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4 Jun – 26 Jun 2023
2 Jul – 24 Jul 2023
30 Jul – 21 Aug 2023
27 Aug – 18 Sep 2023
24 Sep – 16 Oct 2023
22 Oct – 13 Nov 2023
19 Nov – 11 Dec 2023
17 Dec – 8 Jan 2024


14 Jan – 5 Feb 2024
11 Feb – 4 Mar 2024
10 Mar – 1 Apr 2024
7 Apr – 29 Apr 2024
5 May – 27 May 2024
2 Jun – 24 Jun 2024
30 Jun – 22 Jul 2024
28 Jul – 19 Aug 2024
25 Aug – 16 Sep 2024
22 Sep – 14 Oct 2024
20 Oct – 11 Nov 2024
17 Nov – 9 Dec 2024
15 Dec – 6 Jan 2025



Based on thousands of hours of experience from all over the world, Ourania and Spyros carefully created and shaped the course to deliver the most educational, life-changing experience. The training is designed to challenge and develop individuals at all levels.

Our 200hr course specialises in Vinyasa Ashtanga Yoga, with a strong focus on the breath and how to combine it with movement.


– Building your confidence, skills and profound knowledge

– Comprehensive understanding of Vinyasa & Ashtanga practice

– Asana analysis & adjustment theory

– Methodology, theory, philosophy and anatomy/physiology

– Insights into basic Ayurveda, nutrition, healing, rejuvenation in relation to yoga practice


Daily, mornings will begin with an hour of pranayama, meditation and mantra chanting, followed by a Vinyasa flow class.

Early afternoons are focused on deep learning of asanas with an emphasis on alignment, adjustments & teaching methodology. You will dive into the theoretical part, studying Yoga Philosophy or Anatomy (alternating days).

The afternoon lessons will be focused on restorative styles of yoga such as Yin, Hatha, Nidra and specialized workshops.

We maintain a very high standard of teaching whilst making our classes extremely fun and interactive. You will have 1 day off per week, usually Sundays where you get to relax or enjoy the surroundings.


07:00 – 08:00PRANAYAMA
08:00 – 10:00VINYASA
10:00 – 11:00BREAKFAST
11:00 – 13:00ALIGNMENT
13:00 – 15:00LUNCH
15:00 – 16:30


16:45 – 18:30WORKSWHOP /



As part of your final examination, you will be required to deliver a 30 minutes Vinyasa flow class to your fellow yogis.


The course will end with a written exam focused on Asana analysis, anatomy and philosophy.


Successful graduates of the course receive an internationally recognized certification by the Yoga Alliance for the 200 hours standard for Registered Yoga Schools (RYS).

We believe that whether one decides to teach or not after the training is of little importance.
This experience will allow you to grow and develop in a physical, mental and spiritual level. It will be a journey inwards and a cornerstone in the ultimate quest is self-realization and self-love. 

Let us all start the process by smiling and not forget to have fun in the process!

Start your journey with us...

We understand that it’s an important decision and there are many contributing life factors, so please do get in touch with us should you have further questions. 

Shared dOUBLE Room

  • 23 nights accommodation
  • 3 meals a day, 6 days a week (excluding days off )
  • Tuition fees
  • Course material
  • Yoga Alliance diploma

private room

  • 23 nights accommodation
  • 3 meals a day, 6 days a week (excluding days off )
  • Tuition fees
  • Course material
  • Yoga Alliance diploma

superior room

  • 23 nights accommodation
  • 3 meals a day, 6 days a week (excluding days off )
  • Tuition fees
  • Course material
  • Yoga Alliance diploma
Our Curriculum

In more detail…

Prana – breath, Yama – control – in accordance with the great yogis, breath equals to energy flow.

Every morning will begin with pranayama classes, where you will have the chance to get grounded, look inwards and set intention and energy for the day ahead. You will practice your breath and gain conscious awareness of your body.

In this class you will learn and practice:

  • Yogic breathing
  • Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing)                   
  • Bhramari (humming bee breath)
  • Ujjayi (the psychic or victorious breath)
  • Bhastrika (bellows breath)
  • Kapalbhati (frontal brain cleansing breath)

Our approach to the traditional style of Vinyasa & Ashtanga, enhanced and refined with the newfound knowledge and information we are blessed to have learnt from years of exploration and practice. This class focuses on analysing and dissecting basic & advanced postures. You’ll learn the correct alignment based on the traditional approach and in line with body mechanics, understand how to offer hands-on adjustments and how to structure them in a Vinyasa class. The teachers will always be present in your practice, observing and providing feedback.

In this class you will learn:

  • Analysis of the 80 postures and more (arm balances, back-bends, and inversions)
  • Modifications, other variations, and advanced variation of all postures
  • Adjustment (physical & verbal) theory and hands-on practice)

You will take a deep dive into the understanding of the human body in today’s modern world, with a focus on the nervous, skeletal and muscular system. You will gain a deep understanding of how these systems work in harmony to create movement and gain the ability to articulate this through your yoga practice, teaching and everyday life.

This class is delivered in a conversational setting. Over the years, we have been able to master the delivery of complex concepts in a fun, interactive and intuitive way.

In this class you will learn and discuss:

  • Introduction to Anatomy and different body systems
  • Analysis of the skeletal system & connective tissue, muscular system and the nervous system
  • Movement analysis of all major joints and muscles and direct application to yoga practice & asanas

We will travel back in time to India and dive deep into the origins of yoga and how it reached today’s modern form. Focusing on philosophical concepts, you will learn how to adapt and apply them to our modern lives. These lessons are held in a conversational format, which enables students to actively engage and explore meanings through their own vision and stories.

In this class you will learn and discuss:

  • History and meaning of yoga
  • The eight-limb path of yoga according to Patanjali
  • Prana, Vayus, Nadis, Chakras, Kundalini
  • The Gunas, Doshas, Introduction to a yogic diet 
  • Mudras, Bandhas (energy locks) and Mantras
  • The meaning of Om
  • Lifestyle and ethics as a yoga practitioner and a teacher

We believe that you begin teaching from the moment you enter our shala. We aim for the lessons to be confidence-building and progressive. You’ll start with one-to-one lessons and gradually moving to bigger groups of students, eventually, you’ll be delivering. Through regular feedback from teachers and fellow students, you’ll improve with practice—gradually finding your unique voice and style as a teacher.

In this class you will learn and practice:

  • Yoga Union Vinyasa structure & principles
  • Practice teaching & receiving feedback
  • Observing others teaching & giving feedback
  • Learn & practice hands-on adjustment
  • Instruction, teaching styles, and qualities of a teacher
  • Voice projection and floor presence
  • Planning and structuring a class
  • Dealing with injuries and safety precautions

The afternoon classes will serve to introduce the students to various styles of yoga, in addition to core course specification. Alternating, you will take part in restorative practice and themed workshops.


To complement your morning dynamic Yang practice, the afternoons will focus on Yin practice. The classes will feature Yin yoga, Yoga Nidra, Restorative, Gentle Hatha.


Asana-related, these workshops will cover handstands, hip openers, fun modules like partner yoga and spiritual immersions such as cacao ceremonies, ecstatic dance, eye gazing and bhakti.

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