100Hr  Vinyasa Yoga  & Primary Series Teacher Training 

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Week 1 is dedicated to the principles of Vinyasa Yoga. During this week you will get introduced to the main and most important concepts of modern Hatha Flow and Vinyasa Yoga, how to coordinate movement and breath, how to sequence a professional Hatha Flow and Vinyasa Yoga class to respond to students needs, how to modify important asanas of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series and transition between asanas in a safe way to prevent injuries, etc. Surya Namaskar Ashtanga Vinyasa Style ( A&B) will be introduced in this week as well as Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutation).

The students will be introduced to  Yogic/Ayurvedic Anatomy and Western anatomy, Pranayama practice and Meditation techniques are also an important part of this week as well as lectures and workshops on alignment and hands-on adjustments.

History, Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali (8 limbs of Yoga) philosophy and classical Yoga books like the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads and the Vedas will also be discussed and explained in depth during the 2nd  week of the teacher training.

Week 2 is dedicated to the practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa's Primary Series as well as to deepening the study of Vinyasa Yoga, which is taught in a progressive and comprehensive way with reinforcement workshops on alignment, modifications, variations, theory lectures on sequencing, history of Ashtanga Yoga, anatomy, Ayurveda, asana practice and teaching methodology.

Although guided Ashtanga Vinyasa practice in combination with gentle evening flow, pranayama and meditation are the key elements of this week the students will learn how to develop and monitor their own practice with the tools provided during the course under the guidance of Banjaara Yoga & Ayurveda's faculty, hence, allowing them to progress even after the course is finished.

About The Vinyasa Yoga & Primary Series Teacher Training Course

This Vinyasa Yoga & Primary Series Teacher Training Course in Goa and Dharamsala is an intensive program that will advance your level of practice and help you build the confidence to practice the more challenging aspects of Vinyasa and Ashtanga Vinyasa practices in a safe and natural way.

Along with the physical components of the practice, you will also study  and learn Yoga philosophy, history, anatomy, pranayamas, use of bandhas, drishtis, mudras and different styles of meditation to make your Yoga practice complete according to the original teachings of Yoga, all this while keeping an emphasis on alignment, adjustments and modifications to ensure that all the students reach their maximum potential during the course.

This beginner 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is suitable for those who want to deepen their knowledge and improve their level of practice, already Yoga teachers looking to incorporate Hatha Yoga & Hatha Flow to their classes and to those that for lack of time or other reasons can't complete the full 200Hr Yoga Teacher Training.
There are no specific requirements to join this course and prior Yoga experience is not compulsory to enrol in the teacher training, however, we recommend a regular practice of a minimum of 6 months. Please take into account that the time you have devoted to your personal practice is on the arbitrary standards and you will not be judged in any way for your practice or your knowledge, therefore students of all levels can join the course. Our aim is to prepare you to improve and become proficient in your self-practice.

In order to successfully complete the 100Hr Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Course, you will be required to attend to all classes. If you cannot meet the attendance requirements of the Teacher Training you will be given a certificate of participation, but not "completion".
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- History, philosophy and values of Yoga.
- Alignment oriented Vinyasa Yoga Style.
- Mysore Style Ashtanga  Vinyasa.
- Upanishads, Patanjali Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad-Gita.
- Mantra Chanting & how to read Devnagiri Script (Sanskrit).
- Sanskrit & English names of the Yoga postures.
- Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha, Drishti, Shatkriya.
- Western and Yogic Anatomy.
- Hands-on Adjustment.
- Posture Lab and Alignments.
- Art of Sequencing.

- Principles of Ayurveda and its different techniques.
- Teaching Methodology.
- Art of Studying and Teaching.
- Theme based Yoga workshops.

Class schedule may change according to weather conditions
There are no scheduled courses for Sundays. 
6:30 – 7:00 Mantra Chanting, Pranayama, Kriya
7:00 - 9:00 Asana Practice
9:00 – 10:00 Breakfast

10:00 - 13:00 Program Session
Program sessions will include philosophy, yogic lifestyle, anatomy
, teaching methodology,  techniques for postures and pranayama, adjustment and alignment and sequencing.
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00– 17:15 Program Session
17:30–19:00 Evening Asana Practice
Evening yoga practice to reinforce posture alignment details and teaching methodology while providing opportunities to assist the teachers and deepen your own practice.
19:00–20:30 pm Dinner

*This is an orientation schedule and the time and order of the classes may vary slightly due to climatological conditions.

