25 Days 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in Thailand

  • The Sanctuary, Haad Tien Beach Ko Phangan, Surat Thani, Thailand

Yoga Teacher Training Thailand

This yoga teacher training is a holistic program; to understand yoga you must first understand self, body, mind, and spirit. The chakana or andean cross acts as the guide and foundational structure for the course. The chakana encompasses a lower world, middle world, and upper world and within each wold you will focus on different types of movement, diet, and meditation. It will bring to life the ancient teachings of yoga through accessible spiritual lessons, a solid foundation in yogic philosophy, and a daily yoga practice, called the Kula flow. During the training, you will wake up while the sun rises and experience the beauty and serenity in the midst of the tropical setting. You will end with meditation or satsang to contemplate and reflect on the sadhana of the day. Living with the rhythms of the earth and embracing the fullness of your practice, you grow into yourself and into life.

Highlights

  • Daily Kula Flow and asana analysis
  • Daily yogic philosophy, theory, and diet
  • Daily sunrise meditation and pranayama sessions
  • Kirtan or satsang sacred gatherings
  • 24 nights accommodation
  • 3 daily meals
  • 23 days with instruction
  • English
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The accommodations in The Sanctuary range between luxurious garden rooms and unique jungle houses, to bungalows and dorm rooms. Some of the houses and rooms are very open and your closest neighbors would be friendly jungle creatures such as gekkos, monitor lizards, mosquitoes, bats, moths, and the occasional Sanctuary cat.

The program is a 25-day course, using the chakana as the foundational structure. This means the course is separated into lower, middle, and upper worlds. The lower world represents the physical, the middle world reflects the mental and emotional, and the upper world involves the energetic or spiritual realm, leading you on a true journey from the head to the heart. Uncover and let go of the layers and step into a more awakened state of being to sit in the seat of your soul.

You will spend eight days in each world, broken down into two half-cycles of three days, with a half-day on day four to apply these practices to modern day living, and a full day off on day eight to live your spiritual practice.

For full school days you will follow the detailed schedule below. On half days, you will open with a morning's rest, restorative Yin class and a workshop to deepen your understanding of the chakras associated with the world you are working in, with the rest of this day free.

You will meet the group for evening gathering every other day.

The training will consist of 25 days, 18 full training days, three half days, and two full days off, plus opening and closing on the first and last days.

Techniques

Asana, pranayama, and kriya techniques will be taught, practiced, and trainees will then practice teaching them to their peers. There will be time to develop ones own asanas, learn about benefits, checkpoints and contraindications, as well as to teach and assist peers during group teaching sessions. Group teaching means that we form a circle and each participant demonstrates and teaches one asana while others either perform the technique or assist their peers.

Asanas

A variety of asanas from the following groups of asanas will be taught including gentle beginner and intermediate variations. The trainees will be taught how to enter and exit a pose, how to use the breath in the asana, checkpoints for alignment, benefits and contraindications for the asana, and how to assist students in the pose.

Categories of asanas

Standing and balancing asanas, forward bends, back bends, side bends, twisting poses, crouching and seated poses, poses on the abdomen, poses on the back, inverted poses, and meditation poses. Trainees will also learn how to adapt the techniques for specific ages, levels, some ailments, and in the case of pregnancy. They will learn warm-up techniques and relaxation poses including the importance of deep breathing in relaxation to prevent muscle fatigue and the build-up of lactic acid in the muscles.

Pranayama

Teacher trainees will learn the form, benefits and contraindications of the following pranayama techniques, as well as when to incorporate them into the class and how to introduce pranayama techniques. Abdominal breathing, the three-part breath, ujjai pranayama, brahmari pranayama, anuloma viloma, and kapalabhati pranayama. They will learn how to perform these pranayamas with the bandhas and with relatively short breath retention (Kumbhaka) when appropriate.

Bandhas

In order to perform the retention in the above breathing techniques, it is necessary to teach and learn mula bandha, jalandhara bandha, and uddiyana bandha, the latter also being instrumental to kriyas such as nauli. The purpose of the bandhas will be discussed in its relation to the uniting of prana and apana to channel them into the shushumna nadi.

Kriyas

Trainees will learn the following kriyas, their benefits, primarily for their own practice, and later how to introduce the kriya to a class. Jal neti, jal kapalabhati, agni sara, and tratak.

Meditation

In the theory section, the goal and paths of yoga will be discussed, thereby leading to the concept and techniques of meditation. Guided meditation will be explored, including creative visualization, meditation using yantra, mantra, ideation, ishta chakra and the withdrawal of the senses from external objects. Students will be guided in choosing a mantra for meditation.

