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Online Yoga Teacher Training

This is an intensive four-week study program designed to deepen your existing yoga knowledge and fundamentals. Emphasis is given to how to teach Ashtanga, philosophy, pranayama, alignment, meditation, and anatomy effectively to people of diverse backgrounds and cultures. This advanced program is very beneficial for yoga teachers for sustainable growth as professional yoga teachers. If you are looking to bring a change in your life by learning yoga for self-rejuvenation or transfer the benefits to others by getting a professional certificate and expertise, then Rishikesh Nath Yogshala is the perfect fit for you. You will be trained by world-class trainers who have world-class certificates and exposure.

Meet the instructors

Ganesh, Yogi Ajay, & Yogi Raghav
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Highlights

  • Self-Paced 300 hours multi-style certified online Yoga Teacher Training
  • Contact Hours - 90 Hours of live sessions
  • Non-contact hours - 220 Hours of Recorded videos, Study books, Self practiced and Self study
  • Flexible duration - Students can complete their course within 1,2 or 3 months
  • Live online sessions will be held over Zoom and sometimes Facebook
  • Online sessions' time-zone: Rishikesh, India (GMT+5:30)
  • Meditation and healing sessions and daily yoga classes
  • 200-hour yoga teacher training curriculum
  • Receive textbooks, manuals, and other printed course materials
  • Eligible to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion before December 31, 2021

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Styles


34 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Hindi
Group size: Maximum of 10 participants
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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
06:00
Check-out Time:
22:00

Program

Pre-application requirements

Students must have completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training course in any style to enroll as a student and prepare for more advanced personal and professional research on the transforming power of yoga: body, mind, and soul. The body is an impressive expression of geometry and bringing your knowledge of alignment to an advanced level will allow you to work with new and advanced students alike in a much more specific way.

Certifications

Students who complete their training before 31 December 2021 are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).

How the training works

Online live sessions will primarily done via Zoom and sometimes Facebook. You are required to overcome the theoretical and practical tests that are proposed and perform the formative assessment tests, which will be indicated throughout the course, in order to obtain the corresponding accreditation.

For good use of the course, the student will commit to dedicating at least two hours to daily study. Students need to know that for this course, they will be given didactic material protected by copyright. Classes have their established start time that must be respected at all times, hence, you're required to be punctual. A student may request optional reinforcement classes.

Sessions that are not conducted online will be done through pre-recorded sessions and self-study like PDF. All classes are mandatory, only in the case of an emergency or illness, one can take leave with teacher permission. Uninformed leaves won't be accepted and this will leave a bad impression on student monthly performance.

Curriculum

What is in Asana & Practice:

First Week: First three days of the week

  • Level 2
  • Warm-up
  • Sitting arm stretch
  • Sitting spinal twist
  • Sitting side stretch
  • Janu sirshansana (Head to knee pose)
  • Counter janu sirshasana
  • Bhu namanasana (Spinal twist prostration pose)
  • Pada prasar Parsvasana (Leg spread Sidew Stretch Pose)
  • Pada prasar Paschimotanasana (Leg spread Back Stretch Pose)
  • Pada prasar Paschimotanasana (Leg spread Back Stretch Pose)
  • Poorna Titali Asana (Full Butterfly)
  • Marjari Asana (Cat Stretch Pose)
  • Vyaghrasana (Tiger Pose) Stage 1,2 & 3.
  • Balasana (Child Pose)
  • Mountain pose Stretch (Calf & hamstring stretch) Stage 1 & 2
  • Dynamic Chair Pose
  • Tadasana stretch (Palm tree pose)
  • Swaying palm tree pose (Tiryaka tadasana)
  • Waist rotating pose (Kati Chakrasana)
  • Swinging while standing pose (Utthita lolasana)

Sun salutation

Standing Poses

  • Lord siva’s pose (Natrajasana),
  • Garudasana (eagle póse)

