200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Goa, India

Oceanic Yoga School offer 200 hour yoga teacher training in Goa, India. If you are aspiring towards becoming a Yoga teacher or want to understand Yoga more than Asanas, you have come to the right place. It is an advantage to have some experience of yoga before attending a teacher training course but we welcome all levels.

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Goa (Overview)

Oceanic Yoga’s 200 hour yoga course Goa is in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow; you can choose to get trained in Hatha Yoga only or both. It is the first level of training, which allows you to start teaching Yoga all over the world. Through Oceanic Yoga’s 200 hour teacher training program, you can become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) with Yoga Alliance.Register Yoga Teacher

Oceanic Yoga’s style of teaching is unique in many ways. From the Asana postures to Yoga Philosophy, our teachers support you and adapt to your individual needs. Safety precautions are essential principles at the school. To enrich the Yoga practice, we have incorporated alignment principles as taught by the world-famous Yoga teacher, Sri BKS Iyengar. While stressing the fundamentals, we also encourage our students to see and explore Yoga in creative ways so that they can discover their teaching style. 

Hatha Yoga is considered the traditional Indian Yoga style. Hatha Yoga’s style tends to be slower-paced and with varying sequences. The practice of Hatha Yoga balances the Sun (Pingala Nadi) and Moon energy (Ida Nadi) within the body and transforms the lower chakra energies to higher levels. Every pose in Hatha Yoga should be practiced with awareness, respecting the body’s limitations.

Vinyasa Flow is a more fast-paced Yoga style of movement with synchronized breathing. Vinyasa Flow also called Flow Yoga because of the smooth way that the poses run together, becoming something like a dance. In Vinyasa Flow class, the teacher is free to combine various asana’s to create the flow–sometimes challenging postures are introduced.

200 Hour Yoga TTC Goa, India – Daily Yoga Class Schedule

Time  Schedule
7:00 am to 9:00 am Asana Practice and Teaching Asanas
9:00 am to 09:40 am Breakfast
10:00 am – 10:30 am Karma Yoga
10:30 am to 12:00 pm Yoga Philosophy/ Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Meditation/ Yoga Nidra / Yoga Theory
1:00 pm to 1:40 pm Lunch Break
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm Anatomy/Physiology/electives
4:15 pm to 5:30 pm Asana practice/teaching asanas/Adjustment & Alignment
6:30 pm to 7:10 pm Dinner

Note: Saturday Half-day, Sunday Off

It is a sample Schedule, Subjects Change every week.

200 Hour yoga course in Goa – Choose Your Package

To get a discount book 2 months in advance.

All Package includes:

Pick up from Goa airport or train station in Goa

20 Nights accommodation, wifi

3 Vegan meals a day (Monday-Friday + Saturday Breakfast)

Pre-reading material after booking th ecourse

Yoga Teacher Training Manual

Yoga and meditation music

Yoga mat and props provided

200 hrs Oceanic Yoga Certificate Yoga Alliance accredited

Package Without Accommodation € 950. Fees Include: Course Manual, Yoga Meditation Music, Oceanic Yoga Certificate Yoga Alliance accredited.

 

Upcoming 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Goa Dates 2019- 2020

First day of the training is Arrival day and last day of the training is departure day. It is advised to arrive one day before the training starting day to get recover from traveling and settleing in the palce.  

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Outline of syllabus-200 Hour Yoga course in Goa, India 

Yogic warm-up with Suryanamaskar: Warm-up your body with gentle exercises and Suryanamaskar before doing the asanas. It activates and stimulates essential elements of the body, which include muscle, organ, and tissue.

Standing balance asanas: Get a firm foundation with balancing asanas and maintain solid grounding with physical stability, as these asanas boost confidence and empowerment.

Sitting Poses, Forward Bends, and Hip Openers: Bring mobility and increase the flexibility of legs, hip joints, and ankles with these sitting poses. These poses allow students to learn the correct placement of legs. Along with sitting postures, forward-bends are also essential, which include cooling, quieting, and introvert poses.

