31 Day 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Emotional Body-work and Naturopathy in Rishikesh
Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh
The 300-hour yoga teacher training course is open for everyone who wants to embark upon their teaching career and seek to go further in their passion for yoga. This course is an advancement of the 200 hours of yoga teacher training course, specially designed for students who aspire to improve, deepen, and strengthen their understanding and knowledge about their yogic practices. This comprehensive course is analytical training to expand the previous learnings with a further detailed syllabus.
- Daily guided meditation session
- 300-hour certificate of completion
- Asana, Pranayama, and Traditional Yogic Kriyas
- Yoga philosophy, Anatomy, and Teaching Methodology lessons
- Emotional Release Body-work sessions & Naturopathic detoxification
- Daily delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- 30 nights accommodation
- Airport pick up
- Hatha Yoga
- Ashtanga Yoga
- Nidra Yoga
- Bhakti Yoga
Students who complete their subsequent training is eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
Yoga Adi has more than a decade of experience in teaching and healing. They are offering the finest yoga teacher training with an international curriculum of 300-hour yoga teacher training. All their training are certified by multiple, official bodies (Yoga Alliance USA and Yoga Alliance International) which is vital when you are planning to teach internationally. The ashram is the ideal destination to start your professional yoga journey and walk on your path of self-liberation.
Yoga Adi's faculty presents you with the finest yoga gurus, Ayurvedic doctors, naturopathic doctors, and expert psychologists who are very passionate not only to teach the curriculum of the course but also the traditional approach of yogic science. In addition to the standard subjects of 200-hour yoga teacher training course, this curriculum is a progression in the modules of yoga asana, pranayama, yogic philosophy, Shatkarma Kriyas, yoga anatomy, and teaching methodology.
Yogis, who have completed their 300 hours of yoga teacher training course at Yoga Adi School of Yoga, will unlock new levels of Yoga Alliance certification as well as become greatly improved practitioners and teachers with a higher level of understanding, knowledge, and experience in the traditional art of yoga. The yoga teachers who go through this blend of ancient learning, enhanced with modern teaching techniques, will be equipped to guide their own students and those diverse avenues of yogic learning in their individual careers.
Subjects and highlights
Yogic philosophy is a vast subject that deepens more and more as the Yoga Sutras decodes the set-mind patterns and renews your understanding according to the yogic lifestyle. As you dive deeper into the philosophy in 300 hours of yoga teacher training course, Yogi Chandrakant Ji takes the privilege to elaborate ancient scripts such as Bhagavad Gita and Shiv Samhita, decrypting the Sanskrit dialectical tales which are preserved poetically without any logical distortions.
Patanjali’s very first Sutra, ‘Yoga Chitta Vritti Nirodha’, intensifies with each module of this course challenging the pet habits of your mind, bringing a deep sense of self-realization.
Anatomy and physiology
Anatomical understanding of the body is an important skill in the career of a yoga teacher to prevent injury, before during and after the practice. In addition to 200-hours of yoga teacher training course’s scientific approach towards the subject, 300-hour advanced course teaches how to apply this science to yoga practice along with the benefits, contradictions, and orientation towards physical well being. At Yoga Adi, their expert physiologist teaches the most creative therapeutic application of postures and working with the injuries and ailments.
Meditation is a simple art of observation. The practice of meditation brings you closer to the nature of your reality and culminates all the unnecessary ideas formed in the darkness of unconsciousness. In 300-hour yoga teacher training course, Yoga Nidra, Sufi meditations, Vipassana, and dynamic meditations are taught and practiced daily along with many more styles to bring the conscious mind in communication with deepest aspects of your yoga practice.
Asana means the seat in which the witnessing consciousness observes sensation. As insight arises and ignorance passes, the state of tension is seen clearly, an obsolete cellular memory and habitual muscular holding patterns are released. Asana practice not only brings flexibility to the body, but also to the cognition of the mind.
Yoga Adi enhances more on the esoteric relation to the asana practice in which their students are taught the science behind each asana and how the practice of the posture reflects in one’s lifestyle. The 300-hour yoga teacher training course is intense programming of bio-circuitry of the body, conditioning the physical nature of being in tune with the five Yamas and Niyamas.
Pranayama (breathing exercises)
Pranayama is the science of breathing that regulates the bio-plasmic physiology of the body and state of mind. The deeper and more aware the breathing is the stronger the life presence becomes. Practicing and learning the breath modulation exercises unlocks advanced levels of yogic exercises such as asana and meditation. 300-hour yoga teacher training course unravels the keynotes of advanced breath-control with internal locks (bandhas), channeling the energy with spirituous gestures (mudra) followed by internal cleansing techniques (kriya).
