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300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh,India

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Himalayan Yog Ashram

Lakshman jhula, Tapovan

Rishikesh, UK 249192

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Yoga alliance certified, 300 Hour yoga teacher training course which covers all advance subjects of yoga and recommended for those have already developed the first layer in their yoga practices.

The family of yoga practitioners has grown, students want to learn more from their accomplished yoga teachers to enlighten-up the world with everlasting light of yoga. 300 Hour yoga teacher training course is designed to provide students advance teachings to beat-up the challenges that appears during self-development so that they can instruct inspiring classes while lifting up their personal skills.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is for those students and teachers who have already successfully completed their 200 Hour yoga teacher training ‘Approved by yoga alliance’ and want to take their education to the next level. 300 Hour yoga teacher training is 30 days yoga teacher training course that provides 300 instructional hours required for yoga alliance RYT-500.

People who have been practicing yoga for long time and live in it, they can also join our 300 Hour advance yoga teacher training course but not just for the certificate instead with an aim to attain higher realization of yoga to spread it in the whole world.

Important Points-

1- Course includes advance practices of yoga, advance asanas, advance pranayama, advance yoga philosophy, advance yoga anatomy & physiology, yoga therapy and other subjects.
2- Students who really wants to know what is life, they are most welcome to learn yoga, yoga is finest mean to know the life.
3- During the course, the asanas practices are physically challenging but the course has been designed with intellect prospective to balance it with meditation & pranayama practices.
4- Students are also recommended to start incorporating yoga practices in their day today life before the course.
5- Yoga is the real health and wealth of our life, in order to attain it, we are required to cultivate patience in our life, always practice yoga, it is in you.

Required Reading (Course Books) -

1- Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha By Swami Satyananda Saraswati (Click on this given link to download free hard copy).
2- Patanjali Yoga Sutra By Swami Satyananda Saraswati (Click on this given link to download free hard copy).
3- Meditation & Its practice By Swami Rama Of The Himalayas (Click on this given link to download free hard copy).
4- Course manual is provided to students during the course.
5- Yoga mala – Sri pattabhhi jois
6- Yoga anatomy – Leslie Kaminoff
7- Learn more about patanjali yoga sutras, upanishads, vedas, shastras, puranas, bhagavad-gita during the course.



300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course Syllabus-

Asana (Advance Group)

Hatha Yoga Postures

Padmasana Group Of Asanas- Padmasana is traditionally regarded as one of the best postures for pranayama and pratyahara as it allows the body to be held completely steady for long period of time.

  • Yogamudrasana (Psychic union pose)
  • Matsyasana (Fish pose) Variation-1, Variation-2, Variation-3.
  • Gupta padmasana (Hidden lotus pose)
  • Baddha padmasana (Locked lotus pose)
  • Lolasana (Swinging pose)
  • Kukkutasana (Cockerel pose)
  • Garbhasana (Womb pose)
  • Tolangulasana (Weighing scale pose)

Backward Bending Asanas- Backward bending asanas are posture which turn the body out of face the world. They are stimulating and extroverting because they expand the chest and encourage inhalation, they are associated with the attitude of embracing life. They are also dynamic postures which move counter to gravity and therefore require strength and energy to perform.

  • Saral Bhujangasana (Easy cobra pose)
  • Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)
  • Tiryak Bhujangasana (Twisting cobra pose)
  • Sarpasana (Snake pose)
  • Ardha Shalabhasana (Half lotus pose)
  • Shalabhasana (Locust pose)
  • Saral Dhanurasana (Easy bow pose)
  • Dhanurasana (Bow pose)
  • Kandharasana (Shoulder pose)
  • Ardha Chandrasana (Half-moon pose)
  • Utthan Pristhasana (Lizard pose)
  • Setu Asana (Bridge pose)
  • Gomukhasana (Cows face pose)

Forward Bending Asanas- Generally speaking, forward bending is a passive process in which gravity is utilized to stretch the muscle groups being focused upon. While backward bends move the body away from the confines of gravity, forward bending asanas use gravity to help release tension and pain. It is a process of introversion, counteracting the extraversion and dynamic opening up of bending backwards. Forward bending, associated with chest compression and exhalation, induces relaxation.

