200 + 300 HOUR =
500 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN RISHIKESH
The combination of 200 and 300 hours YTTC equals 500 hours YTT. The 500-hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh is completed over 50 days. This course is highly recommended for all yoga practitioners since it is a perfect mix of the foundation course called 200 hours YTTC and the next level of practice and information taught in the 300 hours YTTC. The 500 hours YTTC is a highly well-rounded course where yoga practitioners can fully submerge themselves in yoga for extended periods. This means a more calm and focused mind and a more flexible body. After completing such a wonderfully intense course, your body and mind will indeed feel to make yoga a part of your daily routine.
500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh
A life-transforming experience in Rishikesh
The course makes it easy for you to carry this ancient wisdom and gift everywhere and always. In the 200 hours, YTTC students gain a strong foundation in yoga and the practice, including (but not limited to) asanas, pranayama, and meditation. The foundation course opens the doors to a much bigger world of yoga and will surely make you eager to learn and practice more in the 300 hours of YTTC. If you would like to teach yoga and share it with the world, you will, without a doubt, feel confident in your abilities as a yoga instructor, guiding and helping the people around you.
500 hours Yoga teacher training course highlights:
- Gain a better understanding of the ancient Hatha Yoga style
- Discover how important it is to incorporate yoga into daily life and see how yoga is still relevant in the modern world when seen as a lifestyle.
- Practice ways to calm your mind through meditation techniques.
- Gain control over your breathing patterns with Pranayama techniques.
- Learning about human body anatomy will teach you how to move your intelligent body and the functions of asanas.
- In the Art of Alignment sessions, you will understand how to modify asanas according to different body possibilities, limitations, and particular needs.
- Learn how to chant Mantras and discover the inner peace and calmness which follows.
- Learn how Mudras play an essential role in Hatha Yoga.
- Learn how to eliminate stress and anxiety with the help of Yoga Nidra.
- Purify your body using Yogic cleansing techniques like Neti.
- Learn how to teach a class and gain the tools and skills to do so confidently.
- Eat delicious and freshly prepared food three times daily, made with love and of local fresh produce.
- Experience India’s colorful and beautiful culture and explore beautiful nature on tours and excursions.
56 nights accommodation
Daily vegetation delicious meals
Pick-up from Dehradun airport
Study materials and manuals
200 + 300 hours (500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh)
The 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is mandatory before the 300-hour yoga teacher training course. The 500 hours YTTC combines the 200-hour yoga teacher training course and the 300-hour yoga teacher training course. We offer 500 hours of YTTC in Rishikesh by the foothills of the Himalayan mountains at our beautiful school Hatha Yoga World.
Who offers the Yoga Alliance registered Master level called 500 hours yoga teacher training. The 500 hours yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh, India, at Hatha Yoga World lasts two months. Hatha Yoga World is a 5/5 star ranked yoga school in Rishikesh and is one of the most reputed Yoga Teacher Training Schools in Rishikesh. With this certificate, you can complete an advanced course, register as a yoga teacher, and teach worldwide. You can jump into this learning experience as a beginner or a practitioner looking to deepen an already existing yoga practice and knowledge. The 500 hours YTTC will undoubtedly be a self- and life-transforming experience.
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500 HOUR YTTC
01 HATHA YOGA (TRADITIONAL YOGA)
Hatha yoga is performing foundational yoga postures. It is an essential and finished framework that helps the practitioner self-realize. Hatha Yoga is the traditional and first kind of yoga which gives you the real taste of the essence of yoga. When we think of Yoga, we tend to look towards the West and its various styles of Yoga. All these practices have one common approach: Hatha Yoga. This branch of yoga uses postures to preserve and increase the vital force (Prana) in the body and mind. Hatha Yoga is a worldwide known style that helps you to gain purification mentally and physically. The practice is a tool to grow spiritually through transformation.
02 ASHTANGA VINYASA
This style of yoga has been made famous by a man called K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century. The style is a flow where you coordinate the breath and movements. Asanas are linked together by performing a specific flow called a ‘Vinyasa’. Each asana in ashtanga yoga is part of a set sequence. The purpose of the asanas is to increase the strength and flexibility of the body. When practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa, five rounds of Surya Namaskar (sun salutations) are being performed. After the sun salutations a sequence of standing asanas are practiced, followed by a ‘series and a closing sequence.
