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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Advanced Hatha Vinyasa and Yin Yoga

Our 300 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training intensive program designed to strengthen your already existing knowledge and foundation of yoga. Students should be already a graduate of 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in any style to enrol for 300 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training. This course will focus mainly on Hatha-Vinyasa Flow practice, Yin yoga, therapeutic yoga, technical training and advance asana practice. In 300 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training, we will be concentrating on sequencing, technical detail, and structural components for a Hatha-Vinyasa Flow class. Besides, students will obtain in-depth knowledge of advanced pranayama techniques, meditation practices, structural anatomy, philosophy, and will have an opportunity to teach and assist with hands-on adjustments during the asana classes. This course is purposely structured for the advancement of your path as an instructor and as a student and develop you for a more advanced personal and professional exploration of the transformative power of yoga – in body, mind, and soul.

300 hrs Yoga Teacher Training course, Thailand

300 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training Syllabus:

Topic Detail
Pavanmuktasana Series Pavanmuktasana is a series of practices used to warm up the body before doing Asanas. The first series aims to release tension and stiffness in the joints and work on rheumatism. The second round aims to release initial energetic or physical blocks in the body before the Asana practice. The third series eliminates energy blockages in the spine, activates the lungs and heart, and improves endocrine function.
Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutation) and Chandranamaskar (Moon Salutation) Students will gain a thorough understanding of traditional Suryanamaskar and Chandranamaskar with their variations to create a more efficient practice. Each pose will be taught separately with correct alignment and then in conjunction with the whole series, focusing on linking the poses together and coordinating the breath with the movement.
Asanas: Practising and Teaching Beginner, Intermediate and Asanas Students will develop a wider knowledge of the benefits, precautions, and different ways to incorporate each asana into a productive class.We will cover Sitting, forward bends, twists, abdominal, backbend and inversion asanas from key verbal cues, alignments and adjustment techniques.
Teaching Methodology Class Structure: Learning is the key aspects of designing a Yoga session; methodology coaching will focus on position and techniques of visual demonstration. The importance of observation of the students and responding to the group and the individual student’s needs while instructing a class.
Assisting and Adjusting Each student will have an opportunity to practice how to offer adjustments to asanas in the class while another teacher is teaching. They will also become more comfortable in safely adjusting fellow students in a timed class setting. We learn poses that support natural and safe posture with anatomically correct spine alignment.
Meditation Introducing and discussing the value of meditation. Practising active and passive meditations and teaching meditations to students.
Yoga Nidra Yoga Nidra is guided by the teacher or audio recording which takes the participants into deep relaxation, releasing the tension from the body and mind.
Karma Yoga Karma Yoga is a selfless action without expecting anything in return from people, community, or the environment. Practising 20 minutes of Karma Yoga a day will bring you closer to the people, community and environment around you.
Human Physical Anatomy Developing an understanding of the different body systems and how they are interrelated. Students will have a basic grasp on the types of joint movements and understand the function of muscular groups to ensure a safe physical practice.
Energy Anatomy and Physiology Introducing the concepts around the seven chakras, three granthis, five koshas, five vayus, Kundalini energy and three nadis and how one can start observing these subtle energy channels and bodies through Yoga and meditation practice.
Shatkriyas(Yogic Detox) Shatkriyas detoxify, creating balance in the body to maintain good health resulting in feeling lighter,  healthier, and a deepened yoga practice. We will practice some Shatkriyas consist of six groups of purification methods.
Pranayama Pranayama techniques expand the breath opening the door to physical, mental, emotional health and inner transformation. We will practice Advanced Pranayama techniques.
Mudras and Bandhas Mudras and Bandhas help to awaken the chakras and Kundalini energy. We practice Mudras and Bandhas with advanced Pranayama techniques to awaken the energy.
Yoga Philosophy We will learn in-depth Yoga Philosophy which will consist of History, aim of yoga, its origin & evolution until modern day. We will also thoroughly understand the correlation between various styles and their goals. We study Hathayogapradipika by Swami swatmarana and Yog Sutras by Patanjali. Lectures on Vedanta, Upanishads, Sankhya Yoga in our philosophy classes
Bhagwadgita Compilation of high knowledge and wisdom shared by Sri Krishna to Arjuna. Bhangwadgita is one of the most sacred text in Hinduism.It consists many secrets of life and Yoga.
Ethics for Yoga Teachers We will discuss Yoga Teacher ethics according to of principals in Patanjali Yoga Sutras, and we will incorporate this principle in our teaching and daily life.
Yoga as a business Business aspects of Teaching Yoga as each of you goes out into the world as teachers; it is important to understand the ethics of starting and managing a Yoga business based on the Yamas of Patanjali Yog Sutras. There will be a discussion on different opportunities and ways of teaching yoga, organising workshops, teaching or assisting in Yoga teacher training programs.

300 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training Schedule

  • 7:00 to 9:00 am – Asana Practice and Pranayama
  • 9:00 to 10:00 am – Breakfast
  • 10:00 am to 11:20 am – Yoga Philosophy / Yoga Sutras of Patanjali / lectures
  • 11:30 noon to 1:00 pm – Art of Teaching
  • 1:00 to 2:30 pm – Lunch Break
  • 2:30 to 3:50 pm – Anatomy / Physiology / lectures
  • 4:00 to 6:00 pm – Asana practice/Adjustment and Alignment
  • 7:00 to 8:00 pm – Dinner
  • 8:00 to 9:00 pm – Meditation/Yognidra Alternate Days

Classes on Saturday till 1 pm, Sunday off.