200 and 300 hrs Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship in Rishikesh India

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100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship

100 Hour Free Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship in Rishikesh, India

Much has been said over the past few decades about the impact of yoga in our daily lives. Some refer to as a way of living while others argue that it is a form of therapeutically science. Yoga is both and much more. Practices around the world for the last few thousand years, yoga helps us live a healthy and content life by giving us the much-required mind, body, and soul harmony.

At World Yoga Council, we believe that there is never too little or too much that you can learn about the yogic form of living. What you choose to learn and how much you choose to learn depends on your will and requirements.

As true believers in the healing and life-transformational impact of yoga over the humankind, we present you with our one-of-a-kind 100 hour yoga teacher training program. The program is aimed at yoga enthusiasts who, due to financial constraints or time limitations, aren’t able to commit to a month-long yoga teacher training program at once.

About This Course

The 15-day, 100 hour yoga teacher training program offers yoga aficionados a chance to pursue one half of the 200 hour teacher training program. The program is designed for enthusiasts who wish to start practicing yoga and attain a professional certificate that enables them to function as yoga teachers all around the world.

As mentioned, the program covers the first half of our regular 200 hour TTC program. Once a student completes the 100 hour training, they are encouraged to apply for the rest 100 hour anytime during the same year (depending upon course availability). It is advised that the second half be done at the same school so you can follow the same pattern of learning under the same gurus.

After completion of the second half, you would be rewarded with the Yoga Alliance certified 200 hour Teacher Training certificate that acknowledges you as an accredited yoga teacher anywhere in the world.

Course Eligibility:

Our scholarship program is designed for all, irrespective of their yoga experience, ethnicity, background, and occupation. However, the only pre-requisite that we have is your true dedication and honesty towards what you learn, and an unbreakable trust towards your gurus. Additionally, we prefer our students to be:

  • Truly devotional towards yoga and have a genuine zeal to learn and spread the wisdom
  • Medically fit (we require all our participants to submit a health check form for their own safety)
  • Open towards dedicating their time to the cause of yoga, including karma yoga
  • In genuine need of a scholarship
  • Complete honesty in their application form and throughout the selection procedure

Course Highlights:

  • 15 day, 100-hour residential yoga teacher training
  • In-depth theoretical and practical learning of Hatha and Ashtanga forms of Yoga
  • Highly illustrious, Yoga Alliance Certified resident yoga gurus with years of expertise in their respective fields .
  • Yoga Alliance certified 200 hour TTC after completion of the entire course
  • Pure, homemade meals and beverages throughout the program
  • Excursions in and around the town
  • Complimentary use of Wi-Fi

Course Curriculum:

  • What is classical Hatha yoga?
  • What is Asana?
  • Asana with breath
  • Posture awareness
  • Sequence of Asanas
  • Core principles of Hatha yoga practice
  • Benefits of asana
  • Traditional sun salutation
  • Standing asanas
  • Balansing asanas
  • Sitting asanas
  • Kneeling asanas
  • Backward bending asanas
  • Forward bending asanas
  • Twisting asanas
  • Core asanas
  • Inverted asanas
  • Relaxation asanas
  • Meditative asanas
  • Joints and glands exercises
  • Full health assessment on asana

  • Utthita Hasta Padangushthasana
  • Utthita Parshvasahita
  • Utthita Hasta Padangushthasana B
  • Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana
  • Utkatasana
  • Virabhadrasana A, B
  • Dandasana
  • Paschimottanasana A, B, C, D
  • Purvottanasana
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana
  • Tiryam-Mukha Eka-Pada Paschimottanasana
  • Janu Shirshasana A, B, C,
  • Marichyasana A, B, C, D
  • Navasana
  • Bhuja-Pidasana
  • Kurmasana
  • Supta-Kurmasana
  • Garbha Pindasana
  • Kukkutasana
  • Baddha Konasana A, B, C,
  • Upavishtha Konasana A, B, 
  • Supta Konasana
  • Supta Padangushthasana
  • Supta Parshvasahita
  • Ubhaya Padangushthasana
  • Urdhva-Mukha Paschimottanasana
  • Setu Bandhasana
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana
  • Chakrasana
  • Paschimottanasana

  • What is Vinyasa Yoga?
  • Prepration for Vinyasa
  • Dynamic Sun salutation
  • Vinyasa Series-1
  • Vinyasa Series-2
  • Sukshma vyayam (preparatory movements )
  • Pavan muktasana series
  • Structuring and sequencing of postures

  • Point to point full body relaxation technique
  • Yoga Nidra for insomnia
  • Emotional body relaxation
  • Minor and major chakra relaxation
  • Deep causal body relaxation

  • Four qualities of yogic breathing
  • What is pranic healing?
  • Importance of diaphragmatic breathing
  • Kapalbharti
  • Stress and stress less related breathing techniques
  • Bhastrika
  • Psychological effect of yogic breathing
  • Brahmari
  • What is pranayama?
  • Ujjai
  • What are five sub prana in yogic science?
  • Shetali and shetkari
  • What is ida, pingala and sushumna ?
  • Nadi shodhanam
  • What is nadi?
  • 1:1, 1:2 and 1:4 breathing for emotional purification

