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200 Hours Yoga Teachers Training in Kerala, India

200-hours residential Hatha yoga teachers training program in Kerala with Yoga Alliance certification in Kerala.

We offers a 200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teachers Training Course for practitioners of all levels looking to explore and deepen their practices, learn the art of teaching, and experience the ancient science of Hatha Yoga. Our training courses include the study and practice of Hatha Yoga Asanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Kriyas, Yoga Therapy, Yogic Healing and Alignment, and Adjustment Workshop. Our training program will equip you with all the tools and confidence you need to become a yoga teacher. This will drive you forward on your yoga journey.

Our Unique Programs

Opening Fire Ceremony

Opening Fire Ceremony

We start this one-month yoga journey with a fire ceremony based on the traditional yogic culture.

Vipasana Meditation

Vipasana Meditation

This is an intense meditation that works on the physical, mental, and energetic level.

Deeper Understanding on Asanas

Deeper Understanding on Asanas

Besides teaching yoga asanas, you will learn the effects of some asanas on mind patterns. This will enable you to change certain habits and mind patterns and helps other people in your teachings.


We focuses on providing you with a small and intimate class setting for individualized and personalized attention from their beloved teachers. The teachers are not only rich in knowledge but are teaching from their own experience in yoga, meditation, and often strong sadhana. Teachers are easily accessible throughout the day. Classes are located in the same building as that of your accommodation.


Every teacher and staff member at our Yoga School is passionate and committed to providing the best possible experience for you. Kerala Yoga Online Center is a spiritual hub for knowledge seekers to grow and nourish their souls. It is a community built on love, enthusiasm, and a profound belief in the trans-formative powers of yoga.

Yoga TTC Highlights:



  • Individual care of each client
  • Daily Asana Classes
  • 2 free Rejuvenating Ayurvedic massage
  • Chakra Meditation
  • Vipassana Meditation

  • Sukshma Yoga Exercises
  • Pranavakriya (pranayam practice)
  • Delicious Kerala style vegitarian meals
  • Nice&Clean Accommodation
  • Quiet Surroundings,Ideal for Yoga and meditation


In the training program, the students will gain a thorough knowledge of various yoga postures which will help them to increase their physical and inner strength and flexibility. Some of the asanas are connected to certain mind patterns. Throughout the training, the connection between body and mind will be made clear. The main focus of the retreat program is Hatha Yoga. Along with this, classes will be scheduled for ashtanga yoga too.


Pranayama is an ancient breathing technique that is used as a preparation for meditation and is also a vital aspect of practicing yoga. It helps to improve the respiratory system and purifies the body and mind. The topics covered under Pranayama includes an introduction, aspects of Pranayama, different types of Prana, types of breathing, yogic breathing, Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing), Ujjayi (the psychic or victorious breath), Sheetali (cooling breath), Shitkari (hissing breath), Kapala Bhati (frontal brain cleansing breath), Bhastrika (bellows breath), Surya Bheda (vitality stimulating breath), and its advanced variations.


Yogic cleansing exercises are important in learning the ways to incorporate your breath and meditate it properly during physical aspects of yoga. It also removes the barriers in the energy channels. Shatkarma includes:

  1. Jala Neti
  2. Sutra Neti
  3. Vamana Dhauti
  4. Kapalabhati
  5. Uddiyana Bandha
  6. Tradaka


The purpose of mantra chanting in yoga is to generate vibrations and connect with the universe. Each mantra has a unique vibration. Some of the mantras are: Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

  1. Ganesh Mantra
  2. Gayatri Mantra
  3. Maha Lakshmi mantra
  4. Maha kali mantra
  5. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya


The practice of Mudra is an ancient facet of yoga. Performing gestures increases the energy flow of the body and changes a person’s spiritual and mental characteristics. Mudras include:

  1.  Jnana Mudra
  2. Chin Mudra
  3.  Yoni Mudra
  4. Bhairava Mudra
  5. Shambhavi Mudra
  6. Vishnu Mudra


Meditation is a systematic practice that gives physical, mental and emotional tranquility. It increases vital energy in the body and makes one more alert, improves circulation, and ensures a more relaxed nervous system. Some of the meditation styles include:

  1. Vipassana Meditation
  2. Mindfulness Meditation
  3. Breathing Awareness Meditation
  4. Mantra Meditation
  5. Pancha Bhoota Dyana Yogam
  6. Trataka
  7. Tips for Developing Concentration


A yoga teacher should efficiently do class planning and preparation. At our yoga center, students learn how to create a positive and peaceful class environment for a much enjoyable and trans-formative experience. Here you will learn:

  • How to plan and structure a Yoga Asana Class
  • Principles of Demonstration
  • Qualities of a teacher and teaching styles
  • How to use the breath and voice while teaching
  • Yoga Asana compared to physical exercises
  • Observing, Assisting and Correcting
  • Alignment and hands-on-adjustments
  • Verbal Cues
  • Functional modifications, injuries and safety precautions
  • Assisting Inversions.



A study of yoga anatomy covers the study of muscles, joints, tissues, membranes, and cells of the body. All yoga instructors need to understand the occurrences within the body to increase the blood flow to every muscle.

Here you will learn:

  1.  Why anatomy is important in yoga?
  2.  What is Yoga Physiology?
  3.  How does yoga affect the Physiology of the body?
  4.  What is the importance of Anatomy and Physiology?


Foundations of yoga | History and Traditions of Yoga | Karma Yoga | Tantra Yoga | Bhakti Yoga | Jnana Yoga | Mantra Yoga | Pancha Pranas | Chakras | Concept of Kundalini | Patanjali Yoga Sutras | Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali | Relevance of Omkara Yoga System | Goal of Hatha Yoga | Pranayama


Yoga Nidra is a state in which the body is completely relaxed. At this point, the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions. During Yoga Nidra, the practitioner remains in a state of light withdrawal of the five senses.


Bandhas are bodily locks that help to redirect the flow of energy in the body. It involves the locking of the chin, the abdomen, and the perennial region. It is best practiced individually under able instruction before being incorporated into other yogic practices.

You will learn:

Jalandhara Bandha (Chin Lock)

Uddiyana Bandha (Abdominal Lock)

Mula Bandha (Anal Lock)


Yogic Relaxation is a process of consciously resting every part of the body. It also empties various thoughts and worries of the mind. It is a natural way to recharge the mind and body. While the body is being rested the brain is awake and alert. The shallow breath keeps the mind free from disturbing thoughts.

You will learn:

Supine Relaxation

Prone Relaxation

Sitting Relaxation


  • Theory Examination
  • Practical Examination
  • Attendance
  • Performance
  • Behavior


  • Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, and Bandha
  • Light on Yoga
  • Illuminating Lives with Yoga
  • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
  • Meditation & Mantras

Required Documents Upon Arrival

  • A recent passport size photo of you is required.
  • A copy or scan (in colour) or a clear photo of your valid Passport, with all details clearly legible.

Also please remember that you are required to obtain an Indian Tourist Visa before arrival in India

How to apply and book

How to apply: To apply for the any of our Teacher Training&other Courses,

  • Please fill up the online application form. We will process your application within one day and let you know if you are accepted on the course.
  • If you are accepted on the program& Course we will email you a confirmation. You will be required to deposit a 25% of the total course fee and as soon as possible to confirm your place. Your place on the course will be confirmed only when we have received this booking amount
  • How to pay the booking amount: Once you confirm that you want to go ahead with booking your place we will send you PayPal request of 25% of the the total course fee..You will receive PayPal email intimation from us with detailed instructions regarding how to pay. Once you have received this, you will be able to pay the booking amount online using your credit card or bank account. Balance course fee should be paid upon arrival to the school.
  • Cancellation policy : The course fee including the deposit of 25% of the course fee is strictly non-refundable, non-cancellable and non-transferable. If you need to cancel the course due to unavoidable reasons the booking amount can be adjusted/used in any future course you do with us within one year from the date of booking. To reschedule your course you must inform us at least two weeks before your course start date otherwise you may lose your booking amount fee entirely.

Arrival & Departure

  • CHECK IN:  12.00 pm onward one day before your course start date.
  • CHECK OUT: On or before 10.00 am on the day after your course end date.





Arrival By Air Plane

ARRIVAL BY AIRPLANE-please book your flight to trivandrum international airport (TRV).please send us your flight details such as Airline name, flight number, terminal number, date &time of your arrival, our representative will be outside the arrival gate with your name or school sign board.