03 Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa is a flow and the movements are practiced in coordination with the breath, which brings a sense of natural balance. ‘Vi’ means in a special way and ‘Nyasa’ means to place. The word ‘special’ explains the intention and choice behind a movement, the logic of placement and how the placement is arranged. Vinyasa is a fast-paced practice in which you experience a smooth way from one posture to next, using the breath and gaze for steady alignment.
04 YIN YOGA
A Yin Yoga practice is characterized by long static holds, allowing for a meditative focus, self-reflection, letting go of stored emotions and thoughts, to surrender and find stillness. It is a powerful self-healing practice. The two opposite energies of Yin and Yang are similar to the principle of the duality of Ida and Pingala Nadis, which are the channels we work with in traditional Hatha Yoga. The two energies can be used to benefit different people in different situations.
05 ART OF ALIGNMENT (PROPER ALIGNMENT, ADJUSTMENT & MODIFICATION)
In traditional Hatha Yoga, alignment is the key to practicing without injuries. Modification is the way to unite all level practitioners in the same session. You will be able to gain the full benefits of a pose, when practicing with the right body alignment.
06 PRANAYAMA (BREATHING TECHNIQUES)
Prana is the vital force; it is the essence of the entire creation. The word ‘Pranayama’ is a combination of the Sanskrit words ‘Prana’ and ‘Ayama’. ‘Prana’ is the principle of life or aliveness. ‘Ayama’ means expansion or the extension of the range of Prana. Pranayama purifies the energy channels and increases the energy flow within the body. There are many different Pranayama practices and we can adopt them as a part of our daily Sadhana. ‘Bhastrika’ can increase the level of Prana, ‘Nadi Shodhana’ can bring harmony in personality and ‘Bhramari’ is a tranquilizing Pranayama. By practicing Pranayama, we can learn to control the subtle energies within the body and gain full control over the mind.
07 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF YOGIC PRACTICES
Important topics in anatomy includes the skeletal muscular system and cardiovascular system. The skeletal muscular system is responsible for movement and posture and is composed of muscles, bones, and joints. The cardiovascular system is a complex and vital system that is essential for maintaining health and well-being. Understanding its structure, function, and disorders is important for anyone interested in Yoga, health and medicine.
Through meditative awareness one gains intuitive knowledge, which removes the boundaries of the conditioned mind, thus, bringing one closer to their own source. Meditation is a state of concentrated attention on an object of thought or awareness. It usually involves turning the attention inward to a single point of reference. In Yoga, it is seen as a means to spiritual mastery. Mediation trains the mind like asanas train the body.
09 YOGA PHILOSOPHY & HISTORY
No one knows exactly when Yoga began, but it certainly predates written history. Stone carvings depicting figures in Yoga positions have been found in archaeological sites in the Indus Valley dating back 5,000 years or more. The tradition of Yoga has always been passed on individually from teacher to student through oral teaching and practical demonstration. The formal techniques that are now known as Yoga are, therefore, based on the collective experiences of many individuals over many thousands of years. One of the earliest texts describing Yoga was made by a scholar named Patanjali. Patanjali set down Yoga theories and practices of his time in a book called ‘Yoga Sutras’.
10 TEACHING PRACTICE & METHODOLOGY
Be sure to have a balance of exercises in the class. Give the same amount of time to forward bends, backwards bends, side bends and spinal twists. Integrate hip-openers and balancing poses, as inversions. It is also good to have a list of precautions available for certain exercises. Ask new people if they have heart problems or back problems.
11 SELF PRACTICE
Self-practice means gaining your own experience, and this is key. It helps you understand the knowledge you have learned. You realize what you understand or not and accordingly you can move further in your practice. Discuss with your teacher what is next in your practice, or if you gain enough experience and confidence, you will feel what is the next level for you in your practice.
12 MANTRA CHANTING
Mantra chanting is a part of ‘Bhakti Yoga’ (devotion). It is a part of any asana class at Hatha Yoga World. A simple chant like “OM Shanti Shanti Shanti” is a powerful way to end a class. The mantra means ‘peace’. Another example of a chant is “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu” It means ‘let the entire world be happy’ and is a good intention to set any day.
