Anadi Yoga Centre Rishikesh
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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

300 hour yoga teacher training

Anadi Yoga Centre offers residential 300 hour teacher training courses in Rishikesh, India. Our courses are certified by Yoga Alliance. We serve to provide our students with an understanding of traditional Hatha & Ashtanga practice while sharing teachings of theory and yoga philosophy from basic to advance levels. Course fees include three meals daily, private accommodation with attached bath, yoga mat, course materials and local sightseeing (rafting/trekking). The $200 USD booking amount should be paid once application is accepted, the remaining fees can be paid upon arrival. Upon successfully completing a course, one can register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher.

Our 300 hour yoga teacher training courses are designed to keep in mind that our students deserve to be offered maximum erudition in the limited time that they spend with us. The environment at Anadi Yoga Centre is made conducive to focusing on one’s practice and saadhna while developing a deeper understanding of yoga. The carefully drafted and rigorous schedule invariably leads students to discover their practice without distractions, allowing them to absorb the offerings of this holy land and its rich heritage.

Our endeavor is to help students understand and follow yogic lifestyle which they can continue to adapt to as they progress in their journey towards becoming teachers and sharing the joy of yoga with the rest of the world. We believe in giving all of our students personalized and individual attention while investing time in observing their strengths and areas of opportunities. Our students are encouraged to reach out to teachers regarding additional guidance required by them. Students are expected to complete their assignments during their free time. We encourage students to sleep early so they are well rested for their training.

This 300 hour yoga teacher training curriculum extensively covers advanced meditation and asana practices which demand discipline and devotion to learning. This course is a stepping stone towards establishing a dedicated yogic lifestyle while enabling students to create a strong foundation for understanding their own unique attributes as teachers. We expect our 300 hour teacher training students to conduct themselves with utmost dignity and humility while they study at Anadi Yoga Centre. Students are expected to exemplify high standards of conduct, thereby adhering to the rules and regulations of the school to ensure that the students utilize their time efficiently.

Upcoming 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Courses:

18-Feb-201817-Mar-2018$1,750 USDBook
01-Jul-201828-Jul-2018$1,750 USDBook
14-Oct-201810-Nov-2018$1,750 USDBook

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course Daily Schedule:

05:30 amWake Up
06:00 am – 6:15 amHerbal Tea
06:15 am– 6:45 amNasal cleansing
06:45 am- 08:45 amAsana, Pranayama
9:00 am- 10:00 amBreakfast
10:00 am– 11:00 amPhilosophy
11:10 am- 12:10 pmMantra Chanting
12:15 pm– 01:15 pmAnatomy
01:30 pm – 02:30 pmLunch
03:00 pm to 4:00 pmAdjustment & Alignment
(Start from 2nd week)
04:45 pm – 6:15 pmAsana Practice (Ashtanga Vinyasa)
06:30 pm – 7:15 pmMeditation, Yoga Nidra
07:30 pm – 8:30 pmDinner
09:30 pmLights Off

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Syllabus:

  • Philosophy
    • Yoga philosophy and History of yoga
    • Patanjali’s Sutras, eight limbs of yoga, Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Bhagavad Gita.
    • Revision of Pancha kosha (five covering or sheaths over consciousness).
    • Ethics for yoga teachers, such as maintaining professional teacher-students relationships, as well as the community.
    • Absolute or Pure consciousness – what it means as per yogic texts
    • Introduction to Veda and Vedanta.
    • What is existential bondage and Spiritual liberation.
    • Introduction to Sat-Chit-Ananda.
    • Different dimensions of root Ignorance. How they work.
    • Non-Designatory and Designatory Deception of Mind.
    • The Sakshi-Witness-Seer
    • The Ishwara (God – Universal Consciousness) and Jiva (Limited Consciousness)
    • The collective presentation of Three Bodies, Three Consciousness states, Five Sheaths and the Soul
    • Principles of Samkhya Philosophy
    • Kapil Rishi – About the founder of Samkhya
    • Purusha and Prakriti in Samkhya
    • Core 24 elements of Samkhya
    • Different practices in Samkhya
    • Difference between Vedanta and Samkhya
    • Concepts of Kundalini & Iyenger yoga
    • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • Hatha & Ashtanga Asana Practice
    • This course will include refining of the asanas learned in 200 hour yoga teacher training. Advance mudras, Intensive pranayama, vital energy, Hatha yoga surya namaskara, Sun Salutation A & B, important postures of Hatha yoga (standing, sitting, forward bending, backward bending, spinal twisting, balancing and relaxation asanas
    • Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
    • Breath (ujjayi) and application of bandhas during the practice
    • Tantra Meditation guided practice
    • Psychosomatic benefits of meditation
    • Soham, chakra, mantra japa, sweeping breath, spinal breathing and Sushumna meditation.
    • Advance Yoga nidra/meditation training: voice tone, body scanning and benefits
    • Mantra chanting guided practice (Om chanting, guru mantras, meal prayers, Gayatri mantra etc)
    • Advance mudras
  • Anatomy & Physiology
    • Body systems and how they apply to principles of yoga
    • Key anatomical positional terms, anatomical planes, primary and secondary movements
    • Types of bones (long, short, flat, irregular and sesamoid), they will understand
    • Types of joints as well as the key structural and functional features of the joints
    • Yogic anatomy of spinal cord
    • Chakras, Nadis
  • Methodology
    • Preparing for a class with a focus on time management
    • Timing and sequencing
    • How to structure classes keeping in mind comfort and expectations of different group dynamics
    • How to modify the posture according to the capacity, flexibility, age, gender and the physical fitness of the individuals.
    • Understanding any special needs/physical limitations/ constraints students may have and usage of props and modifications according to them.
    • Use of effective vocabulary/cues, establishing priorities and boundaries, Sanskrit terminology and voice modulation will be taught.
    • How to introduce chanting, meditation and pranayama to the class
    • How to teach the Shat kriyas and the contraindications applicable for these cleansing techniques
    • The practice of Yog Nidra and how to lead yoga Nidra classes for total relaxation of the participants
    • Further and deeper discussion of business aspects of teaching yoga, including marketing and legal
    • Advance Yoga nidra/meditation training: voice tone, body scanning and benefits: Students will be guided on how to train their voice to create a relaxed, soft, calm and audible voice for yoga nidra and meditation. Students will learn how to observe, scan and adjust the body of students so that they can continue relaxation and meditation without interruptions.
    • Students will learn benefits of relaxation and meditation on the physical and mental body. Knowledge of proper alignment, adjustment and safe modifications
  • Practicum
    • Each student will teach pranayama, meditation, mantra chanting and asana class (under supervison of E-RYT) as lead instructor and receive feedback from RYS teachers and students (5 contact hours)
    • Students will be requested to maintain a journal and will be asked to share their learnings and experienced progression at the end of each week.
    • Students will also be required to submit an assignment to test their understanding of philosophy and anatomy principles. These assignments will be based on the subjects covered during lectures.

