Yoga Teachers Training Course (YTTC)
This is a four week residential course on Hatha Yoga. The course presents a systematic approach to classical hathayoga practices of including†Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha, Relaxation, Kriya and Meditation. Suitable for newcomers to yoga, it is not necessary for the student to have any prior knowledge or experience of yoga. Classes start at the Beginnersí Level and progress through to the Intermediate Level.

Course content
During the course, students have the opportunity to learn a series of styles and variations of postures. Vasistha Yoga Foundation has designed and developed different techniques for each posture, thus helping the student to achieve many difficult and complicated postures in a simple way. These techniques develop flexibility, suppleness, awareness and most importantly, the deeper relation of the body to the mind, and the mind to the body. They are also a good preparation for advanced yoga practices.†
The course also introduces the student to the very helpful use of props and blocks within the practice. Students will also have the opportunity to learn the practices of partner yoga which are immensely helpful for those who have stiff bodies and those of middle and advancing age and include important techniques in the practice of yoga therapy.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a diploma in their area of study. Our diploma is a highly valued and internationally recognized certification presented by the International Vasishta Yoga Research Foundation..


India-3rd to 30th -Jan ,2019

Course fee(India) 1500 Euro
 (including food & accomodation)

Theory and practice of hatha yoga Asana:-
21 classical asanas.
Variations  and sequences of  asanas
Stretching and strengthening movements
Loosening practices
Focal points during asana
Body alignment
Partner yoga
Benefits and limitations
Sectional breathing
Basic practice of pranayama
Synchronization on prana and mantra
Meditation followed by pranayama.
Shatkarma:-Anatomy and physiology
Based on hatha yoga
Jala neti
Sutra Neti
Vamana Dhauti
Varisara Dhouti
Meditation and chanting :-
Devotionals songs (bhajan)
Mantra chanting.
Mudra and Bandha:-
Follow by Asana, paranayama,
And meditation.
06.00–06.30 – prayer and meditation
06.30–09.00 - Asana practice
09.00–10.00 – Breakfast
10.00–10.30 – Karma yoga
11.15–11.45 – Mantra Chanting
11.45–13.10 – Lecture/prayanama
13.15–15.30 – Lunch & Rest
15.45–16.45 – Teaching/ Methodology
17.00–18.30 – Evening Practice
19.00–20.00 – Dinner
20.00–20.30 – Trataka/other activities

Concept of yoga
Introduction to yoga
History and orgins of yoga
Paths of yoga
Hatha yoga & Astanga yoga
Introduction to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra
Introduction to pancha koshas 
Introduction to chakras.
Teaching Methodology
Principles of teaching
Techniques on asana
Demonstration and observation
Body Alignment
Teaching method
Assisting/teaching styles.
Anatomy and physiology
Based on hatha yoga