Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training 200 Hour Intensive, Kerala

“Vinyasa” is a Sanskrit term which can be broken into two parts: nyasa, which means “to place”, and vi which means “in a special way. ” Vinyasa Yoga is a very popular style of yoga that is characterised by linking postures into a specific arrangement, while simultaneously co-ordinating movement with breath. It is frequently referred to as flow yoga since practitioners often feel a flowing quality once sufficient strength and balance has been attained. It is a very strong, powerful practice yet offers an equally graceful element.

Yinyasa yoga was derived from the Ashtanga Vinyasa system; the key difference being that the Ashtanga Vinyasa system (all 6 series), as taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, are set sequences which cannot be altered while vinyasa yoga sequences will always differ since teachers have freedom to designed different classes with different themes and intentions. Vinyasa yoga classes are an expression of a teacher’s creativity and each class highlights the uniqueness of each individual teacher.

What differentiates a good vinyasa teacher from an amazing teacher; the ability to design brilliant sequences and themed classes. This is exactly what you will learn if you attend a 200 hour vinyasa yoga teacher training intensive at Suddha Anand Yogshala in Kerala. Our vinyasa yoga teacher training is ideal for those on the path towards teaching and those who wish to refine their sequencing skills. Perhaps you attended a 200 hour intensive in the past but feel you need more training before teaching; if so we invite you to attend a vinyasa yoga teacher training intensive at our shala in Varkala, Kerala.

Our intensive training program is offered 8 months of the year and has limited availability as we maintain small class sizes. We encourage you contact us today to learn more. If you are looking to deepen your personal practice or refine your teaching skills, we invite you to attend a vinyasa yoga teacher training intensive with us at Suddha Anand Yogshala in the tropical land of Kerala.