Course Highlights
  • Course Duration: 56 Days
  • Course Language: English
  • Course Module: Residential with Meals
  • Course Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Course Certification: Yoga Alliance
  • Course Date: 1st - 28th of next month
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500 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course In Rishikesh

The 500 hours Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh will provide an opportunity to take you on the yoga journey where you will get a complete or clear vision of yoga, without any concerns. The 500 hours multi-style Yoga teacher training course is said as Master Level of Yoga TTC course will certainly give you a chance of becoming a master in Yoga! The 500-hour yoga teacher training is an internationally certified with Yoga Alliance, USA. The 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India for yoga practitioners who would like to learn yoga in-depth knowledge and improve your skills of yoga practice. Our 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) is highly recommended to all levels of yoga practitioners who are looking for both beginners and advanced level learning and practicing. It helps in improving their skills of yoga teaching and builds full of confidence in you to start your own yoga school for teaching others after graduation from the 500 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. This course will improve your personal practice, experience, skills, and unique teaching styles in yoga at an advanced level. You will learn a whole new level of self-development and discipline during this 500 hour yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh.

Course Overview

The 500 hour yoga TTC course in Rishikesh, India at Mira Yogashala is highly designed, challenging for yoga practitioners and residential yoga course in Rishikesh for the duration of two months. It offers full knowledge and understanding of yoga, various asana from the basic to next level. It includes multi-style yoga poses, pranayama, and meditation with yoga anatomy and philosophy. On successful completion of 500-hour yoga TTC course in Rishikesh, the students get honoured with a certification of Yoga Alliance, USA.

The 500-hour yoga teacher training course is the best choice for all yoga enthusiasts who want to complete a beginner and advanced yoga teacher training course at one time. If you are planning to join a registered yoga teacher training school in Rishikesh with various yoga styles that will improve your yoga teaching skills with more effective. Then, Mira Yogashala is surely for you. Our advanced yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh that makes available for 200 hour yoga TTC, 300 hour yoga TTC or a combination of both for 500 hour yoga TTC in Rishikesh, India. This one is a full-bodied yoga training program, which accelerates your role into a yoga instructor while offering in-depth understandings into the practice of yoga and meditation.

This Course starts from 1st of every month.

How can this course help to transform your daily life Routine as a Normal Person and Yoga Teacher?

500 Hour Yoga Teacher training Course is a beginner to advanced yoga course that is gonna to help you to become a Experienced yoga teacher and a better human being. Whether you work for a corporation or for yourself. After Successful Completion of 500 Hour Yoga teacher training Course at Mira Yogashala You will be able to teach Yoga Classes with full confidence, emotion, and with a new level of energy Because deep down in your heart you know more about yoga, and you will know how yoga changed your life. It will become so easy for you to create unique and beneficial Yoga Lessons plans accordingly for your Students because in these 2 months you will already did so many lesson plans for the classes .The More You will dive deep into Yoga the More and better you will understand the yogic lifestyle, and then it will help you to create a more Focused, Balanced and Peaceful relationship with oneself and the People around you. During 500 hour yoga teacher training you will be far away from your Country, Hometown, Home, Family, and this thing is gonna to help you find yourself close to yourself and make a better relationship with your soul,body and mind.

Why Choose Mira Yogashala for Your Yoga TTC

We are Happy to invite you to the most Transformational journey of Your Life. No Worries, if you are a beginner or an Yogic practitioner, This courses is gonna to help you to Show you your spiritual Path. Our experienced Yoga Gurus gonna help and guide you through Different Types of yoga Subjects and about its branches, techniques, and practices. Our main Purpose is to guide you to perfect your Posture and help you to Accomplish your inner growth.

At Mira Yogashala, you Gonna get the opportunity to Discover your Mystic Skills and find your true oneself. Moreover, you are gonna Know to about the interconnect the mind, body, and soul, which is gonna to help you to encounter this life and its challenges with full energy. Replace all the Stress and depression in your life, with positive Attitude and Calmness, through yoga. Begin your beautiful spiritual journey today, if you want to become a teacher of yoga or learn it for your self improvement. We are absolutely committed to offer you the excellent guidance and support, so that you can reach to your absolute goal. The Mira Yogashala has uniqueness and objective-oriented yoga courses Specially designed for different levels of Yogic practitioners and Students.

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We also held Different types of activities throughout the Month During your course, which is includes excursion, Beach Yoga sessions, Ganga Aarti, Himalayas sightseeing, Sound Healing Session, Body Movement Session, and so much more. All of these different types of activities help us to Build a more vibrant and Happy learning Atmosphere.

The environment at Mira Yogashala is cozy, friendly, helping each other, and encouraging each other growth in a supportive Atmosphere. Our Yoga teachers are highly proficient in their Specific Yoga Subject. Because we are located in Rishikesh, which has a very long history with yoga and about it, the connection between yoga and Yoga students strengthens because of the positive energy created around.

It is definitely an Beautiful journey of oneself-discovery and inner growth. We are absolutely sure that the knowledge and experience you gonna get will be invaluable for a lifetime !

What Is This Course About & What You will Learn?

  • Learn Yoga from Authentic and experienced Yoga Teachers from its origin Place at Mira Yogashala.
  • Learn yoga from Scratch and finish it with Advanced Yoga knowledge.
  • After Successful Course Completion Get a global Yoga Certification from Yoga Alliance USA.
  • Learn Ayurveda and Yoga therapy in our 500 hour Yoga TTC.
  • Learn the Advanced Posture/Asanas series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow.
  • Get More Flexibility and Strengths in Yoga Posture.
  • Know More deeper about your Body and its Parts.
  • Learn Yoga in its traditional Way with the Help of Modern scientific way.
  • Learn it from a Good and Happy Atmosphere where you will feel Blessed.
  • Learn Advanced techniques/Practice of Breathing.

The 500 Hour Yoga teacher Training course is Suitable and best for those having a desire to dive deep into yoga as practically and theoretically, its Methods as well as About its Branches. If you are a Beginner and want to become a master in yoga then a 500 hour yoga teacher training course is a perfect fit for you. It is a 2 month yoga course where you will learn yoga from scratch, first month you will do 200 hours yoga teacher training course, which is an beginner to intermediate yoga course, and then next month you will proceed for 300 hour yoga teacher training course, which is an advanced yoga course, that's how you are gonna complete 500 hour yoga teacher training course in one.

This Course is Designed to get you deeper into yoga and the path of Yoga. You will begin from scratch. You will learn so many things, topics such as during your 500 hour yoga teacher training in rishikesh. So come and join us on this spiritual path and learn more about yourself and your soul.

Subjects/Topics covered in 500 Hour Yoga TTC

Embark on a comprehensive and life changing transformational Yoga Teacher Training journey at Mira Yogashala, where our curriculum maintains a Rich order of subjects/Topics designed to deepen your understanding and knowledge of the yoga.

Topics/Subjects To Be Covered In This Course

  • Relevance and the science behind every pose
  • Mindfulness Yoga Training
  • Traditional Hatha Yoga (Theory & Practical)
  • Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga (Theory & Practical)
  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga (Theory & Practical)
  • Traditional & An Ancient Meditation (Dhyana)
  • Trataka (Tantric Meditation Practice)
  • Mantra Chanting (Recitation of Sacred Sound)
  • Yoga Anatomy & Physiology
  • Yoga Alignment & Adjustments
  • More than 100+ yoga postures
  • An introduction to Himalaya Yoga practices
  • Pranayama (Advanced Breathing Exercises)
  • Shatkarma (Various types of Yogic Cleansing Exercises)
  • Yogic fasting and cleansing technique
  • Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep)
  • Yoga Gestures (Mudras)
  • Energy Lock (Bandhas)
  • Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshana)
  • Teaching Practice (Adhyapanam)
  • Bhakti Yoga
  • Kundalini Yoga Sessions
  • Ayurveda
  • Yoga Therapy

Hatha Yoga

How to Practice Asanas in the Way of Meditative.

Ashtanga Yoga

Be in Flow Your Daily Practice With Ashtanga Vinyasa


Heal Your Mind through Meditation


Learn Different Types of Breathing Technique

Yoga Philosophy

Learn About Yoga and its Branches

Yoga Anatomy

Learn About your Body and its parts

Kundalini Yoga

know About Kundalini Chakras & its Kriyas

Mantra Chanting

Be in Peace of Mind with Mantra chanting


Learn how you can be in Fully present in the current moment.


Learn about How to decrease Stress from your body and mind.

Upcoming Dates for 500 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh

Here at Mira Yogashala we believe in quality and our Aim is to offer quality of education , accommodation, meals and provide an excellent experience and happy atmosphere to our students. That's why we Keep our Yoga TTC Batches Small So every Single Student can get our Teachers Guidance during their Yoga TTC. So we do not take more than 12 Students in a Batch and due to small Batches our spots fill up very quickly.

Daily Schedule Of 500 Hour Yoga TTC In Rishikesh

500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh Course Schedule

Every Yoga class is Essential & Important for you to learn and dive deep into yoga. Our Daily 500 Hour Yoga teacher training schedule is Gonna help you to learn and gain the deeper knowledge of Yoga. The daily schedule has been set for students and you have to follow it Accordingly. Attending all classes is mandatory.

