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26 Tage 200-Stunden Ashtanga Vinyasa Yogalehrer Ausbildung in Goa, Indien

200-hour Yoga Teacher Training India

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Join Kranti Yoga in the magnificent Patnem Beach for the 200-hour yoga teacher training. This course is designed to initiate you onto the path of yoga and prepare you to teach others. It is a rewarding way to develop an Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow yoga practice, awaken your inner teacher, and gain an internationally recognized teaching certification. Furthermore, the beach side beauty of Patnem is the perfect place for you to immerse and grow further in your yoga journey.

Retreat Highlights

  • Daily yoga classes
  • Daily meditation and pranayama classes
  • Tuition and course materials with Yoga Alliance registered certification
  • Teaching methodology, yoga philosophy, and theory classes
  • Alignments and technical workshops
  • 25 nights accommodation
  • Daily vegetarian meals

Level

  • Anfänger
  • Mit Vorkenntnissen
  • Fortgeschritten

Yoga Stile


24 Tage Unterricht auf Englisch
Gesprochene Sprachen: Englisch
Die maximale Teilnehmerzahl pro Gruppe ist 30
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Unterkunft

After travelling the world extensively, Kranti has developed his shala to combine location with the ultimate yogi comfort. The village is situated right on Patnem Beach where you’ll walk right out their back gate and be meters from the sea. You get to soak up the amazing views and calming sea breeze during your practice whether sunrise, sunset, or during the day.

The Yoga Village is decorated with twinkling lights and colorful muslin. Swinging beds, sun lounges, and a chill-out zone await your enjoyment, along with many other cozy places to take chai, study, chat, sunbathe, and enjoy your time here.

Many of these places are fitted with fans to keep you cool during the hotter months. The village has an eco-friendly solar power supply, providing hot water, and electricity throughout the day. Other facilities also include Wi-Fi, self-service washing machines, beach towels, book swap, housekeeping services, warm bedding, linen, free phone for local calls, communal fridge, and night security.

Ayurvedic, herbal, chai tea, and filtered water is available 24 hours a day. The Yoga Village is located on the beach, close to cafes, restaurants, bars. There is a small supermarket, travel agent, currency exchange, and local shopping located just outside the shala. Taxis and auto rickshaws are also available at the transport stand just outside the Shala.

It has become a tradition to appreciate your surroundings with sunset walks, meditation, and acro-yoga with your new friends. The Kranti Village is a 5000 square meters property that has access to both the beach and the roadside. Conveniently spread across two beautiful campuses, Moksha is the ocean view campus and Sattva is their tranquil garden campus.

The spacious deluxe cottages are available exclusively for guests of their school. Their options range from four shared garden cottages right through to luxurious beachfront cottages. Choose to fall asleep with the sound of crashing waves and a light sea breeze or sleep nestled among the lush greenery of cashew, coconut, and mango trees. Their cottages are purposely built for your comfort so that you can relax and focus on your learning and development.

Cottages are around 28 square meters and have their own porch, hammock, desk, and swinging chair. Comfortable mattresses, space to lock your valuables, mosquito nets, western style toilet, and shower make up some of the indoor features. During peak times, they use a sister campus located next door on Patnem Beach. The accommodation is of a similar standard and is approximately 15 meters from their gate.

Programm

Certifications

Upon completion of this yoga teacher training, students will receive certificate affiliated with Yoga Alliance. Registration with Yoga Alliance provides a globally recognized credential.

The Kranti Yoga teacher training course is a comprehensive Yoga Alliance approved 200-hour program that runs over three and a half weeks in the beautiful Patnem Beach, South Goa. Although intensive, the course is presented with a progressive approach to yoga. The course is a stepping stone to becoming a yoga teaching professional and the training itself will give you a solid foundation in Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow yoga.

The program is delivered in a modern, fun, relaxed environment where you will be encouraged, supported, and guided to achieve the most out of the course. You should be prepared to be mentally and physically challenged because classes vary from physically vigorous, restorative, and also thought inducing.

