**Please note that due to Covid-19 we have made some adjustments to our 2020 training program. It is still going forward and our intention is to run this program
in person, however should that not be permitted we are already prepared to take the entire course online.
A yoga teacher training is a wonderfully transformative experience and we are so happy that you are considering embarking on your 200-hour journey with us.
Whether you aspire to teach yoga or deepen your yoga practice this training is for you.
We've created a program that will equip you with the skills and knowledge to teach and practice from an empowered place of authenticity and compassion.
YTT200 Kuala Lumpur
Module 1 - Sept 28th - Oct 9th
Practicum 1 - Oct 10th & 11th
Deadline to apply September 1, 2020
Module 2 - Oct 12th - Oct 23rd
Practicum 2 - Oct 24th & 25th
Deadline to apply September 25, 2020
Monday to Friday
7:15am - 5:30PM
(Sat/Sun OFF except practicum dates)
Our curriculum is made up of four major subjects of practice and study: Asana Practice, Functional Anatomy, Philosophy, and Teaching Methods. These topics are inherently interconnected and each of our daily training sessions are designed to reflect this.
Our training is split into two modules. You can begin with either one as they are not interdependent or, you may attend both concurrently for an intensive experience. You must complete both modules within a year to receive your 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Certification.
Our daily classes will allow you the time and space to deepen and refine your own practice while learning effective teaching techniques to share with your future students.
3 hours each day
Mudras and Bandhas
Sun Salutations and variations
Inversions and transitions
How to start a self-practice
We take a modern approach to our philosophical inquiry. We believe that the origins of the practice of yoga are essential for understanding the roots and intention behind our modern applications of the practice.
History of Yoga
The Yoga Sutras
The Yamas and Niyamas
Mantras and their uses
Nadis, Chakras and the energetic body
Yoga teacher ethics
We practice teaching from Day 1. Whether you are hoping to teach others, or intend to teach yourself via a home practice, here you will learn the ingredients for developing creative and effective full-length class sequences as well as safe postural adjustments.
Art of teaching verbally
Art of Sequencing
Adjustments Do's and Don'ts
Pregnancy and Yoga
Business of Yoga
Teaching Yoga Online
Our study of anatomy and physiology draws on yoga's innate potential to alleviate the physical and mental stresses of our modern daily life. We aim to ensure that the techniques we are teaching in class are safe, effective, and up-to-date.
Our approach and techniques are informed by Nina's two decades of teaching & practice experience, as well as her ongoing study with Yoga Medicine the world's leading authority in anatomy-based trainings.
Anatomical directions and planes of movement
Physiological systems of the body
Major joints, stability and safety
Major muscles, flexibility and strength
Disfunctions, movement limitations, common ailments, injury prevention
The nervous system and mental health
Myofascia and myofascial release
Unique to our program is an additional training in Yin Yoga. Students graduating from our 200 Hours YTT will be able to conduct Yin yoga classes for students of all levels.
1 hour class practice each afternoon
Passive vs. active postures
Tension and compression
Yin Yoga postures
Intro to Chinese Meridian Theory
Your Teaching Faculty
Kylie is the owner and founder of Omology Yoga. She has completed yoga teacher trainings at the 200 and 300 hour level. She is also trained in Yin Yoga.
Known for her strong, creative sequences and complimentary playlists, Kylie created this training in response to a need for sequence-based training curriculums.
Though this training she hopes to provide trainees with the tools to graduate fully empowered in their skills and creativity as yoga teachers.
Anatomy and Physiology
Nina Watson is an International ERYT500 Yoga, Yoga Medicine Therapeutic Specialist, Pilates, Yoga Tune Up® ,Yin, Meditation and Mindfulness teacher from the Netherlands, with more than two decades of teaching experience.
She specializes in teaching one on one private therapeutic sessions, myofascial release and workshops, for both students and teachers. She uses yoga therapeutically based on a deep understanding of anatomy, physiology and the integration of eastern and western methodologies
7:15am-10:30am: Seated meditation and Asana Practice
10:30am-11:00am: Breakfast Break
11:00am-1:00pm: Lectures (Philosophy, Anatomy, Yin)
1:00pm-1:30pm: Lunch (provided)
1:30pm-3:30pm: Teaching Methods
3:30pm-4:30pm: Daily Review and Asana Self-Practice
4:30pm-5:30pm: Yin Yoga Practice
We've decided to do away with the full price for this year's training and maintain the early bird pricing all the way through to the dates below.*
Module 1 - RM4750.00
(due on or before September 27th)
Module 2 - RM4750.00
(due on or before October 11th)
(due upon registration)
**Please note: these rates are only applicable for modules completed THIS YEAR (2020). If you choose to complete your modules next year the usual early bird rates and regular rates will apply.
Certification & Prerequisites
This program is open to all levels of experience, those who wish to teach and those who do not. This training will cultivate an empowered yoga practice and personal evolution through self-discovery, while providing thorough preparation and mentorship for the aspiring yoga teacher.
In order to join this program, we suggest that you have been practicing yoga consistently for a minimum of 6 months. Upon full completion of the program, you will be qualified to join Yoga Alliance as a 200-hour Certified Teacher.