6:30 Am - 8:00 Am Ashtanga Vinyasa

8:00 Am - 9:00 Am Pranayama

9:00 AM - 10:00 Am Breakfast

10:00 Am - 11:00 Am Kundalini Yoga

11:00 Am - 12:00 Pm Meditation and Mantra Chanting

12 :30 Pm - 1:30 Pm Lunch

2:00 Pm - 3:00 Pm Yoga Philosophy, Ayurveda & Yoga Therapy

3:30 Pm -5:00 Pm Traditional Hatha Yoga

5:15 Pm - 6 :15 Pm Yoga Anatomy

7:00 Pm - 8:00 Pm Dinner

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Our yoga school is situated in the most beautiful and colorful root valleys of Himalayan mountain ranges. It is the most eco-friendly and atmospheric place to learn the art of yogic science. The school offers Best accommodation to the students. We provide neat and clean rooms with attached bathrooms to our students. Each room is airy, well ventilated and packed with all the necessary facilities. The school also makes sure that none of the students face any problem and each student has a comfortable stay.

Yogic Food

We realize the importance of healthy food and nutrition for yoga practitioners in our Yoga School in Rishikesh. Special attention is given to the yogic nutrients being completely fresh, healthy, and vegetarian. Therefore, you don’t need to worry about healthy food because it is of the best quality, delicious, healthy and vegetarian food to be provided all the time. The menu of food and the eating schedule is set in a better way so that the food which is provided to the students to eat that benefits their body. The trainees of the Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh will be provided with 3 meals at standard intervals of time with herbal tea in the beginning of the day and at night are given to all our student. The food is completely vegetarian and freshly prepared.

500 Hour Yoga TTC Curriculum

Traditional Hatha Yoga, rooted in centuries-old yogic wisdom, is a holistic practice that unites the physical, mental, and spiritual dimensions. Focused on achieving balance and alignment, Hatha Yoga incorporates physical postures (asanas), breath control (pranayama), and meditation. Hatha Yoga has two parts: 'Ha' means 'Sun,' and 'Tha' means 'Moon.' This yoga brings together these opposite forces. It assists you in building internal and external body strength. Doing this yoga gets your body ready for more advanced practices. It also enables you to focus your energy on bigger goals, like connecting with the universe over time. It is not just a physical exercise; it's a journey of self-discovery and inner exploration. The practice encourages individuals to listen to their bodies, cultivating self-awareness and fostering a deep mind-body connection. Through the regular practice of Hatha Yoga, practitioners often experience increased flexibility, improved concentration, and a heightened sense of overall well-being. Rooted in tradition, this timeless discipline remains a path for modern seekers to find balance, peace, and a profound connection to the essence of life. Whether you are a novice or an experienced yogi, Traditional Hatha Yoga welcomes all on a transformative voyage toward holistic health and spiritual awakening.

In Hatha Yoga, practitioners engage in a series of asanas to strengthen the body, enhance flexibility, and align energy channels. Breath control techniques, or pranayama, are integrated to cultivate vital life energy, promoting a sense of calm and balance. Meditation plays a key role, fostering mindfulness and connecting individuals with their inner selves. Traditional Hatha Yoga offers a profound journey toward physical well-being, mental clarity, and spiritual harmony.

  • Name of the Asana in English & Sanskrit
  • Introduction & History of Asana
  • Benefits
  • How to do this Asana dynamic way step by step?
  • Anatomical aspects of the Asana
  • Therapeutically approaching
  • Corrections
  • Modifications
  • Contraindications
  • Reference books
  • Conclusion

How to do Asanas meditatively by following 6 steps?
  • Centring
  • Entering
  • Refining
  • Holding
  • Come out
  • Reflection

  • Tadasana – Palm Tree Pose
  • Urdvahastasana – Raised Hand Pose (put it in the book writing)
  • Tiryaki Tadasana - Swaying Palm Tree Pose
  • Uttkatasana – Chair Pose
  • Kati Chakrasana - Waist Rotating Pose
  • Tiryak Kati Chakrasana - Swaying Waist Rotating Pose
  • Meru Pristhasana - Spine and Back Pose
  • Uttanasana – Standing Forward Bend Pose
  • Malaasana – Squat or Garland Pose
  • Parivrita Uthita Hasta Pada Angustasana – Revolved.
  • Uthita Hasta Pada Angustasana – Extend Hand to Big Toe Pose
  • Parivita Prasarita Padotanasana – Revolved Wide Legs F. Bend Pose
  • Prasarita Padotanasana – abcd – Wide Legs Forward Bend Pose
  • Pada Hastasana – Hand Under Foot Pose
  • Pada Angustasana – Big Toe Pose
  • Natarajasana – King Dancer Pose
  • Garudassana – Egal Pose
  • Vrikshyasana – Tree Pose
  • Parivrita Konasana – Revolving Angle Pose
  • Konasana – Angle Pose
  • Parsvakonasana/ Utthita Parsvakonasna
  • Parivrita Trikonasana – Revolving Trangle Pose
  • Trikonasana – Tringle Pose/ Utthita Trikonasana
  • Dwikanasana - Double Angle Pose
  • Samakonasana – Straight Angle Pose
  • Druta Utkatasana - Dynamic Energy Poses
  • Ardhabadha Padmatanasana – Half Bound Lotus Intense Stretch Pose
  • Parsvatanasana – Intense Side Stretch Pose
  • Virbhadrasana A – Warrior Pose
  • Virbhadrasana B – Warrior Pose
  • Virbhadrasana C – Warrior Pose
  • Viparita Virbhadrasana(after Virbhadrasana A) – Reverse Warrior Pose
  • Anjaneyasana(after Virbhadrasana B) – Low Lunge Pose
  • Parivrita Anjaneyasana(after Virbhadrasana B) – Low Lunge Pose
  • Parivrita Badha Anjaneyasana(after Virbhadrasn B) – Low Lunge Pose
  • Uthita Parivrita Anjaneyasana(after Virbhadrasn B) – Low Lunge Pose
  • Ardha Chandrasana (after Virbhadrasana C) – Half Moon Pose
  • Dekasana – Airplane Pose (after Virbhadrasana C)

  • Sukhasana – Easy Pose
  • Swastikasana – Auspicious Pose
  • Padmasana – Lotus Pose
  • Sidhasana – Master/Accomplish Pose
  • Vajrasana – Thunderbolt pose
  • Supta Vajrasana – Reclining Thunderbolt pose
  • Maitriasana – Friendship Pose
  • Ardha Padmasana – Half Lotus Pose
  • Badha Padmasana – Binding Lotus Pose
  • Virasana – Hero Pose
  • Supta Virasana – Reclining Hero Pose
  • Eka Pada Supta Virasana – One Leg Reclining Hero Pose
  • Byaghrasana – Tiger Pose
  • Simhasana – Lion Pose
  • Badhakonasana/Bhadrasana – Bound Angle Pose/Butterfly Pose
  • Ardhabadha Konasana
  • Yogasana
  • Gorakhyasana
  • Guptasana
  • Sankatasna
  • Supta Badhakonasana/Bhadrasana – Reclining Bound Angle Pose/Butterfly Pose
  • Dandasana – Stick/Staff Pose
  • Uthitta Padmasana – Raised Lotus Pose
  • Dolasana/Lolasana/Tulasana – Scale Pose
  • Malasana – Garland Pose
  • Ardha Mastyendrasana – Half Fish Pose
  • Gomukhasana – Cow Face Pose
  • Vatayanasana – Hourse Face Pose
  • Privrita Surya Yantrasana – Compass Pose
  • Poschimotanasana – Intense Back Stretching Pose
  • Vrisaasana – Bull Pose
  • Mandukasana – Frog Pose
  • Kurmasana – Tortoise Pose
  • Supta Kurmasana – Reclining Tortoise Pose
  • Matsyasana – Fish Pose
  • Parvatasana – Mountain Pose, It has many variation
  • Akarna Dhanurasana – Archer’s Pose/ Bow & Arrow Pose
  • Paryankaasana – Couch Pose - link Virasana
  • Trianga Mukhaika Pado Pascimottanasana – Three Limbs Forward Bend Pose
  • Ardha Badha Padma Pascimotanasana – Half Bind Lotus West Stretch
  • Janu Sirasana ABC – Head to Knee Pose
  • Parighasana – Gate Pose
  • Marichaasana ABCD - Sage Twist Pose
  • Navasana – Boat Pose
  • Bhujapidasana – Shoulder Press Pose
  • Garbhapindasana/Garbhasana – Embryo in Womb Pose
  • Upavista Konasana – Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend Pose
  • Parivrita Upavista Konasana – Revolving Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend Pose
  • Urdva Upavista Konasana – Upward Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend Pose
  • Supta Konasana – Reclining Angle Pose
  • Supta Padongustasana ABC – Reclining Hand to Big Toe Pose
  • Ubhaya Padongustasana – Both Big Toe Pose
  • Hanumanasana & variation–Monkey Pose- side, front, backbend

