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Goa Yoga School


Goa Yoga School

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About This Yoga School

Goa, India is a popular destination for yoga enthusiasts seeking a 200-hour yoga teacher training course. This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to teach yoga asanas, pranayama, meditation, and other aspects of yoga philosophy and lifestyle.

The Yoga courses in Goa typically takes four to six weeks to complete, and it is an intensive program that requires dedication and commitment from participants. Most programs include a daily schedule that begins early in the morning and continues throughout the day, with breaks for meals and rest. The first week of the course typically focuses on the foundations of yoga, including the history and philosophy of yoga, basic anatomy and physiology, and an introduction to asanas (yoga postures). Participants may also learn about pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation. As the course progresses, participants will deepen their understanding of asanas and pranayama, learning how to sequence and modify postures for different levels and abilities. They may also study yoga philosophy in more detail, exploring the concepts of the eight limbs of yoga and the chakras.

In addition to learning how to teach yoga, participants will also have the opportunity to practice their own yoga practice. Daily asana and meditation classes are typically included in the program, allowing participants to deepen their personal practice and experience the benefits of yoga first-hand. Throughout the course, participants will receive feedback and guidance from experienced yoga teachers, allowing them to refine their teaching skills and develop their own teaching style. They may also have the opportunity to teach a class to their fellow participants, gaining valuable experience and feedback. Most 200-hour yoga teacher training courses in Goa also include modules on Ayurveda, the traditional Indian system of medicine. Participants may learn about Ayurvedic principles and how to incorporate them into their yoga teaching and lifestyle


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