28 Day 200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training In Varkala

28 Day 200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Varkala kerala India. We are pleased to offer a comprehensive and professional 28 day 200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training course in Varkala for individuals interested in deepening their knowledge and practice of yoga. This training program is carefully crafted to equip you with the necessary skills and techniques to become a competent and confident yoga teacher. Our team of experienced and certified trainers will provide you with personalized guidance and support as you embark on this transformative journey. Through a combination of theoretical and practical components, you will gain a thorough understanding of yoga philosophy, anatomy, teaching methodology, and more. Upon completion of this training, you will be eligible to register as a certified yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance. Join us for an enriching and rewarding experience that will take your yoga practice to new heights.

200-Hour Meditation and Yoga Nidra Teacher Training in Varkala India

28 Day 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Kerala India

Nidra Yoga School of Yoga 200-hour teacher training in Kerala will be life-transforming. Nidra Yoga School of Yoga Varkala is certified with the US yoga alliance and has US yoga alliance registered teachers, where you can get an unforgettable life-changing experience. They provide a traditional style of yoga, comprehensive and genuine knowledge of philosophy, yogic life, asana, pranayama, Mudra Bandha, anatomy and physiology of asanas, pranayamas, bandhas, all yogic techniques, meditation, Mantra chantings, chakras meditation and more. It’s a residential school where you can find your awakened soul rising above the material world.

Join the 200-hour teacher training at Nidra Yoga School of Yoga in Kerala and experience a life-changing transformation! Nidra Yoga School of Yoga Varkala is a US Yoga Alliance-certified school with registered teachers who will guide you through a traditional and authentic yoga journey. You will learn the philosophy, practice, and lifestyle of yoga, including asana, pranayama, Mudra Bandha, anatomy and physiology, meditation, Mantra chantings, chakras meditation, and more. You will also enjoy a residential stay where you can connect with your true self and transcend the material world.

Meet the Instructors

Ramesh Menon

The ancient practice of yoga nidra, also known as yogic sleep, is a meditative practice that results in conscious deep sleep. Current research suggests that yoga nidra can help relieve menstrual problems, diabetes symptoms, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


If you suffer from difficulty falling asleep then the initial stages of yoga nidra can dramatically help you unwind, prepare for sleep and drop off. With the initial relaxation of the body and quieting of the mind, the practice of nidra will see many fall asleep. The principles work just as well if you wake up in the middle of the night and are unable to go back to sleep… Once you find the idea that works for you (there are many recorded now online) a neural pathway is created in the brain so the next time you listen to it you will be very likely to fall asleep again.


If you have a strong ashtanga, hot yoga, or power yoga practice the chances are that you may not be engaging in enough relaxation. You may think of nidra simplistically as a much extended and deeper Savasana pose. Perhaps a better way of understanding it is as a guided meditation ultimately bringing forward the unconscious and subconscious mind. So for those looking to begin meditative practice…. nidra may be the route in. GENERAL HEALTH BENEFITS As well as obvious benefits such as reducing stress and tension, yoga nidra can also help with chronic fatigue. For those requiring long-term convalescence in hospital yoga nidra has proved very helpful. By encouraging balance within the body yoga nidra supports and nourishes the immune system. Working by shifting the body from the sympathetic state – “fight or flight” – to the parasympathetic state – “rest and digest “– the practice brings about a range of physiological and neurological benefits.


The practice of yoga nidra is richly restful but don’t just take my word for it! Many scientific studies have shown that regular practice can cause brainwave activity to change from a beta state to an alpha state. Put simply this means that we shift from the usual alert, awake and stressed state of beta activity to the more relaxed alpha state. Increased dominance of alpha waves in the brain is beneficial as it is conducive to mental resourcefulness, creativity, problem-solving, efficiency, and relaxation.

