Come and develop the skills to teach yoga asana and Nada Yoga coursesin Rishekesh, gaining a solid grounding in the classical yoga tradition, and at the same time deepen your spiritual connection to yoga and open yourself to profound inner transformation. In this four-week course you will establish a firm foundation of discipline that promotes physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth and build a strong base from which to teach others naturally and with confidence.
Naad Yoga Training
The Nada Yoga Teachers’ Training Course is a four-week intensive residential course, based on the ancient gurukula system of India where teacher and student live together. You will be in a traditional Ashram and closely interact with our experienced and dedicated teachers and staff who themselves are immersed in the yogic lifestyle. Connected to an ancient teaching lineage (guru parampara), passed down from guru to disciple through thousands of years, the curriculum is extensive and covers both theory and practice. Devotional practices, traditional to India, are an integral part of the Course.
Rishikesh Nada Yoga Teacher Training Center
A vegetarian diet, daily personal practice of yoga and meditation, as well being away from town and city promote an atmosphere conducive to profound learning. The Course was designed by Swami Vishnu in 1969 with the vision to not only develop successful yoga professionals but to also spread peace in the world through them. A sincere desire to learn and openness to yogic techniques is required – a basic knowledge of yoga postures and philosophy is preferred, but not essential. Graduates of the course receive internationally-recognized certification.
Certified by the worldwide Yoga Alliance for the 200 hours standard for Registered Yoga Schools (RYS).
Students enjoy occasional cultural programmers that are offered during evening satang. Each week there is one day free of lectures. During this day students are required to attend morning and evening satang. During free time, students can explore the Ashram’s vicinity or join our occasional day trips to places of interest.