21 Days Pranayama & Meditation Teacher Training Course Rishikesh(India)


Embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth with our Breathwork (Pranayama) & Meditation Teacher Training Course. This comprehensive program is designed to equip you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to guide others on their path to inner peace and well-being. Through a combination of theory, practice, and experiential learning, you’ll explore the ancient wisdom of pranayama and meditation, delving deep into their profound effects on the mind, body, and spirit. Under the guidance of experienced instructors, you’ll learn various breathing techniques, mindfulness practices, and meditation methods, gaining a deeper understanding of their therapeutic benefits and scientific foundations.

Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner looking to deepen your practice or a newcomer eager to share these transformative tools with others, our teacher training course offers a supportive and nurturing environment for personal growth and professional development. Join us on this enriching journey and awaken to the limitless potential within.

Throughout our Breathwork (Pranayama) & Meditation Teacher Training Course, you’ll not only learn the art of guiding others through these practices but also undergo your own profound transformation. Through introspective exercises, group discussions, and immersive experiences, you’ll cultivate a deeper connection to your inner self, uncovering layers of wisdom and insight that will empower you both personally and professionally. Our course goes beyond the techniques themselves, emphasizing the importance of cultivating presence, empathy, and authenticity as a teacher. You’ll explore the ethics of teaching and learn how to create inclusive and supportive spaces for people from all walks of life. Whether you aspire to lead group classes, offer one-on-one guidance, or integrate these practices into your existing profession, our training will provide you with the tools and resources you need to thrive in your journey as a breathwork and meditation teacher. Join our community of like-minded souls and embark on a transformative adventure that will ripple out into the world, spreading peace, healing, and love.

Breathwork & Meditation Course, Why?


In today’s fast-paced and often stressful world, a Breathwork & Meditation Course holds immense importance for the modern generation. Here are several reasons why:

  • Stress Relief: Modern life is filled with pressures from work, relationships, and societal expectations. Breathwork and meditation offer effective tools for managing stress, reducing anxiety, and promoting relaxation, providing much-needed relief in a world that often feels overwhelming.
  • Mental Health Support: The modern generation faces unprecedented levels of mental health challenges, including depression, burnout, and loneliness. Breathwork and meditation have been scientifically proven to enhance mental well-being, promoting emotional resilience, self-awareness, and inner peace.
  • Mindfulness in the Digital Age: With the constant bombardment of information and distractions from technology, cultivating mindfulness has become essential. Breathwork and meditation teach individuals how to anchor themselves in the present moment, fostering greater focus, clarity, and presence amidst the digital noise.
  • Holistic Health Benefits: Beyond mental well-being, Breathwork and meditation offer a wide range of physical health benefits, including improved cardiovascular health, immune function, and sleep quality. By addressing the mind-body connection, these practices support holistic health and vitality.
  • Empowerment and Self-Discovery: In a culture that often prioritizes external achievements and validation, Breathwork and meditation provide pathways for inner exploration and self-discovery. They empower individuals to connect with their authentic selves, cultivate self-love and acceptance, and tap into their innate wisdom and creativity.
  • Connection and Community: Despite the interconnectedness facilitated by technology, many people feel a deep sense of disconnection and loneliness. Breathwork and meditation courses create opportunities for individuals to connect authentically with themselves and others, fostering supportive communities based on compassion, acceptance, and shared growth.

21 Days Pranayama & Meditation Teacher Training (Course Overview)


The purpose of mantra chanting in yoga is to generate vibrations and connect with the universe. Each mantra is special and rich with spiritual energy.

  • How to Sit Properly
  • Introduction to Mantra Science
  • Significance of Mantras.
  • Morning & Evening prayers
  • Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya (Mantra from Upanishad)
  • Tvameva mata ca pita Tvameva (Sloka on God)
  • Om Tryambakam Yajamahe ( Mantra on lord Shiva)
  • Om sahana vavatu ( Mantra from Upanishad)
  • Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu Gurudevo maheshwara ( Guru stotram)

Yogic cleansing practices are must for physical and mental health. They help to purify the mind and body for proper breathing and to meditate. Shatkarma practices remove the obstruction in the energy channels and purify them.

  • Jala Neti (nasal cleansing with water)
  • Sutra Neti (nasal cleansing with thread or rubber)
  • Kapal Bhati (frontal brain shining).
  • Students will gain extensive knowledge of yoga postures and will increase their strength, flexibility and discipline.

