In this course you will learn 3 styles of yoga that will create the best foundation for being a yoga teacher in today’s world- Hatha (including traditional and therapeutic), Ashtanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Yoga. 

This course aims to weave together both the theory, physical practice and the subtler introspective aspects such as meditation in order to provide the students with a holistic yoga experience.

As a teacher, it is imperative that one also understands how to instruct and teach complicated styles and techniques of yoga, along with deepening the understanding of the basic and fundamental concepts. This course will ensure the same and make you a more confident practitioner and a better teacher.

Experienced yogis and beginners alike will gain a lot from the knowledge this course delivers.

It is recommended that applicants have a minimum of 6 months practice before the start of the course and that they are physically fit, so that they are prepared for the four hours daily yoga practice.

The price in inclusive of private single room accommodation, three yogic meals per day (Monday to Friday), your yoga manual, filtered drinking water, wifi, free airport pick up, your full training program, one sight seeing excursion and a yoga t-shirt.


Yoga Teacher Training

Dharamshala, India
Yoga Alliance Accredited


  • Power
  • Dynamic


  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian

Skill Level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate





The yoga classes that will be conducted include Therapeutic Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, and Ashtanga. You will learn how to quiet the mind and perfect asanas with individual adjustments as needed. It will also give you a chance to see how all the aspects of yoga can be taught to a certain level in a single class.

Meditation is performed one hour a day after all other classes have been completed. Each day you will practice a different technique in order to find which style works well for your individual needs. Meditation gives you time to relax your mind, and find peace inside. After completion of the course each aspiring teacher will have enough tools and techniques to lead a meditation class for their own students, as well as having techniques to pull from for individual practice.

This class will discuss how prana is effecting you every day and how you can control your breath and energy through different breathing techniques. Pranayama is incorporated in yoga classes, meditation, and can be practiced individually as well. A firm understanding of the study and practice of pranayama is necessary for any person who wants to deepen their yoga practice, and essential for every teacher who wants to teach true yoga.

Anatomy & Physiology will cover the structural and functional organization of the human organism from cellular level through tissues, organs to eleven body systems. The understanding of their cooperative work in light of holistic health will provide useful knowledge about safe practice, contraindications and precautions. Special emphasis will be put on potential dangers, risks and the methods and ways for improvement of health imbalances with use of yogic practices.

Philosophy builds on the understanding of what the practice of yoga is achieving. This class will go over the teachings from the Gita, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Beda, and Sankhya Philosophy. How yoga is practiced through asanas and in daily life will be greatly discussed and completion of the course will leave you with a deeper knowledge of all aspects of yoga

Art of Teaching is the class in which students will learn how to properly sequence and instruct a yoga class. You will practice instructing one on one, in small groups and finally lead a complete yoga class. In addition students will learn how to adjust for certain asanas, and how to use props to make further adjustments. The focus is on proper alignment and how to make each asana possible for any person regardless of injuries or physical fitness. It takes a scientific approach to the study of the body and how each asana builds on the previous one.

Learn about correct alignment and props to assist individuals facing health challenges of all kinds, Students will learn how to assess and assist their own students and aim to bring balance to their body, increasing wellbeing and vitality. Therapeutic Yoga will give time to rejuvenate the body while teaching how to make every asana accessible for any level, and a comfortable way to stay in each asana with the use of props.


Student must have full attendance and pass both written and practical exams to receive their 200Hr Yoga Alliance approved certification.


7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Asana Pranayam
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
The Art of Teaching
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Yoga Asana
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Free Time

Time off with gift you the time to explore the beautiful area of Dharmsala. Visit temples, ashrams, lakes, waterfalls, gushing rapids and nightly ceremonies. Rest, relax and read in your comfortable room and mingle with other students on your course.


Serving plenty of variety Indian yogic cuisine with wonderful flavors, the food is healthy and hearty with a great selection of local fruits and spices. The food menu includes Indian dishes such as Dal, Palak Paneer and rice and healthy salads. ​

Learn about Ayurvedic and Satvic cuisine that will balance your body and mind and leave you feeling energised and grounded. Enjoy all the tastes and flavours of Northern India, knowing your body is being nourished and well cared for.


  • Accommodation
  • Airport Transfer
  • Course Material
  • Excursion
  • All Meals
  • WiFi Internet
  • Yoga Props
  • Free Gift
  • Meditation
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian

Meet The Facilitators



Private Room at Mahi Yoga Center

Private Room

Simple Single Room with attached bathroom and Hot Shower.



Dharamshala, India

Surrounded by tall pines, nature and hidden in the scenic Kangra valley, lies the small town of McLeod Ganj. It is situated on the Dhauladhar Range, whose highest peak, "Hanuman Ka Tibba", at about 18,500ft, majestically rises behind it.

The spiritually vibrant atmosphere is also the residence of His Holiness - the 14th Dalai Lama and the site of the Tibetan exile community's main temple. In a place where India meets Tibet, you will find Tibetan handicrafts, Thangkas, Tibetan carpets, garments and other souvenirs dotted throughout the town. McLeod Ganj, is one of the most irresistible destinations and offers courses in Buddhism, meditation, yoga and great starting points for some exhilarating treks into the Himalayas.

There are two daily flights from Delhi to Gaggal, a town near to McLeod Ganj. From Gaggal Airport, it is about 20 kilometres to McLeod Ganj, and takes about 45 minutes by taxi. There are more than ten trains running daily from Delhi to Pathankot. Train tickets can be booked online at Indian railways website. There are also many buses from Delhi to McLeod Ganj every day, or it is possible to take a taxi. Make sure the bus is going all the way to McLeod Ganj, as some buses have a last stop at Dharamshala, from where McLeod Ganj is another half hour bus ride, or take an easily-available taxi.

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Mahi Yoga Center, Venue for 25 Day 200Hr MultiStyle Yoga Teacher Training

All the centres in India ran by Mahi Yoga have serene and scenic environment which naturally enhances the learning atmosphere. Dharamshala offers sanctity and tranquility with its Buddhists monasteries and the sound of local chanting whilst you practice.

The centre is set amid beautiful natural landscape and there is plenty of areas to enjoy quiet space and sedative contemplation. In time off, enjoy the surrounding ashrams, temples, lakes, waterfalls and mountains that make this area so very special.

You can fly from Delhi to Gaggal, a town near to McLeod Ganj. From Gaggal Airport it is about 20 kilometres to McLeod Ganj, and takes about 45 minutes by taxi. 

There are more than ten trains running daily from Delhi to Pathankot and Chakki Bank, which is a smaller station near Pathankot. There are also many buses from Delhi to McLeod Ganj every day, or you can take a taxi. Most of the buses leave from Majnu ka Tilla, the Tibetan camp, and many other points in Delhi. Make sure the bus is going to all the way to McLeod Ganj, as some buses have a last stop at Dharamshala, from where McLeod Ganj is another half hour bus ride, or take an easily-available taxi. 

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