200 Hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
Nomad Yoga’s 200 hour Hatha teacher training is a unique blend of classic yoga and traditional Indian philosophy combined with the mindfulness teachings of Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
The ancient study of yoga using traditional text is delivered in a contemporary way so that students can apply yoga principles into their lives.
Students will learn the foundations of being a yoga teacher so they practice safely, teach safely, understand the connection of breath, movement and mind and how to connect with others.
Upon successful completion of the training you can travel and work all over the world with a globally recognised 200 hour teaching certificate.
The Nomad Yoga 200 hour Teacher Training is suitable for levels of experience.
2019 Training Dates
January 03 – January 31
February 25 – March 23
April 01 – April 27
June 17 – July 13
September 02 – September 28 – ONLY 5 SPOTS LEFT!!
December 02 – December 28
2020 Training Dates
February 10 – March 8
April 01 – April 30
June 01 – June 28
September 07 – October 04
November 30 – December 27
EARLY BIRD PRICES for SEPT TTC 2019
SAVE $500 when you register before the 15th July
SAVE $200 when you register between 16th – 31st July
FULL TRAINING COST: $2,700
The price includes accommodation, tuition fees, learning materials.
Plus 3 meals per day/5 days a week
FULL TRAINING COST (excl. accommodation): $2,300
The price includes tuition fees, learning materials.
Plus 3 meals per day/ 5 days a week
Deposit to Register and Secure your Place
A non-refundable US$500 deposit is required to secure early bird prices.
Pay on your First Day
The remaining balance is to be paid by lunchtime on the first day by PayPal or cash.
The price does not cover travel to/from Hoi An
We recommend the Hoi An Expats Facebook Group as a resource for finding long-term accommodations. If you need further assistance with finding accommodations, visa info or transportation please let us know.
A Typical Day
5:30am – Daily Cleansing
Shat Kriyas or Yogic cleansing processes are an integral part of yoga as they help eliminate accumulated toxins from the system. The body functions like a machine and like a machine it has to be continuously cleaned and maintained. It is this cleansing of toxins like mucus, gas, acid, sweat, urine and stool that improves its functioning. Kriyas also help prepare the body and condition it for the proper practice of yogasana and pranayama.
6:00am – Daily Hatha practice
An energising Hatha practice. Every morning you will have a Hatha class. These classes are a good place to work on your alignment, learn relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with doing yoga while building strength and flexibility.
7:15am – Pranayama
Breath is essential to life. Our breathing is influenced by our thoughts, and our thoughts and physiology can be influenced by our breath. Learning to breathe consciously and with awareness is the fourth limb of yoga and it can be a valuable tool in helping to restore balance in the mind and body.
8:15am – Breakfast & Study break
Re-fuel with a healthy vegan/vegetarian breakfast in our cafe and enjoy time with your fellow students and teachers, where you can reflect on what you have learnt, what you are feeling and ask questions in a casual, relaxed space.
10:30am – Philosophy or Chanting
The yoga Sutras of Patanjali is a key text of the yoga school of Hinduism and we teach this classic text in a way that you can immediately start incorporating yoga philosophy into your daily life.
Embrace the energy of chanting mantras in your chanting classes. You will learn the meaning of many mantras and when they are used. You will practice mantras you can use in your classes as a teacher and mantras for your own personal use.
11:30am – Meditation
Our meditation and mindfulness classes are based on the teachings of Buddhist Zen Master Thict Nhat Hanh.
“Mindfulness is the energy that helps us recognsise the conditions of happiness that are already present in our lives. You don’t have to wait ten years to experience this happiness. It is present in every moment of your daily life. There are those of us who are alive but don’t know it. But when you breathe in, and you are aware of your in-breath, you touch the miracle of being alive. That is why mindfulness is a source of happiness and joy.”
12:45pm – Lunch Break
We serve a combination of traditional Vietnamese dishes and western meals to keep you energised and satisfied!
1:45pm – Anatomy
Our Anatomy classes will teach you the fundamental information needed to apply anatomy to yoga postures and your practice.
2:45pm – Self Study break
Chill out on the roof top terrace or sit in the Nomad cafe and hit the books!
