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Yoga Teacher Training in India

This Maharishi Yoga Peeth 300hr training encourages the aspirant to develop an informed knowledge-based approach to teaching yoga from a collection of asana styles in Vinyasa, Hatha (Iyengar informed), Ashtanga and Yin Yoga. A deeper understanding of asanas and mudras will mold your personality to become a teacher. After the successful completion of the course, you can confidently teach beginner as well as intermediate and advanced students.

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  • 300 Hour YTTC material
  • Yoga style: Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga, Yin
  • The science of Pranayama
  • Sightseeing / excursions on Sundays
  • Transfers from Dehradun airport
  • 3 organic vegetarian meals
  • 27 nights in a private/shared room with attached bathroom

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced


28 days with instruction
Airport transfer included: Jolly Grant Airport
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  • Free Wi-Fi

The school provides the perfect environment to gain knowledge of yoga and spirituality.

  • Attached bathrooms
  • Clean bed sheets, pillows, and blankets
  • Hot and cold water available for shower
  • Wi-Fi access
  • Essential toiletries
  • Personal wardrobe for safe-keeping


This is the perfect place to explore and deepen your yoga practice in India. With experienced and certified teachers, the 300-hour teacher training program provides a comprehensive and holistic experience of yoga. The course includes over 300 hours of theory, practice, and application of everything you need to become a certified yoga instructor. You will learn how to teach traditional Indian philosophies, anatomy & physiology, safety & alignment of postures, pranayama & meditation, and business & marketing skills for yoga teachers. The school also provides an amazing opportunity to enrich your life with cultural immersion and evolution within a strong yogic community.

Modules for the 300 hour YTT

  • Asana – Hatha (Iyengar informed), Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin.
  • Yoga philosophy
  • Applied anatomy and physiology
  • Pranayama and meditation
  • Teaching methodology
  • Adjustments and assists
  • Hand-Balance fundamentals
  • Introduction into Ayurveda
  • Business ethics
  • Ancient meditation techniques
  • Yogic cleaning poses (internal organ cleaning)
  • Science of Pranayama
  • Introduction of real yoga therapy

Schedule For This Course

A typical day looks like this:

  • 05:30 Wake Up
  • 06:30 - 07:30 Ashtanga Yoga
  • 07:30 - 08:00 Cleansing Process (Shat Kriya)
  • 08:00 - 09:00 Pranyama
  • 09:00 - 10:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 - 11:30 Self Study
  • 11:30 - 12:30 Philosophy
  • 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
  • 13:30 - 14:30 Rest Time
  • 14:30 - 15:30 Anatomy
  • 15:30 - 16:30 Ayurveda
  • 16:30 - 18:00 Classical Hatha Yoga
  • 18:15 - 19:15 Meditation
  • 19:30 - 20:30 Dinner
  • 21:00 Lights off

Syllabus For This Course

Ashtanga Vinyasa

In the 20th century, K.pattabhi Jois has developed a modern-day form of classical Indian Yoga called Ashtanga Vinyasa. His teacher Krishnamacharya taught this form which is energetic practice with breath awareness and mindful movements.

  • Introduction to Ashtanga yoga 
  • History of Ashtanga yoga 
  • Awakening the fire within 
  • The breath of life 
  • Prana 
  • A Chakra contemplation 
  • Eight limbs of yoga and the practice of K.Pattabhi Jois 
  • How to do bandha in Ashtanga 
  • Drishti- Focusing the attention during movements 
  • Proper use of props and yoga instruments 
  • Sun salutation A & B (week 1) 
  • Standing asana series (week 2) 
  • Sitting asana series (Week 3) 
  • Finishing asana series (Week 3) 
  • Teaching practices (traditional & Mysore style- week 4) 
  • pādāṅguṣṭāsana – Big toes Posture 
  • pāda hastāsana – Hand under foot posture 
  • utthita trikoṇāsana (A+B) Triangle posture 
  • utthita pārśvakonāsana (A+B)- Extended side angle pose 
  • prasārita pādottānāsana (A,B,C,D)- Intense wide leg stretch 
  • pārśvottānāsana – intense side stretch posture 
  • utthita hasta pādāṅguṣṭāsana- hand to big toe posture 
  • ardha baddha padmottānāsana – half bound lotus forward bend 
  • utkatāsana – Fierce pose 
  • vīrabhadrāsana – Warrier pose A+B 
  • Dandasana – Staff pose 
  • paścimattānāsana – intense west stretch or sitting forward bend 
  • pūrvattanāsana – Intense east stretch 
  • ardha baddha padma paścimattānāsana- half bound lotus forward bend 
  • tiryaṅgmukha ekapāda paścimattānāsana- Reverse the leg, one leg intense stretch 
  • jānuśīrṣāsana – head to knee pose


