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The 500-hour yoga teacher training program is designed to familiarize students to concepts of yoga philosophy and history, as well as teaching asana (postures), alignment and anatomy so that the physical practice of yoga can be furthered. The certificate provided at the end of this course allows the student to register with Yoga Alliance. The course includes pranayama (breathing) practices and meditation, as well as traditional chanting and cleansing techniques. This gives students all encompassing view of the yogic tradition and prepares them to become yoga teachers or just to enhance their practice and understanding of yoga.
During this yoga teacher training, you will be staying at a 2-star hotel which it is located just around 20 meters far from the beach of Misano Brasile and from the beautiful promenade of Misano Adriatico.
The rooms are air-conditioned, comfortable and well maintained.
The primary objective of the RYT 500 hour alignment based Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy is to immerse the yoga aspirant in the traditional yogic lifestyle and provide an enriching, rewarding, in-depth exposure to yogic philosophy, yoga anatomy, and physiology.
YogaMea School supports yoga aspirants with complete training programs. Students whose goals are spiritual or transformative can establish a sustainable, secure foundation in original Indian traditions from an unbroken lineage during our residential immersion RYT 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training course.
YogaMea School ensures our students learn theoretical and practical aspects of yoga during their comprehensive residential Hatha and Ashtanga RYT 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Italy and in India. The course is perfected through specific yoga techniques and specially designed to help our yoga practicing guests to master their spiritual energy with all the necessary tools useful for self-improvement.
The RYT 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course, is a grand commitment that will immerse you completely and utterly over 8 weeks that are entirely dedicated to personal growth, accumulating a true treasure of information, also taking a great break from the surrounding world.
During this particular course, students have the opportunity to follow two different paths of full training in only one period – 200-hour plus 300-hour training. Culminating in two months of study and sharing. You will make lasting friends in the 200-hour, many of whom may not continue the journey with you. Then you will make more new lasting friends in the 300-hour course. You will have a short break between the first course and the second course to allow students to relax and get ready for the next part of your journey – the 300-hour course.
At the end of your 8-week journey along the RYT 500 Hour track, those who complete all assessments successfully will be awarded a 500 Hour yoga teacher certification, making you eligible to apply for membership with the Yoga Alliance, USA, and the opportunity to open your own school of yoga.
YOGAMEA India or Italy adopts the ancient approach to yoga to instill in each student the wisdom that yoga manifests. Teaching and learning is therefore designed in such a way that ethical practices are ingrained automatically in the students at the school.
The day begins with the daily regimen (Dincharya) and ancient code of conduct. Activities are planned according to the seasonal code of conduct (Ritucharya). The concept of behavior chemistry (Achar - rasayan) is the concept that students are expected to imbibe. Maharishi Patanjali prescribed certain rules of how a person is expected to act in society (Yama) and how personal code and conduct (Niyama) is the expected and essential behavior for individuals to follow.
We at YOGAMEA expect this behavior terminology to be understood and practiced sincerely and honestly by all students to the best extent possible. Before students register for the yoga teacher training they must be aware that this traditional teaching will differ from that of the west. There could even be a fundamental difference in the understanding of the yogic path as that which is taught in the yoga schools in the west.
Modified exercises that go by the name of yoga are frowned upon by Rishikesh Yog Peeth and YOGAMEA and so only those students must apply for the course who are willing to commit to the strict regimen of the course.
Discipline is an integral part of the training program and so the course routine must be strictly observed. Disrespect to rules and regulations could result in termination of studentship with no refund of fee. Absenting oneself from the scheduled program without prior permission of the teacher or manager concerned would be construed as a gross breach of discipline. A student must announce in advance if they intend to forgo a meal so that there is no waste of food. Yogamea does not make arrangements for guests of students. Any activity that is not related to the course is not permitted. Ensure you are on time for class or you will not be permitted to enter any class once it has commenced. Before departure from the school, students are required to return all library books and any other articles belonging to the school.
