300 hour Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh, India

Om Yoga International offers Traditional 300 Hour  Advanced Yoga Teacher Training program.  This World Yoga Alliance certified course is perfect for those students as well as teachers who have already completed their basic 200hr Yoga Teacher training. 

As 200hr course makes the person a perfect physically qualified yoga teacher but this advanced course helps them to become a complete yoga teacher having entire knowledge of Ashtanga and Hatha yoga.
This course is 6 week intensive program(45 days) designed to deepen your already existing concepts of Yoga. It is better to have completed 200hr Yoga TTC first which  prepares you for a more advanced transformative power of yoga: in body, mind and soul.
300hr course curriculum is latter studies of 200hr course. Course curriculum may change sometimes little depending on the situation.

45 Days Activities:

01. Patanjali Yog Darshan(Study of entire 196 sutras of Ashtanga Yoga) 05. Study of Integrated Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga Therapy
02. Hatha Yoga Pradipica(Study of all Hatha Yoga as given by Swami Swatmaram) 06. Different and Advanced Techniques of Meditation like Yog Nidra, Cyclic Meditation, Vipasaana Meditation, Om Meditation, Nada Anusandhan, Chakras Meditation, Pranic Energization Technique etc..
03. Gheranda Samhita(Study of Hatha Yoga as given by Gheranda Rishi ) 07. Teaching Methodology and Practice
04. Anatomy for Yoga(Study of entire Anatomy of body along with different poses)    





ASHTANGA YOGA - 196 Sutras as given by Patanjali in Patanjali Yog Darshan
1.   Who is Patanjali? 2.   What is Patanjali Yog Darshan?
3.   What is Ashtanga Yoga? 4.   Begining of Samadhi Padh
5.   Discipline of Yoga 6.   What is Yoga?
7.   Culmination of Yoga 8.   What happens otherwise?
9.   Concept of Vrittis and its classification 10.   Necessity of Regular Practice(Abhyasa) and Vairagya(Detachment)
11.   Foundation of lower practice 12.   Lower and higher level of Detachment
13.   Samprajnata and Asamprajnata Saamdhi 14.   Past and Other merits required for Samadhi
15.   Quicker is intensity of Eagerness and 3 levels of eagerness 16.   What is God?
17.   Pranava Sadhana 18.   Obstacles in the path of Yoga
19.   Removal of Obstacles through different means 20.   Fruits of Meditation
21.   Savitaraka and Nirvitarka Samadhi 22.   Cosmic Experience and Characterstics of this experience
23.   Begining of Sadhana Padh 24.   Concept of Kriya Yog
25.   Five Disturbances of Mind(Causes of Pain) 26.   How to reduce Disturbances?
27.   Introduction to Karmas and its reincarnations 28.   Pleasure and Pain both are painful
29.   Future pain avoidable 30.   Properties of nature of 4 gunas
31.   Concept of Sankhya Yog 32.   Necessity of Yoga Practice
33.   States of Enlightenment 34.   Short Review to first five steps of Ashtanga Yog(Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas, Pranayama and Pratyahara)
35.   Begining of Vibhuti Padh 36.   What is Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi?
37.   What is Samyama? 38.   Result of Samyama
39.   Nirodha, Samadhi and Ekagrta Parinama 40.   Applications of these parinamas
41.   Knowledge of past and future 42.   Knowledge of previous birth
43.   Knowledge of speech and other's mind 44.   Knowledge of time of death
45.   Power of friendliness etc.. 46.   Knowledge of Body
47.   Cessation of Hunger and Thirst 48.   Power of steadiness
49.   Spiritual vision 50.   Intutive knowledge
51.   Psychic powers are obstacles 52.   Levitation
53.   Universal state of mind 54.   Mastery over five elements and five sense organs
55.   Omnipotence and Omniscience 56.   Detachment and Knowledge
57.   Causes of Downfall 58.   Begining of Kaivalya Padh
59.   Sources of Siddhis 60.   Created Minds
61.   Influence of Karmas 62.   Manifestation of Vasanas
63.   Memory of Impressions 64.   Sources of Vasanas
65.   Disappearence of Vasanas 66.   Past and Future Exist
67.   Theory of Perception 68.   Mind and Object
69.   Reflection of Object 70.   Limitation of Mind
71.   Confusion of Memories 72.   Knowledge of its own nature
73.   Apprehension of Mind 74.   Cessation of Distinction
75.   Heading to Kaivalya 76.   Pratyayas(Content of mind) still arise 
77.   Their removal 78.   Freedom from Kleshas
79.   Infinity of Knowledge 80.   Gunas retire
81.   Karmas apprehensible 82.   Kaivalya
83.   Different and Advanced Techniques of Meditation 84.   Ashtanga Yoga as an integrated therapy technique