At Prashmana the study of Ayurveda which is one of the world's oldest holistic healing systems, is incorporated. How health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and soul which resulted to promote good health. To understand the five basic elements of the Universe and how it is connected to the humans in the form of Life Forces or Energies. We will guide you to enhance your lifestyle with a little change in your habits and daily routine by adding Ayurveda and its properties.

  • Creation of Universe
  • Panch Gyanendriya
  • Panch Karmendriya
  • Concept of Agni
  • Balancing of Tridosha
  • Balancing of Trigunas
  • Concept of Panch Prana with Srotas
  • Understanding of Upa Pranas
  • Ayurveda - Panchkarma techniques

Hatha yoga

The word haṭha means force and thus alludes to a system of physical techniques. it is associated with the practice of various traditional asanas including their benefits, modifications, contraindications, along with the use of props.

  • Tadasana
  • Tiryaka Tadasana
  • Utkatasana
  • Virabhadrasana I
  • Trikonasana
  • Parivrttta Trikonasana
  • Virabhadrasana II
  • Parsvakonasana
  • Virabhadrasana III
  • Ardha Chandrasana
  • Padahathasana
  • Garudasana
  • Natrajasana
  • Utthita Hatha Padanguthasana
  • Bakasana
  • Eka Pada Bakasana
  • Adho Mukha Vrksasana
  • Vrischikasana
  • Vashishthasana
  • Vatayanasana
  • Paschimottanasana
  • Purvottanasana
  • Janushirsasana
  • Dhanurakarshanasana
  • Gaumukhasana
  • Merudanda Vakrasana
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana
  • Poorna Matsyendrasana
  • Parvatasana
  • Ushtrasana
  • Lolasana
  • Brahmacharyasana
  • Kukkutasana
  • Athavakrasana
  • Mayurasana
  • Padma Mayurasana
  • Baddhakonasana
  • Ardha Kapotasana
  • Raj Kapotasana
  • Koormasana
  • Bhunamanasana
  • Naukasana
  • Merudandasana
  • Gupta Padmasana
  • Baddha Padmasana
  • Sarpasana
  • Poorna Bhujangasana
  • Poorna Salabhasana
  • Poorna Dhanurasana
  • Matsyasana
  • Setubandhasana
  • Chakrasana
  • Kapotasana
  • Sarvangasana
  • Viparitkarni
  • Padma Sarvangasana
  • Halasana
  • Karnapidasana
  • Shirshasana
  • Urdhva Padmasana

Meditation (Dhyana)

Meditation is a practice where an individual uses various techniques to train attention and awareness inwards, to achieve mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state which would enable one to reach higher state of consciousness.

  • Introduction of meditation
  • Techniques of meditation
  • Breathing meditation (stage IV,V)
  • Nada yoga
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Chakras meditation
  • Kundalini meditation
  • Trataka meditation

Yoga anatomy and physiology

Anatomy and physiology of yogic practices with benefits and contraindications of asanas and pranayama for various disorders in the body.

  • Body organization with levels
  • Body planes
  • Body systems
  • Skeletal joints of the body
  • Bone health - compression, bone density
  • Anatomy of human spine
  • Spinal deformities - Scoliosis, Lordosis, Khyphosys
  • Muscle bone relationship - origin, insertion and functions
  • Anatomy of cardio vascular systems
  • Rile of inversions in circulation
  • Rotator cuff muscles of shoulder
  • Shoulder opening yogic sequence
  • Anatomical terminology or movements
  • Endocrine system - glands and chakras
  • Nervous system - Sympathetic and Para-sympathetic
  • Pelvic anatomy
  • Bone and muscles of. the pelvis
  • Pelvic opening sequence
  • Anatomy and physiology of Shatkarma
  • Knee anatomy and physiology
  • Overviews of mcl, lcl and pcl
  • Knee injury, common knee problems and yogic solutions

Philosophy and ethics

Traditional philosophy, concepts and history of yoga and insights from modern research and ways in which the essence of this holistic life-view can be integrated into a modern lifestyle.

