Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training
Weekend Programme: 24 Feb – 19 May 2018  (FULLY SUBSCRIBED)
Weekday Programme: 16 Apr – 19 May 2018
Weekend Programme: 16 June – 8 September 2018

8am – 3pm

Yoga+’s Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training Program is a 25-day course which culminates in a Yoga Alliance 200-hour certification that will enable you to teach anywhere in the world.

More about the Program

This is a Vinyasa Flow program where participants will explore how to execute the asana poses with greater attention to alignment, how to teach these poses, and how to sequence the flow. On top of that, participants will be exposed to anatomical foundations behind the poses and the reasons behind certain sequencing through the lens of anatomy. The history and philosophy of Yoga is the third portion of the program which will open up your understanding of what yoga is and how we can truly cultivate yoga beyond the mat.

This is a rigorous program that requires you to not just be present for the sessions but to also read up and constantly ask questions and search for the answers, be it through self-study or through peer discussions.

The Program will be conducted by Angie (E-RYT 200), Bianca (E-RYT 200, RYT 500) and Suffian (E-RYT 200).

Breakdown of the hours

The 25-day Program will start at 8am and ends at 3pm with 2 half-hour breaks in between. Thus, the overall breakdown of the 200 hour program will be as such:

  • 150 hours of contact time during the Program, spanning across 25 days
  • 5 hours of contact time (in the form of co-teaching experience)
  • 25 hours of contact time (in the form of group classes)
  • 20 hours of non-contact time outside of the studio (in the form of discussion, self study, reflection, task completions)

Requirement for the program

You are required to attend the program religiously, meeting at least an 80% attendance, or 20 days out of 25. Thus, there should be sufficient leeway should you fall sick, or are required to travel for work. In these cases, there will not be any make up session scheduled. The onus will be on you to keep up with the materials/ asanas covered during the session.

You can certainly approach the instructors for clarification regarding the subject matter.

Make up sessions will only apply to students who need to meet the 80% minimum requirement to pass the course. These make up sessions will be scheduled on a case-by-case basis and will be conducted outside of the 25-day weekend course. They will be arranged separately.

If you are concerned about missing a number of sessions, do speak to our instructors and we can advise what you can do.

There will be tests at the end of the program, which covers the asanas, anatomical theory and philosophy. To pass the program, you will need to meet a 75% grade for each component. Also, there will be real-world experience in which you will be tagged to the instructors to co-teach existing classes. You will be tasked to conduct warm ups in the form of sun salutations and certain stretches depending on the instructor’s sequencing.

Course breakdown

Weekend Programme: 24 Feb – 19 May 2018 (This batch is now fully subscribed)
Weekday Programme: 16 Apr – 19 May 2018
Weekend Programme: 16 June – 8 September 2018

(For students who have graduated from the 30-hour discovery program, they will commence on Sunday, 11 March 2018 for weekend course and 23 April 2018 for weekday course.)

A typical session would look as such :

  • 8am – 11am: Asanas
  • 11am – 1130am: Break I
  • 1130am – 1pm: Anatomy
  • 1pm – 130pm: Break II
  • 130pm – 3pm: Philosophy


The early bird price (which runs until 1 January 2018) is SGD3600.

Early bird rates for the weekday programme is on now until 16 March 2018.

Usual price is SGD4000.

(For students who have graduated from the 30-hour discovery program, and meet the early bird price, they will just have to top up an additional $3040 based on the early bird rates.)

The class size is limited to a maximum of 15 pax.

Deferred payment scheme available, please email to find out more.

Limited mats available as we are keeping the course small and intimate.