1.   What is Hatha Yoga? 2.   Difference In Ashtanga Yog and Hatha Yog
3,   Begining of Hatha Yog Pradipika 4.   Study of Different Asanas(Swastik asana, Gomukhasana,Virasana, Kurmaasana, Kukuttaasana, Uttana Kurmasana, Dhanurasana,     Matsyasana, Paschimottanasna, Mayurasana, Savasana, Siddhasana, Padmasana, Simhasana and Bhadrasana etc.. )
5.   Food Injurious To Yogi 6.   Things Suitable to Yogi
7.   Concept of Pranayama 8.   Method of performing Pranayama
9.   Concept of 6 Cleansing Processes(Shatkriyas): Neti, Kapalbhati, Trataka, Nauli, Dhauti and Basti 10.   Gajakarani, Manonmani
11.   Different kinds of Kumbhaka 12.   Diiferent Kinds of Pranayama(Bhastrika, Anulom Viloma,Surya Bhedana, Chandra Bhedana, Ujjai, Sitali, Sitkari, Bhramri, Murchana and Plavini)
13.   Indication of Sucess in this path 14.   Concept of different Mudras
15.   Mahamudra,Mahabhandha, Mahavedha 16.   Viparitkarni, Sahajoli, Vajroli, Amaroli and Sakti Calana
17.   Concept of Samadhi 18.   Sambhavi Mudra
19.   Unmani 20.   Taraka
21.   Initial Stages and its conditions 22.   Later Stages
23.   Nada Anusandhana(Meditation Technique) 24.   Begining of Gheranda Samhita
25.  Concept of Shatkarmas(for Purification) 26.   Concept of Asanas(for strengthening)
27.   Concept of Mudras for steadying 28.   Concept of Pratyahara for calming
29.   Concept of Pranayama for lightness 30.  Concept of Dhyana for lightness
31.   Concept of Samadhi for isolation 32.   Hatha Yoga as an integrated approach to Yoga therapy



