300 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Taining in Rishikesh

  • Level: Intermediate
  • Duration: 28 Days


$999 $1099

Shared Room

$1299 $1399

Private Room



Shared Room


Private Room

  • Offering Teacher Training since 2011
  • More than 1000 graduates
  • Intimate class size of 18-20 students max
  • Learn in Paradise, stunning locations

🧘 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India


300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India is the intermediate level yoga course that helps in sharpening your skills of yoga. Indian yoga ashram offers 300 hour multi-stylish (Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga) yoga teacher training course, registered with yoga alliance USA. With Physical and mental exercises, Yoga is the optimum way to gain serenity, happiness, and joy. Also, the practice of yoga forges the roots of stillness in the body.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Courses are the best way to soak the benefits of yoga with crafting a bright career. Rishikesh due to its pollution-free environment is always the preferred choice for any yoga aspirants. Whether you are a beginner level, intermediate level, or expert yoga professional, 300 Hour Yoga TTC always imparts the maximum benefits and learning the authentic art of yoga.

A yoga teacher who had successfully completed the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course can enrol in this course. This advanced-level yoga TTC helps in building proficiency in the yoga teaching field. This is a perfect yoga course for a yogi who is in search of serenity, perfection, and transformation in life. The land of Rishikesh imparts the best 300 Hours Yoga TTC. This advanced-level yoga TTC in Rishikesh brush up your knowledge and skills of yoga under the experience of trained and certified yoga teachers. This yoga course removes the flaws in your yoga postures.

300 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh by Indian Yoga Ashram

300 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh by Indian Yoga Ashram makes worth the meaning of Yoga by detaching the yoga teacher from the outer world and attaching them with their soul. The natural ambiance all around with the quietness helps in accelerating the yoga learning process. To scale up your yoga learning to perfection, it is mandatory to have a perfect yoga environment. Thus, 300 Hour Yoga TTC is always the perfect choice for an intermediate level yoga teacher. Our 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in India helps in sharpening the skills of yoga asana and knowledge.

Our yoga course is certified by Yoga Alliance USA so that one can teach yoga all over the world. Our advanced level yoga course helps the yoga teacher to go deeper into the ocean of yoga. The brushing up of skills and knowledge is done during the 300 YTTC Program. The class conducting techniques and confidence-building is done during the course that leads to the promotion of a person from an ordinary yoga teacher to a Yoga Guru. We consider the spiritual essence of yoga as an important part of understanding yoga in its factual form. So, during your YTTC, you will learn the spiritual connection of yoga.

Highlights - 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Daily Schedule

  • 05:00 Morning Bell
  • 05:30 – 06:00 Morning Tea
  • 06:00 – 06:30 Pranayama & Shatkarma
  • 06:30 – 08:30 Vinyasa Flow Yoga
  • 08:30 – 09:30 Breakfast
  • 09:30 – 10:30 Anatomy and Physiology
  • 11:00 – 12:30 Yoga Philosophy
  • 12:30 – 13:00 Lunch
  • 13:15 – 14:45 Rest/self-study
  • 15:00 – 16:00 Postures Alignment
  • 16:00 – 17:30 Ashtanga Yoga Asana
  • 18:00 – 19:00 Meditation/Mantra Chanting
  • 19:15 – 20:15 Dinner time
  • 20:15 – 21:45 Self Study – Rest time.
  • 22:00 Sleep (Light Closed)

YTTC Fees & Dates

Yoga Alliance USA Certification

Course Duration: 28 Days/27 Nights
Fees for International Student:

$999 Shared Room

$1299 Private Room

Fees for Indian Student:

₹32,999 Shared Room

₹42,999 Private Room


Course Syllabus - 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course

  1. Introduction to shatkarma
  2. Jalaneti Satkarma (Nasal cleansing with salty water)
  3. Rubber neti (Nasal cleansing with a rubber string)
  4. Agnisar Kriya
  5. Nauli Kriya
  6. Kapalbhati Cleansing
  7. Kunjal (stomach cleansing)
  8. Shankha prakshalana( digestive tract cleansing)
  1. On your feet Yogasanas
  2. Seated Vinyasa Sequences
  3. Seated posterior stretch sequences
  4. On one leg yogasanas
  5. The supine sequence
  6. The bow pose sequence
  7. The triangle pose sequence
  8. The inverted posture sequence
  9. Meditative pose sequence
  10. Viseha Vinyasa karma
  1. Introduction of Paranayama
  2. The pranic body
  3. Annamaya kosha
  4. Manomaya kosha
  5. Pranamaya Kosha
  6. Vijnanamaya Kosha
  7. Anandamaya Kosha
  8. Pancha prana
  9. Natural Breathing
  10. Yogic breathing
  11. Nadi shodhana
  12. Traditional Pranayama
  13. Different technique of breathing
  14. Sheetali Pranayama
  15. Sheetkari pranayama
  16. Bhramari pranayama
  17. Ujjayi pranayama
  18. Bhastika Pranayama
  19. Kapalbhati Pranayama
  20. Surya Bheda Pranayama with ratio
  21. Chandra bhedana pranayama
  1. Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya (Mantra from Upanishad)
  2. Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva (Sloka on gods)
  3. Vande Gurunam Charnarvinde(Ashtanga opening mantra)
  4. Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo maheshwara ( Guru stotram)
  5. Swasti Prajabhyay(Ashtanga closing mantra)
  6. Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva (Sloka on gods)
  7. Om Tryambakam Yajamahe ( Mantra on lord shiva)
  8. Om sahana vavatu ( Mantra from Upanishad)
  9. Om Bhur Bhuva Swaha
  10. Yogena Cittasya ( Sloka on sage Patanjali)
  11. Hare rama, Hare Krishna ( Maha mantra)
  1. Introduction of Mudras
  2. Jnana mudra
  3. Chin mudra
  4. Yog mudra
  5. Bhairava mudra
  6. Nasikagra mudra
  7. Shambhavi mudra
  8. Pranav mudra
  9. Vishnu mudra
  10. Pancha prana mudra
  11. Pancha tatva mudra
  1. Introduction to bandha & Co activation
  2. Jalandhara bandha
  3. Moola bandha
  4. Uddiyana bandha
  5. Maha bandha
  6. Kulph Bandha
  7. Janu Bandha
  8. Kati Bandha
  9. Kurpara Bandha
  10. Mani Bandha
  11. Amsa Bandha
  1. Introduction to Meditation
  2. Why Meditation ?
  3. Meditation and Brain waves Meditation and its effect on Stress Management
  4. Obstacles in Meditation
  5. Role of concentration in Meditation tips for developing concentration Meditation on Body and Breath
  6. different meditation tecnique
  7. Om / Mantra Meditation
  8. Antat and Bahir Dhyana
  9. Trataka
  10. Dynamic meditation
  11. Tips for Silence Meditation
  12. Japa Meditation
  13. Ajapa japa
  14. Antar mouna
  15. Nada Meditation
  1. How to sequence a class
  2. How to work with breathing and posture to create an appropriate sequence
  3. How to adjust
  4. How to work with different level of students
  5. How to cue / instruct at different level
  6. Building Positive & conscious communication, Friendship and trust
  7. Time management
  8. Qualities of a teacher
  9. Principles of demonstration, observation.
  10. Assisting
  11. Correcting
  12. Use of voice in class
  13. Mental & emotional preparation for teaching
  14. Class preparation
  15. Step by step class structure planning.
  1. Fundamentals of Body alignment
  2. Ashtanga intermediate series postures alignment
  3. Standing poses
  4. Seated postures
  5. Backward extension postures
  6. Forward extension postures
  7. Twisting postures
  8. Inverted postures
  9. How to do a pose
  10. What is alignment of a pose
  11. Common mistakes
  12. Precautions
  13. Contraindication
  14. Benefits
  15. Modification
  16. Adjustments
  1. Introduction applied yoga anatomy
  2. Anatomical explanation of Asana
  3. Importance of movements
  4. yogic Jorney to travel Yoga
  5. intoduction to skeleton system
  6. Yogic exploration of bones and joints
  7. Understanding the joint mobility
  8. Restriction in Mobility
  9. Compression
  10. Introduction to muscular system
  11. contraction
  12. tension, tightness, strength weakness of a muscle
  13. Understanding flexibility & strength
  14. muscle relaxation technique
  15. Co - Activation of muscles & Bandhas
  16. Kulfa, janu, kati,amsa, mani Bandhas
  17. Musculoskeletal system
  18. Neuromuscular system
  19. Anatomical exploration of an exercise or posture
  20. yogic approach to breathing and circulation
  21. Diet for a yogic body

Yoga philosophy is one of the six major orthodox schools of Hinduism. Ancient, medieval and most modern literature often refers to the Yoga school of Hinduism simply as Yoga. It is closely related to the Samkhya school of Hinduism. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is a key text of the Yoga school of Hinduism.

Patanjali Yoga Sutras

  1. hapter no 1st
  2. Chapter no 2n
  1. Shathkarma
  2. Therapeutical Effects of Shathkarma
  3. Kati Vasti Tridosha (Explanation of Tridosha)
  4. Food Habits as per Tridosha
  5. Nadi Parikshan
  6. Diabetes
  7. Hypertension
  8. Respiratory Diseases-
  9. Diseases related to Respiration
  10. Arthritis
  11. Yog Nidra
  12. Pranayama and its effects
  13. Eyes diseases
  14. Heart diseases
  15. Heart opening Session

For first two weeks Ashtanga primary series(Yoga Chikitsa) will be practiced which will be led by a teacher and mysore style will be practiced by students to improve their self practice

and for rest of the two weeks Ashtanga Intermediate series( Nadi Shudhi) will be explained and practiced as per the level of students postures will be practiced with appropriate modification.