  • Introduction to philosophy
  • Sanathana Dharma
  • Indian scriptures and texts
  • Indian cosmology
  • Introduction of Bhagwad Gita
  • Scriptures of yoga
  • Types of Karma
  • Pantajali yoga Sutras-Sadhana Pada

Yoga therapy

Yoga therapy is a holistic approach to healing and well-being that uses the principles and practices of yoga to address physical, mental, and emotional health issues. It involves the application of various yogic techniques, including physical postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation, relaxation, and dietary and lifestyle guidance, to help individuals manage and alleviate specific health challenges.

  • Therapeutic principles
  • Psychology and counseling skills
  • Ayurveda and diet

Teaching methodology

A teacher should efficiently perform the practical applications of class planning and preparation. At Prashmana, the students will learn how to create a positive and peaceful class environment for an enjoyable and transformative experience.

  • Positive andamp; conscious communication.
  • Friendship and truth.
  • Time management
  • Qualities of a teacher
  • Principles of demonstrating, observation, assisting, correcting.
  • Use of voice in class
  • Mental andamp; emotional preparation for teaching.
  • Class preparation
  • Step by step class structure planning

Mantra chanting

The purpose of mantra chanting is to generate positive vibrations and connect with the universe. Each mantra is special and rich with spiritual energy.

  • Aum Namah Shivaya
  • Ganapati Mantram
  • Guru Mantram #1 and #2
  • Gayatri Mantram
  • Shanti Mantram #1 and #2
  • Maha Mrityunjaya Mantram
  • Aum Asato Ma Sadgamaya
  • Aum Purnamadah Purnamidam
  • Patanjali Slokam
  • Ashtanga opening Mantra
  • Ashtanga closing Mantra

Included excursions

  • Sightseeing / Excursions on Sundays


Sidhartha Arukha

Dav Jones

Jagjeet Singh

Sumit Sharma


Rishikesh is a holy city in India situated at the foot of the Himalayas. The city is also known as the Yoga Capital of the World and has been a hub for yoga and meditation for centuries. Every year, thousands of yoga enthusiasts from all over the world flock to Rishikesh to deepen their practice and learn from some of the most experienced teachers.

The city is home to some of the most experienced yoga teachers in the world.

  • Rishikesh is a sacred city with a rich history of yogic traditions.
  • The scenery in Rishikesh is unlike anywhere else, with the majestic Himalayas providing a stunning backdrop for your practice.
  • Apart from yoga values and perfect climate, there are even a variety of adventure sports available for activities such as white-water rafting, mountain climbing, paragliding and more


A true yoga practice involves serving plant-based sattvic food properly and cleanly. Food at the Maharishi Yoga Peeth:

  • Tamasic diet: Uncooked, juiceless, rancid, stale, and rotten foods under the Tamasic diet category.
  • Rajasic diet: Bitter, sour, salty, very hot, and spicy foods fall under the Rajasic diet
  • Sattvic diet: Juicy, smooth, stable diet falls into the Sattvic diet

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegetarian
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • 27 nights in private/shared room with attached bathroom 
  • 3 organic vegetarian meals daily 
  • 300 Hour YTTC Material 
  • Certificate of completion
  • Sightseeing / excursions on Sundays 
  • Yoga bag, yoga mat, notebook, and T-shirt
  • Transfers from Dehradun airport

What's not included

  • Flights

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by plane

Book your flight to Jolly Grant Airport (DED) in Dehradun. Transfers from Dehradun airport are included in the course.

Arrival by car

You can take a taxi from the International Airport in Delhi, or you can also book a taxi through Maharishi Yoga Peeth.

Arrival by train

You can also have a fun-filled ride on the train from Delhi to Haridwar. Get off at Haridwar station as it is just about 25 kilometers from Rishikesh. From Haridwar, you can hire a taxi, and if you want, Maharishi Yoga Peeth can send a taxi to pick you up.

Airport: Jolly Grant Airport Airport transfer included: Jolly Grant Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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