This intensive RYT 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, is especially designed for those, who for various reasons are unable to be away from home for too long a period at one time. The regular RYT USA 200 hour course is divided into four phases each lasting one week.
After completion of the first week of RYT 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, you can continue your journey, by signing up for the second week choosing from any one of our scheduled 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training courses Italy.
On completion of all four weeks and having successfully passed the final exams that take place at the end of the final week of the RYT 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, students will receive an international certificate : RYT 200 USA
The certificate is issued by Yogamea and is registrable at the International Yoga Alliance USA .
One Week course all-inclusive: 8 days and 7 nights.
Check -in on Sunday after 2pm
Lessons start on Monday and finish the following Saturday.
Check-out Sunday morning before 10am.
|Starts Sunday, April 28 – End Sunday May 05||50 hours YTTC FIRST FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday 02 June – Ends Sunday 09 June||50 hours YTTC FIRST FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday 07 July – Ends Sunday 14 July||50 hours YTTC FIRST FASE||From € 717 to € 1,596|
|Starts Sunday 04 August – Ends Sunday 11 August||50 hours YTTC FIRST FASE||From € 560 to € 1,260|
|Starts Sunday 22 September – Ends Sunday 29 September||50 hours YTTC FIRST FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday May 05 – Ends Sunday May 12||50 hours YTTC SECOND FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday 09 June – Ends Sunday 16 June||50 hours YTTC SECOND FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday July 14th – Ends Sunday July 21||50 hours YTTC SECOND FASE||From € 717 to € 1,560|
|Starts Sunday 11 August – Ends Sunday 18 August||50 hours YTTC SECOND FASE||From € 560 to € 1,260|
|Starts Sunday 29 September – Ends Sunday 06 October||50 hours YTTC SECOND FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday May 12 – Ends Sunday May 19||50 hours YTTC THIRD FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday 16 June – Ends Sunday 23 June||50 hours YTTC THIRD FASE||From € 717 to € 1,596|
|Starts Sunday July 21th – Ends Sunday July 28||50 hours YTTC THIRD FASE||From € 717 to € 1,596|
|Starts Sunday 18 August – Ends Sunday 25 August||50 hours YTTC THIRD FASE||From € 420 to € 1,260|
|Starts Sunday 6 October – Ends Sunday 13 October||50 hours YTTC THIRD FASE||From € 672 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday May 19 – Ends Sunday May 26||50 hours YTTC FOURTH FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
|Starts Sunday 23 June – Ends Sunday 30 June||50 hours YTTC FOURTH FASE||From € 717 to € 1,596|
|Starts Sunday July 28th – Ends Sunday August 04
||50 hours YTTC FOURTH FASE||From € 717 to € 1,596|
|Starts Sunday 25 August – Ends Sunday 01 September||50 hours YTTC FOURTH FASE||From € 420 to € 1,050|
|Starts Sunday 13 October – Ends Sunday 23 October||50 hours YTTC FOURTH FASE||From € 597 to € 1,356|
(this is only an example – subject to change)
» YMCD – Karmananda, Swami. Yogic Management of Common Diseases. Edited by Yoga Publications Trust: Bihar School of Yoga, 2010
» RY – Vivekenanda, Swami. Raja Yoga: Conquering the Internal Nature. Kolkata: Advaita Ashrama, 2011.
» MMMRY- Niranjananda Saraswati, Swami. Mind, Mind Management & Raja Yoga. Yoga Dristi Series. Bihar: Yoga Publications Trust, 2011.
» YA – Kaminoff, Leslie, and Amy Matthews. Yoga Anatomy. 2nd ed. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2012.
Yogamea school in Italy adopts the ancient approach to Yoga discipline to impress the wisdom that yoga manifests. Teaching and learning are therefore designed in such a way that ethical practices are ingrained automatically in the students at the school.
The day begins with the daily regimen (Dincharya) and ancient code of conduct. Activities are planned according to the seasonal code of conduct (Ritucharya). The concept of behaviour chemistry (Achar- rasayan) is the concept that students are expected to adopt.
Maharishi Patanjali prescribed certain rules of how a person is expected to behave in society (Yama) and how personal code and conduct (Niyama) is the expected and essential behaviour for individuals to follow. We at Yogamea expect this behaviour, as described above, to be understood and practised sincerely and honestly by all students to the best of their ability.
Before students register for the RYT 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, they must be aware that this traditional teaching will differ from that of the west. There could even be a fundamental difference in the understanding of the yogic path as is taught in yoga schools in the west.
Modified exercises that go by the name of yoga are frowned upon by Yogamea. Therefore, only those students who are willing to commit to the strict regimen of the course should consider signing up.
Discipline is an integral part of the training program – the course routine must be strictly observed.
Disrespect for the rules and regulations could result in termination of studentship with no refund.
Absenting oneself from the scheduled program without prior permission from the instructor or manager concerned would be considered as a gross breach of discipline.
A student must notify in advance if they intend to forgo a meal, in order to avoid the waste of food.
Yogamea does not make arrangements for guests of students. Any activity that is not related to the course is not permitted.
Please be on time for classes – you will not be permitted to enter any class once it has commenced.
Before departure from the school, students are required to return all library books and any other articles belonging to the school.
Smoking and alcohol are not permitted during the training course.
A 10% advance deposit is required at the time of booking to secure your place on one of our RYT 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy.
Payment of the remaining balance will be required upon your arrival at the Yoga Center. This deposit is non-refundable, so please make sure you are able to attend. In case of an emergency or other unforeseen circumstances, we can use discretion by transferring the deposit to another course within a year of the originally intended course date.