100 Hours yoga teacher training

100+Hours Hatha Yoga TTC (YACEP) in Goa, India

This Hatha Yoga intensive program that provides a solid Yoga foundation for those who wish to gain the necessary knowledge and experience to progress on their Yogic journey.

Taught by Yoga teachers with years of experience in the field, this 2-week Yoga program gives insight into traditional  Yoga practices such as Asana (Yogic postures), Pranayama (Breathing Techniques), Mudras and Bandhas (Energy locks), Meditation and other important aspects of the practice of Yoga like yogic philosophy, history of Yoga, Adjustment and alignment workshops, Yoga Nidra, Anatomy of Hatha Yoga or principles of Ayurveda (Traditional Indian Medicine).

This beginners Yoga course for is suitable for those who want to deepen their knowledge and improve their level of practice, already Yoga teachers looking to incorporate Hatha Yoga & Hatha Flow to their classes and to those that for lack of time or other reasons can't complete the full 200Hr Yoga Teacher Training.


There are no specific requirements to join this course and prior Yoga experience is not compulsory to enrol in the teacher training, however, we recommend a regular practice of a minimum of 6 months. Please take into account that the time you have devoted to your personal practice is on the arbitrary standards and you will not be judged in any way for your practice or your knowledge, therefore students of all levels can join the course. Our aim is to prepare you to improve and become proficient in your self-practice.

In order to successfully complete the 100Hr Hatha Yoga Teacher Training, you will be required to attend to all classes. If you cannot meet the attendance requirements of the course you will be given a certificate of participation, but not "completion".


This is a basic but intensive yoga program for those who want to deepen their yoga practice, get to know the history and philosophy of Hatha Yoga, learn Yogic anatomy and understand the influence of asana practice on the human body. This course is especially dedicated to people deepen their practice or who want to start teaching Yoga but don't have the time to join a 4 week Yoga Teacher Training, however, everyone is welcome to join since it'll create a great foundation for those who simply want to become proficient in their Yoga practice. 

Week 1 is an introductory week into the science, philosophy and practices of HATHA Yoga. The focus of this week will be on learning alignments, adjustments and variations of the asana practices, pranayama and meditation techniques with benefits and limitations, traditional Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation), Mantra chanting philosophy and history of Hatha Yoga

The students will also put into practice what they have learnt during teaching methodology classes and have the first contact with teaching during practicums. The first week is designed to create a good physical, mental and theoretical foundation to progress through the rest of the teacher training safely and confidently.

Week 2 is dedicated to Hatha Flow and the principles of Vinyasa Yoga. During this week you will get introduced to the main and most important concepts of modern Hatha Flow and Vinyasa Yoga, how to coordinate movement and breath, how to sequence a professional Hatha, Hatha Flow and Vinyasa Yoga class to respond to students needs, how to modify important asanas and transition between asanas in a safe way to prevent injuries, etc. 

By now the students will have already started learning about Yogic/Ayurvedic Anatomy and Western anatomy, Pranayama practice and Meditation techniques are also an important part of this week as well as lectures and workshops on alignment and hands-on adjustments.

History, Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali (8 limbs of Yoga) philosophy and classical Yoga books like the Bhagavad Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the Upanishads and the Vedas will also be discussed and explained in depth during this 2nd and the following 3rd week of the teacher training.

Our Upcoming Batches

Training Dates Accomdation Action
100+Hours Hatha Yoga 21st October 2019 - 2nd November 2019
Shared stay 4 People Cottage Standard Room Premium Room
990 € 1040 € 1090 € 1140 €
100+ Hours Hatha Yoga 18th November 2019 - 30th November 2019
Shared stay 4 People Cottage Standard Room Premium Room
990 € 1040 € 1090 € 1140 €

What's Included

100-Hour Yoga Alliance Certification

25 Nights Accommodation

Yoga Teacher Training Manual

Nightly Meditation Classes

3 Healthy Indian vegetarian Meals Monday-Friday, and 2 on Saturday

Filtered Drinking Water

Hot Drinking Water


What's Not Included


Visa fees

Airport Drop Off

Saturday Dinner and Sunday Meals


What Our Students Say

Our Trainers

Madhura Bhagwat

José Marquina S.

Yoga Teacher Training Curriculum

- Yogic Philosophy and classical books of Yoga. 
- Meaning, Values and definition of Yoga. 
- Different types of Yoga.
- Origin and history of Yoga.
- Definition of Yoga and its interpretation.
- Four paths of Yoga (Jnana, Raja, Bhakti, Karma Yoga).
- What are Hatha Yoga and its different components?
- Patanjali Yoga Sutras, modifications of the mind, the meaning of OM.
- Lifestyle and ethics for a yoga practitioner and teacher.

- Different styles of Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutations) with root mantra series.
- Different styles of Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutations)
- Hatha Yoga.
- Vinyasa Yoga.
- Restorative Yoga with and without props. (Blocks, Straps, Bolsters, etc.)
- 12 basic Sivananda Asanas.
- Core Principles of Hatha Yoga Practice.

- Modified practices to suit all needs.
- Full health assessment on Asanas.
- Meditative Postures.
- Alignment and Adjustments of Hatha Yoga.
- Practice of traditional concepts Vinyasa.

- Workshops on hip opening, back bending, forward bending, side bending, balancing, twisting, inversions and arm balances Asana (postures).

- Regular guided meditation classes.
- Study and practice of several meditation techniques.
- Techniques of visualization to improve meditation.
- How to use meditation to understand our own nature and that of others.

- Point to point full body relaxation technique.
- Guided Shavasana.
- Minor and major chakra relaxation.
- Deep causal body relaxation.

PRANAYAMA (Science of Breath.)
- What is Pranayama?
- Types of Prana.
- What are Ida, Pingala and shushumna?
- Types of Kumbhaka. - Different types of breathing techniques: Kapalbhati, Nadi Shodhan, Bramhari, Ujjayi, Bhastrika, etc.
- Importance of yogic breathing.
- Role of Kumbhaka and Bandhas in Hatha Yoga.
- Meaning, types and practice of Mudras and Bandhas.

- Study of all traditional Shatkriyas (Yogic Detoxifications).
- Regular practice of Jala Neti and Sutra Neti.
- What are Ida, Pingala and shushumna?
- Importance of practising Shatkriya for the purification of the nadis and achieving the balance between body, mind and soul.

- What is OM?
- What is mantra mean?
- Mantra Chanting and learning to read Devnagiri Script
- Types of starting and closing Mantras for Hatha.
- How to create positive vibration or energy with mantra yoga.

- Includes both Eastern anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs etc.), and Yogic/Ayurvedic anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis etc.)
- Benefits and contraindication of asanas, pranayama and meditation techniques.
- Principles and techniques of Ayurveda and its relation with Yoga.

- Observing, assisting and correcting.
- Teaching in pairs, small groups and big groups.
- Instructions, teaching styles, qualities and responsibility of a yoga teacher.
- Structuring and sequencing a theme based practice.
- Grouping the Asanas as per following types: standing asanas, balances, side bending, forward bending, back bending, twisting, arm balances, inversions, relaxation asanas.
- Sequencing a Hatha, Hatha Flow and Vinyasa sequence.
- Adjustment & Alignment workshops and lectures on "hands on" adjustments.
- Planning and structuring a class.
- Dealing with injuries and safety precautions.