FAQ

What is Modular Program?
Modular programs allow yoga students to pursue and complete their chosen course with much flexibility.

In our experience, an RYT200 certified teachers gets busy with teaching or with other commitments like work, kids etc and is unable to dedicate 3-5 months of structured class timings to pursue higher education. Yogaarohan precisely offers opportunities enabling your next step.

All components of the RYT300 program will be offered almost all through the year repeatedly hence enabling students to complete required elements at one time or the other within a 9-month period.

For example: RYT300 students are required to complete 100 hours of Astanga Vinyasa for the course. Astanga is available all through the year at the Indiranagar Upstairs studio and any student can choose from a 6:00-7:30 am or a7:30-9:00 a.m batch to complete these required hours.

Topic Logistics Comments Hours Required
Astanga Ind Studio 6-7:30 or 7:30-9 am M, T, W, TH, F, Su Regular sessions- throughout the year 100

So on and so forth for all components of the course. Students needs to choose the best time they are available and choose from what is being offered at our shala and slowly accrue credits towards completing the RYT300.

When does it start?

The offerings start 1st September, 2016. But since this is modular, student may join the course any time during the year after consulting with TTC Counsleor. Only requirement is to complete the course in 9 months after registration. One may choose to do only Astanga module for the first two months, followed by Advance Hata for the next 50 days and slowly build the course around your availability, needs.

I cannot do RYT300 in September. When is the next RYT300?

The offerings start 1st September, 2016. But since this is modular, student may join the course any time during the year after consulting with TTC Counsleor.

I have to travel for work during the course/ I have a family function to attend and will lose 2-3 weeks/ how do I make up missed sessions if I fall ill during the middle of the course?

Since this is modular, student may join the course any time during the year and complete the required number of hours for each of the components in the modular schedule. Consult with TTC Counselor if further questions or concerns.

Where do the classes happen?

All Astanga Vinyasa, Advance Hata, Pranayama, Chanting, Theory classes will happen at the Indiranagar 4th floor Studio (new terrace studio). Other
components may be held at different studios; Ashram visits are out of Bangalore. Please have a look at the modular schedule for location details.

What are the timings?

Please expect to follow the timings as below: most components follow fixed timings but offered through the year. Some components like Ashram visit, workshops, seva and apprenticeship will have varied timings. These details will be announced to registered students well in advance for you to plan your schedule.

A complete schedule will be made available to registered students.

Topic Logistics
Astanga Ind Studio 6-7:30 or 7:30-9 am M, T, W, TH, F, Su
Advance Hata Ind Studio 6:-7:30 p.m.M, T, W, TH, F, Su

Can I have a complete day by day, hourly schedule of the modular program?

A complete modular schedule will be made available to registered students.

How will I keep track of hours completed/credits received?

Students to maintain a log of all Abhyaasa, Adhyayana classes, signed by teacher at the end of each class.

Who are the teachers?

Pradeep Sattwamaya, M.Sc. Yogic Sciences, ERYT500, RPYT, RCYT, YACEP,  will be the Principal teacher; there will be senior faculty and other visiting facilitators leading a variety of topics.

What is the fee?

Fee is INR 60,000/-

Any discounts on the fee for the course?

Full fee may be paid in 3 instalments – at Registration – INR 25,000, at 3rd month – INR 17500, at 5th month – INR 17500

What are the requirements for doing RYT300?

Complete RYT200 at a YA registered yoga school or equivalent, have a minimum of 6 months to 1 year teaching experience and personal sadhana post RYT200. Exceptions please meet TTC Counselor.

I have a Certificate from another school. Can I still do RYT300?

Admission to RYT300 is usually by invitation to a1000yoga alumnus by Principal teacher or granted to not a1000yoga alumni based on a personal interview for students deemed ready. Please contact TTC Counselor.

Can I do RYT200 and RYT300 back to back?

Ideally not. Unless you have been already practicing and teaching yoga for many many years but need the certification due to certain job specific needs in certain countries that require such mandatory certification. In which case you may meet the TTC Counselor to present your case as an acceptable exception.

Can I directly do RYT300 without doing RYT200 as I am flexible and have been practicing yoga by myself for 10 years?

No. RYT200 (or its equivalent) is a must before RYT300.

Is RYT300 200 hours + 100 hours?

No. RYT 300 is additional 300 hours after RYT200.

Do you have RYT500 Teacher Training?

RYT200 plus RYT300 add up to RYT500 certification. But please make sure your RYT200 is also from a Yoga Alliance registered Yoga School.

Do I need to do RYT200 and RYT300 separately to become a good teacher?

You can start your yoga teaching experience right after the RYT200 program. You can become a very good teacher with just that qualification. RYT300 is more to help you advance as a yogi than to make you a “more qualified” yoga teacher.

I have completed RYT200 but do not have any teaching experience. Can I still sign up for RYT300?

RYT300 is more about deepening what you already know and what you may further need with respect to personal sadhana, theory, philosophy, teaching methodology. If your purpose to enrol for the program is purely for personal growth, then please do register.

I am 50+ years old. Can I still do RYT300?

Yes. Some asanas may be difficult only if you have not been regular about your personal sadhana. RYT300 is more about deepening what you already know what you may further need with respect to theory, philosophy, teaching methodology.

What are the job options/opportunities after doing RYT300 at a1000yoga? Do you provide jobs at the end of the course?

All the teachers who teach at a1000yoga studios are graduates of our Yogaarohan (TTC) program. Every graduating student has a chance of working with our organisation. That said we have had over 600 graduates and about 60 full time teachers from among them. Please meet TTC Counselor if you are keen to pursue a job with a1000yoga. We provide experienced guidance to your yoga career.

I am traveling to India from abroad for RYT300. I can stay only one month in India. Can I still register for the course ?

Several components of the RYT300 can be completed in one month, but not all. You will have to extend your stay or visit again to get the full benefit of the program.

Do you provide food & accommodation for out of town students? Is food & accommodation included in the fees?

We are unable to provide food or accommodation to students.

PG accommodation is available in plenty around Indiranagar, JeevanBhima Nagar near a1000yoga studio – ranging from INR 8000 to INR 10000 per month. Food may be additional.

Food expense per day around Indiranagar, Bangalore can range from INR 200 to INR 300 per day.

What is Yoga Alliance? What is RYS300?

Yoga Alliance is an organisation that promotes standards for training and practice, for yoga teachers and teacher training programs increasing their credibility. RYS schools are globally recognized symbols of standards-based knowledge in the field of teaching yoga.

For more about a1000yoga and Yoga Alliance, please see
https://www.yogaalliance.org
The RYT300 course is registered under Yoga Alliance.

How do I reach TTC Counselor?

Email: ttc@a1000yoga.com. Call/Whatsap: 9036021252

Registrations open now. Please email ttc@a1000yoga.com/call 9036021252 to meet TTC Counselor and register in person at our Indiranagar Studio.

Address

Due North Yoga Pvt Ltd
#11, First Floor, 1st Cross,
5 – A Block, Koramangala,
Bangalore – 560 059

Phone: +91 901 910 1000
Email: info@a1000yoga.com

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The principles laid out in Patanjali’s yoga sutras dating back to 500 B.C. are still very relevant today, even in our modern information world. Yoga has evolved a lot from the days of Patanjali; it has taken different forms to meet the varying needs of practitioners all along its journey. Yoga continues to accept all changes, like the ocean accepts the river, absorbs, assimilates and grows. (A distinctive feature of sanaatan dharma of India)

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