300 Hour Online Yoga Teacher Training Course

300 hour online yoga teacher training course india

300 Hours Self-paced Online Hatha /Vinyasa Flow /Ashtanga Based Yoga Teacher Training


Now It’s the great opportunity for all yoga practitioners to acquire online certified yoga teacher training courses from Himalayan yoga association. it is self-paced yoga course where you get minimum 40 Days to maximum 3 months to complete this course, course includes pre-recorded & live yoga session on each topic of each subject with clear explanation and demonstration from great teachers, You can play all the classes even in low internet speed, its completely real learning experience from us to your space, its great opportunity for all of you to complete 300 hours yoga course in very reasonable price with one of the top yoga school of Rishikesh, join us today. 

India’s one of the top yoga association, courses are yoga alliance certified that makes us able to teach anywhere in the world as a certified yoga teacher So lets take this opportunity, lets make this time the most valuable time of our life.


Advantages of Becoming the Part Himalayan Yoga Association Family

What is included ?

Access to Our Panel for all classes pre-recorded sessions https://onlinecourse.himalayanyogaashram.com/ 

Monday to Saturday – Everyday 8 Live Classes in ZOOM.

Monday to Saturday – Everyday 1 Youtube Live Classe of Ashtanga or Hatha -Vinyasa Flow. 

philosophy, yoga anatomy, ashtanga vinyasa yoga, Hatha vinyasa-flow. 

230 contact hours with pre-recorded sessions & live classes. 

30 elective hours of assignment.

40 non-contact hours of self-practice.

Online sessions’ timezone: Rishikesh, India (GMT+5:30).

Flexible duration: can be completed in 30 days to 3 months.

IST 10:00 to 17:00 assistance service available for any query relate to the course. 

One year membership access to all pre-recorded classes.

10% discount on all offline courses in the future.

Digital Course manual PDF.

Yoga Alliance Certified Certification.


Daily schedule of Live zoom classes ( Monday to Saturday) according IST Indian standard time.

08:30 – 09:15 am ist- Yoga Anatomy (Beginner and intermediate)

11:00 – 12:00 a.m ist – Yoga Philosophy

12:00- 12:45 p.m ist- Yoga therapy/Ayurveda

12:45- 13:30 p.m. ist- Yoga Anatomy (Advance)

14:00- 15:00 p.m. ist- Asana ( Vinyasa Flow)

15:00- 16:00 p.m. ist- Pranayama

17:00- 18:00 p.m. ist- Meditation

18:00- 19:00 p.m. ist- Ashtanga yoga with Alignment/Adjustment methodology


Advantages of Becoming the part of Himalayan yoga family

Classes recording by great teachers. 

You will also get free life-time membership with Himalayan yoga association & its branches.

You will be eligible for 10% discount in our all off-line courses.

Opportunity to work with us as the assistant teacher.

Opportunity to work with us as the lead teacher.

Opportunity to work with us as the volunteer on our world-wide retreat programs.

Course Hours
230 contact hours with recorded sessions.
30 elective hours of assignments
40 non-contact hours of self-practice

Course Date
You can join the course at any-time to start it, all you need is to write us an email then we will write you back about the next steps, so book your seat today to start your yogic journey with Himalayan yoga association. 

Course Fee-

800$ 400 USD for International students. 

40,000 INR 20,000 Rupees for Indian students.

In order to book for the course participant is required to deposit course fees, the course is 20000 Rupees for Indian Participants & 400 USD for International Participants, you can pay your course fees via google pay, phone pay, Paytm, razor pay, bank transfer, transfer-wise, western union for more visit our payment page- https://www.himalayanyogaashram.com/yoga-courses-payment/  

Refund Policy
– The course fees is non-refundable, only in the case of emergency students can join us on other schedules.


300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Pre-recorded Classes – Course Syllabus

Day 1

Philosophy – Introduction

Pranayama – Introduction to Pranayama

Meditation – What is Mantra? 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sun Salutation A & B 

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Hatha 


Day 2

Philosophy – Introduction of Patanjali Yoga Sutra 

Pranayama – Yogic Breathing 

Meditation – What is meditation? 

Ashtanga Yoga – Standing 1st 

Vinyasa Flow – Moon Salutation 


Day 3

Meditation – Dynamic Meditation 

Philosophy – Introduction to Raj Yoga 

Pranayama – Brahmari 

Ashtanga Yoga – Standing 2nd 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 1 


Day 4

Pranayama – Nadi Sodhna

Philosophy – Obstacles of Mind 

Meditation – Om Meditation 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 1st 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 2 


Day 5

Meditation – Mantra Maouna 

Philosophy – 8 Limbs of Yoga 

Pranayama – Shatkarma

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 2nd 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 3 


Day 6

Meditation – Antar Bahir dhyan 

Philosophy – Evolution of Yoga 

Pranayama – Five Kosha 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 3rd 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 4 


Day 7

Meditation – Mantra Meditation 

Pranayama – Bhastrika 

Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 4th 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 5 


Day 8

Meditation – Nada Meditation 

Philosophy – Introduction Karma Yoga  

Pranayama – Sheetal 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 5th 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 6 


Day 9

Meditation – Ajapa Japa 

Pranayama – Jal Neti 

Philosophy – Introduction to Trigunas 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 6th 

Vinyasa Flow – Flow 7 


Day 10

Meditation – Obstacles in Meditation 

Philosophy – Objectives of Yoga 

Pranayama – Ida 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 7th 

Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Flow 


Day 11

Meditation – Trataka 

Philosophy – Summary of Yoga 

Pranayama – Swana Breath 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting 8th 

Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Flow 2 

Anatomy – Intro to Nadis 


Day 12

Meditation – Roles of Concentration

Meditation – Why should we meditate? 