    Hatha Yoga

    Surya Namaskar (Sun salutation) and Chandra Namaskar (Moon salutation) Alignment, Assist and Adaptation for the following Asanas.

    • Pawanmuktasana series 1
    • Pawanmuktasana serie 2
    • Pawanmuktasana serie 3
    • Surya Namaskar ( sun salutation)
    • Chandra Namaskar (Moon salutation)
    • Tadasana (palm tree pose)
    • Triyak tadasana (swaying palm tree pose)
    • Kati Chakrasana
    • Trikonasana (triangle pose)
    • Parivirtatrikon asana (revolving triangle pose)
    • Uttkatasana –chair pose
    • Virbhdrasana 1 -warrior 1
    • Virbhdrasana 2 -warrior 2
    • Virbhdrasana 2 -warrior 3
    • Ardha Chandrasana (half-moon pose)
    • Vriksasana (tree pose)
    • Vajrasana (thumderbolt pose)
    • Simhasana (lion pose)
    • Marjari-asana (cat stretch pose)
    • Vyaghrasana (tiger pose)
    • Shashankasana (hare pose)
    • Shashank Bhujangasana (striking cobra pose)
    • Ardha Ushtrasana (half camel pose)
    • Saral Bhujangasana (easy cobra pose)
    • Bhujangasana (cobra pose)
    • Tiryak Bhujangasana (twisting cobra pose)
    • Ardha Shalabhasana (half locust pose)
    • Saral Bhujangasana (easy bow pose)
    • Janu Sirshasana (head to knee pose)
    • Paschimottanasana (back stretching pose)
    • Setu asana (bridge pose)
    • Bhu Namanasana (spinal twist prostration pose)
    • Advasana (reversed corpse pose)
    • Shavasana (corpse pose)
  • Pranayama

    Pranayama is the fourth limb of Ashtanga Yoga of Sage Patanjali. It is an ancient yogic breathing technique which has a soothing effect on mind to overcome stress and anxiety.  It is also a vital aspect of yoga. It improves the respiratory system and purifies the body and mind for meditation.

    • Introduction of Pranayama , Benefits of pranayama , General guidelines
    • Sitting postures for Pranayama Sadhana.
    • Conscious Breathing, Clavicular , 3 Parts of Breathing, Yogic Breathing
    • Viloma Pranayama
    • Nadi Sodhana Pranayma
    • Ujjayi Pranayama
    • Kapal Bhati Pranayama
    • Bhramari Pranayama
    • Bhastrika Pranayama
    • Bhastrika Pranayama
    • Surya Bheda Pranayama

    Mudra & Bandha

    • Jnana Mudra (psychic gesture of knowledge)
    • Chin Mudra (psychic gesture of consciousness)
    • Hridaya Mudra (heart gesture)
    • Khechari Mudra (tongue lock)
    • Moola Bandha (root lock)
    • Ashwini Mudra

    Bhairawa and Bhairawi Mudra.

  • Yoga Philosophy is the foundation and central knowledge of yoga with it practical and scientific approach towards life. The wisdom of yoga helps one to establish a solid, well-rounded yoga practice.
    • Introduction to yoga, its philosophy and evolution.
    • Introduction to yoga sutras of Sage Patanjali.
    • Definition of yoga.
    • 4 aspects of mind and its functions.
    • General guidance for a yoga student.
    • Dietary Discipline
    • Principles of 5 Basic element & 10 Senses.
    • Niyama
    • Asana , Pranayama.
    • Pratyahara , Dharana.
    • Life Management with Yoga Wisdom.
    • Relevance of Bhagwad Gita in Life Management.

Chin Mudra (Psychic Gesture of Consciousness)
Jnana Mudra (Psychic Gesture of Knowledge)
Bhairava Mudra (Terrifying Gesture)
Hridaya Mudra (Heart Gesture)
Khechari Mudra (Toungue Lock)
Shanmukhi Mudra
Ashwini Mudra (Horse Gesture)
Nasikagra Mudra

  • Meditation is a systematic practice that helps the practitioner to realize the center of consciousness for freedom. It promotes physical, mental and emotional tranquility with the purpose of reaching Samadhi (self-realization).
    • Introduction of Meditation
    • What Meditation is not?
    • How to prepare for Meditation.
    • Breathing Awareness Meditation.
    • Japa Meditation.
    • Japa Ajapa
    • Soham Meditation
    • Trataka Meditation
    • Dynamic Meditation.
    • Chakra Meditation
    • Tips for developing concertation.

