Join this 28 days 200-hour Hatha and Vinyasa flow yoga teacher training in Goa, India. The affiliate yoga school - Rishikesh Yogpeeth, RYS 200 - RYS 300, has an experience of many years conducting 200, 300, and 500-hour residential Hatha and Ashtanga yoga teacher training and yoga instructor courses in Rishikesh, Goa (India), and Italy. All of these teacher training programs are registered with Yoga Alliance, USA.
You will stay at Oasis Residency, Mandrem Beach, North Goa, India.
As the name suggests, “yoga teacher training”, the initial goal of this course in to develop “you” as a perfect and learned yoga teacher who can then develop and spread yoga to the world. The personal work of yoga practice is the best way to prepare to teach yoga classes, but you will also look more deeply into methods of teaching.
During the course, you will practice aspects of yoga teaching on each other, which will include planning and teaching classes and sequences, using props and aids, and helping students to modify poses so that they can get the most out of the practices. Upon completion of the course, you will be awarded the Yoga Alliance certification.
You will be served three-time yogic food from Monday until Friday.
Dabolim Airport (GOI) is a civil enclave at INS Hansa, a naval airfield located at Dabolim near Vasco da Gama. The airport caters to scheduled domestic and international air services. Goa has scheduled international connections to Doha, Dubai, Muscat, Sharjah, and Kuwait in the Middle East.
Goa’s public transport largely consists of privately operated buses linking the major towns to rural areas. Government-run buses, maintained by the Kadamba Transport Corporation, link major routes (like the Panaji - Margao route) and some remote parts of the state. The corporation owns 15 bus stands, 4 depots, and one central workshop at Porvorim and a head office at Porvorim. In large towns such as Panajiand Margao, intra-city buses operate. However, public transport in Goa is less developed, and residents depend heavily on their own transportation, usually motorised two-wheelers and small family cars.
Goa has two rail lines - one run by the South Western Railway and the other by the Konkan Railway. The line run by the South Western Railway was built during the colonial era linking the port town of Vasco da Gama, Goa with Belgaum, Hubli, Karnataka via Margao. The Konkan Railway line, which was built during the 1990s, runs parallel to the coast connecting major cities on the western coast.
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