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30 Days 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India

  • Yoga Bhawna Mission, New Bypass Road, Uttarkashi 249141, Uttarakhand, India

30 Days 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India

  • Yoga Bhawna Mission, New Bypass Road, Uttarkashi 249141, Uttarakhand, India

Yoga Teacher Training India

Join Yoga Bhawna Mission and be a better and effective yoga teacher. This typical professional beginner course is for those who want to peruse his or her professional yoga training. The course is based on ancient Indian traditional yoga technique which include the moral concept of ashanas, pranayama, meditation, mudra and bandha. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be awarded with 200-hour teacher training certificate affiliated from Yoga Alliance which later can be produced for the further advance yoga studies for 300 and 500-hour certificate. Come and explore this unique science of ascetic discipline.


  • Daily yoga classes
  • Theory and practical classes
  • Complete teacher training course and syllabus
  • Certification upon completion from Yoga Alliance USA
  • Nature excursions and recreational activities
  • Daily nutritious vegetarian meals
  • 29 nights’ accommodation
  • Airport transfers
  • 26 days with instruction
  • English
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Uttarkashi Ashram

Yoga Bhawna Mission’s ashram in Uttarkashi have 18 luxury rooms that are river-facing and have all modern amenities. All the rooms have queen size beds, air-conditioning, LCD TV, and hot geysers in the toilets. The accommodation provided at Yoga Bhawna Mission is on sharing basis. However, in special cases, Yoga Bhawna Mission will provide single occupancy-based accommodation under terms and conditions.

Barkot Ashram

This ashram with its 16 luxury camps ensures optimum comfort for the yogi and yoga practice. The experience and facilities provided in the ashram is superior to that of any hotel or resort in the surrounding.


  • Bathroom amenities
  • Drinking RO fliter water
  • Kettle with complimentary tea and coffee provisions
  • Power backup
  • Running hot and cold water
  • Specialized evening turn down service with daily morning cleaning

Yoga Bhawna Mission (YBM) emphasizes on yoga teacher training based on the basic script of yoga written in the Vedas and Upanishad and the motto is to derive it in the friendliest way so that it can be practiced by a volume of people without losing the essence of its originality.

This yoga teacher training program is beautifully designed and crafted for beginner to advanced level. Yoga Bhawna Mission’s masters have set the theory and practical for all categories accordingly and have designed the basis of ample research and study. This is a full-time regular residential course, extended over period of four weeks. It will be conducted six days in a week.

The trainees need to understand role and significance of yogic attitude and yogic lifestyle in life. Keeping that aims in mind, the syllabus of the course incorporates all components of the basics of yoga, yogic practices, and its teaching method.

Course objective

  • To orient the trainees in principles and practices of yoga
  • To train the participants in yogic style of living
  • To make teachers aware of the needs for their overall healthy development
  • To make the participant understand the methodology of teaching yoga
  • To help participants learn various techniques necessary for yoga teaching
  • To help participants develop capacity for organizing yoga classes
  • To help participants learn and understand yogic practices
  • To develop among the participant the skills in effectively imparting of yoga training

Course program

The duration of the course is four weeks. The classes will be held from Monday till Saturday, with a half day on Thursday and an off day on Sunday.

Syllabus overview

  • Mantra japa
  • Yoga postures (asana)
  • Breathing exercises (pranayama)
  • Yoga gestures (mudras)
  • Energy lock (bandhas)
  • Meditation (dhyana)
  • Yogic sleep (yoga Nidra)
  • Yogic cleansing exercises (shatkarma)
  • Anatomy and physiology (sharir vijyan)
  • Yoga philosophy
  • Teaching practice
  • Teaching methodology

Course outline

Recitation of sacred sound (mantra chanting)

The purpose of mantra chanting in yoga is to generate vibrations and connect with the universe. Each mantra is special and rich with spiritual energy.

What you will learn:

  • Morning prayers
  • AUM mantra
  • Guru mantra
  • Gayatri mantra
  • Samudra vasane mantra (for Mother Earth)
  • Pavamana mantra
  • Shanti mantra

Yoga postures (asana)

Students will gain extensive knowledge on yoga postures and will increase their strength, flexibility, and discipline.