4:00pm – Ashtanga practice
Ashtanga yoga is a system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009). This method of yoga involves synchronising the breath with a progressive series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs. The result is improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind.
6:00pm – Dinner
After your Ashtanga practice, you will be ready for dinner! This is another chance to reflect on the day, share and enjoy nourishing your body.
POST GRADUATE INTERNSHIP*
‘Transition from Trainee to Teacher Program’
Our personal commitment to your professional development:
Our Nomad internship program is designed not only for trainees who graduate from the Nomad 200 Hour Teacher but for any trainees who have graduated from another 200 hour teacher training course, and are ready to make the transition from trainee to teacher.
Graduates will have the opportunity to work alongside and assist our senior teachers and studio staff by developing their invaluable teaching, adjusting and classroom management skills. Participants will also get a behind the scenes look at the business of yoga with an introduction of how a professional yoga studio runs and develop their customer relationship skills in a supportive environment.
We are excited to offer this opportunity to yoga teacher training course graduates so they can refine revise and deepen their knowledge by completing tasks that will reinforce and deepen their knowledge of recently completed teacher training material.
Our intention is to allow graduates to update and refresh the knowledge and skills already gained as a graduate of a yoga teacher training programs and be ready to start teaching!
Duration – 1 month (4 weeks)
- Trainee will meet with Mentor prior to starting program to discuss what’s involved and expectations from both parties.
- Support reception shifts x 2 a week – interns will assist reception staff. Duties will include but are not limited to – check ins, customer relations and classroom management (ensuring studio is clean and tidy, water, towels are available etc)
- Support mentor teacher doing adjustments/shadow teacher x 3 a week. (Not all teachers are comfortable having someone else give Adjustments in their class). These classes will be assigned to you at the beginning of each week.
- Teach 1 Hatha Yoga class per week – Donation based class
- 2 classes a week (min) interns are to sit in on a class and take notes notes on anything, must include but are not limited to such as: sequencing, cues, modifications, music. Try to observe a variety of different teachers, around 3-5 different instructors. (Must be a different teacher each class whenever possible.)
- Prepare 4 classes with different themes/purpose plus cues for mentor to evaluate and give feedback (1 per week).
- Trainees must complete all tasks in the work book by the end of the program.
- Trainees must attend weekly meetings with mentors.
- Unlimited access to drop in classes
- 6 hr Teaching and sequencing workshop
- Access to Adjustment and Alignment classes when Nomad Yoga is running Yoga teacher Training’s.
- Access to classes recommended to you by your mentor; when Yoga Teacher Training is running.
Price :$499 usd
About Hoi An
UNESCO World Heritage
Hoi An is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th-19th century and gained recognition as a world heritage site in 1999. The contrast of the ancient port set against the colourful yellow old town provides a picturesque setting.
Hoi An is well known for its colourful lanterns that light up the old town at night. Even the canals surrounding the old town are lit up with floating lanterns. Each month they host a full moon festival where the entire old town turns off all the power and is lit only by lanterns.
The cafés in Hoi An are as diverse and unique as the travellers that pass through this town. You will find an endless array of charming restaurants and coffee shops to discover.
Rural Life & Rice Fields
Outside of the old town, you will find traditional rice paddies with cows and ducks grazing as well as fishermen in the tranquil waterways.
Multiple amazing Sandy beaches perfect for a relaxing day swimming.
For details about our unique 200 hour Teacher Training please read our Handbook.
“Nomad Yoga has become a home away from home for me. The teachers, the students and the staff, who were feeding us delicious vegan meals three times a day, soon felt like family. Lessons were always filled with laughter and joy and we were not only able to deepen our physical practice, but share insights, question beliefs and grow as people. Thank you Nomad for these incredible 4 weeks!” – Fran
“The 200hr yoga TTC course far exceeded my expectations. The fact that the main teacher trained in India gives the course a traditional feel, and having it based in Hoi An provides a relaxed atmosphere. It was the perfect balance of challenging and fun. The food was delicious, my class mates were delightful, and the yoga lessons have increased my strength and flexibility to a level that I could have never reached on my own. I thoroughly recommend doing your teacher training at Nomad.” – Alida