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44 Days 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training India

  • Vyasa Yoga Peeth, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India


300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh

A step further into your personal yoga practice, the 300-hour yoga teacher training at Vyasa Yoga Peeth allows you to take a dip deeper into the yoga world. Give a professional edge to your qualification of 200-hour yoga teacher training with this advanced Yoga Alliance-certified yoga course. The way to tranquility and complete freedom has never been paved so clearly before. Following traditional and modern techniques, the 300-hour teacher training course is devoted to making every student the best yoga teacher!


  • Daily yoga classes
  • Daily meditation sessions
  • 300-hour yoga teacher training curriculum
  • Breathing, cleansing and mantra chanting practices
  • Yoga Alliance-approved certification
  • Daily breakfast and two meals
  • 43 nights accommodation

Good to know

  • All ages are welcome as participants.

  • 42 days with instruction
  • English
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During the training course, you will be staying in the accommodation provided by Vyasa Yoga Peeth. They have allocated separate rooms for each student who is attending the yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. Staying alone and spending quality time with oneself, ones soul can be set at ease. However, special arrangements are made if requests for sharing a room are received.

Rooms stand erect amid lush green environments and you will wake up with the chirping of birds sleep under the silence of the towering Himalayas. Special care is taken that every assigned room is well lit, cleaned and ventilated. Proper windows and ventilators are provided, thus, inviting the rushing sounds of the river Ganges and gushing chilly breeze. Washrooms are clean and hygienic. Lukewarm water is available on request. The rooms are equipped with all modern facilities, like showers and other basic amenities. A permanent Wi-Fi connection is available. Rooms are provided with proper furniture, including a very spacious bed, a cupboard and a study table for a comfortable stay.

Rishikesh requires no formal introduction. Known as the yoga gateway of world, Rishikesh has a lot more to offer than mountains, the river Ganges and the chilling breeze. It is the land of yogis! A land where meditation and yoga are practised! A land where sages are born! A land where kids learn to perform yoga from a tender age and grow up to be well skilled and experienced yogis! There could not be a better place than Rishikesh for yoga retreats.

Get an intermediate level of training in the vast field of yoha and while you recollect your yoga learning from the previous cycle, inhale the new information smoothly. Offering the best 300-hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, Vyasa Yoga Peeth is committed to deliver heightened results. In 6 weeks, your traditional yoga gurus will brush your skills and transform your whole being.

This deeper level of training is best suited to those yogis and yoga instructor who want revive their connection with their inner being. Dealing with various hindrances, the 300-hour yoga teacher training course at Vyasa will grant you the key to success in the field of yoga education. A higher level of confidence and power to overcome obstacles will make you a wise and helpful yoga teacher.

Teaching practice

  • Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga
  • Sun salutation A and B
  • Standing series
  • Primary series.
  • Finishing postures
  • Classical Hatha yoga
  • Tada asana
  • Trikona asana
  • Parivrita trikona asana
  • Birvadra asana (A)
  • Birvadra asana (B)
  • Birvadra asana (C)
  • Sun salutation
  • Sava asana
  • Headstand
  • Shoulder-stand
  • Hala asana
  • Matshya asana
  • Janusira asana
  • Paschimottan asana
  • Uttana purva asana
  • Bhujanga asana
  • Salava asana
  • Dhanur asana
  • Nauka asana
  • Chakra asana
  • Pawana mukta asana
  • Spinal twisting
  • Sava asana
  • Pranayamas
  • Abdominal breathing
  • Yogic breathing
  • Nadishodhanam (A, B and C)
  • Kapalbhati
  • Bhastrika
  • Sheetali
  • Sheetkari
  • Ujjayi
  • Bhramari
  • Mudras
  • Jnana mudra
  • Chin mudra
  • Hridaya mudra
  • Shambhavi mudra
  • Viparita karani mudra
  • Kaki mudra
  • Khecheri mudra (philosophy only)
  • Tadagi mudra
  • Yoga mudra
  • Maha mudra
  • Mahaveda mudra
  • Aswini mudra
  • Bandhas
  • Jalandhara bandha
  • Uddiyana bandha
  • Moola bandha
  • Maha bandhas
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Systematic relaxation
  • Level-1 31 points
  • Level-2 31 points
  • Satkriyas
  • Jala Neti
  • Rabad Neti
  • Sutra Neti
  • Kunjala kriya
  • Meditation
  • Soham meditation
  • Mantra meditation
  • Meditation on nirguna (space)
  • Chakra meditation
  • Ayurvedic massage
  • Traditional Indian Ayurvedic massage
  • Philosophy
  • Definition of philosophy
  • Definition of orthodox and heterodox
  • Name of the 12 system of Indian philosophy
  • Introduction to yoga sutra
  • Definition of yoga
  • Vritis of the mind
  • How to control the vritis of the mind
  • Nature of the god according to yoga sutra
  • Introduction to Kriya yoga
  • Introduction to Asthanga yoga (including yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, dharana, dhyana, and Samadhi)
  • 5 kleshas
  • Introduction to Hatha yoga pradeepika
  • Sadhaka tattva
  • Badhak tattva
  • Yogic diet
  • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • Definition of Ayurveda
  • Three doshas
  • Seven dhatus
  • 5 pillars of sadhana
  • Silence
  • Stillness
  • Fasting
  • Celibacy
  • Conquest of sleep
  • Introduction to Vedanta
  • Atma (soul)
  • Manas (mind)
  • Prakriti (nature)

