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29 Days Intensive 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

Hotel Laxmi Palace, Badrinath Road, Opposite-Balaknath Temple Tapovan, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Yoga Teacher Training India

Rishikesh Yogkulam is offering this 300-hour yoga teacher's training course to provide a traditional style of yoga, comprehensive and genuine knowledge of philosophy, yogic life, asana-pranayama, anatomy, meditation-breathing techniques, mantra-chanting, spiritual life, and much more. You will learn from enthusiastic yoga teachers who have studied yoga, meditation, and spiritual techniques from yoga universities since their childhood. Rishikesh Yogkulam’s main focus is to have a small and intimate class setting for individualized and personalized attention from teachers, as well as creating an open atmosphere and special bond between the students, teachers, and Rishikesh Yogkulam’s team.

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Highlights

  • Daily yoga classes
  • Certified yoga instructors
  • Special focus on yoga teaching methodologies
  • Certification upon completion affiliated with Yoga Alliance
  • Daily mantra chanting, meditation, asana, anatomy, and philosophy
  • 28 nights accommodation in a school
  • 3 fresh organic vegetarian meals

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Styles


29 days with instruction
The maximum participants in the group is 10
Airport transfer included: Jolly Grant Airport
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Accommodation

Facilities

  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Dining area
  • Restaurant
  • Special menu request
  • Yoga studio
  • Car rental
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

During the course, you will be staying at Rishikesh Yogkulam in Tapovan Hotel Laxmi Palace. The school is situated in the heart of the Rishikesh, next to the famous hanging bridge and the holy Ganga River. The school is peaceful and surrounded by beautiful green mountains. There are two yoga studios, a dining area, and lift facility.

Rishikesh Yogkulam offers single and double rooms based on the student’s requirements. Every room has an attached bathroom with western toilet and hot shower, balcony with a mountain view. The rooms for the yogis are well maintained and clean. They offer bed sheets, pillows, bath towels, toilet paper, a blanket, and welcome amenities upon arrival. Good Wi-Fi is included on every floor. Water and laundry service is also available.

Program

1. Recitation of Sacred Sound (Mantra Chanting)

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

1. Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya (Mantra from Upanishad)

2. Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva (Sloka on gods)

3. Om Tryambakam Yajamahe ( Mantra on lord shiva)

4. Om sahana vavatu ( Mantra from Upanishad)

5. Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo maheshwara ( Guru stotram)

6. Yogena Cittasya ( Sloka on sage Patanjali)

7. Hare rama, Hare Krishna ( Maha mantra)

8. Vakratunda Mahakaya Mantra

9. Om Bhur Bhuva Swaha (Gayatri Mantra)

2. Yoga Postures (Asana)

Students will gain extensive knowledge of yoga postures and will increase their strength, flexibility and discipline.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Course Syllabus

1. Sun salutation A

2. Sun salutation B

  • I Padangusthasana - Big teo posture
  • II Padahastasana - Hand under foot posture
  • III Utthita trikonasana- Triangle pose
  • IV Parivrtta Trikonasana - Revolving triangle
  • V Utthita parvakonasana - Extended Side Angle Pose
  • VI Parivritta Parsvakonasana - Revolving side angle pose
  • VII Prasarita padottanasana A to D - Intense wide leg stretch
  • VIII Parsvottanasana- Intense side stretch posture
  • IX Utthita hasta padangusthasana - Hand to big toe posture
  • X Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana - Half bound lotus forward bend
  • XI Utkatasana - Fierce pose
  • XII Virabhadrasana A-B. Warrior

SITTING POSTURES

  • XIII Dandasana- Staff pose
  • XIV Paschimottanasana A to C Intense West - Stretch or sitting forward bend
  • The Vinyasa (Vinyasa to jump back)
  • XV Purvottanasana -Intense east stretch
  • XVI Ardha baddha Padma paschimottanasana - Half bound lotus forward bend
  • XVII Tiriang mukhaipada paschimottanasana - reverse the leg direction of one leg intense east stretch
  • XVIII Janu sirsasana A to C Head to knee pose
  • XIX Marichyasana A-D
  • XX Navasana - Boat posture
  • XXI Bhujapidasana- Shoulder pressure posture
  • XXII Kurmasana- Tortoise posture
  • XXIII Supta kurmasana- Sleeping tortoise
  • XXIV Garbha pindasana- Embryo posture
  • XXV Kukkutasana - Rooster posture
  • XXVI Baddha konasana A to B - Bound angle posture
  • XXVII Upavista konasana A to B - Seated angle posture
  • XXVIII Supta konasana A to B - Lying down angle posture
  • XXIX Supta padangustasana - Reclining big toe posture
  • XXX Ubhaya padangusthasana - Both big toes postures
  • XXXI Urdhva mukha paschimottasana - Upward facing full forward bend
  • XXXII Setu bandhasana - Bridge
  • XXXIII Urdhva dhanurasana - Upward bow posture
  • XXXIV Paschimottanasana - Full forward bend
  • XXXV Salamba sarvangasana - Shoulder- stand
  • XXXVI Halasana - Plow
  • XXXVII Karnapidasana - Ear pressure posture
  • XXXVIII Urdhva padmasana - Upward lotus
  • XXXIX Pindasana - Embryo posture
  • XL Matsyasana - Fish posture
  • XLI Uttana Padasana - Extended leg posture
  • XLII Sirsasana - Headstand
  • XLIII Yoga mudra - Sealed yoga posture
  • XLIV Padmasana - Lotus
  • XLV Uttpluthi - uprooting
  • XLVI Savasana - Corpse posture

