A link to reset your password has been sent to your email

Intensive Yoga Teacher Training India

This one-month authentic certified yoga teacher training program will provide classes on traditional yoga, yogic lifestyle, dharma talks, and communication, steering students towards a more mindful approach to life and self-realization. The training program will enable them to face the yoga certification exams by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, with confidence and be certified yoga professionals. After completion, the students will also receive a certificate from Swasti Yoga Centre in affiliation with the Indian Yoga Association and International Ayurveda Association.

Meet the instructors

Vikas & Dr Shwetambari
Read more


  • Daily yoga practice and yoga theory lectures
  • Curriculum as per standards of Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India
  • Yoga certification from the Government of India to help advance your yoga career
  • 3 mock MCQ yoga exams conducted by lead yoga examiners
  • Mentoring and Apprentice Program
  • Daily Sattvic and vegetarian meals
  • 29 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Intermediate
  • Advanced


30 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Hindi
Group size: 1-5 participants
Hide all


Check-in Time:
Check-out Time:

Swasti Yoga hostel at Empire Estate offers 3 BHK spacious areas that have been built by applying the best creative options. It has an excellent blend of good location, fine planning, and perfect execution. It is set amid copious landscaped greenery that shelters the most advanced amenities and recreational facilities. With the imposing, grand appearance, Empire Estate is profitably situated very close to the Pune Airport and the IT hub at Hinjewadi.


  • Banks
  • ATMs
  • Grocery shops
  • Food joints
  • Jewellery shops
  • D mart shopping market
  • Carnival


  • Hairdryer
  • Air conditioning
  • Mosquito net
  • Kettle
  • Umbrella
  • Luggage storage
  • A fully equipped kitchenette with a microwave
  • A seating area with a sofa
  • Television
  • A shared washing machine



Upon completion, you will receive a certification accredited by Swasti Yoga Center.

Curriculum information

Unit 1 - Introduction to yoga and yogic practices

  • 1.1 Yoga: Etymology, definitions (Patanjala Yoga Sutra, Bhagwad Gita & Kathopanishad), aim, objectives, and misconceptions
  • 1.2 Yoga: Its origin, history, and development
  • 1.3 Brief introduction to Samkhya and Yoga Darshana
  • 1.4 Life sketched and teachings of yoga masters (Maharishi Ramana, Shri Aurobindo Swami Vivekananda, Swami Dayananda Saraswati)
  • 1.5 Principles of yoga and practices of healthy living
  • 1.6 Principles and practices of Jnana yoga
  • 1.7 Principles and practices of Bhakti yoga
  • 1.8 Principles and practices of Karma yoga
  • 1.9 Concept and principles of Sukshma Vyayama, Sthula Vyayama, Surya Namaskara, and their significance in Yoga Sadhana
  • 1.10 Concept and principles of Shatkarma: Meaning, types, principles, and their significance in Yoga Sadhana
  • 1.11 Concept and principles of Yogasana: Meaning, types, principles, and their significance in Yoga Sadhana
  • 1.12 Concept and principles of pranayama: Meaning, types, principles, and their significance in Yoga Sadhana
  • 1.13 Introduction to Tri Bandha and their health benefits
  • 1.14 Dhyana and its significance in health and well being
  • 1.15 Introduction to yogic relaxation techniques with special reference to Yoga Nidra

Unit 2 - Introduction to yoga texts

  • 2.1 Introduction to Prasthanatrayee, Purushartha Chatushtaya, and goal of human life
  • 2.2 Yoga in Kathopnishad, Prashanopanisha, Tattriyopnishad with special emphasis on Panchakosha Vivek ad Ananda Mimamsa
  • 2.3 Concept of Sthitaprajna, Bhakti, Karma, and Dhyana in Bhagavad Gita
  • 2.4 Significance of Bhagavad Gita in day-to-day life
  • 2.5 Concept of healthy living in Bhagavad Gita (Ahara, Vihara, Achara, Vichara)
  • 2.6 Study of Patanjal Yoga Sutra including selected sutras from following chapters (1. 1 to 12, 2. 46, 3. 1 to 4)
  • 2.7 Concept of Chitta, Chitta Bhumi, Chitta Vritti, Chitta Vikshepa, Chittaprasadanam, and their relationship with wellness
  • 2.8 Bahiranga Yoga of Maharishi Patanjali (Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara)
  • 2.9 Antaranga Yoga of Maharishi Patanjali (Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi)
  • 2.10 Concept of metal well being according to Patanjala Yoga
  • 2.11 Hatha yoga: Its parampara, knowledge of basic yoga texts (Hatha Pradipika and Gerand Samhita). Relation between Hatha yoga and Raja yoga
  • 2.12 Sadhaka and Badhaka tatva, principle to be followed by Hatha yoga practitioner
  • 2.13 Concept of Matha, Mitahara, Pathya, and Apthaya
  • 2.14 Concepts of Nadis, Prana, and Pranayama for subjective experiences
  • 2.15 Knowledge of Hatha yoga practices for wellness (Shatkarma, asanas, pranayama, mudra, Nadaanusandhana)

