300 Hour Teacher Training Program | Advanced Education

Based on the ancient teachings of Himalayan Tradition
This comprehensive program covers all aspects of philosophy and practice of the yoga discipline.
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***Next Module Session Begins 1/21/23 -- 1/22/23***

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The program includes 12 Modules:

ADVANCED HATHA: (Parts I, II, and III)

  I: Advanced Postures, Teaching Skills

  II: Alignments, Adjustments, Assists

  III: Theming and Sequencing, Conscious Cueing 

HATHA - SPECIAL POPULATIONS: Prenatal, Children, Chair, Cancer, Senior, All Bodies, Tauma

PRANAYAMA: Theory & Techniques philosophy and practices, mudras & bandhas, shat-kriyas, yoga-nidra

Six types of Pranayamas, Sushumna breathing, Mudras, Bandhas, Shat-kriyas, Yoga Nidra

YOGA PHILOSOPHY - I: Including Samkhya PhilosophyNeurology of Meditation, Mantra - theory/practice, Five Pillars, Brain waves, Biofeedback, Vegetarianism, Qualities of a teacher

YOGA PHILOSOPHY - II: Six Systems of Indian Philosophy, Kashmiri Shaivism, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita

YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI: A study of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and Vyasa's commentary, Part I sutras I.1-51, Part II sutras II.1-55, Part III sutras III.1-12

SANSKRIT: Himalayan Tradition Language and sounds. Pronunciation (alphabet, Asanas, and Mantras/Prayers) and Proper recitation. 

SUBTLE AND CAUSAL BODY: Pranic body (Chakras, Subtle, and Causal Body) Pranas (5 Pri, 5 Sec), Nadis, Sushumna application, 61/31 points, Sheethali-karana

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY: Human body systems, tissues, and functions, Cellular structure, Endocrine system, Breathing/Lungs, Musculo-Skeletal system, Muscles in posture groups

AYURVEDA - PRINCIPLES: (the ancient science of long life) Primary Doshas, Body types, Kapha, Pitta, Vata, Imbalance of Doshas, Primary imbalance management, Sheethali-karana

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Certification qualifies for a
Yoga Alliance’s RYT 300 registration

Program Details:

 

12 Monthly Modules (168 hours)

HYMTA Annual Retreat (16 hours)

Elective Workshops & Required Resource Material (20 hours)

Completion of Meditation level II classes at HYMC (9 hr)

 

Teaching Meditation Training (30 hours)    

 

Quarterly HYMTA meetings 10 hours (4 x 2.5 hr each)                                           

Monthly Sunday scripture study group 15 hours (10 x 1.5 hr each)​

Monthly Global Full Moon Meditation 8 hours (8 x 1 hr each)

Teaching/Assisting yoga at HYMC/Sister Centers/Off Location (10 hours)

Teaching Workshops (4 hours) 

Teaching a 4 week session (4 hours) 

Complete a 30 day meditation journal workbook, submitted for review (3 hours)

Complete a 30 day food journal workbook, submitted for review (3 hours)

Total Training Hours: 300 hours

Prerequisites:  graduated from the HYMC TTP200 program.  If a student is certified from another YA registered TTP200 program, s/he must also enroll in Meditation-I class at HYMC in order to graduate.a student should have completed TTP200 (200 hour) certification program from HYMC. 

~Students who have completed a 200 hour program certification from another YA registered yoga school are required to complete Meditation I program before graduating in addition to the requirements below.

  • Pass written exam with a grade of 80%  and higher.

  • A faculty board evaluation will be held to assess a student’s readiness to graduate.

Policies:

Performing selfless service at the center. (4 hours), Classes taught (workshops, series, classes) Are also selfless services. 

Weekly Class log 50 class hours

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Program investment:  

$3995

(12 monthly modules, 1 HYMTA Retreat, 20 Approved Elective Workshops, Meditation level II classes, Teaching Meditation, HYMTA 1 year membership)

***Costs of Books & Materials are not included, extra.  

Payment Plan: $875 registration fee at start of program. 12 payments of $260 due at each module. Program fee must be collected before attendance.  

Full Tuition Payment: $3,750 payable at start of the program. 

Program Length: The program is designed to be completed in 12 to 36 months. 

A grace period of one year is permitted for extenuating circumstances along with an administrative fee of $50.

HYMC reserves the right to re-schedule a weekend class module due to insufficient student registration.

Registration:  Please click here to download the application form.

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registered with Yoga Alliance and meets its certification requirements.
An initiation into the Himalayan Tradition with receiving of a personal mantra is highly recommended.