This yoga teacher training residential program gives insight into deeper levels of yoga. This program is for those interested in teacher Hatha yoga (the physical postures and movements including Power yoga) and pranayama (breath training techniques), with a good introduction to the chakra system and for those interested in developing an in-depth daily yoga practice based on the whole science of yoga, including meditation, dance, and philosophy. This is a certification course, all students will receive the 200-hour yoga teacher certificate.
You will stay in an accommodation selected by Yoga Village.
Upon completion of this yoga teacher training, students will receive certificate affiliated with Yoga Alliance International. Registration with Yoga Alliance International provides a globally recognized credential.
Students who are certified from Yoga Village will be able to register with Yoga Alliance International (Registered Yoga Teacher).
Yoga Village has an orientation meeting on the first-day training start at 15:00 to ensure students know where the classes are, to familiarize with the course facilities and to allow students to meet each other and their teachers. Student attendance at the orientation day is compulsory.
Note: The schedule for Saturday is a half day while for Sunday is the holiday.
This YTT course is happening in the beautiful Himalayan mountains of Dharamsala. You will find the teaching hall at the lovely place of Upper Bhagsu (10 minutes by rickshaw from Mcgleodj) which is welcoming with wonderful mountain view and a variety of cheap accommodation, handicraft shops, restaurants, and course canters. Dharamsala is a hill station sites before the backdrop of the snow-draped beautiful Dhauladhar Mountains which are a sub-system of Himalayas. The town is surrounded by woods of pine and deodar and below it, is the wide expanse of the plains. This is the base for a variety of excursions and centre of pilgrimage during the main season from March to July. The town is divided into two distinct areas that are separated by a ten-minute (9-kilometer) bus / jeep ride.
Dharamsala itself (or lower Dharamsala), a typical small Indian town that, other than for the bus station, is of little interest to tourists, and upper Dharamsala, known more commonly as McLeod Ganj. It is this upper district that is home to the Tibetan community and the center of tourist activity. Other villages near McLeod Ganj, a short hike away on the way up from lower Dharamsala, Bhagsu (2 kilometers north), and Daramkot.
Yoga Village’s yoga hall is located in the beautiful mountain surrounding of upper Bhagsu Nag. Close by you can explore the forests with its temples, waterfalls, and traditional mountain houses. There are lots of coffee shops with Wi-Fi and all kind of alternative offerings.