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The objective of Ashtanga Yoga teacher training in India is to provide beginners and experienced Yoga students with strong technical and theoretical experience. This will enable them to perform Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Primary Series with perfection and correct alignment. The course will equip the future teachers to be completely autonomous and ready to run their own yoga classes at the highest standards.
Every morning, students start the day with pranayama class, which is focused on different breathing techniques. This practice gives a good foundation for the Ashtanga Vinyasa flow class. In the beginning of the TTC, the Ashtanga Vinyasa class is led by senior teachers, later students do their own self practice, i.e. Mysore style.
The subject of classes in the middle of the day changes every week; going from yoga philosophy, through anatomy up to Ayurveda. On the top of that, students also have marketing classes, during which they get tips on how to promote themselves as yoga teachers and how to do marketing for their future yoga centers.
The afternoon program starts every day with the teaching methodology. Students learn all postures in detail not only to enhance their own practice but most importantly to help others, their future students, to get into and be correctly aligned in each and every pose. During the afternoon yoga classes, students get introduced to other yoga styles, i.e. yin yoga, hatha yoga or restorative yoga. The day is concluded with an evening meditation.
From the second week of the TTC, students actively participate in teaching as well as adjusting others during the classes. This gives students and future yoga teachers the best opportunity to learn how to teach in a very supportive, open and safe environment. After finishing 200 hours TTC at Abhinam Yoga, students are trained as well as confident enough to act as yoga teachers and lead yoga lessons.
Abhinam Yoga School is one of the most reputed Yoga schools in India, which is registered with both Yoga Alliance USA and UK.