Course objectives

  • Develop your own personal daily practice (Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow)
  • Develop and practice a daily pranayama, kriyas, mudras, and meditation practice
  • Learn about the skeletal and muscular systems and how this affects your practice and your teaching
  • Study the Patanjali Yoga Sutras and learn how to incorporate them into your daily practice and life
  • Learn how to structure a class and then incorporate all these components into designing your own class
  • Learn to teach this class to your peers in a small group environment and then you will teach this class to your peers as your assessment

Asanas and anatomy or alignment

The program offers a strong foundation in Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow, concentrating on the correct alignment of the postures. This make up the primary series with a focus on offering modifications to suit practitioners of all levels and abilities.

The course begins with a senior teacher guiding you through the full primary series, with modifications while assistant teachers will support you ensuring correct alignment of each asana. These classes will be followed by two hours of anatomy and alignment classes where will you break down the primary series posture by posture allowing you to gain a deeper insight into how the body mechanics affect your practice.

You will have the opportunity to take notes, practice one to one with your peers with the support of your teachers. The aim is that you build on prior knowledge of anatomy whatever level that may be and leave with a greater awareness of your own body. During these classes, you will also focus on how to modify you own practice, identifying your weaknesses. The teachers will help you identify such areas and give you preparation techniques.

During week two, you will be ready to begin practicing by yourself; Mysore-style classes. The teacher will no longer lead the class, you will complete the series, together with your peers, with your own breath count and in your own time. You will be supported by your senior teacher and assistant teachers who will check alignment, help you deepen the posture, and adjust you if available. Self-practice is a great way for your teachers to help you personalize your development.

Pranayama (breathing techniques)

From the first moment you step onto your mat, you will be encouraged to bring awareness to your breath. In Ashtanga, the ujjayi breath initiates the movement from one posture to the next. You will learn to use the rhythm of this breath to progress through your practice. In addition, you will also learn four further pranayama techniques that will help you clear your mind, improve your lung capacity, plus a range of other mental and physical benefits.

This is an important aspect of yoga that is often overlooked but should always follow a physical practice. Tutorials will explain the theory accompanying these breathing techniques, enabling you to practice effectively during guided classes. During these classes, you will also cover kriyas (cleansing) and mudras (energy seals).

Teaching methodology

You will start to teach your peers during the first week of your training. You will instruct each other on a one-on-one basis by breaking down the fundamentals of a yoga class and then from here you will progress to writing and delivering your own class. Each session, there will be tools provided for you to develop your teaching skills, facilitating you to build your own yoga class that you will deliver during the final week.

The teaching methodology sessions include opening a class, sequencing, instructions, relaxation techniques, corrections and adjustments, and modifications. Students always find this a particularly memorable experience as the majority of them will teach for the first time. Participating in each other’s classes and providing constructive feedback for your peers is a great way to learn and this supports the ethos that learning is sharing.

Yoga philosophy

Classical yoga philosophy is interwoven throughout the program and you will be introduced to Patanjalis yoga sutras, allowing you to make your own comparisons of classical and contemporary yoga, posing the question: what is yoga? These sessions are a great time for philosophical debates and indeed provide a welcome insight into the views of your fellow students.

Each yoga class will have a spiritual message that will allow you to understand how you can incorporate philosophy into practice. Hari Krishna will deliver a talk on yoga in Gita, a beloved Indian text from which many lessons can be learned.

Sample daily schedule

  • 07:00 - 09:00 Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga: primary series (self-practice and led class)
  • 09:00 - 10:00 Pranayama followed by meditation and kriyas
  • 10:00 - 11:00 Breakfast
  • 11:00 - 13:00 Anatomy and alignment class
  • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 – 14.45 Self-study
  • 14:45 - 16:15 Teaching methodology and yoga philosophy
  • 16.15 – 16.30 Afternoon snacks and fruit
  • 16:30 - 18:15 Hip opening, back-bending, and transitional workshop
  • 18:15 – 18:45 Sunset meditation, chanting circle, and quiet time
  • 19:00 – 20:00 Dinner