Sitting Twists and Inversions: Twists act as a tonic for the entire visceral system; it improves circulation in spinal muscles and disks.

Back Bends and Hand-Balancing: In this class, the focus will be on physical flexibility for enjoying the feeling of youthfulness and lightness in your body. Give strength to your shoulders, legs, and back with backbend asanas, as your body needs it for performing hand-balancing.

Supine and Restorative Asanas: Give relief to your back pain, and boost flexibility with Supine asana. Restorative poses give calmness and relaxation to the entire body and poses can be held for a long duration without any pain or stress.

Introduction to the History of Yoga, Different paths of Yoga: Understand yoga history with our best yoga teacher training programs in India. Knowing the origin of yoga is as important as practicing it. The aim of all yoga practices is the same- reduce sufferings and give a healthy life.

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali: Yogsutras are divided into four chapters: Samadhipada, Vibhutipada, Sadhanapada, and Kaivalyapada. Patanjali was the first person who introduced yoga practices in a comprehensive volume.

Ethics for Yoga Teachers: A yoga teacher should stick with ethical guidelines in personal life, with students as well as outside the class.

Meditation – Meditation helps to reduce stress and brings peace, harmony, and bliss inside. Active and passive meditation techniques will be practiced to slow down the mind

Yogic Lifestyle and Yogic Diet: The food we eat has an enormous impact on our physical, mental, and emotional states. Hence vegetarian food is served in training.

Introduction to Ayurveda for a Healthy Lifestyle: Doshas depict the combination of mental, physical, and emotional features. Our body will remain healthy if vatta, pita, and kapha are in the balance. Understand your dosha and adapt a suitable diet for your dosha.

Anatomy: Yoga unites mind and body. A yoga teacher should be aware of the inner workings of the body for knowing the impact of poses. The primary systems include skeleton system, muscular system, respiratory system, digestive system, nervous system, hormonal system, and immune system. Anatomy involves the study of all these systems to make yoga safe and healthy.

Physiology:

Three Nadis –  Nadi are nerves in the body. Ancient Yoga texts say that there are 72,000 nadis in the body; the three most significant nadis are Ida, Pingla, and Sushumna Nadi.

Five Kosha’s and 5 Pranas -Understand five koshas, namely annamaya, pranamaya, manomaya, vijnanamaya and anandamaya, and how to access them with yoga. Also, know about the functionality of 5 Pranas for achieving complete well-being.

Seven Chakras and Kundalini Energy – In and out, the flow of subtle energies happens through chakras, as they are energy channels. Learn their location and function, as every chakra has a unique color, bija mantra and animal ruler. Kundalini is a spiritual power at the base of the spine. When kundalini awakens, it passes through the first six chakras and merges into the seventh chakra.

Shatkriyas

Jalenti: It means cleaning of the nose with water.

Vamana (practicing of vomiting water): Purify upper digestive tract with Vamana for curing particularly constipation, gastritis, dyspepsia, indispositions of the stomach and spleen, phlegm and bile disorders.

Kapalabhati: Clean your respiratory system, nasal passage, and remove spasm in bronchial tubes. Kapalabhati eliminates blood impurities through exhalation of carbon dioxide in a significant amount.

Basti: It stimulates Vata, cures lower intestine, colon, stomach, the intestinal disorder, gastric problems, rheumatic joint pains, chronic headaches, and thus shows its significance in yoga.

Nauli: Stimulate and regulate your digestive system with Nauli. It massages the whole abdomen and stomach by rolling and contracting abdominal muscles.

Shankhaprakshalana: Practice this deep cleaning technique as it involves synergistic cleaning asanas in sequence. It cleans the entire gastrointestinal tract with saltwater.

Yoga as a business: Know business aspects of yoga and follow the ethical standard for making it a career. Learn ethical yoga business marketing strategies, networking, website, social media, and register with Yoga Alliance.

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