200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Yoga teacher training at Diya yoga designs the course keeping in mind the broader view of yoga, including philosophy, meditation, anatomy, kriya and art of teaching. Our main focus is to imbibe yoga in your daily life. During the 200 hour yoga TTC, we help you become a confident yoga teacher. Through this course we support individuality, guiding you to give a personal touch to the class during training. Our Yoga teacher training is very flexible, we don’t force any dogmatic ideas or beliefs to our students. With this yoga teacher certification you can be registered to yoga alliance, which will give you the opportunity to work all around the world. We also support the students who studied our hatha yoga teacher training to assist in courses if they like to practice more.If interested, you can book our affordable yoga teachers training online. You can also join the course if you want to learn and understand more about yoga for your personal growth.
If interested, you can book our affordable yoga teachers training course online. You can also join the course if you want to learn and understand more about yoga for your personal growth. You can also book our course of Yoga Nidra teacher training online too. It is located in Goa, India.
diyayoga.com offers 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training, and Yoga Nidra Training if you are interested to learn how to give yoga asana class or yoga nidra session, and learn technique of awareness about which words to use, while leading asana or yoga nidra session. you can book our Yoga Teacher Training & Yoga Nidra Course online
At the end of the course, teachers do assessment to certify the students on the basis of their performances. The students successfully complete the 200 hours YTTC when they meet the requirement to be a confident independent Yoga teacher. We have some reflection classes for one whole month, where each student share what they have learnt and give an hour long yoga asana class.
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