200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Dharamsala
Yoga is the combination of physical, spiritual and mental practices, which originated in India almost 3000 years ago. The primary motive of yoga is to help people to achieve their highest potential and experience a healthy and happy life.
200-hour yoga teacher training in Dharamsala offers knowledge and ideas about Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Vinyasa Flow yoga, Hatha, Yin and other traditional styles of yoga performed with props. Our program is designed in a very sophisticated way to improve your yoga skills and practices. We are dedicated to building your self-confidence so that you can establish your style in the field of yoga teaching. This course is best for beginners, practitioners and travel goers who come to India for expedition but get an opportunity to learn different styles of yoga in just 28 days.
Other than Dharamsala, we provide Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in Rishikesh and Multi-Style Yoga in Goa and other parts of India retreat.
Why Learn Yoga in Dharamsala?
Dharamsala, in the northern region of Himachal Pradesh is a place for learning Buddhism and yoga. This is a treasure trove for peace seeker, as the place is nestled in the deep valleys of Himalayan Mountains, covered with dense forest, waterfalls and breathtaking views of Himachal Pradesh. The location is a dwelling for pure spiritual energy and abundance of greenery. That’s we have our, yoga retreat centre in the holy land of Tibetian exile, where Dalai Lama have taken refugee and spread his Buddhist preaching’s. The small city of Dharamsala immerse yourself in a peaceful environment where you can connect with yoga physically and spiritually.
When is the Best Time to Visit?
Located in the enthralling Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamsala offers a great visit in the summer months. Between April to June, the temperature lies in between 22 degree centigrade to 35 degree centigrade, which is favourable for learning yoga and do other activities. Monsoon arrives between July to September, and are quite rainy and cloudy. Winters are chilling, and temperature steeps to 4 to 7 degree centigrade. October to March are cold, and the month of January receives snowfall. So, summers are quite cool and comfortable for learning yoga in India.
How to Reach Dharamsala Yoga Retreat Center?
The small city of Dharamsala is easily connected via rail, road and air routes.
Domestic and International airport – Dharamsala has a domestic airport in Gaggal, which is 15kms away from Dharamsala. This place is connected to all major cities of India – Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai etc. If you are travelling from outside, you catch flight to these places and then add a connecting flight to Gaggal airport. You can book a private cab from or ask us for shuttle pick-up service.
By train – Pathankot is the nearest railway station to Dharamsala. This place is 85kms away, so you can book a cab or taxi to reach there.
By Road – For Dharamsala, there are number of bus services from Pathankot(88km), Jalandhar(193km), Amritsar(200km), Shimla(241km) and Delhi (490km).
Common Highlights of 200 hours yoga teacher training course in Dharamsala
200 Hours Intensive Yoga Program
This is a 28 days residential course in Dharamsala for Beginners as well as level 1 practitioners. This four weeks course includes installed with 32 Yogic Asanas of Vinyasa and Ashtanga Primary Series, such as Flow, Pranayama -Vinyasa flow, and much more. We can help you experience the richness of Indian yogic philosophy, the human body, anatomy and physiology, spirituality through meditations and mantra chantings.
Learn from Yoga Masters
We have highly skilled yoga trainers from all parts of the world. Our trainers are well-versed in teaching yoga practices in the most proficient ways. Learn about Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Vinyasa Flow yoga, Hatha, Yin and other traditional styles of yoga under the guidance of experts, who will teach you the real meaning doing every practice. If you find anything confusing, such as the posture and positions or anything in betweem, our yoga masters will work on to improve them in the correct direction. Feel free to get in touch with them!
Isolated Environment to learn yoga
We run our yoga retreat center in the lush green vegetation of Himalayan Mountains. We own a peaceful retreat where students can unwind and learn yoga. Our 200 hours yoga program runs for 28 days, we provide accommodation for all students. Students can get single Private Room with attached Bath, Hot & Cold Shower, Wi-Fi, Washing machine to clean your laundry and Iron board to Ironing your cloth. We also have a laundry service on a pay per clothing.
