We have developed a special 200 hours of yoga teacher training in Varkala to train beginners and professionals from all around the world. Our yoga classes comprise of active and powerful yoga practices known as Astanga Vinyasa Yoga Primary series and Hatha yoga. It helps in building more confidence in every aspect of life. We have a specially built retreat center in “Gods own Country” with a picturesque backdrop of tropical coastline, tranquil temples, ashrams and ayurvedic treatments to accommodate students in a peaceful environment for 28 days.
Our main motto is to train and guide enthusiastic learners about the classical approach of yoga in a traditional way. We provide complete details about the history, philosophy, and anatomy of different yogic styles and impact of asanas on different parts of the human body. Our course builds the stepping stone to become a professional yoga trainer.
An Overview – Yoga Teacher Training Program
This is a multi-style yoga teacher training program based on Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin yoga with props to transform the life of students by practical experiences. We include other traditional yoga practices with props to emphasize the beneficiary aspects of yoga on body and mind. We train you about meditation, chanting and basic rituals of cleansing to purify your soul. The prime aim objective is to prepare future teachers both physically and spiritually.
Want to become an internationally certified yoga teacher trainer?
Join our intensive yoga teacher training program for 200 hours only! Master the basic and advance skills of traditional Indian yoga practices with well-trained yoga practitioners in the beautiful city of Varkala, Kerela.
Yoga Retreat Location – Varkala
There is no other place on earth that can compete with the beauty and eccentricity of Varkala, India. Sitting within the south Indian state of Kerala, this famous retreat center draws tourists from India and abroad due its stunning Varkala Beach, red cliffs and palm trees. The enthralling beauty of beautiful beaches and countryside on your door step brings the best of both worlds. Despite being popular among tourists, Varkala retains its essential status as a temple town. That is the reason; this city boasts the rich cultural and traditional heritage of India. You will find a great depth of spiritual knowledge here.
When is the best time to visit Varkala?
Varkala is best to explore in the season of winter, from December to February. It is hot and humid in the summers. Heavy rainfall covers in rainy months, but the winters are mild and pleasant. So, the best season is winter for a yoga training session.