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Deepen your practice with our Hatha / Vinyasa and Yin yoga workshops and Teacher Training Courses in Goa, India and Kraków, Poland


Group classes are a great way to keep your yoga practice regular and share your experience with others. But if you want to deepen your practice in a particular type of asana, vinyasa, yin yoga, pranayama, meditation or learn about anatomy, physiology or the history of yoga, workshops and courses will help you take your practice to the next level.

We encourage you to travel to India - the birthplace of yoga, for a more genuine experience of learning.

We specialize in Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin yoga styles, as well as in yoga anatomy and somatics (bodywork and movement methods that focus on internal physical perception and experience).


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Yoga Alliance accredited International Yoga Teacher Training Courses (TTC) in Goa, India and in Kraków, Poland.


Our International Teacher Training Courses (TTC) in India or in Poland are approved by the most most popular international organization Yoga Alliance. The accreditation combined with our extensive, international teaching experience give you a guarantee that you are making a wise investment in your qualifications. Please use the contact form to instantly receive the syllabus and prices. We currently offer four kinds of TTC: 


  • RYT200 Foundation TTC in Hatha / Vinyasa Yoga - 200h. This course prepares you to start teaching yoga (asana, pranayama, meditation) in a safe and engaging way to a broad range of students.

  • RYT300 Advanced TTC in 5 Elements Yoga (Yin, Somatics, Vinyasa, Pranayama, Mindfulness) - 300h (only for graduates of a RYT200 course from any school). Unique course which blends Yin and Yang yoga styles that will make your own practice more complete and enhance your career by enabling you to offer diverse yoga styles to your students.

  • Prenatal (Pregnancy) Yoga Teacher Training (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher, RPYT)  (preparing you to teach safely yoga to pregnant women, for RYT200 graduates from any school) - 85h

  • Continued Education course: Yin Yoga Teacher Training (YACEP) and other specialty courses (see below).

This opens our graduates doors to a truly global career as a yoga teacher. Read a blog where our students share their career paths after graduating from our courses. You can also watch video testimonials about our yoga teacher training courses here.

Our courses are for you if you:

  • wish to share yoga practice with others

  • love working with people

  • are independent and wish to be able to sequence your own classes

  • want to learn about practical anatomy to make sure your teachings are safe and beneficial

  • love to meet people from different life paths and nationalities who are passionate about yoga

  • explore non-physical aspects of yoga such as pranayama and meditation

  • reflect on your life’s purpose and your behavior via classical yogic scriptures

  • develop an engaging personal practice for a healthy body and peaceful mind

  • begin or develop an exciting career and turn your passion into a profession

This is what you get when you decide to study with us:


  1. Focus on quality: 100% experiential learning of all taught concepts and techniques of traditional yoga. We don’t let you blindly rely on our words or the words of ancient scriptures – the course is based entirely on practical assignments which lead to personal experiences. The theory and philosophy of yoga are carefully selected to deepen your own practice and help you form your own opinion about some key modern concepts and debates in yoga. We don’t want to train your memory or convince you to stiff doctrines. We provide diverse, but not exhaustive theory and philosophy training.

  2. Small batches (7-10 students in most locations) and over 300 graduates from all over the world.

  3. All training hours with Lead trainers, while most TTC programs offer only a fraction of classes with E-RYTs.

  4. We will share with you the cutting-edge scientific discoveries in anatomy and research on yoga, so that you can work with human bodies in a responsible way. We don’t require that you learn anatomical terms by heart – we have developed a totally practical module which will be indispensable in your daily practice.

  5. International E-RYT faculty with a combined experience of over 20,000 teaching hours and a range of backgrounds. We will give you exposure to diverse yoga traditions and styles in which we are experienced, such as: Hatha Yoga (Bihar School of Yoga, Shivananda, S-VYASA, etc.) Vinyasa, Power Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Yoga with Props, Acro Yoga etc. We believe in a human-centric approach to yoga where the individual comes before brand names and dogmas. That's why we blend the best of these traditions in our methodology. We ensure that you have a complete knowledge of all authentic yoga practices such as pranayama, mudra and meditation, not just asana.

