50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
Rishikesh Yogpeeth offers 50 hours Yoga Teachers Training options for those who wants to complete their 200 hours training however have time constraints or cannot to take 1 month break. And also, for those who are not sure if this is the right path for them and need a sneak peek into the course. The 50 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (YTTC) location is Jhanvi Yoga Ashram in Rishikesh, India. This is a short duration, beginner yoga teacher training course that provides insights into professional yoga learning in a systematic manner. The 50 hour YTTC at Jhanvi Yoga is an all-inclusive residential programme that runs for a duration of 8 days and 7 nights. The 50-hour YTTC covers the basic foundation for beginners who wish to study yoga in a holistic manner and also get a feel of traditional yoga lifestyle.
The 50 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course at Jhanvi Yoga is based on the curriculum of Yoga Alliance. It is a well-thought-out yoga course which aims to increase your understanding of the various yoga practices and study of yoga theory. The 50-hour YTTC will essentially lay a good foundation for formal yoga teacher training and will give you the direction you require on your onward yoga journey. Once you have attended the 50-hour yoga TTC you will feel enriched by the positive changes in your body, mind and soul. Please note to become certified Yoga teacher you must complete 200 hours training. You cannot teach others at this stage.
50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification in Rishikesh
On completion of the 50 hour yoga teacher training course Rishikesh Yogpeeth will provide a certificate of 50 hours completion. You will not receive the certification from Yoga Alliance at this stage. In order to receive a certificate that qualifies you to register as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance you need to complete the mandatory minimum 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course.
However, what is encouraging, is that the 50-hour yoga TTC will be counted against the 200 hour YTTC, in case you wish to continue your teacher training. Upon completion of the 50 hour yoga TTC, you will need to just complete the balance 150 hour yoga teacher training needed to obtain the 200 hour YTT certificate, which entitles you to obtain the Yoga Alliance registration. Therefore, the 50 hour YTTC will be considered valid as continuing education yoga teacher training and which will be added towards your receiving a professional certificate, if you wish to continue with 200 hour yoga teacher training in future.
Why do the 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course
The 50 hour YTTC is a short programme which has been especially designed to introduce you and give you insights about professional yoga teacher training. The only difference is that the 50 hour YTTC is meant for those who wish to learn yoga professionally but do not have the time to do the longer 200-hour yoga teacher training course in one slot of four weeks. The 50 hour YTTC gives you the choice to complete your formal teacher training in shorter time slots.
The 50 hour yoga teacher training course is also professionally designed but a short module which allows you to experience some amount of professional yoga teacher training. The yoga instructors at Jhanvi Yoga Ashram (a unit of Rishikesh Yogpeeth) for the 50 hour YTTC are all highly qualified professionals, who are firmly rooted in traditional yoga practices. The curriculum is based on the syllabus provided by Yoga Alliance, where you will learn the fundamentals of yoga including asana, pranayama, bandhas, meditation, kriyas, mantra chanting along with Yoga philosophy, physiology and anatomy as well as some teaching methodology.
Course Dates & Fees for 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2021-22
Jhanvi Yoga Ashram - Rishikesh
- 01 Aug - 07 Aug 2022
- 01 Sep - 07 Sep 2022
- 03 Oct - 09 Oct 2022
- 01 Nov - 07 Nov 2022
- 01 Dec - 07 Dec 2022
What’s included in Fee for 50 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course?
- Tuition Fee
- Accommodation (single or twin share options available)
- Three Vegetarian meals a day
- Course material, a tote bag with basic stationary etc.
Curriculum and Assessment - 50 hour Yoga Teacher Training, Rishikesh
The level of the 50 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is considered to be beginner’s course heading towards intermediate practice, should you wish to pursue further. The 50 hour Yoga TTC, will provide an introductory sessions about yogic practices, discipline, diet and cleansing rituals. The course will deepen your understanding of yoga and will take you on a way towards becoming a confident and competent yoga teacher. The curriculum entails the introduction of the following:
- Study of traditional yoga asana or posture techniques,
- Execution of asana in alignment with understanding of human anatomy and physiology
- Asana practice with an understanding of benefits of certain asanas in treating ailments.
- Study of yoga philosophy to deepen the understanding of the yogic lifestyle
- Practice of subtle aspects of yoga like pranayama, mantra recitation, meditation to nurture inner strength
Assessments will be based on written as well as practical evaluation and you must have a minimum attendance of 90% for the duration of the course. Student conduct is an essential criterion for assessment. Your attendance will be accumulated at the end of the 200 hours course if you plan to do it. The average score of your attendance ideally should be 100% however we give a levy up to 90% with reasonable explanations of absence is provided.Rishikesh Yogpeeth
Daily Schedule for 50 Hour Yoga Teacher Training (TTC)
In order to comply with Yoga Alliance - USA, 50 hour Yoga Teacher Training requirements, the program follows the same diligence required for a 200 hours course. A tight schedule to adhere to the standards demands 6 to 7 hours of training classes in the day are assigned to some aspect of yoga. This includes both – theory and practice. The day starts at 5:30 a.m. to begin morning rituals followed by some yoga postures and maybe some classes or lectures in philosophy or anatomy. Chanting and pranayama are also part of the schedule. Sleeping early is encouraged as that is part of yogic practice.
|05:30 am||Wake Up|
|06:00 am||Herbal Tea|
|06:15 am||Shatkarma/Yogic cleansing|
|06:30 am||Pranayama and Chanting|
|07:30 am||Yoga Asana|
|10:30 am||Yoga Anatomy|
|11:30 am||Yoga Philosophy|
|04:30 pm||Yoga Breathing | Yoga Nidra|
|05:00 pm||Hatha/Ashtanga Yoga Asana|
|06:45 pm||Pranayama | Meditation|
|10:00 pm||Lights Out|
Note: Daily schedule is subject to change on teacher’s discretion.