300 hours advanced yoga teacher training

300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Certification in India

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Siddhi Yoga’s 300-hour yoga teacher training is an advanced yoga teaching program.

Our 300-hour program is for yogis who wish to advance their teaching skills and hone in on fundamental concepts of yoga. Trainees will be prepared to teach principles and techniques that are more advanced and more detailed.

When you complete our 300-hour yoga teacher training, you will be aptly prepared to teach more confidently and with greater skills than before.

Our program is specifically designed to go beyond basic yoga knowledge—we want to take you deeper. We will explore ancient Vedic practices, literature and philosophy.

We’ll also dive into the practice of meditation and its role in our personal evolution throughout life. You will leave training with a stronger sense of inner peace as well as the tools to teach others the gifts of yoga and meditation.

During our 300-hour program, we’ll take the time to break down each asana (posture), including advanced postures, to give you the knowledge and skills to deepen your practice and help others do the same.

 

This high-level training program will cover the ethics of teaching yoga, as well as the business of teaching. We want you to be ready to teach—right out of the gates—so we’ve created this program to make sure you’re fully equipped to teach, as soon as you receive your certification.

We’ll go in-depth on the importance of creating and maintaining strong student-teacher relationships and how to build upon these special relationships.

From learning different sequencing techniques to the anatomy and physiology of yoga, our 300-hour teaching training program covers everything. We prioritize depth over a basic survey of practices. This means, instead of surveying a wide range of topics, we’ll dive deep into specific and meaningful aspects of teaching yoga.

300 hour residential yoga teacher training

As with our 200-hour teacher training programs, we strive to create an environment for our students to immerse themselves into the yogic lifestyle. This is why we’ve made sure to provide a space for our students to do just that: live and breathe yoga and Vedic culture.

And you’ll have plenty of time to explore the area over the course of your teacher training as well. We believe in balance, which is why we’ve made time for outdoor excursions, activities and prayer sessions.

300 hour yoga teacher training

To get a clearer understanding of our 300-hour yoga teacher training, we’ve put together the following guide, fully equipped with everything you need to know and what to expect when you sign up for our program.

Requirements for 300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training

You must have completed 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training from us or one of the Yoga Alliance (USA) accredited school. If you have not done your 200 hours yoga teacher training yet, you can know about it here >>>> Siddhi Yoga 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training.

The Application of Yoga Philosophy in Everyday Life

We get it—yoga philosophy texts were written ages ago. But they still apply to our daily lives, and we believe we need them now more than ever.

This is why our 300-hour training programs begin with these ancient words of wisdom. Over the course, we will study The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, The Bhagavad Gita and The Upanishads.

 

The study of these texts will show us how these philosophies are not merely mystical ideas, but applicable to ourselves as individuals and as a collective society. You’ll leave the program with a deep understanding of yogic philosophy and a great appreciation for the history and meaning behind yoga.

Meditation for the Management of Intellectual, Emotional and Human Evolution

We will take a look at how mediation affects our mind, energetic body and entire being. We’ll cover how meditation can be used to aid in spiritual growth and transformation and, ultimately, guide us toward inner healing.

 

We’ll use these tools to learn how to incorporate meditation into your teaching practice and understand the important role it plays within yoga.

Yogic System

Brain-Heart-Self

How does yoga affect the mind, emotions and self? We’ll discuss the different functions of each system, and the benefits and drawbacks of each.

 

We’ll include discussions on the psychology behind yoga, including different ways asana and pranayama affect the mind. Our aim is to give you the opportunity to experience the psychological benefits of an advanced yoga practice and to take you deeper into your mind.

Asana (Pose)

The 300-hour teacher training goes beyond basic asana practice. We will go in-depth on advanced yoga postures—alignment, benefits and application—so that you’re ready to not only practice these poses on your own but teach them as well.

The third limb of Patanjali’s eight limbs is asana practice. Meaning ‘steady and comfortable posture’, asana makes up a large portion of yoga. Poses were created to open up different parts of the body, revitalize our brain, organs and joints, and stimulate blood flow.

 

Understanding the yoga poses is integral to your influence as a yoga instructor. That’s why we’ll dedicate 50 total hours to alignment, and the anatomy and physiology of advanced poses.

You’ll leave teacher training not with just a basic understanding of asanas, but with a deep knowledge of each pose, the proper way to do them and modifications for those who need them.

Here are the postures we’ll be focusing on throughout training.

