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300 Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in India - YogaMea School

The time has come to take your yoga practice to the next level. Sign up for YogaMea School’s RYT 300 hours advanced Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh India, and we can help you do so. Become a Yoga studio owner and realize your dream.
Our 300-hour Advanced Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course is approved by the Yoga Alliance, USA.
YogaMea offers you the opportunity to broaden your knowledge of Yoga, gaining an expert level experience, with the 300 hour advanced Multi-Style Yoga teacher training course, divided into 4 weeks, ideal for those who have already earned their RYT 200 hour certification.
The residential and intensive program takes place inside the Ashram overlooking the sacred Ganges river.

300 hour yoga teacher training certification in Rishikesh

The YogaMea School 300-hour curriculum differs from the 200-hour curriculum in how to practice and guide other practitioners into more advanced expressions of open-pelvis, closed-pelvis, balance, forward-bending, twists, back-bending, side-bending, inversion and palm balance asanas. Instruction is intended for intermediate to advanced level yoga practitioners.

Prerequisite:If you have at least 2 years of practice and some teaching experience having obtained a 200-hour yoga teacher training certificate, this course is for you. This curriculum assumes you have a foundational knowledge of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, familiarity with Sanskrit terms, and a basic knowledge of human anatomy.
All of our centers are managed by the greatest team of highly qualified yoga teachers and directed by YogaMea founder, Timea Vitez, e-RYT® 500, YACEP®, Yoga Alliance, USA.
We offer a number of options to choose from to meet your personal needs, including three locations: India, Italy and Hungary.
If you are seeking a spiritual or transformative setting based on ancient Indian traditions, then join us in Rishikesh, India.
YogaMea School’s practical and theoretical daily training sessions are designed and perfected through specific yoga techniques, helping students master their spiritual energy, providing them with vital tools for self-improvement.
The surrounding environment, daily menu and yoga practices come together to form the perfect experience to create a holistic yoga lifestyle.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training (2021 – 2022) - Yoga Alliance

Yoga Teacher Training in India Status Private Room
➢ 27 Sep 2021 ~ 06 Nov 2021 Registration Open $ 2200 USD
➢ 06 Dec 2021 ~ 15 Jan 2022 Registration Open $ 2200 USD
➢ All students will arrive on the 4th of month which will be a complementary day & will leave at the 2nd of next month.
➢ Booking amount due with the application is 20% of the total fee (i.e. non-refundable advance towards the program fee).
➢ Remaining fee needs to be paid upon arrival before starting of the course.
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Inclusions - 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification Course

Time Schedule
05:30 am Wake Up
06:00 am Herbal Tea
06:15 am Shatkarma/Yogic cleansing
06:30 am Pranayama and Chanting
07:30 am Yoga Asana
09:00 am Breakfast
10:30 am Yoga Anatomy
11:30 am Yoga Philoshphy
12:30 pm Lunch
03:30 pm Self practice / Group discussions
04:30 pm Yoga Breathing | Yoga Nidra
05:00 pm Hatha/Ashtanga Yoga Asana
06:45 pm Pranayama | Meditation
07:15 pm Dinner
10:45 pm Lights Out

(According to the Yoga Alliance Guidelines – some of these hours are contact hours and others are self-study.)

  • Techniques, Training & Practice – 145 hours
  • Asana / Yoga Kriya / Pranayama / Shatkarma / Mudra and Bandha
  • Meditation / Yoga Nidra (Traditional and Dynamic Meditation Techniques)
  • Art of Teaching | Teaching Methodology – 30 hours
  • Yoga Anatomy & Physiology – 50 hours
  • Yogic Philosophy, Lifestyle & Ethics for Yoga Teachers – 45 hours
  • Yoga – Introduction
  • Origins of yoga
  • Different paths of yoga: Raja, Karma, Bhakti and Jnana
  • Consciousness and awareness
  • Evolution of awareness
  • Evolution of elements (according to Sankhya darshan)
  • Pancha kosha (five covering or sheaths over consciousness)
  • Four-Sutraa (preface of Patanjali’s Yog Sutra)
  • Pancha Klesha (five causes of pain and miseries)
  • Raja yoga and Hatha yoga
  • Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (According to Patanjali)
  • Yama, Niyama (social and personal rules and regulations)
  • Asana (physical posture)
  • Pranayama (breathing techniques)
  • Pratyahara (withdrawal of the mind from the senses)
  • Dharna (concentration), Dhyana (meditation), Samadhi (self-realization)
  • Practice Teaching / Class Management – 30 hours