  • Marjariasana – Cat Pose
  • Byaghrasana – Tiger Pose
  • Urdwamukha Swanasana – Upward Facing Dog Pose
  • Bhujangasana – Cobra Pose
  • Sarpasana – Snake Pose
  • Ardha Shalabhasana - Half Locust Pose
  • Salbhasana – Locust Pose
  • Naukasana – Boat Pose
  • Ardha Dhanurasana – Half Bow Pose
  • Dhanurasana – Bow Pose
  • Ustrasana – Camel Pose
  • Eka Pada Kapotasna – One Leg Pigeon Pose
  • Kapotasna – Pigeon Pose
  • Matsyasana- Fish Pose
  • Chandrasana – Moon Pose
  • Chakrasana – Wheel Pose
  • Urdva Dhanurasana – Upward Bow Pose
  • Purvattanasana – Upward Plank Pose
  • Setubandhasana – Bridge Pose
  • Uttanapadasana – Raised Legs Pose
  • Utthan Pristhasana (Lizard Pose)
  • Ashva Sachalanasana – Equestrian Pose

  • Balasana – Child Pose
  • Kapotasana with FB
  • Hanumanasana with FB
  • Parsvatanasana
  • Astanga Namaskar – Eight Limbs Salute Pose
  • Adhomukha Svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose
  • Padangustasana – Big Toe Pose
  • Padahastasnana - Hand Under Foot Pose
  • Prasarita Padatanasana ABCD - Wide Legs Forward Bend Pose
  • Uthitahasta Padangustasana - Extend Hand to Big Toe Pose
  • Ardha Badha Padma Tanasana – Half Bind Lotus Intense Stretch Pose
  • Badhakonasna FB – Bound Angle Pose
  • Pashcimottanasana – Intense West Stretch Pose
  • Trianga Mukhaika Pada Pascimottanasana - Three Limbs Forward Bend Pose
  • Ardha Badha Padma Pascimotanasana - Half Bind Lotus Intense West Stretch Pose
  • Janu Sirasana ABC – Head to Knee Pose
  • Parivrita Janusirasana
  • Navasana – Boat Pose
  • Garbhapindasana - Embryo in Womb Pose
  • Urdvamukha Pashcimotanasana – Upward-Facing Intense West Stretch Pose
  • Halasana – Plough Pose
  • Karnapidasana – Knee to Ear Pose/ Ear Pressure Pose
  • Bhunamana Asana
  • Kurmasana

  • Uttkata Konasana – Goddess Pose- Twist variations see
  • Revolving - Uttanasana-Variation
  • Parivita Prasarita Padotanasana – Revolved Wide Legs F. Bend Pose
  • Parivrita Konasana – Revolving Angle Pose
  • Parivita Trikonasana - Revolving Trangle Pose
  • Move your body side to side(Dynamic)
  • Marichasana ABCD – Sage Twist Pose
  • Vakrasana – Half Spinal Twisting
  • Twist in Kneeling Pose
  • Twist in Bidalasana(Cat Pose)
  • Twist in Dandasana
  • Ardha Mastyendrasana – Half Fish Pose
  • Triyaka Bhujangasana (Twisting Cobra Pose)
  • Supta Matsyendrasana - Twist in Laying Back- Variations
  • Markatasana – Monkey Spinal Twisting
  • Meru Wakrasana - Spinal Twist, with leg extend
  • Bhunamanasana - Spinal Twist Prostration Pose
  • Parivritti Janu Sirshasana – Revolved Head to Knee Pose

  • Agnisaara- Agni = Fire, Saara=Flush out(Flush out Toxins)
  • Uthita Hasta Padongustasana D - Extend Hand to Big Toe Pose
  • Plank Pose – Phalakasana – Variations
  • Leg lifting – Laying on back - Variations
  • Navasana – Boat Pose
  • Urdva Prasarita Eka Padasana
  • Urdvaprasarita Padasana

  • Setubandhasana – Bridge Pose
  • Viparitikarani – Inverted Pose
  • Sarvangasana – Shoulder Stand
  • Padma Sarvangsana - Shoulder Stand Lotus Pose
  • Poorva Halasana - Preliminary Plough Pose
  • Druta Halasana - Dynamic Plough Pose
  • Ardha Padma Halasana - Half Lotus Plough Pose
  • Halasana – Plough Pose
  • Karnapidasana - Knee to Ear Pose/ Ear Pressure Pose
  • Moordhasana - Crown Based Pose
  • Shirsasana & Variations – Head Stand
  • Vrischikasana & Variations – Scorpion Pose
  • Adho Mukha Vrikshasna – Hand Stand Pose & its variations

  • Santolanasana – Balancing Pose
  • Vrikshyasana - Tree Pose & variations
  • Natarajasana – King Dancer Pose
  • Eka Pada Urdwa Hastasana – One Leg Upright Hand Pose
  • Ardha Chandrasana – Half Moon Pose
  • Utthita Padmasana - Raised Lotus Pose
  • Dolasana – Scale Pose
  • Bakasana – Crow Pose
  • Mayurasana – Peacock Pose
  • Padma Mayurasana – Lotus Peacock Pose
  • Pincha Mayurasana – Feathered Peacock Pose (Pincha=Feather)
  • Vasistasana – Side Plank Pose
  • Visvamitrasana – Sage Visvamitra Pose

  • Shavasana - Corpse Pose
  • Advasana - Reversed Corpse Pose
  • Jyestikasana - Superior Pose
  • Makrasana - Crocodile Pose
  • Matsya Kridasana - Flapping Fish Pose
  • Sukhasana - Easy Pose
  • Ardha Padamasana - Half Lotus Pose
  • Padmasana - Lotus Pose
  • Sidhasana - Accomplished Pose for men
  • Swastikasana - Auspicious Pose

Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic and physically demanding style of yoga that synchronizes breath with movement in a continuous and flowing sequence. Rooted in ancient yogic traditions, Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is characterized by a set series of poses linked together through a specific breath pattern, creating a dynamic and meditative practice. The practice consists of a series of postures that progressively build in intensity, fostering strength, flexibility, and endurance. The synchronized breathing, known as ujjayi pranayama, adds a rhythmic quality to the practice, enhancing focus and concentration. Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is often practiced in a Mysore style, where students move through the series at their own pace, guided by the breath and their individual abilities. The flowing nature of the practice creates a moving meditation, promoting a sense of presence and mindfulness throughout the entire session.

The practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is not only a physical endeavor but also a spiritual and mental discipline. It challenges practitioners to explore the limits of their bodies and minds, fostering a deep connection between breath, movement, and inner awareness. As a comprehensive and transformative yoga style, Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow invites individuals to embark on a journey of self-discovery, self-discipline, and holistic well-being.

Surya Namaskara A
  • Samasthiti
  • Urdvahastasna
  • Uttanasana A
  • Uttanasana B
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukha Svanasana
  • Uttanasana B
  • Uttanasana A
  • rdvahastasana
  • Samasthiti

Suryanamaskara B
  • Samasthiti
  • Utkatasana
  • Uttanasana A
  • Uttanasana B
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukha Svanasana
  • Bibhadrasana A
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukhasvanasana
  • Birbhadrasana A
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukha Svanasana
  • Uttanasana B
  • Uttanasana A
  • Utkatasana
  • Samathiti

Advance Astanga Vinyas Poses
  • Urdva Dhanurasana B
  • Urdva Dhanurasana A
  • Eka- Pada Raj Kapotasana
  • Raj Kapotasana
  • Natarajasana B
  • Natarajasana A
  • Uthita Trivikrimasana
  • Digasana B
  • Digasana A
  • Supta Trivikramasana
  • Hanumanasana
  • Ganda Bherundasana
  • Viparita Shalbhasana
  • Vasishthasana
  • Vishvamitrasana
  • Kasyapasana
  • Chakorasana
  • Bhairavasana
  • Skandasana
  • Durvasana
  • Urdhva Kukutasana A
  • Urdhva Kukutasana B
  • Galavasana
  • Eka-pado-Bakasana A
  • Eka-pado-Bakasana B
  • Kaundinyasana A
  • Kaundinyasana B
  • Ashtavakrasana A
  • Ashtavakrasana B
  • Purna Matsyendrasana
  • Viranchyasana A
  • Viranchyasana B
  • Dvi- Pada Viparita Dandasana
  • Eka- Pada Viparita Dandasana
  • Paschimottanasana

Alignment and adjustment are key concepts in yoga that lead practitioners towards a peaceful and transforming experience. These components ensure that every asana (position) is appropriate from a physical standpoint and meets the practitioner's needs, improving mental, emotional, and physical health. In yoga, alignment is the exact body placement in each asana (posture). Maintaining proper alignment lowers your chance of injury and guarantees that you reap the full benefits of the posture. Alignment and adjustment encompass not only the physical parts of yoga but also its mental and emotional components. Students develop awareness as they synchronise their bodies and minds with the here and now. Modifications can build trust and relaxation by offering a feeling of support and connection. In yoga, alignment and adjustment enable practitioners to safely push their limits, advance their practice, and avoid injury. They hold the secret to releasing yoga's transforming power and enabling practitioners to gain a deep sense of strength, balance, and inner serenity. Becoming proficient in alignment and adjustment methods is crucial for aspiring yoga teachers and students. We assist our students in realising their greatest potential and strengthening their bond with yoga through this art.

Our teachers are qualified to make changes while respecting each person's particular demands and comfort zone. Our method of alignment and modification is based on mindfulness and safety. Practicing yoga should be an intentional, conscious journey in which every pose is executed with awareness and intention. Our students experience yoga as a transforming and healing practice, develop a body-mind connection, and learn to listen to their bodies via skilful alignment and modifications.

