Namaste to all, we at Himalayan Yoga Association are offering 100 hours hatha/ vinyasa flow / Ashtanga based yoga teacher training, it is self-paced yoga course where you get minimum 30 Days to maximum 3 months to complete this course, course includes pre-recorded and live Zoom Yoga sessions on each topic of each subject with clear explanation and demonstration from great teachers, You can play all the classes even in low internet speed, its completely real learning experience from us to your space, its great opportunity for all of you to complete 100 hours yoga course in very reasonable price with one of the top yoga school of Rishikesh, join us today.
100 hours yoga course is part of 200 hours yoga course, it’s for those who don’t want to complete the 200 hours in one time so we give them an option to complete 200 hours in two parts, first semester and 2nd semester, after completing 1st 100 hours you can join us any time to complete 2nd 100 hours program to get the certification of 200 hours certified yoga teacher training course which makes you able to teach anywhere in the world as a Himalayan Yoga Association certified yoga teacher.
In case if you would like to complete 2nd 100 hours in school premises instead of online at Himalayan Yoga Association so we are giving you that option too, you can choose yourself whether you want to do 2nd 100 hours course online or offline.
Once you complete your 1st 100 hours online teacher training program, you can join us any time for our 2nd 100 hour online program so that you can complete the whole 200 hours.
What is included ?
Daily schedule of Live zoom classes ( Monday to Saturday) according IST Indian standard time.
Advantages of Becoming the part of the Himalayan yoga family
Classes recording by great teachers.
You will also get free life-time membership with Himalayan yoga association & its branches.
You will be eligible for 10% discount in our all off-line courses.
Opportunity to work with us as the assistant teacher.
Opportunity to work with us as the lead teacher.
Opportunity to work with us as the volunteer on our world-wide retreat programs.
72 contact hours with pre-recorded sessions.
8 elective hours of assignment
20 non-contact hours of self-practice
You can join the course at any-time to start it, all you need is to write us an email then we will write you back about the next steps, so book your seat today to start your yogic journey with Himalayan yoga association.
Course Fee- After Flat 50% OFF
200$ 100 USD for International students. 14,000 INR 7000 Rupees for Indian students.
In order to book for the course participant is required to deposit course fees, the course is 7000 Rupees for Indian Participants & 100 USD for International Participants, you can pay your course fees via google pay, phone pay, Paytm, razor pay, bank transfer, transfer-wise, western union for more visit our payment page- https://onlinecourse.himalayanyogaashram.com/courses-payment/
Complimentary 7 Days Beginners/Intermediate Workshop’s (Choose any one)
Ashtanga Series Introduction
Vinyasa Flow – Introduction
Philosophy – Introduction
Anatomy – Introduction to Anatomy
Pranayama – Introduction
Meditation – What is Mantra?
Meditation – What is meditation?
Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Beginner
Philosophy – Summary of Yoga
Anatomy – Directional Term of anatomy
Ashtanga Series – Sun Salutation A
Pranayama – Benefits
Meditation – Yoga Nidra
Meditation – Shanti Mantra
Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Intermediate
Philosophy – Evolution of Yoga
Anatomy – Introduction to Skeleton
Ashtanga Series Sun Salutation B
Pranayama – General Guidelines
Meditation – Dynamic Meditation
Meditation – Roles of Concentration
Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (B)
Philosophy – Introduction of Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Anatomy – Bone Anatomy
Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 1
Pranayama – Mudras
Meditation – Om Meditation
Meditation – Mantra Meditation
Vinyasa Flow 1 + Warm Up Session
Philosophy – Introduction to Raj Yoga
Anatomy – Important Name of Human Skeleton System
Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 2
Pranayama – Naadi & Sitting Posture
Meditation – Mantra Maouna
Vinyasa Flow 2 with Sun Salutation A & Sun Salutation B
Philosophy – Objectives of Yoga
Anatomy – Angular Movement
Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 3
Pranayama – Jal Neti Shatkarma
Meditation – Trataka
Meditation – Andr Bahir
Vinyasa Flow 3 – Standing Posture
Philosophy – Obstacles of Mind
Anatomy – Introduction of joints & functions of all joints
Pranayama – Yogic Breathing
Ashtanga Series – Standing Sequence 4
Meditation – Ajapa Japa
Vinyasa Flow 4 – Leg Balancing Posture & Arm Balancing
Philosophy – Introduction Karma Yoga
Anatomy – Synovial
Ashtanga Series Standing Vinyasa Jump
Pranayama – Kapalbhati
Meditation – Body
Vinyasa Flow 5 – Hip Opening
Philosophy – Introduction to Trigunas
Anatomy – Types of Synovial Joints
Ashtanga Series Sitting Vinyasa Jump
Pranayama – Naadi Sodhna
Meditation – Nada Meditation
Vinyasa Flow 6 – Back Bending
Anatomy – Types of Cartilage
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 1
Pranayama – Ujjai Breathing
Philosophy – 8 Limbs of Yoga
Meditation – Shanti Mantra
Vinyasa Flow 7 – Inversion
Pranayama – Bhastrika
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 2
Meditation – What is Mantra?
Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel
Pranayama – Bhramri
Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 1
Meditation – Why should we meditate?
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 3
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 4
Anatomy – Ankle Joint
Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 2
Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 5
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 6
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 7
Anatomy – Wrist Joint
Anatomy – Types of Muscles
Anatomy – Types of Muscles Contraction
Anatomy – Muscular System and Function
Anatomy – Major Muscles
Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 3
Anatomy – Elbow Joint
Anatomy – Knee Anatomy
Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Action’s
Anatomy – Spine
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 8
Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 9