200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN RISHIKESH
Enroll in 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh and become a Yoga Teacher today
Duration: 24 days
Certification: Yoga Alliance (RYT-200)
Style: Hatha / Vinyasa
Course Fee: Starts from $799
Limited Seat: 10 – Because we never compromise with the quality and standard of our course.
Yoga Alliance Certification
200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN RISHIKESH, INDIA
Our every 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh course begins with a fire ceremony to bless a new beginning. On the first day after the ceremony, you will get a bag and T-shirt with a Hatha Yoga World logo print, a book called “Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha” by Swami Satyananda Saraswati, a course manual, a notebook, and a pen. During the course, you will get a neti pot to clean your sinuses every morning in the kriya class. On the last day of the course, you will get a Yoga Alliance USA certificate to prove you are now a yoga teacher. You will also get a Rudraksha mala from us as a gift and blessing for your future as a teacher.
During this program, you will be close to the Holy Ganga River. The Ganga teaches us to go with the flow. The vibrant nature and the dramatic scenery created by the Himalayas mountains bring powerful energy into existence. An energy that can guide you on your spiritual path.
Many people come to yoga classes with problems like lower back pain, knee problems, cervical problems, shoulder injuries, etc. In the traditional hatha yoga classes at Hatha Yoga World, you learn how to teach students according to their level of practice, weathers beginners, intermediate or advanced, and how to modify asanas (poses) according to different body types and the possibilities of different bodies. Learning to modify poses is significant because you can teach students of all levels about any issues. Our Hatha yoga teacher, Pankaj, founder of the hatha yoga world, is highly experienced in the yoga field, and he has been teaching since 1998 in both India and Europe.
Benefits of 200 hour Yoga Teachers Training India
‣ Learn how to build a yoga class.
‣ Proper alignment and hands-on adjustments.
‣ Deepen your yoga practice and spiritual relationship.
‣ Teach yoga with confidence.
‣ Healthy, refreshed, and flexible body and mind.
‣ Explore Indian culture, traditions, and food.
‣ Become a worldwide certified teacher who can teach internationally.
‣ Experience nature, Ganga, and the Himalayas
|COURSE NAME||200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING|
|Level||Beginners and Intermediate|
|Certification||Yoga Alliance (RYT-200)|
|Fee||$999 (Shared Room) | $1199 (Private Room)|
HATHA YOGA (TRADITIONAL YOGA)
This style of Yoga is the original and traditional Yoga. When we practice Hatha Yoga asanas, we perform postures, which give us a strong foundation and help us on the journey to self-discovery. The word Hatha is a combination of two Sanskrit words: Ham and Tham. Ham represents Pingala nadi, the physical force, the masculine and the sun. Tham represents the Ida nadi, the mental force, the feminine and the moon. Hatha is the balance and harmony of these two forces so that the third force, the Sushumna nadi, can be awakened. When these two energies work in balance, the Sushumna starts flowing, becoming the pathway of free-flowing energy in the body. Through practising Hatha Yoga postures, we gain benefits both mentally, physically and spiritually.
In Vinyasa, we flow from one posture to another in smooth transitions. This practice helps us to gain flexibility, strength and a feeling of a balanced body and mind. The flow is often fast-paced, with only one breath per movement or posture. This style of yoga is also known as ‘Flow’, and you move through a sequence of postures with one leg leading and then the same sequence of postures with the other leg leading afterwards. This way of practising is opposed to, for example, Hatha Yoga, where we focus on one pose to practice on both sides of the body before moving to another pose.
ART OF ALIGNMENT (PROPER ALIGNMENT, ADJUSTMENT & MODIFICATION)
At Hatha Yoga World, we are passionate about teaching this topic because it is important to understand how being in the correct posture or adjusting a student into the correct posture allows the practitioner to gain the full benefits of an asana. At the same time, the practitioner can be sure to be free from injuries if aligned correctly.
PRANAYAMA (BREATHING TECHNIQUES)
In the Pranayama practices, four important aspects of breathing are utilised. These are Pooraka or inhalation, Rachaka or exhalation, Antar kumbhaka or internal breath retention and Bahir kumbhaka or external breath retention. The most crucial part of Pranayama is Kumbhaka or breath retention. However, to perform Kumbhaka successfully, there must be a gradual development of control over the function of respiration. Therefore, in the Pranayama practices, more emphasis is given to inhalation and exhalation at the beginning to strengthen the lungs and balance the nervous and pranic systems in preparation for practising Kumbhaka.
