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28 Days 200-Hour Spiritual Meditation and Yoga Teacher Training in Pennsylvania, USA

USA Yoga Teacher Training

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Kula Kamala Foundation provides affordable, high-quality training in the teaching and practice of yoga, a complement of holistic therapies and lifestyle. Yoga has been scientifically proven to have several benefits including stress reduction, greater focus and clarity, and overall improved health and happiness. Start or continue your yoga journey with seasoned teachers who are highly educated and continuously dedicated to serving and working in the area of yoga, yoga therapy, and spirituality.


  • Yoga psychology and ethics
  • Anatomy and pathology in yoga
  • Basic principles for effective teaching
  • 200-hour yoga teacher training certification
  • Chanting and visualization in healing and holistic therapy
  • Asana, pranayama, and meditation sessions
  • 27 nights accommodation
  • Daily vegan meals


25 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
The maximum participants in the group is 10
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All accommodations for this yoga teacher training are in dormitory style. Students are housed in dormitory style housing with six to eight beds per 600 square feet room. Dormitories offer both twin and full size beds. There are a limited number of semi private accommodations at an extra charge.

Kula Kamala Foundation Yoga Teacher Training USA Program


Upon completion of this yoga teacher training, students will receive certificate affiliated with Yoga Alliance. Registration with Yoga Alliance provides a globally recognized credential.

During this training, students will study yoga ethics, asana, meditation, pranayama (breath work), history and philosophy, the use of sound (chanting) and visualization in healing and holistic therapy, anatomy, pathology, the importance of alignment, yoga psychology, energy, and basic Sanskrit (the language of yoga).

Participants will learn basic principles for effective teaching and how to work effectively with beginner and intermediate practitioners as well as individuals with common health concerns. Effective adjustments, how and when to use props, how to create a safe environment for your students and for yourself, sequencing of classes, the importance of your personal practice, and how to manifest your inner teacher are also topics of study.

Start or continue your yoga journey with seasoned teachers who are highly educated and continuously dedicated to serving and working in the area of yoga, yoga therapy, and spirituality.

If you seek to move beyond the idea of yoga as a mere physical practice; if you are inspired by the healing potential of love, compassion and community; if you realize that there is more to yoga than meets the eye; if you see the need for 99% of people to slow down and become more mindful, rather than speed up their already stressed out nervous systems, then this is a training you should consider.

If you are interested to know where and how yoga originated, how to incorporate the study of the yoga scriptures so they have potent meaning in your modern life, if you wish to begin or continue a fuller investigation, then this is a training that you should be seriously considering.

Kula Kamala Foundation has been working for nearly a decade to offer teachers in training an amazing program robust with wisdom and knowledge and formatted to educate on the importance of an individualized practice making teachers more aptly prepared to address their own and their students' needs in a professional, safe, loving environment.

Sample schedule

Month-long modules must be completed in a single stay. The daily schedule is organized so that the students receive the utmost quality teachings, while still having a reasonable amount of personal study time.

Typically, the day will run from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Please note there are hourly breaks during the longer sessions. Arrive by 5 p.m. on day one. The final day is graduation and is usually concluded just after lunch.

Day 1

  • 05:00 Dinner
  • 18:00 Opening session

Day 2 and beyond

  • 06:00 Morning Japa meditation
  • 07:30 Morning practice
  • 08:30 Breakfast
  • 09:30 Session one
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Session two
  • 17:00 Dinner and open time
  • 19:00 Session three

Last day

  • 06:00 Morning Japa meditation
  • 07:30 Morning practice
  • 08:30 Breakfast
  • 09:30 Final session
  • 12:00 Lunch

There are some days where the schedule shifts and changes a bit but this is the general structure that we work to follow. Students have one day per week daytime from 8:30 a.m. (after morning practice) until 6 p.m. (return for evening session) as free time during the program. Kula Kamala Foundation also plans at least one field trip.


The retreat will be held at the Kula Kamala Ashram in Reading, Pennsylvania, USA.

This Yoga Retreat is vegetarian-friendly

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The ashram is dedicated to ahimsa which means non-harming. As such, the menu is largely vegan with some vegetarian options. The facility serves only gluten free, organic, and seasonal food when possible. There is plenty to eat. You will be served three meals a day plus snacks.

Meals are served buffet style for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon snack. Meals are high quality, healthy, all natural, and freshly prepared vegetarian sattvic food. Meals are all natural, organic when possible, 95% of the ingredients come from certified organic sources, gluten-free, gmo-free, preservative-free, chemical-free, and dye and additive-free. Kula Kamala Foundation does not serve meat, fish, or chicken, but milk, yogurt, and ghee are available.

Kula Kamala Foundation asks students to help them maintain a food rich environment and to please refrain from bringing outside food to the ashram, especially meat, gluten, eggs, and anything with chemicals, additives, preservatives, and artificial anything.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegan
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Activities you can do during free time

  • Explore the grounds
  • Relax in the ashram
  • See the stunning views
  • Visit the nearby towns and villages

Spa treatments

There are select limited spa services. Please send an inquiry to Kula Kamala Foundation for more information.

What's included

  • Daily vegan meals
  • 27 nights accommodation
  • 200-hour yoga teacher training certificate
  • Tuition

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Local transportation

How to get there

Driving directions from Philadelphia

  • Merge onto I-76W, Pennsylvania Turnpike, toward Valley Forge Merge onto Morgantown Expressway, I-176N via Exit 298 towards Morgantown or Reading.
  • Merge to 422W via Exit 11B on the left towards Reading.
  • Merge to 12 East towards Pricetown.
  • Turn right onto Skyline Drive.
  • Stay to left for Blankenbiller Road, which merges to Antietem Road.
  • Come to a stop sign and turn left to Basket Road.
  • Kula Kamala Foundation will be on the right side.

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Reading Regional Airport (RDG).

Cancellation Policy

  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 7 days before arrival.
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