21 Days 200-Hours Meditation Teacher Training Rishikesh, India with Karma Yoga

  • location Swami Samarpan Ashram, Tapovan, Rishikesh, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

21 Days 200-Hours Meditation Teacher Training Rishikesh, India with Karma Yoga

Inspiring Meditation Teacher Training India with Karma Yoga

Mediation is a word in Sanskrit for Dhyana yoga. Dhyana yoga is a different aspect of yoga in order to attain Shamadhi super consciousness. Mediation therefore may assist in helping balance of the mind for harmony, peaceful, and happiness within. The ultimate mediation aims to develop and transform different faculties of the brain. The faculties of the brain concern with your emotions, passion, anger, in order to express them. Therefore, mediation is very important to express and release your emotions, passion, anger, and different negativity of the mind. Mediation is considered to be a technique to understand the strain and stress of your daily life and how to be free from them. Without mediation, it is very difficult to manage stress and strain in your daily life.

21 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English;
The maximum participants in the group is 12


  • Karma yoga practise
  • Yoga and meditation sessions
  • Physical body and its anatomy
  • Science of pranayama and meditational yoga posture
  • Introduction to the Kundalini Tantra and the Chakras
  • Philosophy of meditation and psychology of mind
  • Ayurveda vegetarian food
  • 20 nights' lodging

Skill level

  • Advanced
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate

Retreat Style

  • Kundalini Yoga
  • Tantra Yoga
  • Kriya Yoga
  • Chakra yoga
  • Karma
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Through meditation in a daily life, one can transform the social life into a positive lifestyle. Regular meditation also helps organize a positive management of the life and pranic energy. Pranic energy is the root cause of your positive lifestyle and good Samskars. Meditation is a key practice of the awakening of Kundalini (chakra energy).

Meditation is a key practice of all traditions and religions in order to attain the consciousness of the supreme god. The aim and goal of the meditation are to be free of karma (sufferings), attain the freedom, experience real love, truth, light, and wisdom within. Finally, the practice of the meditation leads to the final liberation.

Therefore meditation teacher training course is a unique training among all the training of yoga, Tantra, and spiritual science. From day one to the end of the course, you will study. Every Sundays, there will be free time. You may choose to go rafting, swimming, or on an excursion to be paid by the students themselves.


  • Philosophy of the meditation
  • Psychology of the mind
  • Science of the pranayama
  • Physical body and its anatomy
  • Applied science of the meditation
  • Meditational yoga posture
  • Panchkosha and Panchabhuta
  • Introduction to the Kundalini Tantra and the Chakras

Daily schedule teacher training course

  • 05:30 Wake up
  • 06:30 Meditation
  • 07:15-09:00 Asanas, pranayamas, Mudras, Bandhas, and Kriyas
  • 09:00 Breakfast
  • 11:00 Karma yoga
  • 11:30-13:00 Main lecture in philosophy and psychology
  • 16:00-18:00 Adjustments or sightseeings or meeting living gurus of ashrams
  • 19:30 Satsang (meditation, chanting, lecture)
  • 20:15 Rest


From day one to the end of the course will be study sessions and every Sundays will be holidays for free time.

Karma yoga is an important and vital part of the course.

What is included

  • 200-hour meditation teacher training program
  • Rudraksha Mala for Japa
  • Neti pot
  • Study manual
  • 20 nights' accommodation
  • Ayurveda vegetarian food
  • Hot drinks

What is not included

  • Anything you do on your own

Additional Details


  • Check-in Time:15:00
  • Check-out Time:23:00

During this course, you will be accommodated at Swami Samarpan Ashram. If you would like to have a real ashram experience, this is definitely the place to be. The Swami Samarpan Ashram has eight rooms that can accommodate up to 16 persons. Basically, it includes shared rooms with two people per lodging. The ashram is growing its own garden with bananas, mangoes, lemons, rudraksha trees, and other vegetables. It is gifted with nature, making your sessions one with the universe and making you forget about your problems in the world.

Moreover, ashram is more of a home that embodies a simple living where one can develop a positive attitude and an understanding of selfless service. It is a place of inspiration because it does not teach or preach; it exhibits, and you imbibe what is applicable to you. Ashram life does not require renunciation or rejection of the world. Rather, its goal is to change one’s perspective on everyday life. It is recommended that you stay in the Swami Samarpan Ashram for at least 20 days in a year to relax, unwind, and reestablish a more wholesome and balanced perspective in life.

Ashrams usually represent a return to a simpler way of living, which is very different to a hotel. Generally there is a more communal atmosphere and often an expectation that guests will pitch in with whatever needs doing.


  •  Environmentally friendly
  •  Garden
  •  Meditation garden
  •  Smoke-free property
  •  Yoga shala

Retreat location

This teacher training will take place at Swami Samarpan Ashram in Tapovan, Rishikesh, India.

Things to Do


  • Ayurveda spa
  • Rafting
  • Swimming
  • Visiting many yoga gurus


You will be served Ayurveda vegetarian food during this program for your breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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The following meals are included:
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Drinks
  • Snacks
The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:
  • Ayurvedic

Meet The Instructors

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Swami Samarpanananda

Swami Samarpanananda Saraswati

Himalayan Master Swami Samarpanananda Saraswati is a direct disciple of Paramahamsa Niranjanananda of Bihar School of Yoga, munger in the lineage of Swami Satyananda Saraswati, and disciple of Swami Shivananda Saraswati of the Divine Life Society, in the order of Advait by Vedanta Adi Guru Sankaracharya in 788 AD. The International Samarpan Yoga Awareness Foundation (ISYAF) was founded under his direction in 2001 and he is now the president of ISYAF. Presently, he is engaged in the deep metaphysical study and guides national and international yoga, Vedanta, Tantra, and Kriya yoga programs.

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Location Swami Samarpan Ashram, Tapovan, Rishikesh, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

Arrival by airplane
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Alternatively, you may book your flight to arrive at Dehradun Airport (DED). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request.

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  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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