Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training
Certified 200hrs. Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training,
by Beatrice Savaris & Moena de Jong
START MARCH 2021
Join us for this certified 200-hour yoga Teacher Training program!
We will dive into the deep exploration of yoga from the most practical and logical aspects to the mystical wonders. This qualified and registered training program will enrich your own life and the communities you desire to share it with. If you want to become a knowledgeable and authentic yoga teacher or if you want to deepen your yoga practice on both physical and philosophical level, this outstanding training program will spark positive transformation in your life.
Our training has been mindfully created by international yoga teachers Moena de Jong & Beatrice Savaris. You will work hard, deepen your practice, and explore your life’s purpose. You will gain all the tools to become a knowledgeable and effective yoga teacher or to deepen your personal practice.
Seriously the best decision I made in the last 10 years 🙂 I’m super happy with the training!
I’m not sure you know how much it does mean to me to have been part of this.
Is this program right for you?
Our registered 200-hour training does much more than deepen your yoga practice and help you develop as a teacher; it is a program intended to inspire transformation in your life. Through the study of asana, pranayama, lifestyle philosophy, ayurveda, anatomy and beyond, watch the changes unfold on and off your mat!
This program is suitable for any level of student. However, we do advice to have a self-practice of at least two times a week for at least two years. Our yoga style of focus is that of Vinyasa, however, the tools gained will be transferable to many styles of yoga.
After graduating from this Teacher Training (passing a written and practical exam), you are eligible for a Yoga Alliance Certification RYT-200 (Registered Yoga Teacher).
The amazing groups of
MOENA DE JONG
Practicing and teaching yoga is an art, connecting to the heart.
Moena teaches her classes the same way she loves to receive lessons: welcoming at all times, open to positive, transformative experiences. Aside from your unique individual experience of feeling more open and gaining a broader perspective of your possibilities, you feel the magic of a group synergy as the energy in class is uplifting.
As much as Moena has a razor blade sharp eye for Alignment she loves the fluidity of music that flows organically with the movements. As she has a passion for the Sanskrit language, she also has a lifetime love relationship with Mantra’s.
Her quality is to make all unique and different individuals feel welcome and connected. Dare to be different and radiate in your weirdness is her biggest source of inspiration.
Germany-born but raised in Italy, Beatrice is coming from a design and communication background; creativity and curiosity have always been her life motive.
She discovered yoga in a period of massive change where finally she found herself grounding back into the yoga mat. In 2012, Beatrice completed Baron Baptiste Level 1 and 2 with Baron Baptiste, himself. Over the last years, she has traveled around Europe to expand her knowledge attending workshops with many teachers such as Kathryn Budig and Tiffany Cruikshank. Beatrice also supplemented her studies with a Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga teacher training in order to fully help women in these precious stages of transition and development.
Beatrice’s mantra is “let it be” – this means living a life without attachment to fully exist in the present moment. Allowing people, situations, yourself just being as they are – cultivating acceptance, instead of using energy to try to change them. Beatrice is a advocate of using energy to plant seeds for happiness in all its meanings.
Teaching & Self-practice
During this training you will gain all the tools to become a knowledgeable, authentic and effective yoga teacher. We also believe in the importance of a steady self-practice. As you practice, you will open your mind and your heart and this will bring you to higher states of awareness. From practicing, you will learn and understand your own body and will then be able to teach others.
You will learn
○ The art of teaching
○ Sequencing and theming
○ Join a minimum amount of yoga classes during the training
○ Observe a minimum amount of yoga classes during the training
○ Work with other students on teaching assignments
○ Life Integration of the practice of yoga
We will explore the physical body in a very practical way and will stimulate visual and active learning. Learn how the body moves and how to adapt a practice for various physical particularities. An understanding of anatomy can also greatly transform your personal practice.
You will learn
○ Introduction to the anatomy of the human body
○ Physiology of the human body
○ Muscular-skeletal system
○ Nervous system
○ Respiratory system
○ Functional Anatomy: how body movements relate into postures
○ Reading bodies
○ Modifications in postures
○ Common injuries and other physical constraints
○ Understanding proper use of props and modifications
Asana & Bandhas
Asana, defined as “seat,” is the physical practice of yoga. Discover how to create a balance of effort and ease (sthira sukha) within every posture through the use of proper alignment, pranayama, bandhas, and intention.
