200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Bangalore

In the magnificent setting of the ‘Garden City’ commence the soulful escapade of yogic wisdom under the esteemed guidance of venerated Shwaasa Guru, Shri Vachananand Ji. Get yourself introduced to the world of spirituality and wellness by submerging deep into the holistic learning of yoga. Delve deeper with the transformative course of 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Bangalore.

Step into the world of yogic enlightenment with us and evolve into an eminent yoga teacher and ardent practitioner.

Yoga Teacher Training in Bangalore, India

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Bangalore, India is the beginner level program which is a well-embodied course that includes learning and practice of all the major subjects of yoga. Shwaasa is an ideal platform to pursue the transformative voyage in Bangalore and avail yogic knowledge in its finest and truest form.

What’s So Special About the Training?

The comprehensive course of yoga training offers a wholesome experience providing the benefits for the body, mind, and spirit. 200 Hour Yoga Training is the beginner level course, and a person doesn’t need any prior professional experience to enrol but a little bit of yoga experience can be beneficial. The program enhances your knowledge of yoga in every aspect and lets you bathe in the river of spirituality. In India’s most amiable town, Bangalore, join the reformative course of yoga to deepen the practice of the ancient science of life.

Yoga Alliance Affiliation Manifest Credibility

The 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Shwaasa is Yoga Alliance accredited. After the completion of the course, participants are provided with the 200 RYT certificate and are eligible to teach at any location across the globe as well as get registered with Yoga Alliance USA.

Course Curriculum

Yoga enthusiasts join the course with different aims and aspirations, some want to be a yoga teacher while others desire to perceive a deeper yogic knowledge. Whatever the intention and goals, they surely get fulfilled at Shwaasa in Bangalore with yoga teacher training.

The curriculum of the program is the way to get started and is designed keeping in mind the standard of yoga alliance by the renowned yoga teachers and traditional gurus.

Highlights of the Curriculum

  • Get acquainted with the deeper knowledge of Yoga’s history with the detailed study of Yoga Philosophy.
  • Introduction to the various asana types along with detailed knowledge of the asanas both practically and theoretically.
  • Know more about the Human body and understand its working with the study of an anatomical structure during Yoga Anatomy session.
  • The prime focus of the training shall be on the traditional yogic teachings of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Karma Yoga, and more.
  • Learn about the crucial role of respiration in the body, and know how to control breath during Pranayama practice.
  • Go through the understanding of the yogic way of life with Shwaasa Guru by studying various ancient texts and yogic scriptures including Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and more.
  • Prevent injuries and pursue a safer and correct practice, and bring in perfection with the study of Adjustment and Alignment.
  • Learn and practice the art of bringing the mind into a state of calmness and body into relaxation with Meditation.
  • Engage in availing the practical knowledge of being a Yoga Teacher during the well-guided sessions of Teaching Methodology.
  • Learn about the yoga ethics and principles of yoga and implement the same in your life.
  • Get illuminated under the spiritual light of the holistic practice during various spiritual activities.
  • The training also bestows you with the knowledge of Ayurveda, the way of Sattvic living, and about its healing power.
  • Get well aware of the internal yogic cleansing and purification process with Shat Kriya study.

Sample Schedule

  • 05:30 am- 06:00 am

    Ginger/ Herbal Tea

  • 06:00 am- 07:30 am

    Hatha Yoga

  • 07:45 am- 08:45 am

    Pranayama- Breathing Practices

  • 09:00 am- 10:00 am

    Breakfast

  • 10:30 am- 11:30 am

    Yoga Anatomy

  • 11:45 am- 12:45 pm

    Mantra/ Adjustment & Alignment

  • 01:00 pm- 02:00 pm

    Lunch

  • 02:00 pm- 03:00 pm

    Rest

  • 03:00 pm- 04:00 pm

    Yoga Philosophy/ Ayurveda

  • 04:15 pm- 07:15 pm

    Meditation and Relaxation

  • 07:30 pm- 08:30 pm

    Dinner

  • 08:30 pm- 10:00pm

    Self Study/ Journaling

Accommodation and Other Facilities

The quaint setting of our Shwaasa’s accommodation makes you experience ashram life amidst the delightful ambiance of nature. The Shwaasa yoga school complex imitates a Vedic-Style ashram that makes you feel at home while facilitating all the basic amenities with well-furnished rooms. Relish every moment of your stay and have leisure hours while adoring the awe-striking beauty of nature sitting in the mesmeric garden of the school compound.

Healthy Food for Proper Nourishment

After the intense and rigorous training, nurture your soul and refuel the body with extremely nutritious and appetizing food offered at the school thrice daily. Prepared from fresh farm produce by the trained Ayurveda chefs, the meal is vegetarian in nature, completely sattvic and healthy. Along with the meals, herbal drinks are also served for a well-rounded nourishment of the mind and body.

