Our 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training in Dharamsala is a combination of active involvement (Yang) and passive awareness (Yin), fitness and witness, where physical practice merges with the subtle, spiritual and divine force of creativity, where activities are meant to support the deep relaxation. In other words, to create a balance between our active and passive energies is the aim of Yoga.
Abhinam Yoga School in India classifies Ashtanga Vinyasa, Power Yoga and Hatha Vinyasa Yoga as Yang practice and Restorative Yoga with therapeutic/touch or Yoga with props and mindfulness as Yin practice. Hence, our Multi-style Yoga Teacher Training course consists of Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hatha Vinyasa, Restorative Yin Yoga combined with relaxation techniques with mindfulness practices such as Vipassana meditation, mantra chanting, Yoga Nidra, deep Yogic sleep or talking to body-mind methods from yogic and tantric traditions.
Who can join our 200hr Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training Course?
Anyone who has practiced any style of yoga for a while and has developed an interest to learn more about it or wish to go deeper into the field of Yoga qualifies for this course. The program is designed in such a way that even a beginner with little experience can join it and benefit from it. Participants who do not have any desire to become a yoga teacher but just want to have a life transforming experience with balanced diet, right movement, right sleep, spiritual environment and overall a disciplined yogic life join this course. It’s called Yoga teacher training course but it’s meant for sincere students who want to study yoga and out of their deep study and overflowing joy their teaching springs out naturally. Our well trained certified teacher’s team is there to support and facilitate that transformation.
Amazing place to learn about the correct alignment and anatomy by our great teacher namito ji, direct disciple of guru ji ieyenger, I went again for my ttc and finished 500, everytime I need to advance my practice and learn, I feel it's the best environment and world class teachers. God bless the school.
7.00 am - 8.00 am : Pranayama and Kriya
8.00 am -10.00 am : Morning Asana Practice Class
10.00 am - 11.00 am : Breakfast
11.00 am - 1.00 pm : Theory: Yoga Philosophy / Anatomy and Physiology
1.00 pm - 3.00 pm : Lunch, Assignment and Rest
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm : Workshops On Teaching Methodology; Alignment and Adjustment
5.00 pm - 7.00 pm : Evening Asana Practice Class
7.00 pm - 8.00 pm : Meditation
8.00 pm - 9.00 pm : Dinner
The most convenient way of reaching Dharamsala is via road, with most North Indian cities offering direct bus service to Dharamsala. While journey by train till Kangra station (about 18 km from the city) also allows one to enjoy scenic beauty, it is again completed by a bus or taxi. Flights also operate from Delhi to the nearest airport i.e. Gaggal airport(Dharamsala). From there students can take a taxi to reach the School in Dharamkot.