Standing Postures

  • Tadasana (Mountain pose)
  • Swarga Dvijasana (Bird of Paradise)
  • Ardhra Chandra Chapasana (Half Moon Bow pose)
  • Parivrtta Ardha Chandarasana (Revolved Half Moon pose)
  • Tittibhasana A (Firefly pose)
  • Ardhabadha Padmottanasana (Half Bound Lotus Standing Forward Bend)
  • Utthitha Dwi Hasta Padottanasana (Extended Two Hand-to-Foot pose)
  • Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana (Standing Splits)
  • Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana (Extended Hand-to-Big-Toe pose)
  • Parsva Hasta Padangusthasana (Side Hand-to-Big-Toe pose)
  • Parivrtta Hasta Padangusthasana (Dancing Shiva pose)
  • Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana (Revolved Half Moon pose)
  • Parsvottanasana (Pyramid pose) with Paschima Namaskar (Reverse Prayer) and Buddha Hasta Mudra (Buddha Mudra)
  • Prasarita Padottanasana  (Wide-Legged Forward Bend) with Gomukha Hasta Mudra

Seated Postures

  • Siddhasana (Accomplished pose)
  • Ardha Padmasana (Half Lotus pose)
  • Padamasana (Lotus pose)
  • Simhasana (Lion pose)
  • Baddha Padmasana (Locked Lotus pose)
  • Yoga Mudrasana in Padmasana (The Psychic Union pose in Lotus)

Backbends

  • Hanumanasana (Monkey pose)
  • Purna Hanumanasana (Full Monkey pose)
  • Kapotasana (Pigeon pose)
  • Purna Kapotasana (Full Pigeon pose)
  • Rajakapotasana (King Pigeon pose)
  • Eka Pada Urdhva Dhanurasana (One-Legged Wheel pose)
  • Sukha Gherandasana (Gheranda pose)
  • Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana (Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff pose)
  • Bhekasana (Frog pose)
  • Laghu Vajrasana (Little Thunderbolt pose)

Forward Bends

  • Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)
  • Urdhva Mukha Paschimottanasana (Upward-Facing Seated Forward Bend)
  • Kurmasana (Tortoise pose)
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana (Half Bound Lotus Seated Forward Bend)
  • Yoga Mudrasana (The Psychic Union pose)
  • Krounchasana (Heron pose)
  • Janu Sirsasana B (Head-to-Knee pose)
  • Akarna Dhanurasana I & II (Archer’s pose 1 & 2)

Twists

  • Marichyasana C (Marichi’s pose)
  • Jathara Parivartanasana (Abdominal Twist) including variations)
  • Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (Revolved Head-to-Knee pose)
  • Vakra Padmasana (Half Lord of the Fishes pose)
  • Parivrtta Upavistha Konasana (Revolved Seated Splits pose)
  • Parivrtta Paschimottanasana (Revolved Seated Forward Bend)

Inversions

  • Sirsasana (Headstand) with Leg and Arms Variations
  • Parivrtta Sirsasana (Revolved Headstand)
  • Urdhva Dandasana (Upward-Facing Staff pose)
  • Adho Mukha Vrksasana (Handstand)
  • Pincha Mayurasana (Feathered Peacock pose)
  • Salamba Sarvangasana (Supported Shoulderstand) with Legs and Arm Variations
  • Niralamba Sarvangasana (Unsupported Shoulderstand)
  • Variations of Halasana (Plow pose) including Karnapidasana (Ear Pressure/Deaf Man’s pose)
  • Trikona Sirsasana (Triangle Headstand)
  • Supta Kona Sarvangasana (Reclining Angle Shoulderstand)
  • Urdhva Padma Sarvangasana (Lotus Shoulderstand)

Arm Balances

  • Astavakrasana (Eight-Angle pose)
  • Mayurasana (Peacock pose)
  • Eka Pada Koundinyasana (Pose Dedicated to the Sage)
  • Eka Pada Galavasana (Flying Pigeon)
  • Eka Hasta Bhujangasana (Leg-Over-Shoulder pose)
  • Bhujapidasana (Shoulder Pressing pose)
  • Urdhva Vashishtha Padangusthasana (Reclined Big Toe pose)
  • Parsva Bakasana (Side Crow pose)
  • Parsva Bhuja Dandasana (Dragonfly pose)

Restorative Postures

  • Supta Bharadvajasana (Sage’s Twist) with bolsters
  • Sethu Bandhasana  (Bridge pose) with cross bolsters
  • Sarvangasa (Shoulderstand) with chair
  • Halasana (Plow pose) with chair
  • Sirsasana (Headstand) with chair

Ethics for Yoga Teachers

The role of a yoga teacher is very important. Balance must be maintained in student-teacher relationships and we’ll go into detail on how to cultivate these relationships. There is a fine line between teacher and friend and it’s so important to remain professional while teaching.