What you will learn:

  • Joint movement exercise
  • Warm up exercise
  • Classical and traditional Hatha yoga
  • Vinyasa Flow yoga (intermediate level)

Pranayama (breathing practices)

Pranayama is an ancient yogic breathing technique that is used as preparation for meditation and is a vital aspect of practicing yoga. It improves the respiratory system and purifies the body and mind.

What you will learn:

  • Clavicular, thoracic, and diaphragmatic breathing
  • Kapala-bhati (fire breathing)
  • Bhastrika (belly breathing)
  • Nadi-sodhanam (alternate nostril breathing)
  • Bhramari (brain cells activating humming breathing)
  • Ujjayi (throat chakra breathing)
  • Surya-bhedi (sun energy activation breathing)
  • Chandra-bhedi (moon energy activation breathing)
  • Sitli (cooling mouth breathing)
  • Sitkari (cooling teeth breathing)

Mudra (yoga gestures)

The practice of mudra hand gestures is an ancient facet of yoga. Performing gestures affects the energy flow of the body and can change a person’s spiritual and mental characteristics.

What you will learn:

  • Jnan mudra
  • Chin mudra
  • Bhairava mudra
  • Hridaya mudra
  • Vishnu mudra

Bandhas (energy lock)

The practice of Bandhas expands the lung capacity and breathing capabilities during yoga. It also strengthens the entire body from the inside out.

What you will learn:

  • Uddiyana bandha (abdominal lock)
  • Jalandhar bandha (chin lock)
  • Maha bandha
  • Mula bandha (root lock)

Meditation (dhyana)

Meditation is a systematic practice that promotes physical, mental and emotional tranquility with the purpose of reaching samadhi (self-realization).

What you will learn

  • Basics of meditation
  • Breathe awareness meditation
  • Mantra meditation
  • Kundalini active meditation
  • Dynamic meditation
  • Om meditation

Yoga Nidra

When a yoga practitioner moves through the various internal states of yoga Nidra, a profound experience of relaxation occurs. This is called “turiya,” a sensation of pure bliss.

What you will learn:

  • Basic relaxation
  • Tension relaxation
  • Full body relaxation

Yoga cleansing (shatkarma)

Yogic cleansing exercises are important to learn how to incorporate your breath and meditate properly during physical aspects of yoga. It also removes the blockages in the energy channels.

What you will learn:

  • Jal-neti
  • Rubber-neti
  • Tratak
  • Kapalbhati
  • Kunjal kriya
  • Nauli and agnisar

Anatomy and physiology (sharir vijnan)

Proper understanding of the physical body will help to prevent injury before, during, and after practice. There are two kinds of yoga anatomy: physical and spiritual. Understanding both types is needed.

What you will learn:

  • Respiratory system
  • Circulatory system
  • Muscular system
  • Skeletal system
  • Nadis (energy channels)
  • Panchakosha (five sheaths)
  • Pancha tatwa (five great elements)
  • Chakras (energy points)
  • Kundalini (prime force)

Yoga philosophy

Yoga philosophy is the foundation of your yoga practice and is the key to earn yogic strength. Through the path of Vedanta Philosophy, you will establish a solid, well-rounded yoga practice.

What you will learn:

  • Eight limbs of yoga
  • Philosophy of Hatha yoga
  • Five elements and five sub-elements
  • Yogic Lifestyle (Daily Schedule of a Yoga Student)
  • Emotional purification

Ayurveda (the sister science of yoga)

  • Five pillars of sadhana
  • Yoga sutras of patanjali
  • Prana and Kundalini yoga theory (introduction)
  • Steps and techniques of meditation theory
  • Control and nine disturbances of the mind
  • Nadis and chakra theory
  • Philosophy and practice of yoga Nidra
  • Hatha yoga pradipika (the nature of Hatha yoga)
  • Art and science of silence
  • Bhagawat Geeta and 18 yogas

Teaching practice (adhyapanam)

Students will take turns practicing their teaching skills by performing in front of their peers and teachers.

What you will learn:

  • Demonstration
  • Alignment
  • Instructions

Teaching methodology

A yoga teacher should efficiently perform the practical applications of class planning and preparation. Students will learn how to create a positive and peaceful class environment for an enjoyable and transformative experience.

