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28 Days 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh, India

B-183 Nirmal Bag Pashulok, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India

200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh India

Ready to jump into the ocean of deep knowledge to become a master in your practices,then you should definitely embark on this journey in Rishikesh, the Indian city that has its ancient and blessed energy generated by the Tapa (austerity) of the great yogis, which can still be felt in the air, and which is known as the international capital of yoga and therefore the cynosure among the world in yoga training. ShivSiddh Yog Peeth is one of the best yoga teacher training schools in Rishikesh, certified by Yoga Alliance, and has a very positive and friendly environment to pass the knowledge of this ancient science, that helps to build a personality in many aspects, starting from the physical control (school shariram), incorporating it with the subtle functioning of mind (sukshma shariram) and binding them to the purity of the soul to open the spiritual dimensions of one. The aim is to provide a strong knowledge of yoga along with the correct postures, meditation process, breathing techniques, and philosophy, giving you a strong foundation to go on to teach confidently with skill, or to deepen your own self-practice.

Meet the instructors

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Highlights

  • Daily yoga sessions
  • Pranayama and meditation practices
  • Yoga teacher training complete curriculum and materials
  • Certification to register with Yoga Alliance
  • Mantra and philosophy classes
  • Daily healthy nutritious meals
  • 27 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Styles


28 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Hindi
The maximum participants in the group is 20
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Accommodation

Facilities

  • Shopping
  • Spa
  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Café
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Luggage room / storage
  • Meditation garden
  • Restaurant
  • Special menu request
  • Yoga shala
  • Yoga studio
  • ATM / banking
  • Currency exchange
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Internet access
  • Ironing / ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • Newspapers
  • Tour assistance
  • Wireless internet

In Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth, they offer comfortable and modern accommodation. Rooms have all commodities of the highest standard. Students can choose between single and double bedrooms with private bathroom.

Program

Certifications

Students who complete their subsequent trainings are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).

Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth is registered with Yoga Alliance, and the course is based on a combination of the traditional form of Hatha and Ashtanga yoga.

After the successful completion of this course, students can learn the techniques of yoga to such an extent that they can easily teach the basics of yoga, the primary series of Ashtanga and Hatha yoga.

Topics covered:

  • Yoga Philosophy
  • Hatha Yoga
  • Kriyas (cleansing techniques)
  • Pranayama (breathing techniques)
  • Bandhas (Yogic locks)
  • Meditation
  • Mantra Chanting
  • Human Physiology and Anatomy
  • Teaching Methodology
  • Learning to teach yoga classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels students.

Course syllabus

Asanas (yoga postures) and Pranayama (breathing practice)

The practitioner will learn how to get deeper into the asana practice using the correct knowledge of yoga postures. Every yoga pose has it's on importance, benefits, and science behind.

So, to have this session you need not only to focus the physical practice but also to have a keen opening towards the balance of the physical and mental body. In this class, a student will not only learn how to do asanas but also how to maintain the physical bodies while engaging in a yoga posture.

This will give then self-realization also towards precautionary moves in their advance practice so if one is the beginner or an experienced practitioner, this training will shape both of them equally according to their level.

One cannot deny the fact which is over and over explained in the various yogic texts, namely that activation of energy is actually commanding the breath. You live as much as you breathe, this is a simple statement which, if you understand, it can get you actually really deep benefits.

This session will blow your mind by just activating your awareness of your breathing. Prana, a vital force in your body which makes you active and gives you enough stability.

Health can be affected by the unaware, fast and materialistic world, so in this session, you will also learn various traditional practices of breathing which will increase the health and control of the practitioner on a deeper level. These practices are known as pranayamas, the breathing exercise.

Bandhas

The Sanskrit word bandhas means to hold tighten or lock this definition precycle describe the physical action involved in the bandha practice and their effect on the pranic body.

The bandhas aim to lock the prana in a particular area and redirect their purpose of spiritual awakening. Bandhas should be practices and mastered individually only then can be beneficially incorporated with mudra and pranayama practices.