  • Yogic Gesture for stress related problems
  • Internal mudra
  • Healing Gestures for physical blockages
  • Bandha for energy leakage
  • Pranic gestures for awakening energy
  • Importance of root lock
  • Eye mudra
  • Types of Locks in Yogic science
  • Finger mudra

  • History and origin of yoga
  • Why we have disturbed mind, distracted mind, and stupefied mind in yogic science?
  • What is yoga?
  • What is celibacy and sex in yogic science?
  • What is Hatha Yoga?
  • Why we suffer?
  • What is Ashtanga Yoga?( eight limbs of yoga)
  • What made us to get disease in yogic science
  • What is Raja Yoga?
  • How to bend body to bend mind?
  • What is ignorance?
  • Three states of consciousness in yogic science
  • What is mind?
  • Four foundational pillars of life
  • Four faculties of mind field in yogic science
  • What is practice mean in yogic science?
  • Five layers of body in yogic science
  • What is Ekagrah mean?
  • What is knowledge and wisdom in yoga?
  • What is kundalini?
  • What is karma?
  • What is chakra?
  • What is sleep in yoga?
  • What is nadi?
  • Introduction to Ayurvedic science
  • What is Nirodhah mean in yoga?
  • What is Fear and love in yogic science?
  • What is enlightenment and liberation in yoga?

  • Breath awareness meditation
  • Inner light meditation
  • Chakra awareness meditation
  • Body less meditation
  • Mantra Awareness meditation
  • Walking meditation
  • Full moon meditation
  • Third eye meditation

  • Workshop on hip opening
  • Workshop on back bending
  • Workshop on forward bending
  • Workshop in twisting postures

  • What is mantra mean?
  • What are the Types of Mantra?
  • Chanting of Mantra
  • Sanskrit Meaning of Different Mantras
  • Mantra for universal master.
  • Mantra for removing Obstacle.
  • Mantra for Health.
  • Mantra for peace.
  • Mantra for removing fear of death.
  • What is Om?
  • How to create positive vibration or energy with Mantra yoga?

  • Yogic skeletal and joints system
  • Yogic physiology
  • Yogic respiratory system
  • Yoga safety while doing asana and pranyama practices
  • Muscular system and usage of some important muscles in yogic exercise
  • Nature of lunar energy, solar energy and neutral flow energy.
  • Yogic anatomy of spinal cord and its importance

  • Yogic counseling for therapy
  • Yogic therapy like back problems, slip disk problems, diabetes,
  • Usage of yogic techniques as therapy
  • spinal deformation, thyroid and obesity.
  • Yoga therapies on common disease like – Head ache, cold, sinus, migraine


Our 100 Hour Free Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship Course has well designed Schedule. View Full course Schedule by clicking this Button


  • Free High-Speed Wi-Fi
  • Yoga Program, including Ashtanga Yoga and Hatha Yoga Instruction
  • Touches of Ayurveda
  • Excursions in and around the city of Rishikesh
  • Transportation to and from the school can be arranged.

Course Fee Includes:

  • Study Material – Book
  • 1 Notebook, Pen
  • 1 T-shirt
  • Rubber Neti
  • Neti Pot
  • Bag
  • Excursions
  • WiFi

Course Fee Doesn’t Include:

  • Airport Pickup & Drop
  • Personal Expenses
  • Over Stay at the Ashram
  • Flight Charges
  • Visa Charges
  • Doctor Consultation
  • Insurance

About the Location

Rishikesh, also known as the ‘yoga capital of the world’, is a spiritual city located by the banks of holy river Ganges. Sources believe that it is here where yoga was first practiced and taught over 5,000 years ago. Surrounded by an enchanting landscape and the majestic foothills of Himalaya, the town oozes of a spiritual atmosphere that is not only unique but also refreshing to the soul. Away from the chaos of a city’s daily life, Rishikesh has plenty to see and do. From magnificent ashrams and temples to numerous souvenir shops and from the iconic Laxman Jhula to the legendary Chotiwala restaurant, the pious town of Rishikesh has enough to keep you entertained and motivated. Rishikesh is easily accessible by bus, trains, and flight. The closest Airport is Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun) which is at a distance of 20 kilometers from the town. Haridwar Railway station is the nearest railhead which is approximately the same distance as the airport. Additionally, Rishikesh is well-connected with the other major cities of north India via buses.

Terms and Conditions

  • A minimum of 90% attendance must be maintained to successfully complete the course and to receive a Yoga Alliance accredited certificate.
  • Students must respect the teachers and culture at all times, and be truly dedicated towards their yoga journey. •.
  • The dates for these 100-hour teacher training program may be subjected to change under special circumstances. In such situations, students will be notified in advance. They can, of course, complete their course starting the next available date.
Special Note:
The daily schedule is subject to change according to the availability of teachers, special holidays, drastic weather changes, and other such extraneous circumstances. Students will be made aware of any such changes in the schedule.

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