200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India

Anagha Yoga is a yoga school located in Rishikesh, India. We offer a 200-hour yoga teacher training program that is designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to become a confident and effective yoga teacher.

Our program is based on the traditional teachings of yoga, and we also incorporate modern scientific research into our curriculum. We believe that this approach gives our students the best possible foundation for their yoga teaching career.

During our 200-hour yoga teacher training program, you will learn the following:

  • The anatomy and physiology of the body.
  • The principles of yoga alignment.
  • A variety of yoga poses (asanas).
  • Pranayama (breathing exercises).
  • Mudra (hand gestures).
  • Bandha (locks).
  • Meditation.
  • Yoga philosophy.

Our 200-hour yoga teacher training program is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about yoga and becoming a yoga teacher. No prior yoga experience is required..


Vedic mantra chanting is a traditional practice in Hinduism that involves the recitation of sacred syllables or phrases. The mantras are believed to have a profound spiritual and psychological effect on the practitioner.

Hatha yoga is a branch of yoga that focuses on physical postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), and meditation.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is a type of hatha yoga that is characterized by its flowing movements and its focus on breath. The practice is typically done in a series of postures that are linked together by the breath. This helps to create a sense of continuity and flow in the practice.

Alignment & Adjustment Session: An alignment and adjustment session is a time for a yoga teacher to help students improve their alignment in yoga poses. The teacher may use verbal cues, hands-on adjustments, or props to help students find their best alignment. This can help to prevent injuries and improve the benefits of the poses.

Shatkarmas (Six Cleansing Actions): Shatkarmas are a series of six yogic cleansing techniques that are designed to detoxify the body and mind. They include:
Neti: Nasal cleansing
Vamana Dhauti: Saltwater gargling
Basti: Enema
Nauli: Abdominal churning
Trataka: Candle gazing
Kapalabhati: Breath of fire
Trataka: Eye gazing

Special Stretching & Warm Up Sessions: Special stretching and warm-up sessions are designed to prepare the body for yoga practice. They typically include a variety of stretches that target the major muscle groups. Warm-up sessions can also help to improve circulation and flexibility.

Pranayama Practice: Pranayama is the practice of controlling the breath. It is a powerful tool for improving focus, concentration, and relaxation. Pranayama can also be used to reduce stress and anxiety.

Evaluation: Evaluation is the process of assessing the effectiveness of a yoga program. It can be used to identify areas for improvement and to make sure that the program is meeting the needs of the students. Evaluation is an important part of any yoga program.

Teaching Methodology & Lesson Planning: Teaching methodology is the study of how to teach effectively. Lesson planning is the process of creating a yoga class that is safe, effective, and enjoyable for students. Teaching methodology and lesson planning are important skills for yoga teachers.

Meditation: Meditation is a practice of focusing the mind. It can be done in a variety of ways, but it typically involves sitting quietly and paying attention to the breath. Meditation can help to improve focus, concentration, and relaxation. It can also be used to reduce stress and anxiety.

Iyengar Yoga: Iyengar yoga is a precise and focused approach to yoga that emphasizes alignment. It uses props such as blocks, straps, and blankets to help students achieve correct alignment in the poses. Iyengar yoga is a good choice for people who are looking for a challenging and therapeutic form of yoga.

Yoga Philosophy: Yoga philosophy is the study of the underlying principles of yoga. It includes topics such as the nature of reality, the purpose of life, and the path to enlightenment. Yoga philosophy can help to give students a deeper understanding of yoga and its benefits.

Anatomy & Physiology: Anatomy is the study of the structure of the body, and physiology is the study of how the body functions. Understanding anatomy and physiology can help students to understand how yoga poses work and how they can benefit the body.

Restorative Yoga: Restorative yoga is a gentle and relaxing form of yoga that uses props such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks to support the body in poses. Restorative yoga is a good choice for people who are recovering from injuries or who are looking for a way to de-stress and relax.