 

We’ll dedicate time to making sure you know how to stay professional while simultaneously providing a sense of comfort and support to your students, in turn creating a more encouraging and pleasant atmosphere.

Yoga for Healing

Throughout the 300-hour training program, we will cover various ways yoga can be used for healing. While an intense physical practice, yoga also provides many therapeutic benefits, for both the mental and physical bodies.

 

Students will be taught how to apply yoga to the following conditions:

  • Shoulder pain
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Sciatica

Anatomy and Physiology

It is critical for yoga instructors to understand the different aspects of our anatomy and physiology and how each bodily system relates to yoga individually.

300 yoga teacher training anatomy

We’ll spend 50 hours covering the following topics:

  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Respiratory system
  • Digestive system
  • Endocrine system
  • Yoga and various problems

Pranayama

Pranayama is the fourth step in the eight limbs of yoga and therefore is a vital component in a yoga practice. In this section, we’ll discuss advanced breathing techniques and their benefits. Students will put them into practice and experience for themselves the effects of correct breathing practices.

 

  • Anulom Vilom (Alternate Nostril Breathing)
  • Bhastrika (Bellow’s Breath)
  • Ujjayi (Victorious Breath)
  • Kapalbhati (Skull Shining Breath)
  • Brahmari (Bee Breath)

Not only will you learn about each breathing technique, but you’ll have the opportunity to practice them yourselves. This way, you’ll have a better understanding of what each breath practice feels like, so you’re more prepared to teach them later on.

Mudra, Bandha and Kriya

In our 300-hour training program, we will discuss the benefits of Mudra (symbolic gestures), advanced Bandha (body locks) and Kriya (a ritual or sequence that works toward a specific outcome). This will include application, benefits and contraindications.

Students will have the opportunity to put into practice what they learn and be given time to discuss their experiences with trainers and other students.

Mudra

  • Hasta (Hand)
  • Mana (Head)
  • Kaya (Postural)
  • Adhara (Perineal)

Bandha

  • Jalandhara (Chin Lock)
  • Moola (Root Lock)
  • Uddiyana (Abdominal Lock)
  • Maha (Great Lock)

Kriya

  • Neti (Nasal Cleansing)
  • Nauli (Internal Cleansing)
  • Tratak (Candle Meditation)
  • Dhauti (Digestive Cleansing)

The Art of Vinyasa

Practicing yoga and teaching it are completely different things. That’s why we’ve created our 300-hour training program to include different techniques for teachers, the foundations of a good yoga class and how to connect with the students.

 

Vinyasa yoga is much more than a series of movements. Sequencing a vinyasa yoga class can be very challenging and takes a lot of thought and preparation.

We will spend a lot of time going over each layer of a vinyasa yoga class, from theming classes, preparing your class and taking care of students.

Requirement

In order to do 300 hour yoga teacher training course, you must have completed 200 hour yoga teacher training course from a Yoga School registered with Yoga Alliance USA.

 

Certification - RYT 500

As a graduate of Siddhi Yoga, you will be certified by one of the largest and most-trusted names in yoga teacher training internationally. Your certification also qualifies you for a Yoga Alliance certification. We use this third-party accreditation agency to ensure our quality and international standards are met. After successfully completing 300 Hours course you are eligible to register yourself as RYT500 with Yoga Alliance.

 

Multistyle Yoga Teacher Training

This certificate is for Multi-Style Yoga where you will get a chance to learn advanced poses of Hatha yoga, Vinyasa yoga, alignments, teaching methodology along with the philosophy and history behind it. Exposure to different styles will allow you to decide which style you would like to pursue more deeply.

