100-Hour Yoga Course 10-day

Yoga Alliance continuing education certificate. Level – Beginners to intermediate

100-Hour Yoga Course

Yoga is a path for bringing your body, mind, and soul into harmony and for exploring the spiritual dimension of your being. Yoga is not only about the asanas (postures); it is the journey towards realizing the Higher Self, the ultimate goal of all life. To achieve this realization, one must master the eight limbs of Yoga: the Yama’s, Niyama’s, Asanas, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and ultimately Samadhi.
These 10 days will be a healing and transforming process, and you will be able to meditate regularly with positive results, and you will be able to share meditations with others.

Dates - Fee: Bali, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui Thailand

Training Dates 2023

Location

Training+Breakfast. No room

AC Standard Single Room

 AC Deluxe 

Single Room

Availability

18 - 27 January  

Koh Samui


€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

12 - 21 February 

Chiang Mai

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

13 - 22 February

Koh Samui

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

6 - 15 May

Koh Samui

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

6 - 15 June 

Chiang Mai

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

6 - 15 July 

Koh Samui

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

1 - 10 August 

Koh Samui

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

1 - 10 September 

Bali

€ 1150

€ 1600

€ 1800

1 - 10 October 

Chiang Mai

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

26 Oct - 4 Nov

Chiang Mai

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

21 - 30 November

Chiang Mai

€ 900

€ 1400

€ 1600

Book 60-days before and receive 10% discount

Highlights of The Retreat

Retreat Fee Includes:

9 Night Accommodation
Breakfast and Lunch
Morning Evening Asana Practice
Pranayama Bandha and Mudra Sessions
Shatkriyas (Yogic Cleaning Methods)
Mantra Chanting, Fire Ceremony
Yoga Meditation Lectures
Yoga Anatomy and physiology
Various Active and passive Meditations
Dance Meditations
Laughter Meditation
Chakra Meditation
Candle Gazing Meditation
Vigyan Bhairav Tantra Meditations (no Sex)

Daily Training Schedule

 

Time

Activity

​​​​6:00 – 8:15 am

Asana Pranayama meditation

8:30- 9:30 am

Breakfast

10:00- 11:15 am

Yoga Meditation Philosophy

11:30 – 12:50 pm

Meditation/Alignment

1:00 – 2:45 pm

Lunch and Rest

3:00 – 4:00 pm

Anatomy / Meditation

4:15 – 5:30 pm

Asana Teaching Practice

5:30 – 7:00 pm

Free relaxing time

7:00 – 8:00 pm

Dinner

8:00 – 9:15 pm

Twice a week Meditation

Day off

Once a week

 

Note – It is a sample schedule. Timing remains the same topics changes as the group progress.

 

Testimonials

The course was fulfilling and gave me more experience in my Yoga practice, study, and self-exploration. I am very grateful for this journey with Advait Yoga.
Sophie, France

Teachers were professional, approachable, sincere, kind, gentle, and knowledgeable. My eyes and world got bigger while being here. Thank you.
Yasna, Malaysia

Training Content

Hatha Yoga: forms the foundation of the physical asana practice. The Training introduces, explores, studying standing poses, sitting poses, forward bends and hip openers, sitting twists, inversions, backbends, hand-balancing, and restorative Yoga. Asana practice develops physical health by stretching, massaging, cleansing the internal organs, and stimulating the energy flow through the entire body.

Asanas: Practicing and exploring Hatha Yoga asanas for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. Practice includes Pavanmuktasana series, Suryanamaskar, Chandranamaskar, Seated, forward bends, twists, abdominal, backbend and inversion asanas will be covered from key verbal cues, alignments, and adjustment techniques. Through beginner and intermediate asanas, the body and mind will prepare to practice the advanced asanas, which will take one’s yoga practice to an advanced level. Daily practice of Hatha Yoga with additional exposure to other styles, including restorative Yoga, will ensure a holistic and deepened Yoga experience.

Meditation: This Meditation Retreat is for those who want to learn or deepen their meditation practice. Advait Yoga has created a unique meditative atmosphere with appropriate facilities for people who wish to learn the secrets of Meditation. Our experienced meditation and Yoga teachers will guide you on your inner journey. If you are a beginner at Meditation, this will be a life-changing experience. If you already practice Meditation, Training will take you to the more profound practice of Meditation. Meditation brings joy, peace, and silence, and regular practice of Meditation reduces stress and keeps the body-mind healthy. Theory and practice of Meditation. We practice following Meditations:

Dance Meditation
Tratak (candle gazing) Meditation
Chakra Meditation
Mindfulness Meditation
Kundalini Meditation
Visualization Meditation
Walking Meditation
Vipassana Meditation
Silent Sitting Meditation
Vigyan Bhairav Tantra Meditations

Pranayama: There are eight pranayamas prescribed in the ancient Hatha texts of Hatha Pradipika:

Ujjayi: Audible warrior breath. Inhale for four counts through both nostrils, and exhale through the left nostril by closing the right nostril with the right thumb for eight counts. Do ten rounds without retention.

Surya bhedana (The Sun Breath). Inhale through the right nostril by closing off the left nostril with the right ring finger for four counts, exhale for 8counts by closing off the right nostril with the right thumb.

Chandra Bhedana: Moon breath. Inhale through the left nostril by closing off the right nostril with the right thumb for four counts, exhale for 8counts by closing off the left nostril with the right ring finger.

After good practice with the breath ratio of 1 inhale: 2 exhale. Bring in retention as 1 inhale: 1 retention: 2 exhale. Apply retention by closing off both nostrils at the end of an inhale, then drop chin to chest, start counting, lift the chin, and release the nostril for the exhale.

Sitali: Cooling breath, Rolling the tongue into a tube and sticking the tongue out, inhale for four counts. Exhale with an audible breath through the nostrils for a count of 8. One can do this breath without retention with a ratio of 1 inhale:2 exhale. 

After good practice with the breath ratio of 1 inhale: 2 exhale. Bring in retention as 1 inhale: 1 retention: 2 exhale. Apply retention by closing off both nostrils at the end of an inhale, then drop chin to chest, start counting, lift the chin, and release the nostril for the exhale.

Sitkari: If you cannot roll your tongue into a tube, practice Sitkari. Close the upper and lower rows of the teeth and place the tongue against the back of the top row of teeth. Inhale for four counts and exhale with an audible breath through the nostrils for a count of 8. One can do this breath without retention with a ratio of 1 inhale: 2 exhale. 

After good practice with the breath ratio of 1 inhale: 2 exhale. Bring in retention as 1 inhale: 1 retention: 2 exhale. Apply retention by closing off both nostrils at the end of an inhale, then drop chin to chest, start counting, lift the chin, and release the nostril for the exhale.

Brahmari: The Humming breath. Sit straight in a comfortable position, with closed eyes and mouth. Inhale with an audible breath and exhale with a humming sound that resonates in the entire skull cavity. Repeat this breath for 11 rounds.

Bhastrika: This is advanced pranayama that needs to be prescribed by an experienced teacher to an advanced practitioner. 

Murcha: This is advanced pranayama that needs to be prescribed by an experienced teacher to an advanced practitioner

Plavini: This is advanced curative pranayama that needs to be prescribed by an experienced teacher

Mantra Chanting: Mantra chanting can heal the body and calm the mind when chanted correctly alone or in a group. Music can enrich the experience of chanting. 

Send Enquiry