Rishikesh, the city holds roots of yoga for ages. Yoga began in India about 5,000 years ago. The serenity and tranquillity of the place make it best for learning and practicing yoga. It changes our perception of how we look at life and find peace within themselves.
With our 100-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program, we aim to encourage people to enroll, develop a deep understanding of yoga and practice a yogic lifestyle. Our program will provide you a life-changing experience on both, physical and mental levels. We offer a quiet and serene atmosphere so that you have an immersive and enlightening learning experience.
Our 100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program is a fully accredited certification by Yoga Alliance (USA). This program is specially designed for beginners who want to begin their career in the field of yoga. Whether you are an individual who is looking to start their career in yoga or a professional who just wants to expand their knowledge in all aspects of yoga, this program is made to serve both the purposes.
After completing the program, you will feel a transmission of positive energy in your mind, body, and soul which will help you in leading a happy and composed life. If you wish to deepen your understanding of yoga, you can go ahead with our 100-hour yoga teacher training program.
A certificate of 100-hour yoga teacher training will be provided after the successful completion of the course. They can later enroll themselves as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, and conduct yoga classes at a place of their choice anywhere in the world.
The course starts on 01st of every month and ends on 15th of the month. Please click on your desired date to register for the course. The link will appear ineffective for dates in which the seats are full.
Our mornings start with traditional Hatha yoga Asanas. The morning session is usually held at our Ashram, but if the weather is pleasant and the students up for an outdoor session, we do venture out to practice Asanas at Ganga River beach, or in the forest. Cool air blowing from the river gives us the right start for the intensive day.
After the morning Asanas session, it’s time to practice pranayama or meditation for deep relaxation and improved focus. Shatkarma or Cleansing class is also conducted alternatively. The students practice the Cleansing session outside the Yoga Hall, at our garden.
After a long morning of practice, it’s time to stock up on healthy nutrients. Our breakfast is sattvic and consists of fresh fruits, legumes, vegetables, sprouts, and traditional Indian cuisines. Vegan option is available to those who require it. For those who have allergies to certain foods, we make sure that the food is served as per their specifications.
After breakfast, students relax for a while in the garden or their rooms. At 10:30 Yoga philosophy classes are held in which Yogacharya Vinay explores the true nature of Yoga and how it can benefit people. The classes are theoretical in nature, and all the class material is provided to the students. Traditional, Vedic form of yoga is discussed in the class and students are encouraged to ask about any doubts they have about yoga, meditation or philosophy.
We serve traditional Indian food for lunch. Chapati, Dal, Vegetables, Salad, Rice, Yogurt (for non-vegans), Papad, etc. Our food is prepared with care and only a small quantity of spices are used. If the students have any particular preference, they usually let us know in advance. We happily accommodate the dietary preference of the students.
After Lunch, students rest for a while. In the winters students soak up the sun sitting at the Veranda. In the rains, students group in the dining hall. In the summers students spend alone time in their rooms. After an hour of rest, they all regroup for the Yoga anatomy session . It helps them understand the impact of yoga asanas on their body and how to focus on the right part of the body while performing a specific Asana.
After Anatomy, students once again start their Hatha yoga Asana practice, applying all that they have learned. Practicing Asanas is one of the key focus of the program, and over one-third of the course is composed of practical Asana sessions.
After the intensive and exhausting day, students gather around the dining table to share their experience with fellow students. Dinner is served at 7:15 PM and students, enjoy their meal after the demanding schedule of the day.
A well-rested body is absolutely necessary to make the most of the program, therefore the lights of the Ashram are switched off at 10:30 PM, giving full 8 hours to the students to rejuvenate themselves and prepare for the next day.
» 07:00 am – Morning Abhyas
» 08:30 am – Kriyas
» 09:15 am – Breakfast
» 10:30 am – Outings/Free time
» 01:00 pm – Lunch
» 02:30 pm – Free time
» 04:00 pm – Group Discussions
» 07:00 pm – Dinner
» 10:00 pm – Good night
Schedule breakdown for the week :
❖ 10:30 am to 11:30 am
Monday to Thursday: Subject Lectures
Friday: 11:00 am to 01:00 pm – Micro Teaching Workshop
The fee once paid for 100 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh is non-refundable. This can be adjusted to any further date within one year from the date of enrollment if the student is not being able to appear for the course enrolled. The information has to be provided to the institute administration beforehand. The decision to transfer the registration fee lies solely with Jeevmoksha administration towards transferring the fee to a further date.
NOTE: If candidate is to leave in between the course, Registration fee will not be adjusted towards any other payments like accommodation etc.