance Practice tips and personal feedback on the practice and teaching
Teacher Training Approach
At Samyak Yoga, the entire Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Course is designed following the Vinyasa Yoga Tradition.
If you are looking for fitness-based Vinyasa Flow or some dance form-based modern flow practices in the name of Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, this course is not for you.
During Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, we work on practising the traditional Vinyasa Yoga as it is.
Course Fee Includes: -
Transportation from Bangalore Airport
Tuition and training in Traditional Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Manual
One Samyak Yoga T-shirt
One Jalaneti Kit
One Notebook and a pen
06:00 am – 7:30 am
Traditional Vinyasa Yoga
9:30 am – 10:45 am:
11:15 am – 12:30 am:
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm:
Lunch & Svadhyaya
6:00pm – 6:30 PM
7:30 am – 8:0 am
Pranayama & Meditation
08:00 am – 9:30 am:
10:45 am – 11:15 am
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm:
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm:
6:30pm – 7:30 PM
Kirtans & Yoga Anatomy