Rules & Guidelines for Teacher Training Courses:

The following guidelines have been drafted keeping in mind that the course demands a certain standard of physical fitness and health along with mental focus without which students may struggle to keep up.

  • Students are expected to inform the respective teacher if they will be unable to attend a class. They have to provide a written note at the office for missing the class stating the reason for doing so.
  • Except in case of a medical emergency, students will not be exempt from taking their final exam in order for them to be certified from the school.
  • Use of any intoxicants are strictly prohibited and WILL NOT BE TOLERATED inside the school premises.
  • Fees once paid, will be not refunded. However on solid reasons, if somebody has to withdraw from the course, fee can be adjusted towards courses at a later date.
  • After lights out, all students are expected to not make noise or have loud interactions. While you may be feeling refreshed, it is important to respect that participants of the course needs sound sleep and rest.
  • Students have to inform us about any injuries, disabilities or medical conditions they suffer prior to the beginning of the course.
  • We ensure that proper care is taken regarding health and safety of the students, however, if any injury occurs during the course and practice, the school and affiliated teachers will not be liable. It is the responsibility of each student to protect themselves. Students are advised to pay close attention to safety measures demonstrated by teachers.
  • For the team working here, Anadi is a sanctimonious place to learn and grow. We treat it as holy land and all students are requested to keep the place clean and tidy. Once vacating the accommodation, they should make sure that the room is hygienic and clean.
  • Eating in the yoga hall is not allowed.
  • We expect friendly and respectful behavior/manner towards staffs, teachers, colleagues and fellow students during their training period.

Any violation of these rules may lead to suspension from the course without any refund of the deposited fee. The teachers committee at Anadi reserves the right to withhold or deny the certificate in case a student is found demonstrating questionable behavior.

Upcoming Dates
200 hours11-Feb-201810-Mar-2018Book
200 hours18-Mar-201814-Apr-2018Book
200 hours22-Apr-201819-May-2018Book
200 hours27-May-201823-Jun-2018Book
200 hours01-Jul-201828-Jul-2018Book
200 hours05-Aug-201801-Sep-2018Book
200 hours09-Sep-201806-Oct-2018Book
200 hours14-Oct-201810-Nov-2018Book
200 hours18-Nov-201815-Dec-2018Book
200 hours23-Dec-201819-Jan-2019Book
300 hours18-Feb-201817-Mar-2018Book
300 hours01-Jul-201828-Jul-2018Book
300 hours14-Oct-201810-Nov-2018Book
500 hours27-May-201828-Jul-2018Book
500 hours09-Sep-201810-Nov-2018Book
Yoga Teachers Training Course
Day Schedule Monday to Saturday, Sunday off
05:30 amWake Up
06:00 am – 6:15 amHerbal Tea
06:15 am– 6:45 amNasal cleansing
06:45 am- 08:45 amAsana, Pranayama
9:00 am- 10:00 amBreakfast
10:00 am– 11:00 amPhilosophy
11:10 am- 12:10 pmMantra Chanting
12:15 pm– 01:15 pmAnatomy
01:30 pm – 02:30 pmLunch
03:00 pm to 4:00 pmAdjustment & Alignment
(Start from 2nd week)
04:45 pm – 6:15 pmAsana Practice
06:30 pm – 7:15 pmMeditation, Yoga Nidra
07:30 pm – 8:30 pmDinner
09:30 pmLights Off


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