28 Day 200-Hour Yoga TTC, Hatha & Vinyasa at Varkala Beach with 2 Organic Ayurvedic Massage

200-hour yoga teacher training course in India

200-hour yoga teacher training course in India
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2023 /2024   28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training courses In Varkala India

Other Date also Packages & Availability

3, 15, 22, 29 March 2024

3, 12, 19, 26 April 2024

3, 10, 17, 24 May 2024


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Twin-sharing Accommodation

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28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course 3 Oct 2023 – 31 Oct 2023Booked out1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course5 Oct 2023 – 2 Nov 2023Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course3 Nov 2023 – 30Nov 2023Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course3 Dec 2023 – 30 Dec 2023Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course3 Jan 2024 – 30 Jan 2024Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course1 Feb 2024 – 27 Feb 2024Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course3 March 2024 – 30 March 2024Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course3 April  2024 – 30 April 2024Available1250 $999$
28 Day 200-Hour Teacher training course3 May 2024 – 30May 2024Available1250 $999$


200-Hour YTTC Course Fee

200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training

200 Hours Hatha Yoga Teacher Training

Nidra Yoga School Of Yoga  Varkala, Kerala 


Program Details

This course is designed to immerse students in the intensive and spiritual teachings and practices of traditional Hatha yoga – focusing on breathing, awareness, meditation, and Practical philosophy to help you live a less stressful, contented, and harmonious daily life. You will gain a professional yoga teacher’s qualification recognized by Yoga Alliance. This course, and the qualification you will gain, will give you the skills and experience to start teaching yoga professionally. , the course will help you to lead a healthier and more spiritual life in accordance with your true nature. We are recognized by Yoga Alliance in the USA and Canada as RYS (Registered Yoga School) and our team has great Yogacharya, psychologists, and philosophers too. This allows you to use our certificate for insurance and taxation purposes and with your certificate you can register as a RYT 200 teacher for your career and job opportunities.



History of Hatha Yoga
Elements of Hatha Yoga
Opening & Closing Mantras
Sun Salutation – Surya Namaskara
Moon Salutation – Chandra Namaskara
Class Plans
Introducing the Hatha Sequence to Beginners

What is Hatha yoga?

Surya Namaskar with mantra awareness
Sukshma Vyama ( joints and glands exercise)
Standing series of asana
Kneeling series of asana
Sitting series of asana
Lying on stomach series of Asana
Supine series of asana
Inversion series of asana
Importance of sequence of Asana
Asana benefits and its contra-indications

Utthita Trikonasana
Parivrtta Trikonasana
Virabhadrasana I
Virabhadrasana II
Janu Sirsasana
Baddha Konasana
Setu Bandhasana
Ardha Matsyendrasana


What is Prana and pranayama mean?
Types of Pranayama Practices
What is Nadi?
What is Ida and Pingala ?
The Mechanics of Breathing
Four Aspects of Pranayama
Introducing the practitioner to his natural breath
Abdominal Breathing
Thoracic Breathing
Clavicular Breathing
Full Yogic Breath
Nadi Shodhana
Sheetali & Sheetkari


Maha Bandha.

Namaskar mudra

Chin Mudra
Jnana Mudra
Shambavi Mudra
Nasikagra Mudra
bhairava mudra


What is sleep?
Three states of consciousness
Benefits of deep sleep
What is yoga Nidra?
Quick Relaxation Technique
Yoga Nidra

Relationship between food and our emotions

Yoga Philosophy

What is Yoga?
History of Yoga
The five kosha (bodies)
What is consciousness?
The four faculties of mind –field
Five Stages of Mind -Field
The four foundational Pillars of life
Intro to Ayurvedic lifestyle
Intro to Yogic Sleeping Lifestyle
Intro to Kama Sutra
Eight limbs of Yoga of Patanjali


Cardiovascular System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Endocrine System


06.00 – 07.30 Hatha Yoga Asanas Practice (Led Class)
07.30 – 10.30 Breakfast & Study Break
10.30 – 11.30 Asanas Theory and Teaching Methodology
11.30 – 12.30 Yoga Philosophy / Hatha Yoga Pradipika
12.30 – 15.00 Lunch & Study Break
15.00 – 16.00 Pranayama
16.00 – 17.00 Asanas Alignment & Teaching Techniques
17.00 – 18.00 Meditation
18.30 – 19.30 Yoga Anatomy & Physiology / Ayurveda
19.30 – 20.30 Dinner
The Rooms
Private Room (Single Occupancy)

Wi-Fi/ Internet, Double Bed, Single Bed, Western-Style Bathroom,

Shared Room (Double Occupancy)


Wi-Fi/ Internet, Double Bed, Single Bed, Western-Style Bathroom,

Nidra Yoga School of Yoga in Varkala, Kerala offers 200-hours Hatha Yoga Teachers Training Certification (TTC) and 200-hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga TTC, which is authorized and approved by the international organization, Yoga Alliance USA.

