The 300 hours yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India at your selected yoga school Pyramid Yogshala is best TTC for those who want to switch into advanced teacher training program. This advanced yoga program is the next level of our famous 200 hours yoga teacher training course. Indeed, 300 hours yoga teacher training course is full of arduous yoga asanas, meditation techniques, methodical-systematic yogic schedule, advanced table of contexts which will not mis-guide you and make you glaring in the field of yoga.
Let's make it clear as crystal, the difference between 200 hours yoga TTC and 300 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh is that 200 hours course brings you to the intermediate or medial level from where the 300 hours course can pick you up.
This does not mean that 200 hours course is just simple; there is some advanced techniques in each level. Conclusion is, the 200 hours, 300 hours and 500 hours course will make you intermediate, advanced and professional respectively.
Yoga Teacher Training Course
300 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh in 2017 based on traditional hatha yoga at yoga school Pyramid Yogshala registered with Yoga Alliance, USA as RYS 300. It's a residential hatha yoga course ideal for beginners and intermediate level yoga students. Course fee including food & accommodation is USD 1600. 300-hour yoga certification course qualifies yoga teachers to register with Yoga Alliance as a RYT 300. The yoga learner who comes here to be trained professionally as a yoga teacher will be able to learn from the vast knowledge and experience of the many awakened teachers at Pyramid Yogshala whose aim is to preserve the traditional values of yogic discipline.
- Daily yoga postures classes
- Daily invigorating meditation sessions
- Daily pranayama and mantra chanting sessions
- Yoga Alliance RYT 300 certification
- Daily healthy sattvic meals
- Accommodation at yoga school
- Sunday excursions
Pyramid Yogshala has been proudly chosen considering that nature will nourish your body and mind during the yoga teacher training course. The school is also accommodation for students that you can slenderize easily into the course. The accommodation has mountain view and nature view where you can do your self-study deeply.
- Bed sheets, blankets and pillows
- Clean and hygienic Western-style rooms with attached bath
- 24 Hours water supply
- 24 Hours filtered drinking water
- Hot water
- Wi-Fi access at the peak speed
Pyramid Yogshala: Transforming Life Teacher Training Program in India
As everyone knows, yoga can not be learned in just 300 hours even after doing 10 hours practices daily. So, what is the goal of teacher training program? Simply, you come as the student and become a teacher when you go. It looks like an advertise on social media eg. "Learn Speaking English in Just 10 Days".
Actually, Pyramid Yogshala school provides 300 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh which includes the complete yogic schedule and yogic syllabus that changes you from inside and inspire you to practice more.
Yes! This really makes sense that you will learn the yoga and meditation techniques living complete yogic life while teacher training course in Rishikesh India rather than you will become a successful yoga teacher.
Introduction to yoga
- Origin of yoga
- What is yoga?
- Practice guidelines
- Etiquettes of a yoga class
Shatkarma (yogic cleansing)
- Jal neti (nasal cleansing with water)
- Sutra neti (nasal cleansing with water)
- Shankprakshanlana (cleansing of the git)
- Nauli (abdominal breathing)
- Trataka (concentrated gazing)
- Ganesh mantra
- Gayatri mantra
- Shanti mantra
- Guru mantra
- Aum mantra
- Kapala-bhati (frontal brain cleansing
- Nadi-sodhanam (psychic network purification)
- Bhastrika (bellows breath)
- Ujjayi (the psychic breath)
- Sheetatli (cooling breath)
- Sheetkari (hissing breath)
- Bhramari (humming bee breath)
- Surya-bheda (vitality stimulating breath)
- Bhairava mudra
- Chin mudra
- Hridaya mudra
- Jnan mudra
- Vishnu mudra
- Jalandhar bandha (chin lock)
- Maha bandha
- Mula bandha (root lock)
- Uddiyana bandha (abdominal lock)
- Meditative postures: Sukhasana, sidhasana, padamasana, vajrasana
- Dynamic postures: Pawanmuktasana series, marjariasana, vyaghrasana, surya namaskar, chandra namaskar
- Standing postures: Tadasana, utkatasana, trikonasana, parshwakonasana, veerbhadrasana
- Balancing postures: Vrikshasana, bakdhyanasana, natrajasana, mayurasana
- Inverted postures: Sirsasana, pinchamayurasana, halasana, sarvangasana
- Twisting postures: Merubakrasana, ardha matsyendrasana
- Back-bend postures: Shalabhasana, dhanurasana, ushtrasana, kandhrasana, chakrasana, rajkapotasana
- Forward-bend postures: Janusirasana, paschimotanasana, padprasar paschimotanasana
- Relaxation postures: Balasana, makarasana, savasana
You will learn anatomy and physiology relevant to yoga in order to strengthen the classroom explanations, cues, and corrections of asanas. The class will cover digestives system, skeletal system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, muscular system, anatomical names of the body, planes of the body, major joints of the body, anatomical terms of movements, yoga asana alignment based on applied anatomy.
This class will focus on introducing you to the basic philosophy, concepts, and history of yoga. It will cover the various traditional philosophies and viewpoints, insights from modern research, and ways in which the essence of this holistic life-view can be integrated into a modern lifestyle.
- Patanjali's eight limbs of yoga
- Hatha yoga pradipika
- Bhagwat Gita philosophy
- Yoga sutras of Patanjali
- Panch koshas
- Mudras and chakras
- Techniques of teaching yoga
- Adjustment and alignment techniques
- Basic class plans
- Student and teacher guidelines
There will be weekly excursions with Pyramid Yogshala that includes activities such as river rafting, temple treks, trekking, Ganga Aarti, river meditation, heritage visits to Beatle ashram, trips to beautiful waterfalls, and beach outings.