100 hour Ashtanga Yoga
Nirvana Yoga Shala | Mysore, Karnataka | City Center
The 100 hours Ashtanga TTC (2 weeks long) is a part of the traditional 200 hours TTC which is 4 weeks long. The course based on the same Module covers the first two weeks or last two weeks of the 200 hours TTC. Divided in to two weeks, the 100 hours course is created for those who do not have time to attend 200 hours at once, or for those who prefer to do the course in a more relaxed way, instead of receiving an intense four weeks long training.
Participant completing the 100 hours TTC course will receive Course completion certification by the school, which does not authorize you to teach yoga classes. when the participant complete the second 100 hours course (last two weeks of 200 hours TTC) and receive a 200 hours Yoga Alliance USA certificate.
Inclusionsinclusive of Yoga TTC, food and accommodation
Any Personal Expense
Wi-Fi/ Internet , Single Bed , Western-Style Bathroon , Hot Water Facility ,
Our training school has met the stringent requirements set by Yoga Alliance UK, demonstrating that our courses are of the highest standard and that our graduates may use the title 'Registered Yoga Teacher' RYT as a sign of quality training.
B.Srinatha has 22 years of experience in teaching Iyengar yoga, He started practicing yoga when he was 12 years. He started learning yoga with Sri Gopalajeeyar. B.K.S. Iyengar and many other senior teachers in India to enhance his knowledge in yoga.
He attended lots of State, National and International yoga championships and won lot of gold, silver and bronze medal since 1993,
Srinath follows the Iyengar teaching method, which emphasizes systematic instruction in the fundamentals of body alignment in a variety of yoga poses.
His classes are focused on supporting the development of stretching, breathing, relaxing and gradually developing mobility and strength. Through sharing his own experience he brings to his students a holistic perspective on Yoga
Props and hands-on adjustments are provided as needed to promote an increased level of confidence, deeper understanding, and to make the poses more accessible to everyone. Accommodations are made for students with injuries, medical conditions or other special needs.
The key to a successful practice, he feels, is in meeting the physical body’s limitations with peaceful acceptance and moving fearlessly into the possibilities of greater strength and flexibility through patient and persistent practice.
Various Organisations has Awarded him as
“Yagashree” In the year 2002,
“Yaga Chitanya” In the year 2003,
“Chaitanyashree” In the year 2004,
“Yoga Bhushana” and “Dasara Yogasri”in the year 2013
Surya Vatsa is a RYT 200 Ashtanga yoga teacher from Russia. Born to an Indian father and Russian mother, she was lucky to discover yoga at a very young age. Her first formal yoga class was in the year 2000, that was the moment when she fell in love with the practice.
Surya’s second serious brush with yoga was in 2010, when Usha Devi Rathore visited Vladivostok. Usha’s workshop made Surya look at her values again and feel something that was always there inside her – yoga. Finally, she knew that her life would be dedicated to yoga. For all practical purposes she was an ordinary Russian girl, born and brought up in Russia, visiting India frequently as a tourist. But at that moment she began looking at India as her second home. In 2011 Surya was already in Mysore with the main objective of practicing yoga. She joined Mystic school and in 2013 completed Ashtanga yoga TTC.
In August 2013 Surya was back to Vladivostok and started teaching Ashtanga yoga in the Saraswati yoga centre. It continued for over a year, during which she gave many seminars and workshops. Many of the sessions were initiated and organized by the Consulate General of India in Vladivostok.
The feeling of the traditional Ashtanga yoga practice in Mysore is absolutely different from any other and it is impossible to substitute it with anything else. The crave for such practice brought Surya back to Mysore in the end of 2014. She enrolled in MA Philosophy course in the University of Mysore and continued teaching yoga as well as practicing at Mystic school.
Surya teaches people of different levels. In her classes she is happy to see both a novice who has no idea about yoga and a strong practitioner, with whom she can share her third series experience.
He used to work with multinational companies in various fields. He realized that the work which he was doing was by chance and not by choice.
He started to feel that there is something more to life than just getting stuck in a place and getting in a loop. Seeking started from there which led him into the spiritual path and aligned him with healing arts.
Gradually as he started to learn the arts, he realized that he was doing all this by choice. The level of satisfaction and happiness while practicing these wonderful arts was beyond what he thought satisfaction was. He immediately understood that he can only be in this arena of life where he can dedicate himself towards learning, understanding and teaching these amazing healing arts to every individual who knows and wants to know what it is to share loving kindness.
Thai yoga bodywork (Nuad Bo Rarn) is also referred to as “Meditation in Movement”; with the beautiful flow of the movement during the bodywork, the mind disappears. You will be, but there will be no mind in it, the state of no-mind will give you the glimpse of Inner Mountain. Inner Mountain School of Healing Arts, based in Bangalore conducts certification courses in Thai Yoga Bodywork and Toksen at pristine locations in Bangalore, Mysore and HD kote near Kabini river.
IMOSHA assists individuals, trains spa staff, wellness centers, gyms, fitness instructors, personal trainers, yoga teachers and practitioners of various healing arts to deliver the bodywork and spread awareness about the benefits of such profound healing arts and bring a sense of wellbeing to the recipient and self. Imosha also works towards creating job opportunities for the visually challenged in the field of bodywork and this is taught without any fees.
Stella from South America, Since 2004 she spent 10 years learning about Andean Ethnobotany Shamanism with different Shaman masters from Peru, Colombia and Mexico. In 2013, she received initiation in Munay Ki.
During the years of Andean shamanism practice, she also had personal transformation experiences by fasting, traveling induced by sounds of drums, lucid dreams , holotropic breathing (by Stanislav Grof), silence diet, meditation, gem therapy, circles of women, circle of voices, Reiki, Yoga and Ayurvedic massage.
After some year in the practice of Hatha Yoga.
In January 2015, she become in Yoga Siromani in Sivananda Ashram. Later, she completed her second Teacher Training in Yoga & Traditional Tantra, 200 H certified by Yoga Alliance.
She also did a Certified training up to 400 hs, 3 months Course in Ayurveda, Abhyanga, Padaghata, and Unmardhana Massages in South India.
From 2015, is living in India, working and Teaching Munay Ki, Reiki, Ayurvedic massage, Mudras, Mantra chants, Kirtans and Yoga.
Abhi holds master Degree in Physical Training and he has been teaching since 8 Years Exercise Physiology, Anatomy Kinesiology and Bio Mechanics, Fundamentals of Health and Fitness, Sport Training (GTMT), Principles and Practices of Management.
He is Founder of RE3 Command Fitness, The Next Step – Cynthia’s Dance Studio.
How to Reach
- Closest Airport
- Mysore Airport
- Closest Railway Station
- Mysore Junction Railway Station
- Traveling by Road
- Mysore Airport, also known as Mandakalli Airport, is an airport serving Mysore, a city in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is located near the village of Mandakalli, about 10 kilometres south of Mysore