1-Month 200Hr Vinyasa Yoga School Teacher Training

Establish your foundation, deepen your practice, and learn how to teach professionally. This training offers you a gateway to teaching yoga internationally. Your dreams come to life in Rishikesh, a holy city nestled between the sacred Ganga river and the magnificent Himalayan mountains. The world-class faculty includes teachers who have taught all across India and are all fluent in English, bringing years of experience to you.

This yoga instructor certification program draws from many traditions and works to lead you step by step through a process of deepening your understanding of your body and mind through the ancient wisdom of yoga. The in-depth theory is coupled with hands on practice which enables you to integrate the lessons with competence and understanding. The staff assist you to find your confidence as a teacher as you lead classmates through exercises and sequences from an early stage in the course. Expect to feel yourself positively transform in a myriad of ways as you dive deeper into the training- feel energised, inspired and experience looking at the world through new eyes.

The Vinyasa Yoga School cares about giving back to the community and your tuition directly helps fund their various volunteer projects. Vinyasa Yoga Foundation provides free food around local ashrams and temples in Rishikesh and they are also working on an initiative to build a free school and community temple for free education and yoga classes in the area. Be part of a real community initiating positive change and be inspired to carry these lessons and tools back home to create your own sense of purpose.

This course package includes your tuition, accommodations, three daily vegetarian meals, all books and manuals, one Ayurveda massage, tea breaks and Sunday excursions.

What is included

  • Accommodation
  • Course Material
  • All Meals
  • WiFi Internet
  • Excursion
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Equipment
  • Meditation
  • Vegetarian
  • Yoga
  • Yoga Props
  • Massage
  • All Inclusive




You will learn about the Bhagavad Geeta and the lessons of Karma yoga, Bhakti yoga, and Gyana yoga. You will learn about the Yoga Sutra and how to overcome the various types of thought through the 8 limbs of yoga. You will learn about the physical, astral, and causal bodies.

Learn the primary Hatha asanas (postures), the art of alignment, how to construct a class, as well as have several opportunities to teach.

In this class you will learn various breathing techniques to influence the flow of prana throughout the body’s energy channels. You will also learn how to apply pranayama techniques that produce heat and cold as therapy for various psychosomatic ailments.

You will experience and learn various guided relaxations, yoga nidra, and other meditation techniques. You will also have several opportunities to lead your own meditations.

 You will study 5 of the main physiological systems in the human body: Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Muscular, Skeletal. You will also learn how to use yoga asanas, pranayama, shat karmas, and meditation to treat problems that arise within each particular physiological system. You will learn how to apply Yogic Therapy, Marma Therapy, and Acupressure to various psychosomatic issues.

Start each morning with Mantra class where you will learn to chant 10 of yoga’s most important mantras, their literal translations and spiritual significance, and how to use them in your daily life and yoga practice.

An introduction to Shatkarmas and their underlying theory. Shatkarma is an ancient purification of the body yogic practices. There are 6 types of shatkarmas that aim to rid our body of stagnant waste. In the training you will get an introduction to 3 of these ancient practices.

You will practice various Vinyasa flows, as well as learn the underyling theory behind the practice ,the art of alignment, and how to construct a class. You will also have several opportunities to teach entire Vinyasa classes, along with constructive feedback from your teacher and classmates.


Students that meet the requirements of the course will receive a certificate of a qualified yoga teacher recognized by Yoga Alliance. In order to pass, you will need to teach your own Vinyasa and Hatha class. Additionally, each subject will have either a written or oral examination.


6:00 AM - 6:30 AM
Morning snack
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
Mantra Chanting & Meditation
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
Yoga Therapy
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Tea break
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:00 PM - 8:30 PM
TIME OFF Vinyasa Yoga School believes that experiencing a culture apart from your own is just as transformative as learning yoga. Every Sunday, they arrange an opportunity for you to experience Rishikesh and Indian culture with your classmates and teachers. Whether it be rafting on the Ganga river, or an insider’s look into Himalayan temples and local ashrams, they take care of the cost of all activities so you can focus on having an unforgettable time!

Meet The Facilitators

Venue   Vinyasa Yoga School

Vinyasa Yoga School is located in in the heart of Laxman Jhula near Sant Sewa Ashram in Rishikesh. The school is cradled between the vast Himalayan mountain range and the magnificent Ganga river. It is a true private sanctuary in order to retreat inwards, reflect, and recharge after an intense day of class. Rooms are private and very comfortable. Rest assured! To ensure that you feel comfortable in your home away from home, there is 24/7 security camera monitoring system, as well as a friendly front-desk reception.

In general, the school recommends flying into the airport in New Delhi, as it is the closest international airport to Rishikesh. You can also fly into Dehradun, a domestic airport that is much closer to Rishikesh (although it is generally much more expensive to fly there.) The school can provide a private taxi from the Delhi airport to Rishikesh if you get in touch prior to arrival.


Students will receive three yogic, vegetarian home-cooked meals each day of the training. Every meal is made with love – prepared from fresh, local ingredients, including vegetables from the on-site garden. Chai is served during all tea breaks. The school aims to support you in making long lasting changes in personal habits, and to embrace food choices that will bring you to a new level of spiritual, mental and physical health and happiness. 

Meals are unlimited. Generally, you’ll get a plate of food with all of the various vegetarian Indian dishes appropriate for breakfast, lunch, or dinner (according to a yogic diet.) Chefs will always make a surplus of food for students, which is usually placed on the dinner tables for students to grab from if they want more of a particular dish. You can also always feel free to talk to our kitchen staff if you’d like your meals prepared a certain way or if you’d like extra food.

Dairy products are common in the culture of India’s food – so while meals are vegetarian, the use of dairy would disqualify them from being strictly vegan. However, many students have special requests and/or allergies, and meals can be made to suit students needs. It is almost impossible to find meat (and alcohol) in Rishikesh. Rishikesh is a holy city, and the focus is on healthy vegetarian meals. 




This training has everything you could possibly ask for in a yoga teacher training program- from excellent yoga teachers comfortable learning and resting spaces, nourishing wholesome meals, an inspiring and authentic location, excursions, massages- the whole package! Gain your teaching certification from professional leaders in the yoga world in the heart of the yoga community. This training will not only allow you to teach, it will transform your life in many beneficial ways. 

Kell F

Yovada Yogini

  Rishikesh, India

Rishikesh is the ideal destination for yoga lovers with different shalas and ashrams scattered across the city. Located at the base of the Himalayas, the city features a remarkable view of the mountains with the Ganga an energetic river ebbing at its feet.

Lakshman Jhula is actually an adjoining bridge across the Ganga, along the old route to the holy shrines of Badrinath and Kedarnath. The Jhula has now become one of the most visited tourist spots of Rishikesh, not simply because of its ancient origin and religious sanctity, but also because of the grand temples and wonderful local market that have come to be developed around it. A thirteen story temple, called Terah Manzil, near the Lakshman Jhula, is very popular amongst visitors. The top floor of this temple gives a wonderful view of the surroundings.

Jolly Grant airport at Dehradun is the nearest airport to Rishikesh which is approximately 35 kilometres away. Popular carriers like Air India, Spice Jet and Jet Airways often have daily flights from New Delhi. Apart from Delhi, there is a flight from Lucknow to Dehradun as well. To commute to Rishikesh via land, there are tongas, taxis and rickshaws available. Whereas from other cities and states, buses and trains are operated by state transport corporations and private operators. One can also hire private vehicles to get there.

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