You’ve completed your 200-hour training – it’s time to ADVANCE
Undertaking a 300-hour training can be overwhelming. Whether you have concerns about your physical abilities or have forgotten material from your 200-hour course, Avana Yoga holds your hand every step of the way.
Avana Yoga thinks it’s important to do non-repetitive training. After all, you’ve already completed a 200-hour training course – it’s time to take your understanding to the next level. You don’t have to be an Avana Yoga graduate to do our advanced training. We warmly welcome all existing 200 hour certified yoga teachers to join us.
With an ever-growing number of 200-hour graduates, it’s important to make yourself shine. More and more employers are searching for yoga teachers who have advanced level qualifications. We all know that the learning never stops, it is a continual journey, but having your advanced training demonstrates you are a teacher with dedication.
Fully Accredited 300-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
Embody and teach yoga with confidence, skill and secure advanced knowledge. Inspirational and educational training that will enable you to find your individual voice as a teacher and establish a deep connection within yourself. Avana Yoga offers teacher training in collaboration with Preksha Yoga, India.
Components of a 300-hour training
- Anatomy Module
- Fundamentals of Basic Asanas Module
- Advanced Asana Module
- Advanced Pranayam Module
- Mindfulness and Meditation Techniques Module
- Philosophy Module
- Yin Yoga Module
- Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Sequencing Module
- Re-establish and deepen your understanding of the value of the basics
- Discover how to approach asanas that might be unfamiliar to you
- Evaluate the body in action and explore habitual movement patterns and establish new ones
- Understand why we all practice asana differently and that we shouldn’t all have the same alignment due to the unique formation of our individual bodies
- Learn the Avana Yoga Sequence
- Gain new inspiration and creativity in class sequencing
- Translate your newfound understanding of asana into inspirational teaching skill
- Explore ways to link postures together
- Develop the tools to allow your classes to be accessible to all
- Invigorate your home practice
- Understand the individuality of the body
- Muscular contraction – productive tension and muscle activation
- Joints and hypermobility – should joints ever be locked and should the hypermobile work into their full range of motion?
- Myofascia – what are its function and purpose?
- Aesthetic vs functionality
- Elastic vs plastic
- Body Mechanics
- Tension vs compression
- Daily practice of advanced Pranayama
- Daily practice of Kriyas
- Guided practice and use of the three bandhas
- Bhagavad Gita
- Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
- A deeper understanding of yogic philosophy concepts
- Classical meditation techniques
- Chakra purification meditations
- Vedic Meditation
- Avana Meditation
- Guided Meditation
- Explore the history of Yin Yoga, its concept and approach
- Yin Vs Yang – what is the difference
- Learn how to practice and teach the postures of Yin Yoga
- How to assist with props
- Establish an understanding of what Vinyasa Yoga is, its concept and approach
- How to link postures
- When to practice and teach Vinyasa Yoga
- Teaching Vinyasa Yoga in a hot room
- Sequencing Workshop
Advanced yoga teacher training course is suitable for those who are:
- A graduate of a 200-hour yoga teacher training course, from an RYS 200 registered yoga school
- Physically and mentally fit to follow intensive teacher training
- Not pregnant
- Ready to adapt to a Yogic lifestyle
- Serious yoga practitioner
The certificate will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
Avana Yoga is accredited by Yoga Alliance. On successful completion of the training, students will be able to register with Yoga Alliance as a 500-hour RYT (registered yoga teacher).
|Feb 17 – 13 March||Closed||Goa, India|
|April 14 – May 8||Available||Indore, India|
|Nov 17 – Dec 11||Available||Goa, India|
|Feb 9 – March 4||Available||Goa, India|