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The Yoga Alliance 200-hour yoga teacher training course is a comprehensive yoga teacher training designed in accordance with the 200-hour requirements for registration with Yoga Alliance. At the end of the course you will be a certified yoga instructor, eligible to register with the Yoga Alliance.
Rishikesh Yogis 200-hour course is specially designed for beginners as well as for advance learning because the components of this course create a synthesis which is rare in teacher training around the world. Initially, asana practice will be explained and verified alongside the anatomy section. Later practice of asana, pranayama, and especially meditation will be examined and explained in parallel with the study of yoga philosophy.
You will be accommodated in a very serene ashram-like environment. Each of the participants will be accommodated on single occupancy basis. Your room will have attached shower, with 24 hours hot and cold running water.
This 200-hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh has in-depth concentration on the topics of Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, and Classical Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali. These three systems constitute the fundamental principles of psycho-energetic therapeutic systems of Yoga. Besides discussions on these areas of yogic discipline, there will be sessions on practical teaching methodology in class, which will help yoga practitioner and yoga aspirants to learn nuances of class teaching. The teaching methodology is one of the fundamental topics of study which, unfortunately, is not taught in-depth in most yoga centers in the world, but Rishikesh Yogis Yogshala pays great attention to it.
The school has developed an immersive and intensive syllabus for all those students of 200 Hours Yoga TTC who want to delve deeper into the philosophy and practices of yoga. The course will not only help you understand the subject of yoga intellectually, but the school's mission is to incorporate the principles of yogic philosophy in class teaching, which will ultimately assist both teacher and students to evolve at physical, mental and spiritual levels.
There are specific sessions designed to enable a yoga aspirant understand the nuances of class teachings based on yogic principles and discussions on philosophical topics which eventually, help streamline the approach and experiences of yogic practices in the class.
Based on the guidelines of Yoga Alliance, USA, the course syllabus has five major areas of concentrated study, as follows:
The first step of study is the Technique, Training and Practice of Yogic Discipline. Practical teaching is further consecrated into components of Hatha Yoga,Vinyasa Yoga and Meditation. Being an aspirant of yoga, the team believes it is essential that you, as a yoga practitioner, delve deeper into the practical teaching of yoga. Therefore, there are two sessions entirely dedicated to practice of Asana (Hatha Yoga pose) and Pranayama (Breathing Technique), while one session is completely devoted to meditation therapy every day. In the morning session of Hatha Yoga, the focus of teaching is on the techniques of Traditional Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Mudra (Yogic Psycho-Physical Gestures), Bandha (Psycho- Energetic Locks) and Shatkriyas (Cleansing Techniques of Hatha Yoga). The evening practice sessions focus on Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training and Meditation.
In this 200 Hour Yoga Training Certification, Meditation forms an integral and the most important stage of any yogic journey. With primary focus on yoga asana practice only, Meditation is often ignored in many yoga retreats and yoga classes. However, without incorporating meditation in one’s Sadhana, the journey of yoga is incomplete. The entire focus of classical teaching of Patanjali is to reach the state of consciousness that is free from fluctuations. As outlined in the sutras of Patanjali:
Yoga is the cessation of all fluctuations (Vritti) of consciousness.
At Rishikesh Yogis, the team teaches a very diverse range of meditation techniques sourced from authentic systems and branches of yoga philosophy. All these techniques of meditation such as Yoga Nidra, Antar Mouna, Ajapa Japa, Hridyakasha, Dharana, etc. are Pratyahara and Dharana techniques; which systematically help to discipline and harmonize your mental and emotional energies. Apart from these meditation methods, there is equal concentration on harnessing physical, as well as, pranic energies through intense sessions of Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga sessions. Every day there will be three and half hours of sessions dedicated to these two streams of physical-energetic disciplines. This 200 Hour Yoga TTC is one of the most balanced and intensive yoga teacher training courses available in Rishikesh, India. This course does not only help you become a full-fledged yoga teacher professionally, but also refines you and evolves you as an individual.
