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Yoga 200hrs Traditional Teacher Training


September 23 - 18:00


December 11 - 21:00

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Collective Rising

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Welcome to Award Winning traditional Yoga ashram in Australia. We offer 200hrs TT courses delivered by flexible methods!

Has yoga enhanced your life in even the smallest of ways?Has it made a positive impact, empowering you, and increasing your own sense of being, health, mindfulness, and joy? If so, why not share and inspire others to explore down the yogic path? Help build a stronger and healthier community all around you. Remember, it only takes one person to create big change.

Whether you would like to become a traditional YOGA Teacher or complete the TTC for the purpose of deepening your personal practice this course can be just what you are looking for !

Eka Earth Yoga is an award winning school (3rd year in a row). We offer quality courses delivered by flexible methods.

What makes us different?We offer training in the traditional method; we go deep into the philosophy and teach you the correct alignment principles of yoga postures that the majority of schools do not offer. To top it up, we offer flexible attendance and have the sessions recorded for your convenience in the event that you miss a session.

About the Head Teacher

Heba Ma Hari Geet a yogi, author of Journey Of The Awakening Heart and founder of Eka Earth Yoga and Collective Rising. She has a strong desire to serve and spread the love and knowledge of classical yoga. Heba is a certified 500 hours Yoga Teacher and Therapist who has had the privilege to travel to India on a yearly basis since 2015 to study and teach. She devotes herself to teaching Yoga and guiding seekers of all ages, levels and backgrounds and invests her passion, time and love into caring and supporting her students. Her lifelong goal is to continue offering her teachings which are a result of life-long dedicated spiritual practice and self-development techniques. Heba’s certification in 2015 was not the beginning of her yoga journey. For the past two decades Heba had practiced meditation and continuously studied philosophical texts of yoga and Advaita Vedanta. She is fortunate to have studied with Guruji Dr Omanand, the founder of Parmanand Yoga Institute of Science and Research in Indore and well renowned teachers at Trimurti Yoga in Goa. Additionally, Heba maintains her daily practice and continuous learning by attending classes and various workshops with renown teachers in Australia particularly of the Ashtanga vinyasa method. She considers herself an eternal student as she continues to study under various teachers, in India. Recently she completed an intense teachers training with renown senior teacher David Garrigues. She works as a Guest teacher at Paramanand Institute of Yoga Science and Research, Indore, India.

Breakdown of 200 Hour TrainingHours/Topics of Study

60+ Asana, Pranayama, Meditation20+ Anatomy, Physiology & Ayurveda40+ Teaching/Teaching Practice/ alignment and adjustment 40+ Philosophy, Sanskrit, Chanting, and Yogic Lifestyle20+ Home / Personal Study

Why train with us?Small class sizes (maximum of 8 students) – this allows for optimal one-on-one training, attention, and personalised care for each and every student.140+ contact hours with Lead Trainer (compared to the usual 110 required contact hours).Primarily experiential and practical learning techniques.Wide spectrum of topics covered.Thoroughly trained lead teacher with a broad yoga education and teaching background. We have refined our syllabus, content, and teaching styles to ensure we bring you the very best of what we know, going above and beyond the minimum criteria set for such programs.The study of both Hatha and Vinyasa styles of yoga.Enhancing and challenging your own personal practice.Overall Learning ObjectivesLearn and understand the fundamental knowledge and 8 limbs of Yoga – what is it all about?Hatha and Vinyasa – learning the differences and benefits of each style, and how they are meant to work together.Learn, in-depth, over 51 poses and their benefits, modifications, etc.Learn the basics of Pranayama, the yogic art of breathing.Build and develop your own yoga practice.Learn to teach others with clarity, precisions, and confidence.Learn the importance and use of props.Study Ancient Yogic Philosophy and study of texts (The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali the Bhagavad Geeta, and more!).Subtle ethics of yoga, and how to integrate this lifestyle into the modern world of yoga.Understand different types of students, bodies, needs, climates, and build smart, innovative, and safe sequences for all.Gain practical and hands on experiences in teaching.Gain a lifelong resource for any and all future endeavors while on your yoga journey.

Yoga PhilosophyWhat is yoga? This is where we discuss what yoga is all about. Where and when did the practice of yoga begin? What are the principles of yoga? How has it evolved, and spread its knowledge? Here, our goal is to give you a strong foundation on the fundamentals of yoga that you can implement into your daily life and build upon throughout your journey.