Sitting poses

  • Sukhasana
  • Thunderbolt pose (Vajrasana)
  • Camel pose (Ustrasana)
  • Naman pranamasana (Prostratin pose)
  • Thunderbolt pose (Vajrasana) few sec
  • Supine Thunderbold pose (Supta Vajrasana)
  • Balasana (Child pose)

Prone Poses

  • Advasana (Reversed corpse pose)
  • Easy cobra pose (Saral bhujangasana)
  • Cobra pose (Bhujangasana)
  • Triyak Bhujangasan ( Twisted Cobra Pose)
  • Balasana (Child pose)
  • Dhanurasana (Bow pose)
  • Balasana (Child pose)

Supine Poses

  • Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand Pose)
  • Alasana (plough Pose)
  • Matsyasana fish pose Chakrasana (Wheel Pose)
  • Shava udarakarshanasana (Universal spinal twist)
  • Jhulana Lủrhakanasana (Rocking and Rolling)
  • Savasana (Corpse Pose)

Last Three Days of the week

  • Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Sun Salutation A: Samasthiti

  • 1. Urdhva Vrikshasana: Urdvha Hastasana Upward Tree or Upward Salute
  • 2. Uttanasana - Standing forward fold
  • 3. Ardha Uttanasana or Uttanasana B- Half Standing Forward Fold
  • 4. Chaturanga Dandasana - Four-Limbed Staff Pose
  • 5. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana- Upward facing dog
  • 6. Adho Mukha Svanasana- Downward facing dog
  • 7. Ardha Uttanasana or Uttanasana B- Half Standing Forward Fold
  • 8. Uttanasana- Standing forward fold
  • 9. Urdhva hastasana or Urdhva Vrikshasana- upward tree or upward salute
  • 10.Back to Starting Position

Sun Salutation B: Samasthiti

  • 1. Utkatasana – Chair pose
  • 2. Uttanasana – Standing forward fold
  • 3. Ardha Uttanasana – Half standing forward fold
  • 4. Chaturanga Dandasana – Four-limbed staff pose / low press up
  • 5. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana – Upward facing dog pose
  • 6. Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog
  • 7. Virabhadrasana I – Warrior 1
  • 8.Chaturang Dandasana - Four limbed staff pose
  • 9. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana / Upward facing dog
  • 10. Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog
  • 11. Virabhadrasana 1 Warrior 1 on the other side
  • 12. Chaturanga Dandasana
  • 13. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana / Upward facing dog
  • 14. Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog
  • 15. Ardha Uttanasana – Half standing forward fold
  • 16. Uttanasana – Standing forward fold
  • 17. Utkatasana – Chair pose

Samashtiti - Starting pose or Even pose

Ashtanga Yoga postures meaning standing poses.

Samasthiti: Standing still

Surya Namaskara (A & B)

Sun salutation

  • 1. Padangushtasana: Thumb to foot pose
  • 2. Pada hastasana: Hand to foot pose
  • 3. Utthita Trikonasana: Extended triangle pose

Second week

First Three Days: Level 2

  • Warm-up
  • Sitting arm stretch
  • Sitting spinal twist
  • Sitting side stretch
  • Janu sirshansana (Head to knee pose)
  • Counter janu sirshasana
  • Bhu namanasana (Spinal twist prostration pose)
  • Pada prasar Parsvasana (Leg spread Sidew Stretch Pose)
  • Pada prasar Paschimotanasana (Leg spread Back Stretch Pose)
  • Pada prasar Paschimotanasana (Leg spread Back Stretch Pose)
  • Poorna Titali Asana (Full Butterfly)
  • Marjari Asana (Cat Stretch Pose)
  • Vyaghrasana (Tiger Pose) Stage 1,2 & 3.
  • Balasana (Child Pose)
  • Mountain pose Stretch (Calf & hamstring stretch) Stage 1 & 2
  • Dynamic Chair Pose
  • Tadasana stretch (Palm tree pose)
  • Swaying palm tree pose (Tiryaka tadasana)
  • Waist rotating pose (Kati Chakrasana)
  • Swinging while standing pose (Utthita lolasana)