Shatkarma means the six cleansing practices performed to detoxify the vital channels of the body. The science of Shatkarma works on the overall health of the body which involves intestinal purification, large intestine flush (enema), gaseous waste removal from the abdomen (Nauli), nasal and food pipe cleaning, and eyes cleansing (Trataka). 300-hour yoga teacher training course teaches all these as well as further progression in the Shatkarma, training the students to perform Nauli and Bhastrika Kriya, which are only demonstrated in the 200-hour yoga teacher training course.
Mantras are the Sanskrit poetry very carefully designed by the ancient seers believed to be recited in a particular manner. These mantras when recited correctly retune the breath pattern and flow of the prana (vital energy) as per the motivation of the verse.
Yoga Nidra is psychic sleep, a guided meditation where the participants lay in Shav Asana while the anchor takes them through layers of the cognitive state of mind and slowly drifting them into the deep euphoria.
In Sanskrit, the literal translation to the teacher is a guru, who guides the aspirants on the path of learning. Yoga Adi’s faculty is blessed to have traditional gurus who educate their students to always be humble yet disciplinary in the teaching practice. Under the guidance of respective faculty, students deliver their yoga asana sessions and get appropriate feedback to practice their skills in a safe environment.
Naturopathy is an ancient branch of knowledge on how to heal the body with five elements of nature i.e. earth, water, fire, air, and space. Yogis have always known how to revive their well-being and that is what Yoga Adi aspires to share with their students as an exclusive feature to the 300-hour yoga teacher training course.
An extraordinary blend of massaging nerve points, breathing techniques, mantra chanting, and dynamic mediation comprises up the emotional release body-work session. It is an exclusive part of your course which is only practiced at Yoga Adi School under the guidance of their most competent therapist, Dr. Hari Krishan Ji. The students get to participate in this session as well as learn how to use the technique to relieve the unnecessary stress and emotions built in the body.
Top highlights of this curriculum
- Advanced learning of skeletal and asana alignment
- Detailed insight on benefits and risks of complex yogic practices
- Therapeutic principles of yoga asanas
- Holistic therapies for body - mind - emotion wellness
- Experience variety of yoga styles: Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Bhakti yoga, Karma yoga, mantra yoga, and Nidra yoga
- Hands-on experience and knowledge of healing with the five elements in naturopathy
- Progression in Shatkarma (cleansing techniques), practice and learn Shankh Prakhshalan (a complete intestinal detox) under the expert guidance
- Interpretation of philosophical textures such as Geeta and Shiv Samhita
- 06:00 Wake up with herbal tea
- 06:30 Pranayama, mantra chanting, meditation, and Shatkarma
- 07:30 Hatha yoga class
- 09:30 Breakfast
- 11:30 Emotional Body-work sessions/ Naturopathy /Karma yoga
- 13:00 Lunch
- 14:00 Rest and self-study
- 15:00 Afternoon tea and snacks
- 15:30 Yoga philosophy or anatomy class
- 16:30 Alignment, adjustment, and teaching methodology
- 17:30 Ashtanga yoga class
- 18:30 Guided meditations, Yoga Nidra, sufi, Traatak, and dynamic meditations
- 20:00 Dinner
What is included
- Daily Hatha and Ashtanga yoga classes
- Daily guided meditation
- Naturopathic healing and emotional body detox
- Pranayama classes
- Yoga philosophy and anatomy classes
- Alignment and teaching methodology classes
- Mantra chanting
- 300-hour certificate of completion
- 3 daily nutritious and delicious yogic meals
- 30 nights accommodation
- 1 Indian traditional cooking class
- Trips to Ganga River (on walking distance)
- 1 course curriculum manual
- Books (Hatha Yoga Pradipika, asana pranayama mudra bandha and four chapters on freedom)
- Yoga kit (yoga mat, notebook, pen, and Yoga Adi School cotton t-shirt)
- Kriya equipment (jal neti pot, sutra neti equipment, enema pot)
- Celebrations (birthdays, festivals, or any reason to celebrate)
- Pick-up from Jolly Grant Airport (DED)
- Hot and cold purified-filtered water
- Unlimited Wi-Fi
- Laundry facility
What is not included
- Spa and massage treatments
- Medical expenses
- Extra 5 percentage charge for the payment made using a credit card
- Personal expenses
- Towels and toiletries
- Room cleaning
- Dish washing
Madhav Residency will be your home during the 28 nights of intended stay for the yoga teacher training course. Madhav Residency is a well-designed construction equipped with over 40 rooms backed up with power generator and Wi-Fi Internet. Each room has a private balcony with refreshing views. The rooms have a wide range from private with attached bathroom, private with non-attached bathroom, double sharing, triple sharing, to a private room for a couple with a double bed and attached or non-attached bathroom.
Madhav Residency is a two floored, well-ventilated building with two different rooftops and a basement. There is an in-built spa establishment where you can pamper yourself with relaxing and healing massages during the intense yoga practice. The spa offers a wide range of massages, Ayurvedic treatments, Panchakarma therapies, and Reiki sessions. There are two yoga studios within the residency that can accommodate a group of 25 practitioners easily.