The second part of our Yoga Alliance – 200 Hour Teacher Training syllabus is the Teaching Methodology of Yoga. This includes topics such as elements of presentation, effective class management and business aspects of teaching yoga. After becoming a yoga teacher, you are responsible for not simply teaching a class, but also becoming an inspiration, a role model and an accomplished technician of yogic teaching. Learning a set of asanas and meditation sessions do not make one an effective yoga guru. The team at Rishikesh Yogis strives to share with their practitioners the nuances of class teachings along with sharing knowledge about the discipline and the ethics of a Yoga Teacher. Apart from teaching the technical aspects of class teaching, the teachers encourage very interactive and vibrant discussions on various aspects of a yogic lifestyle. There are interactive discussions about different aspects of class teaching and presentation.
The journey of yoga is all about knowing oneself. In most practical sense, if we want to know ourselves, we should start with our own body. The discipline of somatic psychology says that our body is the log of our habits, traumas, complexes and psychic predispositions.
The third aspect of the 200-hour YTTC syllabus entails knowledge of the human body and movements in light of yogic practices. Under this topic of Anatomy and Physiology, you will not only understand the structure and the functions of a human system and its organs, but also study their interaction and involvement in yogic practices. A major part of this discussion will also incorporate the concept of yogic anatomy and physiology, primarily focused upon the subtle concept of nadis, chakras and pranic physiology.
There will be in-depth discussion on the foundations of Yogic Philosophy, which will entail the study of classical texts, such as Patanjali Yoga Sutras. There are chapters dedicated on the tradition of Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga with reference to the system of Tantra Philosophy. There will be dedicated lessons on untouched, but very important areas of Samkhya Philosophy which forms the metaphysical background of Patanjali Yoga sutra.
The final segment of the 200 Hour YTTC syllabus is practicum, which involves the process of harnessing the skills through practical sessions. These sessions are conducted in group settings, aimed at refining teaching skills of practitioners in real and live yoga classes. These classes are conducted under the supervision of the lead teacher. Upon completion of each session, feedback, suggestions and appropriate guidance is provided to enhance one’s teaching quality in class.
During this training, you will be able to enjoy a guided walk in Rishikesh, visit the local market, understand the local history and listen to the secret stories of the city, as well as visit the 500-year old temples.
This course takes place Rishikesh Yogis Yogshala's centre in Rishikesh, which is an amazing spiritual Indian city, also known as the capital yoga of the world.
During the course, you will be served three daily vegetarian meals.
One Ayurvedic massage is included in the price package.
Jolly Grant airport at Dehradun (DED) is the nearest airport to Rishikesh, which is approximately 22 kilometers away from the centre of the town. Travelling from Delhi to Rishikesh by air takes 40- 45 minutes. Popular carriers like Air India, Spice Jet, Indigo and Jet Airways often have regular flights from New Delhi (except during the night). Some of these airlines operate from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi (DEL) and others from domestic airport, New Delhi. Average commuting time from International Airport to the domestic airport in Delhi is 40 minutes. There is free shuttle service between these two airports.
The school will be able to provide the airport transfer from and to Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun (DED) upon request. The transfer service costs approximately 15 USD single way and 30 USD for round trip.
Reaching Rishikesh from New Delhi International Airport (DEL) is another option. Distance between International Airport and Rishikesh is 245 kilometers. Average travel time between New Delhi Airport and Rishikesh town by taxi is 6 hours. The school may arrange pick up from Airport which will cost 75 USD, for one way and 145 USD, for round trip.
There are train services between New Delhi railway station and Haridwar, which is adjacent city located 24 kilometers from Rishikesh. Once arrived at Haridwar railway station you will need a taxi to reach Rishikesh again, which costs approximately 20 USD one way and 40 USD, for round trip.