What you will learn:

  • Step-by-step class structure planning
  • Student guidelines (how to care for different skill levels in your class)
  • Class preparation (mental and emotional preparation for teaching)

Yoga teacher training certificate and assessments

During this yoga teacher training, the students are continuously assessed throughout the course at all levels. There will be a practical test to evaluate the understanding and skills of the students. An internationally accepted certificate will be given from Yoga Bhawna Mission certified by Yoga Alliance International USA upon completion of training.

Eligibility and accreditations

This 200-hour yoga teacher training course certification is accessible for anyone who is interested in deepening their yoga practice. Yoga Bhawna Mission is a registered yoga school (RYS) with Yoga Alliance which designates this teacher training program as one which follows Yoga Alliance's standards.

Sample daily schedule

  • 05:45 Morning tea
  • 06:00 Satkarma
  • 07:00 Yagya followed by asana practice
  • 08:30 Pranayama and mantra chanting
  • 09:30 Breakfast
  • 10:30 Self-study
  • 11:30 Theory or philosophy
  • 13:00 Lunch and rest
  • 15:30 Anatomy and yoga therapy
  • 16:30 Asana practice or Ashtanga Vinyasa
  • 18:00 Meditation and mantra
  • 19:30 Dinner
  • 20:00 Self-study and questions and answer
  • 21:00 Sleep

Included in your course package are Himalayas sightseeing trip and nature excursions.

  • Bhawna Bhargava

    Co-founder of Yoga Bhawna Mission , Bhawna Bhargava has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. Native to India, she started learning yoga at the age of 9.Her formal training started in 2004 at the Royal Palace School in Jaipur, India.Inspired by the experience, completed her TTC at Yoga Passage in Calgary folowed by Ashtanga training from India.Specializing on breath work Pranayama,Yoga Nidra and Meditation she continues to train and teach workshops at various events in western Canada .Her most recent endeavor has brought her back to India as a Co-founder and teacher at Yoga Bhawna Mission.

  • Kontey Pardeshi

    Kontey competencies is in ashtanga hatha yoga, vinyasa style, training different styles of yoga program with specialized in senior/kids yoga. Through with patanjali,ashtanga, hatha, hot yoga (bikramyoga)and vinyasa yoga styles having visual & creative abilities, he has also created and demonstrated 108 different variations in sun salutations.

Located at two beautiful locations in the higher Himalayan Mountain Range one at Barkot and another at Uttarkashi (both Location in Uttarakhand State), both location has their unique significance and magical energy wafting onto the retreat.

Yoga Bhawna Mission, UttarKashi Ashram

This is located at convenient distance from Rishikesh and takes only 5 to 6 hour of scenic journey. Beautifully located on the banks of Bhagirathi river, this Ashram is 4 kilometers before hustle bustle and traffic jams of Uttarkashi town. Our dedicated travel desk team works promptly and will collect all information before arrival through emails/phone calls and arrange to assemble from various arrival point at New Delhi for a group departure in our vehicle so that one have smooth check in at our Yoga camp.

Yoga Bhawna Mission, Barkot Ashram

Situated at an elevation of 1,220 meters above sea level, Barkot Camp Ashram is one of the popular destinations situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, India. The Barkot city is surrounded on the north by the Dehradun district, on the northeast by Tibet, on the east by Chamoli, on the southeast by the Rudraprayag district and on the south by Tehri Garhwal district.

This Ashram with its 16 luxury camps ensures optimum comfort for the yogi and yoga practice. The experience and facilities provided in the ashram is superior to that of any hotel or resort in the surrounding and not the least enjoy a dip into the holy ganga water kund (spring) at the resort campus. The Ganga Kund has been recognized by A.S.I (archaeological survey of India).

The Confluence of Ganga, Yamuna & Saraswati is one of the major attraction of the ashram. Yamuna flowing as its main course, Ganga water emerging out of the ganga kund (cold water spring) merges with Yamuna and a stream of Kedar Ganga confluences with the Yamuna. (the source of kedar ganga is said to be from where river Saraswati emerges).


  • Dehra Dun, 125 kms
  • Haridwar, 185 kms
  • New Delhi, 395 kms
  • Rishikesh, 175 kms
  • Hiking
  • Massage
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • River
  • Yoga studio
  • Medical assistance
  • Room cleaning
  • Tour assistance

During the training course, you will be served daily nutritious vegetarian meals that include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Detox juices and herbal teas will also be served.

