This 500 hour Teacher Training is dedicated to the study of the techniques and philosophy of advanced vinyasa practice. There are 4 modules, including a session in Functional Anatomy.

Who can benefit from this course?
Teachers who have already obtained a 200 hour certificate and who are interested in gaining further learning in the subject of teaching yoga at an advanced level of understanding. Students are expected to have your own personal perspective on yoga and be able to devise your own sequences based on the principles of Trispichore yoga.

Course Dates/Time
Module 118 – 24 Apr, 2011: Teaching Beginners and Advanced (Authenticity and degrees of embodiment)
Module 2 29 May – 5 Jun, 2011: Asana versus Vinyasa (including Functional Anatomy
Module 324 – 30 Oct, 2011: Sequencing (Integration of Pranayama and Focus)
Module 411 – 17 Nov, 2011: Orchestrating A Class (Presentation)

Training Venue
70 Lorong Buluh Perindu 4, Taman SA
(off Jln Damansara)

Other Info
Based on Tripsichore yoga techniques (although not exclusively). The 4 modules are separated over several months so that you will have an opportunity to integrate and refine your knowledge through personal practice.

The aim of the course is to produce teachers who are knowledgeable and versatile in vinyasa yoga, and to train up teachers who can be comfortable teaching yoga in different environments, eg health clubs, yoga shalas, ongoing studio classes, retreats and workshops.

Course Fees
Early Bird : RM9,800 (full payment by 18/2/11)
Regular : RM 10,800

For details and registration, please contact:

Vincent Tam: 012-268 3691
Belinda Wong: 012–382 6619
Kevin Chai: 017-363 5852
Bee Chin: 012-383 8648

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One comment for “500-Hour Jiva Yoga Teacher Training Certification Program”



I am interested to further my knowledge in yoga teaching. I have already done my basic yoga background in MAYI up to level 3 (Malaysia Association Yoga Instructor).

Can you please feed me with details regarding
1) Fees structure
2) Course duration
3) Subject syllabus

Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks


October 25th, 2011 at 5:02 pm

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