  • Workshop on forward bending
  • Workshop on hip opening
  • Workshop on back bending
  • Workshop on twisting postures
  • Workshop on shoulder opening
  • Workshop on inversions

Kundalini Yoga, often referred to as the 'yoga of awareness', is a transformative and spiritual practice that aims to awaken the dormant energy within the spine known as Kundalini. Rooted in ancient yogic traditions, Kundalini Yoga combines dynamic postures, breathwork (pranayama), chanting (mantra), and meditation to activate and elevate this powerful energy. The practice is designed to balance the chakras, or energy centers, and promote a heightened state of consciousness. Kundalini Yoga sessions typically involve various exercises, from vigorous movements to deep relaxation, all guided by the principle of expanding awareness. The unique combination of physical and meditative elements in Kundalini Yoga offers practitioners a holistic experience, fostering spiritual growth, mental clarity, and a sense of inner connection. This dynamic and transformative practice is well-suited for those seeking a comprehensive approach to yoga that goes beyond the physical postures, delving into the realms of energy, consciousness, and self-realization.

In Kundalini Yoga, the emphasis is on unlocking the latent potential residing at the base of the spine and allowing it to ascend through the energy centers, or chakras, along the spine. The practice is often characterized by its emphasis on the importance of the breath, sound, and specific movements to facilitate this upward flow of energy. Kundalini Yoga is not only a physical practice but a spiritual journey that aims to dissolve mental and energetic blockages, fostering a sense of inner awakening and expanded consciousness. Whether you are a seasoned yogi or a newcomer to the practice, Kundalini Yoga provides a unique and profound exploration into the realms of spiritual evolution and self-discovery.

  • By the regular practice of Kundalini, it helps in achieving a healthy and flexible body
  • Pranayama and Kriyas eliminate diseases from your mind and body
  • Kundalini practice enhances your immunity by becoming free from several diseases
  • High self-awareness and more receptiveness
  • Purification of body decreasing toxins
  • Awareness of breath that enhances well being
  • Good life discipline
  • Real spiritual awakening
  • Good control over energy that assists in all kind of healing.

Yoga is a profound path of self-discovery and development, not just a physical exercise. We study the body's inner workings in our yoga anatomy classes, focusing on the muscles, bones, joints, and connective tissues. Students learn about alignment, preventing injuries, and refining their practice by comprehending the interactions between these components during asanas (postures). At Mira Yogashala, the secret to realising the full potential of your practice is to grasp the subtleties of yoga anatomy. Our dedication to yoga anatomy stems from our conviction that understanding the body's mechanics improves the efficacy and safety of your yoga practice. Our importance on individuality is one of our approach's guiding concepts.

Since everybody is different, what suits one individual cannot suit another. Our yoga anatomy lessons enable students to respect the knowledge of their bodies, enabling them to modify poses to fit individual requirements and skill levels. We also close the knowledge gap between practice and theory. Our instructors give a comprehensive grasp of the body-mind link by fusing contemporary scientific knowledge with the wisdom of traditional yoga.

Our yoga anatomy courses also enhance students' overall yoga education by complementing our wider curriculum. We dive into yoga's philosophical and spiritual sides and its physical components, resulting in a comprehensive and engaging learning environment. So, we warmly encourage you to embark with us on this life-changing journey, where yoga anatomy serves as a conduit between the material and the spiritual realms, strengthening your bond with yoga and yourself.

  • Introduction and significance of Anatomy and physiology in Yogic practices
  • Introduction of Organ Systems
  • Integumentary System
  • Introduction of Skeletal System
  • Joints and Skull
  • Introduction of spine
  • Spine disorders
  • Spinal movements and their limitation
  • Introduction of Pelvis and disorders
  • Pelvis movements and their limitation
  • Introduction of upper limb
  • Discussion on disorders and limitations in the movements in Shoulder girdle and elbow joints.
  • Discussion on disorders and limitations of Wrist and Knee joints and their movements.
  • Discussion on rib cage and respiratory system, implications of pranayama practices and there effects on respiratory system
  • Introduction of kinesiological posture analysis
  • Introduction of Muscular system
  • Discussion on Fascia and Muscle contractions
  • Discussion on Upper limb muscles
  • Discussion on Muscles present in torso
  • Discussion on Muscles present in lower limb
  • Discussion on Nervous system and Circulatory system

Pranayama Yoga, an integral component of traditional yoga practices, focuses on breath control to enhance the flow of life force energy (prana) within the body. Rooted in ancient yogic philosophy, Pranayama involves conscious breath regulation through various techniques. These may include deep breathing, alternate nostril breathing (Nadi Shodhana), and breath retention. The practice of Pranayama serves multiple purposes, including calming the mind, improving respiratory function, and balancing the subtle energy channels in the body. By cultivating awareness of the breath, practitioners gain a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection. Regular practice of Pranayama is believed to bring about a sense of inner tranquility, increased vitality, and a harmonious balance between the physical and energetic aspects of one's being. As a foundational element of yoga, Pranayama serves as a gateway to profound states of relaxation, mindfulness, and holistic well-being.

Pranayama Yoga invites practitioners to explore the breath as a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms. Through intentional and mindful breathing, individuals can experience a profound sense of inner peace and heightened awareness. The various techniques in Pranayama not only enhance lung capacity but also stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting relaxation and stress reduction. As an accessible yet powerful practice, Pranayama can be integrated into daily life, offering a tool for managing stress, improving mental clarity, and fostering a greater connection to the present moment. Whether practiced independently or as part of a broader yoga routine, Pranayama serves as a gateway to self-discovery, facilitating a deeper understanding of the breath's transformative potential and its impact on overall well-being.

Introduction of Pranayama
  • Conclusion
  • Breathing experiment
  • Definition
  • Meaning of Pranayama

Advance Kapalbhati Pranayama(Frontal brain cleaning breath)
  • How to do Kpalabhati Pranayama?
  • Preparation of Kpalabhati for students - Technique One
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate - Demonstration of Kpalabhati Pranayama
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Sheetali Pranayama (Cooling breath)
  • How to do advance Sheetali Pranayama?
  • Technique One
  • Preparation of Sheetali for students
  • Demonstration of Sheetali Pranayama
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction – Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Sheetkari Pranayama (Hishing Breath)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions - - Demonstration of Sheetkari Pranayama
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Technique One
  • How to do advance Sheetkari Pranayama?

Advance Bhastrika Pranayama (Bellows Breath)
  • How to do Advance Bhastrika Pranayama?
  • Technique One
  • Preparation of Bhastrika for students
  • Demonstration of Bhastrika Pranayama
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Bhramri Pranayama(Humming Bee Breath)
  • How to do advance Bhramri Pranayama?
  • Technique One
  • Preparation of Bhramri for students
  • Demonstration of Bhramri Pranayama
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Ujjayi (Psychic Breath)
  • How to do advance Ujjayi Pranayama
  • Technique One
  • Preparation of Ujjayi for students
  • Demonstration of Ujjayi Pranayama
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Nadishodhana Pranayama 2 & 3 (Psychic Network / Chanel Purification)
  • How to do advance Nadishodhana Pranayama
  • Technique One
  • Preparation of Nadishodhana for students
  • Demonstration of Nadishodhana Pranayama
  • Duration of practice
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate

Advance Kapalbhati Pranayama 2(Frontal brain cleaning breath)
  • How to do advance Kpalabhati Pranayama?
  • Technique Two
  • Preparation of Kpalabhati for students
  • Demonstration of Kpalabhati Pranayama Two
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Sheetali Pranayama 2(Cooling breath)
  • How to do advance Sheetali Pranayama?
  • Technique Two
  • Preparation of Sheetali for students
  • Demonstration of Sheetali Pranayama Two
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Sheetkari Pranayam 2 (Hishing Breath)
  • How to do advance Sheetkari Pranayama?
  • Technique Two
  • Preparation of Sheetkari for students
  • Demonstration of Sheetkari Pranayama Two
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Bhastrika Pranayam (Bellows Breath) 2 & 3
  • How to do advance Bhastrika Pranayama?
  • Technique Two & Three
  • Preparation of advance Bhastrika for students
  • Demonstration of Bhastrika Pranayama Two & Three
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Bhramri Pranayama 2 & 3 (Humming Bee Breath)
  • How to do advance Bhramri Pranayama?
  • Technique Two & Three
  • Preparation of Bhramri for students
  • Demonstration of Bhramri Pranayama Two & Three
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Ujjayi (Psychic Breath) 2 & 3
  • How to do advance Ujjayi Pranayama?
  • Technique Two & Three
  • Preparation of Ujjayi for students
  • Demonstration of Ujjayi Pranayama Two & Three
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions

Advance Nadishodhana Pranayama 2 & 3 ( Psychic Network / Chanel Purification)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions
  • Duration of practice longer than intermediate
  • Demonstration of Nadishodhana Pranayama Two & Three
  • Preparation of Nadishodhana for students
  • Technique Two & Three
  • How to do advance Nadishodhana Pranayama?

