100-hour Yoga Course Beginner Level Yoga Courses in Rishikesh, India


100-hours-yoga-teacher-training

Om Shanti Om Yoga School as the leading yoga school in Rishikesh, India offers you the shortest Yoga Teacher Training Course of 100 hours.
We will provide you residential yogic practice and an opportunity to become RYT-200 (Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance USA).
Yoga is the science of proper living and as such is intended to be incorporated in daily life. Yoga is the conventional culture of the Hindu religion.
The word yoga originates from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means the union of the individual consciousness and soul with the universal consciousness or spirit.
Some people choose yoga because it helps them in their career or profession.
For other, yoga is just an exercise, a way of keeping the body fit, leading a healthy life, doing sports or even a holiday or vacation. But some may even search yoga with a lot of questions in mind. The real learners are those who research the divinity of yoga, encountering self-finding liberation and changing the destination of their life.

"The course is well designed for Beginners in Yogic field."

Course Fee
tick with private room: US $700*
Special pricing: June, July & August
tick with private room: US $600

divider
Cost Includes
tick Free pick-up (Dehradun Airport to School) Only
tick Food & Stay: 12+2 nights extra complimentary
tick Traditional style Hatha Yoga classes
tick Vinyasa flow Yoga practice
tick Bhajan, Keertan & Ganga Pooja Ceremony
tick 100 Hours Om Shanti Om Yoga Certification
tick Daily Yoga Practices & Lectures
tick One Traditional Ayurvedic Body Massage
tick Basic Ayurveda Class
tick Meditation, Pranayama & Mantra Chanting
tick Yoga Retreat to Hilltop for Morning Sunrise and Trekking
tick Indian classical music concert
tick All Learning Props, Modules & Prayer Materials divider
Upcoming Course Dates
05th Nov - 17th Nov 2018
03rd Dec - 15th Dec 2018
07th Jan - 19th Jan 2019
04th Feb - 16th Feb 2019
04th Mar - 16th Mar 2019
01st Apr - 13th Apr 2019
06th May - 18th May 2019
03rd Jun - 15th Jun 2019
01st Jul - 13th Jul 2019
05th Aug - 17th Aug 2019

divider
divider
Sample Schedule

first-week

All Weeks
Course Syllabus

Note: The lesson for 100 hours is same as 200 hours syllabus and weekly schedule but according to the date that you join from for 2 weeks only - whichever weeks you join!

yoga-asanas
Asanasdivider
pranayama
Pranayamadivider
meditation
Meditationdivider
mantra-chanting
Mantra Chantingdivider
yoga-philosophy
Philosophydivider
mudra-bandha
Mudra & Bandhadivider
ayurveda
Ayurvedadivider
yoga-anatomy
Anatomydivider
shatkarmas
Shatkarmasdivider

divider
Asanas

Asanas are yoga postures and the physical movements of yoga practice and, in combination with pranayama or breathing techniques constitute the style of yoga referred to as Hatha yoga. Traditionally asanas are positions, which make us fit and healthy in all the way. In the yoga sutra, Patanjali describes asana as a "firm, comfortable posture", referring specifically to the seated posture, most basic of all the asanas. Normally asanas will be held for an average of two or three minutes. Besides being held steadily they should also be held comfortably. No pain should be experienced while holding the posture or in the hours or days that follow. Hindu Shastras tell us of 84 lakhs asanas. A lakh being equal to 100,000, this brings the number of yoga postures to 8,400,000.

lotus-icon SITTING / MEDITATIVE POSTURES
  • Padmasana
  • Sukhasana
  • Vajrasana
  • Bhadrasana
  • Swastikasana
and all sitting asana variations divider

lotus-icon STANDING POSTURES
  • Tadasana
  • Triyaka Tadasana
  • Kati Chakrasana
  • Trikonasana
  • Utkatasana
  • Veerbadhrasana (I, II & III)
and all standing asana variations divider

lotus-icon BALANCING POSTURES
  • Natrajasana
  • Garudasana
  • Uttitha Hasta Padangusthasana
  • Pada Angushthasana
  • Vriskshasana
  • Vatayanasana
  • Eka Padasana
  • Eka Pada Pranamasana
  • Baka Dhyanasana
  • Dwi Hasta Bhujasana
and all balancing asana variations divider
lotus-icon INVERTED POSTURES
  • Sirsasana
  • Sarvangasana
  • Padma Sarvangasana
  • Oordhwa Padmasana
  • Moordhasana
  • Salamba Sirshasana
  • Halasana
  • Vipareeta Karani Asana
and all inverted asana variations divider