At Yoga Bhawna Mission, you have an opportunity to spend one hour daily to the nearby surrounding. The ashram is just adjacent to Bhagirathi River and one can have privilege to practice on the bank of river or in the lap of forest and mountain. You will be guided by the resident team on alternate Sunday for the mountain walk followed by village walk or trekking and river walk and outdoor game such as volleyball.

Yoga Bhawna Mission’s ex-students have repeatedly testify that this is the best part of their stay at the ashram, an opportunity to use their hands and feet for a fruitful purpose, get closer to nature, and learn. It is an immensely therapeutic experience in itself and numerous yogi have said how their stresses just disappeared as they were so close to nature.

You will have the opportunity to enjoy Ayurvedic massage, Do-Sirodhara, and steam bath at additional costs.

  • 3 daily nutritious vegetarian meals
  • 29 nights’ accommodation
  • Airport transfers from and to Jolly Grant Airport (DED)
  • All theory and practical classes
  • All yoga classes
  • Ayurvedic health and personal care items (body wash and body oil)
  • Certification upon completion from Yoga Alliance USA
  • Detox juices and herbal teas
  • Himalayas sightseeing trip and nature excursions
  • Outdoor yoga practice and meditation
  • Pranayama and meditation practices
  • Teaching course tuition and training syllabus
  • Weekend social, cultural, and recreational activities
  • Weekly group discussion aimed to develop your critical skills
  • Yoga teacher training complete curriculum and materials
  • Airfares
  • Personal expenses
  • Train and bus fares

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), where you can take a domestic flight into Jolly Grant Airport (DED). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Yoga Bhawna Mission escort will pick you up from the airport.

Arrival by bus

You can either come to Deharadun or Rishikesh from New Delhi and it is strongly advised that you inform Yoga Bhawna team in advance so that they can help you with the arrangement of bus ticket from New Delhi and can escort you from the bus stand to avoid any confusion.

Yoga Bhawna Mission dedicated travel desk will assist you while booking your bus ticket. Please note that if you are coming from New Delhi by bus then ideally you should get down to Dehradun, but if you want to come to Rishikesh, then you need to advise Yoga Bhawna Mission in advance so that they can arrange a pickup from Rishikesh with nominal extra charge.

If you are more adventurous and want to explore by you own from New Delhi to Dehardun or Rishikesh, then please follow below instruction.

Depending on the time your plane arrives in Delhi, taking a bus can be a tricky option. The Volvo buses from Delhi to Dehradun stop running around 8:00 p.m. If your plane arrives in Delhi in the evening, you will have to get a hotel for the night and then make your way to Delhi ISBT (inter-state bus terminus) in the morning.

From the airport, get a prepaid taxi to take you to Delhi ISBT. You are strongly advised to only go to the government-approved taxi stand located right outside the airport exit. The price from the Delhi airport to Delhi ISBT will be 500 INR.

Once you arrive at Delhi ISBT, navigate your way to the bus station’s ticket stands on the second level (go up the escalator). Go to the Uttarakhand State booth and ask when the next Volvo bus will be leaving for Dehradun. The bus ticket approximately costs between 300 to 400 INR.

You should get off the bus at Dehradun bus station, which is usually their last stop if their destination is Dehradun. Once you arrive at Dehradun bus station, Yoga Bhawna Mission escort will coordinate with you as per email communication and name card.

Arrival by train

You can book Shatabdi express train which runs every day from New Delhi to Dehradun railways station. You are advised to inform Yoga Bhawna’s team in advance so that the team will assist you on booking railway ticket for your smooth arrival followed by escorted guide.

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 15% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 20 days before arrival.

Verified reviews

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    Review by Kirah Doerr from United States

    This school needs work

    CONS Cons: I didn't receive my supplies until the 4th day, no planned excursions, a teacher was having sex with students, teachers were not being paid in time, heard multiple arguments between Vijayant and various staff, the yoga hall has fleas and the taped down carpeting was not safe for asana. The instructors were not knowledgeable of modifications for back pain. The students I talked to were not happy, the overall vibes of the place was tense and not good for learning. I want some money back, and for yoga teaching alliance to audit this place. It was not as advertised and the manager/teachers do not practice what they preach. Very disappointing.