The term 'Satkarma', which comes from the Sanskrit terms 'sat' (truth) and 'karma' (action), refers to a series of purifying exercises that are part of the yoga tradition. These customs foster harmony and balance by cleansing the body and mind. Techniques like Neti (cleaning of the nose), Dhauti (cleaning of the digestive tract), and Kapalabhati (purification of the breath) are examples of satkarma. The goal of practitioners is to improve their entire state of well-being and spiritual path by purging mental and physical impurities. In addition to purifying the physical body, satkarma also makes way for more in-depth meditation and self-realization, leading people to inner truth and enlightenment. The six purifying methods that make up satkarma each have a distinct function in fostering mental and physical balance. Satkarma purges not only the body but also negativity and clutter from the mind. These techniques clear the body of physical impurities and impediments, fostering a peaceful atmosphere conducive to meditation and self-realization. They promote the unrestricted passage of prana, or life force, which boosts energy and promotes spiritual development. Satkarma is a life-changing path towards holistic well-being and self-discovery. It gives people the ability to transcend their limitations, both mental and physical, and to delve further into yoga and spirituality.

The path of purification, or satkarma, is a sacred practice that opens the door to self-realization and holistic development. So, come along on this life-changing trip with us to awaken your spirit, regulate your mind, and cleanse your body. Discover the significant advantages of satkarma and realize your full potential for a balanced, energetic, and spiritually awakened existence.

Introduction to Six types of Satkarma
  • Meaning of Satkarma
  • Contradictions s
  • Benefits

Introduction to the practical Jala Neti
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Jala Neti
  • Demonstration of Jala Neti by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

Introduction to the practical Sutraneti
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Sutraneti
  • Demonstration of Sutraneti by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

Introduction about the practical Kunjala Kriya(A technique for cleaning the digestive system from upper stomach to mouth)
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Kunjala Kriya
  • Demonstration of Kunjala Kriya by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

Introduction about the practical Vat Karma
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Vat Karma
  • Demonstration of Vata Karma by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

Introduction about the practical Nauli Kriya
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Nauli Kriya
  • Demonstration of Nauli Kriya by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

Introduction about the practical Agneesara
  • Technique Practice with students
  • Demonstration of Agneesara by Teacher
  • Preparation of Agneesara
  • Benefits
  • Contradictions

With presence of teacher
  • With presence of teacher, students will prepare the class to practice Jala Neti, Sutra Neti, Kunjala kriya, Vat Karma, Nauli kriya and Agneesara them self. Techer will observe the class.

Bandhas, which stand for the subtle art of controlling the body's energy, are essential to practicing yoga. To reroute and control the flow of prana (life force), these energy locks require the contraction of particular muscles. Mula Bandha (root lock), Uddiyana Bandha (abdominal lock), and Jalandhara Bandha (throat lock) are the three main bandhas. When pulled taut, these bandhas aid in the upward channelling of energy up the spine, fostering both spiritual and physical enlightenment. They enhance inner strength, focus, and the body-mind connection, deepening the practice. A profound feature of yoga is bandhas, which enable a more in-depth investigation of the self and the cosmos. Internal energy seals are known as bandhas, which derive from the Sanskrit term 'bandh', which means 'to lock' or 'to bind,' control the passage of prana, the essential life force that permeates our entire body. A necessary part of yoga, these sacred locks lead us to inner awareness, bodily stability, and spiritual enlightenment. It awakens latent energy and grounds the body, improving posture and grounding simultaneously. Asana (postures) and pranayama (breath control) are frequently used in yoga along with bandhas, which are transformational tools. The pelvic floor's Mula Bandha promotes both core stability and the reawakening of the dormant Kundalini energy.

Uddiyana Bandha helps to stimulate inner fire and cleanse the digestive system, while Jalandhara Bandha controls the energy flow to the throat, supporting thyroid function and sharpening concentration during meditation. These subtle practices are crucial components of the yogic path towards self-realization because they can result in significant spiritual growth and an increased sense of energy, but they also require instruction and perseverance.

Jalandhara Bandha Advance
  • Technique Practice with students
  • Demonstration
  • Preparation
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits

Udiyana Bandha Advance
  • Technique Practice with students
  • Demonstration
  • Preparation
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits

Mula Bandha Advance
  • Technique Practice with students
  • Demonstration
  • Preparation
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits

Maha Bandha Advance
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Preparation
  • Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Intricate hand and finger movements known as mudras, which translate to 'gesture' or 'seal' in Sanskrit have great spiritual and cultural importance. In yoga, meditation, and rituals, these symbolic motions are used to direct energy and elicit particular mental states. Every mudra has its own set of advantages. For example, the Anjali Mudra (palms squeezed together) denotes respect and oneness, while the Chin Mudra (thumb and index finger touch) signifies consciousness and intelligence. Mudras improve mental attention and facilitate the passage of prana, or life force, by acting as bridges between the material and spiritual worlds. People can delve further into their inner investigation and spiritual practice by using these exquisite motions. These graceful movements, which combine elements of science and art, enable us to access the energy currents that run through our bodies. Every mudra is a discrete language in and of itself, expressing intents, feelings, and energy. When used in asanas, pranayama, or meditation, mudras are adaptable instruments that improve the yogic experience. The latent forces within us are roused by these spiritual manifestations, leading us to a higher level of awareness. Mudras have several advantages that go well beyond the material world. They balance emotions, reduce tension, and enhance concentration.

Mudras provide us with the ability to access the transforming energies that are inside our own hands. These modest yet practical actions will lead you to a closer relationship with the cosmos and with yourself. Accept the dialogue in silence when using mudras, and allow them to be your key to fully realising yoga's great potential.

Jnana Mudra (Psychic Gesture of Knowledge )
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Chin Mudra (Psychic Gesture of Consciousness)
  • Introduction - Benefits - Duration
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Bhairava Mudra – Shiva Mudra
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Hridaya Mudra – Heart gesture
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Yoni Mudra – Womb gesture
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Shambhavi Mudra – Eyebrow center gazing gesture
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Kaaki Mudra – Crow’S Beak gesture
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Ashwini Mudra – Horse gesture
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Meditating is a potent exercise that calms the mind and spirit and transcends the stress of our contemporary lives. It's an interior excursion, a mental retreat where tranquilly, clarity, and deep calm can be found. Meditating reduces tension and anxiety by sharpening our awareness through focused breathing and mindfulness. It develops a closer relationship between the individual and the cosmos, promoting emotional equilibrium and personal development. There are many other kinds of this old art, such as transcendental techniques and guided meditations. Whatever one's path, meditation offers a haven from the outside world and opens the door to deep inner peace and enlightenment. Regardless of your experience level, our knowledgeable instructors will lead you towards self-realization and silence. Our knowledge of the mind-body link forms the foundation of our meditation practices. These techniques improve mental clarity and emotional resilience in addition to lowering stress. To assist them in establishing a connection with the cosmos and their inner selves, we urge our students to investigate the spiritual aspects of meditation. Beyond the meditation cushion, there are numerous advantages to meditation. Our pupils report feeling more focused, less anxious, more creative, and more content overall. Meditation is more than just a practice; it's a gateway to a calmer, more purposeful life.

So, come along on this life-changing trip where the age-old practice of meditation meets cutting-edge living to see the significant effects it may have on your mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Accept the calmness inside you, and use meditation as a roadmap to a more harmonic and balanced life.

  • Introduction of Meditation/ Meaning and things
  • Mantra Chanting with meaning and Benefits/Practice
  • Ajpa Meditation with meaning and Benefits/Practice
  • Sixty One Energy Points discussion
  • OM Meditation with meaning and Benefits/ Practice
  • Practice of Osho Dynamic Meditation
  • Music Meditation Practice
  • Dancing Meditation Practice
  • Walking Meditation Practice
  • Introduction of Tratak meditation/Stages /Benefits
  • Practice of Dot Meditation
  • Practice of Yantra Meditation
  • Practice of Candle Meditation

The practice of yoga's relaxation technique emerges as a haven for the body, mind, and soul in the chaos of our hectic existence. Beyond the physical poses and flowing movements, yoga emphasises the significance of experiencing deep moments of serenity and renewal. This fundamental facet of yoga provides a way to achieve emotional balance, inner peace, and overall health. The fundamental pose for relaxation in yoga is called Savasana, or 'Corpse Pose'. This pose, which may seem straightforward, opens the door to deep relaxation. Practitioners of Savasana lie flat on their backs with closed eyes and relaxed limbs. It's an intentional act of giving in to silence. The idea is to let go of mental and physical stress so that the body's natural healing processes can begin. Another foundational element of yoga relaxation is breath awareness. Mindful breathing is encouraged by techniques such as Pranayama, which supports a steady, peaceful rhythm. Inhaling deeply and mindfully helps you feel more invigorated since it lowers stress, anxiety, and increases the amount of oxygen reaching your cells.

Relaxation is a transforming inward journey rather than just a way to escape the chaos. Regularly applying these relaxing methods strengthens general mental and physical well-being, increases resilience, and improves sleep quality. It is impossible to overestimate the benefits of yoga for relaxation in today's environment of constant stress. It provides a haven in the middle of the chaos, a holy place to let go of stress, discover clarity, and foster a closer relationship with oneself. By relaxing, you open up a source of energy and calm that enhances all facets of your life.

