200 Hours 28 Days Yoga and Ayurveda TTC (Multistyle) in Kerala

200 Hours 28 Days Yoga and Ayurveda TTC (Multistyle) in Kerala

Our 28 Days 200 Hours Yoga and Ayurveda TTC is a specially tailored program, designed to provide you with fundamental skills and confidence to teach yoga based on Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa lineages, in your way to become a RYT certified yoga instructor.

At Mathatitu Yoga Varkala, we understand the importance of balancing excellent teaching with affordable fees. As a Yoga Alliance accredited residential yoga school in Varkala, Kerala, India, we have the responsibility not only to offer our students the very best standard of learning, but also to keep our fees low,to be able to work towards our aim of making yoga classes accessible to all. Our belief in equality also means that our fees remain the same for both foreigners and Indians.Our main focus is on Hatha Yoga, but we believe in using the strengths from all styles of yoga, and so enable students to practice multi style yoga sessions and postures. We aim to train the students to enable them to teach all styles of yoga, promoting the unity that underpins our ideology.

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Price include accommodation, food and excursion, **Extra charges for AC

Our 28 Days 200 Hours Yoga and Ayurveda Teacher Training (YTT) Course is a RYT certified program aimed at developing advanced yoga training skills and flexibility, equipping you with all the desired skills of a traditional yoga master. The course will be conducted inside our Yoga Studios right in front of Varkala Beach, on the beach cliff and online, if necessary.

Our 28 day residential yoga teacher training course (Yoga TTC) will prepare students to learn and teach yoga asanas (postures) and meditation, using a step by step method underpinned by yoga philosophies and other related subjects (please refer to syllabus below). Our focus is not just to provide a Yoga Alliance Certification but to create a teacher who has a deep practical understanding of the yoga they wish to teach. Throughout the course we will endeavor to develop the student’s understanding of the need for self-practice. By the end of the course, the student will have the ability and confidence to teach at both beginner and advanced levels.

The curriculum covers the most essential topics from basic Asana practices to Hatha Yoga lessons in detail to philosophical sessions thus enabling students to learn and understand about yoga thoroughly to be the best version of the yoga teacher they can become.

Yoga and Yogic Practices

  • Etymology of Yoga
  • Brief Introduction about the Origin and Development of Yoga
  • Yoga – Aims and Objectives
  • General Introduction to Darshanas with special reference to Sankhya and Yoga 
  • General Introduction to Four Paths of Yoga
  • Principles of Yoga and Yogic Practices
  • Guiding Principles for Yogic Practices

Introduction to Hatha Yoga

  • Introduction to Hatha Yoga
  • Introduction to important Hatha Yoga Texts with special reference to Hatha Pradipika and Gheranda Samhita
  • Causes of Success (Sadhaka Tattwa) and Causes of Failure (Badhaka Tattwa) in Hatha Yoga Sadhana
  • Concept of Ghata and Ghata Shudhhi in Hatha Yoga
  • Purpose and Utility of Shat Kriyas in Hatha Yoga
  • Purpose and Utility of Asanas in Hatha Yoga
  • Purpose and Importance of Pranayama in Hatha Yoga

Introduction to Patanjali Yoga

  • Definition, Nature and Aim of Yoga according to Patanjali
  • Concept of Chitta and Chitta Bhumis; Chitta Vrittis and Chitta Vrittinirodhopaya (Abhyasa and Vairagya)
  • Concept of Ishwara and Ishwara Pranidhana
  • Chitta Vikshepas (Antarayas) and their Associates (Sahabhuvas)
  • Concept of Chitta Prasadana and their Relevance in Mental Well-being
  • Kleshas and their significance in Yoga
  • Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali: Its Purpose, Effects and Significance 

Introduction to Human Systems, Yoga and Health

  • The Nine Systems of the Human Body
  • Functions of the different Systems of the Human Body
  • Introduction to Sensory Organs
  • Neuro-muscular Co-ordination of Sensory Organs
  • Basic Understanding of Exercise Physiology
  • Homeostasis
  • The Benefits of various Asanas on different parts of the Human Body
  • Limitations and Contra-indications of specific Yoga Practices

Yoga for Wellness

  • Health: Meaning and Definitions
  • Concept of Pancha Koshas
  • Yogic Conceptions of Health and Diseases
  • Interdependency of physical (Prakriti) and psychological (Triguna) components according to Ayurveda
  • Concept of Panchamahabhutas
  • Yogic Principles of Healthy Living
  • Introduction to yogic diet and nutrition

Yoga and Stress Management

  • Human psyche: Yogic and modern concepts, behaviour and consciousness
  • Frustration, conflicts, and psychosomatic disorders
  • Relationship between mind and body
  • Mental hygiene and role of Yoga in mental hygiene
  • Mental health: a Yogic perspective
  • Prayer and meditation for mental health
  • Psychosocial environment and its importance for mental health (Yama and Niyama)
  • Concept of stress according to modern science and Yoga
  • Role of Yoga – Stress and Life Style Management

Familiarity with Body Joints and Vyayama

  • Movement of Key Joints
  • Sukshma Vyayama
  • Shat Kriyas

Suryanamaskar and Asanas

  • Introduction to Suryanamaskar (The Sun Salutation)
  • Technique of Suryanamaskar Practice
  • Asanas
  • Five Spinal Movements in Yoga