  • Saithalyasana (Animal relaxation pose)
  • Paschimottanasana (Back stretching pose)
  • Gatyatmak paschimottanasana (Dynamic back stretch pose)
  • Pada Prasar Paschimottasana (Legs spread back stretch pose)
  • Janu shishasana (Head to knee pose)
  • Ardha Padma Paschimottanasana (Half lotus back stretching pose)
  • Hasta pada angushthasana (Finger to toe stretch)
  • Meru Akarshanasana (Spinal bending pose)
  • Padahastasana (Hand to foot pose)
  • Sirsha Angustha Yogasana (Head to toe pose)
  • Utthita Janu Sirshasana (Standing head between knees pose)
  • Eka padottanasana (One leg raised to head pose)

Spinal Twisting Asanas- This is an important series of asanas for spinal health. Every asana program should include at least one practice from this group, preferably following the forward and backward bending postures. The twist imposed on the spine and the whole trunk exercises the muscles , make the spinal column more flexible and stimulates the spinal nerves. It also have a strong influence on the abdominal muscles, alternately stretching and compressing them as the body twists from one direction to the other. Beginners must be careful not to twist the trunk more than flexibility will allow. During pregnancy, meru wakrasana is the only asana recommended from this group. In general, also carefully observe the specific contra-indications for each practice.

  • Meru wakrasana (Spinal twist)
  • Bhu namanasana (Spinal twist prostration pose)
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half spinal twist)
  • Parivritti Janu Sirshasana ( Spiralled head to knee pose)

Inverted Asanas- Inverted asanas reverse the action of gravity on the body instead of everything being pulled towards the feat, the orientation shifts towards the head. Similarly on the emotional and psychic levels, inverted asanas change the normal patterns, throwing a new light on old patterns of behaviour and being.

  • Bhumi Pada Mastakasana (Half headstand)
  • Moordhasana (Crown-based pose)
  • Vipareeta Karani Asana (Inverted pose)
  • Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand pose) all variations
  • Padma sarvangasana (Shoulder stand lotus pose)
  • Poorwa Halasana (Preliminary plough pose)
  • Halasana (Plough pose)
  • Druta Halasana (Dynamic plough pose)
  • Ardha Padma Halasana (Half lotus plough pose)
  • Stambhan Asana (Posture of retention)
  • Sirshasana (Headstand pose)
  • Salamba Sirshasana (Supported headstand pose)
  • Oordhwa Padmasana (Headstand lotus pose)

Ashtanga Postures (Primary Series)

  • Surya Namaskar A
  • Surya Namaskar B
  • Full Primary Series:
  • Padangusthasana
  • Padahasthasana
  • Utthita Trikonasana
  • Parivrtta Trikonasana
  • Utthita Parsvakonasana
  • Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
  • Prasarita Padottanasana A B C & D Parsvottanasana
  • Eka Pada Padangusthasana A B C & D
  • Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana
  • Utkatasana
  • Virabhadrasana A & B
  • Dandasana
  • Paschimottanasana A B C & D
  • Purvattanasana
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Uttanasana
  • Triang Mukaikapada Pashimottanasana
  • Janu Sirsasana A B & C
  • Marichyasana A B C & D
  • Navasana
  • Bhujapidasana
  • Kurmasana
  • Supta Kurmasana
  • Garbha Pindasana
  • Kukkutasana
  • Baddha Konasana A & B
  • Konasana
  • Upavishta Konasana
  • Supta Konasana
  • Supta Padangusthasana A & B
  • Ubhaya Padanghusthasana
  • Urdhva Mukha Pashimottanasana
  • Setu Bandhasana
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana
  • Salamba Sarvangasana
  • Halasana
  • Karnapidasana
  • Urdhva Pindasana
  • Matsyasana
  • Urdhva Padmasana
  • Sirsasana
  • Urdhva Dandasana
  • Baddha Padmasana
  • Yogimudra
  • Uplutih
  • Savasana


Pranayama (Breathing Control)

The word pranayama is a compound of two words' Prana' meaning 'life force' or 'vital energy' and yama meaning "to regulate"or "to control" pranayama is the yogic science of balancing and regulating vital energy through the skillful manipulation of breath.

