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200-hour teacher training
aug to oct 2023

This training is for
path
"Yoga is not just a work-out, but also a work-in. To open our hearts and focus on awareness so that we can know what we already know and be who we already are."
There's no better feeling than growth. At Jyan Yoga we recognise every student's unique capacity and potential to grow. 

No matter where you are in your journey, if you have an open heart, the willingness to learn, and the desire to grow, we welcome you with open arms. 
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curriculum
curriculum
work in
  • Introduction to the yogic philosophy.
  • Study Patanjali's Ashtang yoga or eight-limbs approach to yoga.
  • Basics of Ayurveda, body types and balancing them.
  • Applying traditional philosophy to our modern life.
  • Create a daily sadhana practice - a personal ritual to connect with yourself and honour each day.
  • Learn pranayama and badhas to deepen your meditation practice. 
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method
  • Learn the art of creatively sequencing to build a well-rounded practice for your students.
  • Learn how to provide effective cues, adjustments, and spotting techniques.
  • Professionalism and ethics of a good teacher.
  • Develop engaging ways to incorporate meditation, pranayama, and kriya into your teachings.
  • Practice teaching and receiving feedback.
elective 1 - yin
  • Learn the unique facets of yin yoga and why it's so relevant in today's fast paced life.

  • Anatomic (skeletal and muscle groups) and energetic (Meridians and Chakras) theories of Yin Yoga.

work out
  •  Principles of anatomy and physiology.
  • Understand biomechanics of movement to connect anatomy with the asanas.
  • Build confidence to practice safe hands-on adjustments and assists.
  • Alignment cues to enhance the benefit of each asana
  • Modifications, variations, regression and progressions for asanas.
  • Learn to use props to support and deepen postures.
business
  • Build your presence and #MakeConnections both online and in person

  • Find your unique voice as a teacher.

  • Learn to value yourself, your time and price your services accordingly.

  • Thrive in different teaching settings, in studio and online.

  • Learn the art of yoga photography.

elective 2 - acro
  • Explore the key principles of basing, flying, and spotting to establish and strengthen fun Acro flows in a safe and supportive environment.

  • Learn basic social skills such as trust and positive communication through the exploration of play

schedule

weekend intake

Aug 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27

Sep 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30

Oct 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29

Full weekends from 9am - 5pm

Training Day Schedule:

9 to 1030am: morning practice

1030am to 1230pm: work out

1230 to 130pm: break for lunch

130 to 330pm: work in 

330 to 5pm: the method/ make connections

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what's included
what's included
teachers
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jyan y
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jeremy
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san
teachers
investment
Yoga Immersion
$
3900
3600
$

(early bird)

upfront and 'buy now pay later' plans available
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faq

Which path is suitable for me?

If you want to deepen your understanding of yoga asanas, the right alignments, modifications and variations, yoga immersion is for you. If you want to hone yourself as a yoga teacher by learning not just the asanas but also the philosophy, method to teach, and explore the business of yoga, yoga teacher training is for you.

Do I need to be an advanced practitioner to join?

You do not need to be able to perform any advanced poses, arm balances, or inversions to take any of the paths. If you are passionate about yoga and have the desire to deepen your knowledge, then you have everything you need to begin!

What is the typical schedule for the training days?

You can check the schedule section above foor details. Typically the day will start with an hour of morning practice, followed by 90 minutes of 'work out' sessions before we break for lunch. After lunch there will be 'work in' sessions for about 90 minutes and then we'll end the day with topics from method and business.

Can I use skills future as YTT fees?

Not for now.

What are the pre-requisites to join?

There are no pre-requisites, just an open mind and a willing heart.

Do I need to have a regular yoga practice to join?

Not at all. But we hope that after doing any of the two paths with us, you'll be inspired to have a practice you can call your own.

What if I can't do some poses even after the training? Does that limit my teaching?

Not at all. You don't need to be able to do a pose to teach a pose. This is where you will learn to teach with effective cues and spot your students safely.

Will there be opportunities to teach?

Yes. You will pracrice teach your fellow students and towards the end of the training you will teach classes to friends and family as well.

Will there be any post YTT teaching opportunities?

Yes. More details will be shared during the training.

Is the YTT certified by Yoga Alliance?

No. However, this does not limit your opporunities to learn and teach yoga. What matters is how well you can embody the message of yoga and teach the same.

What if I fail the practicum?

The practicum is not a test but rather a display of what you have learned during the trainings. With regular attendance and participation we are sure you will be able to get through the practicum.

faq
faq

Is the YTT certified by Yoga Alliance?

We are currently in the midst of getting our YTT YA-certified, so do bear with us in the meantime!

Do I need to be an advanced practitioner to join?

You do not need to be able to perform any advanced poses, arm balances, or inversions to take any of the paths. If you are passionate about yoga and have the desire to deepen your knowledge, then you have everything you need to begin!

What are the pre-requisites to join?

There are no pre-requisites, just an open mind and a willing heart.

Do I need to have a regular yoga practice to join?

Not at all. But we hope that after doing any of the two paths with us, you'll be inspired to have a practice you can call your own.

What if I can't do some poses even after the training? Does that limit my teaching?

Not at all. You don't need to be able to do a pose to teach a pose. This is where you will learn to teach with effective cues and spot your students safely.

I can't make it on some training days, can I still join? Will there be any make-up sessions?

Yes. You can still join the trainings. You will need 90% attendance to take the practicum and get certified. On days when you can't make it, you'll get a recording (for upto 30 days) to catch up on the topics.

What is the typical schedule for the training days?

You can check the schedule section above for details. Typically the day will start with an hour of morning practice, followed by 90 minutes of 'work out' sessions before we break for lunch. After lunch there will be 'work in' sessions for about 90 minutes and then we'll end the day with topics from method and business.

What are electives?

Electives are additional topics for you to explore your interest. We are currently offering yin yoga and acro yoga electives.

Will there be opportunities to teach?

Yes. You will practice teach your fellow students and towards the end of the training you will teach classes to friends and family as well.

Will there be any post-YTT teaching opportunities?

Yes. More details will be shared during the training.

Where will the trainings be conducted?

The trainings will be held in the studio at Jyan Yoga.

What if I fail the practicum?

The practicum is not a test but rather a display of what you have learned during the trainings. With regular attendance and participation we are sure you will be able to get through the practicum.

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