Pranayama – Bandhas 

Ashtanga Yoga – Sitting Posture 9th  

Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Flow 2 Part 2 

Anatomy – Kundalini 


Day 13

Meditation – Yoga Nidra 

Pranayama – Kapal Bhati 

Ashtanga Yoga – Finishing 1st 

Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Arm Balancing 

Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel 

Day 14th

Ashtanga Yoga – Finishing 2nd

Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Hip Opening

Anatomy – Panch Kosha


Day 15th

Ashtanga Yoga – Finishing 3rd

Vinyasa Flow – Second Week Back Bending

Anatomy – Prana


Day 16th

Vinyasa Flow – Finishing

Anatomy – Shoulder Joints

Anatomy – Spine

Anatomy – Synovial Joints

Anatomy – introduction to skeleton sysytem

Anatomy – Digestive System



Day 17th

Anatomy – Cardiovascular System

Ashtanga Series Introduction

Vinyasa Flow – Introduction

Anatomy – Introduction to Anatomy 

Pranayama – Introduction


Day 18th

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Beginner

Anatomy – Directional Term of anatomy

Ashtanga Series – Sun Salutation A

Pranayama – Benefits


Day 19th

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Intermediate

Anatomy – Introduction to Skeleton

Ashtanga Series Sun Salutation B

Pranayama – General Guidelines

Meditation – Dynamic Meditation

Day 20th 

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (B) 

Anatomy – Bone Anatomy 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 1 

Pranayama – Mudras 

Meditation – Om Meditation 


Day 21st  

Vinyasa Flow 1 + Warm Up Session 

Anatomy – Important Name of Human Skeleton System

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 2 

Pranayama – Naadi & Sitting Posture 

Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration


Day 22nd 

Vinyasa Flow 2 with Sun Salutation A & Sun Salutation B 

Anatomy – Angular Movement 

Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 3 

Pranayama – Jal Neti Shatkarma 

Meditation – Trataka 


Day 23rd 

Vinyasa Flow 3 – Standing Posture

Meditation – Obstacles in Meditation 

Anatomy – Introduction of joints & functions of all joints 

Pranayama – Yogic Breathing 

Ashtanga Series – Standing Sequence 4 


Day 24th 

Vinyasa Flow 4 – Leg Balancing Posture & Arm Balancing 

Anatomy – Synovial 

Ashtanga Series Standing Vinyasa Jump 

Pranayama – Kapalbhati 


Day 25th 

Vinyasa Flow 5 – Hip Opening 

Anatomy – Types of Synovial Joints 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Vinyasa Jump 

Pranayama – Naadi Sodhna 


Day 26th 

Vinyasa Flow 6 – Back Bending 

Anatomy – Types of Cartilage

Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 1 

Pranayama – Ujjai Breathing 


Day 27th 

Vinyasa Flow 7 – Inversion 

Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 2 

Pranayama – Bhastrika


Day 28th 

Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 3 

Pranayama – Bhramri 


Day 29th 

Anatomy – Ankle Joint 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 4 

Anatomy – Wrist Joint 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 


Day 30th 

Anatomy – Knee Anatomy 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 6 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 

Anatomy – Elbow Joint 


Day 31st 

Anatomy – Spine

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 8 


Day 32nd 

Anatomy – Muscular System and Function 

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 9 (Reclining 2) 


Day 33rd 

Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 1 

Anatomy – Types of Muscles 

Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Properties 


Day 34th 

Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 3 

Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Action’s 

Anatomy – Major Muscles 

Anatomy – Types of Muscles Contraction 



300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Live Zoom Classes – Course Syllabus


Mastering Hatha / Vinyasa Flow  (1st Week)

Introduction of Hatha & Vinyasa flow
Pawanmuktasana series A
Surya namaskar (Hatha)
Chandra namaskar (Hatha)
Privarta Trikonasana
Privarta Parsvokanasana
Virbhadrasana A,B,C
Ardha chandrasana
Mathchendrasana A,B,C
Adra Ustrasana
Gatyatmak Paschimottasana
Pada prasar Paschimottasana
Core exercises        