lotus-icon TWISTING POSTURES
  • Ardha Matyendrasana
  • Astavakrasana
  • Shava Udarakarshanasana
  • Supta Udarakarshanasana
  • Meru Wakrasana
  • Parivritti Janu Sirshasana
and all twisting asana variations divider

lotus-icon FORWARD BEND POSTURES
  • Janu Shirshasana
  • Paschimottasana
  • Pada Prasar Paschimottanasana
  • Ardha Padma Paschimottanasana
  • Saithalyasana
  • Padahastanasana
  • Koormasana
  • Supta Pawanmuktasana
and all forward bend asana variationsdivider
lotus-icon BACK BEND POSTURES
  • Chakrasana
  • Dhanurasana
  • Bhujangasana
  • Gomukhasana
  • Rajkapotasana
  • Matsyasana
  • Supta Vajrasana
  • Ustrasana
  • Setuasana
  • Vrischikasana
  • Sarpasana
  • Shalabhasana
  • Kandharasana
and all back bend asana variations divider

lotus-icon DYNAMIC POSTURES
  • Surya Namaskar
  • Chandra Namaskar
  • Pawanmuktasana
  • Marjariasana
  • Vyaghrasana
  • Hanumanasana
  • Vinyasa Flow Asanas Series
and all dynamic asana variations divider

lotus-icon RELAXING POSTURES
  • Balasana
  • Savasana
  • Makarasana
  • Shashankasan
  • Supta Baddha Konasana
  • Supta Vajrasana
and all relaxing asana variations divider
divider
Pranayama

Pranayama is a Sanskrit word meaning "extension of the praa or breath" or "extension of the life force". The word is composed of two Sanskrit words: prana, life force, or noted particularly as the breath), and ayma, to extend or draw out. (Not "restrain, or control" as is often translated from yam instead of ayama). It is a yogic discipline with origins in ancient India. Pranayama is traditionally viewed as a practice involving a lot more than just breathing for relaxation. It is a term having a broad range of meanings and connotations Pranayama is the foundation for our body because it refreshes our breathing system and makes fit our respiratory system. It is a term having a broad range of meanings and connotations. The sage Patanjali, in yoga sutras, defines pranayama as regulation of incoming and outgoing breath coupled with retention.

Introduction of Pranayama
Natural Breating
Abdominal Breathing
Cavicular Breathing
Thoracic Breathing
Yogic Breathing
Nadi Shodhana
Bhastrika
Kapalbhati
Bhramari
Shitali
Shitkari
Surya Bhedi
Chandra Bhedi divider
Meditation

Despite all its popularity, today very few of us truly know what meditation is. Some regard meditation is the mental concentration on something; others consider that we meditate when we imagine something that gives us peace or satisfaction. All these methods are being with one goal to slow down and, eventually, completely stop the incessant activity of our minds. These exercises are not really meditation they are substitutes for meditation because it is normally very difficult to stop your mind altogether. In reality, meditation is a state of thoughtless awareness. The real meaning of meditation is transforming our mind. By engaging in a particular meditation practice you learn the patterns and habits of your mind, and the practice offers a means to cultivate new, more positive ways of being. With regular work and patience, these nourishing, focused states of mind can deepen into profoundly, peaceful and energized states of mind.

Introduction of Meditation
Chakra Meditation
Yoga Nidra Meditation
Osho Meditation
Tratak (Candle) Meditation
Soham Meditation
Nad Brahma Meditation
Kundalini Meditation
Inner Light Meditation
Mantra Chanting Meditation
Prana Meditation divider
Mantra Chanting & Keertan

The word mantra has two parts; man, which is the root of the Sanskrit word for the mind; and tra, which is the root of the word instrument, means an instrument of the mind, a powerful sound or vibration that you can use to enter a deep state of meditation. A combination of certain codified sounds is a mantra. The correct chanting of mantras under the guidance of Siddha (Guru) brings about the manifestation of thoughts & desires, and even of devs & devis. It is originated from Ved, which was written by Lord Brahma. The teachings of the Vedas consist of various mantric chants or hymns cognized by different seers or rishis from the cosmic mind. The body gets an effect from mantras. It keeps away from all the diseases and negative energy.

