Yoga Teacher Program Sri Lanka (200 hour)
A Unique and Effective Combination!
Our 4-week residential 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Sri Lanka is accredited with Yoga Alliance International (YAI). The training covers theory and practical applications to all aspects of yoga. It was designed to make students confident and effective in yoga instruction, therefore it is taught in small classes (10 participants max). Along with your yoga teaching, you will be able to give hypnotherapy sessions to address a wide range of stress-related psychological and psychosomatic ailments and help those who wish to overcome self-destructive habits like smoking. You will learn to conduct individual and group Self Hypnosis workshops, too. Suitable for beginners to advanced students and teachers.
We are offering the Yoga Teacher Program in one of the most beautiful landscapes South Asia has to offer. The garden of our venue leads straight to the beach, where the sound of the waves will calm your spirits and give you the focus you need.
Hikkaduwa is located 100 km south of Colombo, Sri Lanka´s capital city. Once a small village that was inhabited exclusively by fishermen and women, the place got known for it´s beautiful coral reefs and beaches and alternative tourism started to flourish. Snorkeling and surfing are only two of several fascinating activities there are to do at Hikkaduwa.
The Yoga Teacher Program´s Curriculum
The Yoga Teacher Program Sri Lanka will teach you how to confidently teach Yoga Asana, Pranayama, meditation, Kriyas, Mudras, Mantra, Yoga Philosophy, and hypnotherapy among others. The first course will take place in Hikkaduwa.
July 16 – August 12, 2017
July 8 – August 4, 2018
The Hikkaduwa Ocean Vew Cottage
The Hikkaduwa Ocean Vew Cottage is a comfortable and beautiful hotel. The big, shady outdoor area is equipped with a pool and leads directly to the beach. Free wifi is available in all public areas.
Hikkaduwa is located 100km south of the country’s capital, Colombo. The area is well-known for its coral sanctuary and has long been the most popular diving and surfing area in Sri Lanka.