300 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course Program
300 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Program
- Duration: 28 Days
- The maximum participants: 15
- Type of course: Advance Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa
- Full board: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
- 27 nights accommodation
Satya Yoga Ashram welcomes all those who are interested in learning the traditional wisdom of Yoga to our 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (28 days).
During this teacher training, whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, you will develop a new vision of Yoga and have the possibility to share it with the world.
90% of the certificate is based on our lessons but student behaviour and conduct are also considered.
The certification will be issued by Satya Yoga Ashram, a registered yoga school with Yoga Alliance. Upon completion of the course students will be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (E-RYT)
The ancient art of yoga is a beautiful practice to learn! Satya Yoga Ashram brings out the true knowledge of Yoga. No matter what your level is, if you have a burning desire to learn about the true nature of yoga, then we welcome you with open arms to our Ashram.
One will receive the knowledge of Hatha yoga and will study the theoretical and practical aspects of Asanas, Pranayama, Philosophy, Mudras & Bandhas, Kriyas, Adjustments, Alignments, Anatomy, and Meditation. Not only does out course develop on the physical aspect of yoga is also serves as assists you in
to becoming a confident yoga teacher with uncondensed & vast knowledge.
Yoga Teacher Training Course Schedule
- 7am to 7.15am: Herbal tea/Drink
- 7.30am to 9.30am: Asana, Pranayama followed by Relaxation
- 9.30am to 10.30am: Breakfast time
- 11.00am to 12.00am: Anatomy
- 12.30am to 1.30pm: Lecture (Philosophy)
- 12:30pm to 1.30pm: Lunch
- 3.30pm to 4:00pm: Cleaning and Karma Yoga
- 4pm to 5:30pm: Asana alignment adjustment and practical training, (teaching practices)
- 6:00pm to 7:00pm: Meditation
- 7:00pm: Dinner
- 9:00pm: Lights out
Every Wednesday and Saturday evening: kirtan, chanting, free time etc. (These activities are optional but participating helps towards a distinct group harmony) 9:00pm lights out. Sunday free time.
You will study
The word“Asana”takes its roots from the Sanskrit language and means, “Yogic Postures or Movements”. Traditionally, we define asana as a “Comfortable Seat” Which refers to a seated posture used in Meditation.
Pranayama, also known as breathing exercise, is the foundation of any yoga practice. “Prana” means breath and “Ayama” means to control; combining the two: “Pranayama” means “to control or hold the breath”.
Chanting powerful, spiritual mantras help
s to unite the body with the mind. Whilst chanting, you will surely have a deep and philosophical experience.
Shatkarmas are basically six purification techniques that aim to clean the body, free from all diseases. Over more they improves the flow of prana throughout the organs of the body.
Yoga Mudras are hand “gestures” which facilitate
s the flow of energy in the body of an individual
Are various body locks used during a yoga practice. They are part of yoga Mudras
We also conduct theoretical anatomy classes. Anatomy is a term applied for the bodily structure of an individual, we use this science to protect individuals from injuries
There are many subjects of Philosophy, in this course we will refer to Yoga Philosophy which will include the systemic study of body, mind & spirit of an individual.
Our yoga teacher training courses focuses on body alignments. In other words it emphasizes on the performance of poses/asanas in an effortless state of body, according to the body composition of individual. Alignments are crucial in understanding any style of yoga practice.
As you observe your deep breathing, you enable your mind to find stillness for a few minutes, all the while keeping your mind away from unnecessary thoughts. This is what we call meditation.
We will focus on 3 main types of meditation: Traditional Himalayan Meditation, Healing Meditation,and Sound Meditation.
Our teaching methodology classes specifically aim to provide a nurturing environment for our students, create lesson plans, set the correct class environment and conduct classes of various yogic practices so as to gain enough confidence and awareness to build a favourable student-teacher relationship.
The Schedule of the Day
Our daily schedule begins at 6 AM. All students must wake up at this time (except in the case of an emergency.) The program above is merely a blueprint and can be subject to change according to need. All classes are held during 6 days of the week.
Yoga Teacher Training Location in Rishikesh
Equipment and Services
- Corner kitchen
- Studio Yoga
- Washing machine
- Car park
Things To Do
- Visiting temples and the Rishikesh town, waterfall
- River Rafting
- Ganga Aarti (Ceremony)
- Ayurveda massage and others
What is Included
- Shared accommodation with private bathrooms (28-days) In the Yoga town centre. with
- 3 daily meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Vegetarian)
- Visit to the Temple of the Rising sun
- Visit of Rishikesh town as well as other things
- River rafting
- Airport transfer available: Only from Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun
- All courses: Asana, Anatomy, and Philosophy
- Course materials: Yoga mat, Yoga books, and Neti pot.
What is Not Included
- Airport transfer
- Flight and train tickets (to New Delhi and Dehradun)
- Travel and cancellation insurance
- Personal expenses
How to Get There
DED Jolly Grant Airport : 16 KM from Rishikesh town
Indira Ghandhi International airport : 240 KM from Rishikesh town
Note : For international flights, please book your tickets for New Delhi International airport (IGI) located 240 km from Rishikesh town (training centre)
After that the simplest option is to take a domestic flight from New Delhi to Dehradun airport . We will Organize your transfer to the centre.
Cancellation Policy : A reservation requires the advance deposit of 500 euro of the total price.
The deposit is not refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
The rest of payment should be paid after arriving at the centre.