Course Details

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course

  • Duration: 28 Days
  • Language: English
  • Module: Residential with Meals
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Certification: Yoga Alliance
  • Style: Multi-style
  • Date: 1st-28th of every month
  • Course Fee:
    • $1199 USD (Double Occupancy)
    • $1299 USD (Single Occupancy)
  • Course Fee Without Stay:
    • $1049 USD (Food is included)
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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh India

Knowledge of yoga is so deep; there is no end to it. With the motive that student gathers more & more knowledge of yoga, we "Vinyasa Yoga Ashram" offer advanced level yoga program, i.e., 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh India. This program helps you in elevating your own personal development and skills. This program is specially designed for those who successfully completed their 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course and wants to take their practice & knowledge to a new upgraded level. 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is internationally certified by Yoga Alliance and the certification is recognized & valid globally.

Through this course, you not only boost your skills but also your confidence.

Those who want to develop a strong foundation of their yogic practice and have the keen desire to immerse into the wide ocean of yoga can join this course and get benefitted from the positive & momentous change. Our veteran & professional yoga gurus will provide you with an in-depth study of Asana (posture), Advanced Pranayama & Meditation, Yoga Anatomy & Philosophy, Prana and Advanced Adjustments & Sequencing. Moreover, the modern scientific perspectives of neuroscience, psychology, physiology, and anatomy are what you get to learn from this course. The experience you gather from 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh will surely help you in setting up your own class.

So, join "Vinyasa Yoga Ashram" and attain a higher realization of yoga.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (Important Points)

