100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bangalore, india

Yoga Gangotri, Registered Yoga School with Vedic Wellness University – Florida, USA offers 100 Hours Traditional Hatha, Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bangalore, India. The chief objective for 100 hours yoga teacher training is to create awareness of yoga and help you to find joy in your practice at a pace that is convenient for you. This 100 Hours Yoga Program is structured for those exploring for short term courses.

100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course objectives

  • Develop your own personal daily practice.
  • Develop and practice daily pranayama, kriyas, mudras and dhyana.
  • Learn about the skeletal and muscular systems and how this affects your practice and your teaching.
  • Study the Patanjali Yoga Sutras and learn how to incorporate them into your daily practice and life.
  • Learn how to structure a class and then incorporate all these components into designing your own class.
  • Learn to teach a class to your peers in a small group environment.

Syllabus and Examinatin

1. Each level has its own syllabus for practice and teaching

  • Yoga Philosophy
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Physiology of Asana
  • Pancha Kosha
  • Sankhaya Darshan
  • Vedanta Darshan
  • Mantra Recitation
  • Asanas and Pranayama Practice Sessions

2. Each exam has three components

  • Theory paper : Question about asanas, pranayama, anatomy, physiology and yoga
  • Demonstration of asanas and pranayama
  • Demonstration of teaching skills


  • Learn professional facilitation skills
  • Customize adjust or modify techniques for students
  • Add themes to classes and learn workshop formats
  • Embody what you teach and empower your students to do the same.
  • Individualized training from world class teachers
  • Opens new career opportunities

Traditional yoga

The aim of traditional yoga is to restore the understanding of the essential relationship between the different limbs of yoga and to present the knowledge in its original, whole, undiluted and practical form. Working with the branches of yoga in their entirety enables the practitioner to make rapid progress both physically and mentally. Through attention to developing good health, suppleness, strength and stamina by practicing hatha yogas. An individual is prepared for the next step, the purification of the mind through Raja Yoga , the great science of Patanjali.

Hatha Yoga

The term hatha yoga has been commonly used to describe the practice of asanas ( postures ). The syllabus “ha” denotes the pranic (vital) force governing the physical body and the “tha” denotes the chitta (mental) force thus making Hatha Yoga a catalyst to an awakening of the two energies that govern our lives. More correctly the techniques described in Hatha Yoga harmtemonise and purify the Body systems and focus the mind in preparation for more advanced chakra and kundalini practices.

The Hatha Yoga systems includes asana along with the six shatkarmas( physical and mental detox techniques ), mudras and bandhas(psycho-physiological energy release techniques ) and pranayama ( pranic awakening practices). Fine tuning of the human personality at increasingly subtle levels leads to higher states of awareness and meditation.

  • Yogasanas ( Yoga Positions )
  • Six shatkarmas ( Physical and mental detox techniques )
  • Mudras and bandhas ( psycho-Physiological energy release techniques )
  • Pranayama ( pranic awakening practices )

Astanga Yoga

Yoga (Patanjali’s Astanga Yoga – Eight limb / step yoga

In Sanskrit “ Asta+anga” is Astanga. Ashta means Eight and “Anga” is limbs so it means Eight Limb path, astanga yoga is based on yoga philosophy of Patanjali. The asanas, pranayamas or the dharana which we have studied earlier or the yam and niyam are based on thenyoga sutras of patanjali. Hence, we will acquaint ourselves with the fundamentals as started by patanjali first.

History of Astanga Yoga

Yoga has its roots about 5000 years BC as described in Vedic philosophy and Tantras, Patanjali, great sage composed this path into a Darshan ( philosophy ) in his book Patanjali Yoga Sutra. In which he has formulated Yoga as a Eight Limbs or Eight Fold path.

Yoga Teacher Training - Daily Schedule

Aradhya Guruji has designed teacher training program schedule in a very balanced way that it keeps the student in contemplation of the subject throughout the day and also allows them to have the personal time. The schedule is the best integration of theory and practice of yoga. It also allows the student to stay energetic for all the classes. The daily schedule of the course as follows:


06:00 am - Wake Up


06:30 am – Warm Water


6:30am – 8:30 am Asana Practicing


08:30 am – Yogic Cleansing


09:30 am – Breakfast & Rest


0:30 am – 12:30 am Yoga Anatomy & Physiology


12:30 pm 01:00 pm Pranayama


01:00 pm 02:00 Lunch & Rest


02:00 pm 03:00 Teaching Methodology, Yoga Alignment


3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Partner Yoga


4:30 pm – Herbal Tea


04:30 pm - 06:30 – A traditional sequence


07:00 pm – Veda & Shloka practice, Dhyana


08:00 – Dinner


08:30 Nidra

100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

What does the course fees include?

  • 30 Days Accommodation
  • Daily nutritious vegetarian meals and herbal tea
  • Grama Darshan: - Weekend services at rural area
  • Course materials will be provided (books, yoga mat, cleansing kit)
  • South Karnataka tour to historical places Belur, Halebeedu, Sravanabelagola, Mysore, Bangalore

Yoga Course Principles and Guideline

  • Teaching starts from early in the morning.
  • Respectful behavior is mandatory at all times on and off the premises.
  • Respect the rules and regulations of Yoga Gangotri
  • Course fees are non-refundable.
  • Non veg. food, smoking and drinking alcohol are not allowed on Yoga Gangotri premises.

General Rules

  • Silence should be maintained between 10 PM until the morning.
  • Regular home work should be completed.
  • All classes are mandatory to attend unless you are ill.
  • As a part of the evaluation procedure there will be an assessment for certification.
  • Yoga Gangotri reserves the right to disqualify any students at anytime during the course for misconduct.
  • Eating and drinking (anything other than water) is NOT ALLOWED in the yoga halls.
  • Use of electronic gadgets (i.e., mobile phones, laptops, tablets) during lectures is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
  • During asana practice leave all jewelry, books, extra clothing, book bags and purses in your room. Only yoga mat and water bottles permitted in yoga hall.
  • Management expects all students to clear your practice space immediately following your practices.


The Yoga Gangotri Trust is a non-profit organization registered under the Trust Act.
It is headed by Sri. Aradhya who is a Yoga Teacher
from the world renowned
Swamy Vivekananda Yoga Anusandana Samsthana (SVYASA)


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