Mantra

You will explore the idea of mantra as a mystical energy encased in a sound structure in relation to both saguna (nama) mantras and nirguna mantras such as om. Trainees will learn to chant and present yogic mantras for the beginning or ending of yoga classes (such as the shanti mantra or the jyothi mantra). Bija mantras for purifying the chakras will also be explored including the timing and procedure for using these mantras in meditation.

Transformational experiences

During the transformational experiences evening program, students will delve into the practice of both nama and abstract kiirtan, as well as Vedic mantras such as: the Gayatri mantra, the Mahamrityunjaya (healing) mantra, the shanti mantra, the loving-kindness mantra, and the akhanda mantra. Transformational experiences will also include some rituals, sharing, healing circles, and creative movement.

Philosophy, lifestyle, and ethics

The program attributes quite a bit of emphasis to this section, as you believe that western students of yoga tend to focus more thoroughly on the physical aspects of yoga like alignment, and health benefits, than on the philosophical base and framework of yoga, including the practice of yoga off the mat. This section will introduce yoga psychology and philosophy through discussions on Patanjalis yoga sutras, chapters one and two. Trainers will present sutras, and also use pair work and group work discussions to give trainees the opportunity to explore how these sutras relate to their practice, and how they live their lives. Patanjalis eight-fold path is the climax of chapter two, and the trainers will offer concrete examples of how to implement yamas and niyamas in your daily life. Trainees will have the opportunity to discuss their understanding and experience with these yogic guidelines. They will also be guided to see the interrelationship of all of the ten principles, as well as the interrelationship of the different paths of yoga. The paths (bhakti, karma, raja and jnana) will also be introduced in both a philosophical and practical light.

Lifestyle

  • You will be presented and compare yogic and ayurvedic concepts of nutrition, as well as those of daily cleansing rituals, self massage, and other practices.

Ethics

As a natural extension to the ten principles, as well as the discussions on teaching methodology, you will flow into a discussion of professionalism and ethics in the teaching profession in general and the yoga profession in particular. You will present your statement of professional standards and discuss as a group the importance of having and maintaining codes of professional standards.

Teaching methodology

Practical teaching methodology includes how to demonstrate, observe, cue and assist students. This will be integrated with the techniques class. You will also model the importance of language used to describe entry, maintaining and exiting poses. Theoretical discussions of methodology aim to explore how to become a transformational facilitator rather than just an instructor. This includes such topics as, the art of sequencing, creating a safe space, establishing a student-centered class, managing group dynamics, language and cuing, the ethics of assisting, and creating a yogic environment for learning. Trainees will also discuss qualities that will be instrumental to them as teachers.

Anatomy and physiology

  • In the 20 hours of anatomy and physiology class, students will be learning both about the physical system and the subtle body.

Physical anatomy

This class aims to teach trainees about anatomy and how it relates to yoga. Resources such as anatomy and asana, and the anatomy of movement will guide teachers and students. Subjects will include the study of the skeleton, muscles and joints, the cardio-vascular system, the respiratory system and the endocrine system and how they are benefited by yoga.

Subtle anatomy

Subtle anatomy is the yogic teaching regarding the three bodies, the physical body, the astral body and the causal body, as well as the five corresponding sheaths, and the yogic techniques that purify each sheath. Further, the concept of nadis and chakras will be explored. The shape, location, associated glands, and characteristics of each chakra will be explored. The practical meditation sessions and chanting sessions, which will explore meditating, and chanting to purify the chakras will complement this subject. It will also complement the discussion of the ida, pingala, and shushumna nadis that is intrinsic to any discussion of pranayama and the bandhas.

Practicum

In the first half of the program, trainees will be gradually introduced to teaching by teaching peers each pose or mini sequence in the techniques class. This will progress towards teaching one pose or mini sequence to the whole group. In second half of the course, the trainees will each teach two classes to a peer. Each class will be 90 minutes long. They will then get 15 minutes of feedback from their peers and from the trainer.

Typical day

  • 06:30 - 09:00 Art of practice: meditation, pranayama, and asana
  • 10:00 - 13:00 Art of living and teaching: yogic philosophy, theory and diet, yogic living and daily intentions
  • 15:00 - 17:30 Art of teaching: Kula flow, asana analysis, adjustments, and yoga anatomy
  • 19:00 - 20:30 Art of healing (every other evening): ceremony, kirtan or satsang sacred gathering
  • Randi Schiffman

    Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200, RYT 500 (Yoga)

    Randi is certified E-RYT 500, influenced by many traditions such as Ashtanga, Sivananda, Iyengar, Yin, and Restorative. She has facilitated over 25 international 200 and 500-hour yoga teacher training since 2010, and has helped to establish an experiential permaculture and yoga retreat center on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Randi continues to teach and practice wherever she is in the world. She currently offers 200 and 500-hour yoga teacher training courses and retreats in Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, and Thailand. She is also a certified Thai masseuse.