Hatha Yoga Course Syllabus

  • Alignment, Assist and Adjustment
  • Surya namaskar (sun salutation)
  • Chandra namaskar (moon salutation)
  • 1.Bharadvajasana
  • 2.Lolasana - swinging pose
  • 3.Kukkutasana - rooster pose
  • 4.Sarpasana - snake pose
  • 5.Shalabhasana - locust pose
  • 6.Dhanurasana - bow pose
  • 7.Paschimottanasana - seated forward bend
  • 8.Janu sirshasana - head to knee pose
  • 9.Parivirta janu sirshasana - revolving head to knee pose
  • 10.Sarvangasana - shoulder stand
  • 11.Padam sarvangasana - shoulder stand lotus pose
  • 12.Sirshasana - Headstand
  • 13.Natarajasana - lord shiva’s pose
  • 14.Utthita hasta padangusthasana
  • 15.Naukasana - Boat pose
  • 16.Vatayanasana - horse face pose
  • 17.Mayurasana - peacock pose
  • 18.Koormasana - tortoise pose
  • 19.Chakrasana - wheel pose
  • 20.Hanumanasana - monkey pose
  • 21.Agnistambhasana - fire log pose
  • 22.Brahmacharyasana - celibate’s pose
  • 23.Astavakrasana - eight-twists pose
  • 24.Ek pada sirasana - one foot to head pose
  • 25.Chaturanga Dandasana
  • 26.Pincha Mayurasana - Feathered Peacock Pose
  • 27.Eka Pada Koundinyasana - sage koundinyasana
  • 28.Handstand - Adho Mukha Vrksasana
  • 29.Ardha Pincha Mayurasana - dolphin pose
  • 30.Makara Adho Mukha Svanasana - dolphin plank pose
  • 31.Bakasana - crow pose
  • 32.Ek pada bakasana - one leg crow
  • 33.Utthan Pristhasana - lizard pose
  • 34.Pashasana - Noose Pose
  • 35.Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana - sundial or compass pose
  • 36.Titibasana - fire fly pose
  • 37.Parshva bakasana - side crow

3. Pranayama (Breathing Practices)

  • 1. Introduction of Paranayama
  • 2. The pranic body
  • a. Annamaya kosha
  • b. Manomaya kosha
  • c. Pranamaya Kosha
  • d. Vijnanamaya Kosha
  • e. Anandamaya Kosha
  • 3. Natural Breathing
  • 4. Abdominal Breathing
  • 5. Thoracic Breathing
  • 6. Clavicular Breathing
  • 7. Yogic breathing
  • 8. Nadi shodhana Pranayama &
  • It techniques
  • 9. Sheetali Pranayama &
  • It techniques
  • 10. Sheetkari pranayama
  • 11. Bhramari pranayama
  • 12. Ujjayi pranayama
  • 13. Bhastika Pranayama
  • 14. Kapalbhati Pranayama
  • 15. Moorchha Pranayama
  • 16. Surya Bheda Pranayama
  • 17. Chandra bhedana pranayama
  • 18. Swana pranayama

4. Mudra (Yoga Gestures)

The practice of Mudra hand gestures is an ancient facet of yoga. Performing gestures effects the energy flow of the body and can change a person's spiritual and mental characteristics.

  • 1. Introduction of Mudras
  • 2. Jnana & Chin mudra
  • 3. Yoni mudra
  • 4. Bhairava mudra
  • 5. Hridaya mudra
  • 6. Khechari Mudra
  • 7. Nasikagra mudra
  • 7. Shambhavi mudra

5. Bandhas (Energy Lock)

The practice of Bandhas expands the lung capacity and breathing capabilities during yoga. It also strengthens the entire body from the inside out.

