Yoga Teacher Training Course

Due to day-to-day increase in the demand of Yoga schedules/ classes, the constant need of well qualified Yoga teachers has been always felt through out the world.

Since last 25 years a well planned 3 months yoga teacher training course has been developed for the persons who aspire to take up Yoga teaching as a part-time or full-time profession. This is result-oriented and job-oriented. The course deals with practical and theoretical aspects of Yoga and its teaching methodology.

Eligibility

S.S.C (Matric) or its equivalent with minimum 18 years of age (relaxed to 16 years for the students with minimum 3 years of Yoga practice). The candidate should be physically and mentally fit to perform Yoga exercises and also should be receptive regarding the Training course.

There is no restriction of Caste, Religion, Faith, Sex, Mother tongue, Nationality etc. However the management reserves its right to give admission/expulsion on disciplinary grounds.

Fees

The prescribed fee is payable in advance every month which will be non-refundable and non-transferable.

How to apply

The form available at the Kendra should be duly filled, signed and submitted along with Xerox copy of SSC Marks Memorandum. The course is limited to 50 candidates only. Incomplete application will not be considered.

Timings

Thoery: Morning/Evening
Practicals: Many sessions throughout the day.

Examinations

Examinations in Theory, Practical, Viva and Teaching methodology will be conducted from time to time during the course. Candidates having minimum 80% attendence only will be eligible.

Certificate

Certificates with specific Grades attained will be awarded at the end of the Course in a valedictory function.

Dear Aspirants

Let us together hope that the combined efforts of all concerned would result in a peaceful, healthy & happy society in which there may be no violence, hatred, anger, jealousy or any other evils but only love, friendship, affection among fellow human beings.

– Dr. Praveen Kapadia, Course Director

— Hari Om Tatsat —