200 Hour Yoga Training

From $ Sharing Accommodation 1200 USD

Private Accommodation $ 1450 USD

200 Hour Yoga Training

(Duration 24 N/25 D)

Rishikesh Sadan offers the Best 200 Hour Yoga Training Course in Rishikesh, India.
This 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training course is the best key elements of our most
popular course – Vinyasa flow, Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga– and combines
them with studies of Ayurveda. It provides the students holistic and empowering
journey toward the inner self.
It is a great opportunity to join 200 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh, India because
this experience can be a milestone in the journey of Yoga seekers to explore the
age-old tradition, its practices, principles, and concepts. Our Yoga Teacher
Training specifically designed for students looking to immerse themselves in all-
inclusive exploration of yoga.
Advantage of 200-Hour Yoga Training Course in
By completing this course, you will be able to teach yoga and offer your future
students’ basic insights to balancing the doshas, correct eating habits for the body
types and how to bring the body back into homeostasis through natural means.
This 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training course in Rishikesh, with holistic, traditional
teachings of the sacred yogic path at our core, our objective is to deliver an
authentic yoga experience to students and help transform them into certified
teachers, as well as experienced and passionate yoga practitioners.
Our comprehensive training courses are conducted by highly experienced and
dedicated yoga masters who seek to infuse the real traits of a yogi in those who come
to practice and study yoga at our Academy. We believe in sharing the yoga system
in a way that brings proper balance between the bodies, minds, and souls of our
students so that they may bring more happiness, stability, and peace into their lives.
As a student of our 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training course in Rishikesh, you will
have the opportunity to fully embrace the ancient lifestyle of the yogic path
through in-depth exploration of yoga. Your physical practice will be accompanied
by traditional teachings of ancient yogi practices of Pranayama, Meditation,
Shatkarmas and Philosophy, taking you on a holistic, spiritual path to uncovering
the secrets within.

This course is Yoga Alliance Certified (USA). Upon completion of the course, you
will receive a certificate in your name with life-long validity, allowing you to
teach yoga worldwide. This is an all-inclusive 24 days course.
What’s special in This 200 Hour of Yoga Training
➀ Alignment & Adjustment: Master the alignment of over 100 Asana and learn
how to help your students get deeper into a posture, how can you be more flexible
through adjustment. You will learn benefits, precautions, methodology and
correction of asanas in this class.
➁ Teaching Methodologies: Principles of demonstration, observing, assisting and
correcting, instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher, voice projection,
floor presence. The student’s process of learning, planning, and structuring a class,
alignment and hands-on adjustments, dealing with injuries and safety precautions.
➂ Class Sequencing and Practical Assessment: Learn appropriate and effective
sequences of classes, marks of a good teacher, demonstration, individual care of
each student, proper alignment, and conducting a class of your own in a friendly
and safe environment.
➃ Mudra(Gesture): The practice of mudra is an ancient facet of yoga. Performing
gestures affect the energy flow of the body and can change a person’s spiritual
and mental characteristics like Jnana mudra, Chin mudra, Yoni mudra, Bhairava
mudra, Shambhavi mudra
➄ Bandha(Lock): A bandha is a kriyā in Hatha Yoga, being a kind of
internal mudra described as a “body lock,” to lock the vital energy into the
body. Bandha literally means bond, fetter, or “catching hold of”. Maha
Bandha (“the great lock”) combines all the other three bandhas, namely:
➤ Mula Bandha- contraction of the perineum
➤ Uddiyana bandha- contraction of the abdomen into the rib cage
➤ Jalandhara Bandha- tucking the chin close to the chest
What’s included in this 200-Hour Yoga Training
in Rishikesh?
➔ All daily three meals(breakfast, Lunch, Supper) and chai/coffee/tea, that are
well-balanced for the yogic lifestyle and made from local, nutritious, and seasonal
➔ 24 Days of Private and shared base accommodation with different prices.
➔ Yoga materials like a yoga mat, Neti pot, rubber Neti, notebook, and textbook.

