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21 jours-200h de formation de professeur de yoga certifiée Yoga Alliance dans le Sinai, Égypte

RYS 200h Yoga Teacher Training Egypt

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Join Hari-Om Yoga School in this enriching yoga teacher training. This 200-hour course aims at giving its students a solid foundation for teaching yoga while also stimulating participants to find their own personal path among the different and numerous approaches and techniques that exist in the world of yoga. The certificate is valid worldwide thus you will be able to teach anywhere you wish. Come and experience a true immersion of yoga knowledge at its finest!

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Emanuela & Jennifer
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  • Daily 4 hours of lecture
  • 4 hours of practice sessions
  • Lectures on asana, pranayama, and anatomy
  • Certificate of attendance to register with Yoga Alliance
  • Daily wholesome vegetarian meals
  • 20 nights' accommodation

Niveau de pratique

  • Débutant
  • Intermédiaire
  • Avancé

Styles de yoga

20 jours de cours en Anglais
Langues parlées par l'organisateur: Anglais
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La Hacienda Ras Sudr is a large coastal resort and one of the main hotels around the city of Ras Sedr. The newly built cabins have a gorgeous sea view and are spread around a number of swimming pools that will help make your yoga immersion even more special. The yoga studio, Soul Egypt, is set within La Hacienda’s perimeters and because it’s located right on the beachfront, it benefits from a stunning view of the sea and sunset. Fully equipped with mats, blocks, and straps, you will find all you need for your practice.



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


Hari-Om yoga teacher training is always intense and challenging. They integrate tools and techniques from other traditions and practices such as Muay Thai, Zen, Taoism, ecstatic dance, and dynamic meditation. In their understanding, yoga is a dynamic path to a deeper and integral comprehension and many of you are past the point of being satisfied with simple explanations as what degree the ankle should be placed or how high the arm should be raised in an asana.

Yoga is not a dogmatic practice and when it becomes fanatical, can only add ignorance to ignorance. In this yoga teacher training, there are at least 4 hours a day of powerful practice and you, who decide to join and immerse yourselves in the practice, are required to have a strong commitment. If observing your perceived limits and challenging them beyond what you thought possible in a conscious way, strengthening your body and inner body, and staying consistent on a path toward power is what you're searching for, then you can join this teacher training.

The training will be led by highly qualified teachers with solid experience in many different topics, from asana to meditation, to yoga therapy and Ayurveda, from anatomy to philosophy, mantra, and bhakti to provide a solid foundation for the students. The teachers will be available through the training to answer questions and support students to overcome difficulties they may encounter as well as to facilitate the development of each student as a competent yoga teacher.

Hari-Om Yoga School believes in developing a community to support each other. Leaving your comfort zone and transmuting it into your practice is Hari-Om's aim and forte. The school’s program integrates every aspect that is considered necessary for a thorough teacher training. Hari-Om is a school of Integral yoga, which means that they teach a type of yoga that stretches beyond the boundaries of style and tradition.


The asanas studied during the 200-hour teacher training are accompanied by an introduction to the principles of alignment, their meaning, and functionality. The program and the subsequent subdivision in sections follow a specific methodology of the school that combines the analysis of the anatomical alignments with their psychic and emotional qualities, highlighting the link with some key terms of the Indian cultural sphere (chakra and dosha) and the application of these qualities within the contemporary world.

This way to see things is the same as in the asana section of the basic school text (Hari Yoga by M. Mandrino). In addition to individual asanas, a basic sequence, its logic, and possible asana variations or replacements are studied and analyzed. Vinyasa's art and logic, such as Marjariasana and Surya Namaskara or fluid passages from one asana to another, are another peculiarity of Hari-Om's dynamic approach to yoga asana.


  • Asana fundamentals and standing asanas (the responsibility): Tadasana, Adho Mukha Svanasan, Virabhadrasana I, Virabhadrasana II, Virabhadrasana III, Utthita Parvsakonasana, Utthita Trikonasana, and Utkatasana
  • Standing asana for balance (the equanimity / upekkha): Vrksasana, Garudasana, Ardha Chandrasana, and Utthita Hasta Padangustasana
  • Asanas for the meditation and relaxation (the compassion / karuna): Savasana, Siddhasana and Sukhasana, and Brahmasana
  • Asanas with torso bending backward (empathic joy / mudita): Bhujangasana, Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, Salabhasana, Dhanurasana, Supta Virasana, Matsyasana, and Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
  • Asanas with torso bending forward and legs external rotation (loving kindness / metta): Uttanasana, Parsvottanasana, Prasarita Padottanasana, Baddha Konasana, Gomukasana, Pachimottanasana, Janu Sirsasana, Upavista Konasana, and Adho Mukha Virasana
  • Asanas with twist (the change): Parivritta Parsvakonasana, Parivritta Trikonasana, Parivritta Ardha Chandrasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana, and Jathara Parivartanasana
  • Asanas for strength (the discipline / tapas): Navasana and Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Inverted asanas (beyond fear): Salamba Sarvangasana, Halasana, and Sirshasana
  • Vinyasa (follow the flow): what is Vinyasa, Marjariasana, and Surya Namaskara

