Vishwa Shanti Yoga School Offers RYS 200 hour,300 hour, 500 Hour (TTC) Residentail Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Pokhara Nepal, Vishwa Shanti Yoga School warmly welcomes you to the beauty of Pokhara in Nepal for 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course during April/May and September/October. Enchanting natural beauty and pleasing weather of Pokhara combined with your determination to learn the traditional yogic skill incorporated with modern day learning methodology – we want interested individuals around the globe to understand and practice yoga for their own better health, mental peace and positive growth. This is the basic step on acquiring ability to handle stress and tension; and attainment of non-attachment and victory over greed and anger. The 200 hour Yoga TTC in Nepal covers all the 14 study areas – history and role of the yoga tradition and the teacher, spiritual practice, hatha yoga, pranayama, yog nidra, concentration, meditation, yoga anatomy and physiology, ayurveda, yoga psychology, yoga philosophy, Vedanta philosophy, practicing and teaching methodology, and sat-kriya.
200 hour yoga teacher training course will be conducted twice in Nepal – early April to early May and early September to early October. The residential Hatha and Astanga Vinyasa YTT program are intensive in nature, designed to develop a beginner into a learned professional who becomes capable to teach yoga to others after completing the course. Hatha yoga, believed to be developed by Lord Shiva, consists 84 classical asanas starting with joint movement and ending with Savasana practice. Vinyasa flow of Astanga yoga is the art of rectifying and achieving healthy mind in healthy body. The course includes – a basic study of the lineage of the traditional yoga teachers; intensive yogic learning methodology, the regular practice of which leads to Samadhi; joint movement exercises, classical postures described in philosophical writings and classical texts like ha, Gherand Samhita and others to prepare the body for meditation and concentration; breathing practice for purification which connects us to our inner self and helps us merge into the universal Pranayama Kosha; relaxation of the body to experience the state beyond where we have ever been to, the Turiya state – reaching one’s inner self – through different levels of Yog Nidra; focusing mind and controlling the senses and thought pattern for better meditation practice; meditating in one position for longer duration uniting one’s body, mind and soul to reach the state of Samadhi. Alongside, the 200 hour YTTC students understand yoga anatomy and physiology, study and practice Ayurveda, learn psychological aspect of yoga – how it balances life and channelizes the body and mind; gain clear understanding of the purpose of human life and our importance on earth, the reason behind our being on this earth; equip oneself with the practical understanding of applications of yoga and become capable of teaching others the skills learned during the course; and the Sat-kriya removes the blockages of the energy channels helping in proper breath and meditation.
200 hour YTT course among a group of 10 people at Vishwa Shanti Yoga was an amazing experience. Learning how to stretch and contract your muscles, how to sit/stand, how to teach the same to masses that comprise of people from various background, thoughts and attitude – I felt like learning to become myself and accept the realities around me more clearly. In a month time, I have been a different person in my own eyes.
From the time I started as a yoga teacher, life has been placid and joyous but I felt incomplete. Like all other yoga students, I too had a deep desire to make a visit to the Yoga Capital, Rishikesh one day. I made it for 300 hour yoga teacher training course in Vishwa Shanti Yoga and yes, it was worth it. The motivating instructors and well managed course structure has helped me become more professional and devoted towards my work.
Most of the time of our life is spent maintaining our businesses, completing the pending jobs and addressing other's needs. We don't have time to realize how much our body needs nurturing. I spent only a week at Vishwa Shanti Yoga School in Rishikesh and it was like each cell of my body got nurtured. It was relaxing and refreshing. To get out of your everyday schedule, get away from all the nets and ties and live a few days for yourself... you will feel certainly good. I would recommend you to go to Vishwa Shanti Yoga School to be among a team of professionals who well know how to help you live for yourself.