➔ Yoga Alliance Certificate
➔ Free Wi-Fi
The curriculum of 200-Hour YTTC in Rishikesh:-
Ayurveda is a more than 10,000-year-old system of natural healing that has its
origins in the Vedic culture of India. Although suppressed during years of foreign
occupation, Ayurveda has been enjoying a major resurgence in both its native land
and throughout the World. Both Tibetan medicine and Traditional Chinese
Medicine has its roots in Ayurveda. Early Greek medicine also embraced many
concepts originally described in the classical Ayurvedic medical texts dating back
several thousands of years. During the course, you will explore the following
aspects of this amazing healing art:-
 Ayurvedic Philosophy & History
 Exploring doshas and the elements
 Diagnostic techniques of imbalance and disease
 Pathology of disease
 Body constitutions
 Balancing the doshas
 Panchakarma
 Ayurvedic diet
 Daily habits to balance energies
 Prevention and maintenance of health.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga was created as a total life philosophy that incorporated how we relate
to our world, to ourselves, and how we can attain inner peace. The Sanskrit word ha
means "sun" and that means " the moon," and thus hatha, or literally sun-moon yoga,
strives to balance opposing parts of the physical body, the front and back, left and
right, top and bottom, balancing our masculine (pingala) and feminine(Ida) Nadis to
achieve inner peace and happiness. With this goal of bringing about a sound,
healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. In this course, we will see a wide hatha
yoga postures, which works to make the spine supple and promote circulation in
all the organs, glands, and tissues. Hatha yoga postures also stretch and align the
body, promoting balance and flexibility.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic, vigorous style of yoga that finds its origins in an
ancient book known as the " Yoga Korunta," It's a truly beautiful style of yoga, it is
extensive, highly challenging, and even mesmerizing. Ashtanga yoga is different in
the sense that the postures are set. We do the exact same sequence each time we
practice. Then we advance to the next series after we’ve mastered the first. In fact,
there are a total of six series in Ashtanga — the first (or primary) series, the second
(or intermediate) series, and then four advanced series that follow. In the practice of
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, breath (Ujjayi breathing) is united with flowing
movement and the attention to gazing points (Dristi) to create a meditative and
purifying style of yoga. When practiced for a long and continuous duration,
physical and mental afflictions dissolve, vibrant health and Self-awareness arise.

A highly powerful and liberating practice, Meditation is one of the most important
aspects of yoga. Whilst meditation has become a widely known term, traveling the
path and achieving true meditation is often difficult for many. Learn how to
establish a meaningful practice for yourself and how to teach this to others. During
the course, many facets of Meditation will be explored:-
 What is Meditation
 How To
 Practical Tips
 Mantras
 Yoga Nidra
 Chakra Meditation
 Guided Practice
Yoga Philosophy
During this course, we focus on the following points.
 What is yoga?
 Patanjali Yoga sutras
 Ashtanga Yoga
 Yama
 Niyama
 Asana

 Pranayama
 Pratyahara
 Dharana
 Dhyana
 Samadhi
 Different Yoga Paths
 Karma Yoga
 Bhakti Yoga
 Sankhya Yoga
 Three heterodox scriptures
 Six orthodox scriptures
 About four Vedas
 About five bodies
 Mantras explanation
 About Bhagavat Gita

Yoga Cleansing

 Jala neti
 Rubber neti
 Shankha prakshalana
 Laghu shankha prakshalana
 Kunjar kriya
 Vyaghra kriya
 Basati kriya

Pranayama improves the respiratory system and purifies the body and mind, it is
ancient yogic breathing technique that is used as preparation for meditation and is a
a vital aspect of practicing yoga. During the course, you will learn.
 Pranayama’s introduction
 Ujjayi Pranayama
 Kapalbhati Pranayama
 Nadishodhan Pranayama
 Anulomvilom Pranayama
 Bhramari Pranayama
 Bhastrika Pranayama
 Shitkari Pranayama
 Shitali Pranayama
 Surya bhedi Pranayama


Students will learn muscles, bones, fascia, and joint movement of the body, and
how it applies to the movement of the body from asana to asana. The proper
understanding the physical body will help to prevent injury before, during and
after practice. You will focus on the following points:-
 Nervous system
 Organs
 Bodily system
 Nadi
 Chakras
 Digestive system
 Circulatory system
 Respiratory system
 Endocrine system
 Skeletal system
 Muscular system
 Joint movement
 Muscle functions