YTTC Dates

  • 2017

September 30

October 26

November 21

December 18

  • 2018

January 15

February 12

March 12

April 9

May 7

Lehrer

Kranti (Tarun) Agrawal
Tarun Agrawal, founder and director of The Kranti Yoga Village, was born in 1980 in Chhattisgarh, Middle India. Following a family tradition, at the age of 9, he frequented a guru named Sant Chana Baba for meditation and yogic spiritual talks. Chana Baba was an old Tantra Master living in a temple located on Shakti Mountain. He gave Tarun his spiritual name, Kranti, meaning revolution. It is no surprise that this has therefore become the name of his successful business, a yoga school with accommodation, on Patnem Beach, Goa.
Dhira Krishna
Dhira Krishna Rupa Das is currently serving as a preacher and counselor in Goa. He conducts regular courses of Bhagavat Gita and Srimad Bhagwatam in English and Hindi in different parts of Goa. He has acquired Bhaktishastri, a certified course based on the teachings of Bhagavat Gita. He joined ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness) full time in 2007 in Goa and has been initiated by H. H. Radhanath Swami Maharaj. Dhira joins The Kranti Yoga Team to teach philosophy, in particular to teach yoga in Gita.
Laura Shanks
Originally from New York, Laura came to yoga over 15 years ago through dance. At the advice of a dance teacher, she began a regular Bikram practice that soon evolved into a personal practice of her own. Over time, and through experimentation with various styles of yoga, her practice blossomed beyond the physical, becoming an all-encompassing, spiritual practice. She has completed a 200-hour TTC in classical Hatha yoga and meditation at an Ashram in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, as well as a 300-hour and 100-hour plus TTC in Ashtanga Vinyasa here at Kranti Yoga.

Retreat Ort

This teacher training program will take place in the magical Patnem Beach, South Goa. Unlike other parts of Goa, Patnem Beach has retained its peacefulness and natural charm despite growing numbers of tourists to the area.

The closest airport is Dabolim Airport (GOI) and the journey to them is just over an hour. Patnem beach itself is lined with bars, restaurants, and beach hut accommodations. The hospitality of the Patnem locals awaits you. Choose from the many dining options that offer international cuisine from all corners of the globe, as well as traditional Goan curries, seafood specialties, and the popular vegan delights.

It is ideal for those who enjoy harmony between beach life, yoga, and relaxed dinners with friends. It is definitely a tradition to watch the phenomenal sunsets on the beach during your yoga teacher training, yogis regularly walk and run this beach and participate in light-hearted acro-yoga during the downing of the sun.

If you are looking for some evening entertainment, you are not far away from the tourist hub of Palolem. Here you will find more night-time activities, sometimes a welcome alternative to the quietness and early nights of Patnem.

Palolem is only five minutes away from the shala and can be reached by rickshaw. Alternatively, five minutes in the other direction, you will find the fabulous local location of Chaudi. Here you will find a more traditional Indian experience with local fresh food and seafood markets, chai stands, supermarket, pharmacy, and such.

Nearby places

  • Anjuna, 90 kilometers - 3 hours
  • Chaudi, 3 kilometers - 5 minutes
  • Dabolim Airport (GOI), 61 kilometers - 10 hours
  • Margao, 45 kilometers - 40 minutes
  • Palolem - 5 minutes
  • Panaji, 78 kilometers - 2 hours

Besonderheiten

Allgemeines

  • Bar
  • Strand
  • Café
  • Essbereich
  • Umweltfreundlich
  • Garten
  • Hängematte
  • Küche
  • Restaurant
  • Spezielles Menu auf Anfrage
  • Yoga Shala

Services

  • Geldautomat / Bank
  • Geldwechsel
  • Kostenloses WLAN
  • Internetzugang
  • Medizinische Versorgung

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Verpflegung

Daily meals with snacks, fruits, and drinks are included in the price. In the shala, you will be served all meals throughout the day (breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, and dinner) seven days a week. Students often choose to eat out on Sunday as a treat for their day off. There are also snacks, fruits, fresh juices, coconuts, and Ayurvedic teas, herbal, chai teas, and purified water available.