lotus-icon Ganesha Mantra: It stays prosperous at our home.
lotus-icon Guru Mantra: By chanting this mantra we can enhance our knowledge.
lotus-icon Mritunjaya Mantra: This mantra keeps us fit and healthy.
lotus-icon Shanti Mantra: Shanti mantra keeps our mind cool and tension free.
lotus-icon Gayatri Mantra: It improves immunity and grows up your learning and concentration skill.
lotus-icon Santhosham Shanti Mantra: It keeps calm our mind and helps to grow up.
lotus-icon Yoga Mantra: Yoga mantra helps to reduce anxiety and depression and releases neuroses.
lotus-icon Vedika Shanti Mantra: It is related to the welfare of humanity and spreads peace all over the world.
lotus-icon Surya Mantra: This removes carbon dioxide from the lungs and replaces it with fresh oxygen.
lotus-icon Sun Salutation 12 Mantras: It stimulates and balances all the systems of the Human body.

Keertan: Mahadev Sambho | Hare Rama Hare | Krishna Jai Gurudev | Jai Ma Kali | Jai Ma Durga divider
Yoga Philosophy

The main philosophy of yoga is simple: mind, body and spirit are all one and cannot be clearly separated. Yet there is a multitude of philosophical ideas developed by looking into the deeper dimensions of the body, mind and spirit. Yoga is a set of spiritual practices but in itself is not an institutionalized religion, per se. Hinduism is related to yoga through a common recognition of the Vedas as an authoritative source, and both Buddhism and Jainism share many of the core values of the yoga tradition. But classical yoga is best understood as a system of spiritual practice, rather than a particular religion.

Introduction of Yoga
Yogic Philosophy I
Yogic Philosophy II
Description of Nadis
Chakras
Pancha Pranas (Five Vital Airs)
Panch Kosha (Five Sheaths of Bodies)
Panch Klesha (Five Causes of Pain)
Patanjali Yoga Sutra
Ashtanga Yoga (Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharna, Dhyana, Samadhi)
Chitta Vrtitti
Hatha Yoga Pradipika
Seven folds systems of Yoga Introduction
Effect of the Yogi Practice
Qualification of a Yogis
Yog Sadhana (Place, Time, Food, Lifestyle)
Nada Anusamdhana divider
Mudra

Mudra can be described psychic, emotional gesture. It is a combination of subtle physical movements which influence our mind, pranic body, internal organ and concentration. There are hand mudra, body mudra, facial mudra thus Hand Mudra is most famous. When the Mudras is practiced at the highest level, it leads to awakening the Prana, Chakra, Kundalini which can bestow specific powers. Mudra manipulates Prana and eventually our Nadi and Chakra.

Introduction of Mudra
Jnana Mudra
Chin Mudra
Yoni Mudra
Ling Mudra
Hridaya Mudra
Shambhavi Mudra
Prana Mudra
Apana Mudra
Yoga Mudra
Ashwani Mudra
Hridaya Mudra divider
Bandha

It is a term for the body locks in Hatha yoga, treated under the heading of mudra. Specific Bandhas are; Mula Bandha, contraction of the perineum, Uddiyana Bandha, contraction of the abdomen into the rib cage, Jalandhara Bandha, tucking the chin close to the chest, Maha Bandha, combining all three of the above Bandhas. Among these, I will give you a short description of the few important ones. You can select that which suits you well and practice regularly. A Cough, asthma, enlargement of spleen and liver, sex-sublimation, venereal diseases, consumption, chronic constipation, leprosy and all sorts of incurable diseases are also cured.

Introduction of Bandha
Moola Bandha
Uddiyana Bandha
Yoni Mudra
Ling Mudra
Jalandhara Bandha
Maha Bandha divider
Ayurveda

Ayurveda or Ayurvedic medicine is a system of traditional Hindu medicine native to the Indian subcontinent. Contemporary practices derived from Ayurvedic traditions are a type of alternative medicine. Ayurveda is a discipline of the upaveda or "auxiliary knowledge" in Vedic tradition. The origins of Ayurveda are also found in the Atharvaveda, which contains 114 hymns and incantations described as magical cures for disease. Since then Ayurveda has stood for the wholesome physical, mental and spiritual growth of humanity around the world. Today, it's a unique, indispensable branch of medicine, a complete naturalistic system that depends on the diagnosis of your body's humours - vata, pitta and kapha - to achieve the right balance.