Synopsis of Featured Teachings:
  • Point-to-Point Movement and then Stillness
  • Point-to-Point Tension and Relaxation
  • Entire-Body Tension and Relaxation
  • Point-to-Point Relaxation
  • Selective Tension and Relaxation of Body Parts
  • More Detailed Point-to-Point Relaxation with Visualization of Pure White Divine Light at the Cardiac Center
  • Detailed Point-to-Point Relaxation with Spinal Breathing and "So-Ham"

Mantras are an important part of your yoga practice. In 200 hr Yoga TTC, You will be learning about single word mantras, phrases and sentences. Most of the mantras have come up from Sanskrit and your teacher will also teach you the meanings of each one, in English. They are made in such a manner, so that they can communicate with the universe. You can also call them affirmations. They have the power to vibrate with the frequencies of the universe. When you practice mantra chanting regularly, they are ingrained in your consciousness. Mantras have a very important role to play in the realm of Tantra Yoga as well. Mantras mainly act as a tool to stop the mind from getting distracted, while practicing yoga. They can give your mind, proper direction and focus. You will also learn, how to set intentions before starting the yoga class. Mantras can also help you to develop feelings of gratitude. As a part of the course, you will learn how to recite them at a proper time, so that you can connect with the divine.

Benefits of Mantra Chanting
  • Hatha Yoga Manra …Yogena Schitasya Padena Vacham
  • Health mantra… Trayambakm Yajamahe
  • Gayatri mantra…. Om Bhur Bhubah Swaha
  • Ganesh mantra… Om Vakratunda mahaakaaya
  • Morning Mantra …Karagre Vasate Laxmi
  • Guru Mantra … Akhanda Mandalakaram
  • Guru Mantra ….Guru Brahma Guru Visnu
  • Aum mantra….Aum…Aum..Aum
  • Shanti Mantra .. Om Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah
  • Om Saha Na bhavatu, Saha Nau Bhunaktu
  • Om Asato Maa Sad-Gamaya, Tamaso Maa
  • Om Purna madah Purna midam Purnaat-Purna
  • Astanga Vinyas Mantra - Vande Gurunam Charanara Vinde
  • Avahu Purusa Karam, shankh
  • Astanga Vinyas Closing Mantra..Swasti prajaabhyah paripala.
  • Purna Mantra …Om Purna madah Purna midam

Yoga philosophy is the Subject where you learn about the philosophy of life. Just by deep understanding of it meaning can change our life. The Routine practice of yoga in physical forms, like with the assistance of asanas, is essential. You also need the theoretical knowledge about the the meditation, Pranayama, kriyas, bandhas, mudras and much more. That is where Yoga Philosophy comes, a crucial aspect of yoga education. You will learn about the various types of Topics in philosophy. Under the realm of yoga, Samkhya Philosophy acknowledge a lot of importance. Then there are Vedanta, Uttara, and Yoga. Our Philosophy teacher will help you to understand the Meaning of yoga in daily life and its uses. so that you can Share the Same knowledge to your students. When you learn about the various types of texts that back your daily yoga practice, you will become more conscious, and spiritually. You will also learn about the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, and Upanishads as a part of the modules under Philosophy during your 200 hours yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India. You gonna also learn about that the body, mind, and the soul are not the separate entities.

  • What is philosophy ?
  • What is yoga? Introduction of Yoga
  • Types of Yoga (Hatha, Karma, Bhakti , Astanga)
  • Three types of body – Sthula, Sukhma & Karana
  • Three types of gunas – Satva, Rajas & Tamas
  • 7 Chakras – Muladhara, Swadhisthana, Manipur, Anahata, Visudha, Anjya, Sahasrara
  • Yoga Sutra - discipline, types of thoughts ,
  • God
  • What are the obstacles of yoga?
  • What are causes of pain?
  • What is eight limbs of Yoga?
  • Exercises
  • Exam

Yoga is a way of life that promotes physical, mental, and spiritual well-being rather than merely a physical activity. The art and science of effectively and captivatingly transferring knowledge and skills to learners is known as teaching methodology. It includes the different methods, approaches, and strategies teachers use to help students learn. It is recognised that yoga can have significant effects on a person's life, and our distinctive style of instruction is intended to enable our students to become outstanding yoga instructors. Our approach to teaching explores the art of teaching itself, going beyond the poses and mudras. Along with the physical postures known as asanas and hand gestures known as mudras, our curriculum also covers anatomy, philosophy, pranayama, and meditation. As a result of consistent practice, they develop a thorough comprehension of the asanas and mudras, enabling them to instruct confidently and sincerely. Since each student is different, the teaching approach gives graduates the tools to modify their instruction for various learners and contexts. Beyond graduation, this sense of community builds a network of like-minded people committed to spreading the advantages of yoga.

The comprehensive and distinctive teaching methodology is used in yoga training. By emphasising teaching techniques, flexibility, and community building in addition to the physical aspects of yoga, we equip our students to become excellent yoga instructors who can genuinely impact their students' lives. It recognises that every person has a different learning style and adjusts to meet their varied needs. In the end, a skillfully designed teaching approach enables pupils to succeed both in the classroom and beyond.

  • Structuring and sequencing poses
  • Sanskrit names of poses
  • Manual / verbal adjustments
  • Modifications with props
  • Space considerations
  • Time considerations
  • Age considerations

Yoga therapy uses the age-old knowledge of yoga to treat mental, emotional, and physical imbalances. As a highly individualised type of therapeutic intervention, yoga therapy differs from typical yoga classes in that it customises practices to match each individual's unique needs and situations. Fundamentally, yoga therapy acknowledges the connection between the body and the mind. It seeks to treat the underlying causes of discomfort or illness to restore harmony and balance. Yoga therapists collaborate extensively with their patients, thoroughly evaluating their lifestyle, mental and physical well-being, and physical condition to develop personalised therapy regimens. Yoga treatment incorporates a variety of methods, such as deep relaxation, meditation, pranayama (breath control), and asana (physical postures). These procedures are adjusted and changed to meet each person's particular needs. A client suffering from anxiety would benefit from mindfulness meditation and breathing exercises, whereas someone with persistent back pain might benefit from a series of mild stretches and strengthening exercises. Numerous health issues, such as chronic pain, stress, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, and even long-term illnesses like diabetes and hypertension, have been shown to benefit from yoga therapy. It provides an integrative and supplemental approach to traditional medical care, frequently minimising the need for medication or surgery.

Yoga therapy offers a haven for self-discovery, healing, and development in a society where life's pace is frequently too fast. To attain ideal health and well-being, it supports the person's inner resources and respects their intrinsic ability for healing. Yoga therapy is becoming increasingly recognised as an integrated and holistic technique that may help people live a balanced and harmonious existence.

  • Neuro Therapy
  • Meditative Therapy
  • Therapy of kosha’s (cure by shatkarma)
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Oiling Process of Body
  • Diagnosis of dishes and cure
  • Acupuncture / Acupressure point

Ayurveda, also known as the 'Science of Life', is a traditional medical system promoting health and well-being for more than 5,000 years. This all-encompassing healing method has its roots in India and is based on the notion that balance is essential for good health. The fundamental tenet of Ayurveda is that every human is distinct and that each person's constitution, or 'doshas', impacts their health. Vata (air and space), Pitta (fire and water), and Kapha (earth and water) are the three primary doshas. Ayurveda offers tailored advice on diet, lifestyle, and herbal medicines based on an individual's dosha and current level of balance. Fresh, organic foods suited to each person's dosha are emphasised in Ayurvedic cooking, improving digestion and general health. Medicinal plants and herbs are also used in Ayurveda to treat various illnesses. Maintaining mental and emotional stability requires engaging in practices such as yoga, meditation, and mindfulness. Panchakarma is an Ayurvedic treatment that deeply rejuvenates the patient by cleansing the body and mind.

Ayurveda's comprehensive philosophy includes preventive healthcare. Through the detection of imbalances prior to their development into illnesses, Ayurveda enables people to take proactive measures towards long-term health. Ayurveda continues to be an ageless and priceless resource in a society where modern medicine is taken more and more seriously. Its emphasis on natural treatments, balance, and individualised care is still appealing to people who want a comprehensive approach to wellness. Ayurveda provides a road to vigorous health, self-awareness, and a happy life in harmony with the cycles of nature, not merely the absence of sickness.

Body Type as per Ayurveda
  • Vatta – Air
  • Pitha – Fire
  • Kapha – Water
  • Introduction & History of Ayurveda
  • To Know About One Physical Qualities.
  • How Yoga & ayurveda Enter Connected With One Another.
  • Diet Of Ayurveda as for Physical Qualities.
  • Some of Ayurveda Treatment.
  • Panch Karma Five Different Ayurvedic.
  • Sapta Dhatu Seven Metals of Body How to get Balance in it.
  • Elementary Disorder of How to balance through Yoga & Ayurveda.
  • How to cure Prana by Ayurveda & Yoga.
  • Diagnostic Sessions to know about Disorders.
  • Description of Ayurvedic Herbes & Medicines as per Physical Qualities.

Acitivities Included In 500 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh

Fire Ceremony

The Fire Ceremony or 'Havan', heralds the auspicious beginning of a student's life-changing yoga journey. This holy rite, which has its origins in old Indian tradition, represents negativity removal and cleansing. On the first day of their yoga inaugural ceremony, students gather around a gorgeously decorated fire pit under the guidance of Priest as the sun rises. Chanting Vedic mantras to invoke the blessings of the almighty opens the ceremony. As a sign of their submission to the spiritual path, participants offer grains, ghee (clarified butter), and aromatic plants to the sacred fire. Radiating warmth and good vibes, the flames dance in various brilliant hues.