Assessments will be based on written, verbal and practical evaluation.
Final Teaching Assessment: At the end of Week 3, students will have a chance to self-select an appropriate time time slot within which to teach their final 90-minute class. The training culminates with the students teaching a 90-minute asana class to their classmates under the observation of an RYS trainer. Students are instructed to incorporate as many of the elements of asana, pranayama, mantra chanting, meditation as they can into their final asana class, including the use of Sanskrit terms with English translation for the majority of the sequence. The RYS teacher will observed cueing, sequencing, appropriate, ethical use of physical adjustments, verbal adjustment, modification, proper technique in instruction and alignment, knowledge of the student teacher when discussing cautions.
Verbal Presentation: Prepare a 30-minute workshop on either Yoga Anatomy & Physiology or Yoga Philosophy topics and share with classmates under observation of an RYS Teacher. Workshops are given during the final week of the course.
Self-Evaluations: Students will provide a self-evaluation in two ways: Written and verbal format.
Written Self-Evaluation: The first self-evaluation is provided in the form of the students’ responses to the first Yoga Philosophy Homework Assignment question: According to your own ideas what are the requirements for you to become a Yoga Teacher and why do you want (OR what inspired you) to be a Yoga Teacher?
Verbal Self-Evaluation: The second self-evaluation is provided in the form of the students’ self-assessment following their final lead teaching experience. The student teacher is asked to share with the RYS teacher and their classmates what they did well, and what their overall experience was of teaching a full 90-minute class, prior to receiving feedback from the RYS teacher and their peers.
Student conduct and adherence to the Code of Conduct is part of your overall evaluation.
Students must maintain a rate of 90% attendance for the duration of the course in order to qualify for final Assessment.
Yoga teachers who have completed all of the requirements of the 300-Hour Advanced Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course will be given a Certificate confirming that they have completed all requirements for training and teaching experiences in accordance with the Yoga Alliance, USA, standards.

  • Transfers from the airports of New Delhi, or Dehradun
  • Himalayan Trekking Tours
  • Rafting on the Ganga river
  • Ayurveda treatments

Yoga Teacher Training in India - Ryt 500 Yoga Alliance Certification

YogaMea School operates on the Italian beaches of Misano Adriatico (Rimini), on the banks of the famous Danube river in Budapest (Hungary) and on the banks of the sacred Ganges river in the holy city of Rishikesh, India, motherland and Yoga capital of the world.
Yoga was born in this ancient land over 5000 years ago, making Rishikesh, India, the perfect place to explore spirituality and philosophy. Study with YogaMea School at our ashram nestled between the Himalayan mountains and the banks of the Sacred Ganga River — the perfect space to find yourself and explore personal growth.

300 Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in India

Deepen your knowledge in the land of the “Rishi,” where the routes of the Vedic pilgrimages join together.

India is unique in its eclectic array of foods, cultures, beliefs. Notably, the customs of India differ significantly from what a Westerner may be used to. Whether from Europe, North America, South America or Asia, the manner in which citizens of India approach services in hospitality, tourism, food, shopping; hygiene; waste disposal and sanitation require adaptation on the Westerners’ part.

In front of you is the door to your transformation, to improve your quality of teaching, elevate your understanding of yoga and evolve into a new way of life. Within you is the key. The time is now. Unlock the door.