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300 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

The extensive 6-month (300 hours) course comprises of 24 weekend classes, accompanied by daily weekday practice sessions.

The framework of our 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) program is meticulously crafted to offer students a thorough understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of yoga. We focus on the complex ideas and concepts that underlie traditional practices, as outlined in the literature. The 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) curriculum has been accredited by the World Yoga Federation. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded certification as a Yoga Teacher. This course is well-suited for persons who are sincerely interested in embarking on the path of yoga.

Course Duration & Schedule

The duration of the course will be 6 months, which is equivalent to a total of 300 hours. The course will be divided into 24 sessions, which will take place on weekends. Furthermore, students are provided with the chance to participate in regular practice sessions during weekdays. The 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) program is offered every three months.


Suitability and Considerations for this Course

The course is suitable for persons who are 18 years of age or above. Prior yoga experience is not necessary to participate in this program. If students have any health issues or pre-existing medical conditions, the routines can be customized to accommodate their individual requirements.Only individuals who have firsthand knowledge of the actual benefits of Yoga are truly qualified to offer guidance to others. Hence, it is prudent to thoroughly contemplate and verify your readiness to undertake the role of instructing others in the methods and concepts of the yogic lifestyle before committing to Yoga teacher training (YTT).

300 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

Course Contents briefly

Only selected practices are covered, please refer to the detailed syllabus below for more details.

1st Phase

2nd Phase

3rd Phase

4th Phase

Note: The order of the practices may alter depending on the weather. Certain practices, such as asanas, pranayama, kriyas, mudras, and bandhas, are dependent on the talents and advancement of the persons who practice them.

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