    PROS Pros: I liked the location, students, and most of the staff

    2017-Sep-13 02:45:25

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    Review by Helen Barefoot from Great Britain

    This is not as ashram or a yoga school. This is a hotel

    CONS Cons: The place was dirty. But clean. Two yoga teachers were pushy and not trained in yoga alliance. They were not teaching teacher training, modicficadions or adjusting or Anatony for yoga. Food was awful and repetitive and you had to beg for a cup of tea. Manager was unprofessional. No syllabus or structure when I arrived. Classes would get cancelled or teachers not turn up for lessons. Drivers who took me to local market drunk and getting into fights, ripping me off with money. Teachers unhappy and leaving half way through course and several students threatened and did leave. Hardly any mediating or mantras. This is not a ashram that is relaxing, this place is full of drama theatrics. Hotel guests would take up rooms and it was very awkward at times because they would make noise. This place is unit for purpose and should be shut down. Manager did not send course notes to me. I had to do most of the work myself and teach myself.

    PROS Pros: I made some good friends and I liked the location

    2017-Sep-13 02:13:49

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    Review by Martina Hudáková from Slovakia

    CONS Cons: food; information about how to teach, and what kind of thing is good, and what kind of thing is not good to do with our students ( we got just a little bit of this kind of knowledge)

    PROS Pros: My classmates; books about yoga, what was in library,

    Organizer response: Dear Martina Hudáková Please note that the course you had applied is a beginner course and have certain syllabus as per manual, although we will take your feedback and will try to revise it in our best possible way. We serve Yogic and vegetarian food which is called satwik food and we want our student to have a yogic lifestyle and its sometime difficult for someone who is not ready for it, we sincerely apologies for it but the three meals which we serve have a adequate amount of nutrition and unlimited served but at the same time we understand. We appreciate your comments and certainly we look on all our feedback with true heart. Thank you again and we wish you all the best. Love and Light

    2017-Aug-11 06:59:02

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    Review by Miriam Saldon from United States

    CONS Cons: Kitchen is dirty Facility is dirty and smelly so much flies and trash around the building No food variety

    PROS Pros: People are very religious and polite

    Organizer response: Dear Mirium Saldon, We are sorry for the inconvenience you faced as it was monsoon time and our location is in Himalayan range with a natural habitat in surrounding hence the flies were there because of harvesting time. As we were installing nets on the entire window during your training time hence the workers were doing there job in slots because of rain and didn’t get time to clear the scrap on timely basis which creates some time trash around. The installation was completed during your training time and we have cleared all the trash around. We are sorry for this inconvenience caused but at the same time we have made the permanent solution for all our ventilation and window with net so that going forward no student will have such inconvenience. Regarding your concern about food please note that we serve Yogic and vegetarian food which is called SATWIK food and we want our student to have a yogic lifestyle and its sometime difficult for someone who is not ready for it, we sincerely apologies for it but the three meals which we serve have a adequate amount of nutrition and unlimited served but at the same time we understand the value of Yogic food and we strongly recommend to have discipline in food and avoid any junk, processed food or any food which is not recommended during yoga practice. We also serves 100% vegetarian food which means even eggs is not allowed although there are some area in this world where eggs are not treated as non vegetarian .

    2017-Aug-09 00:19:21

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    Review by Alba Mancera from India

    Organizer response: Namaste Alba We wish you good luck, happy and healthy life. Our best wishes for your endeavor. Love and Light !!

    2017-May-01 07:09:07

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    Review by Mattia Serafini from India

    Organizer response: Namaste Matia, We wish you good luck, happy and healthy life. Our best wishes for your endeavor. Love and Light !!

    2017-Apr-14 03:12:28

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    Review by Anna Hogstrom from Portugal

    Rubbish management

    CONS Cons: Management was terrible. False, rude and oozing of negative energy! So so so disappointing... Considering they're supposed to teach yoga - the opposite of all of that! I felt like I was imprisoned... Such a bad experience. I highly recommend you to go elsewhere. Makes me feel sick just thinking about the way the manager treat his guests. The fact that he's supposed to be the meditation teacher is just the biggest joke ever.

    PROS Pros: Philosophy teacher Shastry was great. Cleaning ladies and kitchen staff were friendly and helpful. A shame kitchen weren't given nutritional food to cook with. Seriously lacking nutrition, and forget about any "detox juices" and many other things promised in the course description. The surrounding area is nice, however the ashram it self could possibly be one of the most negative places on this planet.

