500 Hours: Hersha Yoga is an affiliate school of Integral Yoga and offers advanced yoga teacher training programs to get teachers trained at the 500-hour level. Taking both training programs provide an additional 320 hours of yoga study.
- Integral Yoga Hatha 2: Intermediate Teacher Training (170 hours)
- Integral Yoga Raja Yoga Teacher Training (150 hours)
Integral Yoga’s Intermediate Teacher Training program is a natural next step for teachers who have taken a 200-hour Yoga Alliance-certified teacher training and want to deepen their practice and teaching. This program includes in-depth study of advanced asana using the Integral Yoga method of energy and breath awareness leading the student on an inward journey to experience their true Self.
- The course will prepare you to teach our Hatha II Intermediate class.
- It will focus on deepening your understanding of the science of Hatha Yoga, and how to teach more advanced asana without losing the essential goals of Yoga.
- The program also includes study of the Bhagavad Gita, Anatomy & Physiology, and workshops to deepen your practice.
The course is available to all certified Yoga teachers who have completed a 200-hour Yoga Alliance-certified Basic Teacher Training program. Six months of teaching experience is recommended.
Yoga teachers from other traditions may apply. We require that all teachers not trained through Integral Yoga familiarize themselves with the Integral Yoga method of teaching Hatha Yoga by taking classes from an IY teacher. If there are many applicants from other traditions then an Integral Yoga intensive weekend may be scheduled.
- Split Session Part 1: November 4-12, 2016 – Full-time training with Swami Ashokananda
- Split Session Part 2: May 25 to June 4, 2017 – Full-time training with Swami Ramananda
Raja Yoga Teacher Training is a thorough training in the philosophy and psychology of Yoga through the in-depth study of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. The training provides a balance of study and practice, emphasising public speaking skills and peer support. The focus of the course will be on a detailed study of the most important sutras, but much of the class will focus on showing you how to organise and present public lectures on these topics. We will also discuss the relationship between Yoga and other major scriptures, as well as how they fit into secular beliefs.
This course is open to Yoga teachers who have completed a Yoga Alliance-certified 200-hour Yoga teacher training program. For students who have not completed any Yoga training and still want to learn about the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, please see the Raja Yoga Foundation Course.
Please contact us for enquiries.