OUR COURSE DELIVERS
A comprehensive and in-depth curriculum that focuses on practice; breathing, meditation and awareness; the ancient philosophy of yoga and, of course, the art of teaching.
Led by Lindsay and Viktoria, Yogagati’ Senior Trainers, you will emerge from our course having experienced why yoga is a way of life, not just a form of exercise. Drawing upon more than 20 years of collective teaching experience, our teachers will guide you in the intensive and spiritual teachings and practices of yoga so that you gain the skills and experience to start teaching professionally. Even if you are not interested in teaching yoga, we can help you to lead a healthier and more fulfilling life while motivating you to deepen your practice and knowledge.
Class size is limited to 18 students so you’ll receive more individual feedback and opportunities for questions.
The Yogagati program is designed to empower participants from day one. During the three-week intensive course, we guide students through the methodologies, techniques and principles essential to effective yoga instruction. Alongside the practical element of the course, lessons will include a focus on the principles of sequencing, alignment, adjustments and modifications; functional anatomy and physiology; an in-depth consideration of yoga philosophy and what it takes to make a career out of teaching yoga.
What sets the Yogagati School program apart from other courses is our commitment to leaving behind the one-size-fits-all approach and instead creating a respectful, stimulating and relaxed learning environment that ensures every individual is heard and supported. Students emerge from the Yogagati course with a solid foundation ready to begin their yoga instructor career.
But don’t just take our word for it, we invite you to come and fully immerse yourself in the Yogagati teacher training program and find out for yourself.
YOU WILL LEARN
- In-depth study and practice of Asana (postures)
- Vinyasa and Yin Class sequencing and planning
- Anatomy and Physiology (including subtle body)
- Sanskrit names of Yoga postures
- Hands-on assisting of postures
- Pranayama (breath work)
- Meditation techniques
- Yoga Nidra for sleep
- History and Philosophy of Yoga
- Introduction to Ayurveda
- Yogic ethics and lifestyle
- The business of teaching Yoga
- Intro to AcroYoga
For further information about the course, please visit yogagati.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org