  • J.R. Jayananda

    (Satyananda Yoga)

    Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 (Sivananda Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga)

    Grounded in the teachings of Advaita Vedanta Jaya, he weaves openly through his life passions of tantra, yoga, shamanism, and sound healing into a prayerful and poetic teaching. Certified ERYT-500 studying traditional Ashtanga, Satyananda, and Sivananda styles of yoga in depth in India, he brings about an approach that is based on tradition yet modern in its understanding. From the philosophies of the scriptures to neuroscience and transpersonal therapy, you find just how your practice rooted in this quality of meditation will transform your life.

The Sanctuary is a dream beach resort offering a stunning yoga space along with wellness cleansing, spa, workshops, classes, and natural healing therapies. With its unique architecture incorporating old style thatch roofs and buildings built in and around rocks, you will feel truly part of the stunning natural wonder that is the home of the Thailand registered yoga teacher training 200-hour yoga teacher training. Walk along the beaches along the three bays that make up this small and peaceful community and dine in a restaurant, which has gained rave reviews from media all over the world.

Haad Tien Bay

Haad Tien Bay is situated on the east coast of Koh Phangan, an island known for its Thai friendliness and, more recently, for its famous full moon parties in Haad Rin.

The bay is two beaches away from Haad Rin and therefore offers the best of both worlds, the chance to experience the clubs and parties of Haad Rin, and yet you can easily return to the peace and tranquility of an unspoiled island bay with excellent swimming, snorkelling and relaxation facilities.

You can also walk to Why Nam Beach and Haad Yuan Beach, along with Haad Tien, these three bays make up the small community. Why Nam is very small and peaceful, with just one bungalow resort and a restaurant. Haad Yuan is more developed and great for swimming. It is encouraged to walk, explore, and enjoy everything the three bays have to offer.

The beach is kept clean and we all endeavor to take care of ecological waste and, through cooperation, keep this bay very special for all of our visitors and long term residents. In addition to providing a family-type atmosphere, it is a unique place in a fast-changing world.

Activities
  • Fitness center
  • Massage
  • Pilates
  • Shopping nearby
  • Snorkeling
  • Spa
  • Swimming
General
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Beach
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Night club nearby
  • Restaurant
  • Yoga studio
Services
  • Free Wi-Fi

The price of this retreat includes three daily vegetarian and organic meals. You will devour on delicious traditional Thai cuisine and scrumptious vegetarian dishes from around the world during your stay.

Snorkel in the bay

Relax on the beach

Walk around and explore the community

Aloe Thai herb hair treatment (750 THB for 45 minutes)

Aromatherapy massage (1050 THB for 90 minutes)

Deep cleansing lifting facial (600 THB for 30 minutes)

Deep tissue neck and shoulder oil massage (700 THB for 45 minutes)

Detoxifying Bali body and scrub and wrap (950 THB for 60 minutes)

Dry skin brush (500 THB for 30 minutes)

Foot massage (550 THB for 45 minutes)

Hot coconut oil hairapy (550 THB for 30 minutes)

Hot stone massage (1200 THB for 90 minutes)

Manicure (600 THB for 45 minutes)

Manicure and pedicure (1000 THB for 90 minutes)

Maui pineapple body scrub (750 THB for 30 minutes)

Natural fruit facial (600 THB for 30 minutes)

Papaya body polish (900 THB for 60 minutes)

Pedicure (600 THB for 45 minutes)

Relaxing oil massage (1050 THB for 90 minutes)

Sea salt body glow (600 THB for 30 minutes)

Traditional Thai massage (800 THB for 90 minutes)

  • 3 daily vegetarian meals
  • 24 nights accommodation
  • Daily yoga and asana practices
  • Daily yogic philosophy and theory
  • Daily meditation and pranayama sessions
  • Every other night group gatherings

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Samui Airport (USM).

Arrival by ferry

Koh Pha Ngan island is easily accessible by ferry from Surattani. Ferry arrives on Koh Pha Ngan in Tong Sala town. From Tong Sala take a taxi truck to Had Rin town where you can get a boat taxi, from Sunrise beach, or a car taxi from the pier to Haad Tien Bay, home of the Sanctuary.

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 3 days before arrival.

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    10 out of 10

    "I attended the 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training in May 2015 in Mexico, and it was an absolutely fantastic experience, largely because of the two talented and knowledgeable teachers. CJ Ananda Page brought knowledge, passion to every class and despite the grueling, all day schedule she maintained a high level of energy and presence throughout! She created a safe learning environment with her calm and compassionate manner, allowing the students to feel as comfortable as possible while learning new skills. Whenever you have a teacher that has the practical knowledge, combined with passion for the subject, you end up having happy, well taught students! I truly feel lucky for all that Ananda brought to the course, her value to our experience cannot be understated. Thanks so much Kula!"

