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300 Hour Teacher Training Course

The Rishikesh Yoga Valley's 300-hour yoga teacher training course is an immersive journey into the heart of yoga, designed for practitioners seeking to deepen their understanding and refine their teaching skills. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas and the sacred flow of the Ganges, this comprehensive program builds upon the foundation laid in the 200-hour course, delving deeper into the ancient teachings of yoga. With a curriculum that encompasses advanced asana practice, pranayama techniques, meditation, yoga philosophy, anatomy, and advanced teaching methodologies, students are guided to explore the subtleties of their practice and gain a profound understanding of yoga's holistic approach to well-being. Led by experienced and passionate instructors, participants embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery, learning to integrate the principles of yoga into all aspects of their lives. As they immerse themselves in the rich spiritual heritage of Rishikesh, they not only deepen their connection to the practice but also emerge as confident and skilled yoga teachers, ready to inspire and guide others on their own paths of growth and self-discovery.

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Course Highlights

Course Curriculum

Session

Time

Meditation

06:00 AM To 6:30 AM

Cleansing & Ashtanga yoga

06:30 AM To 8:30 Am

Yoga Nidra/Chakra Meditation

08:30 AM To 09:30 AM

Breakfast

09:30 AM To 10:30 AM

Yoga Therapy / Philosophy

11:30 AM To 01:30 PM

Lunch

1:30 PM To 1:30 PM

Self Yoga Nidra Practice

3:00 PM To 3:45 PM

Anatomy & Physiology

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM

Hatha Yoga

5:00 PM To 6:40 PM

Mantra Chanting

6:45 PM To 7:00 PM

Dinner

7:30 PM To 8:30 PM

Self Study




Lights Off




8:30 PM To 10:00 PM



10:00 PM


300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course

Pranayama

Bandhas (Energy Locks)

Mantra chanting

Kriya and Shatkarma

Hatha Yoga

Yoga Philosophy​

Yoga Anatomy

Ashtanga Vinyasa

Asana, a foundational aspect of yoga, encompasses the physical postures practiced to harmonize body, mind, and spirit. Derived from Sanskrit, “asana” translates to “seat” or “pose,” reflecting its meditative essence. Each posture within the realm of asana serves a specific purpose, ranging from enhancing flexibility and strength to fostering mental clarity and emotional well-being. Through mindful movement and breath awareness, practitioners delve into a state of present-moment awareness, cultivating a profound connection with themselves and their surroundings. Asana not only nurtures physical health but also offers a pathway to inner peace and self-discovery, inviting individuals to explore the depths of their being.

Pranayama, often referred to as the “science of breath,” is an ancient yogic practice that focuses on conscious control of the breath to enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Derived from Sanskrit, “prana” means life force or vital energy, while “ayama” signifies extension or expansion. Pranayama techniques involve various breath control exercises, such as deep inhalation, exhalation, retention, and manipulation of breath patterns. Through disciplined practice, practitioners regulate the flow of prana throughout the body, promoting relaxation, clarity of mind, and increased vitality. Pranayama serves as a gateway to self-awareness and inner transformation, offering profound insights into the interconnectedness of breath, energy, and consciousness.

Yoga philosophy encompasses ancient wisdom that transcends physical postures, extending into a holistic framework for living a balanced and fulfilling life. Rooted in the teachings of ancient texts like the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and the Bhagavad Gita, yoga philosophy explores profound concepts such as self-realization, karma (the law of cause and effect), dharma (one’s purpose or duty), and the interconnectedness of all beings. It offers practical guidance on ethical principles, self-discipline, mindfulness, and the cultivation of inner peace. Central to yoga philosophy is the notion of union—the harmonious integration of body, mind, and spirit—leading practitioners on a journey of self-discovery, transformation, and ultimate liberation.

Satkarma refers to a set of purification techniques in yoga aimed at cleansing the body and mind. Derived from Sanskrit, “sat” means ‘six’, and “karma” means ‘action’. These practices are designed to eliminate toxins, promote balance, and enhance overall well-being. Satkarma techniques include practices such as neti (nasal cleansing), dhauti (cleansing of the digestive tract), basti (colon cleansing), and trataka (gazing). Each technique targets specific areas of the body, facilitating detoxification and rejuvenation. By incorporating satkarma into their routine, practitioners can experience improved physical health, mental clarity, and a deeper sense of inner purity, supporting their journey towards holistic wellness.

Yoga anatomy delves into the intricate understanding of the human body’s structure and function as it relates to yoga practice. It explores how different yoga poses affect muscles, bones, joints, and organs, emphasizing alignment principles, movement patterns, and biomechanics. Understanding yoga anatomy helps practitioners optimize their practice, preventing injuries and maximizing benefits. It highlights the importance of body awareness, breath control, and mindful movement to enhance flexibility, strength, and overall physical well-being. By integrating anatomical knowledge into yoga practice, individuals gain deeper insights into their bodies, fostering a profound connection between body, mind, and spirit on their journey of self-discovery and holistic wellness.

Mantra chanting, a sacred practice in various spiritual traditions, involves repetitive recitation of specific sounds, words, or phrases imbued with profound meaning and vibrational energy. Rooted in Sanskrit, mantras are believed to have transformative power, affecting both the individual and the surrounding environment. Chanting mantras induces a state of focused concentration, promoting mental clarity, relaxation, and spiritual attunement. Through rhythmic repetition, practitioners align with the universal rhythm, tapping into inner reservoirs of peace, joy, and wisdom. Mantra chanting serves as a potent tool for self-healing, personal growth, and connecting with the divine, fostering a deep sense of inner harmony and interconnectedness with the cosmos.

Meditation is a transformative practice that cultivates mindfulness, inner peace, and self-awareness. Rooted in ancient traditions, it involves the intentional focus of attention, often on the breath, sensations, or a specific object or mantra. Through regular meditation, individuals develop mental clarity, emotional resilience, and a profound sense of presence. This practice allows for the observation of thoughts and feelings without judgment, fostering a deeper understanding of oneself and the nature of reality. With consistent practice, meditation offers numerous benefits, including stress reduction, improved concentration, and enhanced overall well-being. It serves as a doorway to inner stillness, where one can find refuge from the chaos of the external world and discover the limitless potential of the human mind and spirit.

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