The kitchen lies on the ground floor adjoined with a capacious dining hall where everyone gets together for the feasts. The dining hall has a water purifier which dispenses cold, hot, or normal water. The rooftops are the most exquisite in the early mornings to do the cleansing practices while watching the sunrise. There is also a dedicated area for laundry on the rooftop where two washing machines are placed to be used anytime you like during your stay. Yoga Adi supplies bed sheets, pillows, toilet paper, blankets but does not provide towels due to the hygiene issues.
- Steam room
- Air-conditioned rooms
- Dining area
- Environmentally friendly
Yoga Adi School of Yoga is based in the land of the spiritual seekers, Rishikesh. It is located at the foothills of Himalayas. Rishikesh has been a pilgrimage for monks and devotees from hundreds of years. Thousands of people visit Rishikesh to make offerings to the sacred river the 'Ganges' and receive healings from it. Ganges and Himalayas set Rishikesh's aura for yoga and meditation. There are many of the historical temples and traditional ashrams in the area to visit and experience the old rooted ways into spirituality.
Yoga Adi School of Yoga is built in an outer suburb of Rishikesh at eight kilometers away from the town center. A short distance from town allows their students to be away from the hustle and bustle of the pilgrims' traffic which normally gets very hectic. The residency is well-placed in a small community with refreshing views of the mountains, the farms, and the flowing canal right at the doorsteps of the residency.
It is very well accessible to go to the town on the weekly days off on a tuk-tuk or a cab which are easily available in the area. By foot, there are various nearby attractions which are in the radius of 10-minute walk from the residency. There is a very nice eatery called Book and Brew Cafe that is just five minutes of walk away. They have nice coffee and pasta. The grocery shops are only around the corner of the block. The breathtaking Ganges is only 20 minutes by walk. There are many other shops, restaurants, and ATM's available in the area if you want to avoid the busy town.
Things to Do
Spa and treatments
There is an in-built spa feature in the school from where facility purchases can be made such as treatments, herbal products, cold-pressed oils, and Reiki sessions. Yoga Adi's exceptionally devoted service extends within their in-built establishment called 'Ayur The Vedic Spa'. The spa delivers a wide range of traditional Ayurvedic therapies, as well as modern health care treatments such as sauna, pedicure or manicure, and facials.
The spa specializes to have all the products being obtained naturally and fresh. All the ingredients used in the therapies or treatments are sourced from the traditional producers of the herbal products. The revitalizing and therapeutic treatments offered are customized to your particular needs. All therapies are natural, gentle, and delightfully pleasing. The spa also offers Panchkarma therapies on appointment.
Extra curricular activities:
Rishikesh is surrounded by phenomenal attractions and adventurous recreational activities. Yoga Adi can help you organize your trips to create these memorable experiences for you:
- Bungee jumping
- Camping and bonfire
- Cliff jumping
- Day trips to visit temples, ashrams, waterfalls, nearby caves, and other attractions
- Flying fox
- Mountain biking
- Parasailing and paragliding
- Rappelling and rock climbing
Yoga Adi School of Yoga places emphasis on providing a satvik diet for their students that nourishes their vital energy. A satvik diet enhances your energy to be pure, positive, clean, conscious, strong, true, honest, and wise. The diet regimen comprises fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, legumes, and whole grains. This regimen empowers virtues such as Ahimsa (non-violence). It includes vegetarian proteins that are most suited to the daily practice and learning of Hatha yoga, breathing techniques, and meditation techniques.
In case you are vegan or lactose intolerant or you have any other dietary requirements, they can easily make necessary arrangements for you. During your stay at Yoga Adi, you will be served three daily vegetarian Satvik meals. The meals will also be provided without any additional charges on your days off during the course, although YogaAdi School encourages guests to keep them updated if they eat out in order to avoid any wastage of food at the kitchen. Each meal is prepared and served with so much love and care to support your yogic journey.
Types of cuisine at Yoga Adi
Herbal tea, warm water with lemon and honey
- International cuisine includes dried fruits, cinnamon banana porridge, oats, freshly prepared home-made peanut butter, fruit jam and toast, or sprouts served with fresh fruits and herbal tea.
- Indian cuisine includes poha, vegetable upma, or paranthas with home-made yogurt and pickles also accompanied with fresh fruits and herbal tea.
- International cuisine includes pasta or falafel, hummus, French fries, chapati (flatbread), and tomato chili sauce served with fresh salad.
- Indian cuisine includes a sabzi and a dal (a variety of vegetables, beans, lentils, and cottage cheese or tofu cooked in a delicious Indian flavored way) served with rice, chapati, fresh salads, and chutney.