Anatomy and physiology

Human anatomy

History of human anatomy

Anatomy in Ayurveda


Kinds of tissues

Yogic effect on the tissues

Digestive system



Alimentary canal



Gall bladder

Yogic effects on digestive system

Circulatory system


Component of blood

Blood cells

Clotting of blood


Structure and function of the heart

Heart beats

Cardiac circle

Blood vessels

Blood circulation

Arterial system

Yogic effects on circulatory

Respiratory system

Respiratory Track

Blood supply of the lungs

Muscles of respiration

Mechanism of respiration

Gaseous exchange

Internal and external respiration

The rate of respiration

Yogic effects on respiratory system

Muscular system



Origin and insertion of the muscles

Actions and movement of the muscles

Principal muscles of the body

Yogic effects on muscular system

Nervous system

Central nervous system


Frontal brain


Function of the cerebrum




Medulla oblongata

Spinal cord

Peripheral nervous system

Autonomous nervous system

Yogic effects on nervous system

In this section, you will also learn endocrine system and the yogic effects on it, also anatomy of the postures and the pranayamas.

Vyasa Yoga Peeth follows traditional and modern techniques in 300-hour teacher training course to make every student the best yoga teacher. Here are some of more techniques that you will cover in this course:

Iyengar yoga

  • The famous yoga guru, Iyengar form of yoga is explained and taught for greater enhancement.

Breathing practices

  • New form of pranayama is also taught in greater exposure to advance the teaching practices, human body and its anatomy.


  • Verbal songs and sayings are taught to achieve a higher level of living and peace. Fast-paced yoga to extract faster results is also introduced.

Advance mudras

  • This includes kechri mudras, sambhavi mudra, eye mudra, etc.

Daily schedule

  • 05:00 Morning wake-up call
  • 05:30 - 06:00 Morning tea
  • 06:00 - 06:30 Mantra chanting / yogic cleansing practices
  • 06:30 - 08:30 Classical Hatha yoga
  • 08:30 - 09:30 Pranayama / breathing practices
  • 09:30 - 10:30 Breakfast and tea / self-study
  • 11:00 - 12:30 Yoga philosophy
  • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 - 15:30 Rest and self-study
  • 15:30 - 16:45 Yoga anatomy / yoga therapy
  • 17:00 - 19:00 Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga
  • 19:15 - 20:00 Meditation and guest lectures
  • 20:00 - 21:00 Dinner
  • 21:00 - 22:00 Self-study
  • 22:00 Lights off and resting time

Arrival by airplane

You will be flying into Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) or Jolly Grant Airport (DED).


The nearest airport will be Jolly Grant airport Dehradun (40 Minutes distance) . You can also come to New Delhi Airport (7 Hours from Rishikesh).

Transfer can be arranged with charges as following: from New Delhi would be 155 USD and from Dehradun would be 40 USD

Accommodation request / information

  • Requests regarding single or double accommodation should be made before the start date of the training, so that corresponding arrangements can be made.

