Siddhi Yoga was created to combine depth, integrity, and value. Our mission is to honor the ancient tradition of yoga, even as we incorporate it into modern life.
At Siddhi Yoga, we believe that yoga goes beyond asana. Our program nourishes the whole person, which leaves future teachers ready to do the same. With us, you’ll get to experience yoga as a way of life.
Our warm, uplifting setting will both challenge and support you. It’s often described as family. You’ll walk in a student, and you’ll leave as a teacher, ready to explore your deepest potential.
Our teachers are handpicked with your success in mind. They are known for their warmth and generosity, and are all renowned in their fields. On staff, we have an Ayurvedic doctor, a physiologist, fitness specialists, and yoga and meditation masters. With their help, you’ll get a comprehensive view of yoga that blends an ancient practice with modern life.
At Siddhi Yoga, you’ll experience a true yogic lifestyle and leave ready to share its benefits with the world. As a teacher, you’ll be prepared to teach with anatomy and alignment in mind, and feel confident doing so. You’ll know how to keep students safe and guide their practice–balancing mind, body, and spirit as you go.
If you wish, you’ll also have an opportunity to study Reiki, Reiki Healing, and Ayurveda to supplement your 200-Hour training.
Rishikesh is known around the world as one of the holiest cities in India. The Beatles made it famous, and even today, you’ll be swept up by the meditative atmosphere the moment you arrive. “The Yoga Capital of the World” is a mecca for spiritual seekers and yoga practitioners alike.
Rishikesh sits peacefully at the foot of the Himalayas, where you can see yogis meditating along the Holy Ganga River every day. There are beautiful hikes for nature lovers, as well as a thriving downtown full of artists and musicians for rich cultural experience.
The small city of Dharamsala is surrounded by the breathtaking Himalayas. It is said to vibrate with the pure spiritual energy and abundance of the Himalayas. In Dharamsala, you will be immersed in an environment that supports your yoga practice physically, energetically, and spiritually.
Dharamsala is known for being home to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, along with many Tibetans who have taken refuge in Mcleodganj, about one kilometer away. The word “Dharamsala” can be loosely translated to “spiritual dwelling place,” and amazingly, it lives up to its name.
Over 1,000 graduates from more than 60 countries have deepened their yoga practice and become teachers at Siddhi Yoga. In 2018, we were recognized as one of the Twenty Most Promising Institutes in India. With over 230 5-star Facebook reviews and 500 YouTube testimonials, we’ll let the students speak for themselves.