So, in this particular concern, the practitioners will learn the different bandhas, so that they can be able to incorporate them with their asana and pranayamas practices to awaken the psychic faculties to reach higher yogic practices. There are four locks as per the traditional explanations:

Jalandhara bandha (throat lock), Mola bandha (premium contraction/root lock), Uddiyana bandha (abdominal lock), Maha bandha (great lock )

Vata (wind), Pitta (bile / heat), and Kapha (mucous), explained in Ayurveda also attain a balance by these practices according to both Ayurveda and Hatha yoga an imbalance in the doshas results in illness.

These practices are also used before pranayama and other higher practices in order to purify the body of toxins and to ensure safe and successful progression along the spiritual. This 200-hour program is special as it gives the practitioners an overall flavor of the traditional aspects of yoga binding it with the awareness in modern times.

Shatkarama/Mudras

Shat means six and Karma means action. These practices consist of a six groups of purification methods. In a very simple way, this can be understood as internal purification by cleansing the waste that is stuck in the body and can cause several malfunctions in bodies.

In the practice of Hatha Yoga, shatkarmas are aiming to create harmony between the two measure pranic flows, ida (moon nadi), the left nostril and pingala (sun nadi), the right nostril. This harmony helps to attain physical and mental purification.

The Sanskrit word mudra is translated as “gesture” or “attitude”. Mudras can be described as psychic, emotional, devotional and aesthetic gesture or attitude. In this specific part of the program, the yoga students will learn different Mudras that are part of the yoga tradition.

Students will experience mudras as attitudes of energy flow, intended to link individual pranic force with universal force. A mudra may involve the whole body in a combination of asana, pranayama, bandha and visualization techniques or it may be a simple and hand position. In Yoga Teacher Training some mudras will be introduced to the students to give them a better strength in their practices.

Bandhas

The Sanskrit word bandhas means to hold, to tighten or to lock. This definition describes the physical action involved in the bandha practice and their effect on the pranic body.

Aim of bandhas is to lock the prana in a particular area and redirect its purpose to spiritual awakening.

Bandhas should be practiced and mastered individually and then they can be beneficially incorporated with mudra and pranayama practices.

As part of Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth's 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training, practitioners will learn different bandhas, so that they will be able to incorporate them into their asana and pranayamas practices.

There are four locks:

Jalandhara bandha (throat lock)

Mola bandha (premium contraction / root lock)

Uddiyana bandha (abdominal lock)

Maha Bandha (great lock).

These practices are used before pranayama and other higher practices in order to purify the body of toxins and to ensure safe and successful progression on yoga path.

Learning Objective

The main purpose of learning this session is to make students fully trained in different aspects and subjects of yogic practices, so that they can become more confident and focused towards their goals.