Additional information

  • For more information, ask your questions directly to Vyasa Yoga Peeth, who will be happy to assist you. Simply click on the Send Inquiry button to send a message.

Swami Nityananda Giri

A child prodigy, Swami ji was a compassionate soul since his birth. A Ph D in Cytogenetic, he has been teaching at many pioneer institutes. But his love for Kriya yoga to which he was introduced in 1994, led him to deeper aspects of this science. An author of the well proclaimed book, Kriya Yoga- The science of life force, he teaches students of Vyasa Yoga Peeth to give initiation to Kriya Yoga. Due to immense busy schedule, it is advised that his presence should be conformed before arriving.

Yogiji Yogendra Mishra

Yogiji Yogendra Mishra holds dual degree, a MPhil from Agra University as well as a physical education science degree from Amravati University.He is very enthusiastic and informed Guru who is very keen to share the knowledge. Yogendra Mishra (commonly known as Yogiji) is a very experienced Yoga and Meditation master. He is mostly teaching in America, Germany, Russia, Japan and Canada. Yogiji has been a Yoga teacher for more than 36 years. He has also taken part in several Yoga research projects determining the association of mental-physical well being and Yoga. These experienced yogis put lots of efforts and who made it possible to make Rishikesh as the world capital of Yoga. He has imparted yoga training Yoga in many countries around the world.

Acharya Tuna Khatua

Founder of Vyasa Yoga Peeth, Tuna Khatua, is one of the renowned yogis in Rishikesh, who have spent their life in this field. A strong believer of Ayurveda and its form, he has been preaching and practicing the same ever since he entered this field. He also preaches Sivananda yoga, Himalaya yoga, six systems of yoga philosophy and yoga anatomy at the ashram. Applying a well qualified approach with a master degree in Yogic sciences, Acharya ji emphasis on simple living and high thinking. He has been constantly under the guidance of great seers and sages of Rishikesh which he amalgamated in his everyday lessons at the centre.

Yogi Sumit Thalwal

A dedicated soul Yogi Sumit is Considered to be the best teacher of Hatha Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Vinyasa flow yoga.

Yogi Sumit is a professional yoga teacher, considering his practice as worship, he is committed to teach and inculcate a discipline in his students practicing yoga, Yogi Sumit started doing yoga and learning sat-sang when he was 13 years old, undertaking knowledge by Swami Shiva Nanda ji maharaj, great yogis and mahatmas in Rishikesh. He has won many championship of yoga in national and inter-national level with great medals and trophies.


State yoga championship in India 2012 – Number 1.

The 38th national yoga championship in Ranchi India 2013 – Number 2.

State yoga championship in Rishikesh, Uttrakhand, India 2013 – Number 2.

13th state yoga championship in Uttrakhand, India 2013 – Number 1.

Swami Omkarananda

Believing in sharing his knowledge and with a view to serve humanity, Acharya Ravindra Singh started his yogic journey. On learning the special techniques of Iyengar Yoga and Hatha Yoga, he is now one of the finest faculties available at the ashram. On gaining experience under many yogis &and learned gurus, he is now teaching at the centre.

Brahmachari Sidhanta

Bramachari Siddhanta has been practicing this spiritual yogic art for more than a decade. He was attracted to the yogic Kriyas long ago, in his early college days. He left his home at the tender age of 16. Since then, he guided and self-motivated himself in the field of yoga. Therefore, he joined Anandamurti Gurumaa at the early age of 22. He loved being there and he got all the insights, practiced yoga and learnt the magical yogic art at Annandamurti Gurumaa's ashram for a long period of 8 years.

He consolidated all the yogic insights from all these years. He took this knowledge to another height of professionalism. Today, as a yoga teacher he is very renowned not just in Rishikesh, but in many other parts of the world too. Later, he concentrated his practice and mastered in Hatha yoga and Japa yoga. As an acknowledged Hatha and Japa yoga teacher, he teaches those branches of yoga dedicatedly and helps students learn many other ways of leading a significant and more meaningful life.

