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Join the world's only yoga teacher training offered in collaboration with a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in the tiny Himalayan republic of Nepal. The training, offered by Heather Elton with Mahalaya Retreats, provides top-quality 200 hours Hatha and Vinyasa teacher training certification, and brings you to the place where the founder of Tibetan Buddhism attained enlightenment.
The course will be taught by leading international teachers Heather Elton, Emil Wendel and anatomist Andrew McGonigle, with special teachings from Rinpoche Pema Nangdrol, and invites students to live within a Tibetan monastery complex, with daily practice and study in the temple overlooking the rice paddies of the Kathmandu Valley—dwarfed by the awesome Himalayas and under the inspiring presence of Neydo’s 36-foot Buddha.
Certified by Yoga Alliance, this Vinyasa/Hatha 200-hour TTC will offer the highest levels of training in teaching, philosophy, anatomy and deep personal practice, and is a unique opportunity to study in the Kathmandu Valley where students will also visit some of Nepal’s most sacred temples, stupas and sites.
This Level 1 training provides an overview of different aspects of yoga. It’s designed to give you a taste of what it means to be a yoga teacher and practitioner. By the end of the training you will:
For more information about Mahalaya’s Vinyasa & Hatha 200hr yoga teaching training course in Nepal with Heather Elton, email us at email@example.com or visit the website: https://www.mahalaya-nepal.com/programs/yoga-ttc-nepal-with-heather-elton/
Our unique programme truly gives you the knowledge, technique and confidence to share Yoga. The combination of in-class contact hours and pre-course reading totals 200+ hours, for which 200 hours will be accredited by the Yoga Alliance 200 RYS Teacher Training programme. Graduates are eligible to register as RYT 200s.
Sample Daily Timetable
6:00 – 7:15:Pranayama and meditation
7:30 – 10.00:Asana
10:00 – 12:00:Brunch
12:00 – 12:30:Short Teaching
12:30 – 14:30:Philosophy
14:30 – 15:00:Break
15:00 – 18:00:Yoga Clinic
18:00 – 19:30:Dinner
19:30 – 21:00:Evening program (Films, Satsang, Readings or Yoga Nidra)
Note: This is a sample schedule and will vary according to the specific programme of each day. Sundays are free each week.