Herbal tea or black tea served with popcorns or makhanas (fox nuts).
A sabzi and soup served with chapati or khichdi and soup served with ghee and papads.
Rice puddings, Indian sweets, or cakes.
The following meals are included:
The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:
- Lactose Free
- Other dietary requirements on request
The following drinks are included:
The following are available with an additional price:
The massage therapies are performed by highly sensitive and experienced Ayurvedic massage therapists to provide you with deep healing and relaxation. Massage oils are specifically chosen according to the therapy and the individual Ayurvedic body types. You can choose from foot massage, head, and shoulder, full-body or any area that you would like special care for.
The sauna treatments enhance both lifestyle and wellness while the specific health benefits will vary depending on the individual and how the sauna is used. You can choose from the sauna after a massage, improving blood circulation, or removal of toxins and impurities.
Shirodhara is a forehead massage wherein a constant stream (dhara) of herbal or medicated oil is poured on the scalp in order to stimulate the nerves in the head. Works to achieve balance and symmetry in the body and mind relieve headaches enhances clarity and focus and dismisses mental fatigue. You can select from body constitution consultation, warm sesame oil, or buttermilk.
Reiki healing therapy
Reiki is the life energy that flows through all living things. Reiki practitioners understand that everyone has the ability to connect with their own healing energy and use it to strengthen energy in themselves and help others. It is believed that a person’s 'qi' or energy should be strong and free-flowing. When this is true a person’s body and mind is in a positive state of health. When the energy becomes weak or blocked it could lead to symptoms of physical or emotional imbalance.
A Reiki session can help ease tension and stress and can help support the body to facilitate an environment for healing on all levels - physical, mental, and emotional. A session is pleasant and relaxing and is often utilized for one’s personal wellness. Master level is performed by Yogi Chandrakant Ji.
Meet The Instructors
Dr. Yogi Chandarkant Ji
Dr. Yogi Chandrakant Ji is one of the lead yoga teachers at Yoga Adi, born in a Brahmin family in an ancient village named Haripurkalan situated at the confluence of the seven Ganges. At the age of eight, he was enrolled in a Sanskrit School where he learned about yoga, astrology, and Sanskrit as a language and began teaching yoga at the age of 20. His teachings refined more as he mastered himself in yoga asanas, yoga philosophy, pranayama, meditations, and Shatkarma Kriyas as well as receiving a doctorate in naturopathy.
Hari Krishan Ji
Hari had envisioned opening up of a yoga school that presents yoga in its true essence combined with the traditional detoxification science of naturopathy. A large part of Hari Ji’s childhood was spent in serving and taking care of hundreds of sages and sadhus. Being a national level player in his youth, yoga was an essential part of his routine. However, he realized that in present times, the bodies of most people are full of emotional and other kinds of bondage, which hinders one’s growth. This led him to develop 'emotional blockage treatments as well as using naturopathy detoxification.
Swami Yog Kulwant Ji
Swami Yog Kulwant Ji is one of the founders of Yoga Adi School. At a very young age, he left his home to seek inner bliss. He studied under many masters, who taught and encouraged him to meditate and complete his studies. Being a seeker, he was always interested in studying the subject of philosophy, on which he has also done his Ph.D. After completing his education, he went deep into meditation and stayed in silence for many years. At present, he stays in silence for most of his time in Upper Himalayas and guides students and seekers in 'Silent Retreats'.
Yogini Prabha Jaguri
Prabha hails from the holy city of Uttarkashi that is surrounded by the Himalayas and also happens to be the origin of the holy Ganges. Early in her life she got interested in the spiritual world and started to explore it. Later, she moved to Rishikesh where she discovered her passion for yoga and pursued master in yogic science. She has taught yoga in India and abroad in reputed yoga studios. Being a very creative personality for yoga she has mastered Ashtanga, Hatha yoga, pranayama, yoga philosophy, adjustment, and alignment.
Manmohan Rupal Ji is a double master degree holder in human psychology, a holistic healer, a life coach, and a healing tattoo artist. Grown up under the parenthood of a naturopath father and Reiki master mother, Manmohan Ji was always inclined towards holistic healing from the young age. Along with the fusion of psychological master degrees, Manmohan Ji has specialized himself in exclusive yogic psychotherapy which is proving to be a very effective tool in yoga practices to overcome psychosomatic disorders like depression and anxiety.
Location Madhav Residency, Aambagh, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India
- (DED) Jolly Grant Airport: 14 km Transfer included
Arrival by airplane
Please book your flight to arrive at Jolly Grant Airport (DED). Transfer from and to the airport is included. YogaAdi School will pick you up from the airport.
Airport: Jolly Grant Airport Airport transfer included: Jolly Grant AirportNo additional charges. You can request this in the next step.
Booking And Cancellation Policy
- A reservation requires a deposit of 26% of the total price.
- The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
- The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.