300 Hour Yoga TTC

300-Hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh

The Swara Yoga School in Rishikesh offers advanced Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teacher training courses. You must have an RYS 200 certificate from the previous course in order to enroll in the RYS300-Hour Yoga course since the curriculum expands on the ideas you previously studied and put into practice during your 200-Hour Yoga TTC. Yoga instructors with the RYT 200 designation can enroll in the RYS 300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training. The 300-hour yoga program aids in building a magnificent edifice on the basis laid by the 200-hour program for students. A person's personality changes as a result of a deeper grasp of yoga, becoming an inspiring teacher. You will learn advanced yoga teaching techniques from it. After completing 300 hours, you will be able to clearly and confidently instruct beginning, intermediate, and advanced students. It makes it possible for you to become an RYT500 and generates a new opportunity that allows you to teach anywhere in the world

Yoga Teacher Training India - Affordable Price

Shared Room : $1200 $1100

  • Daily Yoga Classes
  • Yoga Alliance Certified
  • SHARED Accommodation (AC)
  • Organic and Yogic Meals
  • Free Yoga Material
  • Wi-Fi
  • Ganga Aarti / 1 Excursion

Private Room : $1500 $1300

  • Daily Yoga Classes
  • Yoga Alliance Certified
  • Private Accommodation (AC)
  • Organic and Yogic Meals
  • Free Yoga Material
  • Wi-Fi
  • Ganga Aarti / 1 Excursion

Yoga Teacher Training India

Course Dates

Course Date
Shared Accommodation
Private Accommodation
1 Sep to 30 Sep 2023
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Oct to 30 Oct 2023
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Nov to 30 Nov 2023
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Dec to 30 Dec 2023
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Jan to 30 Jan 2024
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Feb to 2 Mar 2024
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Mar to 30 Mar 2024
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 Apr to 30 Apr 2024
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD
1 May to 30 May 2024
Shared Room : 1200 USD
1100 USD
Private Room : 1500 USD
1300 USD

Daily Schedule

Time Activity
05:00 Morning bell
05:30 - 06:00 Morning tea
06:00 - 06:30 Pranayama & Shatkarma
06:30 - 08:30 Vinyasa Flow Yoga
08:30 - 09:30 Breakfast
09:30 - 10:30 Anatomy and Physiology
11:00 - 12:30 Yoga Philosophy
12:30 - 13:00 Lunch
13:15 - 14:45 Study Time and Relax
15:00 - 16:00 Postures Alignment
16:00 - 17:30 Ashtanga Yoga Asana
18:00 - 19:00 Meditation/Mantra Chanting
19:15 - 20:15 Dinner time
20:15 - 21:45 Self Study - Rest time
22:00 Sleep (Light Closed)

300-hour yoga teacher training

Syllabus And Curriculum

There is currently a significant amount of misinformation regarding the practices of yoga. Yoga philosophy must directly reference the treatises in order to be connected to tradition. Students will be able to comprehend and appreciate yoga's classical literature in this class. Yoga philosophy takes a holistic approach to life. It incorporates a figuring out nature of presence, man and his part in examining genuine self. The yogic texts listed below make up the 300-hour philosophy:

The yoga sutra of Patanjali:

Patanjali has presented a very scientific and practical explanation of the philosophy and practice of yoga in the Yoga Sutras. The Eight Limbs of Yoga, also known as Ashtanga yoga, is described in a crucial section of the book, and it offers practical guidelines for attaining the ultimate state of consciousness. The 200-hour discourse will be retold in the form of discourse, and it will go into detail about the important sutras, including a discussion of the final two chapters.

Hatha yoga Pradipika

This is an exemplary text on Hatha Yoga composed by Yogi Swatmarama. The text's instructions are extremely helpful for understanding the body's mechanics and directing the energies in a harmonious direction. One can prepare for a higher possibility by restoring equilibrium between the sun (Ha) and the moon (Tha). Some of the topics are as follows:

  • Presentation Of Yoga
  • Relationship between Hatha yoga and Raja yoga
  • Significance of Hathayoga
  • Hathayogi ancestry
  • Disastrous and productive parts of yoga
  • Techniques for Hatha Yoga Practice and Yogic eating routine
  • Relationship between Hatha yoga and Raja yoga

Gheranda Samhita

Gheranda Samhita and Hathayoga Pradipika are two of the more seasoned primary Hatha Yoga texts accessible in India. Gone back years and years, they are as yet concentrated on grasping the remedial part of Hatha Yoga. The Hathayoga rehearses portrayed in Gheranda Samhita is known as Ghatayoga, which depicts the human body as a dirt pot and the acts of Hathayoga as the means by which one shapes the mud, seals the breaks in the wet mud and cements the pot through the fire of one's own focused practice. Some of the topics are as follows:

  • An overview of the Gheranda Samhita
  • The seven steps of Ghatayoga
  • The advantages of Ghatayoga
  • Methods of purification
  • The classification of asanas and their advantages
  • A comparison of Hatha yoga and Ghatayoga.


The insights that the yogis gained are referred to as the Upanishads, which are defined as "to sit with oneself" or "to sit in the presence of the master." Wisdom as a means of liberation is discussed. This is the end part of the Vedas, and the subject of yoga is introduced in a conversational structure. The Upanishads' discussion of yoga is very easy to understand. During the study of the Upanishads, the quality of discrimination between real and unreal is revealed. Concentrating on the Upanishads assists the expert with executing yoga in their day-to-day routines. The inquiry, "Ko Ham?" is sparked by an examination of the Upanishads. Who am I?

