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We will be rolling out our 200 hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training soon. We also understand you might have questions before attending our teacher training and we hope this article will help you!

To be able to attend our Hatha Yoga Teacher Training, you would preferably have at least six months of consistent yoga practice. Hatha yoga is the foundation of all yoga styles and you will be learning all the classical yoga asanas.

Our teacher training is not only aimed at yoga practitioners looking to teach, but also those who are looking to deepen their practice, or to share it with their friends. The root of Hatha Yoga is a spiritual practice, but it is not specific for any religion. Hatha yoga can be practiced by all religions and spiritual paths as a way to align the body and calm the mind.

Course materials will be provided in our Hatha Yoga Teacher Training. However, we will also recommend some reading materials, which you have to purchase on your own if you are keen to further explore the topics. We accept students of all age range as yoga does not discriminate against any age. We are never too young or too old to learn, what matters is our sincerity.

Besides having a regular yoga practice, there is no other pre-requisite for you to sign up for our teacher training except for a good attitude and the willingness to learn and experience.

Please make sure that you are able to attend all sessions of the teacher training. If you are not able to make it for certain hours, please speak with our instructors. Our 200 hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training certification is recognised by Yoga Alliance, a professional organisation that provides support services for yoga and yoga teacher certification. Yoga Alliance also maintains a registry of yoga schools to recognise yoga teacher training programmes that meet the 200-hour and 500-hour standards.

Check out this page for an update on our upcoming 200 hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training.


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