Yoga for Beginners

October 11, 2017

Two Week Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh, India at Vinyasa Yoga Ashram

Full-fill your dream to become a certified accomplished yoga teacher with Vinyasa Yoga Ashram.

2 Week 100 Hours (15 Days Yoga Course)-

The 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (Pre-TTC) is first section of 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Vinyasa Yoga Ashram that conducts every month throughout the year, This short term course is designed for all walks of life people. For those who wants to learn yoga to become certified yoga teacher, For those who wants to learn yoga only for their personal development. For those who wants to learn yoga to discover their spiritual side also for those who wants to skip from their jobs for some time to rejuvenate their soul. Students who do not have the time to complete the 200 Hours Yoga course in the traditional four weeks, Vinyasa Yoga Ashram offers you the opportunity to complete the 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training in two sections. the first section of the 200 HRS TTC which is 100 hrs yoga TTC will be completed at our Yoga ashram. After completing the first 100 hours you are free to complete the remaining 100 hours with in the same year in any month when you have time to visit again at Vinyasa Yoga Ashram.

These two semesters must be completed within the year of commencement, the certificate will be awarded to the student once all of the required hours, assignments and examinations are successfully completed.

Aim Of Yoga Education

Yoga education helps in self-discipline and self-control, leading to immense amount of awareness, concentration and higher level of consciousness.

  1. To enable the student to have good health. 
  2. To practice mental hygiene. 
  3. To possess emotional stability. 
  4. To integrate moral values. 
  5. To attain higher level of consciousness.


Yoga education could help to equip oneself with basic knowledge about one’s personality, to learn to handle oneself well in all life situations, to learn techniques of gaining good health, to develop a discriminative mind capable of knowing the real from the unreal and to face the dualities of life with equanimity.