The aspects of each asana to be analyzed

  • Alignment points
  • Common mistakes
  • Possible simplified or advanced variations
  • Physical benefits
  • Contraindications
  • Influences on the mind-body system
  • Influences on chakras
  • Influences on dosha


Hari-Om's practical and theoretical approach allows the student to look at pranayama from many points of view. The energy or vital flow is not only analyzed in its historical and theoretical meaning, but also immediately applied through techniques which involve the use of diaphragms, concentration, and mental presence. The breathing cycle and the basics of the respiratory system are part of the general presentation of pranayama as well as the breakdown into five traditional types of energy flows or vayu and the bandhas.

The program is divided into different modules, each comprising a practical part in which participants are guided to experiment directly with pranayama techniques and a theoretical one, which explains the historical-cultural origins of practices and their psychophysical effects. As for asanas, the following aspects of the different pranayama techniques are described:

  • Different approaches and teaching
  • Physical and psychophysical benefits
  • Contraindications
  • Influences on chakras
  • Influences on dosha

Other aspects

  • The pranayama: what is meant by prana, the five main types of prana (prana, apana, vyana, samana, and udana), the breath cycle, bandhas, good rules for practicing pranayama
  • Basic techniques (balancing or soothing techniques): Apa Japa, Ujjayi, Nadi Shodana, Anuloma, Viloma, and Sheetali and Sheetkari
  • Energizing and heating techniques (advanced techniques): Kapalabhati, Bhastrika, Sama Vritti and Asamavritti, Agnisari, general guidelines for advanced techniques, as well as review of all the techniques and focus on pranayama teaching

Teaching techniques

During this yoga teacher training, you will be studying teaching. You will dive into the art of teaching through different approaches that highlight the abilities of each one. Discovering your linguistic, camouflage, kinetic, creative, logical, poetic skills, etc. will represent a good part of the lessons that Hari-Om reserves to practice teaching, in order to allow students to emphasize their personality as a teacher.

Learning to communicate the principles underlying the various sequences, Vinyasa, pranayama, meditation, as well as learning to dialogue with students (a teaching ethics) are the main points of this section. Through this part of the program, you will be provided with the necessary information to start teaching professionally, effectively and satisfactorily as soon as the teacher training is completed. In short, these are the arguments:

  • Lessons on the art of teaching and comparison with different types of intelligence
  • Yoga and the ethics of teaching
  • Practical tips for the first steps as a teacher (from the didactic and bureaucratic-administrative point of view)

Philosophy and yoga history

Some lessons on philosophy and yoga history are part of the 200-hour yoga teacher training. This section allows you to understand the historical-cultural origins of yoga and to project this knowledge into the context of contemporary life. Observing the similarities among the different traditions, cultures, and philosophies that studied the body-mind relationship and the interdisciplinarity of their methodologies and techniques is one of the strengths of Hari-Om Yoga School.

More generally, the absence of dogmatism, the openness to syncretism, and the adherence to the universality of awareness-centered approaches are the basis of Hari-Om cultural system. These, in summary, are the main arguments:

  • Historical facts about the origins of yoga
  • What is yoga (an analysis of the different yoga systems and their origins)
  • Yamas and niyamas (the relationship with the self and ethics towards others)
  • Introduction to Samkhya (Purusha / Prakriti, evolution / involution and liberation path)
  • Ashtanga (the eight stages of yoga): comparison with different classical and Tantric traditions
  • Karma yoga (the way of action), Bhakti yoga (the way of devotion), and Jnana yoga (the way of knowledge)
  • Introduction to Tantra (the Tantric vision of spirituality and sexuality, divinities and their qualities, the vama and the dakshina marga, as well as ritualism and techniques)
  • Points of union between the various mystical and spiritual traditions

Subtle physiology

Subtle physiology is definable as the field of knowledge that deals with subtle bodies and energies and which is rooted in various non-only-Indian spiritual traditions. It is a path that calls for the human being to be considered as an ever-increasing force of power that unites seamlessly vital and psychic mental functions. Yoga is certainly an area where this kind of knowledge can be put into practice through a set of techniques geared to a holistic state of mind-body system. The following are the main subjects:

  • Nadi or the energy channels that cross the human body (yogic techniques that increase their energy contribution)
  • Chakra definition (the seven evolving chakras)
  • Kosha or energy shells (how they interact with the three bodies and chakras)
  • The relationship between Hatha yoga and chakra and more generally with the psychophysical well-being of the individual
  • Kundalini / Shakti (methods and techniques for awakening)

