Oceanic Yoga’s style of teaching is unique in many ways. From the Asana postures to Yoga Philosophy, our teachers support you and adapt to your individual needs. Safety precautions are essential principles at the school. While stressing the fundamentals, we also encourage our students to see and explore Yoga in creative ways so they are able to discover their own personal teaching style. Oceanic Yoga is teaching 3 diffrent types of 200 hrs Yoga teacher training courses, you can choose which one suits you.
1. 200 hrs Hatha Yoga Teacher Training
2. 200 hrs Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher Training.
3. 200 hrs Yoga Therapy teacher training
Hatha Yoga is considered the traditional Indian Yoga style. Many old and contemporary styles are based on Hatha Yoga. Hatha Yoga’s style tends to be slower-paced and with varying sequences. The practice of Hatha Yoga balances the Sun and Moon energy within the body and transforms the lower chakra energies to higher levels. Hatha Yoga’s depth lies in its teaching of the Ashtanga path or 8-Fold Way. Every pose in Hatha Yoga should be practiced with awareness, respecting the body’s limitations. To enrich the Hatha Yoga practice we have incorporated alignment principles as taught by the world-famous Yoga teacher, Sri BKS Iyengar. The emphasis with the Iyengar method is on gradually building awareness and familiarity for the correct alignment of the Yoga postures. So, as you can see, Hatha Yoga is the foundational practice for all Yoga students.
Manisha got the opportunity to study various yoga styles like Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Sivananda and traditional Hatha Yoga with many Yoga teachers at Oceanic Yoga. Sincere practice, study and while teaching in different programs at school she developed her own teaching style which includes in-depth knowledge of the subjects with playfulness attitude. Laughter is natural in her classes and students experience the tranquility at the end of the yoga meditation classes. She is one of the school’s most popular teachers and many of her students return in order to participate in her classes again.