Yoga Teacher Training



WonderfulYoga offers unique Yoga Teacher Trainings in India (Goa & Dharmsala). Our 200 and 500 hours programs are accredited by the YogaAlliance (USA) guaranteeing high quality and integrity. You may verify this by searching in the YogaAlliance directory and look for Mahi Power Yoga, one of our collaborators in India. After this training you will have a thorough knowledge and practical experience of all the different aspects of yoga and you will be able to teach asanas (Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, and Yoga Therapy classes), pranayama and meditation. We offers monthly trainings at two beautiful locations in India - Goa and Dharamshala. The course fee varies and depends on the location and accommodation of your choice.

Unique Mix

For the teacher training programs we put together a unique mix of teachers and an extensive daily program. Teachers with varying cultural background, training in different schools and traditions of yoga enables us to offer you a wide array of knowledge, insights and approaches to yoga. Bringing together the Eastern and Western traditions and norms and values ensures an open mind and teaches us to respect one another, which is conveyed to the students enrolled in the training.

Experience in the team of teachers with teaching in several environments and countries (from very traditional classes in India to almost fitness like classes at the local gym in the Netherlands) makes that we can train you how to teach at different locations, for a different public with different needs.

Yoga Teacher Training in Goa

WonderfulYoga offers best Yoga Teacher Training in Goa for you. From November untill March, the trainings are offered at one of our centers in Arambol, Goa. Goa is a beautiful state on the South West coast of India with some of the most incredible beaches found in India. In the '70s Arambol was discovered by 'hippies' and at that time inhabited by only a handful of local Indian people. Arambol has this magical atmosphere attracting travelers at that time and still does. It has grown much bigger since then but it has not lost its magic. It is a place were people come to meet, share, inspire and to be inspired.

The climate is perfect for practicing yoga during that time of the year. It warms up pleasantly during the day, but cools down at the same time during the night. The raining season has long passed by that time so it is not humid at all. Sunset is a real event every day: all the people gather at the beach for sunset to play the drums and dance to the beat. Celebrating life, giving gratitude to the day that was and welcoming the evening that is about to come, but most of all: just enjoying the beautiful Goan sunset at that very moment






Yoga Teacher Training in Dharamshala

WonderfulYoga offers best Yoga Teacher Training in Dharmsala for you. Dharamshala is where we host our teacher training program during the months spring and summer, from April untill October. Dharamsala is home to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, which can be felt from the moment you arrive. It has a special touch by the many Tibetans that find refuge there and you get infected by the mutual respect expressed between the Tibetans and Indian local community. The studio is located high up in the mountains, in the friendly village of Bhagsu Nag. The gorgeous surroundings make it a perfect place to study yoga and meditate.

In the evening you can make a lovely walk up to one of the waterfalls or climb up the mountain to one of the surrounding villages. Or walk into any cafe and find a group of locals and travelers making music together. North Indians are welcoming and respectful and you will feel quickly at home here!



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