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF YOGIC PRACTICES
There are many topics in anatomy, and it is beneficial information to gain and bring that knowledge into a Yoga practice. You understand how the body works and reacts to specific postures and techniques. For example, it is helpful to know how the respiratory system functions when performing pranayama. When you practice an asana, you can visualise how the skeletal system is placed when you have learned about the bones and joints.
Meditation is the practice of being present and mindful. It could be done seated, walking or even during gardening. An interesting fact about asanas is that we perform asanas to gain a healthy body free from disease and pain. Therefore, meditating is possible instead of only noticing the disease and pain. Meditation brings calmness to the mind, helps you to move inwards and deepen your spiritual connection.
YOGA PHILOSOPHY & HISTORY
Yoga is a lifestyle, so topics to teach and learn are endless. When studying Yoga philosophy, you will be introduced to the paths of Yoga like Bhakti Yoga (Yoga of devotion), Karma Yoga (Yoga of action), Jnana Yoga (Yoga of knowledge), Hatha Yoga (Yoga of the physical balance), Raja Yoga (Yoga of meditation / Royal path) and the eight limbs of Yoga which is a guide to live well.
TEACHING PRACTICE & METHODOLOGY
Being a Yoga instructor, it is essential to know each asana’s target areas, understand their function, offer modifications, and have dedicated self-practice to discover asanas. Other important teaching factors are clear communication with students and a gentle approach when giving instructions. Could you observe students to see if anyone needs props? Props can be used or not at all. While teaching Yoga, an instructor can adjust physically, but verbal adjustments are also a great way to guide. While adjusting physically, you can make minor adjustments like tilting the pelvis, modifying the asana or completely changing the asana to make the same stretch available to different body types.
Knowledge of postures, alignment, and philosophy gives you the tools to practice and experience Yoga independently. This means you can practice Yoga anywhere and use it in your daily life without dependent on anyone to guide you. Only through practice can we get better at Yoga and gain more experience. When practising yourself, you realise what you have truly learned and what you can study further. Self-practice means self-realisation.
Mantras are sacred words or sentences that can be chanted in meditation or during a Yoga session to set an intention. The well-known mantra AUM or OM is considered the most sacred and is chanted at the beginning and end of most ancient Yogic texts and in most Yoga classes. Om represents the sound of the universe. Another example of a chant is ‘OM shanti, shanti, shanti’. Shanti means ‘peace’.
KRIYAS (CLEANSING PROCESS)
The first Kriya introduced at Hatha Yoga World during the course is Neti. Kriyas helps to purify the body, and Neti purifies the sinuses and nasal cavities. Shatkarma means six actions of purification. These purification practices balance the pranic flow and harmonise the three Doshas to balance bodily functions. If the body is full of toxins, the system and organs are not coordinating, and it is impossible to progress on the spiritual path. The six purification practices are Neti, Dhauti, Basti, Nauli, Kapalbhati and Trataka.
Karma Yoga is the science of achieving perfection in action. Karma Yoga is based on a general understanding of Karma and reincarnation. It is believed that people are born with certain tendencies, both positive and negative, from their previous lives. These tendencies push one toward performing specific actions in the present life. Karma comes from the Sanskrit root ‘Kri’, which means to do, to act. We are active in every moment of our lives, continuously involved in action, and with consciousness, we can do good.
> Teach to ANY student (Beginner, Seniors, Advanced, etc.)
> Understand how to use props to make postures accessible for all students
> Teach Different Types of Yoga Classes (Multi-style)
> Learn how to create speciality classes and workshops
> Teach Internal Yoga Practices such as Meditation, Breathing, Mantra, etc.…
> Have the skills and knowledge to become an Authentic Spiritual Mentor
UPCOMING DATES AND SCHENDULE
|DATE||PRIVATE ROOM||SHARED ROOM||TRIPLE ROOM||BOOKING|
|SEPTEMBER 05th to 28th 2023||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|OCTOBER 05th to 28th 2023||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|NOVEMBER 05th to 28th 2023||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|DECEMBER 05th to 28th 2023||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|JANUARY 05th to 28th 2024||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|FEBRUARY 05th to 28th 2024||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|MARCH 05th to 28th 2024||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|APRIL 05th to 28th 2024||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|MAY 05th to 28th 2024||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
|JUNE 05th to 28th 2024||1199 USD||999 USD||799 USD||BOOK NOW|
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh is for those people whose schedules demand an immersion!
