300-HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING GOA
Agni Yoga India offers a 300-hour fully residential yoga teacher training program that includes a stay at the school. This rigorous intermediate to advanced level course is open to those who have completed their 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course from a Yoga Alliance accredited institution.
You can enhance your yoga practice and develop your knowledge with the help of our 300-hour yoga teacher training programme. You will be able to teach from your heart and from personal experience rather than merely from memory and lectures.
Our yoga teacher training Goa program is a hands-on teacher training course developed to prepare you to teach yoga to students of all skill levels. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to design, practice and teach your own asana flow sequences and confidently instruct.
If you have a strong desire to learn more about yoga, its practices and philosophy, then this course is meant for you. This teacher training course will provide you with a thorough understanding of yoga, regardless of whether you are new to yoga, you are a yoga practitioner or a teacher who wants to learn more or advance your knowledge.
28 DAYS / 27 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION
(HOT WATER / Wi-Fi)
3 DELICIOUS VEGAN / VEGETARIAN
MEALS (BUFFET STYLE)
KNOWLEDGE FROM EXPERIENCED
TEAM OF TEACHERS
- You have successfully completed your 200-hour yoga teacher training program, and want to move to the advanced level.
- You want to dive even deeper into the knowledge of yoga and increase your knowledge.
- You want to go explore your boundaries in the practice of asanas, meditation and other yoga practices.
- You are looking for a safe and well-maintained yoga institute that provides a friendly yet challenging environment to learn and grow.
- You have a strong desire to master your knowledge of yoga asana, pranayama and therapeutic practices.
- You want to learn how to start teaching the spiritual balance between body, mind and soul to other practitioners.
300-Hour Yoga TTC in Goa
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga was founded by K. Pattabhi Jois during the twentieth century. He acquired his knowledge from his Guru, Shri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga emphasises a key component known as a Tristana (three places of action or attention) and Vinyasa, which is a combination of breath and movement.
There are core concepts for Ashtanga vinyasa yoga practice, encompassing the three levels of purification: the body, nervous system and the mind. They are to be performed in conjunction with each other. The Intermediate series is called Nadi Shodhana, which means purification of the nervous system. It strengthens and cleanses the nervous system and the energy channels. The series follows the same progression as the primary series with the addition of intense back-bending asana and other advanced yoga postures.
Traditional Hatha Yoga
Hatha yoga seeks to unite mind, body and spirit through five elements –
Asana (postures), Pranayama (yogic breathing), Mudra (body gestures), Bandha (energy locks) & Shatkarma (inner cleansing).
These body-centred practices under hatha yoga not only strengthen and cleanse the physical body, but they also cultivate prana (life-force energy) and invoke kundalini (dormant spiritual energy).
While practising hatha yoga, you will also have the chance to learn about yin and restorative yoga as part of our 300-hour Yoga TTC. You will be taught intermediate and advanced-level hatha yoga. Spanning over a period of 28 days, this TTC will enhance your experience and knowledge of other yoga practices and traditions as well.
Syllabus for 300-Hour Advanced Yoga TTC in Goa
FUNDAMENTALS OF YOGA
- Getting in depth of yoga sutras by Patanjali
- Vrittis (mental fluctuations) and their classification
- Obstacles and distractions on the path of yoga (concepts of citta-viksepa and antaraya)
- Knowing more about Ashtanga yoga – Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyan, Samadhi
- Consistent practice and non-attachment (Abhayasa and Vairagya)
- The concept of Ishwar (God) in Yoga Sutra
- Panchklesha (5 causes of suffering)
- Concept of siddhi (supernatural power)
- Concept of triguna
- Introduction to Bhagavad Gita
DEEP STUDY OF YOGIC MOVEMENTS
- Introduction of Yoga Therapy
- Physiology & therapeutic benefit of shatkarma
- How to make a Yogic therapy session
- Homeostasis & pH Effect on Health
- Arthritis – osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis
- Back pain – Explanation & Yogic approach
- Endocrine system – importance of glands
- PCOD – polycystic ovary syndrome & Yogic Approach
- Respiratory diseases – COPD & Yogic Approach
- Menstrual cycle & hormones
- Kati Basti – Ayurvedic oil therapy
- Cupping therapy
- Ayurveda & Dincharya
STUDY OF THE HUMAN BODY
- Revision of 200-hrs syllabus
- Body movements
- How does Hatha yoga work on our body
- Muscle Activation
- Imbalances in the body and how to observe them
- Active Muscle stretching techniques
- Passive Muscle stretching
- Anatomy of shoulder joint complex
- How to unlock the flexibility of shoulder
- Anatomy of wheel pose
- Nerve tensioning mudras
- Anatomy of ankle joints and how to enhance their function
- Co-activation of ankle muscles
YOGIC BREATHING PRACTICES
- Introduction to Paranayama
- The pranic body
- Natural Breathing
- Abdominal Breathing
- Thoracic Breathing
- Clavicular Breathing
- Yogic breathing
- Nadi shodhana & Its variations
- Sheetali pranayama
- Bhramari pranayama
- Ujjayi pranayama
- Bhastika Pranayama
- Kapalbhati Pranayama
- Surya bhedi and Chandra bhedi Pranayama
- Agnisar kriya
Bandhas & Mudras
INNER CLEANSING PROCESS
- Getting in the depth of Bandha & Mudras
- Uddiyana bandha
- Jalandhar bandha
- Mula bandha
- Maha bandha
- Jnana and chin mudra
- Yoni mudra
- Bhairava mudra
- Shambhavi mudra
- Nasikagra mudra
- Prana mudra
- Maha mudra
- Mudra for concentration
- Common mudras for daily practices
- Why meditation?