Course Syllabus for 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

    • Introduction to Ashtanga vinyasa and it's tradition
    • Explanation of Ashtanga pillars Tristhana
    • Practice of Primary series of Ashtanga with correct technique, alignment, vinyasa and modifications with adjustment for a week With Mysore style at the end of the week
    • Starting with Intermediate series of Ashtanga with preparation to every posture as peak pose
    • Practice of backbend postures from Ashtanga with best progressive movements and Asanas , working with modification and adjustments
    • Practice of Hip opening posture with preparatory Asanas and Streching techniques to achieve complex posture such as Eka pada/ Dvi pada sirsasana, yog nidrasana , Titibhasana, etc.
    • Preparation and progressive Asana sequence for arm strengthennig and balancing position such as pincha mayurasana, Mayurasana, Bakasana.
    • Practice of Advanced Sirsasana with finishing sequence
    • Learning to teach, adjust, modify the practice of Ashtanga for beginners and different level of students.
    • Introduction to Vinyasa flow.
    • Understanding the movement of body with breath.
    • Asanas practice
      • Warmup (dynamic/static)
      • Standing posture
      • Balancing posture (arm, one legged)
      • Sitting posture with twisting and forward bending
      • Prone posture
      • Backward extensions
      • Inversions (upside-down)
      • Supine posture
      • Relaxing posture
    • Theme base Vinyasa flow practice.
    • Restorative asana
    • How to create a Vinyasa flow sequence for :
      • Theme base
      • Free flow
      • Power Vinyasa
    • Improving teaching skills and our asanas practice so we can guide intermediate and advance practitioners
    • Concept of God & Soul
    • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali in detail first 3
    • Samkhya Philosophy
    • Yoga Philosophy
    • Types of Yoga – Bhakti Karma Gyan Raja Yoga Kundalini Yoga, Prapti Marg, Nivrutti Marg & Nada Yoga
    • Gyan Yoga in detail
    • Purushartha
    • Women in the Vedas
    • Hindu Rituals & Significance
    • Cycle of Time
    • Primary Scriptures: The Vedas
    • Primary Scriptures: The Upanisads
    • Primary Scriptures:The Bhagvad Gita
    • Importance of a Guru
    • Sixteen Sanskaras
    • Hindu Gods & Goddesses
    • Triguna Theory
    • Panch Klesha
    • Pancha Kosha
    • Chakra & Kundalini
    • Theory of Karma
    • Sanskrit CHANTING
    • Stories from the scriptures - 3
    • Stories from the scriptures -3
    • Revision
    • Introduction to Asana, Pranayama, Shatkarma and meditation through Anatomy Easy understanding of  musculoskeletal system, how muscles work for movements and position of body , learning to use muscles activation for best results in Asana and exercises outside yogic practices
    • Anatomy of 9 major Joints with 9 Major bandhas of body for pranic healing and stability of body while yoga practice
    • Muscles Co Activation techniques in Yoga practice and exercises in gym or any other platform
    • What is Streching , types of Streching, best streching techniques for body flexibility for complex Asanas
      Ex. Dynamic, static , active , passive, ballistic and PNF streching techniques with proper safety measures and optimised method
    • Understanding of Neuromuscular systems how Muscles are guided and manipulated by our mind, actions, thoughts , emotions and daily expressions
    • Instinctive hardwired Reflex of body which make us react and not respond
      Learning to take charge of it Learning to use Our nervous system to help muscles activate or relax as per need through Autogenic, Reciprocal inhibition and other reflexes
    • Science of respiration while exercising, practicing Asana, and in day to day life , how breathing could help with stress, anxiety, stamina, efficiency of energy and Optimal health
    • Understanding the science of food digestion and nutrients and how to optimise eating and drinking through scientific approach
    • Science of stress management and how to use yogic practices to use stress for helping us rather disturbing us
    • Science of Focus , balance, coordination and movements using scientific researched yogic tools to optimise the bodily functions and health
    • Anatomy of Different types of Asanas
      • With anatomy sequencing methods
      • Such as Backbends, forword bends, balancing, inversions, handstand, plus additional
      • movement training besides yoga Asanas
    • What is prana and Pranayama
    • What is breathing and how breathing works
    • Types of breathing patterns
    • Breathing ability tests
    • Why people breath shallow and fast
    • How to optimise breathing for different types of people
    • How to help anyone breath properly
    • Natural breathing pattern and how to train it
    • Yogic breathing
    • Many different types of breathing patterns which are researched for optimal health condition
    • Practice of shatkarma such as Jala neti, sutra neti, kunjal, agnisar, kapalbhati, trataka and shankhprakshalan
    • Classical pranayama for traditional hatha yoga technique, modification and benefits
    • Sequencing and teaching of pranayama
    • Pranayama for therapeutic purpose
    • Rules and regulations for pranayama practice
    • How to sequence a class
    • How to work with breathing and posture to create an appropriate sequence
    • How to work with different levels of students
    • How to cue/instruct different level of students
    • Importance of Drishti in the posture
    • Time management
    • Qualities of a teacher and student
    • Principles of demonstration, and observation.
    • Assisting and correcting the postures
    • Use of voice in class
    • Mental & emotional preparation for teaching
    • Importance of Active Warm up
    • Different Surya Namaskars and when to use them
    • Step-by-step class structure planning.
    • Sequence preparation for o Yin Yoga
      • Vinyasa theme-based Yoga
      • Peak posture Vinyasa Flow
    • Ashtanga standing sequence teaching practise
    • Practise of opening and closing mantras and their importance
    • Fundamentals and need for Body alignment in Yoga Asanas
    • Alignment of different postures like standing, seated, backward extension, forward extension, twisting, inverted postures
    • Alignment explanation covers
      • How to perform the posture
      • Correct Alignment
      • Common mistakes and Precautions
      • Contraindication
      • Benefits
      • Modifications
      • Verbal adjustments
      • Hands on adjustments
    • Purpose of Meditation & It’s importance in one’s spiritual journey
    • Different paths of Yoga: Bhakti yog, Raja yog, Karma yog, Gyan yog and suitable meditation for each path.
    • Patanjali Yog Sutra limbs related to Meditation. ( Dharana , Dhyana, Samadhi)
    • Ana pan Sati- Vipassana Meditation Technique as per Sayagi Uba Khin
    • Metta Bhavana- Sending love and kindness through meditation
    • Transcendental Meditation as per Maharshi Mahesh Yogi ( TM- Siddhi) 
    • Beej Mantra- Vedic Chanting Meditation
    • Chakra Meditation
    • Kundalini Meditation
    • Yog Nidra
    • Powerful Mantra meditation from Vedas
    • Breathing awareness Meditation
    • Sound Meditation – Indian classical Music – Ragas for meditation
    • Meditation for different ages as per purpose- Children, Teenagers ( Concentration) , adults and senior citizens (well-being)
    • Meditation Therapy for Psychosomatic Disorders – Anxiety , Panic, Stress
  • Students will be tested based on

    • Written Test
    • Asana Practical Test
    • Vinyasa Flow teaching to the class
    • Attendance, Performance & behaviour

    • Sound healing
    • Keertan meditation
    • Beach yoga
    • Acro yoga
    • Yin yoga
    • Partner yoga
    • Observing silence

    Note:- all these additional classes are not part of the course but are included additionally