Here are some of the styles that will be incorporated into our 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training:

1.    Hatha Yoga – Yoga of Body and Mind Purification
2.    Vinyasa Yoga
3.    Jnana Yoga – Yoga of Enquiry
4.    Karma Yoga – Yoga of Action
5.    Bhakti Yoga – Yoga of Devotion
6.    Mantra Yoga – Yoga of Recitation
7.    Kundalini Yoga – Yoga of Energy
8.    Raja Yoga – Yoga of Meditation

Venue: The Aryan Hotel, Dharamsala - India


Our Dharamsala 300/500-Hour Yoga Teacher training takes place at The Aryan Hotel, a leading traditional yoga-training center in Dharamsala.

yoga teacher training dharamshala 2018

Overlooking the beautiful Kangra valley, it is surrounded by tea gardens and pine forests that merge in the distance with the mighty Dhauladhar range. A spiritual realm bestowed with natural beauty and fair weather, Dharamsala is a perfect place to immerse oneself in yoga.

The Aryan Hotel offers beautiful yoga hall as well as facilities and staff who understand the needs of yoga teachers.

We have created an environment conducive to yoga teacher training, retreats and workshops for both educators and students alike. Relax after classes and enjoy our gorgeous property as you enhance your practice and teaching skills.
view from yoga hall siddhi yoga dharamsala

Here are some highlights about our Dharamsala Centre:

  • It is situated away from urban hustle and bustle, in the serene backdrop of nature.
  • Free from construction in or surrounding the resort.
  • Free 24-hour Wi-Fi Internet
  • A 45-minute drive to campus from Gaggal Airport, Dharamsala, with virtually no traffic congestion on the way there.
  • The Aryan Hotel offers Hotel type accommodations with 18 rooms
  • All trainees stay on site together—giving you more opportunities to connect and socialize.
  • Every room is equipped with a private bathroom offering hot and cold showers.
  • Spacious yoga hall with a beautiful view.
  • Since this is a yoga teacher training program/retreat, you will not find outdoor parties on weekdays, junk food or alcohol. This is common among all such programs.

The Aryan Hotel, Village and PO – Dadh, Dharamshala-Palampur Road, Near Chamunda Temple, Palampur – 176052, District – Himachal Pradesh, India

Rediscover Yourself

Siddhi Yoga teacher training programs are all-encompassing. We want you to succeed just as much as you want yourself to succeed. This is why we’ve designed a course that will prepare you not just for teaching yoga, but for living a yogic lifestyle.

 

Schedule

Daily Schedule
  • 07:00 – 09:00 Kryias, Pranayama, Asana Practice
  • 09:00 – 10:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 – 11:30 Yoga Philosophy
  • 11:30 – 13:00 Alignments/The Art of Teaching Methodology
  • 13:00 – 15:00 Lunch
  • 15:00 – 16:00 Anatomy & Physiology
  • 16:00 – 17:30 Therapeutical Hatha/Vinaysa
  • 17:30 – 18:00 Break
  • 18:00 – 19:30 Meditation
  • 19:30 – 21:00 Dinner

TIME OFF: Saturday afternoons and all day Sundays are free for you to enjoy and bask in all that Dharamsala has to offer. From Mcleodganj markets to Buddhist monasteries and healthy cafes to journeys through tea gardens, Dharamsala has so much beauty to explore.

Meet Our Teachers

Course Reviews

yoga teacher training reviews by Sarah from United States

I knew I wanted to take my yoga teacher training in India. I settled on Siddhi Yoga - Dharamsala because of its wonderful reviews and its proximity to the Himalayas. I knew I made the right decision in the first class with Tara -- I left the class with a smile on my face and a smile in my heart. All of the instructors were invested in each and every one of us, wanting for all of us to grow our own practices and our abilities to teach. I left the course feeling confident in my teaching abilities. Thank you -- to all the students and staff -- for making this a class I will forever remember.

-Sarah, United States
yoga teacher training reviews by Jennifer from United Kingdom

The experience at Siddhi Yoga in Dharamsala was incredible and was the first step on my journey to change my path. It was wonderful to be taught Yoga as a lifestyle with such excellence from all the teachers! The knowledge, experience, guidance and support from all of them was amazing! Was great to meet new people from all over the world, building a community of friendship with them the teachers and the staff. It was also wonderful being surrounded by the beautiful grounding Himalayas!

-Jennifer, United Kingdom
yoga teacher training reviews by Andrea from Germany

I had a great time at my training in Dharamsala! The location is amazing with the Himalayas right next to the school and the teachers were awesome!

-Andrea, Germany
yoga teacher training reviews by Andy from United Kingdom

Had a fantastic time here in Dharamsala, the whole team were supportive from the hotel cleaners to the Siddhi management. The classes were well structured and thorough feel confident to take classes as a thanks to the month training. Thanks again to all the team.

