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Rishikesh, India is widely regarded as the premier destination for enrolling in yoga teacher training courses. Known as the Yoga Capital of the World, Rishikesh has gained global recognition for its exceptional offerings in this field. Individuals from across the globe flock to Rishikesh to deepen their understanding of yoga, delve into the ancient yogic discipline, and embrace the yogic way of life The 300-hour yoga teacher training program in India encompasses comprehensive teachings of traditional Ashtanga Yoga and Hatha Yoga. It is specifically designed for students and instructors who have already successfully completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training course in India (RYT 200-Hour) from a Registered Yoga School (RYS) affiliated with Yoga Alliance, USA. This program serves as an opportunity for them to elevate their knowledge and enhance their yoga practice to an advanced level. The 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training builds upon the foundational teachings of the 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training program in India. This advanced course delves deeper into the profound principles and practices of Yoga, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to become a highly effective yoga instructor. Upon completing both the 200-hour and 300-hour training, you can attain the status of a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500) with Yoga Alliance.
Within the 300-hour Yoga teacher training curriculum, you will immerse yourself in the traditional and classical exploration of mantras and yoga postures, understanding their significance in the context of yoga practice. A crucial aspect of this course is gaining an in-depth comprehension of human anatomy and physiology in relation to yoga, enhancing your ability to guide students safely and effectively. Additionally, this advanced program covers the techniques of body purification, enriching your overall yoga knowledge and teaching capabilities. You will have consistent chances to engage in seminars and workshops designed to bolster your understanding of yoga. Throughout the 300-hour yoga teacher training program, self-practice sessions will be integral in deepening your practical expertise alongside the theoretical aspects. Moreover, you will receive instruction on the utilization of yoga props, which will facilitate smoother and more comfortable execution of yoga poses. This advanced course not only equips you to become a self-reliant and impactful yoga instructor but also ignites a passion for self-improvement and inner healing through diverse yoga methods, including meditation and pranayama.

What is Included?

  • 27 Nights of Private or Shared Accommodation
  • Free Pickup from Dehradun Airport 1st of month
  • 3 Times Daily Nutritious Vegetarian Meals and Herbal Tea
  • 1 Full Body Massage
  • Cleansing Kit
  • Training Manual and study material
  • 24/7 support during your stay at the Ashram
  • Theoretical and Practical Skills
  • Wifi Access
  • Weekend Excursions
  • Kirtan and Movie Night
  • 24 X 7 CCTV Surveillance

300 Hours TTC Fee

Type Budget Room Standard Room
Shared Room $1250 USD/ $1150 USD $1350 USD/ $1250 USD
Private Room $1450USD/ $1350 USD $1550USD/$1400 USD
Couple's Room $1650USD/ $1550 USD $1850USD/ $1700 USD

Course Overview

Eligibility criteria for enrolling in the 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training:

  • You are an eminent yoga teacher looking to enhance your teaching skills.
  • You wish to refresh your knowledge in alignment, anatomy, philosophy, and adjustment within a dedicated learning environment with experienced instructors.
  • You seek a deep understanding of Yoga, meditation, and philosophy.
  • You have a strong interest in advancing your personal practice under the guidance of senior teachers and practitioners.
  • You hold a RYT-200 certification and aim to attain the additional benefits of becoming a 500-hour level teacher with Yoga Alliance.
  • You desire to boost your credibility and increase visibility as a skilled yoga teacher.
  • You aspire to contribute to the global growth of Yoga and expand your professional network

Best 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh India

Deepen your knowledge of yoga by joining the 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course at Yoga Capital in Rishikesh, India. For those who have already completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training program and are eager to delve deeper into their practice, the 300-hour yoga teacher training course is the perfect choice. This advanced program builds upon the fundamental principles and teachings covered in your initial 200-hour training, allowing you to gain a more comprehensive understanding of yoga and refine your skills. Our 300-hour yoga teacher training program at Yoga Capital is accredited by Yoga Alliance USA. To enroll in this course, it is a prerequisite to have successfully completed a 200-hour YTT certification. While the 200-hour training lays the groundwork for your yoga journey, the 300-hour YTT program at Yoga Capital helps you construct a more sophisticated framework upon it. Through a deeper exploration of yoga, this course will shape you into an inspired and knowledgeable teacher, equipping you with the latest teaching techniques and skills in the field of yoga.