Unit 3 - Yoga for wellness

  • 3.1 General introduction to human body and nine major systems of human body
  • 3.2 Introductions to sensory organs (Eyes, nose, ears, tongue, and skin)
  • 3.3 Basic functions of nine major systems of human body and homeostasis
  • 3.4 Yogic concept of health and wellness
  • 3.5 Concept of Tridoshas, Sapta Dhatu, Agni, Vayu and Mala; their role in wellness
  • 3.6 Concepts of Dinacharya and Ritucharya and their importance in well being
  • 3.7 Importance of Ahara, Nidra, and Brahmacharya in well being
  • 3.8 Yogic concept of mental hygiene: Maitre, Karina, Mudita, and Upeksha
  • 3.9 Importance of psychosocial environment for health and wellness
  • 3.10 Yogic concept and principles of Ahara (Mitahara, Yuktahara)
  • 3.11 Health benefits of Suryanamskara, Shatkarma, Asanas, Pranayama, and practices leading to Dhyana (as per the practical syllabus of the course)
  • 3.12 Salient features and contra indications of yoga practices for well being (as per the practical syllabus of the course)
  • 3.13 Knowledge of common diseases; their prevention and management by yoga
  • 3.14 Knowledge of role of yoga in the management of non-communicable diseases
  • 3.15 Concept of stress and yogic management of stress and its consequences

Yoga practical

1. Prayer

  • 1.1 Concept and recitation of Pranava
  • 1.2 Concept and recitation of hymns
  • 1.3 Selected universal prayers, invocations, and Nishpatti Bhava

2. Yogic Shat Karma

  • 2.1 Neti: Sutra Neti and Jala Neti
  • 2.2 Dhauti: Vamana Dhauti (Kunjal)
  • 2.3 Kapalbhati (Vatakrama)

3. Yogic Sukshma Vyayama and Sthula Vyayama

a. Yogic Sukshma Vyayama (Micro circulation practices)

  • Neck movement - Griva Shakti Vikasaka (I,II,III,IV)
  • Shoulder movement - Bhuja Valli Shakti Vikasaka, Purna Bhuja Shakti Vikasaka
  • Trunk movement - Kati Shakti Vikasaka (I,II,III,IV,V)
  • Knee movement - Jangha Shakti Vikasaka (II-A&B)
  • Ankle movement - Pada-mula shakti Vikasaka - A&B, Gulpha-pada-pristha-pada-tala shakti Vikasaka

b. Yogic Sthula Vyayama (Macro circulation practices)

  • Sarvanga Pushti
  • Hrid Gati (Engine daud)

4. Yogic Surya Namaskara with Mantra

5 Yogasana

  • 5.1 Tdasana, Hastottanasana, Vrikshasana
  • 5.2 Ardha Chakrasana, Padahastasana
  • 5.3 Trikonasana, Padmasana, Vajarasana
  • 5.5 Yogamudrasana, Parvatasana
  • 5.6 Bhadrasana, Mandukasana, Ushtrasana, Shashankasana, Uttana Mandukasana, Paschimottanasana, Purvottanasana
  • 5.7 Paschimottanasana, Purvottanasana
  • 5.8 Vakrasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana, Gomukhasana
  • 5.9 Makarasana, Bhujangasana, Shalabhasana, Dhanurasana
  • 5.10 Pavanamuktasana and its variations
  • 5.11 Uttanapadasana,Ardha Halasana, Setubhandhasana, Sarala-Matsyasana
  • 5.12 Shavasana

6. Preparatory Breathing practices

  • 6.1 Sectional breathing (Abdominal, thoracic, and clavicular breathing)
  • 6.2 Yogic deep breathing
  • 6.3 Anuloma Viloma / Nadi Shodhana

7. Pranayama

  • 7.1 Concept of Puraka, Rechaka, and Kumbhaka
  • 7.2 Ujjayee Pranayama (Without Kumbhaka)
  • 7.3 Sheetalee Pranayama (Without Kumbhaka)
  • 7.4 Sitkaree Pranayama (Without Kumbhaka)
  • 7.5 Bhramaree Pranayama (Without Kumbhaka)

8. Concept and demonstration of Bandha

  • 8.1 Jalandhara Bandha
  • 8.2 Uddiyana Bandha
  • 8.3 Mula Bandha

9. Concept and demonstration of Mudra

  • 9.1 Yoga Mudra
  • 9.2 Maha Mudra
  • 9.3 Vipareetakarani Mudra

10. Practices leading to Dhyana Sadhana

  • 10.1 Body awareness and breath awareness
  • 10.2 Yoga Nidra
  • 10.3 Antarmauna
  • 10.4 Recitation of Pranava and Soham
  • 10.5 Recitation of hymns
  • 10.6 Practice of Dhyana

b. Teaching skills (Methods of teaching yoga)