Over three intensive weeks, students will enter the yoga world and arise ready to teach or practice with more authentic knowledge and understanding. Each day’s training will be wrapped in learning asana (poses), yoga tradition, breath work, anatomy, meditation, the roles and boundaries of teachers and students, the subtle body, and much more. Out-of-studio hours include practicing yoga, reading, written homework assignments, and observations.
UPCOMING DATES AND SCHENDULE
200 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN RISHIKESH – FAQS
Q. WHAT IF I DON’T WANT TO BE A TEACHER?
A. No problem! The 200-hour training is perfect for those who want to delve deeper into the study of yoga and enhance their practice. It’s also great for students who want to have a transformational experience and to be a part of our thriving Yoga Community.
Q. WHAT STYLE OF YOGA IS HATHA YOGA SCHOOL TEACHER TRAINING?
A. This program is a multi-style yoga-based teaching method that balances precise instruction, detailed alignment, breath, and fluid movement. The course begins by exploring the traditions of Hatha Yoga and the Eight Limbs of Yoga, then evolves to dissect the various application of vinyasa yoga practice to meet the needs of different minds and bodies.
Q. I AM NEW TO YOGA AND NEVER TOUCHED A TOE ON A YOGA MAT BEFORE
A. Don’t worry… you take the first step, and we’ll help with the rest! At Yoga Hatha Yoga World, we aim to give everyone a beautiful place to connect with themselves and others. We foster a fun, welcoming and supportive community – and a place to begin your yoga practice.
So what will your days look like at this 200-hour yoga teacher training in rishikesh course?
|6:30- 7:30 AM||Neti kriya / Pranayama (Breathing) class|
|7:30- 8:00 AM||Tea Break|
|8:00-9:30 AM||Hatha yoga with proper alignment, Adjustment|
|12:15-1:15 PM||Anatomy & Physiology|
|1:15-2:00 PM||Lunch / Rest|
|3:00-4:00 PM||The art of Adjustment, Alignment|
|4:00-5:30 PM||Vinyasa yoga (Flow)|
|6:00-7:00 PM||Mantra Chanting, Meditation & Yoga nidra|
Things included in the Course fee:
> Printed bag
> Books on yoga, Course Manual
> Notebooks & Stationary
> Neti pot & Cleansing process materials
> Rudraksha mala
> Registered yoga alliance USA certificate
> All Yoga and Meditation sessions
> Excursions and outings
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
We provide yogic food, which helps you physically increase your flexibility and stamina; mentally, it enables you to be aware of your thoughts and breath. We are adamant about bringing our students nutritious, vegan, and gluten-free food.
> A light, healthy satvik breakfast, lunch and dinner will be included in all our training packages.
> Fresh fruit, porridge, Muesli and fresh curd,upma (South Indian delicacy), toast, butter/honey, herbal tea, and fresh juice will be served.
> A buffet-style lunch consisting of Delicate Indian dishes like lentils, papad, raita (made with fresh curd), rice, chapatti, fresh seasonal vegetables, soups and salads.
> Dinner will be similar to lunch and will be served six days a week
Students will be encouraged to tap into something greater that will be influential in cultivating an authentic voice on and off the mat
> Double room with Private bathroom
> 24-hour hot & cold water
> Three vegetarian meals ( breakfast, lunch and dinner)
> Filtered drinking water 24-7
> Free Wi-Fi
> Hot drinks 24 x 7 (All kinds of organic tea)
> Power back-Up – 24 hours
> AC and Heater – Extra Charges of 100 USD/month
> Pickup Service From Delhi – 75 USD
> Pickup Service From Dehradun – 20 USD
Eligibility to join 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh
We welcome students of all beliefs, backgrounds, and ages. Below are some essential points you should consider before applying for our 200-hour yoga teacher course in Rishikesh:
> Course conducts in English so you can Speak, Read and Write Basic English.
> The Applicant should be between 18 and 60 years old at admission.
> Applicant needs to provide Medical Certificate if you are undergoing any treatment or problem.