Mantra and mudra

During this 200-hour yoga teacher training, you will be studying the value of sound vibration and more specifically the repetition of mantras. These are the main contents:

  • Om as the original vibration of the world
  • Sound and yoga (Nada yoga principles)
  • The bija mantra or original sounds
  • Traditional mantras
  • The practice of the Kirtan (devotional song)

Mudras are another important topic of this teacher training, as they represent one of the ways to gain access to the close connection between beauty and presence, form and content. A first theoretical approach (an overview of the origin, use, and traditional features) follows a more detailed analysis of some hands and head mudras with indications of benefits and techniques. In these lessons, as with most of the course subjects, the immediate experimentation of theory is the peculiarity of the Hari-Om method.

The hand mudras considered are the following:

  • Jnana / chin
  • Anjali
  • Dhyana
  • Bhairava / i
  • Padma
  • Abhaya
  • Matangi
  • Uttharabodhi
  • Shiva linga
  • Ksepana
  • Garuda

Some head mudras are:

  • Kechari
  • Shambhavi

Consciousness and meditation (the relationship of the mind, nervous system, and body)

Meditation or dhyana is a key topic of this teacher training. During this yoga teacher training, you will be focussing on the meaning of meditation, on how this practice has manifested itself in the history of cultures and on its effects on mind and body from both a scientific and subtle physiology points of view. This historical-philosophical-cultural approach is complemented by the analysis and experimentation of some of the most well-known meditation techniques, using tools such as breathing, mantra, visualizations, chakras, major nadi, sound, and senses.

Most of the meditation approaches taught during this 200-hour teacher training are Kriya yoga, Raja yoga, and Kundalini techniques, but also practices close to the Buddhist and Zen traditions. The relationship between the mind, body, and nervous system allows you to enter into the benefits of the gift that meditation gives you.

Understanding how your mind and the nervous system work allows you to perceive the labile boundary that separates the various practices that lead to the deliberate conscience of the present, observing actively and without judging the different forms of thought, emotions, and feelings that pass through the body-mind system. Following are the points taken into consideration:

  • Meditation: brief history and cultural aspects of the term
  • Meditation: the various techniques in different cultures
  • The nervous system: its functioning in relation to yoga and meditation
  • How to teach meditation and the simplest tips to make everyday life an active field for meditation and living the present more peacefully

The holistic life (from nutrition to good daily habits passing through Ayurveda)

Bringing a bridge between Western and Eastern thinking means meeting holistic disciplines. Olos, totality in Greek, indicates a multidisciplinary approach to knowledge and, in particular, to complex systems. The human system is one of the most significant examples to investigate for its complexity and functioning. Man as the interrelationship between body, mind and the environment as a whole is a good example to explore the richness of the relationship between everything and the individual parts.

The search for a balance within the complex human system is at the heart of many Oriental thoughts. How to reconcile the knowledge that comes from your Western education, the lifestyles of the system you are immersed in, and these non-analytical, rhymomatic, and often implicating an active dialogue between ethics, medicine, psychology, and self-knowledge?

This teacher training provides basic information to get closer to the yoga world as a holistic system. Students are invited to enter the dense mesh of Ayurveda and other holistic thoughts (oriental and non-oriental) in which the self is the indispensable fulcrum that determines the beginning of the research. The urgency of everyday life, its rituals related to food and personal hygiene, physical exercise and meditative spaces for study and pleasure of meeting with the self are the cornerstones of this interdisciplinary approach to living and seeking a conscious balance.

From these premises, the student is invited to reflect on his yogic lifestyle, the opportunity to share it with the people who form his community and project it toward the society in which he lives. In broad terms, the following topics are covered:

  • Everyday living
  • The yogic lifestyle: how to apply yogic knowledge to everyday life
  • Holistic disciplines and the Western world
  • Ayurveda, a 360-degree world to deal with the self and others
  • Nutrition as a daily practice to balance body and mind

Introduction to yoga therapy

During this yoga teacher training, an introduction to yoga therapy is also planned. The main topics covered are the following:

  • Definition of yoga therapy as indicated by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) and general overview on the structure of the yoga therapy path
  • Skills needed to practice yoga therapy
  • Key features of a good yoga therapist


The anatomy and physiology of the human body are developed through a detailed program that starts from the observation of the various systems that structure the human being to the complex interrelations between muscles, joints, breath, and mind in the execution of movements and asanas. The study of anatomy during this teacher training is a starting point for the student to understand the alignments, benefits, and contraindications of the different postures and movements underlying them, as well as the biomechanical functioning of the human body and the repercussions on the body-mind system.