  • Introduction of Paranayama
  • The pranic body-
  • Annamaya kosha
  • Manomaya kosha
  • Pranamaya Kosha
  • Vijnanamaya Kosha
  • Anandamaya Kosha
  • Natural Breathing
  • Abdominal Breathing
  • Thoracic Breathing
  • Clavicular Breathing
  • Yogic breathing
  • Nadi shodhana
  • Pranayama & It techniques
  • Sheetali Pranayama & It techniques Sheetkari pranayama
  • Bhramari pranayama
  • Ujjayi pranayama
  • Bhastika Pranayama
  • Kapalbhati Pranayama
  • Moorchha Pranayama
  • Surya Bheda Pranayama
  • Chandra bhedana pranayama
  • Swana pranayama

Mantra Chanting

Sound vibrations that permeate every cell of your being and allow your mind to dissolve and repose. Mantras are repetitive sounds used to penetrate the depths of the unconscious mind and adjust the vibration of all aspects of your being. Mantras are vibrated through chanting aloud, mental practice, or by listening to them. The experience of how sound vibrations effect your being is Naad yoga.

  • Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya
  • Om Tryambakam Yajamahe
  • Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo maheshwara
  • Om sahana vavatu
  • Hare rama Hare Krishna
  • Vakratunda Mahakaya Mantra Yogena Cittasya
  • Om Bhur Bhuva Swaha
  • Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva

Mudra (Yoga Gestures)

The Sanskrit word ‘mudra’ is translated as ‘gesture’ or ‘attitude’. Mudra can be described as psychic, emotional, devotional and aesthetic gestures or attitudes. Yogis have experienced mudras as attitude of energy flow, intended to link individual pranic force with the universal or cosmic force.

  • Introduction of Mudras
  • Jnana & Chin mudra
  • Yoni mudra
  • Bhairava mudra
  • Hridaya mudra
  • Khechari Mudra
  • Nasikagra mudra
  • Shambhavi mudra


Bandhas (Energy locks)

Traditionally, bandhas were classified as part of mudras, and were handed down by words of mouth from guru to disciple. The hatha yoga pradipika deals with bandhas and mudras together and the ancient tantric texts also make no distinction between the two.

  • Introduction to bandha J
  • alandhara bandha
  • Moola bandha
  • Uddiyana bandha
  • Maha bandha

Dhayan (Meditation)

Yoga is a journey toward self-awareness. On this journey relaxation skills help us gather the disparate energy of the body and the mind and focus them internally. Then mental distraction intrude with less intensity and a sense of inner flexibility and calmness develops. Relaxation also prepares the personality for a still more interior practice. Through meditation we can safely enter the quiet and inward place of the mind & heart.

  • Introduction to Meditation
  • Why Meditation ?
  • Meditation and Brain waves Meditation and its effect on Stress Management
  • Obstacles in Meditation
  • Role of concentration in Meditation tips for developing concentration
  • < style="box-sizing: border-box;">Meditation on Body and Breath
  • Om / Mantra Meditation
  • Antat and Bahir
  • Trataka
  • Dynamic meditation
  • Tips for Silence Meditation Practice Japa Meditation
  • Ajapa japa
  • Antar mouna
  • Nada Meditation

Relaxation (Yoga Nidra)

Beneath the ups and downs of everyday life there is a profound state of balance. By resting the brief period in that state we can create a resilient and stable mind even in the face of stress. That’s way each of us, on deep level, craves relaxation- it revives our confidence and reawakens a sense of self-control. Yoga relaxation exercises quite the sense and lead us beneath the restless surface of the mind. Through relaxation we restore a sense of inner harmony.