Learning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Understand the origin of yoga, as well as its’ evolution through time, and across the world.Understand the practice and implementation of the 8 Limbs of YogaRead, interpret, and share knowledge of Ancient Yogic Texts with your yoga circle (The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, The Bhagavad Geeta, and more).Understand the greater goal of yoga.Asanas As one of the 8 Limbs of Yoga, our study of 51+ asanas is designed to delve deep into various categories of poses – to learn and understand their benefits, modifications, progressions, regressions, and most importantly how to properly and safely get in and out of each pose. This builds upon our foundation by creating the framework in which we can begin to create a complete practice and begins the process of self-awareness and self-care.

Learning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Complete a full Surya Namaskar with proper form and alignment, all the while understanding its’ purpose and benefits.Understand the different categories of poses, and their collective benefits within a practice.Understand a variety of poses within each category fully – their benefits, modifications, progressions, regressions, etc.Understand the physiological and psychological effects of each pose.Begin to understand how each pose works with one another as we begin to approach the art and science of sequencing a practice.Understand the art of using props (belts, blocks, bolsters).Practice on your classmates.

The Art and Science of SequencingThere is an art to sequencing. With a deeper understanding and strong core knowledge of individual poses, we will begin to work with the art and science of sequencing a practice. We will explore hatha and vinyasa styles of yoga practice, themed sequencing, and how to prepare a sequence that is accessible by all, complete with modifications.

Learning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Understand the differences and similarities of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, and when to use and practice each.Understand how to observe and enhance intuition.Design a class so that the practitioner gains maximum benefit from the practice.Sequence a complete class that is accessible to all.Be able to demonstrate, instruct, correct, and lead all level classes and practitioners.Build up the skill of self-discovery, and learning through one’s own practice, to help others.

Pranayama: The Art of Yogic BreathingLearning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Understand the Respiratory system, and how it correlates with the body and yoga.Understand how to observe and enhance intuition.Understand various breathing exercises, knowing their benefits and best times of practice.


Meditation is the best medication. Meditation is one of the greatest tools to restore harmony and balance in the mind and the body.Learning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Establish a self-practice schedule away from classBe able to understand the need and challenges of meditationImportance of yoga practice to begin meditationThe importance of sound vibrations and their impact on the body and mindEnhanced ability to pronounce more Sanskrit wordsFind a sense of peace and calm after both practices

Therapeutic Yoga – for injury and joint healthMore often than not, practitioners come to yoga post injury, in search of a way to heal and stay moving. With this in mind, we delve deep into therapeutic benefits for the shoulders, hips, spine, knee and other major joints of the body. As well as psychological issues of depression, trauma, emotional imbalance and more. We also cover asthma, sciatica, diabetes prevention etc.Learning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Successfully build class sequence AND teach people with a variety of issues.To be able to build multiple sequences in a class with multiple issues.To be able to help others confidently with a thorough backing of yoga knowledge.

Anatomy and PhysiologyIn order to practice or teach a great sequence, you need to first understand the muscles, bones, fascia and joints of the body, and how it applies to movement of the body from asana to asana. How should our bones stack, and our muscles wrap around them? How do we both strengthen and protect our joints? Learn what to look for in your own body as well as the bodies of your varying students to ensure a safe and effective practice accessible to all, free from pain and injury.Learning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Understand and know the bones, muscles, ligaments, tissues, tendons, fascia, and joints of the body.Know the planes of the body and how the body moves through them.Properly align the body in each asana as we learn them.Know what to look for in various body types, and the best way to guide each safely through a practice.Understand and explain the subtle bodies (nadis, koshas, chakras, dosha, gunas, and prana), and how to ensure their balance.

Teaching MethodologyHaving the knowledge of yoga is mission number one – mission number two is preparing you with different tools to communicate your knowledge effectively to others. Here, we will experiment with different ways to communication with others, across cultures, across language. We will work to find your voice and unique teaching style. You will practice on and observe your peers to fine tune these skillsLearning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Understand the proper pronunciation and meaning of common Sanskrit terms.Understand the value of a good demonstration.Learn to communicate effectively with others using yoga language and terminology.Gain practical experience using compassionate communication.Be able to give value of common yoga poses and pranayama.Be able to explore teaching styles, and verbal adjustments in common yoga poses and pranayama.Be able to explain the benefits and do the work to identify with your own unique style of teaching. Find your voice.

Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga TeachersTogether, we will work with you to understand the qualities of a yoga teacher based on the yogic principles of niyamas, yamas, and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

Business of YogaLearning Objectives – you will know that we have completed this section when you can:Build a strong and relevant yoga resume highlighting your strengths, skills and experience.Understand how to connect with other yoga schools and build relations in your community.Apply for yoga teaching jobs and how to follow up.How to use social media and gain visibility online.Successfully understand where to draw the line between business and the real goal of yoga.Maintaining your ethics and professionalism throughout the journey of being a teacher.Understanding liability issues and obtaining all permits, licenses and more…

Requirements and Pre-ApprovalDedication to yoga with an on-going and consistent yoga practice.Minimum personal practice 6 months. Must attend a minimum of 5 classes with us before being accepted into the training. We do this to ensure that you understand our method, philosophy, and culture of teaching before getting started in the training.Must be able to attend all hours of contact class, complete all assignments on time, and complete teaching examinations to be certified at the end of the course. Those who are not certifying to teach are also expected to attend all hours for successful completion of the course.

Assignments and Practicum Assignments

There will be home assignments given periodically. Please ensure that you complete these assignments and submit them on time. Home assignments will complement the class work and help you internalise the subject matter more clearly. All assignments are to be completed before completion of the course.Practicum – Both a written and practical exam need to be completed with passing scores.

An 80% score is needed to pass the written exam near the end of the course. We will prepare you for this exam throughout the course with assignments, quizzes, and tips.

For the practical, we require you to teach a real class of students. This session will be graded by Abha separately and she will assign performance scores as deemed appropriate. We will train you thoroughly during the course for this part of the exam – we want you to succeed! We allow a maximum of three attempts to pass the practical, and in the case that one cannot clear the practical after three attempts, we will have you try again in the next set of examinations for a fee.

Student ConductEach student will be held to a high standard of conduct, demonstrating respect for their peers and maintaining confidentiality throughout and after the course. Any form of bias, sexual harassment, violation of state or federal laws, proven dishonesty, disrespect towards our teachers or fellow students will be grounds for dismissal from the program without refund.

Course fee and Application

Tuition Fee: $500 deposit, remaining amount can be paid in instalments. Full course cost: (please email us to enquire as our fees change depending on group size and mode of delivery). Deposit tickets are available to purchase through eventbrite or direct deposit. Before paying a deposit, please feel out an application form to ensure you’ll be granted a spot in the course.

If you are on a disability pension or student concession, you will receive a discount.

Please fill out an application form by clicking on the following link: https://ekaearthyoga.com/services#45e8cc0d-f82f-4926-9088-04e3aa7a58d5

Email and enquiries : collectiverising@protonmail.com

Course dates & attendance

Next intake: 23rd September 2022 (12 weeks course all up)

Venue: Eka Earth Yoga in Mildura & ONLINE via Zoom

Attendance days: usually one day on the weekend and Friday evening. However this can be modified depending on the groups needs.


A brief overall of Hebas educational background –

200Hrs Teacher Training Certification (Multistyle Yoga, Ashtanga, Hatha and Vinyasa)- 300Hrs Teacher Training Certification (Hatha Yoga)- Yoga therapy certification- Being Blissful Meditation Facilitator Certification – Advanced Diploma Nutritional Medicine (Torrens University Australia)- Sanskrit Level 1 – Sanskrit level 2 (currently) – Genome/stem cell healing practitioner. 6 years and over 2000 hours teaching experience, 6 group Teacher training and over 25 graduates within 2 years.

About Our Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC)

Our philosophy for training is designed for people to experience and understand the depths of yoga knowledge and a sincere practice. It is first and foremost about understanding what yoga is about, everything from ancient and modern philosophy to the study of ancient texts and the subtleties of various asanas to be practiced in your own body. It is only then that we can begin to guide you through teaching methodology, and the art and science of sequencing a practice that is accessible to all. Our training is suitable for those seeking to become a yoga teacher, for existing yoga teachers who are looking to deepen their knowledge and practice of yoga, or for students who wish to study and understand more about their own practice. Through our shared dedication and collaboration, and your time, energy, and teamwork, we are here to equip you with the tools needed for an abundant and lifelong journey with yoga.

Students will practice both Antarang (inner) and Bahirang (outer) Yoga, the eight limbs of Yoga, master 51 Asanas (yoga postures) and therapeutic benefits, and experience other ancient yogic techniques like Maun (noble silence), Ayurveda (Life knowledge). These high standards are strictly maintained across all batches.

Eka Earth Yoga runs under Paramanand Institute Ashram in India and upon successful completion of our Teacher Training Course (TTC), you will have the opportunity to pursue a global career as an RYT200 (Registered Yoga Teacher).

For more information visit: www.ekaearthyoga.com or www.collectiverising.earth