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200-hour yoga teacher training in Nepal

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If you are considering becoming a certified yoga instructor or simply want to deepen your yoga practice, Nepal is a wonderful destination to pursue your goals.

In this guide, we will explore the benefits of taking a 200-hour yoga teacher training in Nepal, what to expect from a typical training program, and how to choose the right program for your needs.

Why Choose shivalaya yoga ashram Nepal for your 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training?

Nepal is a country with a rich cultural heritage and a long-standing tradition of yoga practice. The country is home to some of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the world, including Mount Everest and Annapurna mountain range which we have the pleasure of having the view of. Annapurna is the god of nourishment and we feel the symbolism of having her watch over us everyday while we practise to nourish our mind, body and spirit. 

This setting offers a serene and tranquil environment that is ideal for practising yoga. Additionally, Nepal is home to many experienced yoga instructors and certified teacher training programs, which makes it an ideal destination for those looking to immerse themselves in the practice and culture of yoga.

According to mythology Nepal was the place where Gorakhnath and Matsyendranath did their sadhana which is the foundation of the practice we follow to this day! They improved their discipline, grew understanding of Seva(unconditional love) in the very mountains we live in. The energy from their practice is lingering in the atmosphere supporting the practitioners to internalise.

What to Expect from a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program in Nepal?

A 200-hour yoga teacher training program in Nepal typically lasts for about 21 days, during which time you will learn the fundamentals of yoga, including asanas (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing techniques), meditation, and philosophy. In addition, you will learn how to teach these practices to others and will gain hands-on experience teaching classes to your peers. Getting comfortable speaking in front of a group while in a safe loving environment created by teachers and fellow students.   

The curriculum for a typical 200-hour yoga teacher training program in Nepal is usually broken down into the following categories:

 
Asana practice –
Learn and practise the physical postures of yoga to gain flexibility, strength, and balance.
Adjustment and alignment –
to make you understand the feeling of the posture so yon can continue to improve your posture after leaving us, at the same time you can better cue others to learn after knowing how it feels inside you. We normally recommend only to teach what you have mastered.  
Pranayama and meditation –
Learn to focus and calm your mind through breathing and meditation techniques.    
Chanting –
we encourage people to learn the mantras we use to keep our focus and as a devotional tool to surrender    
Anatomy and physiology –
Understand the human body and how it relates to yoga practice.  
Yoga philosophy and ethics –
Study the history, mythology and philosophy of yoga and how to incorporate these principles into your teaching. 
Teaching methodology –
Learn how to structure and lead a yoga class, including sequencing, cueing, and modifications.

How to Choose the Right 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program in Nepal?

Choosing the right 200-hour yoga teacher training program in Nepal can be a daunting task, given the number of options available. Here are some factors to consider when selecting a program:

 

Accreditation – Choose a program that is accredited by a reputable yoga organisation, such as Yoga Alliance.

 

Instructors – Look for experienced and qualified instructors who are passionate about teaching yoga. And who you can relate to as that will enhance your learning experience.

 

Location – Choose a program that is held in a peaceful and serene location that is conducive to yoga practice. Hereby you really have the chance of challenging yourself to dive deep into the practice, and actually feel the difference it creates mentally, physically and spiritually.

 

Curriculum – Look for a program that covers all the necessary topics and has a well-structured curriculum.

 

Cost – Consider the cost of the program and ensure that it is within your budget.

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In Conclusion

A 200-hour yoga teacher training program in Nepal is an excellent way to deepen your yoga practice and become a certified yoga instructor. With its rich cultural heritage, serene environment, and experienced instructors, Nepal is an ideal destination for yoga enthusiasts. By considering the factors outlined above, you can choose the right program that will help you achieve your goals and set you on the path to fulfilling your purpose or career in yoga. 


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