Manual Fernandes

Manual Fernandes is not just a Ph.D., but a lama too. Living and working at Tibetan uddhist meditation retreats (Drikung Kagyu Order) in Pithoragarh and Almora, Kumaon Himalayas, he has learned the spiritual ways like no other. After completing his retreat and learning process, he started to help others in their retreats. A managing director at Swami Ramas ashram in Rishikesh from 2007 to 2011, he learned and worked under his supervision. At the Meditation Research Institute, he offered biofeedback training and supervised research on evoked potentials and physiological responses to external stimuli of advanced meditators from both Hindu and Buddhist traditions with state-of-the-art EEG and other physiological parameter measuring equipment, among other projects.

Dr. Usha Vaishnava

Dr. Usha completed her Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) in 1997 which is internationally recognized. She studied Ayurveda and Herbal Medicine at the famous 150-year-old Gurukul Kangri in Kanpur (renamed Kanpur University in 1966). Her competence is evident in her extensive and varied experience during the past 17 years, having shared her expertise as a lecturer of Kaya Chikitsa at Himalaya Ayurvedic College (Bareilly, U.P.), as a trainee physician in Arya Vaidya Sala (Kottakkal, Kerala) and Panchkarma specialist at Bhole Baba Ayurvedic Hospital and Research Center (Ranikhet, Uttarakhand). She is currently chief consultant and manager of the Ayurveda Nirvana clinic in Rishikesh, providing such services as detailed consultations, prakriti analysis, basic to advanced level ayurveda courses, panchkarma treatments and is a respected instructor of Ayurveda.

During this teacher training course, you will be served two meals per day. The food served in Vyasa Yoga Peeth is heh-based. The kitchen is very close to the Ganges Ganges, and it cooks only tasty, hehy and hygienic food.

The menu changes every day, but the core concept of heh remains constant every time food is served. The menu consists of starters, salads, soups, chapattis, porridge, bowled vegetables, dal, milk, curd according to the choice. The food is prepared using all-hygienic methods. Care is taken that no nutritional elements are lost.

The beautiful interior plus the window view and the serene environment will satisfy your appetite like nothing did!

Teas are also served during training days.

In this teacher training course, you will receive one session of Indian traditional Ayurvedic massage. This is included in the price.

Whats included

2 daily meals and breakfast

43 nights accommodation

Ayurvedic massage

Daily meditation, breathing, cleansing and mantra chanting practices

Daily guided yoga classes

Free Wi-Fi

Unique 200-hour yoga teacher training curriculum

Yoga Alliance certification

  • Massage
  • River
  • Free Wi-Fi
For information about the booking conditions, please send Vyasa Yoga Peeth an inquiry.
  • Review by Jayne Mahoney from UK
    10 out of 10

    "Training at Vyassa yoga Peeth was an incredible journey for me. It opened up my heart and mind to begin to understand the true meaning of yoga. There is so much more to this spiritual pathway then I could have ever imagined. Every single teacher there was so supportive and inspiring, helping us every single step of the way. We got to experience the local culture, meditate by the Ganges and be immersed into the world of yoga. I would recommend this course to anyone who is thinking about beginning or continuing their own journey. Thank you Vyassa yoga Peeth I will always treasure the time I spent training at your school and I definetley plan to return in the future. Namaste"

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  • Review by Yves Gaillard from France
    10 out of 10

    "A great 7 days crafted program for 2 yoga and meditation beginners. We are yoga and meditation beginners and we wanted a 7 days program to improve our practices."

    "We were eally happy with the full program crafted for us : we had a teacher for pranayama/breathing, a teacher for hatha yoga, a teacher for philosophy and a teacher for meditation. "

    "We enjoyed the teachings of everyone. Every teacher was really dedicated to us and we learnt everything that was possible in a week, so that we could practice and improve back home. The room were fine, cleaned very often and we had AC at night! "Always smiling" Tuna, the manager of the school, was always here to make sure our teachings went well and even welcomed us at his home to enjoy a great meal with the other students and the teachers!"

    "We also had the surprise to visit Vasistha cave and to assist a fire ceremony with a swami and other students. We fully enjoyed each day spent and we would be glad to be back to enjoy the teachings and of course Tuna's smile and humor!"

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  • Review by Mark Bucher from London, UK
    10 out of 10

    "I attended the 15 days yoga course at Vedic meditation yoga school and found it very helpful. It was advanced course and covered almost all aspects of yoga. I found the teachers very helpful, the food was good, and the accommodation was awesome. They also offered certificate after I completed the course in two weeks. "

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  • Review by Allen Harris from Vegas, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Frankly speaking the course offered by the center is one of the best and believe me they taught almost everything in just two weeks. The 15-day advanced course was economical too."

