200 Hour Residential
Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
It's not a retreat,
but an intensive training
Training in Traditional
Vinyasa Yoga, not a workout
Limited Students in
Upcoming Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Courses - 2023-24
- Apr 03, 2024, 12:30 PM – Apr 28, 2024, 4:00 AM
Who can apply?
If you are interested in deepening the practice and possibly planning to take this passion of teaching Hatha Yoga as your profession, this course is for you.
This residential intensive training expects you to be completely dedicated to the practice & philosophy. If you are just interested in some practice, not serious about the learning, this training is not for you.
Purvabhyasa Deepika -
Yoga Teacher Training Preparation
Yoga Teacher Training is not a retreat, but intense, professional training and needs preparation before the training.
But then how to prepare before the training begins?
Once you complete the registration payment, you will get access to your dashboard. This allows you access 'To Purvabhyasa - Preparation for Yoga Teacher Training. This includes videos, audio files, PDF charts, tips for packing for the training etc. This 'Purvabhyasa' is accessible once the registration fee (preparation fee) is paid.
How to Register?
Visit the course details & Select Accommodation
Click on the month of the training. It takes you to choose the accommodation. Choose the accommodation, & submit the registration form before proceeding to check out.
Get access to 'Purvabhyasa' to prepare for training
Once the registration fee is paid, you will get a confirmation email with all the necessary details of the training. You will access 'Purvabhyasa. This is available on the dashboard. Log in to access it to prepare for the training.
Prepare & Pay the balance & Book tickets
Start preparing using Purvabhyasa. You can pay the remaining balance online. Please send an email for an invoice for the remaining balance. You can pay upon arrival in cash also.
What is Vinyasa Yoga?
Vinyasa Yoga is a method of yoga practised wherein the Asanas are practised in a specific order developed by Sri T Krishnamacharya.
It is not just the sequence of Asanas put together, rather, every single asana has its own specific sequence to follow and then a proper sequencing of asanas and finally the proper sequencing of asana families to complete the entire practice of Vinyasa Yoga.
This method of practice is called “Vinyasa Krama“.
What is Tristhana Practice?
Tristhana is a three-fold practice element in Vinyasa wherein the specific Asana, Breath, and Drishti are leading the practice.
The Asana refers to Annamaya Kosha, Breath to Pranamaya Kosha and Drishti to Manomaya Kosha.
This three-fold practice is a traditional way of Vinyasa Yoga practice leading to the practice of Bandha, to Dhyana at later stages.
200 Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
Course Syllabus in detail
Week by Week analysis
Week - 1Accumulation
Traditional Vinyasa Yoga Practice in the morning
Introduction to Yoga and Yogic life
How to practice asanas with safe techniques, tools and tips
Introduction to taking classes
How to teach asanas to beginners and how to offer variations
How to use props
Introduction to Pranayama Practices
Traditional Meditation techniques along with Bhakti Yoga (Kirtans)
Week - 2 Reception
The practice of Traditional Vinyasa Yoga in the morning gets intense
History & origin of Vinyasa Yoga
How to create Vinyasa Yoga modules
The Art of Hands-on Adjustments gets deeper
The advanced tools and techniques for creating and implementing a Yoga class
The teaching of Vinyasa Yoga gets deeper
Getting individual feedback from the teacher on the classes taught.
Practising yoga Kriyas such as Jalaneti and Trataka
The practice of Pranayama, Meditation and Bhakti yoga
Week - 3 Digestion
Building the self-practice - an important aspect of a Yoga Teacher’s life
Understanding the importance of self-practice under the guidance of the teacher
An elaborate study of Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
The practice of teaching theme-based Vinyasa Yoga Classes
Getting feedback on our classes from fellow participants
A detailed analysis of creating Vinyasa Yoga Sequences
Advance Practice of Pranayama & Traditional Meditation techniques
Week - 4 Teaching Practice
Getting the opportunity to teach bigger Vinyasa Yoga classes
Learning Yoga ethics as a teacher
in-depth study of Chakras, Nadis, and Koshas along with their influences on human life
The practice of Yoga Kriyas
Learning different modules of Vinyasa Yoga
Exploring the mantras, the pronunciation emphasis, meaning and classificartions
Advance Practice tips and personal feedback on the practice and teaching
Teacher Training Approach
At Samyak Yoga, the entire Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Course is designed following the Vinyasa Yoga Tradition.