    Organizer response: Dear Anna Hogstrom Our school principle is truly based on Yogic lifestyle which some time looks difficult but at the same time we need to adhere on the principle of simple living and yogic lifestyle and we ask all our student to follow the schedule and not to miss class, moving to one step ahead we have our code of conduct. During your stay among all ten students majority of them have attended the class and had a good time and had a good experience with us although we highly regret for the inconvenience and we wish you all the best.

    2017-May-16 11:27:09

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    Review by Paula Regina Pesareli from Nicaragua


    PROS Pros: I loved everything, It was an amazing experience...

    Organizer response: Namaste Paula from Yoga Bhawna Mission We wish you good luck, happy and healthy life. Our best wishes for your endeavor. Love and Light !!

    2017-May-03 11:51:18

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    Review by Diana Castanheira from Vietnam

    Don't recommend it!!

    PROS Pros: I can just suggest you: don't go!!! You are not going to find peace, knowledge, love, compassion or discipline needed for such a kind of training!!

    Organizer response: Dear Diana Castanheira Our school ethos is based on yogic life style and we adhere on the principle of simple living and yogic life and we strictly follow the rule hence we doesn’t allow the unnecessary leisure time, and we ask all our student to follow the schedule and not to miss class, moving to one step ahead we have our code of conduct which underline the prohibition of any kind of addiction, and even a sleeping and wake up time, ashram life style, practice of yoga shutra which itself is a kind of Tapashya(Penance) and some time it’s difficult to follow them. We highly regret for the inconvenience and we wish you all the best.

    2017-Apr-24 13:47:49


  • Review by Amanda Goudreau from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "I had such a wonderful experience going to Yoga Bhawna Mission; the location is absolutely breath taking with the flowing ganga river and the mountain view it is an absolute escape from the busy city."

    "The teaching program, the staff and food were amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed the program and look forward to coming back to visit or to work maybe :) "

    "A big thank you to the Yoga Bhawna Mission team!"

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  • Review by Vishakha from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "My time at the Yoga Bhawna Mission has been nothing but amazing. In the past few weeks, I’ve grown as a person both mentally and spiritually. For starters, the location of this facility is breath taking. Practicing yoga near the banks of Ganga or trekking with the group have been some of the most fun and fulfilling experiences of my life. The entire staff is so accommodating and knowledgeable. Everybody here has been incredibly humble and shown me so much love. Overall India has been such an inspiration for me and I can’t wait to come back."

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  • Review by A traveler from Idnia
    10 out of 10

    "It was a memorable holiday of experiencing Yoga in the lap of the Himalaya. You can have picturesque view of river Ganga flowing down, from your window. A relaxed environment with great hospitality. I had great experience of trekking to Harshil and Dariyal Bogiyal staying at this place. Thanks Vijayant, hope to see you next year!"

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  • Review by Shaalu Singh from India
    10 out of 10

    "It was such an amazing experience especially because of the incredible teachers and staff, who are fantastic people with so much to give, with passion and respect. I would go back as soon as possible. It is a life change experience. Thank you all for everything."

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  • Review by Usha Ranawat from India
    10 out of 10

    "Being an organizer of helicopter services in Uttarakhand, we had much stress in life on daily basis and my search for Yoga school thankfully come out with best of decision of my life and this 30 days have almost transformed me as person. My 200 hour TTC course was like a full package, specially the Ashanas and meditation classes, although I can’t claim to be perfect student, but somehow have learned the basics of Yoga and I look forward to implement in my daily lifestyle. Before joining this course, I had a roller-costar inside and now I can say that it was my perfect choice. The teachers, kitchen staff, the cleaning boy, I mean everyone was so fantastic and so humble. I will really miss my room from where I can see the flowing Ganga, although I have never been to any yoga school earlier, but I can’t imagine any better location other than this. The Nature walk, the Himalaya, The Ganges, the long Deodar tree, the pine fruit which we use as fuel for our camp fire…Oh My God! this was truly an unforgettable journey…I wish I could have stayed more…maybe soon in coming years!"

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  • Review by Yashika Ganesh from India
    8 out of 10

    "I was at Yoga Bhawna Mission, Uttarkashi for a month for my RYT 200 course and I must say it was one of the best decisions of my life. Firstly the location is enchanting and it's gonna immediately heal most parts of you. The course was well designed with emphasis on yoga as a holistic practice and not merely a fitness tool. The execution was also great with enthusiastic teachers always ready for knowledge sharing. Good facility with spacious rooms and the yoga hall is also equipped with heaters to beat the winter cold. I still miss the simple, yet tasty vegetarian food and a family atmosphere. In conclusion if you are looking to learn yoga in it's real form and not just as a fitness tool, this place is highly recommended."

