YTT Course 100 hr

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100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Thailand

Deepen your practice and expand your knowledge of yoga! Marina Yoga is a certified Yoga Alliance school.

Hundreds of students successfully pass intensive teacher training courses each year to receive a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certificate.

At Marina Yoga, you will study, practice, and immerse yourself in yoga within the beautiful natural setting of the jungle, limestone cliffs, and scenic beaches in Krabi, Thailand. You will embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth!


This 100 hour Yoga Teacher Training module is designed for those seeking a 200 hour teaching qualification, who cannot get away for a full four week 200 hour program. The modular approach will enable you to have a two-week immersion in yoga practice and theory which will contribute to your eventual qualification as a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) upon completion of the second module. The certification is in Hatha yoga.




  • 100-hour YTT curriculum
  • Certificate of completion of the first half of the training required for Yoga Alliance recognized certification
  • Art of teaching, theory, and practice of yoga
  • Fundamentals of meditation, pranayama, Ayurveda, healing, and Chakra system
  • Scientific understanding of the body and Reiki workshop
  • Yoga philosophy, anatomy, and methodology
  • 13 nights accommodation
  • Daily meals



  • Hatha
  • Kundalini
  • Vinyasa
  • Yin
  • Restorative
  • Ashtanga


  • 13 days with instruction in English
  • Spoken languages: English, Deutsche, (some) Thai
  • The maximum participants in the group is 12
  • Airport transfer available: Krabi Airport

Are there any prerequisites to this course?

Marinayoga welcomes all ages and levels of ability.
There are no prerequisites for the first module, except a commitment to learning yoga.
A certificate of completion for the first 100-hr module is a prerequisite for the second 100-hr module.

What should I expect from the course?

Marina, along with select teachers, will guide and teach you through:

  • Yoga philosophy, the Eight Limbs of Yoga, Patanjali Sutras
  • Concepts of dharma, karma, yamas and niyamas
  • Anatomy, philosophy (basics of the skeletal, muscular, respiratory and cardiovascular systems)
  • Subtle energy bodies
  • Yogic life style and nutrition (intro to Ayurveda)
  • Pranayama (breathing techniques)
  • Teaching methodology,
  • Different yoga styles (intro to vinyasa, yin and hatha)
  • Bandhas and mudras
  • Practical yoga and meditation classes (planning and sequencing your practice)
  • The principles of demonstration, alignment, adjustment and modification
  • Yoga ethics (how to be professional)

Each class is thoroughly taught, drawing on the different strengths of the teachers.
You will advance your yoga asana practice and gain a deep understanding of yoga beyond the physical postures.

What will my day look like?

Classes are 5-1/2 days a week (we finish early afternoon on Saturday and take a well-deserved day off on Sunday).
A day during the YTTC 100hr module might look something like this:

7–9am Asana/Meditation
9–10am Breakfast
10am–12pm Lecture (for example: anatomy, philosophy, asana alignment, methodology etc.)
12–2pm Lunch
2–4pm Practice and/ or asana alignment workshop
4–6pm Self-study / visit the market
6–7.45pm Asana practice, observation and meditation
8:00 pm Dinner

*This is a sample schedule and will vary from day to day.

Wednesday is a Silent Day for self-reflection!

What is included?

  • Accommodation (optional)
  • YTT Course 100 hours
  • Marinayoga 200-hour YTT Course book
  • 100hr Module Certificate (for first module); 200-hour Certificate and qualification for Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (RYS200) upon successful completion of the second module.
  • Breakfast (fresh fruit, yoghurt and homemade soy yoghurt, cereal, toast, homemade rye and gluten free bread, coffee, tea). Optional packages are available for all other meals at an additional cost.
  • Unlimited drinking water and tea
  • Wi-fi
  • Weekly cleaning of your room. We practice Karma Yoga all the time
  • (optional) This TTC also offers an opportunity for certification in Reiki Prema Healing, a spiritually empowering course that will nurture your inner healing abilities. The Reiki level one or two course is complimentary with the TTC.

Marina Yoga Thailand Yoga Teacher Training Program



38 contact hours, 25 with primary E-RYTs
Includes asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, mantra, meditation and other traditional yoga techniques.
These hours must be a mix between: analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques and 2) guided practice of the techniques themselves. Both areas must receive substantial emphasis.
Contact hours in this category must be in a dedicated yoga teacher training environment (into which others might occasionally be invited) rather than in classes intended for the general public.


7.5 contact hours, 5 with primary E-RYTs
Includes principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting, instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher, the student’s process of learning, and business aspects of teaching yoga. Although your curriculum may include more than five hours on business aspects of teaching yoga, a maximum of five hours can be counted.


5 contact hours
Includes both human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.). Includes both the study of the subject and application of its principles to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc). A minimum of five hours must be spent applying anatomy and physiology principles to yoga.


10 contact hours
Includes the study of yoga philosophies, yoga lifestyle and ethics for yoga teachers. A minimum of two contact hours must be spent on ethics for yoga teachers. A minimum of 2 contact hours must be spent on ethics for yoga teachers.


2.5 contact hours with primary E-RYTs
Includes practice teaching, receiving feedback, observing others teaching, and hearing and giving feedback. Also includes assisting students while someone else is teaching. A minimum of 5 contact hours must be spent actively teaching (not assisting or observing)


Elective hours are to be distributed among educational categories according to the school’s chosen emphasis (may be contact or non-contact hours).

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