Yoga has its roots in India from where it originated but this 200Hr Hatha and Ashtanga Teacher Training in Italian Monastery brings to Europe a workable alternative for those who can’t, or don’t necessarily want to visit the foothills of the Himalayas. By joining this course you will have the same type of spiritual training that is provided in India with the same quality standards. This intensive 200-hour holistic teacher training course is a unique and stimulating experience. Taking part on this course held in a Monastery of the Italian Renaissance era it will transform your experience into something mystical.
The program promotes Yoga Philosophy and Hatha Yoga in a way that honors Hatha yoga practice tradition. From the beginning to the end of your training, the teachers strive to maintain the heritage of this noble teaching. Instructions are provided in Methodology, Anatomy, Mantras, Philosophy, Meditation and Yoga Asana.Students are exposed to a foundational understanding of the human organism according to Western science and Ayurveda, to create a bridge between Eastern and Western ideologies and help students begin making connections for themselves.
The RYT 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, establishes students with a solid comprehension of yoga and practices related to it, as well as theory and practice, for all levels of abilities. The information is taught in a straightforward, clear and concise manner. No matter how mature is your comprehension of classical texts, this training will guide you to a more evolved degree of mastery of yogic concept. When you are finished here, your teaching capabilities will be enhanced.
The total cost of this training includes -
4 week teacher training course
27 nights Accommodation
Three Ayurvedic vegetarian meals
International certification eligibility to register with Yoga Alliance, USA
Use of Washing machine
Evening projection of themed films
Satsang of Yoga philosophy in front of the fire (Weather permitting)
Classes begin on Monday and end on Saturday of the fourth week.