200 Hr RYT Multistyle Yoga Teacher Training Course Dharamshala
- A RYT 200-hour yoga teacher training allows you to acquire a profound understanding of various yoga asanas and meditation.
- A thorough understanding of body contours and their significance in yoga.
- Tips on yoga teaching and the art of yogic touch.
- An understanding of the principles of yoga teaching.
- Guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle and keeping the stress at bay.
- Understanding of meditation chakras.
- An introduction to yogic mantras and related rituals for cleansing the mind -
Schedule07:00 - 09:00 Pranayama and yoga practice
09:00 - 10:00 Breakfast
10:00 - 11:15 Teaching methodology
11:30 - 12:40 Yoga anatomy
12:40 - 14:45 Lunch and self-study or rest
14:45 - 15:45 Yoga philosophy
16:00 - 17:45 Yoga practice
18:00 - 19:00 Meditation
19:00 - 20:00 Dinner
About This Event
Yoga TTC here is an opportunity to switch off from the fast paced material world really immerrse yourself into pure science of Yoga free from distraction. In Dharamshala You will be able to deepen your yoga practice surrounded by peaceful breathtaking nature. Here you will find it easy to tap into higher-self supported by the ancient history and mysticism of Yoga that has been imprinted deeply in the lands of the mystic Himalayan Mountains, by the many Yogi sages that past before.
The teaching environment.
The teaching environment is completely interactive. Students are encouraged to ask any and every question they may have about the asana technique and even the implication of a particular asana in the overall practice. In practical sessions, teachers pay attention to every student and ensure that the asanas are being done in the right posture, style, and spirit.
There are theoretical sessions too, in which the teachers explain the fundamentals of the human body and how each asana makes a difference to your body. Special sessions are helped by Guru Mahi, in which he talks about the origin of various asanas - interested students are welcome to be part of these sessions.
Attention is also paid to how the students learn and teach yoga. Mahi Yoga teachers teach their students the right way to teach yoga, who apart from imbibing the virtues of patience, endurance go on to become confident yoga practitioners.
The foundation course for yoga teaching is the RYT 200 course. Designed for the yoga enthusiasts and future yoga teachers, this course conscientiously maintains the balance between yoga asanas, meditation, and body alignment. At Mahi Yoga, it is believed that this ancient wisdom needs to be taught in its original, pure form but they also realize that the teaching should strike a chord with students to make an impact.
Therefore, while keeping the study unadulterated, they use a more contemporary style of teaching. By pursuing this course, you will be empowered and transformed at various levels apart from building a solid foundation for the success of your yoga teaching practice.
Certification on completion of your RYT 200 course.
You will be awarded a certificate of completion of the course. You can apply for Yoga Alliance certification and significantly improve your chances of getting a better paying job. Many yoga and fitness centers today demand and pay more to teachers with Yoga Alliance certification.
Venue HighlightsAlong mountain roads fringed with tall emerald green pine trees and views of Snowy Mountain peaks in the distance, you will find the small Village of Bhagsu, where our Yoga Shala (Yoga studio) is located.
Bhagsu has a sleepy laid back atmosphere. People here are friendly and the streets are lined with little coffee shops, bakeries, international restaurants, local Indian chai shops and various handicraft stores.
Just behind the little main street a Waterfalls descends the length of the town, ending in a river below.
There are steps from top to bottom starting at the local Hindu temple with its own swimming pools and winding up at its top to Shiva Café a cute, bohemian slate built café with breathtaking views of the valley and mountains.
From up here it’s common to see eagles swooping amongst the prayer flags and clouds.
Finally the paths narrow and branch off into the quieter trekking paths that lead up to remote villages and the famous mountain peak view of Triund, where it’s possible to camp up and take guided treks even further into the snowcapped Himalayas.
Dharamshala is located on the upper hilly stretch of land of Kangra Valley which is placed through jungle areas and small Indian villages, interspersed with Hindu temples and the air holds a sense of spirituality and mysticism from ancient times.
The city is distinctively separated as upper and lower divisions with different altitudes.
The lower division is the Dharamsala town itself whereas the upper division is popularly known as Mcleodganj.
The town of Macleod Ganj grew up after His Holiness the Dalai Lama made it his residence.
Even the Tibetan Government in Exile has its headquarters here.
Outside the temple has peaceful gardens where you can follow the winding pathways turning the many prayer wheels inscribed with Tibetan mantra. Being a Tibetan hub.
Dharamsala is considered to be one of the best places to learn and explore Buddhism and Tibetan Culture.
The Dalai Lama gives teachings on different subjects here at various times during the year and it’s possible to attend and listen.
AccommodationsAll rooms are within 5 minutes of walking distance from the main yoga shala.
Rooms have a big double bed and attached bathroom with hot shower and western toilet.
Menu/CuisineA healthy diet is something we take seriously at Mahi Yoga & Holistic Training House.
We offer a wide range of taste-tempting, freshly prepared dishes, made with love and passion, from super-healthy to super-naughty and everything in between!
Vegans, vegetarians, coeliacs & lactose intolerant are always welcome and will be catered for, so no worries there.
Come and enjoy a wide range of delicious natural foods, prepared using locally grown produce, mainly organic, cooked with Indian spices, with a extra helping of love.
DirectionsDahramshala is in Himachal Pradesh.
From New Delhi it takes around 10 hours to Dahramshala by bus and it cost around 800/1300 Rupees.
Dharamshala is located on the upper hilly stretch of land of Kangra Valley which is placed through jungle areas and small Indian villages.
To move by villages you can use a rickshaw.