Post Graduate Yoga Teacher Training:
Adelaide August 2018 & Melbourne February 2019.
Don’t miss the $300 Early Bird Discount: valid until the 30 June 2018 for the Adelaide intake and the 31 December 2018 for the Melbourne 2019 intake. Enquiries and to receive the complete info pack, email email@example.com.
Not a yoga teacher yet? See also our RYT200 Yoga Teacher Training in 2019.
Ihana Yoga’s Post Graduate Yoga Teacher Training is ideal for ongoing professional development and for gaining invaluable insight beyond your own training and experience. It offers a supportive environment, guidance from more senior teachers as well as the opportunity to nurture connections in a community of like-minded yogis.
The training modules are aimed at growing and improving your skills as a yoga teacher and a yoga business, as well as influencing your own yoga practice. The scope of study exceeds registered yoga teacher trainings, and can upgrade your level of Yoga Australia registration. The Post Graduate program will provide the required hours of training for a yoga teacher to progress from a 200hr qualification (such as Yoga Australia Provisional Membership) to Yoga Australia Level 1 registered teacher (350hr) status, or from a Yoga Australia Level 1 (350hr) to a Yoga Australia Level 2 – Intermediate (500hr) registered teacher status.*
We recognise that contemporary yoga teaching focuses highly on asana based classes. Even though this training covers all aspects of yoga, it will be geared towards applied anatomy and asana, so that you will feel better equipped to teach to the growing demands of asana based yoga in a safe way without losing the integrity of the traditional practice or forgetting the essence of yoga.
Ihana Yoga’s Post Graduate Yoga Teacher Training is a 150h level training registered with Yoga Australia. It consists of 110h contact hours (95h lectures + 15h practicum) and 40h of non-contact hours of self-study and research.
The hours are distributed as follows:
Core stability and the pelvis
Orthopedic assessments and their place in yoga studio
The science of muscle stretching and flexibility
Physiology of breathing
Asana techniques (Part 1)
Asana techniques (Part 2)
The science of correcting alignment and adjusting
Art and science of sequencing
Adding resistance training / conditioning to yoga class
Yoga Sutras (part 2)
Ethics and Responsibilities of Yoga Teaching
Pranayama techniques and restorative practices
Introduction to the ‘Art and science’ of meditation
Principles of teaching meditation
Practical student class facilitation
The meditation business
The lecturers were all amazingly knowledgeable in their own unique ways, and were able to share great insight into their fields of expertise. My personal practice and teaching methods have blossomed. I feel that I am now moving through and sharing Yoga in a safer, more natural way that can help students heal not harm. The course was unforgettable. As were my fellow students. I have made many friends throughout the nine months, and have loved being a part of a community of like minded souls who share my passion for Yoga, health and happiness. I can’t recommend this course any more! Thank you Ihana Yoga for this amazing course that has changed me forever.” Emily Sullivan