200 Hour Traditional
Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
You Should Know
It is not a retreat, an intensive training
Training in Traditional Vinyasa Yoga
Limited students intake
What is Vinyasa Yoga?
Vinyasa Yoga is a method of yoga practised wherein the Asanas are practised in a specific order. 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“.
Tristhana is a three-fold practice element in Vinyasa wherein the specific Asana, Breath, and Drishti are leading the practice.
The Asana referring 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.
Teacher Training Approach
At Samyak Yoga, the entire Vinyasa Yoga practice 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 practicing the traditional Vinyasa Yoga as it is.
The Yoga Ashram
Yoga Teachers & Tradition
Lead Yoga Teacher
Lead Yoga Teacher
Course Syllabus – Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
- 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 for beginners and offering variations
- How to use props
- Introduction to Pranayama Practices
- Traditional Meditation techniques along with Bhakti Yoga (Kirtans)
Sevana (Taking In)
- 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 of 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
- Construction of self-practice, an important aspect in a Yoga Teacher’s life
- Understanding the importance of self-practice under the guidance of the teacher
- An elaborate study of energy centres in the body i.e Chakras & Nadis
- Teaching Vinyasa Yoga with more intensity, bigger classes and bigger durations
- Getting feedback on our classes from fellow participants
- Preparing the Vinyasa Yoga Modules
- Advance Practice of Pranayama & Traditional Meditation techniques
- Getting the opportunity to teach bigger Vinyasa Yoga classes
- Learning Yoga ethics as a teacher
- Exploring impact of Chakras and Nadis on the lifestyle.
- Learning different modules of Vinyasa Yoga
- Exploring the meaning and usage of Mantras in the classes
- Advance Practice tips and personal feedback on the practice and teaching
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.
A Complete Vinyasa Yoga Class
Tentative Time Table
6:30 AM – 8:30 AM – Traditional Vinyasa Yoga Practice
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM – Breakfast Break
10:00 AM – 11.30 AM – Asana Clinic
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM – Tea Break
11:45 AM – 01:30 PM – Teaching Methodology
01.30 PM – 4:30 PM – Lunch Break
04:30 PM – 6:00 PM – Yoga Philosophy
6:00 PM – 6:30 PM – Shower break
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM – Kirtans, Pranayama & Meditation