Project Description

The comprehensive Yoga Alliance approved 200-hours program runs for four weeks in our Ashram which is nestled in the lap of Himalayas and stunning landscape of Uttarkashi.

Although intensive, the course is presented with a traditional approach to yoga. It is a stepping stone towards becoming a yoga teacher and the training itself will give you a solid foundation in traditional Ashtanga Yoga as described by sage Patanjali with a focus on all the different aspects of yoga – Asana, Pranayama, Philosophy, Anatomy & Physiology, Yogic Culture, Sanskrit, Ayurveda, Pedagogy (method and practice of teaching), Sadhana.. However, you are expected and encouraged to further continue your learning process as Yoga is a vast subject and this program would make you even more aware of all the future possibilities in terms of learning and choosing your area of interest or specialization.

The program is well-structured and is delivered in an educative and refreshing environment where you will be encouraged, supported, and guided to achieve the most out of the course. You should be prepared to be mentally and physically challenged because classes vary from physically vigorous, restorative, and also critically analyzed feedbacks/suggestions. Only to make sure we leave no stone unturned in delivering the true essence of Yogic Culture which can be equally rewarding with the right guidance.

Course objectives

Through this program, you will be able to explore the ancient wisdom of yoga philosophy and gain valuable ways to share this and positively impact…

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The interested candidates are required to have an urge for knowledge and the capacity to participate and study intensively up to 8 to 10 hours a day.

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Asana is the practice of physical postures. It is the most commonly known aspect of yoga for those unfamiliar with the other seven limbs of…

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Daily Schedule

Each day will start with the cleaning processes or the Shatkarma followed by morning prayers, pranayama, meditation and guided asana practice. Everyone…

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Food and Accommodation

Pratyahara means drawing back or retreat. The word ahara means “nourishment”; pratyahara translates as “to withdraw oneself from that which…

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Fees and Payment conditions

Dharana means “immovable concentration of the mind”. The essential idea is to hold the concentration or focus of attention in one direction. Here one is…

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