Week 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Surya namaskar A,B (ashtanga)
Chandra namaskar (Hatha)
Veerbhadrasana A,B,C
Privirta Trikonasana
Privirta Parsvokonasana
Ardha chandrasana
Utthita hasta padangusthasana
Eka pada uttanasana
Eka padasana
Pada angushtasa
Eka pada baka dhyanasana
Eka hasta bhujasana
Poorna matsyendrasana
Marichyasana C, D
Eka pada rajakaputasana
Raja kaputasana
Poorna ustrasana
Poorna shalabhbasana
Poorna chakrasana
Ubhaya padangustasana
Urdvamukha paschimottasana

Inverted asanas-
Bhumi padamastakasana
Vipreetakarani Asana
Padma Sarvangasana
Ardha padma halasana
Salamba sirshasana
Urdhwa padmasana
Leg stretching


Pranayama Practices
Introduction of Pranayama
Definition and importance of Pranayama
Natural Breathing
Abdominal breathing
Thoracic breathing
Diaphragmatic breathing
Yogic breathing
Nadi shodhana
Ujjayi pranayama
Bhastika Pranayama
Kapalbhati Pranayama
Surya Bheda Pranayama
Chandra bhedana pranayama
Sheetali Pranayama
Sheetkari pranayama
Bhramari pranayam


Anatomy & physiology- 1st week
Brief introduction of skeleton system & function
Anatomy of shoulder & function with the important name of muscles
Anatomy of pelvic griddle with muscles names
Spine anatomy & function/ importance in yoga practice
Kundalini shakti introduction & function
Chakra introduction & function with the endocrine system
Nadis- the energy channel function & importance
Prana introduction & importance in organ function
Panchakosha importance in function of the body

2nd week-
Chakra introduction & function with endocrine system
Nadis- the energy channel function & importance
prana introduction & importance in organ function
Panchakosha importance in function of body

3rd week-
Respiratory system introduction/ function and problems
Circulatory system importance/ function & problems
Digestive system importance/ function & problems
Submission of assignment & revision

4th week-
Practical exam : Presentation given to teacher
Written exam: Submission of assignment to teacher


Bandhas (Energy locks)
Introduction to bandha
Jalandhara bandha
Moola bandha
Uddiyana bandha
Maha bandha

Mudra (Yoga Gestures)
Introduction of Mudras
Fundamental importance of Mudras
Jnana mudra
Vayu mudra
Bhairava mudra
Pranav mudra
Sankhmukhi mudra

Mastering Ashtanga Primary Series & Advance postures
The Complete traditional way of practice & teaching.
Ashtanga is taught with vinyasa

On 1 st week – Introduction to Traditional Ashtanga yoga and Vinyasa & sun salutation A & B.

On 2 nd week – Seated sequence postures & Finishing Sequence postures.

On 3 rd week – Some Advance postures/ Teaching methods/ Teaching by students.

On 4 th week – Questions & Answer / Feedback by teacher on improvements.


Dhayan (Meditation)
Introduction of meditation
what is Concentration.
Difference between concentration and meditation.
Fundamental importance of meditation.
Types of meditation.
Definition and technique of Anapana.(Stage 1,2,3,4)
Mind Awareness Meditation.
Definition and technique Pranav meditation
Akara chanting
Ukara chanting
Makara chanting
Om chanting
Mantra introduction
Om Namah Shivaya ( Meaning & chanting)
Gayatri Mantra ( Meaning & chanting)
Om Mani Padme Hum chanting
Lokah Samastah Sukinoh Bhavantu chanting
Art of self silence Practice.
Mindfulness walking introduction
Fundamental importance of yoga nidra.


Yoga therapy-
Concept and fundamentals of Ayurveda
Meaning, definition and principles of Ayurveda.
Tridosha meaning and functions.
Agni types and functions.
Ama meaning and types.
Trimalas types and relation with tridosha.
Triguna importance and attributes.
Fundamental Relation of triguna with Tridosha.
Saptprakarti attributes, qualities.
General functions of saptprakarti and their characteristics.
Mithahara definition and meaning
Fundamentals and importance of satavic diet.
Categories of food and its explanation.
Diet according to position of sun.
Saptprakarti and Tridosha diet.
Therapy and dietary needs for arthritis.
Therapeutic use of Asanas for Disc herniation.
Therapeutic use of Asanas for back problems.
Osteoporosis treatment and therapy.
Asthma’s problematic area and cure.
Sinusitis therapeutic cure.
Irritable bowel syndrome therapy.
Therapy for constipation problems.
Therapeutic use of meditation for Depression.
Therapeutic use of pranayama for Anxiety Disorders
Therapeutic use of shatkarmas for Migraine.
Therapeutic use of pranayama for Amnesia disorder.

    Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshana)
    What is Yoga & It’s history ?
    Lifestyle of a yoga practitioner.
    What are Yoga sutras/ 8 limbs Of Yoga ?
    Introduction of srimad bhagavad gita.
    Understanding all 4 paths of yoga-
    Karma Yoga
    Bhakti Yoga
    Gyan Yoga
    Dhayan Yoga
    What is hatha yoga ?
    What are trigunas ?
    What is ego ?
    Freedom from unhappinees.
    Realizing pure consciusness.
    Stories of the enlighten yogis. 

    Evaluation are based on
    Live Written Test
    Live Asana Practical Test

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