-Andy, United Kingdom
yoga teacher training reviews by Carolyn from Canada

Siddhi yoga teachers and staff have become my family over the course of my stay. The program, location and food far exceeded my expectations. It was a privilege to be here and to graduate from this program. I feel prepared to go out and teach and beyond that I have made friends from all over the world who have inspired in more ways than I can express in a review. Thank you Siddhi Yoga!

-Carolyn, Canada
yoga teacher training reviews by Brigid from Australia

I would highly recommend yoga teacher training with Siddhi in Dharamsala. The surrounding Dhauladhar Range is an inspirational backdrop to our learning journey. The teachers are very knowledgeable and patient, they will always have an answer for any question. It was nice to walk up to the local farms and mountains for some down time. I will always hold dear the friendships, personal growth and knowledge I have gained here.

-Brigid, Australia
yoga teacher training reviews by Megan from United States

Siddhi Yoga in Dharamshala felt like a home away from home. The teachers are incredibly intelligent and loving. You’re not just coming here to learn, but you’re coming to make new friends and family.

The location is also beautiful! I have never lived so close to the mountains before. Tons of great hikes and temples in the area to visit as well.

-Megan, United States
yoga teacher training reviews by Katrina from Malaysia

This is the place to learn yoga. It’s authentic in every way. I have learned so much about yoga, the philosophy behind it but most of all about myself. Learning correct alignment has unleashed a lot of pent up energies which involved facing a lot demons I’ve been holding in. I do feel that something has shifted in me.

I have met some wonderful people, fellow students and staff. Everyone has been so supportive to each other, it’s heart warming. I had my own dietary issues which was catered for as well.

My partner who didn’t participate in the yoga teacher training felt part of the yoga family, as he has been staying with me. It’s been so lovely. I can’t believe it’s been a month. It’s intense and the commune living has brought us closer together. We are all like a family.

India and teacher training here at Siddhi in Dharamsala has changed my life for the better. I feel confident that I can go out there and be the yoga teacher I wanted to be.

Thank you Siddhi yoga.

-Katrina, Malaysia
yoga teacher training reviews by Elsa from Canada

One of the key things you learn in the study of yoga is not to have expectations. That said, if you DID have expectations of a yoga teacher training facility in India- they would surely be exceeded at Siddhi Yoga in Dharamsala! The website is clear and accurate and communications with Meera pre-booking were always prompt.

The new location at the Aryan Hotel is surrounded by nature with impressive mountain views, spacious, clean and run well by the in-residence staff. The food was amazing, balanced and cleanly prepared - I did not experience any stomach issues during my stay!

Tara Ji, Prem Ji and Dr. Amrita were generous with their knowledge and explanations. Learning from them was a treat and felt like you were coming home smarter after spending a day with your best friends.

I would recommend this course not only to those who are looking to become teachers but also to those just wanting to deepen and improve their practice.

I will miss my Siddhi Yoga Family like crazy when I return home, I never laughed so hard in my life. Thank you for the wonderful experience.

-Elsa, Canada
yoga teacher training reviews by Jacinta from Australia

I have just completed my first yoga training with Siddhi. I have really enjoyed my experience here and would recommend this training center to beginners and advanced yogis! I have been practicing for over 10 years and doing teacher training has changed everything positively for my alignment, understanding of the anatomy of the body and interest in yoga philosophy.

Furthermore this company offers Delicious and nutritious yogi meals. If you don't know what yogi meals are I advice googling it, especially if you have diet requirements.

I was super happy with my king size bed and large room. The bathroom was just like any Asian bathroom functional not modern, this wasn't an issue for me. I was really happy with the cleaning and laundry service and felt comfortable and safe in the hotel.

Lastly the staff were all amazing and unique in there own way. Our two yoga teachers Tara and Prem were both calm, supportive, knowledgeable, experienced, respectful and beautiful humans. The Anatomy and Philosophy Teacher Dr. Amrita was a beautiful women with great knowledge and experience with a lovely welcoming warm heart. I enjoyed learning with each teacher and will be forever grateful for having the chance to do my teacher training with them.

The hotel staff were also very trust worthy, kind, friendly and caring.

Over all I wouldn't change anything about my experience. I love the country, mountains, yoga and Indian culture.