Yes. You can join our course if you are completely new to yoga. We do ask, however, that you spend some time studying a little bit about what it is you are getting into. You can do this by reading books, attending yoga classes, speaking to others who are practicing yoga regularly. Yoga is more than just exercise and being physically fit. It is a way of life. To practice yoga is to practice mindfulness and the purpose of the postures that have been popularized in the west is so that the student can sit in meditative postures for longer periods of time. Click here to see a Recommended Reading list that our highly qualified and skills yoga practitioners have compiled.
RYT 500 means Registered Yoga Teacher who has studied and completed 500 hours of study. Teachers can register as a RYT® 500 if they have successfully completed a 500-hour yoga teacher training that is registered with Yoga Alliance. The 500 hours of training can either come from one school or can be a combination of a 200-hour teacher training plus 300 hours of advanced training from a RYS 300. Advanced training is defined as training that requires participants to have completed a 200-hour training.
The 500 hour yoga teacher training can be accomplished over a longer or a short period of time by first completing a 200 hour yoga teacher training, then completing a 300 hour advanced yoga teacher training course. The 200 hour course is an introductory course designed for beginner to intermediate level yoga practitioners. Advanced level practitioners can also join the 200 hour course, which gradually advances in intensity until the last week of training. The 300 hour course picks up with the 200 hour course leaves off by taking the student into more advanced philosophy, anatomy and physiology and postures. The 300 hour course is ideal for Yoga Instructors who have been studying and teaching for at least 2 years prior to joining. After completing the 300 hour course, the student is eligible to register with the Yoga Alliance as an RYT 500 hour. In addition to RYT 500 eligibility, you can open your own RYS, lead workshops, register with the Yoga Alliance as a continuing education provide, or continue your self-study, to name a few paths that open up to this individual.
No. The Yoga Alliance® is the largest nonprofit membership organization representing the interests of the yoga community. They do not certify yoga schools, ashrams, centers, institutes, etc. Their credentialing system is a directory, not to be confused with other types of credentialing systems (such as certifications, accreditations, licensure, etc.). Schools, etc., are required to maintain good standing by complying with standards set by Yoga Alliance, as well as by paying their annual renewal fees.
Not all schools, ashrams, yoga centers or yoga institutes register with the Yoga Alliance. It is important to thoroughly research each Yoga Teacher Training provider to determine whether or not they are.
Yes. While your days are relatively full from sunup to sundown, the daily schedule has amply apportioned free time for rest and self-study. If you would like some assistance, one of our staff will be happy to make suggestions and assist with arranging activities of your choice.
Yes. Students come to learn with YogaMea School from all over the world from an array of cultures. To date, we have representation from students from over 120 countries around the globe.
Timea discovered yoga after having a serious car accident many years ago. She began studying and practicing on her own from an old book a friend had given her. Discovering a great passion for Yoga, a few years later she ventured towards her first trip to India where she took part in a Yoga Teacher Training program of 200 hours at The Rishikesh Yog Peeth School. Happy with her first experience, but eager to go more in depth, she returned to Rishikesh several times over the next few years and repeated the same course experience numerous times. Now she's HR-RYT (Highly Recommended, RYT)
Tom's spiritual journey started very early. He was born into a family that promoted being aligned with yourself as being the best way of living life. Taichi was his first real practice in 2009 with Sebastian Lee in Switzerland, Barbara Brennan School of Healing (BBSH) in Miami, & Bad ischl (Austria). 2012 was his first major trip to China to train Kungfu till 2015. After a first YTTC, Tom start teaching full time for the next 3 years. In 2018 he went to Rishikesh to follow a 500hrs TTC and deepen his Yogic knowledge. Tom is still learning under the guidance Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram.
Narendra is a resident yoga experts at RYP. He did his M.A in Yoga Science from Sanskrit Gurukul Vishvidyalaya, Haridwar, India. He has spent time in Mysore, India developing his knowledge of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga. He is also trained in Vedic Astrology and Vedanta under Swami Maheshananda Saraswati in Rishikesh and is an initiate of the Udaseen lineage. Narendra is loved by his students for his dynamic style and precise adjustments that add a new dimension to their asana practice.
