Yog Niketan Dham

100 hours Yoga Teacher's Training in India

Our best 100 hour Yoga Teacher Training in India is for beginners, Yoga professionals, and Yoga optimists who, due to time constraints or any other cause, cannot do the 200-hour Yoga Teacher’s Training in India at one time.

For the students incapable of completing their 200-hour Yoga TTC at once, we offer them an opportunity to complete the course in two halves.

We offer traditional multi-style Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Power Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Shat Kriyas, Pranayama, Mantra Sadhana, Ayurveda lessons, Yoga Therapy sessions, Meditation, and alternative therapies to advance their Yogic wisdom.

We motivate our students to come back and complete the other half of their 100-hour yoga teacher’s training course.

Yoga Alliance, US certified 200 Hour Yoga TTC enables them to become registered yoga teachers.

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Our Yoga Teacher’s Training in India is explicit, keeping yoga for beginners’ practice in mind.

Yoga Teacher’s Training in India course offers them a unique opportunity to gradually mould themselves into a yogic lifestyle through thoughtful guidance and a dedicated daily schedule.

Is Yog Niketan Dham's Yoga Teacher's Training unique?

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After 100 hour Yoga Teacher Training in India, hundreds and thousands of Yoga enthusiasts from all around the world, we are proud to say that our courses stand out as we:

  • Offer one of the best picturesque location of stay facing divine mother Ganges.
  • Provide our students pure, traditional & authentic Yogic wisdom with 100 hours Yoga Teacher's Training Certificate.
  • Have a dedicated team of experienced, well-trained, and highly revered yoga gurus.
  • Prefer small batches size so our students can have as much personal attention as required.
  • Introduction of Reiki healing, Yoga Therapy, and Vipasana sessions for advanced therapeutical practices.
  • Take care of all the additional needs of our students, including offering them the assistance of our tour manager.

Daily Schedule of 100 hours Yoga Teacher's Training Course in India

Timing Session

6:00 am

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Wake-Up

7:00 am -7:30 am

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Shatkriyas / Pranayama

7:30 am – 9:00 am

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Hatha Yoga

9:00 am – 10:00 am

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Breakfast

11:00 am- 12:00 pm

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Yoga Anatomy/ Yoga Therapy

12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

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Lunch & Free time

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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Yoga Philosophy

4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

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Ashtanga Yoga

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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Meditation/ Mantra Chanting