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  • Review by Varsha Rao from India
    10 out of 10

    "This place has been a journey to me, everything I have learned during the term of my course has touched my life in many ways than just yoga. I have immense respect and right information about many aspects of yoga and Ayurveda during my course. Vijayant is an absolute pleasure to meet and work with. I would definitely recommend this place for anyone who has a desire to learn; the knowledge given here is in abundance . Thank you Yoga Bhawana Mission!"

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  • Review by Cynthia Barnard
    10 out of 10

    "This course was very intense, and was very good at times, and very bad at other times. But after taking some time to decompress, I can honestly say I learned a lot there, and enjoyed the time I spent during the training and feel as though I have made invaluable friendships. Despite the difficult times, I would highly recommend this course to others and am even considering returning in a few years for the advanced teacher training."

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  • Review by Chetna Khanna
    10 out of 10

    "Awesome ! I was excited as I never ever went to a hostel in my life and man here is my chance to live life like a boarding school .Enjoyable if you are able to surrender into the schedule and if you are free bird then maybe it will be trouble time in the beginning. The best thing with them is that they have best of faculty and being associated in past with few other yoga school I can bet they teaches yoga in most original way. I would surely recommend all the promising yogi to come over here and learn yoga the way it has been written in the books. I would like to suggest that they should improve the food quality, of course it’s a three time meal but it should be more nutritious and healthy, I would rate food quality as average and its always better to carry your own nuts as some time I felt I was starving or may be due to excessive amount of practice and shanas..Blessings!"

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  • Review by Ashutosh Chandel
    10 out of 10

    "This was one the memorable journey of my life, I would say they have best of faculty and they teach yoga in its most indigenous way. The best thing which I liked about them is that they teach Yoga in its most realistic and raw way although some time it sounds unfashionable but that is what real yoga about I guess. I wish I could have spent some more time .I will look forward."

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  • Review by Tanisha Kashyap
    10 out of 10

    "Yoga Bhawna Mission gave me the best yoga training at Rishikesh. Great teacher, Excellent yoga centre, amazing teaching staff. Highly recommended.Thank you!"

    July 2016, Yoga Bhawna Mission website, edited

  • Review by Reggae Tone from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Yoga Bhawna Mission has giving me as a health professional another way to maximize my breath ,now I function with maximum lung capacity blessings to you always, one love!"

    October 2016, Facebook , edited

  • Review by Heidi B. Barkwell from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Learning From Bhawna in her breathing techniques was very comfortable, well prepared and easy to understand. I would recommend her to anyone wanting to learn more!"

    October 2016, Facebook , edited

  • Review by Leanne Doucet from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "The teachings are remarkable. An amazing atmosphere for learning and growth. Thank you for a life altering experience!"

    October 2016, Facebook, edited

  • Review by Priya Raj
    10 out of 10

    "This is truly an excellent teacher training in India to be certified as a professional teacher.."

    Yoga Bhawna Mission Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Vishwajit Anand
    10 out of 10

    "An amazing job. Yoga practice is a true way of fitness. The pictorial way of representation is also very tolerable ."

    Yoga Bhawna Mission Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Abhinay Kumar
    10 out of 10

    "Yoga Bhawna Mission has wonderful teachers, a wonderful atmosphere, and I must say that they teach ancient yoga in a very modern way."

    Yoga Bhawna Mission Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Jagmohan Bist from India
    10 out of 10

    "This training is an amazing experience with amazing yoga sessions and amazing therapy workshops."

    Yoga Bhawna Mission Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Amber Mubashir from Asia
    10 out of 10

    "Awesome teachers and a very healthy outcome. A highly recommended place to learn yoga."

    Yoga Bhawna Mission Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Jagmohan Bist from India
    10 out of 10

    "Amazing experience, amazing yoga session, amazing therapy."

    Yoga Bhawna Missions Facebook page, edited

Uttarkashi, India

Yoga Bhawna Mission is an international organization and registered yoga school from Yoga Alliance USA. They conduct teacher training courses and teacher training certificate programs.

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