All meals are served buffet-style in their outdoor dining hall giving you a range of options for you to choose from. Kranti Yoga promotes a healthy diet and the foods served are freshly prepared for you daily. They have a kitchen on site with wonderful cooks, who will delight you a large array of traditional Indian specialties combined with a blend of western favorites.

The kitchen is at your service and ready to accommodate all your dietary requirements, whatever they may be. The meals are strictly vegetarian and the kitchen is easily able to cater for vegan, lactose intolerant, gluten free, and other diets. If there is something you need or crave, they will always try to help.

If you miss a meal, the cooks will always rustle something up for you. There is never a need to be hungry. All food is sourced locally and the menu will consist of seasonal fruit and vegetables. The groceries are bought from nearby markets and stores in order to support the local community.

Outside of the shala, you will find a range of restaurants and cafes serving a host of tasty and healthy choices. You can choose from traditional Indian dishes or pick from a rich international menu that is widely available in most restaurants. The food in Patnem and neighboring Palolem is some of the finest cuisine on offer in Goa. Patnem is renowned for a high standard of hygiene.

Folgende Mahlzeiten sind inbegriffen:

  • Frühstück
  • Mittagessen
  • Abendessen
  • Snacks
  • Getränke

Die folgenden Ernährungsweisen stehen zur Verfügung und/oder berücksichtigt werden:

  • Vegetarisch
  • Vegan
  • Glutenfrei
  • Biologisch
  • Rohkost
  • Yogisch
  • Weitere ernährungsspezifische Anforderungen auf Anfrage
  • Ayurvedisch
Wenn Sie besondere Ernährungsbedürfnisse haben, empfehlen wir Ihnen diese dem Veranstalter bei der Buchung mitzuteilen.

Freizeitaktivitäten und Sehenswürdigkeiten (optional)

On Saturday evening and Sundays, students often choose to go exploring to make the most of their time off classes. There are also optional local excursions available at your own costs.

  • Agonda night market
  • Anjuna Night Market (North Goa November to March)
  • Ayurvedic treatments and massage
  • Beach walks
  • Butterfly Island
  • Drum Circle (Thursdays outside Nada Brahma)
  • Galgibag (Turtle Beach)
  • Leopard Valley night market (November to February)
  • Local Hindu temples
  • Old Goa
  • Relax in hammocks, swinging beds, sun lounges
  • Silent disco (Saturdays)
  • Spice farms
  • Stand up paddle boarding (SUP)
  • Swimming
  • Traditional Indian cooking classes
  • Waterfalls

Was ist im Preis inbegriffen?

  • 25 nights accommodation
  • 6 days a week yoga and meditation classes
  • Anatomy, alignment, technical flow, and technical workshops
  • Course manual, reference material, yoga mat, and tuition
  • Daily meals, snacks, fruit, fresh juices, tea, filtered water
  • Teaching methodology, philosophy, Ayurveda, and pranayama theory classes
  • Use of all shala facilities including Wi-Fi, self-service laundry, swinging beds, sun lounges, chill out zone, and phone for local calls
  • Yoga Alliance registered certification

Was ist nicht im Preis inbegriffen?

  • Airfare

Anreise

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Goa International Airport (GOI). Transfers from and to the airport can be arranged upon request to Kranti Yoga. They use experienced local drivers for all of their pickups, they are patient in case of delays and know exactly where to drop you off (particularly helpful for overnight arrivals). Alternatively, there are set price taxis available at the counter on arrival in Goa Airport (GOI).

Arrival by bus

There are plenty of options for arrival by bus in case you want to save money or want to experience local Goan transport. You can catch a bus from KTC bus station in Margao directly to Patnem Beach. It is also possible to reach Goa by Volvo, deluxe or semi-deluxe buses from Mumbai, Pune, and Bangalore.

Arrival by train

If you would like to arrive by train you can reach Goa by train from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochin, Mysore, and Pune. The closest stop is Canacona which is located in Chaudi.

Stornierungsbedingungen

  • Eine Reservierung erfordert eine Anzahlung von 20% des Gesamtpreises.
  • Die Anzahlung wird nicht erstattet, wenn die Buchung storniert wird.
  • Der Restbetrag ist am Tag der Ankunft zu zahlen.
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