This course is for you if you want to raise your teaching level beyond the Instructors course. The course enables you to teach more advanced yoga principles and techniques and with greater detail and skill.
This course is presented with a mixture of face-to-face online hours and in person hours. In addition to these combined hours, this course requires approximately 15 more hours per week of practice and homework.
Note. In case the authorities restrict in person teaching, the course would continue in an online format, which will consist of interactive classes in real time on course weekends and will be complemented with home practices, videos and recordings on our platform as well as written homework.
The purpose of this courses is to complete your training started in the Instructor course, consolidating the criteria and expanding all the practical and theoretical subjects.
This course provides you with a broad vision of the world of Yoga and its theories. The practical classes reach high levels of technical support and preparation to teach more advanced classes.
Completion of the Teacher course gives you access to the 100-hour elective courses to expand your knowledge and give you the 500-hour diploma.
Graduates will be able to register with the major international USA and UK Yoga Alliances.
The contents of our Training Programs cover the specifications of the Certificate of Professionalism in Yoga Instruction in Spain.
Throughout the course there is a supplement of additional hours of study relevant to the syllabus and course structure. You will find this support on our platform. The extra support includes tasks, practices, projects, specific work related to improving teaching, readings of classic texts, and preparation of a personal thesis to be presented orally.
Knowing the fundamentals of class sequences to teach intelligent and effective classes will develop your voice and mastery of teaching skills. To access this course, graduation from the Yoga Instructors training course is required.
"Every day it becomes clearer that I could not be transmitting this discipline in my classes with the security that I have if it were not for the magnificent training that I received from you".
Diagnostic analysis and evaluation of yoga instruction
Adaptations, substitutions and adjustments
Teaching methodology and pedagogy.
Class projects regarding the mythology, creativity and detailed knowledge of the postures
Design and direction of sessions and activities in the classroom
Teaching categories and methodology
Programming and management of resources in yoga instruction activities
Variety of postures with their adaptations and class levels
Yoga Philosophy and Ethics.
Fundamental, philosophical and mystical principles of yoga, classical texts
Anatomy Applied to Practice.
The contact hours that make up this study plan are distributed among different training areas:
Techniques, Methodology and Practical Application: practical knowledge of the variants of advanced postures, their different techniques and their multiple adaptations, aimed at a personalised, differentiated teaching, capable of addressing the different abilities encountered in the classroom, incorporating the newest methodologies.
Pedagogy: Planning and learning methodology. Advanced knowledge of preparing and designing a class. Pedagogical and creative strategies for developing individual teaching scripts, and oral presentations.
Anatomy and Physiology: specialised knowledge of applied anatomy for the practice of postures.
Philosophy and Tradition: Comparative multifaceted study of the yoga tradition: history, literature, philosophy, its practical application and its reconciliation with Western culture.
Meditation, practice of advanced pranayamas and kriyas.
Practicum: Throughout the course, what was learned in the theoretical and pedagogical classes is practiced, consolidating the knowledge of the postures, variants, substitutions and use of aids for the improvement of personal practice and with a view to teaching.
Already at this stage of the Teacher Training Course, the asana technique and how to teach it is thoroughly mastered, and the next question that arises is "now what?"
Now appears the ability and the possibility to go one step further, to venture to explore the limits of the posture and direct it towards a purpose.
You will learn to recognize the fine line that differentiates yoga from acrobatics or gymnastics.
In this course you will move towards a conscious and integrative asana.
Gauri profesora emérita
Gauri has created a unique pedagogical system for the training of Yoga Teachers. With her pedagogy approach, she has transformed the method and practice of teaching: design of programs; organisation of classes, communication skills, class environments; how to teach; specific vocabulary and psychological evaluation.
Mabel uses of techniques, methodology and practical application and practical knowledge of anatomical adaptations, of precision in postural corrections, of the use of accessory tools are one of her strong fortes in her teaching. Learning knowledge, skills, abilities, values and attitudes related to the practical teaching of yoga are some of the aspects in her teaching style.
At present he is devoted to the practice and diffusion of meditation in small groups and teacher training courses, where he freely teaches his personal commitment to this ancestral practice from a human point of view.
One of my passions is to share my training with the students. Om
Chrystiani is an expert in the technical and methodological application of the practice. "Recognising that learning is different for everyone is very important, a training student is open, wanting to know more, but also comes with a baggage, with their way of seeing yoga, with doubts"