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Yoga Teacher Trainings in Cesme

Welcome to Cesme, idyllic town by the Aegean Sea.

With its clear blue waters, white beaches, historical buildings, local bazaars, and lots of fantastic cuisine options, Cesme attracts hip international visitors from all around the world.

This picturesque town has appeared a number of times on New York Times’ Top 15 Places to Visit listings.

Yoga Teacher Trainings in Cesme

2021 Dates:

9 Aug 2021 – 1 Sep 2021
(check-in 8 Aug., Check-out 2 Sep.)

Class Sizes: Max 15 students

Class Length: 24 days

Food: Vegetarian (vegan option)

Yoga Alliance Certified

All our teacher trainings come with international Yoga Alliance certifications, the most widely recognized accreditation of yoga teachers worldwide.

Our Yoga Style

Our teacher trainings are rooted in Hatha Yoga, with a focus on the alignment based Vinyasa style. We also give our students a short introduction to Yin yoga. 

Our Trainings

Each day in our 200-hour course is a different, playful and unique adventure. We guide our students through a variety of physical movement, deep meditation, theoretical and practical lectures. 

Even though our course is an intensive teacher training, we are mindful not to overload our students, leaving plenty of time for relaxation and exploration of what Bali has to offer. 

What You'll Learn

Energy Anatomy
  • Chakras
  • Vayus
Physical Anatomy
  • Anatomy of movement
    • Skeletal movements
    • Fascial lines and movement
  • Nervous system
  • Avoiding injuries in the class
  • Common injuries and how to manage them
Asana break down
  • How to get into the Asana, mindfully
    • Common mistakes
    • Making the transitions part of the practice
    • Flowing through transitions
  • How to properly align within the Asana
    • Common misalignments
    • Addressing common misalignments
    • Proper muscle engagements
    • How to get deeper into the Asana
Learn how to determine the physical and energetics requirements of Asanas
Creating basic sequences
  • Principles of sequencing Vinyasa classes
  • How to create sequences for safe and sustainable practice
  • Understanding the energetic requirements of the practice
  • Building up a sequence that will encourage growth
Creating complex sequences
  • Creative sequencing
  • Designing more than physical practice for your students
Finding your unique teaching style
  • Exploring different styles of teaching yoga
  • Finding your style of teaching yoga
  • Aligning your energetic presence as a teacher with why you teach
  • Embracing your voice as a tool to share
  • How to create a space in the absence of ego
  • How to sometimes mess up then embrace it to connect with your students
How to hold the space for your students Teaching practices and receiving feedback that will cultivate growth Adjusting
  • Offering safe adjustments to cultivate sustainable growth for your students
  • Offering adjustments in an empowering way
  • Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of offering physical adjustments
Ethics of teaching yoga
Introduction to the history of yoga Understanding the philosophy and the ultimate aim of yoga
  • Understanding the mechanics behind meditation
  • Understanding how and why Asanas became a part of the yoga practice
  • Aligning your practice with the aim of your practice
Analyzing Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
  • Seeds of suffering and distractions
  • The eight limbs of yoga
    • Analyzing each limb in detail
  • How to utilize the wisdom in our daily lives
How to integrate yoga philosophy to the mat practice How to keep practicing off the mat and change your life
Mindful vinyasa practices
  • Fast and slow practices
  • Peak pose practices
  • Full body practices
  • Transition focused practices
  • Long hold focused practices
Yin practices
  • Practices of surrender
  • Focusing on certain meridians
Hatha yoga practices
  • Working on Vayus
Creating your yoga teacher resume Finding your message and making it heard Different ways of creating teaching opportunities Basics of creating marketing strategy

The Resort

Our teacher trainings are held in the idyllic coastal town Cesme. 


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Early Bird Price

(3 months before start date)
  • Shared room – $3,000 USD

Full Price

  • Shared room – $3,300 USD

Early Bird Price

(3 months before start date)
  • Shared room – $3,000 USD

Full Price

  • Shared room – $3,300 USD

Early Bird Price

(3 months before start date)
  • Shared room – $2,600 USD

Full Price

  • Shared room – $2,900 USD

Early Bird Price

(3 months before start date)
  • Shared room – $2,600 USD

Full Price

  • Shared room – $2,900 USD

A $500 USD non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a spot. 

