Yoga Instructors Course


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Course Details

Who should attend?

  • Those who wants to have a deeper knowledge of yoga through Asanas (postures), Pranayamas (breathing techniques), Kriyas (cleansing techniques), the essence of Yogic Literature and Philosophy
  • Current yoga practitioner who are keen on understanding their postural alignments
  • Those who are keen to teach yoga

Eligibility: O/N-Level Secondary School Pass or Higher

Duration: 200hrs

  • Theory and Contact Practical classes (120hrs) + Fieldwork (80hrs) = 200hrs

Fees Description:

  • Registration Fees: S$250 per person
  • Course Fees: S$2,399 per person

Venue of School

  • 14D Jalan Masjid, #01-01 Kingston Terrace, Singapore 418935

Certifying School of Yoga

  • Indian Institute of Patanjali Yoga Affiliated to Swami Paramhansa Samsthana
 (Under section 44 of MPR act. 1973 05/26/01/0897/10. Govt. of India)
  • Yoga Alliance, USA, a research based holistic organization 
(An International Yoga Schools Accreditations Organization from USA)


  • Weekday (Monday to Friday)
    • Morning batch – Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday: 11am to 2pm
    • Evening batch – Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays: 7.30pm to 10pm

Course Syllabus:

Title of Topics Units
Introduction to Yoga and its Streams
  • Yoga its origin, meaning, definition, misconceptions and happiness analysis
  • Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Karma Yoga
  • Unity in Diversity
  • Kriyas, Mudras and Bhandas
  • Introduction to Astanga Yoga
  • Yoga in the fields education, management, arts, music sports, physically, mentally and socially deprived persons and for personality development, yoga research
  • Yoga and meditation according to Bhagavadgita, Hatha yoga and Patanjali Yoga sutra
Introduction of Anatomy & Physiology and Their Applied Aspects on Yoga
  • Basic introduction to anatomy
  • Basic introduction to physiology
  • Applied Anatomy & Physiology of Yoga (Introduction)
Introduction of Adhija & Anadhija Vyadhi (Pathogenesis and Reverse Pathology by Yoga)
  • Adhija & Anadhija vyadhi
  • Role of stress with relation to the disorders
  • Introduction of Pscho-Somatic disorders like DM, obesity, etc, and their Yogic management research evidences
Special Technique
  • Techniques of Yogic therapy (introduction for specific disorders) and shad chakras
Teaching Techniques (Theory)
  • Classroom arrangement
  • Eight step procedure of teaching of yoga asanas, Kriya, Pranayama, etc
  • System of presentation, demonstration
Teaching Techniques (Practical)
  • Classroom arrangement
  • Eight step procedure of teaching of yoga asanas, Kriya, Pranayama, etc
  • System of presentation, demonstration
Breathing Practices
  • Standing – hands in & out, hands stretch and ankle stretch breathing
  • Sitting – tiger, dog rabbit and shashankasana breathing
  • Prone – bhujangasana and shalabhasana breathing
  • Supine – straight leg raise breathing
Loosening Practices
  • Standing – simple or slow jogging, backward jogging, forward jogging and side jogging. Front & back bending, side bending and twisting
  • Supine – pavana muktasana kriya (leg rotation, rocking and rolling)
  • Standing Postures: Ardha kati cakrasana, Trikonasana, Parivrtta Trikonasana, Parsva konasana, Ardha cakrasana, Pada hastasana
  • Sitting Postures: Vajrasana, Sasankasana, Supta vajrasan, Pascimotanasana
  • Prone Postures: Bhujangasana, Salabhasana, Dhanurasana
  • Supine Postures: Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Halasana, Cakrasana, Viparita karani
Breathing Practices and Pranayama
  • Purification – kapalabhati
  • Bhastrika
  • Sectional breathing – abdominal, thoracic, clavicular and full yogic breathing
  • Balancing pranayama – nadi suddhi
  • Cooling pranayama – sitali, sitkari and sadanta
  • Laya pranayama – bhramari
  • Nadanusandhana – A, U, M and A-U-M chanting and Om meditation
Om and Cyclic Meditation
  • Om meditation, Cyclic meditation, Relaxation Techniques – IRT, QRT and DRT
Devotional Session
  • Bhajansa, dhuns, namavalis
  • Prayers of yoga sessions
  • Jala neti, sutra neti and vamana dhauti
  • Trataka
Practicum (Instructor)
  • Leading the whole class and teaching hourly session under supervision of Yoga Teacher
Non-class Contact Field Work (80hrs)
  • Teaching Technique:
    • Eight step procedure of teaching of yoga asanas
    • Cleansing techniques – Kriyas
    • Work report/teaching at least 10 asanas by the students
  • Yoga Games and Championship (Yoga Olympiad)
  • Innovative Yoga
  • Innovative Yoga Class – planning, execution, teaching
  • Report: Writing of report/Skit presentation by the students on the theme of yoga


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