Meet Our Eminent Teachers

Kavitha Hangargi

Specialist- Hatha Yoga and Pranayama

Kavitha Ji was being born and raised in a spiritually well-established family in Karnataka, and her upbringing was instilled with the teaching and values of Basavanna - who is one of the greatest saints in 12th-century. Kavitha Ji spends most of her early days in her hometown embodied with the spiritual environment that helped her with her spiritual studies and inspired her to pursue the same path at such a young age.

Urashima

Specialist- Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Adjustment & Alignment and Meditation

Since two decades now, Urashima has been dedicated to the practice and teaching of the holistic art of yoga. He completed yoga training from Sivananda Ashram, Neyyar Dam and Yoga Darsanam, Mysore. He aims at spreading the yogic wisdom and light of spirituality across the country and to farther places of Europe, Russia, and Denmark- during yoga festivals. He also runs a Yogshala in Kovalam, Kerala, where he was a yoga teacher under Dr. Unni’s Agastyaa’s Heritage Ayurvedic center for four years.

What You will Experience

  • Intense and profound knowledge of authentic and traditional yoga.
  • Connect with the self in a better way.
  • Profound calm, peace and confidence in your abilities.
  • Broaden the doorways of knowledge with yoga workshops.
  • You acquire a Beginner-Intermediate skill level.
  • Deep spirituality with practices like Satsang and Kirtan.
  • A well-rested stay and delectable Sattvic foods.

What is Included in the Course Fee?

  • The 28 Days of training includes ashram style accommodation, Sattvic meals and study materials.
  • Attached bathrooms with other basic facilities for a well-rested stay.
  • You will be awarded a Yoga Alliance Certification that marks your credibility as a registered yoga teacher.
  • Workshops and extra activities.

Excursion

Yoga Training at Shwaasa in Bangalore proves to be an ideal decision crediting to the city being diverse and blessed with the finest treasures from the ancient times. The feature allures many and during your training, you can also enjoy the same under the excursion facilities.

Excursion or visit to the local sites is the perfect way of satiating the wanderer in you, and also gives an opportunity to gain broader insight of practical yogic knowledge and cultural exploration. We offer the facility to our students but the expenses are not covered under the fee structure.

Here are the places you can visit:

Sanskrit Village: Mattur is a quaint village near Bangalore nestled on the banks of the Tunga River and is famously known as the Sanskrit Village of India. This is so because a major part of the locals here uses the Sanskrit language to communicate. The residents are credited for keeping this age-old language alive, generation after generation. Here you witness the glimpse of ancient India in modern times, and the best time to visit the place is from November to March. The place is 300 Km away from Bangalore city and is ideal for a day visit.

Chitradurga Fort: Another beatific place for a one day trip, and is one of the largest forts in the state. Around 200 km away from Bangalore, the place is ideal for those who love history, ancient exploration and heritage sites. The walls and architecture tell how the fort is used to protect the area from the enemies. One of the main attractions of the fort is the secret opening to enter the fort - Obbavana Khindi. You can also visit Chandravali Cave which is 5km away from the fort.

Hampi: An ancient village in the Karnataka state, Hampi is around 350 km away from Bangalore. Hampi is renowned for its numerous ruined temple complexes from the Empire of Vijayanagara. Visit 7th Century Vrupaksha Temple settled on the banks of the River Tungabhadra and is near to revived Hampi Bazaar. Also witness the beautiful craved stone chariot in front of the Vittala Temple, and take a quick visit to Daroji Bear Sanctuary to witness some amazing wildlife.

Harihara: Harihara is again an ancient city where we have another yoga ashram. It is famous for its Harihareshwara temple, popularly known by the name, Dakshina Kashi. The place is named after a Hindu syncretic deity, combining two gods, Hari and Hara (Vishnu and Shiva). The place is famous for ancient activities like Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda, and also for Raghavendra Mutt. Here you can explore plenty of famous ancient temples and also visit places like Mother Mary’s Church, Kondajji, Rainbennur Blackbuck Sanctuary, Dargha like Hazarat Chaman Shah Wali Dargha, Hazarat Ahmed Shah Wali Mohmood Shah Wali Dargha and Hazarat Naadband Shah Wali Baba Dargah.

How to Reach Us

By Airways

You can reach Bangalore International Airport (Kempegowda International Airport) and from there you can take a cab to our ashram.

By Train

Located in the central part of the city, the Bangalore railways station is connected to all the major cities of India. The following are some of the most widely used trains to reach Bangalore - From Chennai (Mysore Express), from Delhi (Karnataka Express), from Mumbai (Udayan Express) and more.

By Bus

Plenty of national highways connect to Bangalore and buses ply from all the major cities of southern India to Bangalore.

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