Pranayama and Meditation

  • Introduction to Pranayama
  • Meditation – The Concept
  • Practical Techniques of Meditation

Teaching Practice

  • Teaching Yoga
  • Principles and Skills for Educating Aspirants
  • Teaching Yoga in a Group Setting

Detailed Study of Ayurveda and Massage Techniques

Iyengar Asana Practise with Adjustment and Alignment

Chair Yoga

Mudra Yoga

Introduction to Yoga Therapy

Schedule 5:30 AM To 01:00 PM

05:45 – 06:00 AM    Wake Up
06:00 – 07:45 AM   Morning Tea
07:45 – 09:00 AM   Classical Hatha Yoga
09:00 – 10:30 AM   Breakfast
07:45 – 09:00 AM   Pranayama
10:30 – 11:30 PM   Yoga Anatomy

Schedule 1:00 PM To 10:00 PM

01:00 – 02:00 PM   Lunch
02:00 – 03:00 PM  Rest
03:00 – 04:00 PM  Yoga Philosophy
04:15 – 05:45 PM  Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
06:00 – 07:00 PM  Meditation
07:30 – 08:00 PM  Dinner
10:00 PM  Lights Off

Each of our rooms in all our Resorts are spacious, fresh and comes with all essential amenities at your disposal. We have lounges and sit-out areas where you can share some quality time and chat with your fellow participants of the program. 

We take well care of our environment and premises so much that we keep it clean and bright.  All the places like your yoga studios, dining area, and your rooms will be close to each other and right in front of or near to our resorts, you have the majestic beaches across India and Nepal, basking in the sun, in all its glory!

  • Shared Accommodation – It includes facilities for two persons. We provide two single beds, shower service, European toilets, reading lights, wardrobes, window curtains, clean and fresh bed sheets, pillow covers, 2 pillows and clean blankets. You will have access to free Wi-Fi and intercom.

 

  • Private Accommodation- It includes facilities for a single person. They can choose between a usual yet spacious private room accommodation or a Sea-View accommodation that offers a picturesque view of the Varkala Beach, while sitting in the balcony We provide a single bed, shower service, European toilet, reading lights, wardrobe, window curtains, clean and a fresh bed sheet, pillow cover, 1 pillow and a clean blanket. You will have access to free Wi-Fi and intercom. (Please note that the tariff would change for a sea-view accommodation).

Balanced and nutritious diet forms the basis for the nourishment of mind and body. Mathatitu Yoga Ashram offers the purest vegetarian food, three times a day during your stay in our Ashram. Carefully cooked foods with traditional ingredients offering amazing healing properties are provided to you in correct proportion. We hire specially trained chefs for our yoga students and trainers.

Breakfast includes light and protein-rich foods such as porridge, bread-toast, salads, sprouts, nuts along with tea, coffee, and fresh fruit juices. The lunch features a traditional Indian Ayurvedic Thali with rice, chapati, lentils, vegetables, salads, and yogurt. The dinner is a combination of Ayurvedic food and cooked vegetables, raw salad, fruits, and herbal tea.

About Food:

      • Home cooked healthy organic meals 3 times a day and energy drinks.
      • Vegetarian, Gluten free and Vegan is also available.
      • Clean filtered water is available.

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Q: IS THE ASANA TRAINING INTENSIVE?

A: No, the asana training is not intensive and is designed to keep it as simple as possible. The theory course focuses on achieving a holistic knowledge of yoga and gaining the skills necessary to teach yoga to others with awareness and understanding.

Q: DO I NEED TO FOLLOW ANY ETHICAL GUIDELINES?

A: Yes, some very simple guidelines are there to help you create a sattvic (yogic) environment, useful to learn which all trainees need to adhere to. Trainees in residence are not allowed to consume drugs, alcohol, and cigarette. They are also asked to maintain silence.

Q: HOW MUCH TIME SHOULD I EXPECT TO SPEND ON MY OWN ASANA PRACTICE?

A: You are expected to have minimum daily practice. 30 minutes of asana, 10 minutes of Pranayama and 20 minutes of meditation is compulsory.

Q: WILL I GET AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE CLASSES WHILE TRAINING?

A: Yes indeed you would get the golden opportunity to teach your fellow trainees under the supervision of a senior teacher.

Q: DO I NEED ANY KIND OF EXPERTISE TO ENROLL IN THE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE?

A: No, there is no special expertise that you require.
In fact, anyone irrespective of their age can join this yoga training program. Flexibility and strength are enhanced by your practice. The presence and guidance of a Master will deepen your yoga asana practice and awareness level. If you are into yoga training from quite some time this course would be an added advantage for you. Your awareness at the mental and physical level would be taken to a new high and it would eventually enhance your Yoga teaching skills for future.

Yogaachaarya Anil Kumar

Ashtanga Primary Series & Secondary Series

Sanathanan

Principal

Manoranjan

Asana, Pranayama, Bandhas, Mudras, Chair Yoga, Yoganidra

Yogaachaarya Anoopanand

Founding Director

Salini P S

Philosophy Teacher

Santhosh

Philosophy Teacher, Asanas Practices

Vijesh

Hatha Yoga, Asana Practices

Free Wi-Fi

24*7 Hot and Cold Running Water

Pick Up and Drop Off Facility

Touring and Travel Facilities

Spacious Yogshala

Beach View

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