1.   What is Anatomy? 2.   What is Anatomy for Yoga?
3.   Importance of Studying Anatomy for Yoga 4.   Difference In Yoga Anatomy and Anatomy for Yoga
5.   Formation of Body 6.   Study of Functioning of Body(Different Systems of Body)
7.   Study of Digestive System 8.   Study of Respiratory System
9.   Study of Nervous System 10.   Study of Skeletal System  
11.   Study of Muscular System 12.   Study of Circulatory System
13.   Study of Endocrine System   14.   Study of Immune System
15.   Concept of Dynamics of Breathing 16.   What is  Breathing
17.   Role of Diaphragm In Breathing 18.   Vocal Diaphragm
19.   Bandhas 20.   Yoga and Spine
21.   Structure of Spinal Cord 22.   Types of Spinal Movements
23.   Position of Disks on Bending 24.   Stess in Spinal Cord
25.   Begining of Anatomy for Asanas 26.   Normal introduction to information of asanas
27.   Anatomy for Standing Asanas: Taadasana, Uttanasana, Chakrasana, Trikonasana, Veerbhadrasana, Parsvottanasana 28.   Anatomy for Seated Asanas: Meditative Pose, Baddha Konasana, Janu Sirshasana, Paschimottanasana, Ustrasana, ArdhMatsyendrasana
29.   Anatomy for Prone Series: Bhujangasana, Salabhasana, Dhanurasana 30.   Anatomy for Supine Series: Savasana, Pawanmuktasana, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana
31.   Concept of Yoga Therapy 32.   What is Total Health?
33.   Role of Yoga In Total Health 34.   Management of Health through Yoga
35.   Attitude Training In Yoga Therapy 36.   Some Important Concepts of Yoga Therapy
37.   Therapeutic Benefits of Hatha Yoga 38.   Integrated approach to Hatha Yoga
39.   Physiological Benefits of Asanas and Pranayama 40.   Therapeutic Benefits of Pranayama
41.   Naturopathy Techniques 42.   Ayurvedic Philosophy
43.   Panch Karmas 44.   Concept of Yoga therapy for some common diseases
45.   Concept and therapy for Hypertension 46.   Concept and therapy for Diabetes
47.   Concept and therapy for Asthma 48.   Concept and therapy for Obesity
49.   Concept and therapy for Back Pain 50.   Concept and therapy for Arthritis
51.   Concept and therapy for Sciatica and Slipped Disc 52.   Concept and therapy for Menstrual Disorder
53.   Concept and therapy for Varicose Veins 54.   Concept and therapy for Indigestion, Constipation and Flatulence

Vedant Ashram In Rishikesh-Haridwar located on the banks of Ganga river is an ideal place for stay. The ashram is constructed in 30,000sq,feet. We have total 52 rooms in our ashram along with a garden, 2 Yoga halls, Physiotherapy hall and Panchkarma hall. The accommodation is facilitated with air-conditioning and Wi-Fi connection. 
The rooms are equipped with double beds, air-conditioning,Wi-Fi connection, tea/coffee kettle, hot and cold shower and towels. Note All rooms in our ashram are shared with the same gender. Mother and daughter or wife and husband can share their rooms. 

During this yoga training, you will be served with three daily delicious and healthy vegetarian meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Filtered water, herbal tea, and snacks are also available. The menu is creative and balanced with proteins so you feel full and satisfied. 

    The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Drinks(Filtered Water, Herbal Tea, Milk Tea, Coffee)

Things to do (optional, not included):
•    Full Body Massage
•    Steam Bath, Hip Bath
•    Panch Karma
•    Shirodhara
•    Shopping
•    Visit nearby temples and shrines

1. Course fee and Participation Certification fee  1. Airfare
2.44 nights' accommodation cost 2. Airport transfers
3. Daily vegetarian breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Filtered Water, Tea, Coffee and Snacks 3. Additional meals and activities                                                                    
4. Wi-Fi connection 4. Personal expenses

How To Get There? 
Arrival by Airplane:
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request. 
Yoga Center can pick you up if you send your flight details in advance. From the airport, you can take a domestic flight to Dehradun Airport (DED). Another option is to book your flight directly to arrive at Dehradun Airport (DED).
Arrival by Bus:
Buses to Haridwar-Rishikesh leave New Delhi from the Kashmiri Gate national bus stand approximately every hour. The bus ride takes about 6-8 hours and costs around 450-650 INR for air conditioned buses and 250-350 INR for buses without air conditioning.
Arrival by Train:
The best option is to reach Haridwar Junction railway station, is by road on a driven taxi or the so called tuktuks. From Delhi, the train ride takes approximately 5-7 hours, depending on the train. Haridwar is serviced by many trains from and to Delhi.
Arrival by Taxi:
Taxis are always available anywhere in India. The drive from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Haridwar-Rishikesh will take around six hours depending on the traffic conditions.

Cancellation Policy: 
•    A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
•    The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
•    The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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