• 200-hour yoga teacher training


  • Continue your yoga journey with a 200-hour yoga teacher training programme.

    An in-depth English language yoga teacher training in Eindhoven to give you the fundamentals of yoga from which to grow from. RYS Registered 200-hour training with Yoga Alliance.

    This grounded yoga teacher training in English combines traditional texts and teachings and practice with current scientific research to bring your understanding and teaching into the context of present day.

    What graduate teachers of the 2019 teacher training are saying:

    ‘This training, was mind-blowing for me on so many aspects. I am not exaggerating when I say it really changed my life, my vision of life, my way of practicing MY yoga. I met AMAZING people all the way. I learned so much from them, from me. This training opened a door on another aspect of the life I want to have. I will remember it!’  ~Aline Beaucher

    ‘ I learned the value of developing and continuing my own yoga practice, this is where our own understanding of yoga is developed. Of the 8 limbs of yoga, the Yamas and Niyamas and how to incorporate these into our daily lives stood our for me. I find myself coming back to these again and again as guidelines to live by.’

    I learned that teaching yoga is not just about delivering cues. Every student is different and has their own histories that we need to be considerate of. Therefore it becomes even more important to have a good understanding, not only of anatomy, but also how to create a safe environment so students can practice yoga appropriate for them, without feeling judged or pressurized.

    The teachers of this training were extremely knowledgeable in all areas (philosophy, anatomy, teaching methods). Overall, the training was very well designed and balanced in terms of practice and theory. ~Tahreem Raza

    Led by Natasha Gunn with Evi Bacsi, Flim Reydon, Eniko  Pianovszky and Brinda van den Berg. Find out more about our Art Awake teachers.

    SEE TRAINING SCHEDULE (starts Friday, 3 April 2020) and REGISTRATION for this part-time training.

    You will discover:

    YOGA PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY

    • Samkhya philosophy and the Yoga Sutras
    • The 8 limbs of yoga
    • Parameters of traditional yoga.
    • The various paths of yoga
    • Meditation (including Mindfulness)
    • Defining ‘Self’
    • Where ancient wisdom meets modern science
    • Brief history of modern yoga posture

    EXPERIENTIAL – techniques, training and practice

    • Develop a personal practice
    • Introduction to mantra and sound
    • Pranayama and meditation
    • Intelligent sequencing
    • Hatha and Raja Yoga
    • Vinyasa Flow and Yin yoga principles
    • Keeping a journal – clarify your process.

    ANATOMICAL (SUBTLE AND PHYSICAL)

    • Ayurveda, an introduction
    • Chakra system and energy flow
    • Functional yoga anatomy (one size does not fit all)
    • Current scientific research into movement and mind
    • Breathing and Bandha
    • Physical body systems
    • Main asana groups as a tool

    TEACHING METHODOLOGY

    • Using trauma-sensitive language (based on Trauma Senstive Yoga guidelines)
    • Teaching appropriately: Language, ethics, intention
    • Orchestrating group classes
    • A modern approach to teaching Hot Yoga
    • How and when to assist

    What do I need to apply?

    • You are already practicing yoga,
    • you desire to share it with others,
    • you want a balanced training that introduces you into all the elements of yoga, both experiential and theoretical,
    • you want to understand traditional methodologies and see where a modern approach helps
    • you want to share yoga safely to others in an individual or group setting.