Much love
Jacinta

-Jacinta, Australia

Read more about the experience of other yogis here >>>> Yoga Teacher Training Reviews

View 100s of video testimonials at youtube here >>>> Video Testimonials

300 Hours Dates and Tuition Investment for 2018 in Dharamsala

Full price for our 300-hour Dharamsala teacher training is $2,350 USD. If you apply early, you’ll receive up to a 25% discount. For 300 Hours training program at Dharamshala we have a $500 USD non-refundable deposit. Contact us for special discount if you are a couple or would like to join us as a group. Our ex-students who has completed their RYT200 training with us, will have additional $100 USD off their tuition fee. Prices shown below are inclusive of all the discounts and applicable only if you make payment in one go in advance.

Schedule Confirm Before Tution Fee Availability
September 2 – October 3, 2018 30th June 2018
1860
3 SLOTS LEFT

Special Note: Prices are shown in USD for better understanding only. But you MUST pay in SGD (Singapore Dollars) based on the exchange rate of XE.COM at the time of transfer. First date of the training is your official check-in day and check-out day is next day of your last date of the training (Example: If training is from 6th to 30th December 2018 then your official check in date is 6th December and official check out is 31st December 2018).

What’s included in your tuition fee

  • Tuition for 300-hour training course
  • Accommodation: Hotel-style facility. Private room with double bed and attached private bathroom with hot and cold shower. Separate yoga hall and dining room. Excellent location, away from city commotion at the feet of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas. All buildings in one campus. City of Mcleodganj, Dharamsala just 15 miles from Siddhi Yoga School
  • Three daily Indian vegetarian meals from orientation meeting to closing ceremony (Please take note that the course is intensive and our menu has been designed by professional Dr. and Nutritionist to fulfill the daily needs. We use mild spices and less oil. Ingredient and taste has been fine tuned to accommodate the majority. Most of the Indian food is suitable for Vegan and minor changes or some special request can be entertained but if you are a fussy eater and expecting customized western food and need lot of alteration, maybe this course is not for you and you should try Thailand or Bali.)
  • Yoga Manual
  • Wi-Fi Internet (Hotel is on the hills and WiFi is quite dependent on the weather. We have provided best possible Internet connectivity to fulfill your daily needs of communication. If you are expecting 24 hours very high speed Internet, you should not be here)
  • Filtered drinking water (equivalent to bottled mineral water)
  • Hot drinking water

Complimentary items for the Dharamshala training

  • Pickup from Dharamshala Airport
  • Two white Siddhi Yoga t-shirts
  • One Siddhi Yoga bag


300 Hours Dates and Tuition Investment for 2019 in Dharamsala

Full price for our 300-hour Dharamsala teacher training is $2,350 USD. If you apply early, you’ll receive up to a 25% discount. For 300 Hours training program at Dharamshala we have a $500 USD non-refundable deposit. Contact us for special discount if you are a couple or would like to join us as a group. Our ex-students who has completed their RYT200 training with us, will have additional $100 USD off their tuition fee. Prices shown below are inclusive of all the discounts and applicable only if you make payment in one go in advance.

Schedule Confirm Before Tution Fee Availability
September 1 – October 2, 2019 31st January 2019
1760
SLOTS AVAILABLE

Special Note: Prices are shown in USD for better understanding only. But you MUST pay in SGD (Singapore Dollars) based on the exchange rate of XE.COM at the time of transfer. First date of the training is your official check-in day and check-out day is next day of your last date of the training (Example: If training is from 6th to 30th December 2019 then your official check in date is 6th December and official check out is 31st December 2019).

What’s included in your tuition fee for Dharamshala, India

  • Tuition for 300-hour training course
  • Accommodation: Hotel-style facility. Private room with double bed and attached private bathroom with hot and cold shower. Separate yoga hall and dining room. Excellent location, away from city commotion at the feet of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas. All buildings in one campus. City of Mcleodganj, Dharamsala just 15 miles from Siddhi Yoga School
  • Three daily Indian vegetarian meals from orientation meeting to closing ceremony (Please take note that the course is intensive and our menu has been designed by professional Dr. and Nutritionist to fulfill the daily needs. We use mild spices and less oil. Ingredient and taste has been fine tuned to accommodate the majority. Most of the Indian food is suitable for Vegan and minor changes or some special request can be entertained but if you are a fussy eater and expecting customized western food and need lot of alteration, maybe this course is not for you and you should try Thailand or Bali.)
  • Yoga Manual
  • Wi-Fi Internet (Hotel is on the hills and WiFi is quite dependent on the weather. We have provided best possible Internet connectivity to fulfill your daily needs of communication. If you are expecting 24 hours very high speed Internet, you should not be here)
  • Filtered drinking water (equivalent to bottled mineral water)
  • Hot drinking water

