Yoga Vimoksha offers the opportunity for students to come and increase their training level and immerse themselves into their practice with the Vinyasa Yoga 100 Hour Yoga Training Course. This course offers everything that our teacher training courses offer, but is ideal for those who are limited for time, are focused primarily on deepening their practice without necessarily the intention to teach, or for those who wish to add additional hours onto their preexisting teaching certification. Our 100 Hour Yoga Training Course includes the study and practice of Vinyasa Yoga Asanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Kriyas, and Alignment and Adjustment Workshop. Our Yoga Training course will enliven your spirit and your mind with the knowledge and experience of Yoga. This course will prepare you with all the tools and confidence you need to become a Yoga teacher and will accelerate your personal Yoga journey.
The Vinyasa Yoga 100 Hour Training course is open to all levels of yogis, including complete beginners. Regardless of the level of your practice, the course will teach you the fundamentals of Vinyasa Yoga and help you to develop a strong foundation upon which to build your teaching and practice. This course is also a great option for those who wish to complete the 200 hour training course, but do not have the time or feel prepared to complete the entire 200 hour training course in one session. Students have the option to return for another 100 hours whenever is convenient for them to complete the 200 hour teacher training certification. Please note that upon completing the 100 hour program you will receive a certificate indicating the completion of the 100 hour Yoga training course. 100 hours of Yoga training does not qualify you to teach. However, if you are using the 100 hours course to further your training studies, the additional 100 hours can be added to your preexisting teaching certificate.
Yoga philosophy (eight Limbs of Ashtanga-yoga) with Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Technique: includes the training and practicing of Asanas, Pranayamas, Kriyas, Chanting, and Meditation.
Teaching: includes the training and teaching of demonstration, observation, assistance/correction, instruction, teaching styles, and learning about qualities of a yoga teacher and the student’s process of learning.
Practicum: In these hours, the students have to observe and assist classes lead by the main teacher and also teach by themselves.
Karma Yoga: the students have to help to run the Yoga-school. Includes office work, organization and public relations.
Self-practice: study of recommended books and participating in discussion and practice of all the above mentioned topics.
Objective of the course:
To let the students Reflect and Experience Yoga “A Way of Life” and not just merely practices to be done in some hours a day.
To motivate the students to become good Yoga Sadhaka (Practitioner) and start working on the path of Yoga that brings transformation and not simply a change and helps them to acquire a Sound Body, a Superior Mind and a Higher Spiritual Consciousness.
To prepare well trained Yoga teachers to teach Yoga to School students and young adults without any health problems.
To develop overall personality of the learners.
To motivate students to take up teaching YOGA as a profession.
Minimum 6 months yoga practitioner only apply for YTTC course
Those who are really serious to do YTTC or self practice only apply for YTTC.
YTTC is not for broken bones or serious medical issues.
YTTC is not for leisure purpose.
Duration of the course:
The Course is designed over a period of 10 days
The Course will be conducted 6 Days in a week from 6.30am to 6.00 pm.
Breakfast & Lunch provided will be Satwik and wholesome.
A Typical Day at Yoga Vimoksha
Morning Chanting & Meditation & Pranayama
Yoga Asana Practice
Lecture / Alignment, adjustment, techniques, practicum, methodology, teaching practice
Lunch Break/Free Time
Yoga Asana practice
For details and schedules of the course please click here
(Timings subject to change depending on seasons and style of Yoga being taught)