Sun salutation

Standing Poses

  • Lord siva’s pose (Natrajasana),
  • Garudasana (eagle póse)

Sitting poses

  • Thunderbolt pose (Vajrasana)
  • Camel pose (Ustrasana)
  • Naman pranamasana (Prostratin pose)
  • Thunderbolt pose (Vajrasana) few sec
  • Supine Thunderbold pose (Supta Vajrasana)
  • Balasana (Child pose)

Prone Poses

  • Advasana (Reversed corpse pose)
  • Easy cobra pose (Saral bhujangasana)
  • Cobra pose (Bhujangasana)
  • Triyak Bhujangasan ( Twisted Cobra Pose)
  • Balasana (Child pose)
  • Dhanurasana (Bow pose)
  • Balasana (Child pose)

Supine Poses

  • Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand Pose)
  • Halasana (plough Pose)
  • Matsyasana fish pose
  • Chakrasana (Wheel Pose)
  • Shava udarakarshanasana (Universal spinal twist)
  • Jhulana Lủrhakanasana (Rocking and Rolling)
  • Savasana (Corpse Pose)

Last Three days

  • Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Half primary Series
  • Sun Salutation A
  • Samasthiti

  • 1. Urdhva Vrikshasana: Urdvha Hastasana Upward Tree or Upward Salute
  • 2. Uttanasana - Standing forward fold
  • 3. Ardha Uttanasana or Uttanasana B- Half Standing Forward Fold
  • 4. Chaturanga Dandasana - Four-Limbed Staff Pose
  • 5. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana- Upward facing dog
  • 6. Adho Mukha Svanasana- Downward facing dog.
  • 7. Ardha Uttanasana or Uttanasana B- Half Standing Forward Fold
  • 8. Uttanasana- Standing forward fold
  • 9. Urdhva hastasana or Urdhva Vrikshasana- upward tree or upward salute
  • 10. Back to Starting Position:

Samasthiti

Sun Salutation B

Samasthiti

  • 1. Utkatasana – Chair pose
  • 2. Uttanasana – Standing forward fold
  • 3. Ardha Uttanasana – Half standing forward fold
  • 4. Chaturanga Dandasana – Four-limbed staff pose / low press up
  • 5. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana – Upward facing dog pose
  • 6. Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog
  • 7. Virabhadrasana I – Warrior 1
  • 8. Chaturang Dandasana - Four limbed staff pose
  • 9. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana / Upward facing dog
  • 10. Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog
  • 11. Virabhadrasana 1 Warrior 1 on the other side
  • 12. Chaturanga Dandasana
  • 13. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana / Upward facing dog
  • 14. Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog
  • 15. Ardha Uttanasana – Half standing forward fold
  • 16. Uttanasana – Standing forward fold
  • 17. Utkatasana – Chair pose

Samashtiti - Starting pose or Even pose

Ashtanga postures meaning

  • 1) STANDING POSES: Samasthiti (Standing still)
  • Surya Namaskara (A & B) (Sun salutation)
  • 1. Padangushtasana: Thumb to foot pose
  • 2. Pada hastasana: Hand to foot pose
  • 3. Utthita Trikonasana: Extended triangle pose
  • 4. Parivritta Trikonasana: Revolved extended triangle pose
  • 5. Utthita Parshvakonasana: Extended sideways angle pose
  • 6. Parivritta Parshvakonasana: Revolved extended sideways angle pose
  • 7. Prasarita Padottanasana (A, B, C & D): Spread feet stretching pose
  • 8. Parshvottanasana: Sideways stretching pose
  • 9. Utthita Hasta Padangushtasana 4 variation: Extended hand to big toe pose
  • 10. Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana: Half bound lotus stretching pose
  • 11. Utkatanasana: Chair pose or Uneven pose
  • 12 & 13 Virabhadrasana (A & B): Warrior pose