Sabrina complete the 200 hours yoga teacher training course with the Yogashala Institute in Marbella (Spain). While living in Spain Sabrina taught aero yoga, Hatha yoga and Ashtanga Yoga in Marbella, in her yoga institute (which she felt blessed too) and surroundings. On moving back to Italy Sabrina completed the 500 hours teacher training course with Timea Vitez in Misano, who opened the doors to her new life. Passion for Ashtanga Vinyasa brought her to India and she started the 200 hours teacher training with Kamal Singh in Rishikesh.
In 2016, Donatella moved to China where she met Victor Kumar who introduced her to Yoga. She studied with him for two years before returning to Italy and with this experience in her heart, she decided to deepen her studies. On her return to Italy, she completed RYT 500H in two years, graduating as Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher in the YogaMea School thanks to the teaching and continuous support of Timea Vitez. In 2018 she started immediately to teach in Rome and cultivate herself as a yoga teacher. At the same time, she started to train as an actress and come back to the dance.
The venue used during this yoga teacher training is located around 20 meters from the beach, not so far from Rimini Malatesta old town and the famous small Country; "San Marino Republic" . It is located within the 2/3 stars Hotel Yoga City , Hotel Arno and Hotel Silvia, in Misano Adriatico Beach, that was a Roman settlement since the 3rd century AD, when a Gens Mesia received lands in the area and gave their name to the place. In 997 AD the Pieve di Sant'Erasmo, one of the most ancient churches in the province, was built, and from 1295 to 1528 Misano was a dominion of the Malatesta, who built a castle whose tower and entrance are still extant. After 1528 it became part of the Church State until 1861, when it was included in the kingdom of Italy.
In 1862 the name was changed to Villa Vittoria then in 1935 became Misano Adriatico. Traditionally for long centuries an agricultural center, in the 1930's underwent a growing tourist development along the coast, as well as offering access to nearby medieval villages. If you're keen on castles, tracing the path of Dante, or just getting out into the countryside for a day on your day off, we can arrange excursions to a number of different places.
For the duration of the yoga teacher training, you will get three Ayurvedic healthy vegetarian meals a day with refreshments, fruit unlimited water and tea available at any time.
Misano is very conveniently located and daily excursions are possible to Assisi (km 166), Ravenna (km 64), Loreto (km 106), San Marino (km 35), Bologna (km 118), Urbino (km 53), Frasassi (km 112) in the immediate vicinities, the famous theme parks of the Riviera: Aquafan, Mirabilandia, Fiabilandia, the Delfinarium, Italia in Miniatura, Le Navi, Go-Kart, Indiana Golf. In the area between Misano and Riccione, the mythical discos Peter Pan, Byblos, Prince, Cocoricò
During the Sundays that you will spend with YogaMea, usually we offer fantastic excursions in the sea with a sailboat, or alternatively trips out of town that can see you visit the small medieval state of San Marino Republic, the birthplace of Raffaello Sanzio "Urbino", or the fortress of San Leo; many others are the alternative options to be evaluated at the time of your stay.
There is a spa nearby where you can book treatments at an additional cost.
Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport
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Ancona Falconara Airport
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Arrive at Marche Airport (AOI) or Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport (BLQ) (the best air destination).
Ask for the Shuttle Bus your pick up service, from Bologna Airport, we will give you the least expensive and fastest solution to reach our Italian Yoga Hotel.
Private Pick-up is available upon request. Kindly send an inquiry to YOGAMEA, for more information on airport transfers.
From Marche Airport (AOI), there is a shuttle every 30 minutes direct to the train station, at a cost of 5 EUR and it takes about 30 minutes to arrive.
Once at the train station in Ancona, You can buy a one-way ticket for Misano Adriatico (your destination). Depending on the type of train, the trip can take from a minimum of 55 minutes to a maximum of 1 hour and 45 minutes.
From Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport (BLQ), the transfer to the Yoga City Hotel Center is easy, every 5 minutes there is a shuttle bus direct to the train central station of Bologna, the cost for the shuttle should be around 5 Euro, the shuttle will take around 15 - 20 minutes (depending on the traffic). From the Central Station of Bologna, every 20 minutes there is a train direct to Rimini or Riccione. Once you are at the train central, choose the most suitable train for you, depending on time / price. Some trains will stop at every railway stations and therefore will take a longer time (even up to 2 hours) to reach the yoga center.
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