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100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training & Retreat in Italy - YogaMea School

The 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training curriculum runs parallel to the 200-Hour course, and introduces the question, "What is Yoga?" This inquiry establishes the foundation for the next 15 days and 14 nights, while we explore Hatha Yoga postures, as well as introduce Sanskrit terms for each asana, without the expectation that you have a high degree of proficiency in their use.

Students are exposed to a foundational understanding of the human organism according to Western science and Ayurveda, to create a bridge between Eastern and Western ideologies and help students begin making connections for themselves.
This intensive 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, is designed for beginner to intermediate level yoga aspirants unable to be away from home for long a period at one time, for them 200 hour course is divided into two phases each lasting two weeks for the regular RYT USA.

100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy

After completion of the first phase of the 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, you can continue your journey, by signing up for a second two-week course of our scheduled 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training courses Italy.

On completion of both phases, and having successfully passed the final assessments that take place during the last week of a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, students will receive an international certificate: RYT 200, Yoga Alliance, USA.

SStudents joining us for our 100-Hour certification are eligible to return to YogaMea School at a later date to complete their training towards the 200-Hour certification. Eligibility to register with the Yoga Alliance, USA, for their RYT-200 designation follows completion of the remaining 100 hours of training.
Students may apply their 100-Hour certifications towards completion of 200-Hour courses only at YogaMea School.

Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider

Prerequisite: Some exposure to yoga through public classes, private lessons, or videos, with a minimum of 2 years of practice. Practice need not be consistent (as in 1-3 days a week). No prior yoga teacher training certification is required.
This two-week, all-inclusive course is 15 days and 14 nights.
Check-in: Sunday after 2:00 PM
Lessons start Monday and end on Saturday after two weeks
Check-out: Sunday morning before 10:00 AM

Reservation: To reserve your seat in the 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Italy, pay your non-refundable deposit in the form of 10% of the total fee. The balance is due upon arrival, before the start of the course.

100 Hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Italy

100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training - Italy (2019)

Date     Price
Sunday, April 28, 2019 – Sunday, May 12, 2019
    From € 1,094.50 to € 2,486
Sunday, 02 June, 2019 – Sunday, 16 June, 2019     From € 1,094.50 to € 2,486
Sunday, 07 July, 2019 – Sunday, 21 July, 2019     From € 1,314.50 to € 2,926
Sunday, 04 August,2019 – Sunday, 18 August, 2019     From € 1,120 to € 2,520
Sunday, 22 September, 2019 – Sunday, 06 October, 2019     From € 1,094.50 to € 2,486
Date     Price
Starts Sunday May 12 – Ends Sunday May 25     From € 1,094 to € 2,486
Starts Sunday 16 June – Ends Sunday 29 June     From € 1,314.50 to € 2,926
Starts Sunday July 21 – Ends August 3
    From € 1,314.50 to € 2,926
Starts Sunday 18 August – Ends Sunday 31 August     From € 1,120 to € 2,520
Starts Sunday 06 October – Ends Sunday 19 October     From € 1,094 to € 2,486


  • Two-week 100-hour Hatha Yoga teacher training course
  • Accommodation 15 days, 14 nights
  • Three Ayurvedic vegetarian meals per day with refreshments (please inform the front desk upon arrival if you are vegan or have specific food allergies).
  • 100-Hour Certification rendering the student eligible to complete the second phase of their 100-hour training toward the completion of the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training certification
  • Yoga Alliance, USA, international certification, which allows you to teach yoga anywhere in the world. (After completion of both phases of the 100-hour curriculum.)
  • Free time for local excursions
  • Use of the washing machine
  • Use of a bicycle
  • Change of sheets (once a week)
  • Unlimited water and tea
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Beach nearby
# Time Activities
06.00 AM Wake up
06.15 AM to 06.30 AM Herbal tea
06.30 AM to 07.00 AM Shatkarma / yogic cleansing
07.00 AM to 07.30 AM Pranayama and chanting
07.30 AM to 09.00 PM Yoga asana
09.15 AM to 10.00 PM Breakfast
10.30 AM to 11.30 PM Yoga anatomy
11.30 AM to 13.00 PM Yoga philosophy
13.15 PM to 14.15 PM Lunch
17.00 PM to 18.30 PM Hatha yoga Asanas practice
18.45 PM to 19.00 PM Pranayama & Asana class
19.15 PM to 20.30 PM Dinner
22.45 AM Lights out

