This Aerial yoga teacher training course will provide you with techniques and a structure to deliver complete yoga classes using the aerial fabric and the necessary skills to learn and to teach, bringing a new dimension to your practice and classes. Once completing the training, you will have the opportunity to connect to a network of already trained instructors who are enjoying practicing and teaching today.
Yoga Village's forest huts are 150 meters from the beach in the cool shade of palm trees with beautiful open large space and access onto the creek palm gardens around with a small vegetarian cafe and a health bakery, massage offering, yoga classes, and meditation courses in the hall next to the huts. All huts have an attached bathroom, double bed, ceiling fans, mosquito nets, and charging plug points for laptops and mobile phones.
Aerial yoga is a dynamic deep opening practice that will also greatly enhance any sporting activities. Therefore, the training is also good for personal growth, you don’t necessarily have to teach. The Aerial yoga teachers training program is comprised of six areas:
In order to teach Aerial yoga, you must complete the training (no partial days allowed). You also must pass the final exam, assessment, and do 20 hours of one-to-one sessions. The pace of this program is very fast and it may be intense for your body, but it will also be great fun!
You will have to meet an assessment criteria to pass the teacher training. You will be assessed on each of the modules. Assessments are both written and practical. The teachers will give you details of what is expected during the first week. You will have plenty of guidance and support throughout the course.
Upon successful completion of the Aerial yoga teacher training program and successfully passing the examination and assessment, trained teachers will have the opportunity to teach Aerial yoga.
The Yoga Village main center in Goa is located right on the beautiful beach of Arambol in Goa, surrounded by tall coconut palm trees and overlooking the vivid blue waters of the Indian Ocean, it is just a footstep from the sandy beach. Situated around 50 kilometers north of Panaji, Arambol has one of the most charming beaches of Goa. Arambol has a distinct Bohemian feel which is no longer found in other areas such as Calangute and this inevitably attracts many alternative travelers.
Currently no major hotels exist in this area due to local pressure. Huts are available at reasonable rates. Arambol Beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa, amongst many other popular locations. A short walk north off the main beach is a smaller beach with a fresh water lake close to the sea. The water here is a mixture of fresh water and sea water.
You will be provided with daily simple yogic food, juices, pasta, Indian thali, and Western food. You will also be served power boosting shakes.
Yoga Village is offering massage sessions in Chinese acupressure massage, foot massage, and cupping therapy. Their certified massage therapist, Khando, from Tibet gives treatment at the center in Goa and Dharamsala.
Please book your flight to arrive at Goa International Airport (GOI). There is a prepaid taxi stand in front of the airport. It's safe and the prices are fixed to all beaches in Goa. The approximate distance between Arambol Beach to Goa International Airport (GOI) is 63 kilometers. The taxi will take around two hours time to reach Arambol Beach. Approximate cost of prepaid taxi is around 1300 INR.
Frequent buses run every half hour from Mapusa bus stand for a 32 kilometer journey between Mapusa and Arambol Beach. It will take around 30 minutes or so to reach Arambol bus stand which is 10 minutes' walking distance from Yoga Village
There are also plenty of private bus companies running into Goa City from Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru (Bangalore), Mangalore, and many other interstate cities. Buses for Mumbai City depart from Panaji, Margao, and Mapusa on a daily basis. Approximate distance from Panjim City to Arambol Beach is 50 kilometers.
Goa railway stations include Pernem, ten kilometers from Arambol Beach, and Thivim railway station, 35 kilometers from Arambol Beach. Mapusa is the best station to reach northern Goa beaches.