Asana and Pranayama practice sessions

  • 1. Dynamic Postures: Pawanmuktasana series, Marjala asana, Vyaghrasana, Surya namaskar
  • 2. Standing Asana: Tadasana, Vriksasana, UtthitaTrikonasana, ParivrttaTrikonasana, UtthitaParsvakonasana, Padahastasana, Garudhasana, Natarajasana, Uttanasana, ArdhaChandrasana, Utkatasana, Trikonasana, Parsvakonasana, Parivrttaparsvakonasana, Virabhadrasana, Parsvottanasana, Prasaritapadottanasana
  • 3. Supine Asana: Uttanpadasana, Vipritakarani, Matsyasana, Naukasana, Chakrasana, Sarvangasana, Halasana, Pawanmuktasana
  • 4. Back Bend Postures: Bhujangasana, Shalabhasana, Dhanurasana, Matsyasana, Ushtrasana, Kandhrasana, Chakrasana, Setu Asana
  • 5. Forward Bend Postures: Paschimottanasana, JanuSirsasana, ArdhpadamPaschimottanasana, PadaPrasarPaschimottanasana, AdhoMukhaSvanasana
  • 6. Twisting Postures: Ardhamatsyendrasana, Parivrittijanusirsasana, Kati Chakrasana
  • 7. Sitting Asana: Dandasana, Gomukhasana, Matyendrasana, BaddhaKonasana, SuptaBaddhaKonasana, Virasana, SuptaVirasana, Vajrasana, Balasana, UpavisthaKonasana, Ustrasana, EkaPadaRajaKapotasana, Malasana
  • 8. Inverted Postures: Sirsasana, Sarvangasana, Halasana, Pinchamayurasana, Adhomukhavrkshasana, PrasaritaPadottanasana
  • 9. Balancing Postures: Vrksasana, BakaDhyanasana, Mayurasana, Natraj Asana, Relaxation Postures, Shashankasana, Makarasana, Savasana
  • 10. Dhyana Practices: Breath Awareness, PranavaDhyana
  • 11. Pranayama Practices: Yogic Breathing, NadiShodhan, Kapalbhati, Ujjayi, Bhramari, Bhastrika, Sitkari, Shitali
  • 12. Yoga Nidra Practices: Visualization, Breathing Meditation, Chakra Meditation
  • 13. Mudras: Jnana mudras, Chin mudra, Gyan mudra, Prana mudra, Hridaya mudra, Kaki mudra
  • 14. Bandhas: JalandharaBandha, MoolaBandha, UddiyanaBandha, MahaBandha
  • 15. Shatkarmas (Cleansing): Neti, JalNeti, Sutra Neti, Dhauti, KunjalKriya, Sutra Dauti, AgnisaraKriya, Nauli, Basti, Kapalabhati, Trataka

Teaching Methodology

This session is very important and useful for the students, as they will learn the qualities of a good teacher, multiple teaching styles, basic principle of demonstration, observation skills, making correction in postures commanding instructions and learning business aspects of teaching yoga.

Learning Objective

The main objective of this session is that after completion of the TTC program, all students will be trained to teach with both, accurate instructions and proper sequence, and they will be able to deliver healthy and safe classes.

Anatomy and physiology

In this session, there will be an introduction of the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body and explanation of the various systems of the human body. Relation of five elements (Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth) and their existence in the formation of the body. Explanation of the functioning of sensory organs (Eyes, Nose, Ears, Skin and Tongue), action organs (Hands, Legs, Mouth, Genitals and Anus) and importance of their control in our yogic practices.

Focusing the importance of strength of cells and tissues in the formation and regulation of human life. Introduction of Nervous System, Endocrine System, Muscular-skeletal System, Cardio-respiratory System, Digestive System, Excretory System and Immune System and their incorporation with yogic practices.

In this session, the relation between the human systems and the spiritual anatomy, like chakras, nadis, panchprana, panchkoshas, etc,.is also an important focus, so that the students may deepen their practices. Thus, an introduction of spiritual anatomy and the relation with the scientific anatomy will be there.

Learning Objective

After the completion of the course, it will be very easy for the students to apply all the techniques and aspects of the yogic practices to their bodies and to teach others about their bodies. Overall, after this session, it will be easier for the students to incorporate their physical and mental energies.

Yoga Philosophy

The philosophy class covers the brief history about the origin of yoga, as well as about the founder of yoga. Understanding the yogic lifestyle and health are the other important associative subjects of this session, to make students fully accept the yogic practices.

Besides these, the session will also focus on the vedic knowledge, which covers Ashtanga Yoga (PatanjaliYog Sutras), Chakras, Samkhya Philosophy (three types of pains), Hatha YogPradipika (Hatha Yoga Rules), Mudras, Bandhas, Nad Yoga, Karma Yoga in Bhagwad Gita, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga.

Devotion towards the Gurus and discipline in Yoga are also the essential teachings in this session, to build devotion in the trainees. Another topic is teaching the Yoga Philosophy to the trainees according to its relation with both, the Indian and the Western Philosophy.

Learning Objective

This is one of the most important sessions for the trainees, firstly, because it is giving knowledge about the correct origin and about foundation of yoga, so that they can easily understand its ethical values.

Secondly, building of a proper lifestyle as a yogi is also very important for the trainees because as one enters in the field of yoga it becomes mandatory to have a proper path. In this session, having knowledge about the different types of yoga will help the trainees to increase their concentration towards the right path to attain light.

