About 200 Teacher Training Course (TTC)
Whether or not you are aiming to becoming a future teacher.
This TTC is ideal for anyone who wants to commit to the practice of yoga for their own growth. You will learn about yoga history and philosophy, explore anatomy, and study a large repertoire of poses, breath practices, and meditation techniques in detail. This greater understanding will allow you to develop a holistic practice for yourself that’s dynamic and responsive to your needs. You’ll develop and deepen your own practice of yoga asana, pranayama, and meditation, learning to embody and express the teachings of yoga in your own unique way.
Xhale Yoga Retreat Center is a Registered Yoga School @RYS with Yoga Alliance. Graduates of our Teacher Track become certified yoga teachers and are eligible to register at the @RYT-200 level with Yoga Alliance.
Practicum sessions throughout the training provide a step-by-step and consistent approach to practice teaching.
You’ll graduate with the knowledge to teach a variety of classes, including Beginner Yoga, Hatha Flow and Yin yoga practice. You’ll develop a familiarity with anatomy and movement science principles that empower you to work with students’ physical challenges and limitations.
You’ll be able to design your own class plans, confidently teaching a rich repertoire of poses from all of the major asana which incorporate breath work, meditation, energetic anatomy (prana, chakras, etc.), and yoga philosophy in your classes, in a grounded and purposeful way.
- daily Hatha yoga and Yin yoga practices
- Project and assignments
- Anatomy and physiology
- Develop a personal teaching philosophy
- Pranayama and guided Meditation
- Yoga philosophy, Q&A
- Basic Sanskrit
- Ayurveda, science of yoga
- Yogic diet
- Chakra and Mudra
- a RYT-200 certificate when completed
Next Teacher Training Course
October 4 – 29 2017
200 HOURS TTC PACKAGE AND FEES
TTC Package and Fees
- Single bungalow accommodation: Thai Baht.85,000
(We have a limited number of single rooms available, base upon first come first serve.)
- Twin shared deluxe bedroom accommodation: Thai Baht. 83,000
(we sensitively arrange the room sharing upon the same request and/or same gender)
- Dormitory room accommodation: Thai Baht 80,000
(we only limited a 4 queen size bed shared within this dormitory room, attached shower room)
EARLY BIRD: if paid deposit of Thai Baht 17,000 before 31st August get Thai Baht 10,000 discount
From 1st September: full payment required
All cost is covered
- 26 nights’ accommodation, start on 3rd – 29th October @ In Pai Resort
- two session of Hatha flow and Yin yoga daily practice
- All activities inclusive of daily practice,
- manual and any books required
- Vegetarian lunch daily
- 3 dinners per week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday)
- Morning Chai tea, all day herbal tea and drinking water
- one energy shakes daily
- A workshop to healthy cooking class
- yoga mats, bolsters, block and blankets.
- Free transportation to/from Pai bus station, airport and/or door to door guesthouse around Pai
Arrival and Departure date
On arrival: Thursday October 4th, 2017 before the 15.00hrs.
The first session is 3pm. for orientation as well as yoga practice. We end the first day with group dinner.
The last session is on Saturday October 28th, 17.00hrs. Then continue with a certification ceremony in the evening.
The fees is inclusive of accommodation from the 3th – 29th October, this will give time to rest before and after the course is begin or end.
Recommended literature for the training
- The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Sri Swami Satchidananda
- Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff
- Light on Yoga by BKS Iyengar
What will your day look like?
The schedule base on Monday to Saturday
8.30 – 10.30 Pranayama and Hatha Yoga
11.00 – 12.30 Yin Yoga
12.30 – 14:30 Lunch break
14:30 – 18:00 Yoga philosophy, anatomy, hand on adjustment, yoga nutrition, Chakra, Group project
During this 4 weeks, the time schedule of Monday to Saturday will be the same, but the subjects will change according to the program
Sundays are the days off with expectation for some homework
The morning practice will be a guided Hatha flow yoga or project assignment, then continue with Yin or Restorative practice to restore physical balance and calm the mind.
Creative Project and Assignment
Learning to create own sequence of practice and teaching throughout an assignment.
Asana and teaching lab
Learning to keeps up safety environment more creative and fun while experiencing the benefits. You will be informed or hand on adjustment will be discussed to a better depth and flow into the postures.
We guide the way to be mindful in each moment. You would learn to listen to your own mind set and how to understand what your mind clings on. We believed that Mindfulness promotes Awareness and brings Clarity
Variations of breathing techniques will reliably produce the benefits of physical well-being. . By practicing regularly breath work, helps promote natural breath to go deeper, smoother, longer therefor improving energy wise
Anatomy and physiology
You will discuss how the bones, muscles, joints, and all of the systems of the body interact in various yoga poses, and how they are physically and energetically beneficial to us.
Rachel Ellery, a UK-trained Osteopath, specializes in teaching human anatomy and movement principles to yoga students/teachers from around the world. Her mantra “educating and moving the world one body at a time” stems from over 24 years of hands on experience and 15 years of teaching.
As part of her natural progression Rachel studied for an honors degree from the British School of Osteopathy, where she graduated in 2000.
Since then, Rachel has practiced osteopathy, taught anatomy, osteopathic technique and other related workshops such as the importance of touch and cueing in the UK, New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia.
As word spread about her detailed holistic approach she has had the privilege to teach with internationally renowned yogis, including: Les Leventhal, Tara Judelle, Kaya Peters, Tanya Capps, Cat Kabira, Emily Kuser, Denise Payn, Bex Tyrer, School of sacred arts and Tina Nance.
Philosophy, texts, and concepts
Based on 8 Limbs of Yoga by the Sage of Patanjali. We will learn on how we could bring harmonise to our day to day life throught the Yama and Niyama, the first 2 limbs of Yoga.
Ayurveda, also known as the sister science of yoga, will be introduced as a complimentary technique. It has a lot to do with balancing your own individual constitutions with the use of herbs, better dietary choices, and even your asana, pranayama, and meditation practices to create better overall health, radiance, and peacefulness.
We take a more in-depth look into the chakra system and how it relates to students and movement. As well as self study to heal and grow as human beings and teachers.
Yoga Philosophy, Chakra & Energy system
David ‘s spiritual journey was initiated when he started traveling to India in the mid 1990’s. He started studying Yoga in 2000, began teaching in 2005 and had his own Yogastudio on Rhodes, Greece from 2014 till 2017 (www.yoga-now-rhodes.com).
On this teacher training he will be presenting an overview over some of the basic philosophical texts on Yoga (such as the Vedas, the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika), and will also give some insights into the Chakra, Mantra chanting and Energy system. This will be done in an experiential way, always looking at ways of practically applying the knowledge in our everyday lives.
Listen to his currently release Mantra Album here.
Next Teacher Training Course
October 4 – 29 2017