What does the yoga teacher training program covers?
  • Supplementary Books
  • Daily Yoga Practice
  • Introduction to Vedas, history of Yoga , Sankhya philosophy
  • Classes in Anatomy and Physiology
  • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • Introduction to Cleansing Practices
  • Introduction to Yoga Teaching Methodologies
  • Introduction to Yoga Sutras, Mantras
  • Practical training in creating a safe, vibrant and positive atmosphere during your Yoga sessions
  • Practice teaching Yoga by leading your peers in yoga sessions.
  • Assistance in developing your unique and dedicated Yoga Business Model
Why choose yoga teaching as a career?

As more people explore alternate careers for various reasons – be it flexibility in the working hours, emotional fulfilment, coming back to work after a break or as an additional source of income, yoga teaching as a profession is proving to be a popular choice.

When you start out as a yoga teacher and your students put their trust, health and well-being in your hands, it is both overwhelming and a big responsibility on your part. Over a period of time when you see the positive impact your instruction is having on the lives of your practitioners and you are recognised in your community as a positive influencer, yoga teaching becomes a fulfilling experience with a deep sense of life purpose.

In additional to the sense of emotional well being, teaching yoga can also be monetarily rewarding in today’s booming health and lifestyle industry enabling you to meet your financial needs.

Yoga teachers who are certified in India from authentic schools are sought after the world over making it a great career choice for people who are passionate about travelling, interacting with new people and experiencing various cultures.

How to choose a good yoga certification academy?

As someone who is considering to be a yoga teacher the first and foremost question on your mind would be where to do your certification.Some of the determining factors are

Lineage – The lineage of the school plays a very important role in determining the course content and the way the information is imparted to aspiring teachers. The longer the lineage the more authentic and accurate the transfer of knowledge from teacher to student.

Course content – The courses should be inspired and adhere to traditional Yogic scriptures like Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and Hata Yoga Pradipika making them authentic in practice and philosophy of yoga.

Studio experience – In addition to certification courses if the school is adept in running successful yoga centres, this insight is a key factor in setting up your own yoga centre or teaching as a freelancer.

Peer Network – It is important for a yoga teacher to have a strong and active peer support group that keep you updated on new career and learning opportunities.

The teacher training courses at a1000yoga have been designed with the above pointers as fundamental guidelines.

How yoga academy is different from other institutes?

Our senior teachers come from various schools of yoga like Satyananada, Sivananda, Iyengar and Ashtanga. They bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience which are integrated into all our courses. The influence of teachers from different lineages ensures that our courses incorporate the practices and thoughts of renowned yoga schools rather than be restricted to a single perspective.

Our courses blend the traditional Indian wisdom from Yogic texts like Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Hata Yoga Pradipika and Ayurveda with modern anatomy and teaching methodologies to provide a broad understanding of yoga in therapy, lifestyle and diet. The quality and high standard of our courses are further validated by Yoga Alliance recognition.

In addition to comprehensive practical and theoretical knowledge on yoga we also bring in the business acumen and experience required to run a successful yoga studio. As a premier studio which offer various forms of yoga we are adept at addressing the needs of the urban populace.

At a1000yoga we offer classes of high quality and versatility at all our studios, corporates, schools and hospitals and are skilled at customising our classes to meet requirements of our wide spectrum of practitioners.

All this experience translates into a rich and comprehensive teacher training programmes which equips the student with confidence and knowledge required to be a successful yoga teacher.

Why be part of the growing a1000 yoga alumni?

Once you’ve decided to embark on the path of teaching yoga and complete all the necessary certifications you maybe at a loss on where to begin. This is when being part of a growing alumni community with mentorship from experienced yoga teachers and a well-established peer support group becomes crucial.

At a1000 yoga we foster strong relationships with our alumni with constant updates on apprenticeship, studio and corporate teaching opportunities providing you with a start on your career as a yoga teacher.

We also regularly communicate with our alumni about learning opportunities which keeps you updated with what is happening in the field of yoga and helps you to stay on the path of constant learning and improvement. Most of our short term courses count towards Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Programme credits.

As part of our 200 hours course we offer 3 months unlimited usage of any of our studios to help you observe and understand how experienced teachers conduct their sessions. It also provides you with an opportunity to experience the various forms of yoga on offer.

Twice a year all graduates will come together to reconnect with their guru, shaala and network with peers and other teachers.

How many years of yoga practice do I need to do this course?

We recommend a minimum of 6 months yoga practice before the course, having said that we review the eligibility on a case by case basis, so please speak to our Student Counsellors , you can reach them on ttc@a1000yoga.com.

Where can I get additional information on stay, course duration, exam etc?

If you need any additional information on the course durations, certification requirements, prior yoga experience, re-sitting the exam, places to stay, visa requirements or anything else at all please contact our course co-ordinators at ttc@a1000yoga.com who are more than happy to help you!