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm

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Kirtan/Satsang

7:30 pm- 9:00 pm

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Dinner

9:30 pm

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Lights Off/ Mauna time

100 hours Yoga Teacher's Training Syllabus
  • The history and meaning of Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Tantra, and Kriya Yoga.
  • Sun salutation (12 Asanas) with Mantra chanting to built-up inner and external awareness.
  • Sukshma Vyayama practice (Warming up, Joints and Glands exercises).
  • Ashtanga Yoga practice.
  • Hatha Yoga practice.
  • Kriya Yoga Introduction.
  • Standing series of postures.
  • Kneeling series of yoga asanas.
  • Sitting series of yoga poses.
  • Prone series of postures.
  • Supinal series of Asanas.
  • Inversion series of the poses.
  • Adjustment & alignment of the Asanas.
  • Postures benefits and their contra-indications.
  • Meaning and difference of Prana and Pranayama.
  • Different types of Pranayamas.
  • The practice of the main eight traditional Pranayamas.
  • Thoracic breathing, chest breathing & diaphragm breathing.
  • What are Nadis or the veins?
  • Introduction of major Nadis in our body.
  • What is the term Yoga? A brief history of Yoga.
  • The four Yugas or time periods in Yogic tradition and practices.
  • Six ancient orthodox Indian Philosophies. A brief explanation of Patanjali Yogsutra and Vedanta.
  • Explanation of five Koshas or sheaths.
  • What is Consciousness? And other states of mind. How are they related with each other?
  • The four faculties of the mind.
  • The four basic principles of life.
  • Introduction of Ayurvedic lifestyle. How to know different Prakaritis and Doshas?
  • Ashtang Yoga of Patanjali.
  • What is Meditation and Yoga Nidra?
  • Basic introduction of Yoga Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Introduction of human Skeletal and Muscular Systems.
  • A brief introduction of the Respiratory system and Yogic breathing.
  • The Shat kriya practices and their benefits on body and mind.
  • An introduction about digestive and Immune systems.
  • The structure of the spinal cord and its movement during Yoga practices.
  • Daily practice Dhyana or Meditation.
  • Different methods of Meditation.
  • The difference between Dharna and Dhyana?
  • Chakra Meditation or channels focussed meditation.
  • Breath Awareness Meditation under the full moon.
  • Vipasana practice.
  • Introduction of Shat Karmas according to Hatha Yoga practice.
  • Practicum of Jal Neti and Sutra Neti(Cleansing Mucous or blockages from nasal passages and sinuses) on daily basis.
  • Introduction of Agnisar kriya.
  • A brief introduction to other cleansing practices for having a good state of body and mind.
  • A brief introduction of Mantra Yoga. Importance of chanting (OM)-AUM sound.
  • Mantras before the meal and to purify the meal.
  • Mantra for obstacles in life. Mantra for self-identification.
  • Mantra for connecting with universal energies to bless.
  • 20 plus Mantra chanting for self-confirmation.
  • Mantra for well being of others.
  • Meaning of gestures or Mudras.
  • Importance of Mudras in daily life according to Hatha Yog Pradipika. 
  • Types of different Mudras.
  • Knowledge of Mudras for curing different ailments.
  • Basic principles of teaching.
  • Discipline for Yoga Teachers and Students for a better perspective.
  • The scope of listening, presence, directions, and non-directive dialogue.
  • How important is demonstration? A proper presentation of a demo of a class.
  • What are the preparations for managing a classroom?
  • A brief explanation about Bandhas.
  • Three Bandhas. How to make Maha Bandha?
  • Nine main doors in a human body according to Yoga methodology.
  • What are Yogic locks and how do they work?
  • What are their preparations & benefits?
  • What is Ayurveda and its benefits?
  • Ayurvedic consultancy.
  • Pulse reading and how to check it?
  • Five elements and their roles.
  • How to check Prakaritis and Doshas in a human being?
  • How Ayurvedic practices help in Yogic life?
  • Group Discussion for distributing knowledge.
  • Discussion on the root cause of all pain and suffering is ignorance, how?
  • Practical teaching classes.
  • How to prepare and manage a Yoga Session?
  • The alignment and adjustment of body parts before a Yoga session.
  • Proper warm-up and well suitable instructions to the students for avoiding any injuries.
What do we offer our Students in 100 hours Yoga Teacher's Training?

Complimentary Yoga Study Material

We provide all the study material to the students needed to undergo their yoga teacher training in India efficiently, including but not limited to stationery, Yoga mats, Neti pots, and much more. We do not ask our students to bring any or even purchase them.

Complimentary Yoga Kit

All our students have their yoga kits that include yoga mats and equipment such as Neti pots required for their 100 hour yoga teacher training in India course.

Free Excursions

The ashram arranges two complimentary excursions during a 14 days long program. These excursions give our students a chance to experience the local temples, waterfalls, caves, and local villages.

24X7 Student Support

All our students have our dedicated helpline and Whats App number. These numbers are provided to them to have complete assistance when they arrive in India.

What are the facilities at 100 hours Yoga Teacher Training Course?

Accommodation

We have open, comfortable, and spacious ashram style accommodation facing towards the Ganges for our students to enjoy their time here at the ashram during their yoga teacher training in India.

Ayurveda Food

Our kitchen staff takes special care in preparing Indian and Garhwali dishes (local variety) for the students. We consume fresh spring water in daily routine.
All our meals are cooked keeping in mind the health and nutritional factors, which is why we like to observe Ayurvedic cooking methods.
We also take great initiative in making special meals for vegans and those with extra dietary needs.

Transportation

The travel duration between Dehradun Airport and the Ashram is approximately two and a half hours.
In addition, we offer complimentary pick and drop facilities to our students between the airport and the ashram.

Fee: $599/-

Duration : 14 Days
  • Ashram Living
  • Yogic Food
  • Traditional Teaching
  • Spiritual Environment
*Extra requirements are chargeable.

Upcoming Course Dates

7th October 2022

Location: Devprayag, India

7th November 2022

Location: Devprayag, India

7th December 2022

Location: Devprayag, India

7th January 2023

Location: Devprayag, India

7th February 2023

Location: Devprayag, India

7th March 2023

Location: Devprayag, India