The demand for yoga instructors is increasing day by day as people are becoming more educated about fitness and wellness. Hence we have introduced different yoga teacher training certificate courses onsite which will be conducted by experts. All these courses are accredited and certified.

The following courses are available:
  • 200 Hours (Basic)
  • 300 Hours (Advanced)
  • 500 hours (Expert)
Syllabus for 50 hours Yoga course
  • Introduction to Yoga
  • Introducing PYS,Hatta Yoga Pradipika
  • Different streams of yoga
  • Different schools of yoga
Prerequisites for Yoga practice
  • Where
  • When
  • What to wear
  • What to eat
  • Equipments to carry
Sukshma vyayam or beginning exercises
  • Eyes
  • Neck
  • Shoulder
  • Trunk
  • Hip
  • Knees
  • Toes

Yoga Asanas

1. Standing:

a) Ardha chakrasana (Semi circle posture)

b) Tadasana (Palm tree posture)

c) Vrikshasana (Tree posture)

d) Trikonasana (Triangle pose)

e) Veerasan (Warrior pose)

f) Virabhadrasana (Victorious warrior pose)

2. Sitting:

a) Vajrasana (Thunderbolt posture)

b) Supta Vajrasana (Extended pose)

c) Simhasan (Lion pose)

d) Marjarasan (Cat pose)

e) Merudandasana (Spinal column posture)

f)Ustrasana (Camel pose)

3. Lying on the back

a) Uttana padasana (Leg lifting pse)

b) Pavan muktasan(Winding releasing pose)

c) Dronasan (Bowel pose)

d)Ardha chakrasana (Semi circle pose)

e) Sethu bandhasana(Bridge pose)

f)Matsyasana( Fish posture)

4. Lying on the stomach

a)Bhujangasana( Cobra pose)

b)Naukasana (Boat pose)

c)Salabhasana(Lacoste pose)

d)Dhanurasan (Bow pose)

  • Shitali
  • Shitkari
  • Sadanta
  • Anuom vilom
  • Bhastrika


  • IRT (Instant relaxation technique)
  • QRT (Quick relaxation technique)
  • DRT (Deep relaxation technique)