Daily Schedule for 300 Hour Yoga TTC

  • 05:00 Am Morning Bell

  • 06:00 - 07:00 Am Shatkarma & Pranayama

  • 07:00 - 08:30 Am Vinyasa flow Yoga

  • 08:30 - 09:15 Am Meditation & Mantra chanting

  • 09:15 - 10:00 Am Breakfast in Silence

  • 10:00 - 11:00 Am Yoga Philosophy

  • 11:00 - 12:30 Am Yoga Anatomy & Asanas Alignment

  • 12:30 - 01:30 Pm Teaching Methodology

  • 01:30 - 2:30 Pm Lunch in Silence

  • 05:30 - 7:00 Pm Ashtanga Yoga

  • 07:10 - 08:00 Pm Dinner in Silence

  • 10:00 Pm Lights off

Course Timeline

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Check in Date: 1st of Month, Time: 10:00 AM
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Opening Ceremony Date: 1st of Month, Time: 04:00 PM
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Certification Ceremony Date:28th of Month, Time: 10:00 AM
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Check out Date:29th of Month, Time: 10:00 AM
  • 27 Nights/28 Days of Private or Shared Accommodation
  • 1 Full Body Ayurvedic Massage
  • Yoga Books
  • Notebooks and pens
  • Cleansing Kit
  • Training Manual
  • Theoretical and Practical Skills
  • Fire Ceremony
  • Evening Ganga Beach Meditation
  • Daily Nutritious Vegetarian, Gluten free, Vegan meals and tea
  • Weekend excursions
  • CCTV surveillance
  • 24-hour reception available
  • 24-hour water supply
  • A low-cost laundry service/ washing machine available.
  • Ganga is close to sit and meditate
  • Market nearby
  • Wifi Access
  • Ayurveda Session
  • Kirtan and Movie Night
  • Free Pickup from Dehradun Airport/Rishikesh Bus station/Rishikesh Railway Station.
  • Air fare
  • Room Heater - 150 USD Extra
  • Air-conditioner- 150 USD Extra

Limited Air-conditioned rooms available Request to be placed at the time of booking due to limited availability

Clothes:

  • Please Carry a White Dress For Course Cermony
  • As for Yoga gear, we recommend carrying a couple of pairs of leggings or yoga pants and supportive tops, especially if you have a favorite style.
  • Pants (for yoga, town, travel, hiking)
  • Tops (for yoga, short or long sleeved shirts for other activities)
  • Outer layer (sweatshirt or light jacket/fleece)
  • Sleepwear
  • Sandals or flip-flops
  • Please carry a bath towel

Yoga Mat:

  • Our schools offer mats however, if you are used to use your own, bring one from home.
  • We Provide You All The Course Material

Toiletries:

  • Carry essentials like deodorants, mosquito-repellents, sanitary towels, these are all you can buy From Nearby Shop locally
  • Generally Things Like Soap Or Shampoo You Can Carry With You, Also You can Buy From Here with the nearby Shop.

Medicines:

  • Yoga Schools usually offer Saatvic vegetarian meals. If you are not used to a completely vegetarian meal, we recommend carrying your supplements or multivitamins. In addition carry your supply of prescription medicines, medicines for allergies, flu, muscle pains or even eye drops for dryness.

Note: All classes are mandatory only in case of an emergency or illness one can take leave with respected teacher permission. Uninformed leaves won’t be accepted and this will leave bad impression on student monthly performance.

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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course Fees & Upcoming Dates 2024-2025

1 Jun - 28 Jun 2024

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1 Jul - 28 Jul 2024

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1 Aug - 28 Aug 2024

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1 Sep - 28 Sep 2024

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1 Oct - 28 Oct 2024

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1 Nov - 28 Nov 2024

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1 Jan - 28 Jan 2025

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1 Mar - 28 Mar 2025

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Course Duration: 28 Days

Course Fee:

USD 1299 Private Room

USD 1199 Shared Room

Course Fee without Stay:

USD 1049 Food is Included

What Includes in Our 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training?

  • Ashtanga Vinyasa Series
  • Vinyasa Flow
  • Asana Alignment
  • Pranayama (Breathing Techniques)
  • Philosophy And Ethics
  • Anatomy And Physiology
  • Meditation And Mindfulness
  • Teaching Methodology
  • Excursions & Silence Day

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Ashtanga Yoga

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India by Vinyasa Yoga Ashram includes learning & practising Ashtanga Intermediate and advanced series. The first 15 days of the course includes detailed learning & practising of the Ashtanga Intermediate Series followed by 15 days of classes of advanced Ashtanga Series.

Focus on the backend asanas, the intermediate Ashtanga Series is known as Nadi Shodhana or Nerve Cleansing. This series opens the energy channels that allow a free flow of Prana. While the advanced level of the Ashtanga Series requires an optimum level of flexibility, endurance, and humility. The switching to the advanced series only allows after successfully practising primary and intermediate series.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India by Vinyasa Yoga Ashram includes the advanced Vinyasa Flow. This advanced-level series can be used to keep the body warm and to build strength through the class.

A complete advanced level series of Vinyasa flow can take around 3 to 4 hours depending on the person's energy and strength level.

Vinyasa advanced level series link one asana to another in a continuous movement. This advanced-level series is a continuous sequence of Plank, Chaturanga, Upward-Facing Dog, Downward Dog poses.

