Yoga anatomy

100 hours Advanced Teacher Training



4 Weekend Course

  • 20-22 October 2023
  • 03-05 November 2023
  • 17-19 November 2023
  • 01-03 December 2023

10h self-paced learning before and during the training.


Friday: 17:00 - 22:00

Saturday: 8:00 - 18:00

Sunday: 8:00 - 18:00


Yogalife Studio Brussels
Rue du Houblon 40
1000 Bruxelles

Tuition Fee

Early Bird:€1.450 (until 15 August)

Regular Fee: €1.650

Note: Paying in instalments is possible

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Who can join this Training

Any yoga teacher from any school who has completed at least a 200h Teacher Training and who would like to bring more depths to their teaching.

Our Approach

Happiness comes through the yoga


Medical based anatomy has given us an amazingly detailed understanding of the human body.
While it investigates existence from outside in, yogic anatomy complements the picture with a view from inside out.

For a yogi it is important to know not only a challenge like back pain but also the collected experience of the body. You will learn about the feedback of muscles and nerves and step into a mature and connected understanding of their interplay.


Through the unique design of our so-called "asana clinic" you will learn anatomy in action.
Beyond reading bodys and correcting students in their posture, you'll learn how to facilitate them to find their very own perfect posture - as every human being is unique.


Knowing Yogic anatomy will make you a master trainer - setting you apart from everyone else in the industry. You will become a teacher who is not just providing asana practice but rather introducing asana for improving people's life quality and yoga as a lifestyle.

We take care of our students

What You Will Learn

How Muscles work

Major muscles and their movements

Physical know how on the muscular system yogic aspects of how muscles receive messages from our intention and nervous system. Through Asana practice we get to know how to learn about and master them.

How Bones work

Major bones and their effects on Asana practice

Facts about the skeletal system how certain shapes and sizes of bones might affect your posture practice and how to adapt asanas for healthier postures and movements.

How Joints work

Major joints, their mobility and limitations

The range and locks of joints to design a safe yoga practice for all ages from kids to the seniors.

How Spines work

The spine and its role in yoga postures for better health

Improvement of spinal health through yoga.

Flixibility of Human with yoga

Basics of alignment according to the uniqueness of flexibility and structure of each practitioner

The flow of energy and information within and how to use the wisdom of yoga postures. to learn about our inner engineering reach our potential.

What more you will learn which is unique to this training

Vital Organs and the functionality

Study of vital organs and their basic functionality

We dedicate at least 50% of the time of this training to these essential organs. The term ?vital? itself explains how important it is for any health practitioner to know about these internal organs of the body. You‘ll learn how we can support their long lasting proper functioning.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Yoga postures and their effects on the vital organs

Knowing yoga postures is only the first step for advancing in yoga practice. To move further, it is equally important to know what we are doing this posture for - physically and mentally. That way we can redirect our intention to different vital organs more effectively.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Endocrine system and yoga postures for health and vitality

The endocrine system is hidden deep inside our body. It influences every stage of transformation and change. From digesting to healing, from sleeping to wakefulness. Yogic wisdom gives us clues how to guide our life to its full potential.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Circulatory system

There is a myth that yoga is very slow, static and doesn't significantly affect the cardiovascular system. But actually this system is very effectively managed in yoga practice. From Sukshma Vayyam to Sun Salutation - yoga describes and teaches the importance of static asanas like lotus pose and its effect on the system of circulation.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Digestion system and postures for its efficiency

The nourishment of the body is as important as disposing the waste efficiently.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Pranayama and respiratory system

With pollutants and allergens increasing in the environment it has become more and more crucial that we bring the know how for a resilient respiratory system to our students to help them prevent side effects of strong medications.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Yogic management of reproductive health and wellbeing

Our most powerful energy is stored in our reproductive system. It is the source of creativity and love. Yogic sciences have shared gems how to harness that energy and grow spiritually.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Immune system and lymphatic system

Our immune system interacts with the external world through our belief system which again has a direct impact on our immune system. Understanding the lymphatic system will give you a know how to individualize the design of your yoga sessions. The related detox processes will affect all the chronic problems in the body and mind.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Integumentary system

The integumentary system is one of the biggest organs of the body. It is responsible to reflect how your body is feeling and helps detoxification. Yoga approaches help aging and long life in simplest ways.

Vital Organs and the functionality

Meditation and relaxation for nervous system sharpness

Stress, nervousness and anxiety are becoming the words of our century. Yogis have predicted and known for this pandemic of stress and burnout long ago and given us tools which can be learned and taken advantage by anyone. As a yoga teacher this can be our biggest contribution to a better and happier planet

Practical Information


What to bring

Yoga mat

Comfortable yoga clothes to change

Woolen shawl (useful for lectures & meditation)


Eligibility criteria

  • The training is conducted exclusively in English. To fully benefit from this program, you need to have a good understanding of the language.
  • You need to be relatively healthy and fit. (If you have any disabilities or other health challenges, please talk to us) The teacher training course is a very intense program with extensive yoga practices. The program focuses on more than just teaching teachers, it also focuses on personal growth.
    We suggest you get acquainted with yoga and integrate this practice in your daily life. You need to have at least six months of yoga experience before starting the course.
  • If you are going through any sort of medical treatment, please send us your medical history and discuss with us your fitness for the course.
  • Pregnancy: Please, inform us of your pregnancy and provide a medical documentation.

Application Progress

  • Fill out the application form below. The Yogalife team will respond within the next 10 working days.
  • Once you are eligible, note that acceptance of your application form does not confirm your participation; only full payment of the course can do that. Places are given on eligibility and on first-paid, first-served basis.
  • Students are responsible for their own transfers, accommodation, food and living expenses.

Payment options

You will be sent the bank details once your application is approved.


Yoga Alliance

If you do the RYT-300 with us, this course will be part of your syllabus.

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