  • 1.1 Teaching methods with special reference to yoga
  • 1.2 Factors influencing yoga teaching
  • 1.3 Need of teaching practice and its use in yogic practice
  • 1.4 Teaching aids: Meaning and need, role of language, voice, fluency, clarity, and body language in an ideal presentation
  • 1.5 Methods of teaching yoga to an individual, small group, and large group
  • 1.6 Lecture cum demonstration in yoga: Its meaning, importance, and method of its presentation
  • 1.7 Lesson plan: Its meaning and need
  • 1.8 Preparation of lesson plan in yoga, preparation of lesson plan for an individual and for a group
  • 1.9 Presentation of lessons in specific yogic practices: Kriya, asana, pranayama, and Dhyana
  • 1.10 Assessment of a yoga class (detection and correction of mistakes)

Daily schedule

  • 06:30 - 08:00 Yoga asanas, pranayama, shuddhi kriyas (yogic cleansing techniques)
  • 09:30 Sattvic breakfast
  • 10:00 - 12:00 Yoga theory lecture (According to syllabus)
  • 12:00 - 13:00 Mindfulness talk/Q&A and practice
  • 13:30 Nourishing sattvic lunch
  • 14:30 Free time to rest and explore
  • 17:00 Pranayama, meditation, relaxation session/yoga activities, assignments, mock exams, guru-shishya discourse/Evening program (activities vary; temples, historical place visits, bhajan, kirtan, cultural programs)
  • 19:30 Nourishing vegetarian dinner
  • 21:00 Lights off


Vikas Chothe

Dr Shwetambari Chothe


Called “Queen of the Deccan,” Pune is the cultural capital of the Maratha peoples. The city first gained importance as the capital of the Bhonsle Marathas in the 17th century. Pune exemplifies an indigenous Marathi culture and ethos, in which education, arts and crafts, and theatres are given due prominence. It is the birthplace of the poet-saint Tukaram (in Dehu) and Jnaneshvara (in Alandi), the author of the well-known commentary ‘Jnaneshwari’, on the “Bhagavad Gita”. Pune is lively and vibrant, which can be a great atmosphere and contrast to surround yourself in, when spending time focusing your energy inwardly and on your wellbeing through your yoga practice.


During this training, you will be served daily meals. Delicious breakfasts, lunch, snacks, or dinner can be prepared by using the well-equipped sattvic kitchen. (self-catered). Enjoy healthy satvik home-cooked Maharashtrian degustation food with famous dal bhat (rice and legumes), fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade yogurt, pickle dish, and traditional roti (handmade flatbread). Food is life-giving and enables you another opportunity to live in harmony with nature. The food choices matter to both your health and the health of the planet.

So, each day you will explore ways to eat healthier and consciously. (Mitahar, Yukahar for yogis). The cooks will prepare the food with utmost devotion and love and nourish all the layers of your personality. With the cultural experiences continuing we want you to invite you to learn Maharashtrian cooking. You will get to visit their organic Ayurveda farm, where you will get the freshest and most organic vegetables and fruits. The supermom chef will teach you how to blend spices and ingredients to get that perfect Indian flavor.

Pune, the seat of the Peshwas has retained its traditional cuisine and a special Pune meal would consist of Puran Poli (a sweet paratha with pulses/dal) Amti (masala dal), Pithla Bhakri (a masala chickpea gravy with a stiff ‘roti’), Varan Bhat (dal and rice), Matki Ki Usal (masala sprouts), Thali pith (a spicy chickpea-based pancake) and Alu chi Vadi (steamed and fried, sweet n’ spicy leaves).

Bakar Vadi (spicy crusty savory) and Missal Pav (spicy mixture of onions, chilly and small savory items, with bread) are some of the most delectable snacks. For those with a sweet tooth, Pune offers its Shrikhand (a burnt milk delicacy) and the seasonal Amras Puri (thick mango juice with fried ‘puris’) complete the traditional Maharashtrian feast.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Tea
  • Detox juices

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

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

What's included

  • 29 nights accommodation
  • Daily Sattvic and vegetarian meals
  • Daily yoga practice
  • Yoga theory lecture
  • Pranayama and meditation sessions
  • 3 mock MCQ yoga exams conducted by lead yoga examiners
  • Curriculum as per standards of Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India
  • International faculty with MD doctors, certified yoga experts, Yoga ambassadors
  • Yoga certification from the Government of India will help advance your yoga career
  • A program completion certificate from Swasti Yoga Centre affiliation with the International Ayurveda Association and International Federation of Yoga Professionals
  • List of certified yoga trainers will be displayed on the Ministry of AYUSH website

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Visa fees
  • Medicines
  • Ayurveda consultation
  • Travel insurance
  • Yoga certification exam fees of Government of India

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Pune Airport (PNQ). Uber and Ola services are available at the airport. You can also book your flight to arrive at Uber and Ola services are available at the airport. Prepaid taxis, Uber, and Ola's services are available at the airport. Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.

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.

Value for money
Accommodation & facilities
Quality of activity
30 days / 29 nights
from --
Minimum group size

This trip requires a minimum of 1 participants

Select your package:

For this organizer you can guarantee your booking through BookYogaTeacherTraining.com. All major credit cards supported.

Why choose BookYogaTeacherTraining.com

Largest Selection
Friendly Customer Service
Offers for every budget
Best Price
Don't miss out, join our mailing list and get updates & special offers!
Served by www:8000

Logging out

of Tripaneer websites