Complimentary items for the Dharamshala training

  • Pickup from Dharamshala Airport
  • Two white Siddhi Yoga t-shirts
  • One Siddhi Yoga bag


Full price for our 500-hour Dharamsala teacher training is $3,980 USD. If you apply early, you’ll receive up to a 25% discount. For 500 Hours training program at Dharamshala we have a $1000 USD non-refundable deposit. Contact us for special discount if you are a couple or would like to join us as a group. Prices shown below are inclusive of all the discounts and applicable only if you make payment in one go in advance.

Schedule Confirm Before Tution Fee Availability
August 4 – October 2, 2019 31st January 2019
3057
SLOTS AVAILABLE

Special Note: Prices are shown in USD for better understanding only. But you MUST pay in SGD (Singapore Dollars) based on the exchange rate of XE.COM at the time of transfer. First date of the training is your official check-in day and check-out day is next day of your last date of the training (Example: If training is from 6th to 30th December 2019 then your official check in date is 6th December and official check out is 31st December 2019).

What’s included in your tuition fee for Dharamshala, India

  • Tuition for 500-hour training course
  • Accommodation: Hotel-style facility. Private room with double bed and attached private bathroom with hot and cold shower. Separate yoga hall and dining room. Excellent location, away from city commotion at the feet of the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas. All buildings in one campus. City of Mcleodganj, Dharamsala just 15 miles from Siddhi Yoga School
  • Three daily Indian vegetarian meals from orientation meeting to closing ceremony (Please take note that the course is intensive and our menu has been designed by professional Dr. and Nutritionist to fulfill the daily needs. We use mild spices and less oil. Ingredient and taste has been fine tuned to accommodate the majority. Most of the Indian food is suitable for Vegan and minor changes or some special request can be entertained but if you are a fussy eater and expecting customized western food and need lot of alteration, maybe this course is not for you and you should try Thailand or Bali.)
  • Yoga Manual
  • Wi-Fi Internet (Hotel is on the hills and WiFi is quite dependent on the weather. We have provided best possible Internet connectivity to fulfill your daily needs of communication. If you are expecting 24 hours very high speed Internet, you should not be here)
  • Filtered drinking water (equivalent to bottled mineral water)
  • Hot drinking water

Complimentary items for the Dharamshala training

  • Pickup from Dharamshala Airport
  • Two white Siddhi Yoga t-shirts
  • One Siddhi Yoga bag


Travel and Arrival Details

You will need to buy your international air ticket for New Delhi. From there we advise following one of two options to travel to Dharamshala, where we’ll pick you up:

Option 1:

By air : Dharamshala airport is known as Gaggal Airport. There are two flights from Delhi to Dharamshala – Air India (one flight a day) and Spicejet (one flight a day, occasionally they have a second flight). Both flights start in the morning with an hour difference. You must be at the New Delhi airport by 8AM for all flights. Airfare is between 5500 INR and 12,000 INR. The earlier you book, the more you save. Fares and availability of seats in the flight change constantly and can be checked/booked online via www.makemytrip.com or www.yatra.com. It is advisable to book through Spicejet, as their service is quite reliable and cancellations are minimal. If you choose this option, please inform us of your arrival details for Dharamshala.

Option2:

By road in air-conditioned bus: Taking a bus from Delhi to Dharamshala is much cheaper than flying. Busses start around 5PM-6PM every day and reach Dharamshala early in the morning. Bus tickets cost around 1200 INR. We can assist you to book your ticket via www.redbus.in, as the site requires a local phone no. and local card. You can pay us later upon arrival. Bus booking opens one month before the travel date. You can take a pre-paid taxi from Delhi Airport to the reach bus boarding point, Delhi.

For Option 1, we will pick you up from the Dharamshala airport; for Option 2, we will pick you up from Dharamshala bus stand.

Note: The nearest international airport to Dharamshala is Amritsar Airport. However, there is no connectivity to the Dharamshala airport from there nor AC bus service. If you plan on selecting this option, you will need to take a taxi from Amritsar, which will cost you around 5,000 INR. We can help you book a taxi if needed.

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