    Silence Practice.

  • Yoga Nidra is a panacea for modern people who have stress, anxiety and other psychosomatic disease. During the practice of Yoga Nidra, a profound experience of relaxation occurs, helping the practitioner to start the day with energy and bliss.
  • Introduction of Yoga Nidra
  • Preparation of Yoga Nidra
  • Posture to Practice Yoga Nidra
  • Relaxation Techniques.
  • Teachings Methodology comprise of different aspects to address the specific needs of individuals and special populations in group set up to the possible extent.

        Preparation of lesson plan

        Presentation skill

        Selection & sequencing of yoga practices

        Demonstration of types of teaching methods

        Practical training on class management

        Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting

        Qualities of a teacher

        The student learning process

        Business aspects of teaching yoga

  • Practicum Includes practice teaching, receiving feedback, observing others teaching and hearing and giving feedback. Also includes assisting students while someone else is teaching.
    Presentations and group discussions.

Typical Daily Schedule

05:00 am Wake Up
06:00 am Herbal Tea
06:15 am Shatkarma / Yogic cleansing
06:30 am Yoga Asana
08:00 am Pranayama and Chanting
09:15 am Breakfast
10:30 am Yoga Anatomy
11:30 am Yoga Philosophy
12:30 pm Lunch
04:30 pm Hatha/Ashtanga Yoga Asana
05:50 pm Teaching Methodology
07:00 pm Meditation
08:15 pm Dinner
10:00 pm Lights Out
Please note : Daily Schedule is subject to change – Divine Yoga School


Course Fees INCLUDE:
  • 21 nights non-AC Accommodation (AC available at additional cost)
  • Three vegetarian meals per day
  • Afternoon Tea (Masala Chai)
  • Weekly half-day excursions
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Yoga materials during class (i.e. yoga mat, block, belt, etc.)
  • Sightseeing near Rishikesh city on a rest day (half-day trip)
  • Textbooks, printed study handouts, and study manual
  • 200 Hours Course Certification from Yoga Alliance, USA
  • Airport Transfer (available at additional charges)
  • Travel expenses (i.e. airfare, train, bus, taxi, etc.)
  • Laundry services (available at additional charges)
  • Extra nights beyond course dates (available at additional charges)
  • Extra excursions not organized by the school
  • Air Conditioning / Heater (available at additional charges)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Medical Expenses
  • Other Personal Expenses

Refund Policy

Advance deposit is strictly non-refundable. However, your advance deposit amount can be retained for rescheduling, only if the applicant makes a request 7 days before the program start date.  Please read the details under Refund Policy.

School Policy & Code of Conduct

By signing and booking for your course at Divine Yoga School, you are acknowledging that you have read, agree, and accept our School Policy and Code of Conduct. Please go through our School Policy and Code of Conduct thoroughly.



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    Frequently Asked Questions


    How many classes do I need to attend daily during the course?

    There are 6 classes for different subjects every day.

    Do we need to attend all the sessions of the training course?

    Yes, you are required to attend all the modules of the yoga teacher training programme

    Do you have any dress code for the yoga school?

    Appropriate dress code needs to be followed during yoga class and modesty be maintained with local culture concerns.

    Do I need to attend any exams?

    Yes, there will be midterm and final written exam for the course based on theory and practice from the course curriculum.

    What is the maximum batch size?

    The maximum batch size is 12 students to maintain quality and proper interaction.

    In case, I have done 200 Hours Yoga TTC from other school, Can I enroll in 300 Hours Yoga TTC at Divine Yoga School Rishikesh?

    Yes, you can.

    What if, I am interested to learn yoga and its practices for myself, not for becoming a yoga teacher?

    Yes, you can join our course. The course will give your enough transformational knowledge of yoga and other subjects which will serve you as a guide to overcome the challenges of life and ensure health and happiness in modern. society.

    What is a Yoga Alliance registered yoga school? Is your school registered with Yoga Alliance USA?

    A yoga school registered with Yoga Alliance USA is called as RYS which maintains the credentials or yoga teacher training standards par excellence with of international level. Yes, Divine Yoga School is a registered yoga school with Yoga Alliance USA.

    Can I teach internationally after completion of Yoga Teacher Training Course from Divine Yoga School Rishikesh?

    Yes, Course, Our certificate enables all the pass outs to teach internationally