Yoga Teacher Training

Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in India

Hatha Yoga TTC in India

At Kaivalya Yoga, we believe strongly in providing the absolute highest quality yoga teacher training programme. We adhere to traditions and our teachers are blessed with the traditional and authentic knowledge garnished over many millennia of yogic practice. Over the years, we have gained trust and now considered one of the best yoga teacher training schools in India.

Our Vision for our Hatha Yoga TTC in India

Yoga Practice beyond the asana

Yoga means “union” in Sanskrit. In order to understand this true yoga of union, we must learn how to harmonize our body and mind in a way that cannot be achieved solely by asanas. While there are indeed countless benefits from asana practice, it is only the beginning. Many people reach a point in yoga when they start to ask themselves the question: “What’s next?” After a few years of asanas practice, it’s natural to wonder how you can deepen your studies. At that point, many students start to look to India to discover the origins and history of yoga. We just not only conduct the Hatha Yoga Teacher Training programme but it also exposes you to rich spiritual experience of a lifetime!

What you will learn through this Holistic Approach

  • About your own body and self practice which will help you to find your purpose
  • The traditional healing methods of yoga from India
  • How to calm your mind and heighten concentration through the correct practices of meditation, pranayamas, mudras, bandhas, and asanas
  • Practical and philosophical foundations of yoga
  • Understanding of the origins and history of yoga and the reason behind the development of this beautiful science


Asanas (Hatha Yoga postures)

84 asanas in the Hatha yoga tradition

Makes the practitioner more energetic

Freedom from disease

To make the body and mind steady in the practice of meditation

Alignment & Adjustment

The correct alignment and adjustment of the postures for improved practice

For safety for you as well as your students in future

Bhagvad Gita

This ancient text is one of the most important books for understanding modern yoga, as it outlines the origins of yoga philosophy.

There are references of Karma Yoga, Dhyan Yoga and Bhakti Yoga in this ancient scripture, so reading this scripture is helpful in understanding different branches of yoga.

Pranayama ( Breathing techniques)

These are practiced to influence the flow of prana in the body.

These practices can be quite powerful so advised to practice under the guidance of a competent teacher.

Yoga Therapy

Therapeutic benefits of yoga are very helpful in some ailments

Contraindications of yogic practices

Bandhas (Locks):

Bodily locks that help to redirect the flow of energy in the body

Involve locking the chin, abdomen, and perennial region.

As advanced practices, they are best practiced individually under instruction of a competent teacher.

Dhyana (Meditation)

Practice of calming the mind and body through controlling the thoughts, calming the senses, and deep concentration.

Designed to bring the practitioner closer to spiritual awareness and understanding.

Anatomy & Physiology of Hatha Yoga

To understand the movements and range of motion of the human body

To understand the functioning of the digestive, respiratory, circulatory, and nervous systems etc.

To address the safety concerns of students and give proper adjustments,

To understand the full benefits and limitations of their practice

Mudras (Gestures)

Advanced yogic techniques that alter mood, attitude and perception, thereby deepening awareness and concentration

Subtle but powerful effect on energy flow in the body

Good preparation for deeper spiritual practices.

Yoga Philosophy

understand the ancient yoga philosophies as described in traditional texts

A solid understanding of these scriptures like Samkhya philosophy, Patanjali Yog sutra, Hath Yog pradipika etc. is necessary for anyone interested in the yoga traditions.

Teaching Methodology

To know how to structure your class

To know how to give instructions

To assess the capability and strength of your students etc