  6. We want you to inspire your students to transform their lives. We will give you tools which will help you discover that spark of inspiration inside you. Listen to your own story first, before you can open your eyes and ears to the stories inside your students.

  7. Our 200 and 300 RYT courses are suitable for people who value independence in designing their personal practice and creative classes. There is substantial information in the course which will require your full focus during the training. Therefore, we do not offer weekend/part-time courses.

  8. We offer yoga teacher training courses in South India - the land where modern Hatha yoga was revived. The contact with a tropical climate and local culture will help you live a more authentic and holistic learning experience.

The yoga therapy components of our courses are based on our non-YAR credential or other qualification, not derived from our status as a RYS with Yoga Alliance Registry.

More video testimonials can be watched here and read here.

Yin Yoga teacher training courses and other Continued Education Hours


We also offer complementary courses for yoga teachers, practitioners and people passionate about other mind-body disciplines. When indicated, they are recognized by Yoga Alliance as Continuing Education (CE) Hours for Registered Yoga Teachers.


  • Yin Yoga Teacher Training (30h, YACEP) - introduction to a meditative yoga practice that heals mind and body. This course also constitutes a module of our TTC300 in 5 Elements Yoga.

  • Yoga Therapy Teacher Training (80h, non-Yoga Alliance credential) - a blend of modern psychology and yoga

  • Thai Yoga Massage, Acro Yoga, Vinyasa, Yoga Anatomy etc. - Complementary Courses for Yoga Teachers, Fitness and Pilates instructors, Physiotherapists etc. usually 30-80h, CE.


Please read below for dates and write to us to receive a course syllabus. To learn more about Yoga and Healing, read our text and visit the website o the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Schedule of Yoga Teacher Training Courses Online, in Kraków, Poland and Goa, India


For each yoga course, the dates listed below represent separate, complete batches (you only need to attend one batch) - all residential courses are intensives with about 6-9h of classes a day.

Online (due to COVID-19) - all Yoga Alliance-accredited courses are currently available in a fully online format, as well as in-person courses. You can choose between the two options. All early bird price offers are also extended.

You can follow the course at your own pace from recordings starting from any time - you need to complete all assignments and tests online. If you prefer to join us live, below are the dates:

  • RYT 200h Foundational Yoga Teacher Training Course (Hatha / Vinyasa Yoga) TTC200

    • Online: join any time - from recordings

    • Goa, India: suspended due to COVID  

    • Kraków, Poland: April 8-28, 2024 - in-person 21-days course: daily 7am-5pm CEST

    • Kraków, Poland: July 13 - August 2, 2024 - in-person 21-days course: daily 7am-5pm CEST

    • Warsaw, Poland: - 5 days from video recordings and 15 days across 3 in-person workshops, 5 days each: 1-5/05, 6-10/06, 4-8/07 2024

  • RYT 300h Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course (5 Elements Yoga: Yin, Somatics, Vinyasa, Pranayama, Mindfulness) TTC300 - for graduates of any TTC200

    • Online: join any time from recordings

Intensive daily course, modular participation is possible:

1. Yin Yoga, Myofascial Meridians, Yin Yoga Philosophy: 4 days

2. Anatomy of the bones, muscles, fascia and stretching methods. Alignment and modifications of postures in Vinyasa: 7 days

3. Vinyasa Sequencing, Teaching Methodology, Somatic Yoga: 13 days

4. Pranayama, Mindfulness, Yoga Philosophy: 5 Elements Yoga principles and practice,

Business of Yoga: 8 days

  • Goa, India: suspended due to COVID

  • Kraków, Poland: 10 days online from recordings at your pace plus 15 days of in-person classes: fall 2024

  • Warsaw (Ursus), Poland: 10 days online from recordings at your pace plus 15 days of in-person classes: 8-12 August, 5-9 September, and 4-8 October 2024