The 300-hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in Spiritual Anatomy and Physiology

It teaches a thorough understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human organ systems that are essential to one's yogic practice. It also discusses the connection between human anatomy, physiology, chakra, and kosha. Also discussed is the connection between the psycho-philosophical nature of the human organ systems and their physiology.

Solid Framework

Ligaments and tendons, muscle classification, histology, properties, distribution, muscle contraction mechanism, and neuromuscular transmission

Skeletal Framework

Types of bones, their structure and function, joints, the spine, and restrictions at the end field

The Immune and Lymphatic Systems

The lymphatic system's functions, major and accessory organs (lymph, lymph nodes, spleen, tonsils, thymus, and capillaries), and blood corpuscles' composition (platelets, red blood cells, and white blood cells). Plasma, lymph, haemoglobin, blood coagulation and anticoagulants, blood groups and their significance, the lymphatic system, types of immunity, and the immune system's mechanism relationship between pranamaya kosha and the lymphatic system.

Cardiovascular framework

Major and accessory organs of the cardiovascular system (the heart, blood vessels—veins, arteries). Control of the cardiac cycle and circulation, cardiac output, blood pressure, and heart rate, as well as the properties of cardiac muscle The cardiovascular system's connection to the annamaya kosha.

The System of Breathing

Major organs of the respiratory system (nasal cavity, trachea, lungs, bronchioles, bronchiole trees, alveolar sacs, diaphragm, and muscles in the chest, shoulders, and back) Breathing's mechanism, gas exchange, pulmonary function tests, lung volume, and breathing control Relationship of respiratory framework to annamaya kosha.

Organs of digestion

Major and accessory organs of the digestive system (the mouth, salivary glands, tongue, oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, and small and large intestines). Gastric juice, bile, intestinal secretions, enzymes from the pancreas, and saliva. The function of these secretions is in food digestion, nutrient absorption and assimilation, and faeces excretion. The connection between the digestive system and the annamaya kosha.

The Hormonal System

Major and accessory organs of the endocrine system (thyroid, parathyroid, hypothalamus, thalamus, adrenal glands, hippocampus, pituitary gland, and reproductive glands) perform their functions. The hormones produced by these glands and how they affect the body's hypoactivity and hyperactivity. Role of insulin in the metabolism of glucose. Relationship of endocrine framework to manomaya kosha.

System of Nerves

Major and accessory organs of the nervous system (the brain, spinal column, cranial nerves, and spinal nerves). Gross life structures of the cerebrum: spinal cord, cerebellum, and cerebellum. Physiology and significant associations of the frontal cortex, pons, medulla, thalamus, nerve center pineal organ, pituitary organ, and cerebellum. Physiology of Substantial Sensory System and Autonomic Sensory System: Nervous System (Parasympathetic and Sympathetic).Manomayaa kosha and the nervous system's connection.

Method of reproduction

All of an organism's anatomical organs involved in amphimixis are made by the genital system, also known as the reproductive system. Numerous non-living substances, such as fluids, hormones, and pheromones, are crucial components of the organs engaged with creating posterity. This method involves the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, and vagina in women. It includes the penis, testicles, and prostate in men.

300 Hours Yoga Asana and Pranayama Practice Sessions

Cleansing practices

  • Kapalbhati
  • Neti
  • Tratak

Dynamic Yoga postures

  • Pawanmuktasana series
  • Marjari asana
  • Vyaghrasana
  • Surya Namaskar

Standing Yoga postures

  • Tadasana
  • Utkatasana
  • Padhastasana
  • Trikonasana
  • Parivrtta Trikonasana
  • Parshwakonasana
  • Parivrtta parshwakonasana
  • Veerbhadrasana I
  • Veerbhadrasana II
  • Veerbhadrasana III
  • Ardh chandrasana
  • Parsvottanasana
  • Prasarita padottanasana

Inverted Yoga postures

  • Sirsasana
  • Sarvangasana
  • Halasana
  • Pincha mayurasana
  • Adho mukha vrkshasana

Backbend Yoga postures

  • Bhujangasana
  • Shalabhasana
  • Dhanurasana
  • Matsyasana
  • Ushtrasana
  • Kandhrasana
  • Chakrasana
  • Gomukhasana
  • Setu asana
  • Rajkapotasana

Forward bend Yoga postures

  • Paschimotanasana
  • Janusirasana
  • Ardh padam paschimotanasana
  • Padprasar paschimotanasana
  • Adho mukha svanasana

Twisting Yoga postures

  • Ardh matsyendra asana
  • Parivritti janu sirshasana
  • Kati chakrasana

Balancing Yoga postures

  • Vrkshasana
  • Bak dhayan asana
  • Mayurasana
  • Natraj asana
  • Garudasana

Relaxation Yoga postures

  • Shashankasana
  • Makarasana
  • Savasana

Breathing Yoga postures

  • Yogic Breathing
  • Nadi shodhan
  • Kapalbhati
  • Bhastrika
  • Ujjayi
  • Bhramari

Meditative Yoga postures

  • Sukhasana
  • Padamasana
  • Vajrasana

Meditational Yoga postures

  • Breath awareness
  • Tratak
  • Yog Nidra
  • Mantra chanting
  • Yantra drawing

Yog Mudras

  • Anjali Mudra
  • Chin Mudra
  • Jnana Mudra
  • Poorna Mudra