The Fire Ceremony sets the tone for the yoga programme and is more than just a ceremony. It represents cleansing the body, mind, and spirit, enabling trainees to approach their practice with fresh eyes. A feeling of harmony and peace descends upon everyone in attendance amid the gentle chants and crackling fire, establishing a peaceful start to an enlightening experience at Mira Yogashala.

Kirtan Session

Discover the spiritual resonance of during our 'Kirtan Session' at Mira Yogashala, where you can feel your spirit lifted and your connection to the divine strengthened by the uplifting strains of devotional songs and bhajans. This holy ritual is a sincere journey of physical, mental, and spiritual purification. Through the devotional chanting of kirtan, you can achieve a profound level of inner serenity and spiritual connection beyond language and cultural boundaries. Harmonious vibrations purify your thoughts and emotions as you chant and sing along, giving you a sense of harmony and oneness with the divine. Our Kirtan instructors will be guiding you through this lovely practice. The moving words and captivating melodies evoke a sense of joy and reverence while beckoning you to discover a higher plane of inner harmony.

kirtan's potency comes from its capacity to purify the intellect, open the heart, and create a strong spiritual bond with the divine. you will experience divinity and blissful feeling through our Kirtan Sessions. and it allows the uplifting music to take your yoga practice to new levels of spiritual awareness.

Sun Rise View Excursion

Take advantage of our unique 'Sunrise View Excursion' with Mira Yogashala to witness the enchantment of dawn. Located in the middle of peace, our yoga TTC allows you to experience a spiritual awakening while seeing the earth come to life. We take you to specially selected vantage spots as part of our yoga training so you can enjoy the beautiful dawn views. You will be taken to a serene and amazing world as the Himalayas are illuminated by the first light of the day. The soft tones of the rising light create a captivating palette in the sky, enveloping everything in a cozy, golden warmth.

This sunrise adventure awakens your senses and cultivates a profound sense of appreciation and mindfulness. It's a peaceful time that serves as the ideal introduction to your regular yoga practice. For greater experience, we also conduct meditation sessions for our students to experience the sunrise view. Seeing the sunrise with Mira Yogashala is a potent spiritual experience that creates a peaceful atmosphere for your day and your yoga practice. A crucial component of your life-changing yoga training, our Sunrise View Excursion invites you to join us in savoring the beauty of every new day.

Waterfall Hiking

With an exhilarating 'Waterfall Hiking' adventure with Mira Yogashala, uncover the hidden gems of nature. As part of your exotic yoga Course, we take you on a journey to the neighbouring breathtaking waterfalls like Neer Waterfall, Patna Waterfall, or Secret Waterfall and many beautiful waterfalls in the surrounding area. allowing you to connect with the untouched grandeur of the Himalayas. The hike to these waterfalls is an exploration of the senses and a spiritual journey in addition to a physical one. A peaceful environment for introspection is created by the soothing sound of the cascading water, the refreshing mist on your skin, and the serene surroundings.

Trekking to these waterfalls offers a rejuvenating diversion from your yoga routine and a unique chance to connect with the natural world. It serves as a reminder that exploring the outside world can enhance the interior journey. We at Mira Yogashala think that these encounters significantly improve your yoga practice by helping you connect with the natural environment and your inner self on a deeper level.

Beach Yoga Sessions

Experience the perfect balance of energy and calm with our alluring 'Beach Yoga Sessions' with Mira Yogashala. We provide an enchanted environment for yoga practice that invigorates the mind, body, and spirit in the tranquil embrace of the holy River Ganga. Imagine the golden beach beneath your feet, the softly crashing waves as your background, and the orange and pink hues of the rising sun painting the sky. Our beach yoga classes feature a range of techniques, such as Hatha, Ashtanga, and walking Meditation, all of which are intended to tap into the profound energy of this hallowed space. The calming sounds of nature and the river's rhythmic flow transform your yoga practice into a peaceful voyage of inner harmony and self-discovery. Your method gains an additional spiritual dimension from being close to the Ganga, strengthening your relationship with the divine.

It is assumed that doing yoga by the river creates a unique harmony between the natural environment and your inner vitality. It's a life-changing occasion that strengthens your practice and gives you a boost of energy. So, experience yoga on the beach with us, where the holy river and yoga practice will enhance your spiritual development.

Sound Healing Session

We recognise that the calming vibrations of our "Sound Healing Session" can occasionally pave the way towards inner serenity. These classes are carefully integrated into our yoga curriculum to offer a haven for people who are anxious or restless and are looking for peace. An age-old technique called 'sound healing' uses sound waves to balance the body, mind, and spirit. Our adept practitioners produce a symphony of healing sounds with the resonance of Tibetan singing bowls, crystal bowls, and other sacred instruments. Stress melts away as the soothing tones envelop you, and a deep sensation of serenity takes hold.

This all-encompassing experience enhances your yoga practice by enabling you to let go of stress and achieve a profound state of relaxation. It serves as a subtle reminder that healing can take many different forms and that at Mira Yogashala, we are dedicated to promoting your physical and mental well-being. So, experience a sound healing session During your Yoga TTC and let your yoga practice be guided by peaceful music.

Body Movement Session

Discover the transforming potential of your body through our 'Body Movement Session'. which are intended to improve your yoga practice while relieving mental and physical stress. These classes combine mindfulness with exercise in a fluid way, providing a comprehensive approach to well-being. Our Body Movement Session features a range of activities, such as, dance, body movement, capoeira dance, and mindful stretching, all taught by experienced instructors. You're encouraged to release tension and tune with your breathing pattern through these flowing motions. It's an elegant investigation of the body's strength and flexibility possibilities. These sessions are excellent because they help people release stored-up stress, improving mental and emotional equilibrium. We provide a thorough stress-reduction toolset by fusing yoga with physical activity so you may approach each practice with mental clarity and serenity.

At Mira Yogashala, we think that the secret to a successful yoga practice is balancing the body and mind. So, experience the profound advantages of holistic well-being and stress release with us at our Body Movement Session on your journey to self-discovery.

Himalayas Sight Seeing

Take advantage of 'Himalayas Sightseeing' tour with Mira Yogashala to set out on a fantastic exploring journey. Our yoga sessions, tucked away in the spectacular Himalayas' foothills, provide a unique chance to take in the breathtaking views from Kunjapuri temple, Balkumari temple, Surkanda devi temple, Chandrabadni temple. We encourage you to experience the tranquility of these Himalayan jewels as part of your life-changing yoga programme. Kunjapuri offers a tranquil setting for introspection and devotion with its tall peaks and verdant valleys. On the other side, Balkumari provides a peaceful retreat into untainted nature where you may unwind and take in the serene surroundings. Since the Himalayas are considered a sacred area, our sightseeing tour is both a beautiful treat and a spiritual adventure. It instils awe and humility by serving as a reminder of the vastness and magnificence of the natural world.

connecting to the Himalayas and nature enhances your yoga practice. So, come along on this tour of the Himalayas with us, and allow the awe-inspiring magnificence of these mountains to ignite your spiritual awakening.

⁠Mindfulness Session

It's essential to nurture the spirit of joy and friendship in addition to the physical body. For this reason, we've added 'Mindfulness Sessions' to our Yoga Course, which are meant to add some spice and joy to your yoga practice. Our mindfulness sessions combine interactive activities, games, and yoga in a fascinating way. They provide a much-needed diversion from the daily grind and foster camaraderie and fun. These carefree times, whether they are spent in a group meditation in the outdoors or playing a friendly game of yoga charades, revitalize the soul. We recognise that taking a multifaceted approach to well-being entails taking care of the body, mind, and heart. We've carefully chosen our mindfulness sessions to ensure that you never get bored while doing your yoga practice.

Joy and laughter at Mira Yogashala are fundamental components of overall well-being. Experience our mindfulness session, and allow the joy and camaraderie of the practice to boost your yoga journey, creating an incredibly enriching and unforgettable experience.

Ashram and Temple Visiting

Our 'Ashram and Temple Visiting' expedition to embrace spirituality and history. As a fundamental component of our yoga curriculum, we warmly welcome you to visit hallowed ashrams and temples throughout Rishikesh to establish a deeper spiritual connection. These tours present a singular chance to explore the rich historical significance of these hallowed places while also seeking the divine's graces. Entering historic ashrams, where yogis and sages have sought wisdom for years, will envelop you in a tranquil and reflective atmosphere. Conversely, temples are thriving centers of worship and culture. It is a singular sensory experience, enhanced by the elaborate architecture, captivating ceremonies, and tangible feeling of religion.

These excursions offer an opportunity to get deeper into yoga's spiritual core beyond just cultural research. It serves as a reminder that yoga is a complete spiritual journey rather than just a set of poses. explore the sacred energy of Ashrams and temples, and allow them to inspire your yoga practice and spiritual development.

Cave Exploring

Our exciting 'Cave Exploring' excursion offers an exciting voyage of discovery to oneself. We take you on a tour of some of the most fascinating caves in the area as part of our immersive yoga programme, including the well-known Jhil Mil. cave and Vashistha Meditation cave. These gem places offer an exceptional chance to explore nature's lesser-known treasures. With its deep passageways and historic rock formations, Jhil Mil Cave beckons you to discover the earth's mysteries. The mythologically significant Vashistha cave provides a calm haven for reflection and meditation. Exploring caves is a voyage of self-discovery and a way to connect with the ancient knowledge of the earth, not just an adventure. The serene atmosphere created by the chilly, darkly lighted spaces is ideal for introspection and mindfulness.

enhance your yoga practice by drawing you nearer to nature and encouraging a stronger bond with your inner self. So, join our yoga ttc and explore these meditation caves with us and allow your spiritual journey to be inspired by the mysteries of the earth.