If you are looking for fitness-based Vinyasa Flow or some dance form-based modern flow practices in the name of Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, this course is not for you.
During Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, we work on practising the traditional Vinyasa Yoga as it is.
Course Fee Includes: -
Transportation from Bangalore Airport
Tuition and training in Traditional Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Manual
One Samyak Yoga T-shirt
One Jalaneti Kit
One Notebook and a pen
06:00 am - 07:30 am
Traditional Vinyasa Yoga Practice
07:30 am - 08:30 am
Pranayama & Meditation Practices
08:30 am - 09:30 am
09:30 am - 10:45 am
Yoga Philosophy Sessions
10:45 am - 11:00 am
Herbal Drink Break
11:00 am - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm
01:00 pm - 04:00 pm
04:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Asana Clinic & Theme Based Practices
05:30 pm - 06:00 pm
06:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Yoga Anatomy, Ayurveda & Kirtans
07:00 pm - 08:00 pm
08:00 pm - 09:30 pm
Yoga Alliance and Certification Process
This Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training is Yoga Alliance-certified 200-Hour yoga teacher training. The course structure follows standards set by Yoga Alliance.
To complete the course, you will have to pass the examination. After successfully completing the training, you will be a 'Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT)."
Is it possible that one might not get the certificate?
If your knowledge is inadequate to become a Yoga Teacher, you might not receive the certification. You might not receive the certification even If you miss more than three sessions (not three days) during the training. In this case, you will get the participation certificate, not the teacher training certificate. You will have time to rework and complete the assignments to receive the 'Yoga Teacher Certification.'
Nisha Chandra Segar
I had completed my Vinyasa Teacher Training here last month, and I can honestly say it was such a wholesome experience. I loved that the yoga shala was located away from Mysore city. The shala is peaceful and carries such a strong spiritual energy. It was the perfect environment to study, learn and deepen my yoga practice. The rooms were simple, clean and comfortable. My favourite spot is outdoor yoga shala made out bamboo and it is located next to the Cauvery river.
I can honestly say the teachers are humble, extremely professional and they really do walk the talk. Siddhu is kind and patient. He shares many useful tips and tricks in helping you deepen your asana practice. Nagendra Ji is wise and very professional. Kamal Acharya is fun, knowledgable and yet strict (in a good way). The cherry on top was the Yoga Philosophy class with Rakesh Acharya. I admire how he is able to explain such ancient and complicated concepts in an easy manner that is applicable to our modern day lives today. The whole team is wonderful, including the kitchen staff and cleaning staff- they were always smiling!
I had such a wonderful experience here and I would highly recommend this place for your yoga teacher training. It’s honestly once in a lifetime experience! 🙏🏽❤️😊
A Beautiful place to enjoy an immersion into Yoga. The ashram is in the middle of nature, a very quiet place that feels like Home. With small groups in class, to allow you to connect with everyone. Intensive training without forgetting about fun, sharing and laughs.
A Special thank you to Rakesh for teaching yoga philosophy in a very accessible way, with always the same passion and interest for the experience of a whole Life.
A BIG Thank you to Nagendra, for his unpriceable kindness and lovely asana classes. Will definitely come back!
Prepare for your training
Visa to India
If you are not an Indian practitioner, you will need a Visa to enter India. Please check the details here.
You won't be able to apply for a student visa unless your study is for more than 180 days. Therefore, you can apply for a tourist visa. You can also apply for an E-Tourist Visa, and in an E-Tourist Visa, you can select 'short-term yoga practice.'
Day off during the training
The 7th, 14th and 21st of the month are days off for the classes. You can go for shopping/massages, visiting in and around Mysore.
You can book your return flight after 5:00 PM on the last day (on Deekshanta). The transportation at the end of the training isn't included in the fee. However, it can be arranged. Please reach out to the office during your training days.
Your Tickets & Transportation
You can arrive the same day or a day before the training begins. The transportation is included in the fee you pay for the training.
Bangalore International Airport/Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) is where you should book your arrival tickets.
You can arrive at any time (including midnight). The driver will be waiting for you at the airport's arrival gate to receive you and will drop you at your accommodation.
You can arrive a day or two days before the training begins.
The transportation is still included in the fee paid towards the training.
However, there is a nominal cost for the extra day if you arrive a day or two before the training begins.
We won't be able to accommodate you after the training is completed. The checkout is 10:00 am on the day of Deekshanta (certification).