  • 1.Introduction to bandha
  • 2.Jalandhara bandha
  • 3.Moola bandha
  • 4.Uddiyana bandha
  • 5.Maha bandha

6. Meditation (Dhyana)

Meditation is a systematic practice that promotes physical, mental and emotional tranquility with the purpose of reaching Samadhi (self-realization).

  • Introduction to Meditation. Meditation, Why? Meditation and Brain waves Meditation and its effect on Stress ManagementObstacles in *Meditation Role of concentration in Meditation and tips for developing concentration
  • Meditation on Body and BreathOm / Mantra MeditationAntat and Bahir TratakaDynamic meditation tips for silence meditation practice Japa *Meditation Ajapa japa Antar mounaNada Meditation

7. Yoga Nidra (Psychic Sleep)

When a yoga practitioner moves through the various internal states of Yoga Nidra, a profound experience of relaxation occurs. This is called "Turiya," a sensation of pure bliss.

  • Basic relaxation
  • Tension relaxation
  • Full body relaxation

8. Yoga Cleansing (Shatkarma)

Yogic cleansing exercises are important to learn how to incorporate your breath and meditate properly during physical aspects of yoga. It also removes the blockages in the energy channels.

  • Jalaneti Satkarma (Nasal cleansing with salty water)
  • Rubber neti (Nasal cleansing with a rubber string)
  • Agnisar Kriya Nauli Kriya Kapalbhati Cleansing

9. Anatomy and Physiology (Sharir Vijnan)

Proper understanding of the physical body will help to prevent injury before, during and after practice. There are two kinds of yoga anatomy: physical and spiritual. Understanding both types is needed.

  • Digestive system
  • Respiratory System
  • Circulatory System
  • Nervous System
  • Endocrine System
  • Organs Bodily systems

Detailed Study:

  • Effects of Pranayama in respiratory system
  • Effects of yoga practice and Nauli in digestive system
  • Muscular and skeletal system with advanced postures
  • Anatomy of Pelvic griddle and spineNadis - The Energy ChannelPrana and Nervous system Kundalini *ShaktiChakraPanchakoshaTherapeutic Applications of Yoga Postures and How to avoid injury in asana class

10. Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshana)

Yoga Philosophy is the foundation of our yoga practice and is the key to earn yogic strength. Through the path of Vedanta Philosophy, you will establish a solid, well-rounded yoga practice.

Patanjali yoga sutras

  • 1. CHAPTER 1- Samadhi pada
  • 2. CHAPTER 2- Sadhana Pada

11. Yoga Therapy

Incorporating therapeutic yoga practices helps to address various physical, mental and emotional disorders. Students will learn techniques for combatting these issues through yoga.

  • Shathkarma
  • Therapeutical Effects of Shathkarma
  • Kati Vasti
  • Tridosha (Explanation of Tridosha)
  • Food Habits as per Tridosha
  • Nadi Parikshan
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Respiratory diseases - diseases related to Respiration
  • Yog Nidra
  • Pranayam and its effects
  • Eyes diseases
  • Heart diseases
  • Heart opening session
  • Video session on Awakening of Kundalini

12. Teaching Practice (Adhyapanam)

Students will take turns practicing their teaching skills by performing in front of their peers and teachers.

  • Demonstration
  • Alignment
  • Instructions

13. Teaching Methodology

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

  • 1. Positive & conscious communication
  • 2. Friendship and trust
  • 3. Time management
  • 4. Qualities of a teacher
  • 5. Principles of demonstrating, observation, assisting, correcting
  • 6. Use of voice in class
  • 7. Mental & emotional preparation for teaching
  • 8. Class preparation
  • 9. Step by step class structure planning

Sample of daily schedule

  • 05:30 Morning bell
  • 05.30 - 06:00 Cleansing / chanting
  • 06:00 - 07:30 Hatha yoga
  • 07:45 - 08:45 Pranayama
  • 08:45 - 09:45 Breakfast
  • 10:00 - 11:00 Yoga philosophy
  • 11:15 - 12:15 Alignment and adjustment
  • 12:30 - 13:30 Yoga teaching methodology
  • 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch
  • 14:30 - 15:30 Self-study / rest
  • 15:30 - 16:30 Yoga anatomy and physiology
  • 16:45 - 18:15 Ashtanga Vinyasa
  • 18:30 - 19:30 Meditation
  • 19:30 - 20:30 Dinner
  • 21:00 Lights off

Included excursions

During this retreat, you will be enjoying a different trip or extra-curricular activity, on each day, as below:

  • Famous Parthmarth Niketan Aarti
  • White river rafting
  • Himalayan tour
  • Local market tour in Rishikesh
  • Waterfall trekking
  • Sightseeing of the famous ghats (river sides)

Instructors

Yogacharya Dhirendra Bisht

Amit Payal

Anant Jethuri

Yogacharya Mandeep Ji

Yogacharya Surendra ji

Yogacharya Yashpal Kaintura

Location

The school is situated in the heart of Rishikesh, next to the famous hanging bridge and the holy Ganga (the holy river). The school is peaceful and surrounded by beautiful green mountains. Everything is close to the school, such as shops, cafes, restaurants, ATM, healthcare, organic stores.