Daily Schedule For 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Wake up to the sound of the bell and follow a structured daily schedule that includes various yoga practices, learning sessions, and relaxation time:

Time Activity
5:30 am Morning Bell
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM Shatkarma & Pranayama
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM Traditional Hatha Yoga
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Breakfast
10:00 AM - 10: 45 AM Yoga Anatomy
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Yoga Alignment & Adjustment
12:15 PM - 12:45 PM Mantra Chanting & Yin Yoga / Therapeutic Yoga
01:00 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch
03:00 PM - 4:00 PM Yoga Philosophy
04:00 PM - 5:30 PM Ashtanga Yoga & Vinyasa Flow Yoga
06:00 PM - 7:00 PM Meditation & Restorative Yoga
07:10 PM - 8:00 PM Dinner
10:00 pm Lights off

Curriculum For 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga represents a dynamic iteration of Hatha Yoga, organized into six distinct levels, each delineating a specific sequence of postures. Unlike conventional teaching sessions led by yoga instructors, Ashtanga Yoga is a self-guided practice experience, bolstered by the presence of seasoned mentors.

Standing Postures:

  • Samasthiti
  • Surya Namaskar Series A and B are sequences of yoga poses.
  • Padangushtasana (Big Toes Posture)
  • Pada Hastasana (Hand Under Foot Posture)
  • Utthita Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
  • Parivritta Trikonasana (Revolved Triangle Pose)
  • Utthita Parshvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose)
  • Parivritta Parshvakonasana (The Revolved Side Angle Pose)
  • Wide-Legged Forward Fold A, B, C, and D are variations of Prasarita Padottanasana yoga poses.
  • Parshvottanasana (Side Stretch Pose)

Standing Postures:

  • Pasasana (Noose Pose)
  • Krounchasana (Heron Pose)
  • Shalabhasana A & B (Locust Pose A & B)
  • Bhekasana (Frog Pose)
  • Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)
  • Parsvadhanurasana (Side Bow Pose)
  • Ustrasana (Camel Pose)
  • Laghu Vajrasana (Small Thunderbolt Pose)
  • Kapotasana (Pigeon Pose)
  • Supta Vajrasana (Reclined Thunderbolt Pose)
  • Bakasana (Crane Pose)
  • Bharadvajasana (Seated Spinal Twist Pose)
  • Half Lord of the Fish Pose is known as Ardha Matsyendraasana in yoga.
  • Ekapada Sirsasana A, B, C (Seated Foot-Behind-the-Head Pose)
  • Dwipada Sirsasana B (Feet Behind the Head Pose)
  • Yoga Nidrasana (Yogic Sleep Pose)
  • Firefly Pose A, B, and C are variations of Tittibhasana in yoga.
  • Pincha Mayurasana (Peacock Feather Stand)
  • Karandavasana (Himalayan Duck)
  • Mayurasana (Peacock Pose)
  • Nakrasana (Crocodile Pose Variation)
  • Vatayanasana (Horse Pose)
  • Parighasana (Gate Pose)
  • Gomukhasana A, B, C (Cow Face Pose)
  • Reclining Thunderbolt Pose One Foot Upward A and B are variations of Supta Urdhvapada Vajrasana in yoga.
  • Mukta Hasta Sirsasana A, B, C (Free Hands Headstand Pose A, B, C)
  • Baddha Hasta Sirsasana A, B, C, D (Bound Hands Headstand Pose A, B, C, D)
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward-Facing Bow Pose)
  • Paschimottanasana (West Stretching Pose)

Finishing Postures:

  • Salamba Sarvangasana (Supported All Limbs Pose)
  • Halasana (Plow Pose)
  • Karnapidasana (Ear-Pressure Pose)
  • Urdhva Padmasana (Upward Lotus Pose)
  • Pindasana (Embryo Pose in Shoulder Stand)
  • Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
  • Uttana Padasana (Raised Leg Pose)
  • Shirshasana (Headstand Pose)
  • Baddha Padmasana (Bound Lotus Pose)
  • Yoga Mudra Padmasana (Lotus Pose)
  • Uth Pluthi or Tolasana (Sprung Up)
  • Shavasana (Corpse Pose)

Ayurveda, one of the world's oldest and most natural systems of medicine, traces its origins back to ancient India, with a history spanning approximately 3000 years. The term "Ayurveda" is derived from two Sanskrit words: "Ayur," meaning "Life," and "Veda," signifying "Science." Therefore, Ayurveda can be understood as the "Science of Life" or In Ayurvedic philosophy, the human body is fundamentally made up of five essential elements: Ether (Akash), Air (Vayu), Fire (Agni), Water (Apas), and Earth (Prithvi). These five elements combine to form three primary doshas, namely Kapha, Vata, and Pitta. When these doshas are in harmonious balance, an individual experiences good health, but imbalances can lead to illness. Ayurveda plays a vital role in restoring and maintaining this equilibrium, promoting a healthy and holistic lifestyle.

The 300 Hours Yoga Course provides a comprehensive understanding of Ayurveda, covering the following key topics:

  • What is Ayurveda?
  • Fundamentals of Ayurveda
  • Tridosha (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha)
  • Prakriti (Understanding Your Constitution)
  • Pancha Mahabhuta (Five Great Elements): Earth (Prithvi), Water (Jal), Fire (Agni), Air (Vayu), and Aether/Space (Aakash)
  • Vikurti (Post-Creation State)
  • Sapta Dhatu or the Seven Body Elements: Rasa (Plasma), Rakta (Blood), Mamsa (Muscles), Meda (Fat), Asthi (Bones), Majja (Bone Marrow), and Sukhra (Reproductive Tissues)
  • Mala (Waste Products)
  • Srotas (Body Channels) - Ayurveda recognizes 16 of these.
  • Agni (Digestive Fire)
  • Koshta (Alimentary Tract)
  • Ama (Undigested Metabolic Toxins)

The term "Bandhas" originates from Sanskrit and translates to "locks." These locks serve the purpose of regulating the flow of energy within the body. When these locks are released, energy can circulate freely, contributing to overall well-being and vitality.

Here's what we'll explore:

  • Understanding Energy Locks: Delve into the concept of energy locks and their significance.
  • Kundalini Awakening: Explore how Bandhas are linked to the awakening of Kundalini energy.
  • Bandhas and Prana: Understand the connection between Bandhas and the vital life force, Prana.
  • Unlocking Energy Flow with Bandhas: Discover how Bandhas are used to remove blockages and promote energy flow.
  • Three Energy Knots (Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva): Learn about the three major energy knots and techniques to release them.
  • Benefits of Practicing Bandhas: Explore the positive outcomes associated with regular Bandhas practice.
  • Precautions: Understand the precautions to be taken when engaging in Bandhas to ensure safety and effectiveness.
  • Health and Spiritual Benefits: Delve into the physical and spiritual advantages of incorporating Bandhas into your practice.

Practices for Beginners and Intermediate Levels:

  • Agnisar - Preparing for Advanced Level Uddiyana
  • Intermediate Level Vahir Kumbhaka (External Breath Retention)
  • Intermediate Level Antar Kumbhaka (Internal Breath Retention)
  • Using Ashwini Mudra to Facilitate Mulabandha Preparation
  • Utilizing Vajroli Mudra to Prepare for Mulabandha
  • Incorporating Mula Bandhas for Anal Lock
  • Mastering Uddiyana Bandha for Abdominal Lock
  • Applying Jalandhar Bandha for Throat Lock
  • Achieving Maha Bandha for the Ultimate Lock Experience

Our school conducts Hatha Yoga sessions that offer a holistic approach to improving both physical and mental wellness. Rooted in ancient traditions, Hatha Yoga aims to promote health, inner peace, strength, and flexibility.