(According to the Yoga Alliance Guidelines – some of these hours are contact hours and others are self-study. Time is allocated according to the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training curriculum.) Training, Practice, and Techniques – 100 hours (50 hours per 100-Hour curriculum)


  • Pranayama / Asana / Bandha / Shatkarma*
  • Teaching Methodology – 25 hours (12.5 hours per 100-Hour curriculum)
  • Physiology & Anatomy – 20 hours (10 hours per 100-Hour curriculum)
  • Yogic Philosophy, Ethics, and Lifestyle – 20 hours (10 hours per 100-Hour curriculum)
  • Yoga Philosophy*
  • Introduction to Yoga
  • Yoga Origins
  • Raja, Karma, Bhakti & Jnana: Different paths of yoga
  • Awareness and Consciousness
  • Evolution of awareness
  • According to Sankhya darshan - (Evolution of elements)
  • PanchaKosha - Five covering or sheaths over presence of Mind / Consciousness
  • Introduction to Four-sutra (Patanjali’s Yog sutra)
  • Pancha Klesha (five causes of miseries and pain)
  • Hatha yoga and Raja yoga
  • Social and personal rules and regulations - Yama & Niyama
  • Asana (Physical Posture)
  • Pranayama (Breathing Techniques)
  • Pratyahara (Withdrawal of the mind from the Senses)
  • Dhyana (meditation) , Dharna (concentration) , Samadhi (self-realization)

* The full scope of these topics will span both phases of the 100-hour content. It is therefore advisable that returning students complete both phases of the 100-hour curriculum in order to have a well-rounded exposure to all modules comprising the Yoga Alliance, USA, approved 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training curriculum.

  • Students completing Phase I of the 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training courses will be required to complete Phase II before being eligible for RYT 200-Hour certification.
  • Students completing either phase of a 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training course must complete their assessments based on written as well as practical evaluation. Written assignments are given in Phase I, 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training course.
  • Student conduct and adherence to the Code of Conduct is part of your overall evaluation.
  • Students must maintain a rate of 90% attendance for the duration of the course in order to qualify for final Assessment.
  • Yoga teachers who have completed all the requirements of the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course will be given a Certificate confirming that they have completed all requirements for training and teaching experiences according to Yoga Alliance, USA, standards.
  • Train station and Airport pick-up
  • Masseuse
  • Tours (Optional)
  • On-demand Spa (Outdoor)
  • Umbrella + Sunbed € 8/day (Discounted Rate)
  • Airport Transfers
  • Misano Adriatico or Riccione Train Station Transfers

Frequentlty Asked Questions - YogaMea School, Italy

What is 100 hour yoga teacher training?

The 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training curriculum runs parallel to the 200-Hour course, and takes place over 15 days and 14 nights. This intensive residential teacher training is offered in Italy and India and is designed for the beginner to intermediate level yoga aspirant who is unable to be away from home for too long a period at one time.

Is the 100 hour yoga teacher training a certification course?

Yes. Students receive a YogaMea School certification after completing the 100 hour yoga teacher training course. However, students will become eligible to register for the Yoga Alliance RYT 200 only after completing both phases for a total of 200 hours.

What is YACEP?

YACEP, or Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider®, is a Yoga Alliance designation for individuals that teach continuing education courses. As a YACEP, you can teach courses that will count as Continuing Education hours for RYTs. You can also list your courses on the Yoga Alliance YACEP Directory. For more information, click here.

Is this course valuable for the YACEP?

The YACEP designation is only available to an E-RYT registrant. However, the 100 hour certificate is an important step towards becoming a YACEP. If you are registered with Yoga Alliance as a teacher but are not yet an E-RYT, check with the Yoga Alliance to see if you are eligible to upgrade.

After 100 hour yoga teacher training, in order to complete the 200 Hour, can I continue my education with another school?

No. According to the Yoga Alliance standards, all training hours must come from the same school and multiple trainings from different schools cannot be combined to meet the 200-hour requirement. In order to obtain your 200 Hour yoga teacher training certificate, you must complete both phases with YogaMea School.

What kind of certificate will I receive after I complete the 100 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course?

You will receive a YogaMea School certificate of completion indicating that you have completed 100 hours towards the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training certification. Yoga teachers who have completed all requirements of the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in compliance with Yoga Alliance, USA, standards will be given a certificate and be eligible to register for RYT 200.