Our 100-Hour Yoga Teacher Training is a delightful option for anyone who wants to deepen their practice without committing to an entire teacher training. It is a beautiful retreat, during which you are invited to join the first half of a 200 Hour Training programs in Dharamsala.
This is an ideal way to experience yoga in its birthplace–the heart of India–with our master teachers. There’s no better escape for mind, body, and spirit.
If you attend the retreat and decide that you want to complete the second half of the training later, for a full 200 Hours, that option is available, too. Some choose to spread their yoga teacher training over two years instead of one, which allows ample time for the integration and development of your practice.
This 100-Hour training, our retreat, is perfect for those who are considering becoming yoga teachers but want more experience first. It is suitable for all levels, from beginner to advanced, and gives yoga lovers a chance to experience the high caliber of teaching that an internationally-recognized training program can offer.
Imagine spending two weeks with the like-minded community–immersed in yoga, meditation, and Indian culture. There’s nothing like it. In fact, we’re confident that you’ll leave transformed.
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 200 five-star Facebook reviews and 500 YouTube testimonials, we’ll let the students speak for themselves.
Our teachers are handpicked with your success in mind. They have honed their practices for decades with Indian yoga masters, and as a result, they can personalize their teaching for every student.
Teachers at Siddhi Yoga are known for their warmth and generosity and are all renowned in their fields. We have an Ayurvedic doctor, physiologist, fitness specialists, yoga masters, and meditation teachers. With their help, you’ll get a comprehensive view of yoga that blends an ancient practice with modern life.
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