Yin Yoga: Yin yoga is a slow-paced and deep-stretching form of yoga that targets the connective tissues. Yin yoga poses are held for longer periods of time, allowing the connective tissues to release tension. Yin yoga is a good choice for people who are looking for a way to improve flexibility and release stress.

Acro Yoga: Acro yoga is a playful and acrobatic form of yoga that combines teamwork and trust. Acro yoga partners work together to create poses that require balance, strength, and flexibility. Acro yoga is a good choice for people who are looking for a challenge and who want to connect with others in a new way.

Additional Things Taught During The Course.

Daily Schedule

The 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course at ANAGHA YOGA follows a strict schedule in compliance with Yoga Alliance standards. Nearly 6 to 7 hours of training time are assigned to some aspect of yoga each day. You could find the training intensive but enlightening.

05:30 am Wake Up
06:00 am Herbal Tea
06:15 am Nasal Cleansing
06:30 am Mantra Chanting & Pranayama
07:30 am Yoga Asana
09:00 am Brerakfast
11:00 am Yoga Philosophy
12:00 pm Yoga Anatomy
01:30 pm Lunch
02:30 pm Self study / Assignment
03:30 pm Alignment and Adjustment
05:00 pm Yoga Asana
06:30 pm Meditation
07:30 pm Dinner
10:45 pm Lights Out

Please note: Daily schedule is subject to change on teacher's discretion.


  • All three meals, made with seasonal and nutritional ingredients, along with Tea/Coffee/Juice. Keeping the vedic lifestyle in mind.
  • We, At Anagha Yoga, offers accommodation on private and sharing basis (Prices varies accordingly).
  • Stay in a scenic vedic environment, where you will be close to nature to attain certainity.
  • All required materials and props like Yoga Mat, Neti (pot & rubber), Notebooks etc.
  • Certification after completing the respective sessions (Yoga Alliance Certificate).
  • Free Wi-Fi.
  • 24/7 Power and Security.


We provide all types of vegetarian food including "Vegan"

Food is prepared keeping hygiene in mind and all vegetables and ingredients are freshly cropped and naturally grown. As we believe that a day started or end with a great food is a day spent well in meditation.

Food includes all three meals and vegetarian only


Private Room

Anagha Yoga offers private rooms for students who want a more spacious and private accommodation option.

Private rooms are available in both single and double occupancy. They are equipped with a bed, a desk, a chair, a closet, and a bathroom. Private rooms also have access to a common area where students can relax and socialize..





Shared Room

Twin sharing rooms at Anagha Yoga are a great option for students who want to save money and meet new people.

Twin sharing rooms are available in both single and double occupancy. They are equipped with two beds, a desk, a chair, a closet, and a bathroom. Twin sharing rooms also have access to a common area where students can relax and socialize.






The cost of a 200-hour yoga teacher training (YTT) program can vary depending on the school, the duration of the program, and the accommodations. The 200-Hour YTT at Anagha Yoga costs around $5,000.

The cost of the program includes tuition, accommodation, meals, and some additional expenses such as textbooks and yoga props. The cost of accommodation varies depending on whether you choose to stay in a private room or a shared room.

If you are interested in taking the 200-Hour YTT at Anagha Yoga, you can apply online or by contacting the school directly. The school offers scholarships to qualified students.


To request a refund, you must submit a written request to Anagha Yoga within 30 days of the start of the program. The request must be accompanied by documentation supporting your extenuating circumstances.

If you are approved for a partial refund, the amount will be calculated based on the number of days you have already attended the program.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind about the fee and refund policy of Anagha Yoga:

  • The deposit is non-refundable, even if you withdraw from the program for extenuating circumstances..
  • The tuition balance is due 60 days before the start of the program. If you do not pay the tuition balance by the deadline, your spot in the program will be forfeited.
  • Refunds are not available after the 60-day deadline.
  • If you are approved for a partial refund, the amount will be calculated based on the number of days you have already attended the program


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