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Overview – 200 Hrs Yoga TTC in Rishikesh, India

Join us for an unforgettable Kaivalya Yoga teacher course. We emphasize quality in every aspect of our yoga training courses, from accommodation and healthy food to our diverse, experienced teaching team.

Here are some ways in which we go above and beyond for our students:

  1. Air conditioned rooms( 1person in one room) with private bathroom and free Wi-Fi.
  2. Well designed syllabus
  3. Separate teachers for all subjects
  4. Pick up from the airport, overnight stay facility  in Delhi.
  5. Private transport from Delhi to Rishikesh by car.
  6. Extracurricular activities on every weekend.
  7. Fully residential training program, with all facilities under one roof.
  8. Small batches of students

Learn why you should choose Kaivalya Yoga or delve into the subject matter and daily schedule of our yoga teacher training course.

Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh-200 Hours

At Kaivalya Yoga, we believe strongly in providing the absolute highest quality yoga teacher training program. We adhere to traditions, and our teachers are blessed with the traditional knowledge garnished over many millennia of yogic practice.

This intensive fully residential 200 hour teacher training in Rishikesh sets the foundation for a well-rounded yoga practice that will bring you benefits for the rest of your life. In this two hundred hours course, our dedicated faculty will share their expertise on all aspects of yoga: Shatkarmas, Asanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Mudras, Bandhas, Yoga Philosophy, Bhagvad Gita, Anatomy & Physiology of Hatha Yoga, and Ayurveda.

  1. Shatkarmas – These ancient yogic cleansing techniques are practiced for purification of the body. There are six Shatkarmas in the Hatha tradition. They are used to help clear the body of excess mucus, fat, and bile, and should only be practiced under the guidance of a competent teacher.
  2. Asanas – There are 84 asanas in the Hatha tradition. These poses are used to steady the body and mind, making the practitioner more energetic, free from disease, and ready for the practice of meditation. These are often the most familiar part of yoga tradition in the Western world.
  3. Pranayamas – These practices utilize breathing to control and influence the flow of vital life force (prana) in the body. Pranayamas are practiced after asana practice. They should be practiced under the guidance of a competent teacher, as the effects of these techniques on the body can be quite powerful.
  4. Meditation – Dhyana, or meditation, is the practice of calming the mind and body through controlling the thoughts, calming the senses, and deep concentration. There are many ancient yogic meditation practices, designed to bring the practitioner closer to spiritual awareness and understanding.
  5. Mudras – Mudras are advanced yogic techniques that alter mood, attitude, and perception, thereby deepening awareness and concentration. They have a subtle but powerful effect on energy flow in the body and thus are a good preparation for deeper spiritual practices.
  6. Bandhas – Bandhas are bodily locks that help to redirect the flow of energy in the body. They involve locking the chin, abdomen, and perennial region. As they are an advanced practice, they are best practiced individually under able instruction before being incorporated into other yogic practices.
  7. Yoga Philosophy – For successful yoga practice, there must be an understanding of the ancient yoga philosophies as described in traditional texts.
  8. Bhagvad Gita – This ancient text is one of the most important books for understanding modern yoga, as it outlines the origins of yoga philosophy as passed down through the centuries. A solid understanding of this scripture is necessary for anyone interested in the yoga traditions.
  9. Anatomy & Physiology of Hatha Yoga – It’s important for yoga teachers to understand the movements and range of motion of the human body, as well as the inner workings of the digestive, respiratory, circulatory, and nervous systems. This knowledge will help teachers to address the safety concerns of students and give proper adjustments, while helping students understand the full benefits and limitations of their practice.
  10. Ayurveda – Ayurveda is an ancient yoga tradition of healing the body through better knowledge of both the internal and external functions. It encompasses nutrition and massage therapy that is practiced to improve the overall well-being of the body and mind.