Food – 100% Vegetarian
Our yoga training school believes vegetarian food to be good for health and mind. In fact, this is verified and proven by medical science as well. We serve three meals a day – Breakfast, Lunch and dinner. Your morning will start with a hot cup of herbal tea instead of a milk tea. Then, you will have breakfast which includes Fruits, Porridge, poha, Chila or sort of noodles. In Lunch and dinner, we serve rice, Chapati, Lentils, Vegetables. On any special occasion, we serve you Paneer mixed vegetables, which is Dairy so you can avoid it. This is regular food chart for students in the yoga school. From Monday to Saturday, this is the food menu, however Sundays are free. We do not serve any food on Sunday; you can have food from outside.
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification
Once the course is completed, we provide a valid certification from Yoga Alliance to our students, confirming their eligibility, skill, and knowledge about yoga. This can help them to open their own yoga ashram or retreat center where they can train other students. We aim to produce trustworthy, skilled and verified trainer from our yoga courses.
Daily Schedule Sample at Yoga Teacher Training School in Dharamsala
Facilities Provided to the Students
Check out the list of facilities available to every student –
- Single Private Room with attached Bathroom (Hot and Cold Shower)
- Yoga manual
- Yoga mat to practice
- 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner), except for Sunday Dinner
- 24*7 filtered water available
- 2-time teas (Morning Herbal Tea and at Teatime)
- Toilet papers and toiletries are not provided
- Free washing machines are available for laundry (bring your washing powder)
- 1 Free Ayurvedic Body Massage
- Study materials and course book
- Shatkarma or Cleansing Tools are available for use
- A couple of local sightseeing on weekends
- Last 2 Sundays of the program are free
- Iron board for ironing clothes
- Laundry service provided on a pay per clothing policy.
How to Register for the Course?
If you find our training interesting for future endeavours, kindly get in touch with us now!
Fill all required fields and send to us on firstname.lastname@example.org .
For further queries, you can also call us on +917428412108
- Arrival- it is advised to reach our retreat 1 day in advance of the course starting date. For which, we offer 1-day complimentary stay.
- Visa- Apply for E-Tourist visa as there is no other visa is applicable to join our Yoga Teachers Training. It is advised to apply for E-Tourist Visa at least 20 Days in advance. Refer to the link given below for applying for a visa- https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html
- Fees payment- It is mandatory to pay the balance fees before starting the course; otherwise, your admission will be refused.
- Cancellation Policy- Advance deposit is non-refundable. But it can be transferred within a year from the date of enrollment (Condition applied*). You can also transfer from one course to another month’s course only if there is availability. To get the transfer, a minimum of 4 Weeks advance notice is required.
Frequently Asked Question and Answers
What to pack?
You should bring set of comfortable clothing with all other essentials that you carry with you while traveling. Keep important toiletries with you such as shampoo, soap, brush, paste and etc. Carry warm clothes, raincoat or umbrella. Pack torch, alarm clock, books that you wish to read, sunscreen and mosquito repellant cream.
Some information about the type of vaccination required for a foreign traveler
Travelling to India can expose you to several types of water-borne, air-borne, food, mosquito and others. You need to take some vaccination against them. The CDC and WHO recommends foreign travelers to get vaccine to Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Cholera, yellow Fever, Meningitis, Polio, Measles, influenza, Chickenpox, Pneumonia, and more. Taking vaccines before coming to India can reduce the effect of many diseases.
Do i have an access to internet?
Yes, we have wi-fi facility. But, we suggest students to avoid using it.
Books to read
Patanjali Yog Sutra (Ashtanga Yoga) Yoga Mala by K.Patabhi Jois, Four Chapter of Freedom by Bihar School of Yoga, Hatha Yoga Pradipika from Bihar School of Yoga, Asana Pranayama,Mudra Bandha by Swami Satyananda Saraswati – by Bihar School of Yoga. Light on Pranayama by B.K.S. IYENGAR, Light on Yoga – B.k.s Iyenger , Anatomy by David Keil and Leslie Kaminoff… Meditation from the Tantras – Bihar School of Yoga, Meditation and Mantras by Swami Vasudeva Nanda – Bihar School of Yoga. Ancient Sages by Swami Satyamayananda -Advita Ashram Kolkata.