The full tuition price is due 30 days before the start of the training.

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What You'll Leave With

    After completing a teacher training with us, you are eligible to register as an International Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher. This is the most widely recognized international certification in the world.
  • KNOWLEDGE Knowledge about how to design effective yoga classes for all levels and tools and strategies to build a sustainable yoga career.
  • CONFIDENCE While not everyone who train with us decides to be a teacher, you’ll have gained the confidence to teach in your own unique style and be ready to share your passion with the world.

Daily Schedule

07:00 – 09:00 Asana practice

09:00 – 09:45 Pranayama & Meditation

10:00 – 11:00 Breakfast break

11:00 – 13:00 Theoretical lecture

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch break

14:30 – 16:00 Teaching practicum

16:10 – 17:10 Asana, Pranayama & Meditation

17:15 – 18:00 Discussion & Preparation for the next day

* We finish at 04:00 pm on Fridays.

* We finish at 01:00 pm on Saturdays.

* Sundays are off.

* The daily schedule is subject to change. This is just to give you a general idea.

Weekly Overview

In week one, we focus on building a strong foundation and introducing the students to the basics of asana practice, yoga philosophy and yogic diet. It is important to build a solid foundation of the basics before diving deeper into the more advanced principles of yoga. We also start building our students’ teaching skills by focusing on and exploring the breakdown of the Sun Salutations.
  • Asana Practice
    • Sun Salutations
    • Importance of proper alignments
    • Introduction to Sequencing
    • Introduction to Anatomy of Movement
  • Philosophy
    • Introduction to the history of yoga
    • Yoga Sutras of Patañjali
  • Teaching
    • Sun Salutations
    • Importance of proper alignment
In week two, we dive deeper into how to notice and correct misalignments, we explore the different bandhas, mindful transitions and the ethics of teaching yoga. We also get familiar with and learn about the Yoga Sutras and practice teaching standing poses.
  • Asana
    • Alignment in forward folds and twists
    • Getting familiar with common misalignments
    • Anatomy of joint bandhas
    • Mindful transitions
  • Philosophy
    • Yoga Sutras of Patañjali
    • Bhagavad Gita
    • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • Teaching
    • Standing poses
    • Ethics
In week three; we focus on building our students’ teaching skills and helping them to take it to the next level, focusing on seated poses, injuries and empowering our students to find their own yoga teacher voice. We practice designing advanced sequences, how to hold space and how to introduce extra content to the classes. We also learn about the chakras and the energy anatomy of the body.
  • Asana
    • Alignment in laterals and backbends
    • Energetics of the mat practice
    • Deepening within the pose
    • Injuries & asana Practice
  • Philosophy
    • Chakras
    • Energy anatomy
    • Ayurveda and Yoga Practice
  • Teaching
    • Finding your yoga teacher voice
    • Advanced sequencing
    • Introducing extra content
The students will undergo a huge shift and personal transformation in the first three weeks of the program, so week four is all about integration and bringing the asana practice and philosophy together. We will also practice and learn ways to bring our yoga practice into our modern daily life (beyond the mat) and how to confidently share it with others. During this week, the students will practice teaching a full class and learn how to embrace what makes their teaching style unique. We will also cover business tips, tools and strategies on how to build a thriving and sustainable career as a yoga teacher.
  • Asana & philosophy
    • Alignment in inversions and extensions
    • Bringing the philosophy and the practice together
  • Teaching
    • Teaching a full class
    • Embracing your unique style of teaching
  • Daily Ayurvedic Practices
  • Business of Yoga
    • Tips, tools, and strategies to create a thriving and sustainable yoga career

Meet the team

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any requirements to be eligible to apply for a teacher training?

How much time is required for homework?

We have collected the most frequently asked questions in a PDF. Please click on the below link to access the FAQ document.