100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Austria

Yoga Teacher Training in Austria

Date: Sunday, May 31, 2020 – Thursday, June 11, 2020

Turn your passion into a Yoga job!  Join us for a well-recognized Yoga Teacher Training Course in Austria & Cyprus.

Akhilesh Bodhi (India) and Kerstin Linnartz (Germany) already have successfully taught this concept consisting of two modules for a total of 4 weeks in India. Training with a certificate.

  • 200-hour training recognized and certified by the Yoga Alliance
  • Modular training in two parts for optimal flexibility
  • First-class teaching by an international team of teachers
  • Recognized as educational leave by the Berlin Senate
  • Great locations in the mountains and by the sea

200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN TWO MODULES – IN THE MOUNTAINS AND BY THE SEA

Module A: In Austria
Date: Sunday, May 31, 2020 – Thursday, June 11, 2020
Price: from € 2.290
Address: Villa Sonnwend in Austria
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Module B: In Cyprus
Date: Saturday, September 26th, 2020 – Saturday, October 10th, 2020
Price: € 2.440
Address: Hotel Aphrodite, directly by the sea, in Cyprus
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Both locations have proven their worth for the be better YOGA Teacher Training in recent years.

YOGA Teacher Training is a great opportunity to get to know the topic of yoga intensively – not just for someone who wants to teach later. Therefore there is the possibility to book the individual modules as “Yoga Intensives”. If you “only” go on a yoga holiday for a week or two and do not take an exam, you will not receive a certificate in the end, but a confirmation of participation. However, you can then opt for the second module any time in future at our other location.

It is important for training managers to give flexibility and freedom of choice. Compared to those who work with weekend modules over a year, for example, modular training enables a deep experience of intensive, own yoga and meditation practice: a great asset for a future yoga teacher!

The curriculum to being a better YOGA teacher training

corresponds to the 200 hour standard of the International Yoga Alliance.

In order to give as many interested as possible the chance to participate in this program, it was divided into modules. So it can be planned for working people and still allows a real, deep yogic experience.

After completing the complete training, participants receive the 200 Hours RYS certificate from the International Yoga Alliance.

The yoga teacher training lasts a total of one month (divided into two modules of two weeks each) and includes the following points (the classic teaching content of the 200-hour curriculum of the 200 HRS training and also content that is specific to be better YOGA teacher training):

1. Technology, training and practice: 100 hours

Minimum contact hours: 75 hours
Minimum contact hours with training manager (s): 50 hours

Topics included:

  • Asana: execution and analysis of body postures (Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Iyengar Yoga)
  • Hands-on: verbal and physical assistance to the students in the individual positions: theory and practice
  • Vinyasa Krama: sensible composition of the asanas, also on certain topics with individual coaching
  • Pranayama: breathing techniques, their effects on a physical and mental level. Theory and practice.
  • Kriyas: cleaning techniques, their effects on a physical and mental level. Theory and practice.
  • Meditation: Introduction to various methods in theory and practice.
  • Chanting: Introduction to kirtan singing and its instruction in front of classes
  • Mantra: Introduction to understanding mantras, their meaning and effects

All the above-mentioned topics are taught both in

a) analytical training: how they are taught and practised
b) own, guided practice: the deep understanding of the effects of the individual techniques through your own experience.

Due to the modular system and the intensive own practice without interruption or distraction, the budding teacher is given the essential understanding needed during the training to authentically guide a yogic practice.

2. Teaching methodology and didactics: 25 hours

  • Minimum contact hours: 15 hours
  • Minimum contact hours with training manager (s): 10 hours

Topics included:

  • Composition of mono- or polythematic classes and courses
  • Timing, time management
  • Teaching elements such as group dynamics, prioritization or setting limits
  • Addressing the individual needs of the students, in a group or individual situation
  • Principles of demonstration, observation, assistance and correction
  • Teaching styles
  • Qualities of the teacher
  • Student learning process

3. Anatomy and physiology: 20 hours *

  • Minimum contact hours: 10 hours
  • Minimum contact hours with training manager (s): 0 hours (not required according to IYA standard, but given in be better YOGA TTC)

Topics included:

  • human physical anatomy and physiology (human systems, organs and their functions)
  • Energetic anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis etc.)

This includes the study of anatomy and physiology as well as their application in

yoga practice (effects and benefits, contraindications, healthy movements, common mistakes etc.) * according to the standard of the International Yoga Alliance, the use of anatomical and studied physiological principles.

4. Yoga philosophy, lifestyle and ethics for yoga teachers: 30 hours

  • Minimum contact hours: 20 hours
  • Minimum contact hours with training manager (s): 0 hours (not required according to IYA standard, but given in be better YOGA TTC)

Topics included:

  • Study of yoga philosophy and traditional texts (Hatha Yoga Pradibikha, Bhagavad Gita etc.)
  • Yoga Sutras (the eight-step path to Patanjali)
  • Yoga lifestyle (eg the principle of “ahimsa” or non-violence)
  • Principles of karma (cause and effect) and dharma (meaning in life)
  • Yamas and Niyamas: the commandments and instructions
  • Ethics for yoga teachers (e.g. teacher-student relationship, community, etc.)
  • Understanding the broader sense of yoga classes (e.g. the principle of “serving others” or “seva”)
  • the different forms of yoga (Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga etc.)

5. Internship: 10 hours

  • Minimum contact hours: 5 hours *
  • Minimum contact hours with training manager (s): 5 hours

Topics included:

  • Practising teaching as a primary teacher (does not include assisting, observing or giving feedback)
  • Give and receive feedback
  • Watch others teaching **
  • Assist students while someone else is teaching

* According to the International Yoga Alliance standard, each trainee must practice active teaching as the main teacher for at least 5 hours. Time to assist, observe or give feedback is not added.
** Observation and written evaluation of yoga classes outside of the teacher training counts as non-contact hours.

Remaining contact hours and hours of choice:

The above standards ensure that all trainees in a 200 HRS training receive instruction and training in 5 pedagogical and didactic categories. Of the total of 180 hours prescribed, at least 125 must be contact hours. The be better YOGA Teacher Training exceeds this minimum number.

The remaining 20 hours must be divided into the 5 categories and are the responsibility of the organizer and the respective training focus.

Total hours: 200 HRS

  • Total minimum contact hours: 180 hours
  • Total minimum contact hours with training manager (s): 65 hours

There is one day a week at your disposal as well as self-study slots for preparing the exam independently with feedback. Participation in the full program is mandatory to receive the certificate. Lessons and manuals are in both German and English.