Teacher Training Courses

Teacher Training Courses

Our one month 200 hour TTC is an intensive program designed to give the students the knowledge, skill, and confidence to teach yoga and for their self-practice. This course includes the practice of:

a.      Asana – Beginning with the warm-ups, our asana sessions contains the practice of Hatha yoga sun salutations, standing, sitting, balancing, supine, prone and meditation poses.

The asanas will be taught in a step-by-step method, moving through each pose with perfection utilizing the alignment/adjustment techniques. 

Students will be able to perform each asana safely avoiding any injury.

Students can also learn techniques to modify the asanas to suit the need of each person.

b.      Pranayama – This session introduces students to various techniques of breathing and the methods of practice.

c.       Meditation –Practice of simple guided meditation on daily basis for relaxation and introduction to the most beneficial Buddhist technique of meditation – Vipassana.

d.      Yogic diet – Exclusive theory session on the yogic diet and practice of sattvic food on daily basis. Introduction to a variety of natural food as an alternative resource to the routine acidic diet of day-to-day life.

e.      Yoga philosophies – Sharing the knowledge theoretically about yoga, its rich history, various philosophies, Anatomy & physiology through interactive sessions.

f.        Kriyas – Introduction to cleansing techniques, the practice of which is taught in offline courses.

Our TTC program equips the student to help and heal people through yoga by their right teaching.


Student must have completed a 200-hrs teacher training course before they can start 300hrs.

300 hrs TTC helps to gain in-depth knowledge of different styles of yoga and focuses on improving the teaching skills. This course consists of advanced training that prepares its trainees to teach principles and techniques of yoga that are more advanced, more detailed.

a.      The practice of advanced asanas learning the variations in asanas, combiningthem, and framing a sequential flow.

b.      Deeper holds and stretches in Hatha Yoga.

c.       Improved and advanced teaching skills.

d.      Practice breathing techniques while performing the asanas/ sequence to gain complete stability on the posture.

e.      A deeper level of Pranayama and Meditation techniques.

f.        Practice cleansing/detoxification through natural herbs as part of a yogic diet.

With above practices, a student can purify themselves physically, mentally and emotionally which makes them an experienced teacher.