You will learn
○ Healthy alignment
○ The physical and spiritual effects of bandha’s
○ How to assist and adjust students in a pose
○ Common injuries
○ How and when to make postural modifications
○ Benefits of a posture
○ Modifications and beneficial postures for prenatal students
○ Hands-on assists and adjustments
We will introduce you to the subtle bodies, helping you to understand the benefits of yoga.
You will learn
○ The Chakra System
○ Development of physical, intellectual, & emotional intelligence
Pranayama & Meditation
Pranayama can deepen an asana practice, be used as a tool for dealing with depression and anxiety, and can be beneficial in many other circumstances off the mat.
You will learn
○ About the muscles that aid the respiration process
○ The background and theory of pranayama
○ How and when to practice various pranayama techniques
○ How and when to teach these techniques
○ Several meditation techniques
○ Research how meditation works within the brain by diving into research studies
○ Establish and maintain a regular meditation practice
Throughout this program, some of the philosophies relating to yoga will be explored through discussions, experiments, reading, and writing. Additionally, we will dive into practical philosophy as it relates to your practice, teaching, and life off the mat. Challenge your reductive views of self and other, inspire inclusivity in your life, and invite transformation of thought and action.
You will learn
○ History of yoga
○ Styles of yoga
○ Discuss Yoga Sutras of Pantanjali
○ Discuss the first 6 chapters of the Bhagavad Gita and discover how to translate them into your yoga off the mat
○ Study the eight-limbed path of yoga
Communication, Marketing & Business
As a teacher you will have a different relation with students than when you are a student yourself. Effective communication on and off your mat will help you filling in this new role. Moreover, it can also help you build a loyal group of students around your classes. Since you study to become a teacher learning about the business side of teaching will help you grow as a professional.
Yoga & Pregnancy
Learn how to manage pregnant students in a Vinyasa class by understanding the pregnancy stages, what to do/not to do, asana modifications etcetera.
The word “Ayur” comes from the Sanskrit word “Ayuh” meaning life and “Veda” can be translated as wisdom or knowledge. So basically, Ayurveda means “the knowledge of life”. In its essence Ayurveda provides you with the knowledge of who you are and how to live your life in harmony. For this you need to understand your own mind-body personality (dosha) and Ayurveda gives you the key to this understanding. On top of that, it is the first ever recorded system of healing the physical, mental and energetic body. Fundamentally, it is giving each individual the personal tools to live a balanced and fulfilled lifestyle.
Moena and Beatrice mindfully created this training and improved it over the years. After the introductory weekend you will engage in a week long training. After this intensive week you’ll have a few weekends off after which we pick up in the successive weekends.
Daily : 09:00 – 17:45 hrs except for March 20 and 21st (from 16.00 – 20.30hrs)
Lunch break 1 hour (lunch is not included)
Starts 6 March 2021
Training days 2021
March : 6 & 7
March : 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
March: 20 & 21 (these two days only from 16.00 – 20.30hrs)
May : 1 & 2 | 8 & 9 | 22 & 23
June : 5 & 6 | 19 & 20 | 26 & 27
July : 10 & 11 | 17 (exam day)
Graduation ceremony tbc
Additional days – practice teaching skills
These 4 days are additional days and are not obligatory. On these days you can practice your teaching skills under the guidance of a teacher.
– Saturday 10 April 14.30 – 17.30hrs – with Veronica Vecchi
– Saturday 15 May 14.30 – 17.30hrs – with Laura Schomaker
– Saturday 29 May 14.30 – 17.30hrs – with Veronica Vecchi
– Saturday 3 July 14.30 – 17.30hrs – with Laura Schomaker
Your total investment for the Yin Teacher Training depends on the pricing option you select. These prices do not include VAT, nor will this be added, since TULA is a registered vocational institute at CRKBO.