2) Sitting poses

  • Dandasana (Chaturanga Dandasana)
  • Four-Limbed Staff Pose (staff means spine, body support)
  • Paschimattanasana (3 types)
  • West-Back (extended-intense) stretching pose
  • Purvatanasana
  • Est-Front (extended-intense) stretching pose
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimattanasana
  • Half bound lotus forward pose
  • Trianga Mukhaekapada Paschima
  • One foot transversely facing back forward stretch
  • Janu Shirshasana (A, B & C)
  • Head to knee pose
  • Marichyasana (A, B, C & D)
  • Marichya (Ray of light (of sun or moon)) pose
  • Navasana
  • Boat pose
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana
  • Elevated bow pose
  • Paschimattanasana
  • West-Back (extended-intense) stretching pose

3) Finishing poses

  • Salamba Sarvangasana
  • All limbs pose
  • Halasana
  • Plow pose
  • Karnapidasana
  • Ear pressure pose
  • Urdhva Padmasana
  • Elevated lotus pose
  • Pindasana
  • Embryo pose
  • Matsyasana
  • Fish pose
  • Uttana Padasana
  • Extended foot pose
  • Shirshasana
  • Head standing pose
  • Baddha Padmasana
  • Bound lotus pose
  • Yoga Mudra
  • Yoga gesture
  • Padmasana
  • Lotus pose
  • Uth Pluthi (Tolasana)
  • Sprung up
  • Shavasana
  • Corpse pose

Third Week

  • First three days: Hatha Yoga
  • Last three days: Ashtanga Yoga

Fourth Week

The whole week's Class is taught by students to each other.

What is in Shatkarma

Shatkarma's are the six cleansing actions explained in Hatha Yoga. These are specific to different body parts and organs, that help in getting rid of the toxics of the body. Following are the Shatkarma's:

  • Dhauti
  • Basti
  • Neti
  • Nauli
  • Trataka
  • Kapalabhati

What is in Pranayama

The word Pranayama is comprised of two words Prana and Ayama. Prana means vital force and Ayama means expansion of the vital force. The moment we are born and till the moment we die, the breath is the only aspect that is always present but we rarely observe our breath and become unaware of our breath most of the time. In this practice, we are going to focus on our breath with some of the breathing techniques that is explained in yoga and that helps in getting rid of unnecessary accumulation.

  • Nadishodhan pranayama
  • Suryabhedi pranayama
  • Chandrabhedi pranayama
  • Shitali Pranayama.
  • Sheetkari pranayama
  • Bhramri Pranayama.
  • Bhastrika Pranayama

What is in Meditation

Meditation is the uninterrupted flow of concentration. It consists of 3 main components:

  • 1. Dhyata(doer, the practioner)
  • 2. Dhyeya(object)
  • 3. Dhyana(the process, that is meditation itself)

In the initial stage of meditation all three components are present but as you progress through your practice, you will become one with the object, and eventually, the object gets dissolved and only the proc less is left.

This is easier said than done, as we all know that we as human beings have a lot of unnecessary accumulations from the materialistic desires that continuously give us thoughts gain and loss, so first we must learn how to sit still just being in the moment, we must forget about the past and should not worry about the future. On this note, we will start today's meditation and just learn to sit still for a few minutes.

  • Visualization meditation.
  • Breath awareness meditation.
  • Mantra meditation.
  • Yoga Nidra

Anatomy & Physiology

  • Respiratory System
  • Cardiovascular system Or Circulatory System
  • Nervous System
  • Digestive System
  • Urinary system
  • Excretory system
  • Endocrine system
  • Different yogic practices and their effects on the human body

Types of body movement

  • abduction
  • adduction
  • circumduction
  • depression
  • dorsiflexion
  • elevation
  • eversion
  • extension
  • flexion
  • hyperextension
  • hyperflexion
  • inferior rotation
  • inversion
  • lateral excursion
  • lateral flexion
  • lateral (external) rotation
  • medial excursion
  • medial (internal) rotation
  • opposition
  • plantar flexion
  • pronated position
  • pronation
  • protraction
  • reposition
  • retraction
  • rotation
  • superior rotation
  • supinated
  • supination

What is in Yoga Humanities and Philosophy

Gherand Samhita

It is a Sanskrit text of yoga in Hinduism. It is one of the three classic texts of hatha yoga,

It literally means “ Gherands collection” written in the 17th century It is divided into seven chapters and considered manual for yoga.

