“When you know better you do better.” Maya Angelou

YTT Curriculum

We provide a thorough, practical, comprehensive, holistic, integrative and in-depth YTT Course that honours the ancient practices and traditions of Yoga yet blends with a modern western focus.  The YTT course integrates a practical approach to the following key areas:- The RYT200 Yoga Teacher Training Course is underpinned by specific modules as outlined by Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia:-

Modules & Units

1. Practical Teaching Techniques, Training/Practice

2. Teaching Methodology

The Units covered within the Techniques Training/Practice & Teaching Methodology module are:-

  • Asana Lab 1 – Inversions & Arm Balancing Postures
  • Asana Lab 2 – Standing Postures
  • Asana Lab 3 – Standing Balancing Postures
  • Asana Lab 4 – Spine Twists & Hip Openers
  • Asana Lab 5 – Forward Bends
  • Asana Lab 6 – Lateral Flexing Postures
  • Asana Lab 7 – Back Bends
  • Asana Lab 8 – Surya Namaskar Variations
  • Pranayama Labs 1
  • Pranayama Labs 2
  • The Art of Alignment & Assisting – Theory & Practice
  • Vinyasa Krama – The Art of Yoga Sequencing
  • The Energy Locks, Theory & Practice of  Bandha & Granthi
  • Modifications of Yoga Practices – Prenatal Students
  • Psychophysiology & Practice of Meditation
  • Meditation, Visualisation , Savasana & Yoga Nidra – Techniques & Practice
  • Nada Yoga – Chanting & Mantra

3. Anatomy & Physiology includes

  • Applied Gross Anatomy
  • Applied Systemic Physiology & Pathology
  • Subtle Energy Anatomy
  • Yoga Therapeutics
  • Yoga Research Studies

The Units covered within the Anatomy & Physiology module are:-

  • Myology, Kinetics & Biomechanics of Movement – The Physiology of Stretching
  • Anatomy of the Skeletal System
  • Pathology of Injury & Recovery
  • Muscles of the Shoulder Girdle & Upper Limbs
  • Muscles of the Trunk, Spinal Column & Spinal Injuries
  • Muscles of the Pelvic Girdle & Lower Limbs
  • The Channels of Prana – The Nervous System & the Nadis
  • The Centres of Prana – Endocrine System & the Chakras
  • The Respiratory System & A&P of Pranayama
  • The Cardiovascular System & Haemodynamics
  • The Reproductive System – Yoga for Fertility
  • The Lymphatic & Immune System
  • Yoga & the Digestive System

4. Yogic Psychology, Philosophy Lifestyle & Ethics

The Units covered within the Yogic Psychology, Philosophy, Lifestyle & Ethics module are:-

  • Introduction to Patanjalis Yoga Sutras
  • The 8 Limbs of Yoga – Patanjalis Ashtanga Yoga System
  • Introduction to Devanagari Sanskrit – Terminology & Pronunciation
  • Introduction to the Sacred Texts of Yoga
  • The Upanishads & The Vedas
  • Yogic Psychology & The Kleshas
  • The Kosha’s & the Gunas
  • Philosophy, History & Science of Holistic Health
  • Nutrition as Medicine & The Yogic Diet
  • Introduction to Ayurveda

5. Practicum – Practical ‘Hands On’ Teaching Experience

  • YTT Mentoring Classes
  • Asana Labs
  • Pranayama Labs
  • Public Class Attendance
  • Practical Exam
  • External Class Observations
  • Moksha Yoga Course Observations
  • YTT Allocated Public Yoga Classes

We believe that a thorough understanding of the above approaches are imperative to the modern Yoga Teacher, deliberately designed for these ancient teachings and traditions to be delivered to the modern world without compromising its tradition.    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.

“The teacher will find the student” as they say…. Well it has been so true for me, going all the way to Melbourne Australia to find the amazing Moksha Yoga team which made my utopist project of becoming a yoga teacher come true. I will never forget one of the most beautiful experiences of my life, intense and incredibly nourishing; getting me ready, not only to teach, but to LIVE Yoga.” Moksha Graduate


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