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Traditional 120 Days Teacher Training Yoga Alliance Certification Program
A yoga teacher training course (YTTC) is a program that provides comprehensive training for individuals interested in becoming qualified yoga instructors. These courses typically cover various aspects of yoga, including philosophy, anatomy, teaching methodologies, meditation, pranayama (breathwork), asana (postures), and more. Yoga teacher training courses are usually offered by yoga schools or studios that are registered with Yoga Alliance, a globally recognized organization that sets standards for yoga teacher training.
Here are some key aspects that are commonly covered in a typical yoga teacher training course:
This includes studying the history, philosophy, and principles of yoga, including concepts like the Eight Limbs of Yoga, yoga ethics, and lifestyle.
Anatomy and Physiology
Understanding the human body and how it relates to yoga practice, including the musculoskeletal system, respiratory system, nervous system, and how they are impacted by yoga postures and practices.
Learning effective teaching techniques, sequencing of asanas, class planning, and how to adapt and modify yoga practices for different populations and skill levels.
Meditation and Pranayama
Techniques for breathwork, meditation, and other mindfulness practices that are integral to yoga practice.
In-depth study and practice of various yoga postures, including alignment, adjustments, and modifications, as well as understanding the benefits and contraindications of each pose.
Yoga Lifestyle and Ethics
Understanding the principles of yogic lifestyle and ethics, including the yogic diet, self-care, and professional ethics for yoga teachers.