Finally, this will make the trainees create discipline and dedication in their lives towards their practices, which will lead towards the perfection in their actions and will, certainly, help them to become successful teachers.

Practicum (workshop)

This session ensures that the students can get the best out of the training. As Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth's main focus is to prepare quality teachers, this session will include the trainees to apply theirs practices as teachers.

Students will use this particular time in their course to act as lead trainers, which will increase their confidence to teach and to develop and adapt their personalities as a complete yoga teachers.

Every teacher has a specific style of making one's class structured so this will be helpful for each student to explore their inner enthusiasm, as a teacher, and different skills they can develop in sequencing their classes with enough adaption according to the level of experience and ability.

Learning Objective

The very main objective of this session is to build self-confidence in the trainees and make them stable and sharp in their teaching, so that they can become successful in their careers, as yoga teachers. This is all about improving the interpersonal skills of the trainees and to make them an accomplished teacher and a keen observer.

Sample daily schedule

05:45 - 06:00 Morning herbal tea

06:00 - 06:30 Mantra chanting and prayer

06:30 - 08:00 Shatkarmas and pranayama

08:00 - 09:30 Hatha Flow

09:30 - 10:15 Breakfast

10:15 - 11:15 Yoga anatomy and physiology

11:30 - 12:30 Yoga philosophy and Ayurveda

12:30 -13:30 Lunch

13:30 - 16:00 Rest or self study

16:00 - 17:30 Vinyasa flow

18:00 - 19:00 Meditation

19:00 - 20:00 Dinner

20:00 - 22:00 Self study

23:00 Lights off

All students are requested to be punctual based on the timetable and to attend all yoga course programs. No classes are held on Wednesday and Sunday. Only meditation classes and shirodhara of Ayurveda are held during full moon days.

Instructors

Pandit Sachitanand

Kushal Bisht

Mahesh Bhatt

Vinay Panesar

Devendra Dhaundiyal

Surya Painuly

Location

Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth resides in Rishikesh, the yoga capital of the world. The divine flow of the holy Ganga River and cool breeze of the Himalaya Mountains energizes every cell of your being. Rishikesh has a rich spiritual history. It vibrates with the energies of great yogis who have been meditating for thousands of years. It is a perfect place for your yoga teacher training course.

Distances:

  • Ganga River - 5 minutes
  • Jolly Grant Airport (DED), 15 kilometers - 45 minutes
  • Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi (DEL) - 6 hours

Features

Activities

  • Massage
  • Mountain walking

General

  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Café
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • In-room safe
  • Multilingual staff
  • Restaurant
  • River
  • Smoke-free property
  • Yoga shala
  • Yoga studio

Services

  • ATM / banking
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Internet access
  • Laundry
  • Room cleaning
  • Wireless internet

Food

All meals are served in Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth restaurant with beautiful view of Ganga River and Himalayas. Shiv Siddh Yog Peeth serve very light organic (Satvic) food to the students and all retreat participants. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are light but nutritious, vegan meals. Please inform them about any dietary requirements and food allergies you might have, they will be happy to accommodate all your needs.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

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

  • Organic
  • 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)

During your free time, you may take a stroll to the banks of Ganges river, explore the spiritual city Rishikesh, join the counseling sessions, or take a peaceful nap.

What's included

  • 27 nights accommodation
  • Daily healthy nutritious meals
  • Daily yoga sessions
  • Detailed teaching on Ashtanga and Hatha yoga
  • Mantra and philosophy classes
  • Pranayama and meditation practices
  • Certificate of completion
  • Yoga teacher training complete curriculum and materials

What's not included

  • Additional activities
  • Airfare
  • Airport transfer

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Jolly Grant Airport (DED). Transfer from and to the airport is available upon request.

Arrival by train

  • If you fly to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), from Delhi, you may take a train until Rishikesh Railway Station.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% 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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This training is available all year round, with arrival on the first day of each month.

Saturday December 28, 2019
(28 days / 27 nights)

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