  1. Written Test
  2. Asana Practical Test
  3. Attendance
  4. Performance
  5. Behaviour
  1. sound healing
  2. Acro yoga
  3. Iyenger class
  4. Ayurvedic class
  5. Kirtan Session
What is included in the Course Fees?
  • 27 nights shared Accommodation
  • Free Pickup From Dehradun Airport
  • 3 Times daily nutritious vegetarian meals and herbal tea
  • 1 ayurvedic Massage
  • Cleansing Kit, Training Mannuals
  • Full support during your stay at the ashram and help provided 24/7
  • Thuoretical and practical skills
  • Wifi access room
  • Weekend excursions
  • Study material
  • Kirtan Night, Movie Night
  • Water Bottel,Toilet Paper and fruits are Provided on arrival of School
What is not included in the Course Fees?
  • Air fare
  • Private Accommodation- 175 USD Extra.
  • Private Accommodation for indian students- 5000 INR Extra.
  • Room Heater - 100 USD Extra
  • Air-conditioner- 100 USD Extra

Frequently Asked Questions

What is 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training?

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training is advanced yoga teacher training course that is generally done after completing 200 hour TTC , it help a 200RYT to deepen the understanding of yoga , own practice and teaching skills.

I am Beginner, can I Join 300 hour yoga teacher training course

Being a beginner , it is recommended to start with 200 hour TTC as 300 hour yoga teacher training course may be felt too advanced and confusing since there is no fundamental knowledge.

Do I need to have a 200-hour yoga teacher training certificate to attend the 300 Hour Yoga TTC?

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is basically done after completion of 200 , as it makes the foundation , yet anyone is eligible to attend 300 hour TTC.

I have my 200 hours, but I am not teaching or I am not teaching a lot. Can I still attend the 300 Hour Yoga TTC Course?

There is no such requirements as teaching experience or regular practice for any period of time for 300 Hour Yoga TTC Course a practitioner or any teacher can enroll in 300 hour TTC.

I am a new 200-hour graduate, am I ready to take the 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training?

300 Hour Yoga TTC can be done right after or after few months break after 200 hour TTC, continuing with 300hour TTC right after 200 maybe little challenging yet will surely upgrade the practice of a participant.

Is there a payment plan for yoga teacher training program?

For TTC program you directly pay to school or institution that is going to take care of your course, they may accept Cash, card, paypal , bank transfer, etc.

What happens if I already have plans on a weekend scheduled? Or if I miss a weekend?

Generally on weekend there is holiday as classes are conducted in week days, classes are scheduled from Mon to Sat , skipping a day in a week is not an issue unless you get an extra lesson or cover the topics.

Are There Any Prerequisites for 300 Hour Teacher Training Course?

Any student who is self motivated , disciplined and has a will to learn and become a teacher and one who has competed 200 hour TTC is eligible to enroll in 300 hour TTC.

What Is the Tuition Cost for the 300-Hour Teacher Training Course?

300 hour TTC cost vary school to school and also depend upon different services they provide along with TTC it cost from the range of 30 to 50k INR.

Does Tuition for 300 Hour Teacher Training Course Include Books, Travel and Accommodations?

The TTC cost include , books, stay , food ,travel to excursions etc.

What Are Your Payment Plans?

We accept payment in cash, by card , paypal, bank transfer and through online banking.

If I Fail to Get Certificated, Will I Get a Refund?

If you fail you are given a chance more to take the test to pass and still if you cant make it you may have to redo the course , the refund is not a part of our policy in this case.

Can I Record the Lectures and Other Sessions?

You are allowed to record few clips for your memory and notes purpose but whole class recording is not allowed.

Do I Have to Stay on Site During the 300 Hour Yoga TTC Course?

Yes for offline TTC physical presence is mandatory. We also offer online TTC where you can enroll in to do certification course without being on site.

Can I Bring My Spouse/kids With Me to the Training?

Yes , you can come along with them we provide food , stay and dropping classes as well where they can join for there health and well being during your course.

After I Get Certified Can I Automatically Open My Own Yoga Centre?

To open the yoga school you have to be E-RYT 500(3 years teaching experience after completing 200 and 300 respectively). then you will be eligible to be a lead teacher that is primary requirement to open a RYS(registered yoga school)

Does the Training Count Towards Yoga Alliance Certification?

Training done under the guidance of RYS(registered yoga school ) counts Towards Yoga Alliance Certification.

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