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    10 out of 10

    "It was with much gratitude, love and respect that I thank you for having the courage and enthusiasm to follow your yogic journey. As a result I was honored with a teacher. You are patient, focused, wise and giving. It was inspiring to observe your unwavering commitment to guide 13 women (myself included) through a mind, body, soul journey. You were encouraging, nonjudgmental and demanding when needed (the appropriate amount, of course). You were the wise observer yet you were also a bright light, full of smiles and fun. I know that I will speak to my own students some day of my teacher and they will see admiration and gratitude on my face. I hope our paths cross again. Until then I pull strength daily from remembering your commitment and recalling the courage that not only you displayed but my fellow students that through your guidance and energy are now certified yoga teachers! Yeah!!! Namaste and lets Om it out!:)"

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    10 out of 10

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  • Review by Elizabeth Cohn-Martin
    10 out of 10

    "I came into creativity and yoga retreat after a very academically, mentally and emotionally stressful semester in New York City. While I was pretty fatigued and exhausted initially, the transition into the workshop brought a tremendous amount of relief and an influx of joy that I had not felt in a long time. I consider myself quite lucky to have been able to offer myself such a fantastic gift and can fully vouch for the benefits of this experience. This retreat is very special for many reasons. The obvious reason is that it merges creativity development practices with yoga practices. I have yet to find a workshop or retreat like this elsewhere and think that it is powerful to merge these two practices, as the physical practice of yoga enables the mind to become much more malleable and open to creative flows and desires. Being able to use the physical practice in a way that directly supports creative development is super special and really quite useful for the support of all different kinds of creative practices. Zach helps to clarify and direct those creative instincts while Jessi crafts the physical practice as a meditative and spiritual journey that distinctly feeds the creator or artist in each of us."

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  • Review by Jonathan Barcant from USA
    10 out of 10

    "Filled me with confidence to take my practice into the world. I had the pleasure of being a student to Randi's Thai yoga massage training at the Yoga Forest on beautiful lake Atitlan, in January 2015. Randi's got a fun, kind, loving, and also kind of hilarious energy that is so warm and enjoyable, and I loved getting to spend two weeks with her as a friend, mush-partner, and student her techniques of teaching of Thai massage are very clear, and her touch and demonstrations are great, and give a sweet feel of what Thai massage is all about. I've definitely taken a little bit of her along with me into my own practice wherever I go now, and for anyone thinking of getting a massage or taking a course with Randi, I give my strong recommendation. Enjoy."

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  • Review by Hannah Ornsby from UK
    10 out of 10

    "I came to the forest for one week as a guest and ended up staying for five. I signed up for the lunar yoga immersion course which ended up being the best decision of my life. Hayley is an incredible teacher with so much wisdom to share. It's a brilliant course with 1 hour meditation and 3 hours yoga a day, alongside a 2 hour wisdom theory class a day, which were so amazing. I learned so much and would recommend anyone interested in yoga, consciousness deepening practice or teacher training to come here. I'll be back for my teacher training for sure. The forest is so beautiful and amazing place to go and visit, the permaculture farm, food, cabanas, yoga platforms, and chill out spots are all amazing. I had the most incredible time and made friends for life. Everyone is super genuine, supporting, and beautiful at the forest. It will always remain as one of the most special experiences of my life."

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  • Review by Dawn Hyde from USA
    10 out of 10

    "My stay at the yoga forest was nothing short of amazing. My experience in the lunar yoga immersion far surpassed all of my expectations. The land is beautiful. The daily routine at the forest is full of sweet rituals: We would rise early with the sun to practice meditation, and asana. After nourishing meals, there were philosophy and permaculture lectures, and restorative yoga in classes. There were plenty of opportunities to participate in sacred ceremonies which included many offerings, such as fresh flowers, chanting, music, and sharing. After that I would then settle into my tent under the moon and stars. I've never felt so connected to a community, the earth, and myself as I did during that transformational month at the yoga forest. The lunar yoga immersion program was wonderful. Hayley is one of the most incredible yoga philosophy teachers that I've ever had. Her patient guidance on this path will be unforgettable. The wisdom classes that she taught were a true gift, and I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to study under her. The program that she has created really allowed me to venture deep within my consciousness. She created a loving and supportive space to help me shed the layers of myself that no longer serve me, and to shine my light brighter. I highly recommend this program to anyone who is looking to reconnect with their hearts, their bodies, and the earth. Thank you."

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