Hatha Yoga is built on the following fundamental objectives:

  • Promoting Health and Longevity: These sessions are designed to enhance overall well-being and vitality.
  • Strengthening the Mind: Hatha Yoga places a strong emphasis on mental clarity, focus, and inner balance.
  • Awakening the Kundalini: The practice seeks to awaken the dormant energy within, known as Kundalini, for spiritual growth and self-realization.

Our curriculum includes a wide range of practices to cater to various needs and levels of experience

  • Joints and Glands Exercise Foundation Practices: Gentle movements to improve joint mobility and stimulate glands.
  • Joints and Glands Exercise Advanced Practices: Progressively challenging exercises to further enhance flexibility and vitality.
  • Centering Postures Series (Yoga Sequence Builder): Creating a strong foundation for your practice.
  • Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation): A dynamic series of poses that energize the body.
  • Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutation): A calming sequence to restore balance.
  • Standing Postures Series
  • Kneeling Postures Series
  • Sitting Postures Series
  • Forward Bending Postures Series
  • Backward Bending Postures Series
  • Supine Postures Series
  • Prone Postures Series
  • Fire Series Series
  • Inversions Series
  • Twisting Postures Series
  • Balancing Postures Series
  • Relaxing Posture Series
  • Meditative Asana Series

Theory is equally vital in understanding the essence of Hatha Yoga:

  • Philosophy of Hatha Yoga: Delve into the philosophy that underpins this practice.
  • Surya Namaskar Philosophy: Understand the deeper meaning behind the Sun Salutation.
  • Kundalini Awakening: Explore the awakening of your inner energy.
  • Kundalini Awakening: Explore the awakening of your inner energy.
  • Asanas: Learn about the various yoga poses and their significance.
  • Yog Sadhana: The discipline and dedication required for a successful yoga journey.
  • Benefits of Hatha Yoga Asanas: Understand the physical and mental benefits of each posture.
  • Rules and Regulations: Guidelines to ensure a safe and effective practice.
  • Advancing Yoga Poses: Progression and mastery of more challenging poses.
  • Diaphragmatic Pranayama
  • Remember, a comprehensive understanding of both the practical and theoretical aspects of Hatha Yoga is essential for a fulfilling and effective practice.

    Mantras are sacred utterances, words, or phrases that hold spiritual significance and are recited to cultivate spiritual awareness. In essence, mantras serve as tools for the mind, aiding in concentration and meditation. They are often associated with various aspects of healing and spiritual practice. Mantras encompass a rich tradition of Sanskrit syllables, totaling 58 syllables, each carrying its own unique vibrational power. These syllables are believed to resonate with the body's energy centers, known as chakras. Mantras are used for a wide range of purposes, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing, as well as addressing planetary influences and disorders.

    Some specific mantras and their associated purposes include:

    Healing Mantras:

    • Mantras for Physical Healing
    • Mantras for Mental Healing
    • Mantras for Emotional Healing
    • Mantras for Spiritual Healing
    • Mantras for Planetary Disorders:

    • Mantras for the Sun
    • Mantras for the Moon
    • Mantras for Saturn
    • Mantras for Guru (Jupiter)
    • Mantras for Mars
    • Mantras for Rahu
    • Mantras for Ketu

    These mantras are believed to have specific influences on one's life and well-being based on astrological and spiritual beliefs.

