In Tyrol, Austria
Sun., 1 – Sun., 29 September 2024
Languages: English and German
Expand your yoga practice and knowledge
at the Sivananda Yoga Retreat House
The four-week Advanced Teachers’ Training Course allows graduates of the Sivananda Yoga Teachers Training Course to further expand their knowledge and practice. You gain a deeper understanding of yoga and strengthen your Sadhana and spiritual life.
Successful completion of the Sivananda Yoga Teachers’ Training Course is a prerequisite for all participants. This course is intensive and sound physical and mental health is required.
Daily: two meditation sessions, two yoga classes, one pranayama class (breathing exercises), three lectures, one hour of service to the ashram community. One day a week is lecture-free.
Swami Sivadasananda, Swami Ramapriyananda, Swami Narayanananda and further senior instructors of the Retreat House with many years of practice and teaching experience.
After successfully passing the exam at the end of the course, students receive the internationally recognised diploma of the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres (ISYVC). The diploma confers the title “Yoga Acharya” (yoga master).
Our graduates can receive an internationally recognized certification through the Yoga Alliance confirming that, in combination with the hours earned in the TTC, they are 500-hour qualified yoga teachers.
The course fees depend on your room category and include examination fee and training manual.
All rates include VAT and are subject to a €1.80 visitor’s tax per person per night, which will be collected at the Retreat House.
There is a reduced price for students and the unemployed with limited number of spaces.
Student ID or unemployment card is required for verification.
|Dormitory (for ladies)||€2,370|
|Shared room (for men)||€2,544|
Prices valid until 30 September 2024
for the Advanced Teacher Training
Online live every other Sunday
5:30 – 6:15 pm
We do our best to make your stay safe. To this end we adhere to the Covid rules that currently apply in Austria.