The immediate experimentation of these notions, the application of the anatomy foundations to asanas, and more generally, to the movement, is one of the aspects of the method. Following are the main topics which will be discussed:

  • The world within your body / the human body: the human body system, muscles (muscle chains and the connective tissue), the relationship between the muscles (agonists and antagonists), mechanics of muscles (isometric, concentric, and eccentric contraction), and technical analysis of a series of asanas
  • The language of anatomy: planes and axes of movement, mobile joints (diatas) and joint mobility, respect the range of motion, the spine and posture, and technical analysis of a series of asanas
  • Principles of movement applied to yoga asana: starting the movement from the spine and connecting it to the big joints (shoulder and hip), control and coordination of movement (the fluid strength of the core, flexibility, and endurance), stabilization (rooting through supports), tension and compression (how to recognize them in practice, avoid damage, tear, and injury), and technical analysis of a series of asanas.

The vast field of the nervous system and the respiratory system are an integral part of the lessons specifically related to the relationship between meditation and mind on one side and pranayama and breathing cycle on the other.

Daily schedule

  • 06:00-08:00 Practice
  • 08:00-09:00 Breakfast
  • 09:00-12:15 Lecture
  • 12:30-14:45 Lunch and break
  • 14:45-16:45 Lecture
  • 17:00-19:00 Practice
  • 19:00-20:00 Dinner
  • 20:00-22:00 Evening lecture (twice in the program)


Emanuela Genesio
Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 (Hatha Yoga)
Emanuela teaches contemporary art at the European Institute of Design and Paris 8 University. She creates installations as well as takes part in performances, Indian inks, and poetry in relation with people and their energy. She teaches, and above all, she experiences yoga since she met Marco Mandrino's non-dogmatic and interdisciplinary approach. Thanks to the experiences of Tai Chi and Zen, she produces artistic performances and mixed workshops with the intention of going deep into the human poetry.
Jennifer Osman
Hari-Om Yoga School Yoga Alliance RYT 500 (Yoga)
Jenny is a mother of one and avid kitesurfer. She has spent the last five years living on the beach in Egypt with her husband, also her childhood sweetheart, where they own a successful kitesurfing centre. Jenny has trained in Ashtanga yoga with David Swenson and has just completed her 500 RYT with Hari om yoga school. Today she has her own yoga shala on the beach. Jenny teaches a variety of classes including power yoga, hatha vinyasa, yin and ashtanga, although she enjoys power yoga the most due its fast pace.

Lieu du séjour

This yoga teacher training will take place at Soul Egypt of La Hacienda Ras Sudr. Situated two hours from Sharm-El-Sheik and two hours and a half from Cairo, the location is a perfect combination of natural beauty and luxurious comfort.

Particularités exclusives de l'offre


  • Salle de sport
  • Kitesurf
  • SUP
  • Baignade
  • Piscine extérieure
  • Tennis de table
  • Court de tennis


  • Plage
  • Café
  • Jardin
  • Bar au bord de la piscine
  • Restaurant
  • Terrasse
  • Studio de yoga


  • Location de planches


You can indulge your taste buds in one of La Hacienda's gourmet restaurants or have a quick bite at one of the cozy cafes. At Gardenia restaurant, they serve an extensive menu of international delicious dishes, either in an open buffet setting or a la carte. El patio serves the famous authentic pizza alongside many Italian appetizers and hot meals.

The pool bar serves snacks, hot and cold sandwiches in addition to a large variety of fresh juices and cocktails that you can sip on while basking in the warm Sinai sun. Cuba Cabana is the main beach outlet and it is where most of the guests hang out after sunset to enjoy`some chillout music, shisha, and munchies right by the glimmering water of the Red Sea.

Les repas suivants sont inclus:

  • Petits déjeuners
  • Déjeuners
  • Dîners

Les régimes alimentaires suivants servis et/ou pris en charge :

  • Végétarien
  • Aliments bio
Si vous suivez un régime alimentaire spécifique, faites-le savoir à l'organisateur au moment d'effectuer votre réservation.

Activités et lieux à visiter

  • A nightly plunge in one of Ras Sedr’s ubiquitous hot springs
  • A visit to poi workshops
  • Billiards
  • Canoeing
  • Dolphin sightseeing
  • Football
  • Kitesurfing
  • Paddle boarding
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Visits to several concerts and events hosted in the Roman theater
  • Volleyball
  • Watching a box-office movie at La Hacienda's open-air cinema
  • Work out in the gym

Ce qui est inclus

  • 20 nights' accommodation
  • 4 hours of practice sessions
  • Certificate of attendance to register with Yoga Alliance
  • Course materials
  • Daily four hours of lecture
  • Daily wholesome vegetarian meals
  • Lectures on asana, pranayama, and anatomy
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