  • Yin Yoga Training Course for Yoga Practitioners,  Teachers, Fitness and Pilates instructors, Physiotherapists, 30h, (also a module of the TTC300) YACEP

    • Online join any time - from recordings

    • Kraków, Poland: 30/05 - 2/06 2024: 7am - 4 pm CEST; 

    • Warsaw (Ursus), Poland: 8-11/08 2024

  • Pregnancy (Prenatal) and Fertility Yoga Teacher Training Course, RPYT, 85h (for TTC200 graduates or professionals with equivalent qualifications)

    • Online:  any time - from recordings:


All dates of our yoga courses in Europe and India are published on this site and also here and are always up to date. Please use the contact form to request a syllabus, make your reservation and to transfer the deposit.


We typically offer intensive-format courses because we believe that complete immersion in the yoga practice can bring precious experiences that cannot be attained in part-time or weekend courses. However, yoga is not only about a flexible body, but also about flexible mind! In exceptional cases, we can allow modular participation, i.e. splitting your 200 or 300h training across two or more batches.


We are happy to teach yoga in new locations! Please let us know if you wish to host our training courses in your venue or help us organize one in your area!

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Investment in Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Europe and India


Please use the form to instantly receive information about the investment and to make your reservation and transfer the deposit.


There are many ideas how to raise funds for your yoga teacher training course. E.g. you can find an accompanying person on Internet fora or Facebook groups etc and get a discount. The unemployed can obtain financial aid from their job office (please contact your regional office, in Polish 'urząd pracy'). Also, one of our students raised the entire tuition fee through a crowd-sourcing platform. Also, Polish employees and business owners can obtain funds ("bony") for our yoga training courses in Baza Usług Rozwojowych. More information can be found on the Polish language version of this website.


We can offer accommodation to a limited number of participants!


When comparing the costs of yoga training courses please keep in mind that our batches are very small: a maximum of 8 students per class in Krakow and around 10 in other locations. We strongly believe that an authentic, personal approach to each student is essential and we encourage small groups in all yoga classes. This is how yoga has been taught traditionally. Also, there are not hidden costs: all necessary modules, handouts and certification are included in the course fee.


When you sign up for more than one course with us, you will receive a discount.

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Follow your passion and build a successful global career. To apply for Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Europe and India please use the contact form or fill in this questionnaire. We will answer with booking details.


If you have any questions about the TTC, please use the contact form on this page.

