Apply today to be part of our
October 2015 intake!

Start date of our October intake

Monday 28th September 2015



The Moksha Academy of Yoga provides a Nationally Recognised and Internationally Accredited Yoga Teacher Training Course, registered through Yoga Alliance (200hr) and Yoga Australia (500hr), which means you can teach any where in the world!

We provide a thorough, practical, comprehensive, holistic, integrative and in-depth Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) Course that honors the ancient practices and traditions of Yoga, yet blends with a modern western focus.

Our goal is to ensure that we provide a consistently high academic standard of learning and experience within the field of Yoga studies as a way to contribute to the health and wellbeing of all students and teachers alike.

You can choose to study the course over:

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“Practice is the hardest part of learning, and training is the essence of transformation.” Ann Voskamp


The courses are designed for the serious, dedicated Yoga student who has a passion for the teachings and practices of Yoga with a desire to share this with others. The YTT course integrates an applied and practical approach to the following key areas:-

  • Teaching Techniques & Practices
  • Teaching Methodology
  • Applied Gross Anatomy
  • Applied Systemic Physiology
  • Subtle Energy Anatomy
  • Yoga Philosophy & Psychology
  • Yoga Therapeutics
  • Yoga Research Studies
  • Practicum – Practical ‘hands on’ Teaching Experience

We believe that a thorough understanding of the above key areas is imperative to the modern Yogi, deliberately intended for these ancient teachings and traditions to be delivered to the modern world. This approach provides our Graduates with the opportunity of entering the world of Yoga Teaching harnessed with confidence and a wealth of knowledge in order to provide a high standard of teaching to prospective students.

Request an Information Pack and Enrolment Form Here

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"Without intention, all these postures, these breathing practices, meditations, and the like can become little more than ineffectual gestures. When animated by intention, however, the simplest movement, the briefest meditation, and the contents of one breath cycle are made potent."
-Donna Farhi