- Brain waves meditation and its effect on stress management
- Obstacles in meditation
- Role of concentration in meditation
- Tips for developing concentration
- Meditation on body and breath
- Mantra meditation
- Antat and Bahir’s meditation
- Trataka meditation
- Dynamic meditation
- Tips for silence meditation practice
- Japa meditation and ajapa japa
- Antar Mouna
- Nada meditation
LEARNING HOW TO TEACH
- Positive & conscious communication
- Friendship and trust
- Time management
- Qualities of a teacher
- Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correction
- Use of voice in class
- Mental & emotional preparation for teaching
- Step-by-step class structure planning.
Evaluation based on
YOGA ALLIANCE CERTIFICATION
- Practical Exam of asana classes
- Written test
Sample Daily Schedule
06:00 – 07:30 AM Hatha Yoga
07:45 – 08:45 AM Shatkarma & Pranayama
09:00 – 09:45 AM Breakfast
10:00 – 11:00 AM Yoga Philosophy
11:00 – 12:00 PM Body Anatomy
12:00 – 01:00 PM Asana Alignment
01:00 – 01:45 PM Lunch
01:45 – 04:15 PM Self Study / Free time
03:10 – 04:10 PM Yoga Therapy
04:15 – 05:45 PM Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
06:00 – 07:00 PM Meditation
07:00 – 07:45 PM Dinner
10:00 PM Lights off
( Double Occupancy )
2 Separate Beds in a Room
Attached Bath and Toilet
Non – A/c
( Single Occupancy )
1 Double Bed in a Room
Attached Bath and Toilet
Non – A/c
Course dates For 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in Goa
|Course Dates||Seat Availability||Course fee|
|7th Nov - 30th Nov 2022||Completed|
|5th Dec - 28th Dec 2022||Completed|
|2nd Jan - 25th Jan 2023||Completed|
|30th Jan - 22 Feb 2023||Completed|
|1st March - 24th March 2023||Ongoing|
|27th March - 19th April 2023||Available||enroll now|
|24th April - 17th May 2023||Available||enroll now|
|22nd May - 14th June 2023||Available||enroll now|
You can make a deposit $400 to book your spot. We accept payments via Bank Transfer, Wise or Paypal.
You’ll be getting an official confirmation letter from our side once we successfully receive your booking amount.
Arrival & Departure
The arrival time for our retreat program is anytime between 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM on the same date the retreat begins.
The departure takes place on the last day of the retreat at 11:00 AM post breakfast.
Mastering yourself in teaching yoga
Our 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Goa is a hands-on course designed to prepare you to teach yoga to students of all skill levels. Not only you will advance your skills, but you will also guide your students by taking them to the next level of practice. By the time the course ends, you’ll be able to create and design your asana flow sequences and instruct confidently.
There will be several opportunities for you to teach during the course as well because our approach is a practical teaching methodology. Our instructors will encourage you to start some classes occasionally with mantras and prayers. By the end of the program, you’ll be prepared to instruct the entire class. To help you grow and develop your style, you will be given feedback from time to time by your teachers and peers.
The Art of Teaching
Our 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training course will help you deepen your practice of yoga and help you gain confidence in your knowledge. This process will enable you to teach from your heart and personal experience rather than just from mouth and memory. Our Yoga Teacher Training program is a practical training course designed to help you to become an effective Yoga teacher for all levels of students. By the end of the course, you will be able to create asana flow sequences on your own and will be able to teach confidently.
Since we offer you a practical approach, there will be lots of opportunities for you to teach. During the course, our teachers will encourage you by making you begin the class sometimes with mantras and prayers, and by the end of the course, you will be ready to teach the entire group. You will receive feedback from your teachers and your classmates as well, to help you to improve and to find your unique voice and style as a teacher.
You will learn the basic principles of creating Hatha and Vinyasa Flow sequences based on a chosen theme. There will be lots of guidance on how to improve and enhance your teaching skills and how to plan and structure a class.
Besides, you will learn about the principles of demonstration, assisting and correcting, verbal instructions, teaching styles, the qualities of a teacher, voice projection, planning and structuring a class, alignment, hands-on-adjustment, dealing with injuries and safety precautions, ethics, and much more.
Who is qualified to apply for the program?
Anyone who has completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training can enrol for 300-hour yoga teacher training. After the completion of the course, you will be qualified to teach anywhere in the world and not just in India. The minimum age to enrol in this course is 18 years.
After the successful completion of the course, you will receive Yoga Alliance International accreditation which will allow you to teach all around the globe.