  • The relaxation postures
  • Stillness
  • Basic Relaxation
  • Tension Relaxation
  • Full Body Relaxation

Yoga Anatomy & Physiology

  • Effects of Pranayama in Respiratory System
  • Effects of Yoga practice and Nauli in Digestive system
  • Muscular and Skeletal system with advance postures
  • Anatomy of Pelvic griddle and spine
  • Nadis-The Energy Channel
  • Prana and Nervous system
  • Kundalini Shakti
  • Chakra
  • Panchakosha
  • Therapeutic Applications of Yoga Postures and How to avoid injury in class
  • Digestive system
  • Respiratory System
  • Circulatory System
  • Nervous System
  • Endocrine System
  • Organs Bodily systems

Yoga Philosophy

Yoga philosophy is one of the six major orthodox schools of Hinduism. Ancient, medieval and most modern literature often refers to the Yoga school of Hinduism simply as Yoga. It is closely related to the Samkhya school of Hinduism. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is a key text of the Yoga school of Hinduism.

Patanjali Yoga Sutras-
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Evaluation are based on:

Teaching practice is an integral component of teacher training. It grants student teachers experience in the actual teaching and learning environment.

  • Written Test
  • Asana Practical Test
  • Attendance
  • Performance
  • Behaviour

Mantra Chanting

Sound vibrations that permeate every cell of your being and allow your mind to dissolve and repose. Mantras are repetitive sounds used to penetrate the depths of the unconscious mind and adjust the vibration of all aspects of your being. Mantras are vibrated through chanting aloud, mental practice, or by listening to them. The experience of how sound vibrations effect your being is Naad yoga.

  • Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya
  • Om Tryambakam Yajamahe
  • Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo maheshwara
  • Om sahana vavatu
  • Hare rama Hare Krishna
  • Vakratunda Mahakaya Mantra Yogena Cittasya
  • Om Bhur Bhuva Swaha
  • Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva

Mudra (Yoga Gestures)

The Sanskrit word ‘mudra’ is translated as ‘gesture’ or ‘attitude’. Mudra can be described as psychic, emotional, devotional and aesthetic gestures or attitudes. Yogis have experienced mudras as attitude of energy flow, intended to link individual pranic force with the universal or cosmic force.

  • Introduction of Mudras
  • Jnana & Chin mudra
  • Yoni mudra
  • Bhairava mudra
  • Hridaya mudra
  • Khechari Mudra
  • Nasikagra mudra
  • Shambhavi mudra

Shatkarma (Yoga cleansing)

Hatha Yoga, as described in the early yoga Upanishads was made up of the shatkarma and is a very precise and systematic science. Shat means ‘six’ and karma means ‘action’ the shatkarma consist of six groups of purification practices. The aim of hatha yoga and therefore of the shatkarma is to create harmony between the two major pranic flows, ida and pingala thereby attaining physical and mental purification and balance.

  • Introduction to shatkarma
  • Jalaneti Satkarma (Nasal cleansing with salty water)
  • Rubber neti (Nasal cleansing with a rubber string)
  • Agnisar Kriya
  • Nauli Kriya
  • Kapalbhati Cleansing

Therapeutic Yoga

(Yoga therapy is) the use of the techniques of Yoga to create, stimulate, and maintain an optimum state of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health. Yoga therapy consists of the application of yogic principles, methods, and techniques to specific human ailments.

  • Shathkarma
  • Therapeutical Effects of Shathkarma
  • Kati Vasti Tridosha (Explanation of Tridosha)
  • Food Habits as per Tridosha
  • Nadi Parikshan
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Respiratory Diseases-
  • Diseases related to Respiration
  • Yog Nidra
  • Pranayama and its effects
  • Eyes diseases
  • Heart diseases
  • Heart opening Session
  • Video session on Awakening of Kundalini

Teaching Practice

Teaching practice is an integral component of teacher training. It grants student teachers experience in the actual teaching and learning environment.

  • Demonstration
  • Alignment
  • Instructions

Teaching Methodology

Teaching method comprises the principles and methods used by teachers to enable student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner. It is the primary role of teachers to pass knowledge and information onto their students.

  • Positive & conscious communication Friendship and trust
  • Time management
  • Qualities of a teacher
  • Principles of demonstrating, observation,
  • assisting,
  • correcting
  • Use of voice in class
  • Mental & emotional preparation for teaching
  • Class preparation
  • Step by step class structure planning.


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