Introduction of Ayurveda
Definition of Health
3 Doshas and Prakriti
The Prakriti Analysis
Daily & Seasonal Routine in Ayurveda
Yogic Diet
Ayurveda Nutrition
Fasting
Ayurveda Physiology and Kriyas divider
Anatomy & Physiology

Yoga Anatomy is a study of the Subtle currents of energy that moves through the layers of three bodies. The Ancient yogi held the view that we actually have three bodies; Physical, Astral and Causal. Asana practice is a way of imposing order on the human system and use the poses in a proper alignment. We don't live to do Yoga but we do yoga in a proper way and proper sequencing so that we may live a healthy life. Basically, Yoga Anatomy comprises of breathing excercises, muscular and skeletal adjustment as well as correcting improper body alignment. Yoga Anatomy is a valuable resource that allows you to see each movement in an entirely new light. This approach will lead you logically through a wealth of musculoskeletal anatomy, bring the academic discourse to life, and permit you to understand the body's architecture and work with its safety.

lotus-icon Respiratory Systems
  • Anatomy & Respiratory of Physiology System
  • Effect of Yoga Practices & Physiology of Pranayama
lotus-icon Skeleton Systems (Part I)
  • Anatomy & Biomechanics of Joints
lotus-icon Skeleton Systems (Part II)
  • Safe Way of Adjustments & Modifications of Asanas
lotus-icon Cardiovascular Systems
  • Structure & Physiology of Heart & Blood Vessels
  • Blood Pressured & Effect of Yoga Practices
lotus-icon Digestive System
  • The work of Digestive System in the body
  • How Digestion Effect Yoga
  • How Yoga Effect Digestive System
lotus-icon Endocrine System
  • The works of the Glands in the body
  • The Action of Hormones
divider
Shatkarmas

Kriya most commonly refers to a "completed action", technique or practice within a yoga discipline meant to achieve a specific result. Another meaning of kriya is an outward physical manifestation of awakened Kundalini, such as a spontaneous body movement related to kundalini energy flow. Kriya Shakti is "a power of thought", said to be greatly studied by yogis. The Purity of body encourages purity of the mind. Yoga has developed six cleansing techniques or shat kriyas for purification of the physical body. Through these simple exercises, nature is assisted in the elimination of waste products and mucus. Many mental and physical ailments may be alleviated through the practice of kriyas.

Introduction of Shatkarma
Neti (Jala Neti & Sutra Neti)
Dhauti (Kunjal/Vamana, Vastra, Danta, Vatsara, Agni Sara)
Nauli
Basti
Kapalbhati
Tratak

Master Cleaning: Shankha Prakshalana divider

Beyond the Courses


Food
tick-icon 3 meals a day (100% Veg & Organic)
tick-icon Herbal/Black Tea/Coffee
tick-icon Fresh fruit juices
tick-icon Indian style cooking
tick-icon Seasonal vegetables
tick-icon Yogic diet
tick-icon On request dietary requirements divider
Accommodation
tick-icon Attached washroom
tick-icon Hot water
tick-icon Study table
tick-icon Woolen blanket
tick-icon 24 Hrs. water & power
tick-icon Personal cupboard
tick-icon Wi-Fi connectivity
divider
Easy to Access
tick-icon Café nearby
tick-icon Restaurant nearby
tick-icon Books & Stationery store
tick-icon River nearby
tick-icon Convenience/Grocery store nearby
tick-icon Cyber (Internet) Cafe nearby
tick-icon Tour & Travel agencies nearby
divider
Outdoor Excursions
tick-icon Kunjapuri Temple (Sun Salutation Trek)
tick-icon Waterfall Trek (Neer Gaddu & Patna)
tick-icon Vashistha Cave (Ancient Sage's Meditation Place)
tick-icon Ganga River nearby (The Holy River Ganges)
tick-icon Parmarth Niketan Ashram (Ganga Puja Ceremony)
tick-icon Trayambkeshwar Temple (13th floor Temple)
divider

Registration form? apply-now