    Mantra Diksha is a significant initiation ceremony in this tradition, typically conducted on the first day of a yoga course. During Mantra Diksha, the following rituals and activities take place:

    • Dhara Pujan: Worship to mother earth, symbolizing grounding and connection to nature.
    • Ganesh Pujan: Worship to Lord Ganesha to seek the removal of obstacles.
    • Hawan: A fire ceremony, symbolizing purification and transformation.
    • Aarti: A prayer or ritual offering of light to a deity.
    • Music and Kirtan: Singing devotional songs and chants to create a sacred and harmonious atmosphere.
    • Gayatri Diksha: Receiving initiation into the Gayatri mantra, a powerful Vedic mantra for enlightenment
    • Guru Mantra: Receiving a mantra from a respected Pandit Ji or Guru Ji, which is believed to transmit spiritual energy and guidance.
    • Distribution of Books and Teaching Materials: Providing students with essential texts and materials for their spiritual journey.

    Mantra Diksha is a sacred and transformative experience that sets the tone for one's spiritual practice and growth. It is a time when individuals receive blessings, guidance, and the tools they need to embark on their spiritual journey.

    Chakras are vital energy centers within the human body, and they are believed to be spinning disks that must be open and properl y aligned for overall well-being. There are seven primary chakras in the human body, each with its own distinct characteristics:

    Muladhara Chakra (Root Chakra)

    • Sound: Lam
    • Location: Base of the spine, between the anus and genitals
    • Petals: Four
    • Color: Red

    Swadhistana Chakra (Sacral Chakra)

    • Sound: Vam
    • Location: Below the bellybutton
    • Petals: Six
    • Color: Orange

    Manipura Chakra (Solar Plexus Chakra)

    • Sound: Ram
    • Location: Upper abdomen
    • Petals: Ten
    • Color: Yellow

    Manipura Chakra (Solar Plexus Chakra)

    • Sound: Ram
    • Location: Upper abdomen
    • Petals: Ten
    • Color: Yellow

    These chakras play a crucial role in various aspects of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, and their balance and alignment are often pursued through practices such as meditation and yoga.

    During this 300-hour YTTC (Yoga Teacher Training Course) journey, meditation evolves into a seamless and intrinsic part of our daily lives. As we delve deeper into our meditation practice, it liberates us from the shackles of desire and ignorance, which are often the root causes of humanity's challenges. Students are guided through advanced meditation techniques that empower them to master their true selves.


    Meditation Timetable:

    Week 1. Entering To The World Of Wisdom

    • Week 1: Establishing a Strong Meditation Foundation
    • Week 2: Enhancing Focus and Mindfulness
    • Week 3: Advancing Meditation Techniques
    • Week 4: Exploring Awareness and Kundalini Meditation

    A mudra is a symbolic gesture that involves specific hand and finger positions to channel and direct energy within the subtle body, leading to remarkable transformations in both the physical and mental aspects of our being.

    Within the comprehensive curriculum of the 300 Hours Yoga Course, you will explore various types of mudras, including:

    • Hasta Mudra (Hand Mudra): Utilizing hand gestures to influence the flow of energy
    • Yoni Mudra: A sacred gesture symbolizing the divine feminine.
    • Linga Mudra: A symbolic gesture representing the masculine energy.
    • Bhairava Mudra: An empowering mudra associated with the formidable deity Bhairava.
    • Bhairavi Mudra: A complementary mudra linked to the goddess Bhairavi.
    • Energy Mudra: A mudra designed to harness and amplify energy within.
    • Viparita Karani Mudra: A transformative mudra for reversing energy flow.
    • Mahabandha Mudra: A powerful gesture combining various locks and holds.
    • Mahabheda Mudra: A mudra for profound inner exploration.
    • Kundalini Mudra: A mudra that aids in awakening the dormant Kundalini energy.
    • Ashwini Mudra: A mudra associated with the contraction of the anal sphincter muscles.
    • Vajroli Mudra: A complex mudra aimed at conserving and redirecting sexual energy.
    • Sahajoli Mudra: A complementary mudra to Vajroli, focusing on the female counterpart.
    • Shambhavi Mudra: A potent mudra involving the gaze and eyebrow center

    These mudras, each with its unique significance and purpose, are essential tools for enhancing your yogic journey. They enable you to tap into and manipulate the flow of energy within your subtle body, fostering holistic well-being and spiritual growth.

