300 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

The comprehensive 6-month (300-hour) course consists of 24 weekend classes supplemented by daily weekday practice sessions.

Our 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) curriculum is structured to provide students a thorough understanding of yoga's essence and underlying practices. Our focus is on the detailed ideas and concepts that underpin traditional practices, as articulated in the literature. The 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) curriculum has been accredited by the World Yoga Federation. After successfully completing the course, participants will be certified as Yoga Teachers. This course is perfect for those who sincerely want to go on the yoga path.

Course Duration & Schedule

The course will last for a total of 6 months, equivalent to 300 hours, and will consist of 24 sessions held on weekends. In addition, students have the opportunity to engage in daily practice sessions on weekdays. The 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) program is available on a quarterly basis.

Suitability and Considerations for this Course

Individuals must be at least 18 years old to take the course. There is no need for prior yoga experience to participate in this program. If students have any health issues or pre-existing conditions, the routines can be adjusted to their individual requirements.Only those who have really experienced the true benefits of Yoga can properly guide others. As a result, before deciding to undertake Yoga teacher training (YTT), you should carefully assess and ensure that you are suitably prepared to take on the responsibility of leading others through the practices and concepts of the yogic way of life.

300 hrs Yoga Teacher Training

Course Contents briefly

Only certain techniques are taught; please see the entire curriculum below for further information.

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.