Students Birthday Celebration

Every student's birthday is a treasured and respected occasion at Mira Yogashala. Since we consider every day a priceless gift, we take great delight in honoring the birthdays of our students with the highest dignity and respect. Our 'Student Birthday Celebration' is a sincere illustration of the close-knit community we promote. We gather together to celebrate this beautiful day with energy and genuine warmth. We ensure our students feel genuinely valued by organizing events like cake-cutting ceremonies and pleasant surprises. It's a way for us to show our appreciation for your confidence in us and to remind you that you are more than simply students. Your trip with us will be remembered for the friendships and camaraderie you made along the road and your physical and spiritual improvement.

It is an honor for us at Mira Yogashala to celebrate our students' birthday, and we look forward to making special memories that express our love and thanks to each and every one of our students. So, come along with us and let's make your special day unforgettable.

Ganga aarti

The Ganges River is the holiest river in Hinduism, and the Ganga Aarti is a sacred ceremony of adoration dedicated to it. Every day, this ancient custom is carried out at several Ganges ghats or steps that descend to the riverbanks; however, Varanasi, Haridwar, and Rishikesh host some of the most renowned and beloved rites. There are various reasons why the Ganga Aarti is so important. First and foremost, it is an expression of love and thanks to the Ganges, which is revered as the physical manifestation of the deity Ganga. Hindus hold that taking a bath in the Ganges purges sins from the soul and results in spiritual redemption. Second, the Aarti highlights India's intense spirituality and is a visually stunning event for residents and visitors. An ethereal atmosphere is created that is unforgettable by the mesmerizing dance of lamps, the rhythmic chanting, and the scent of incense.

The Ganga Aarti also serves as a reminder of how intertwined nature and people are. It highlights the importance of protecting the environment and treating this life-giving river with reverence. The Ganga Aarti, which represents this holy river's spiritual, cultural, and ecological significance in the hearts of millions, is fundamentally a powerful statement of faith, appreciation, and reverence for the Ganges.

Devprayag Sanagam Visit (Optional )

Tucked away in the scenic place, and 70 Km far from Rishikesh The Holy place Devprayag Sangam is a site of great spiritual importance and breathtaking scenery. The holy Ganges River is the result of the merger of the Bhagirathi river and Alaknanda river at this beautiful place. One of the famous Panch Prayag, or five confluences, in the Indian Himalayas is Devprayag. The peaceful village is rich in legend; it is thought to be the location where Lord Rama went to reflect and perform penance. The word 'Devprayag' itself means 'Godly Confluence', which reflects the area's overall spiritual aspect. In addition to being a place of pilgrimage, the confluence is a peaceful haven for those looking for peace. Encircled by the magnificent Garhwal Himalayas, it provides a fantastic setting for introspection and meditation.

For those looking to establish a closer bond with the natural world and their inner self, Devprayag Sangam is a must-visit location where the natural beauty and spiritual tradition blend seamlessly.

Inclusion & Exclusion With 500 Hour Yoga TTC in Rishikesh

What’s Included
  • Fire Carmony (Hawan) as Inauguration Program
  • 52 days of intense Yoga Classes ‍️
  • 7 Hours to 8 Hours Classes Every day
  • Course duration- 1st- Arrival - to 29th- The departure of each month
  • 500-Hours RYT Yoga Alliance Certification
  • 56 Days Accommodation with Spacious Space, Private Balcony and Mountain View
  • 3 Times daily nutritious vegetarian or Vegan meals
  • Amenities upon arrival - toilet paper, soap etc.
  • Herbal Tea & Fresh Fruit Juice
  • Filtered Drinking Water
  • Weekend excursions
  • Himalayas sightseeing trip
  • Course material such as Manuals, Books, notebooks & stationery.
  • Beach Yoga Sessions
  • World Famous Ganga Aarti
  • Indian Classical Music Sessions / Bollywood Dance Class Sessions
  • 24/7 Free High Speed 5G Internet Connection
  • 27/7 Hot Water Facility
  • Bhakti Yoga Classes
  • Sound Healing and Kirtan Sessions
  • Complimentary Body Movement Workshop
  • Special Yoga Nidra Classes
  • Special Kundalini and Chakra Meditation Classes
  • Special Yoga Workshop During the Training From Guest Lectures
  • Weekly Room Cleaning
  • E-books of the most important yoga books
  • Serious Study Environment
  • Yoga Mats and material for all activities
  • FREE Airport Pick Up from Dehradun Airport
  • Cultural Program in the Closing Ceremony / Graduation Ceremony
  • Lots of Love and Hugs

What’s Not Included?
  • Air conditioner / Heater (available per request)
  • Fees for visa
  • Flight Fare
  • Pick up from New Delhi (available per request)
  • Massages

Experienced Yoga Teachers Of Mira Yogshala

Teacher is the one who shows the path to its Students. We are Glad to tell you that we have a great and experienced team of More than 10 yoga gurus (masters). Who are very well experienced, knowledgeable And Master About their Specific Yoga Subjects. We offer a friendly environment between our Yoga teachers and students so that learning becomes so easy with a fun and happy Atmosphere . All of our Teachers are registered yoga teachers, Mastered in yoga science & PhD with many years of yoga teaching experience in various countries around the world. Some are also gold medalists in their Specific Yoga Subjects. and come from the descent of the Traditional Himalayan yogis.

Excursion With This Course - 500 Hr YTTC

An excursion is an opportunity to go on an exciting experience that transcends the everyday, not just a way to break away from your daily classes. Whatever your interests, whether you are a nature lover, history buff, spiritual seeker, or just plain adventurer at heart, there's an adventure out there waiting to pique your curiosity and broaden your horizons. At Mira Yogashala, a truly enriching yoga experience extends beyond the boundaries of the School campus. That's why we provide you with an unforgettable and immersive experience at no extra cost when you choose us for your yoga yoga TTC. Our dedication to all-encompassing education includes exploring the natural and spiritual gems surrounding us in Rishikesh. You will have the chance to go on soul-enriching excursions to some of the most revered and breathtaking locations in the area while you are with us. During our Excursion we take you to quiet ashrams, historic temples, captivating waterfalls, and the fascinating Ganga Aarti ceremony. With our specially designed Himalayas sightseeing tour, you can even explore the magnificent Himalayas, witness the spectacular grandeur of sunrise vistas, and find peace in meditation caves. These trips are essential to your spiritual development and comprehension of the profound philosophy of yoga.

Our aim at Mira Yogashala is to ensure you have the most fulfilling yoga experience imaginable. We are proud and glad to offer these excursions as an integral part of your course. By fully immersing yourself in Rishikesh's rich cultural and natural legacy, you will improve your yoga practice, nourish your body, mind, and spirit, and make lifelong experiences that you will cherish long after your course is done.

Rules And Refund Policy

Code Of Conducts For Students

We expect Yogic discipline and the required code of conduct from all students who join our course. Mira Yogashala has set specific disciplinary rules for all of its participants.

Compliance With Yoga Alliance Guidelines

Our yoga school located in Rishikesh instructs us to follow the below-given policy guideline:-

Refund Policy

Recommended Reading For Your Course

Grow your knowledge and understanding of yoga with the following Outstanding books recommended by our Yoga instructors. These insightful Books will contribute to a comprehensive grasp of yoga principles and practices, expanding your overall knowledge of this ancient discipline.

FAQs - 500 Hour Yoga TTC

Yes. Of course, Rishikesh Known as the Yoga Capital of the World. And it is the Origin place of Yoga. And it is always better to learn something from its Origin Place, because the knowledge you get from the origin place, you will not get from anywhere.

500 Hour Yoga TTC is a beginner to Advanced Yoga teacher training Course, Perfect course for you to enhance Your Yogic knowledge during 2 months yoga teacher training. You Will Learn So Many Subjects Like Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Meditation, Pranayama, Kundalini Yoga, , Anatomy, Ayurveda, Yoga therapy from scratch to advance study.

Absolutely one will be certified As a Yoga Teacher After Course Completion and Mira Yogashala is a Registered Yoga Alliance School. So

After getting 500 Hour TTC Certification, You are eligible to teach and open your Yoga Studio.

The Benefits of a 500 hour yoga teacher training course is that it will make your knowledge vast about yoga theoretically and practically after your 2 month Yoga training. You will learn Asanas practice, Breathing Techniques, Ayurveda and Yoga therapy, Body Movement, Alignment and so much more in a short span of time.

Yes, You can Join this Course Because not everyone has an aim to become a Yoga Teacher. 90% Students Join this Course for their self improvement. The Knowledge you will Gain during 500 Hour Yoga TTC will benefit you throughout your lifetime.

If you have never done yoga and don't know anything about it so to prepare yourself all you have to do is watch some yoga videos and start the daily yoga practice with some basic yoga poses . This thing is gonna help you to know about the yoga poses and the asanas in the easiest way. You can also find so many Yoga Books on our website which you can read and can prepare yourself both physically and mentally before your yoga training.

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