    Pranayama, the practice of controlling life energy, is a foundational element in traditional yoga. It extends beyond mere breathing exercises, encompassing a comprehensive approach to achieving optimal health, inner peace, and balance.

    The "Four Weeks of Pranayama" program is designed to progressively delve into the depths of pranayama:

    • Week 1: Exploring Advanced Pranayama Techniques
    • Week 2: Experimenting with Variations and Techniques
    • Week 3: Awakening Nadis (energy channels) and Chakras (energy centers)
    • Week 4: Mastering Teaching Practices and Breath Control

    Anatomy plays a pivotal role in yoga education, offering both physical and spiritual insights to yoga teachers and practitioners. In our classes, we delve into two key aspects of anatomy: physical anatomy and spiritual anatomy.

    Physical Anatomy:

    • Understanding the Flow of Prana in the Respiratory System
    • Exploring Cellular Functions and their Role in the Body
    • Insights into the Digestive System and its Significance
    • Navigating the Circulatory System for Holistic Health
    • The Crucial Endocrine System and its Impact on Well-being
    • The Transformative Power of Yoga on the Physical Body
    • Unraveling Hormone Secretion in the Context of Yoga Practice
    • Examining the Influence of Pranayama on Respiratory Health
    • Assessing the Effects of Yoga and Nauli on Digestive Function
    • A Deep Dive into Muscular and Skeletal Systems, Especially in Advanced Yoga Postures
    • Practical Applications of Yoga Postures for Therapeutic Benefits
    • Preventing Injuries in Asana (Yoga Posture) Classes
    • Anatomical Understanding of the Pelvic Girdle and Spine

    Spiritual Anatomy:

    • Advanced Insights into Energy Channels
    • In-depth Exploration of the Seven Chakras (Muladhara, Swadhisthana, Manipura, Anahata, Visuddhi, Ajna, Sahasrara)
    • Understanding Kundalini Energy as the Primal Source of Creativity
    • Pancha Kosha - Unveiling the Five Layers of Spiritual Anatomy

    Through these comprehensive studies, you will gain a holistic understanding of both the physical and spiritual dimensions of anatomy, enriching your yoga practice and teaching with profound insights into the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit.

    "Shat" translates to "Six," and "Karma" signifies "Actions." Consequently, in accordance with the principles of yogic science, Shatkarma denotes a set of six cleansing practices designed to purify both the body and the mind. This practice finds its comprehensive description within the Hatha Yoga Tradition. Shatkarma holds significant importance as it contributes to the equilibrium of the body and mind, fostering overall well-being. By eliminating toxins from the body and clearing energy channels, Shatkarma serves as a vital component in maintaining physical and mental harmony

    Within the curriculum of the 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC), you will gain knowledge in various areas, including:

    • Understanding the eleven major systems of the human body
    • Mastery of body purification techniques.
    • In-depth exploration of Shatkarma or Shatkriya.
    • Study of ancient scriptures like the Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Gheranda Samhita.
    • Learning precautions to observe while performing Shatkarmas.

    The practical component of the course includes the following Shatkarma practices:

    • Vamana Kriya (Purification of the upper digestive tract).
    • Vastra Dhauti (Cleansing of the stomach and esophagus).
    • Laghu Sankha Prakshalana (Cleansing of the stomach and intestines).
    • Bama Nauli Kriya.
    • Dakshina Nauli Kriya (Cleansing of the right abdomen).
    • Vyaghra Kriya.

    Yoga Nidra, often referred to as "Psychic Sleep," is a profound practice that induces a state of consciousness lying between wakefulness and slumber. It offers a unique opportunity to access deep relaxation and heightened awareness through guided meditation. Yoga Nidra is essentially a triumph over ordinary sleep, enabling practitioners to experience the equivalent of a full 8-hour rest in a brief session. Notably, the epic Mahabharata mentions Arjuna, one of the Pandavas, in connection with the practice of Yoga Nidra.