Food

Daily freshly made vegetarian meals are included in the price. The food is fully prepared hygienically and the vegetables are organic. Rishikesh Yogkulam food is well known all around the world for its taste and verities. When diet is wrong medicine is of no use. When diet is correct medicine is of no need - Ayurvedic proverb.

Many poeple wonder if it is enough just to practice yoga. In itself, practicing yoga is not just a healthy life but at Rishikesh Yogkulam, they believe that it is also a way of living. But when complemented with the healthy food habits, it can really create wonders. In fact, eating the right food is an essential part of living a yogic life.

What you eat not only influences your physical well being but also your emotions and thoughts. Yoga does not dissect food into proteins, carbohydrates or fats, instead, it classifies them according to the effect they have on the body and mind, into three types - Satva, Rajas, and Tamas.

Tamasic food is the kind of food which makes you lethargic or sluggish, while Rajasic food is that which brings about activity or restlessness. Whereas, Sattvic food is the kind which makes you feel light, energetic, and enthusiastic.

Sattvic foods are those which purify the body and calm the mind. They stimulate the body and mind into action. Cooked food that is consumed within 3 - 4 hours can be considered Sattvic. Menus at the center are created by their master chef Sandeep Semwal who had worked with some of the best five-star hotels around the world and carries great knowledge about Sattvic diet.

Along with this, he focuses on hygiene practices at the institution to ensure the food is safe and carries great nutritional values which is much needed for a healthy life. Not just the right kind of food is important, it is vital to eat the proper quantity of food at the right time.

Overindulging leads to lethargy while under eating will not provide enough nourishment. Most of the times you know that your stomach is full but tempted by the taste buds, you tend to indulge. The right amount of food cannot be quantified into cups or grams. When you listen to your body attentively, you will know when exactly to stop!

You might eat the right kind of food in the right quantity but if you are irregular with your timings, then the whole system goes for a toss and the natural rhythm of the body is hampered. Therefore, it is of prime importance to eat food at the same time every day and eat it at regular intervals.

It is said that the state of the mind of the person cooking / eating also affects the food. The energy in the food cooked by someone while he / she was angry will definitely be lower than that of someone who cooked it with a feeling of love, contentment, and gratitude.

Listening to some soothing music or chanting while cooking and eating can help retain the prana (life force energy) in the food. It is definitely worthwhile to pay some attention to the food that you eat as the ancient Indian texts say that you are what you eat!

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Tea
  • Detox juices

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

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Raw food
  • Fruitarian
  • Yogic
  • Ayurvedic
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Below are some of the amazing things to do in Rishikesh. These activities are not included in the package but Rishikesh Yoga Teacher Training Center can arrange upon request.

  • Bungee jumping
  • Camping and bonfire
  • Mountain biking
  • Flying fox
  • Cliff jumping
  • Rappelling and rock climbing
  • Kayaking
  • Ayurvedic massage and therapies
  • Parasailing and paragliding
  • Attend Ganga Arti
  • Experience the traditional Indian culture

What's included

  • 28 nights shared accommodation
  • 3 organic delicious meals per day, plus morning herbal tea
  • Outdoor excursions that include some of the caves, temples, waterfalls, or local mountain villages
  • Use of campus facilities such as free Wi-Fi
  • Course materials will be provided
  • All activities as per schedule

What's not included

  • Private accommodation (250 USD supplement)
  • Air conditioning (100 USD supplement)

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), from where you can take a domestic flight to Dehradun Airport (DED). Upon your arrival, there is a complimentary taxi waiting for you, which will bring you from the airport to the yoga school at Laxman Jhula.

Arrival by bus

From Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), you can get a taxi to bring you to Delhi ISBT bus station. From there, you can find many government and private means of transportation to bring you to Rishikesh. Once you arrive at Rishikesh bus station, your complimentary pick up will be waiting for you to bring you to the yoga school at Laxman Jhula.

Arrival by train

The nearest railway station is Haridwar train station. From there you will find many buses, taxis, and other transportation services that will bring you to Rishikesh. If you want Rishikesh Yoga Teacher Training Center to help you arrange transportation from Haridwar, kindly let them know.

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 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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There is a special discount of 150 USD per person for a shared room for courses starting in June, July and August 2019. Offer is valid until the 10 spots filled up.

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