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  • What is the yoga experience I need to join a teacher training course?
    For the TTC200 Foundations course, ideally one year of regular yoga practice in any style of yoga. For the TTC300 Advanced course, a TTC200 diploma from any Yoga Alliance registered school of yoga. You can also join this course with equivalent diploma or experiece, but you will not be able to regstier with Yoga Alliance unless you first complete a TTC200.
  • What is the right age to become a yoga teacher?
    There is no upper age limit. We have had students in their '60 who succesfully completed the training. Eighteen years of age is the lower age limit, although if you obtain parental permission we will consider younger candidates.
  • I am not sure if I have what it takes to become a yoga teacher.
    Yoga teacher is a wonderful profession that is essentially based on building trustworthy relationships with your students. Yoga is a method of achieveing positive change in the lives of people. You will enjoy this profession if you like working with people and would like to enable them to grow in their lives. You will receive positive feedback and recognition from your students. Seeing your students grow is the most rewarding aspect of teaching yoga and will provide you with a sense of purpose on a regular basis. Read our blog where graduates share their experience after completing our courses.
  • Do I need to be flexible to join a yoga teacher training course?
    No. Flexibility or the ability to do certain asanas is not a criterion. Most of us are either naturaly more flexible and therefore need to focus on building strenght, or naturally stronger and need to work on flexilibity more. Yoga teacher is a diverse profession that serves students at all fitness levels and ages. Asanas can be modified to fit various flexibility levels. The practice of yoga is not merely stretching but conscious movement. The yoga we teach includes not only body poses but also pranayama and meditation. You can read our article about flexibility and yoga here
  • Can I join a yoga teacher training course if don't have any experience or education related to yoga?
    Absolutely! In fact, the majority of yoga teachers come from very distant career paths and this is their second profession. Increasingly common are yoga teachers who shifted from the corporate sector at various positions, from HR to engineering. We have also had many students with a background in humanities, commerce etc. Every kind of background is valuable and will enrich your career as a yoga teacher. It will also make you more sensitive to the needs of practitioners from these various professions, so that you can connect to your audiance in a more meaningfull way. Read our blog where graduates share their experience after completing our courses.
  • What is your approach to teaching yoga?
    We refrain from an excessive focus on a ‘handbook’ alignment that is based on straight lines, defined angles and rigidity. We encourage adaptive and spontaneous self-adjustments which can be aided by conscious breathing. We believe that there is no one, ideal version of any posture. Rather, asanas are templates that encourage you to explore the potential of your body, connect to your breath and expand consciousness. The balance of flexibility and strength is the cornerstone of hatha yoga. Therefore, we do not overemphasize stretching that places flexibility as the main goal of yoga practice. We think that yoga props can be of great help, as long as a student is not dependent them entirely and the props don’t over-complicate the practice. We believe everyone should aim at being able to use or forgo props, at any stage of their practice. We incorporate elements of pranayama and meditation into each yoga class. We think that a yoga practice that is purely physical misses the holistic approach that distinguishes yoga from exercise. To read more, visit this page.
  • How long will I take to become a certified yoga teacher?
    The residential TTC200 Foundations course takes 21 consecutive days. After the course, you will need to practice teaching yoga for 20 hours. Once this is done, you can register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher - 200. This is the first certification you need in order to teach yoga with confidence. You can read more about the Yoga Alliance registration path here. Some courses are run in a weekend format, in which case the TTC200 takes about 10 weekends.
  • Where can I see testimonials of your graduates?
    You can read our testimonials section, visit our Facebook, or read the blog.
  • Can teaching yoga be a stand-alone profession?
    Absolutely, this profession can offer both security and independence, depending on your needs. As a yoga teacher you will have a possibility to grow professionally in diverse settings, such as: yoga studios, fitness studios and gyms, institutions and work places, your own group classes, teaching individual yoga sessions, teaching yoga as a complementary method in health care facilities, etc. You can work as a freelancer or on job contracts. However, some people prefer to combine teching yoga with another profession. Read our blog where graduates share their experience after completing our courses.
  • Are your courses only for people who want to become yoga teachers?
    Not necessarily, it's suitable for anyone who wants to deepen their knowledge about yoga asana, pranayama, meditation, anatomy or philosophy of yoga. Also, some people join TTC withouth the intention to teach, but with time they realize it's actually becoming their professional path. It's the positive change in your students that will most likely inspire you to teach, even if it doesn't become your primary profession.
  • Are the online courses equivalent to in-person training?
    Yes, throught 2021 Yoga Alliance has authorised online courses to be fully equivalent. The final diploma doesn't mention the online modality. All assignments and certification are done online via online tests and students submitting videos.
  • Which course should I choose first: TTC200, TTC300 or YACEP?"
    In order to register with Yoga Alliance, you need to first complete the TTC200, then TTC300. Altogether this makes 500 hours of training. You can read more info on the Yoga Alliance website here. You can also join the TTC300 directly if you have done a yoga teacher training or have experience that is equivalent to TTC200, but you will not be able to register with Yoga Alliance. You will still receive the diploma from our school. YACEP courses are continued education courses for people who have completed already a TTC200 course. Again, you can join a YACEP training even withouth a TTC200, but you will not be able to register your credential with Yoga Alliance. You will still receive the diploma from our school. Yoga Alliance is the largest nonprofit association in the world representing the yoga community, with over 7,000 Registered Yoga Schools (RYS) and more than 100,000 Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT).
  • What language are your courses in?
    All courses are in English. For some courses, you may be able to receive the recording of theory sessions in Polish and you can submit all assignments and tests in Polish.
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