    The curriculum of the 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course is organized into weekly topics as follows:

    • Week 1: Antar Mauna Yoga Nidra (Exploring Inner Silence)
    • Week 2: Yoga Nidra incorporating the 61-point blue star technique.
    • Week 3: Exploring the Subtle Body through the practice of Yoga Nidra.
    • Week 4: Chakra Awareness and its integration with Yoga Nidra.

    Yoga Philosophy holds profound transformative potential for individuals. Contrary to a common misconception that it is solely encapsulated within Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, this philosophy extends its reach into other ancient texts like the Bhagavad Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and Upanishads. At its core, the fundamental principle of yoga philosophy is elegantly straightforward: the body, mind, and soul form an inseparable unity, and attempts to divide them are inherently futile.

    the 4-week 300 Hours Yoga Course, focusing on Yoga Philosophy:

    • Week 1: The Path to Enlightenment (Yoga Samadhi)
    • Week 2: The Journey of Yoga (Yoga Sadhana)
    • Week 3: Yoga's Manifestations (Yoga Vibhuti)
    • Week 4: The Ultimate Liberation (Yoga Kaivalya)

    Yoga serves as a holistic wellness practice aimed at nurturing the body, mind, and spirit while promoting natural healing and maintaining overall health. Yoga therapy employs a combination of yoga postures, pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, and other techniques to enhance both physical and mental well-being. This approach encourages the integration of the body, mind, and spirit.

    Within the 300 Hours Yoga Course, participants will gain knowledge in various areas, including:

    Conditions affecting the head and neck:

    • Headaches
    • Thyroid disorders

    Heart and circulatory health:

    • Heart problems
    • Circulatory issues

    Respiratory system and related ailments:

    • Common cold
    • Bronchitis and Eosinophilia
    • Asthma
    • Sinusitis and Hay Fever
    • Tonsillitis

    The attainment of the advanced 300-hour yoga program hinges on adhering to the following prerequisites:

    • Obtain a certified 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC) certificate from an accredited yoga school.
    • Attend and actively participate in all lectures and sessions
    • Punctually submit all assignments as per the schedule.
    • Conduct complete and comprehensive yoga sessions.
    • Attain a satisfactory passing grade upon completion of the course.


    Accommodation & Food


    During your stay, you will enjoy the comfort and cleanliness of our well-appointed rooms. Each room features a private, fully-equipped bathroom with both hot and cold water. In addition, you will have complimentary access to high-speed Wi-Fi and essential daily amenities. You can choose between shared accommodations or opt for a private room.

    • Rooms furnished with quality furniture
    • Private en-suite bathrooms
    • Uninterrupted availability of both hot and cold water.
    • Complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi access
    • 24/7 availability of water
    • Enhanced safety with CCTV surveillance


    We prioritize providing you with nutritious, well-balanced vegetarian meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Our menu includes fresh fruits, salads, and healthy beverages. We also offer gluten-free options to accommodate your dietary needs. Please inform us in advance about your preferences.


    A 300-hour yoga teacher training program is an advanced yoga certification course designed for individuals who have already completed a 200-hour teacher training and want to deepen their knowledge and teaching skills.

    Rishikesh is considered the yoga capital of the world and offers a serene and spiritually rich environment for yoga practice. It's home to many renowned yoga schools and experienced instructors.

    Yes, most 300-hour programs require participants to have completed a 200-hour teacher training program as a prerequisite.

    The curriculum often includes advanced asanas, pranayama, meditation, philosophy, anatomy, teaching methodology, and more. It's designed to deepen your understanding of yoga and enhance your teaching skills.

    Yes, upon successful completion, you will receive a 300-hour yoga teacher training certification, which qualifies you to teach yoga professionally.

    - No, this program is designed for individuals who have already completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training or have a significant background in yoga practice.

    - After completing the program, you can work as a yoga instructor, lead workshops, and even open your own yoga studio. Many graduates also choose to specialize in specific yoga styles or therapeutic yoga.