Early bird : € 2.100,-
⤿ paid before 31 Dec. 2020
Regular : € 2.300,-
⤿ paid before the start of the training
Discount on class card
During the length of your 200-hour Vinyasa Teacher Training we offer you a 20% discount on a 5, 10 or 20 TULA class card.
In every training we have one spot for a class assistant. An assistant helps the trainer with preparing the room for every training day, and to make sure the room and studio are neat when the training day is finished. As class assistant you receive a 20-class card (€230) in exchange. If you’re interested to become the assistant please send us an email.
your 5 steps to start this teacher training
1. Carefully read the terms & agreements
2. Fill in the registration form online
⤿ You’ll receive a confirmation and invoice
3. Complete the (deposit) payment to secure your spot
⤿ You’ll receive a confirmation
4. You will receive more detailed practical information about the training
5. Start studying the reading material
Since the capacity of TULA trainings is limited we advise to apply early.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Want to learn more about the training in person?
Please join one of the FREE introduction sessions with Moena & Beatrice in the studio » Intro sessions
After this training, will I be ready to start as a yoga teacher?
When you’ve completed this training and have received the TULA certificate we trust you to be a capable yoga teacher. You’ve learned all the basic principles to provide a wonderful class, so you’re ready to teach. However, if this is your first training you will notice that there’s so much more to learn that doesn’t fit into one 200hour training. Therefore you can see your first training as a strong foundation to build on.
How many training days may be missed?
Of course we prefer you don’t miss a day, but if it happens you may miss two training days. When you miss more you can choose to book private yoga classes with the lead trainers. When you’ve missed to many days you can’t receive a certificate.
How much study time can I expect?
Besides the training days and joining yoga classes you may expect about 4 hours of studying per week.
I don’t think I want to become a yoga teacher, is that okay?
It certainly is. Usually halve of the participants join this training to strengthen and deepen their own practice. That’s totally fine. It will give you great personal insights as well, besides all the yoga information.
How can I know if this yoga teacher training is right for me?
We always advise to join one of the free introduction sessions at TULA, but also at other yoga studios. It’s very important that you feel a connection with the teacher(s) and the studio. If the feeling is not right you won’t enjoy the full potential of the training. We wrote a blog article about choosing the right yoga teacher training (in Dutch) that might be helpful > blog
Starts 3 October 2020
Training days 2020
October : 3 & 4 | 10 | 17 | 31
November : 7 & 8 | 21 & 22 | 28 & 29
December : 12 & 13 | 19 & 20
Training days 2021
January : 9 & 10 | 16 & 17
February : 6 & 7 | 20 & 21
March : 13 |
March : 27 & 28 » Exams
» » Graduation day : t.b.c.
Saturdays & Sundays : 09:00 – 17:45 hrs
Lunch break : 13:00-14:00 hrs.
(lunch is not included)
What others say about this training
Judith (2019) “I loved the commitment and personal approach of the teachers (who are like the sun and the moon, both giving their different takes on yoga, which enriched my teacher training), I loved the dynamic of our heartwarming group, laughing and crying our way to becoming a yoga teacher.”
Sarah (2018) “Van oktober 2017 tot april 2018 volgde ik de Vinyasa Teacher Training bij Tula. De training was super goed opgezet en de docenten hebben een bak aan ervaring en kennis. Wat mij betreft is deze training de perfecte basis voor als je yoga docent wilt worden of meer wilt weten van yoga.”
Noortje (2018) “Na een aantal fijne yogalessen bij Tula, heb ik ook mijn teacher training hier gedaan. Mijn keus voor Tula heb ik vooral gemaakt vanwege de focus op anatomie en de juiste uitvoering van yoga poses, maar ook vanwege de sfeer in de studio’s. Tijdens de training is ook veel aandacht besteed aan een eigen stijl als yoga teacher en is ervoor gezorgd dat we het zelfvertrouwen kregen om les te gaan geven. Dit had ik aan het begin van de training echt niet verwacht! Ik heb geen moment spijt gehad van mijn keuze en ben hartstikke tevreden over alles wat Tula mij geleerd heeft 🙂 Dankjulliewel!”