Upcoming Dates 100Hr Vinyasa Yoga & Primary Series TTC

Upcoming 100Hours Vinyasa Yoga & Primary 
​Series Teacher Training

From € 490 - Yoga Alliance Certified - 2 Weeks


April  2019

Dharamsala, India 

 15/04/2019 – 27/04/2019

Starts From € 490

May  2019

Dharamsala, India 

Course Fee

Starting Month



13/05/2019 – 25/05/2019

Starts From € 490

June  2019

Dharamsala , India

10/06/2019 – 22/06/2019

Starts From € 490

October  2019 

Goa, India

28/10/2019 – 09/11/2019

Starts From € 590

November  2019

Goa, India

25/11/2019 – 07/12/2019

Starts From € 590

February 2020  

Goa, India

Admissions Closed

Starts From € 590

January  2020 

Goa, India

Admissions Closed

Starts From € 590

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Yoga Teacher Training Curriculum
- Yogic Philosophy and classical books of Yoga. 
- Ashtanga Vinyasa Lineage from Sri T. Krishnamacharya to Sharath Jois.
- Meaning, Values and definition of Yoga. 
- Different types of Yoga.
- Origin and history of Ashtanga Yoga.
- Definition of Yoga and its interpretation.
- Ashtanga Yoga and study if its eight components.
- Patanjali Yoga Sutras, modifications of the mind, the meaning of OM.
- Lifestyle and ethics for a yoga practitioner and teacher.

- Ashtanga Vinyasa Suryanamaskar "A" and "B".
- Different styles of Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutations)

- Vinyasa Yoga.
- Ashtanga Vinyasa
- Gentle evening Flow
- Use of props (Blocks, Straps, Bolsters, etc.) 
- Core Principles of Vinyasa and Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Practice.

- Application of Bandhas and Drishtis in Ashtanga Vinyasa.
- Modified practices to suit all needs.
- Full health assessment on Asanas and Pranayama.
- Introduction to advanced postures according to practice level.
- Alignment and Adjustments of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.
- Practice of traditional concepts Vinyasa.

Workshops on hip opening, back bending, forward bending, side bending, balancing,
twisting, inversions and arm balances Asana (postures).

- Regular guided meditation classes.
- Study and practice of several meditation techniques.
- Techniques of visualization to improve meditation.
- How to use meditation to understand our own nature and that of others.

- Point to point full body relaxation technique.
- Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep.)
- Guided Shavasana.
- Minor and major chakra relaxation.
- Deep causal body relaxation.

PRANAYAMA (Science of Breath.) 
- What is Pranayama?
- Types of Prana.
- What are Ida, Pingala and shushumna?
- Types of Kumbhaka.
- Different types of breathing techniques: Kapalbhati, Nadi Shodhan, Bramhari, Ujjayi, Bhastrika, etc.
- Importance of yogic breathing.
- Role of Kumbhaka and Bandhas in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.
- Meaning, types and practice of Mudras and Bandhas.

-Yogic Detoxification practice.
- Regular practice of Jala Neti and Sutra Neti.
- Importance of practising Shatkriya for the purification of the nadis and achieving the balance between body, mind and soul.

- What is OM?
- What is mantra mean?

- Mantra Chanting and learning to read Devnagiri Script
- Types of starting and closing Mantras for Astanga Vinyasa.
- How to create positive vibration or energy with mantra yoga.

- Includes both Eastern anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs etc.),  and Yogic/Ayurvedic anatomy
and physiology (chakras, nadis etc.)
- Benefits and contraindication of asanas, pranayama and meditation techniques.
- Principles and techniques of Ayurveda and its relation with Yoga.

- Observing, assisting and correcting.
- Teaching in pairs, small groups and big groups.
- Instructions, teaching styles, qualities and responsibility
of a yoga teacher.
- Structuring and sequencing a theme based practice.
- Grouping the Asanas as per following types: standing asanas, balances, side bending,

forward bending, back bending, twisting, arm balances, inversions, relaxation asanas.
- Sequencing a Hatha Flow and Vinyasa sequence.
- Learn how to adapt the Ashtanga V. Primary Series according to your level of practice.
- Adjustment & Alignment workshops and lectures on "hands on" adjustments.

- Planning and structuring a class.
- Dealing with injuries and safety precautions.