Hatha Yoga Pradipika

This book was composed by swami Swatmarama in the 15th century Swami ji incorporated older Sanskrit concepts into his synthesis. He also staled that it is a preparatory practice to achieve the higher state of meditation i.e Raja Yoga.

Yoga Darshan (Patanjali yoga sutra)

Yoga Darshan Literally Means “philosophy of yoga” it was compiled by great sage patanjali. It gives a detailed explanation of a yogic lifestyle. This text is among the six orthodox schools of philosophy of Indian Culture and tradition.

Shrimadbhagwadgita

The name of the book literally means "The song of The God". Dated to the first millennium BCE. It contains 700 shlokas (sanskrit verses) divided into 18 chapters. Shrimadbhagwad gita is considered a Yoga Grantha(yogic scripture).

What you will learn Professional essentials

  • Teaching Methodology
  • How to conduct a traditional Hatha Yoga class.
  • Visual Presentation
  • Sequencing
  • Time management with syllabus
  • Pace
  • Environment
  • Cueing (verbal, visual, physical)
  • Class management
  • Marketing techniques
  • Methods of assessments

Schedule for online 300-Hour YTT course classes (Indian Standard Time (India - UTC +5:30)

This time slot batch will start on the 3rd of every month. This is a 34 days program so the given daily schedule will run for 34 days and Sunday is the off-day.

  • Hatha yoga/ Ashtanga yoga (Monday to Thursday/ Friday to Saturday) – 1:30 hours (6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.)
  • Philosophy/ Anatomy (Monday to Thursday/ Friday to Saturday) – 1:30 hours (8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.)
  • Meditation – Recorded session
  • Shatkramas “Cleansing exercises” – Recorded session
  • Study material will be provided for Self-study
  • All the leftover lectures will be covered in live sessions
  • Doubt clearing sessions will also be provided on students demand

You can choose according to your time schedule, the other time slot will be

Schedule for online 300-Hour YTT course classes (Indian Standard Time (India - UTC +5:30)

This time slot batch will start on the 17th of every month. This is a 34 days program so the given daily schedule will run for 34 days and Sunday is the off-day.

  • Hatha yoga/ Ashtanga yoga (Monday to Thursday/ Friday to Saturday) – 1:30 hours (9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.)
  • Philosophy/ Anatomy (Monday to Thursday/ Friday to Saturday) – 1:30 hours (11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
  • Meditation – Recorded session
  • Shatkramas “Cleansing exercises” – Recorded session
  • Study material will be provided for Self-study
  • All the leftover lectures will be covered in live sessions
  • Doubt clearing sessions will also be provided on students demand

Note that all the timing is given in Indian Standard Time.

Instructors

Ganesh Negi

Yogi Ajay Bijalwan

Yogi Raghav Khantwal

Location

This teacher training is held online. Rishikesh Nath Yogshala is located in Rishikesh, India GMT +5:30), and they will live-stream yoga classes via Zoom or Facebook which you can participate from the comfort of your home.

Food

As this is an online course, no meals are included.

What's included

  • Contact Hours- 90 Hours of live sessions
  • Non-contact hours – 220 Hours of Recorded videos, Study books, Self practiced and Self study
  • Eligibility to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion
  • 300-hour yoga teacher training curriculum
  • Flexible duration - Students can complete their course within 1,2 or 3 months
  • Daily Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga
  • Daily meditation and pranayama
  • Ayurveda and naturopathy studies
  • Closing ceremony & certification
  • Daily yoga philosophy and lessons In-depth study of various cleansing activities
  • Textbooks, manuals, and other printed course materials
  • Free gift of 3 Hours Naturopathy Session

What's not included

  • Accommodation
  • Meals

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.

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