13 KRIYAS (CLEANSING PROCESS)
The science of purification in order to achieve a state of higher consciousness. The first step is purification of the body. When the body is detoxified, energy blockages are removed. Examples of Kriyas taught at Hatha Yoga World are ‘Neti’ which a process of cleansing and purifying the nasal passages, ‘Kapalbhati’ which is a breathing technique that clears the frontal portion of the brain, ‘Trataka’ which is gazing at one point or at an object to develop the optimum concentration and one-pointed awareness and ‘Nauli’ which is the rotation of the abdominal muscles and it massages and tones the abdominal organs.
Ayurveda is an ancient and one of the oldest medical system that originated in India more than 3,000 years ago. ‘Ayurveda’ means ‘science of life’ and is a natural and holistic approach to prevent and heal disease physically, mentally and emotionally. An important aspect of Ayurveda is to know which of the three Doshas are most dominant in the body. The three Doshas are called Vata, Pitta and Kapha and are elements from which the body is made of.
15 KARMA YOGA
‘Karma Yoga’ or the ‘discipline of action’ is a form of yoga based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita. Karma Yoga is an important step in the processes of higher Sadhana. It cleans impurities of the mind and purifies the soul. Only when mind and soul are purified can one move toward higher levels of meditation or consciousness. In the course you will practice Karma Yoga by keeping your own room clean and helping with keeping the shared facilities clean by washing your dishes and tiding up the dining hall.
The syllabus includes Yoga Nidra (Yogic sleeping/relaxation), Bandha (Energy Lock), Mudras (Yogic Gesture), Kriyas, Yoga Philosophy, Alignment and adjustment of yoga poses, Yoga Anatomy & much more.
500 HOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING IN RISHIKESH – UPCOMING DATES
The 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh is available all year round, and you can join any month from January to December.
|DATE||PRIVATE ROOM||SHARED ROOM||Triple ROOM||BOOKING|
|MAY 05th to 02nd JUL 2023||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|JUN 05th to 02nd AUG 2023||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|JUL 05th to 02nd SEP 2023||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|AUG 05th to 02nd OCT 2023||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|SEPT 05th to 02nd NOV 2022||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|OCT 05th to 02nd DEC 2023||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|NOV 05th to 02nd JAN 2024||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|DEC 05th to 02nd FEB 2024||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|JAN 05th to 02nd MAR 2024||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|FEB 05th to 02nd APR 2024||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|MAR 05th to 02nd MAY 2024||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
|APR 05th to 02nd JUN 2024||2499 USD||2299 USD||2199 USD||BOOK NOW|
Fees & Registration:
The program costs, including room and board. The room and food package includes 58 nights and 3 Sattvic (Indian vegetarian) meals each day.
A deposit of $ 300 must be made through PayPal to reserve your spot.
The Confirmation Fee is 300 USD. This is non-refundable but may be transferred to any other upcoming Yoga Teacher Training course.
If you cannot come to our TTC after paying the Confirmation Fee you can use it towards any future course or program. The Confirmation Fee is the part of the entire Course Fee. The rest of the Course Fee balance must be paid in cash on the first day of the course either in Euros, US Dollars, British Pounds or INR, amount according to the Dollar rate on the date of payment.
SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE
|6:00 Am||Wake Up|
|6:15 Am||Ayurvedic Tea|
|6:30 Am||Net kriya|
|7:00-8:00 Am||Pranayama (Breathing) class|
|8:00-10:00 Am||Hatha yoga with proper alignment, Adjustment|
|12:00-1:00 Pm||Anatomy & Physiology|
|3:00-4:00 Pm||The art of Adjustment, Alignment|
|4:00-6:00 Pm||Hatha Vinyasa yoga (Flow)|
|6:00-7:00 Pm||Mantra Chanting, Meditation & Yoga nidra|
|09:00 Pm||Ligths Off|
- INCLUDED Things included in the Course fee
- MEALS OFFERED Daily vegetarian meals
- FACILITIES OFFERED In house help & support
- ACTIVITIES Other activities
What is included in the stay during the 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training course in Rishikesh at Hatha Yoga World
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.
Students will be encouraged to tap into something greater that will be influential in cultivating an authentic voice on and off the mat
Activities that help you dive deeper into the yoga practice