Accommodation for Yogi

Soul flourishes in a healthy body in the same way our physical body requires a healthy, safe and hygienic atmosphere. Vinyasa Yoga Ashram has situated in a peaceful place and surrounded by lush green mountains and fields.

Keeping in mind our rooms are designed according to yoga teacher training course. Our rooms are spacious and ventilated. Our management is always your service to keep your rooms clean and hygienic.

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Food for Yogi

Food Whatever we eat can affect our mental and physical body. Eating balanced and nutritious food is very important for yogis. Yogic Diet is based on natural healing, rejuvenating and energizing elements from the revered science of Ayurveda.

It is a perfect food for nourishing the mind, body and souls of budding yogis.

So Vinyasa Yoga Ashram provides you yogic food which helps you physically in increasing your flexibility and stamina, mentally it helps you in being aware of your thoughts and breath. We are very adamant about bringing nutritious, vegan and gluten-free food for our students.

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Excursions

Rishikesh is situated on the land of the divine and spirituality. To experience the beauty and the enthusiasm of the city of Yoga, Let's visit the sacred places of Rishikesh

Prerequisites

A high degree of self-motivation is required for all aspects of the course. The practice and especially the teaching of yoga demand a high degree of self-discipline and purity. To ensure the success of the program, participants are required to attend all spiritual activities, meditation sessions, lectures and asana classes.

Meat, fish, eggs, alcohol, tobacco, drugs and nudity are prohibited during the course as they are counterproductive to the yoga practice. Participants who do not comply with the school rules may be dismissed from the course.


Rules for Students

Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited in the school. If you are having a fast any day, you have to inform the kitchen manager for avoiding food waste. Always make discipline, respect teachers and follow all rules. Always be on the time, you are late means will not be permitted to join the class.

Clear your books of account before departure from Vinyasa Yoga Ashram. Before departure return your books, maps or any goods which you borrowed. Vinyasa Yoga Ashram provides accommodation for a student who joins the yoga course. So any friends or relatives will not be included in accommodation however they can stay in school by renting another room. The student has to be present in all scheduled program of Vinyasa Yoga Ashram.


Refund Policy

An advance of course fees will not be refundable, only in the case of emergency students can join us on other schedules.

If a student cancels the course after joining it, we accept cancellation but course fees will not be refunded in cancellation. There is no charge of course cancellation.

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Frequently Asked Questions on 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

If someone wishes to dive deeper into the overall knowledge of Yoga, the 300 hour Yoga TTC is the perfect course for them. Here every subject is explored deeper to ensure the students are fully prepared to become yoga teachers ready to transform everyone’s life.

Vinyasa Yoga Ashram has some of the most experienced and well trained teachers who will ensure that all your queries are answered. Also, the yogic environment in the ashram helps the students to start their disciplinary life which is then not so difficult to continue even after the course.

Rishikesh is considered the birthplace of Yoga. Here, many saints in the past had come to meditate and gain spiritual knowledge. Their journey and experience have become a source of wisdom that has been passed from one generation to another. So, learning Yoga from Rishikesh is not only about learning how to perform asanas, but about the true Yogic life that one can choose to live.

RYT stands for Registered Yoga Teacher. This is a certification from Yoga Alliance which is an international group recognizing Yoga teachers worldwide. Once you are certified as RYT 300, you can register yourself on the yoga alliance website to allow your name to be listed as a Registered Yoga teacher with them. This will help you to globally validate your certification and thereby help in your Yogic career.

As this is an advanced-level course, the student has to be at least 200 hour Yoga TTC certified and has to have good knowledge of Yoga. Considering this course is for students who are very serious about Yoga practice, we expect them to have a strong foundational knowledge that will help them to dive deeper into the course.

The syllabus covers all the main subjects like multi-style asana that include Ashtanga yoga asana: Primary and Intermediate series, Vinyasa yoga asana derived from Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, theory sessions explored into next level like understanding the strengthening, and stretching techniques in Anatomy and Alignment, detailed information of Yog sutras in philosophy, learning the art to teach in teaching method and advanced meditation and pranayama lessons. The syllabus is as per the Yoga Alliance standards.

200 hour Yoga TTC is designed for beginner to intermediate level students who wish to start their Yogic journey by getting the holistic knowledge of Yoga. 300 hour Yoga TTC is for advanced level practitioners who have gained the basic foundational knowledge and would like to go deeper into the ocean of Yogic wisdom to explore

This course is very intense and will not be suitable for a pregnant woman. However, pregnant women can attend the pre and post natal Yoga TTC course to help them in the journey of pre and post pregnancy.

Your day as a 300 hour student will start at 6 in the morning and will have intense back to back sessions till 7 pm with few breaks in between the classes for food, rest and study. The student has to be ready to teach pranayama, meditation and asana class at the end of the course

Comfortable loose clothes are preferred while performing asana. .

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