Nidra Yoga School follows ancient knowledge of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga training, and practice for students belonging to any country.  Their yoga methodologies and materials are structured to accommodate students who are new to Yoga practice as well. However, before joining the training, we encourage the students to attain some basic information about Yoga.

The Yoga TTC will enable students to start their own Yoga Studios or Yoga Schools globally. Students can also conduct Yoga classes or sessions for individuals and corporates. Even after completion of Yoga TTC, it is recommended that the certified teachers dedicate themselves to the practice religiously for a higher purpose and evolution

Yoga Teachers at Nidra Yoga School :

Ramesh Menon(Founder ) – Under the direction of different masters, he completed 200 hours of Hatha Yoga Teachers Training Course from International Nidra Yoga School and 300 hours of Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher Training Course from Varkala India. His association became stronger and deeper with himself and he decided to walk in the path of Yoga. He is an always-be-positive attitude and as much as he is stern and dedicated to his teachings, he is enormously open-hearted with all the students. He chose to start his excursion as a Yoga Teacher in Varkala and the journey is still adventurous.

Ramesh Menon (Philosophy Teacher) –  Mr. Sankar is the founder of Nidra Yoga School in Varkala India. The center offers yoga education for working professionals, students, and senior citizens.  Mr.Sankar, an Alumnus of Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center, has been an ardent practitioner of yoga since his childhood days.

Formerly an IT professional with engineering and management credentials, he chose his lifelong yearning to start a yoga school that could blend the practice and principles of Yoga with the wisdom of Vedanta. Currently, Nidra yoga school offers Hatha Yoga, Meditation, and Philosophy classes.

Ramesh (Anatomy & Asana Teacher ) –  Born and brought up in Mumbai, Suchitra Shettigar (Sudamini) is a Science Graduate from the University of Mumbai. She learned the art of Yoga at the age of 18 and has been associated to date. She got certified as a Yoga Instructor from the Internationally recognized Nidra Yoga Center in Varkala.

Initially, she started as a volunteer with Ambika Yoga Kutir and eventually started providing selfless service in the Art of Living organization as a Yoga Instructor. She strives for knowledge and hence she was associated with various gurus. She believes in spreading harmony in the community through collaborating with both traditional and modern yoga techniques.

 Closest Airport
Trivandrum International Airport
 Closest Railway Station
Varkala Sivagiri Railway Station
 Traveling by Road
Well Connected to all Major Cities, Through Varkala Road.
Terms & Conditions
  1. Students are required to pay $200 in advance to confirm their seats. The bookings are nonrefundable and the remaining balance of the TTC payments must be made on the day of admission to the yoga school.
  2. During the course, a vegetarian diet is to be followed to experience a holistic and Ayurvedic lifestyle.
  3. TTC students are to understand the results of the training program cannot be guaranteed and that one’s progress depends on their efforts during, in, and outside the class.
  4. Individual results can vary from person to person.
  5. No friends or relatives are allowed to stay with yoga students without prior permission from the management.
  6. All TTC students are requested to be punctual on the TTC timetable and to attend all yoga course classes.
  7. Please always respect your fellow students and teachers and the Indian culture.
  8. Alcohol, tobacco, smoking, and other illicit drugs are not allowed during the course or on the premises.

    Nidra Yoga School YOGA
    All students should create and maintain a safe, clean, and comfortable environment for the practice of yoga. As a part of Karma Yoga in the Shala, you will be assigned karma yoga duty with your colleagues to:
    Sweep/Mop every morning and whenever necessary.

  9. Make sure all the mats/props/cushions/blocks/belts are in their assigned place and neatly organized.
  10. Make sure the common toilet of the shala is clean and ready for others to use, and turn off the lights and fan when not using them.
  11. Turn off all fans/lights/mosquito repellents when not using the shala’s premises.
  12. Do not leave any of your belongings (books/mats/manuals/bags/swimsuits/towels/water bottles/etc) on the school’s premises.
  13. Do not leave any trash in the shala (water bottles/plastic wraps/tissue paper/plastic bags, etc).
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