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  • Review by Mobilio Florence from Essex, England
    10 out of 10

    "Loved the teaching style of teachers at the Vyasa Yoga Peeth. I learned yoga for 75 hours there. I found the course is doing benefits to my life. It is now helping me staying fit and disciplined. I loved their food too. It was really different and wonderful. The teachers were very friendly and accommodation was good too with attached bath. As a whole I also liked Rishikesh very much. It is a beautiful place in India. People should visit it at least once in a lifetime."

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  • Review by Mariam from Florida, USA
    10 out of 10

    "In summer time I took yoga training classes at Vyasa Yoga Peeth. The center is in Rishikesh and their teaching was wonderful. I liked the place very much. It is located amid beautiful place on the hills and beside a river. The teachers were really very experienced and very good. They were perfect in teaching and very caring too. They paid attention to every student to make sure the yoga practices were done correctly. I liked their accommodation too. The food was awesome. Herbal tea was really great. The co-learners were helpful too, though no one from my region enrolled in the particular session. However, I met learners from Colorado, Caribbean, Poland and more. Would love to go there again and learn advanced courses."

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  • Review by Mark Francis from Spain
    10 out of 10

    "I was really excited to learn yoga from Vyasa Yoga Peeth after learning about the center from a friend of mine. I opted for the 300-hour course and found it too much helpful. The teaching staff who guided us to practice yoga correctly were very helpful. I opted for the accommodation provided by the center and found it okay. It had attached bath. Food offered here were also good."

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  • Review by Fahnem J. from New Delhi, India
    10 out of 10

    "I can truly say that I valued my experienced learning yoga with Vyasa Yoga Peeth. All the teachers are very experienced and interesting. They have a broad knowledge of the subjects as well as the experience that they could share with the students for the course. It is a complete mental, physical and spiritual journey. Well done and I definitely will come back to sought for more knowledge."

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  • Review by Kat Herbert from North Carolina, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I have recently completed the 200-hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. My overall experience has been a fantastic one that I will never forget.The teachers are all very well educated and knowledgeable in a variety of areas. Each class has been very informative and I feel like I have gained a lot of important and necessary information to start practicing as a beginners yoga teacher.The accommodation was excellent; a private room with a private bathroom is exactly what I needed here in India. All the staff are very friendly and helpful at the hotel and they make you feel welcomed.All meals were provided and were very good. Each day was more or less the same food but if you want to eat out its very easy to find a restaurant close by. I would highly recommend this school and I am looking forward to study with Tuna Khatua again in the future.If you want to have a real yoga and Indian culture experience, this is the school to come to.Thank you for everything, my Indian experience has been wonderful because of all of you at Vyasa Yoga Peeth."

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  • Review by Omnia from Texas, USA
    10 out of 10

    "The 200-hour yoga teacher training had been a really good experience. I learnt a lot of different things. It is an interesting course, because they dont teach just practice, they teach you much more. I didnt know anything about the philosophy of yoga and now I think is the most important. The Teachers are great, each of them. They had been our family in those days. I have to do a special mention about Tuna ji - he is now more than a teacher, he is a good friend. He has shown us about Indian culture. We had a really fun time. I am very happy with everything. The food is very good but they did not change the menu frequently ."

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  • Review by Rossy Ji from Bogota, Colombia
    10 out of 10

    "After 4 weeks doing the 200-hour yoga teacher training I feel so happy because I have had the opportunity to do this course in this magic place, which is Rishikesh. I could meet with wonderful people, lovely classmates and really nice teachers. I have learned a lot of things about yoga. Furthermore, I have had very good experiences outside the school too."

    "I am so grateful to my special teacher, Tuna ji. He has been more than a teacher, now I can feel that he is a great friend of us."

    "All the staff has been very helpful in every moment when I needed of them. The food was very good at first, but after one week I started to feel very bored because it was always the same."

    "In conclusion, it has been a wonderful experience and I recommend it to everyone because I have enjoyed it a lot and I have learnt so many things that are very important for life."

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Rishikesh, India

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