Our training programs are focused on the branches of Yoga developed in modern times by Shri K. Pattabhi Jois and Shri B.K.S Iyengar - Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa and Ashtanga. At Brahma Yoga we explore different perspectives such as flow versions of the traditional styles.
We also give strong attention to correct alignment and performance of the asanas.
Brahma Yoga courses are open to all, regardless of the age, culture, experience, country or level of fitness. We make sure that all our students have the tools and equal opportunities to improve and learn to the best of their capabilities.
In this 4 weeks intensive yoga teacher training course you will explore multi - styles of yoga such as Hatha, Vinyasa and Ashtanga, and their flow versions.
The combination of alignment based asana practice, yogic philosophy, pranayama, mantra chanting, meditation, Yoga Nidra, and self - inquiry will support you in your own unique path of yoga.
- History, philosophy and values of Yoga
- Classical Yoga Styles
- Yoga Sutras, Mantra Chanting, Pranayama, Mudras, Bandhas and other yoga concepts
- Yogic Anatomy
- Hands-on Adjustment
- Posture and Alignments
- Sequencing and Teaching Methodology
- Practice of different meditation techniques
- Relaxation Techniques
A manual with the topics covered in the course will be given to the students.
Learning week by week
The first week is about setting the foundations of the yoga practice (Suryanamaskar) as well as philosophy and anatomy.
Understanding the transition from traditional styles to flow versions as part of the concept of modern yoga.
More focus on the Art of Teaching: adjustments, alignment, breath work and sequences of asanas.
Continuing to deepen the understanding of yogic anatomy, chakra philosophy, bandhas, drishti, mudras, sutras and other concepts of asana practice.
Continuing to explore the Art of Teaching. By this week you will have the opportunity to create your own flow / sequences and to teach them to your colleagues in a teaching session.
Practical and theoretical exams to assess of the comprehension of the tools and concepts of the course. Opportunity to teach your own sequences in drop-in classes in order to get more comfortable with the Art of Teaching, as well as the opportunity to conduct meditation sessions.
There are no specific requirements to join this course and prior Yoga experience is not compulsory to enroll in the teacher training, therefore students of all levels can join the course.
Our aim is to support your self-practice in yoga as well as open your scope to the various possibilities as a professional.
In order to successfully complete the 200Hr Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training you will be required to attend all classes. If you cannot meet the attendance requirements of the course you will be given a certificate of participation, but not "completion".
Prices and Arrangements
- USD $800 course Without food & accommodation
- USD $1200 course With food & accommodation
Upcoming courses: 200 Hours Multi Style Yoga TTC Schedule
- 03rd April - 30th April 2019 - Dharamshala
- 03th May - 30th May 2019 - Dharamshala
- 04th June - 30th June 2019 - Dharamshala
- 02nd July - 28th July 2019 - Dharamshala
- 03rd Aug - 30th Aug 2019 - Dharamshala
- 03rd Sep - 28th Sep 2019 - Dharamshala
- 03rd Oct - 30th Oct 2019 - Dharamshala
WE PROVIDE 100 HOUR TTC (2-week course) with the same starting dates. Contact us for further information!
Brahma Yoga opened in 2015 and is associated with US Yoga Alliance under the name Yoga Chakra School and the Government of India.
5-DAY INTRODUCTORY COURSE TTC (5 hours/day)
During this course you will have a taste of the TTC content:
- Pranayama and Meditation
- Hatha yoga
- Adjustment and alignment
- Vinyasa flow
USD $75 (participating in the 200h TTC after doing the introductory course makes you eligible for a total refund)
From Monday to Saturday with the following schedule:
- 8.30 am – 9.45 am Hatha Yoga + Pranayama (for begginers)
- 10.00 am – 11.30 am Traditional Ashtanga Yoga
- 11.45 am – 1.15 pm Vinyasa Flow (all levels)
- 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm Hatha Flow (all levels)
Hatha Yoga, “union through discipline of force”, stresses mastery of the body as a way of attaining a state of spiritual perfection in which the mind is withdrawn from external objects. It develops strength, flexibility, bodily relaxation, and mental concentration. The purpose of Asana is to enable one to rise above body-consciousness.
Hatha Flow is a sequential movement that interlinks postures to form a continuous flow.
Ashtanga Yoga, “eight-limbed yoga”, is a system outlined in the yoga sutras attributed to the ancient sage Patanjali. The yoga sutras are general guidelines for spiritual growth through right living, and are universal; they consist of eight limbs or requirements to achieve full Self-realization. They are not practiced in order, but are all developed together as one progresses on the spiritual path. Meditation is one such technique that helps a spiritual practitioner to develop in these areas.
Vinyasa is a Sanskrit term that refers to a transition between two different positions; nyasa denotes "to place" and vi denotes "in a special way". Vinyasa is a sequential movement that interlinks postures to form a continuous flow. It creates a movement meditation that reveals all forms as being impermanent and for this reason are not held on to.