Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training Course 

4 weeks (200 Hours)


We provide a comprehensive 200H TTC. The TTC is accessible for students who wish to deepen their knowledge and practice in Yoga, or for more advanced students who wish to follow the teaching path.

The programme includes the following classes: Morning Practice as per Class Schedule, Anatomy, Asana Alignment and adjustment Class, the Study of the Yoga Sutras, Pranayama, Meditation.

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Vedic Astrolgy Course (2 levels – 100H)


The Hindu Philosophy of life has, in it, an inbuilt need for belief in cycles of births and deaths of all forms of living beings. The said philosophy asks everyone to follow a “do good” and “don’t harm others” approach at all times. It impresses on the need to keep doing good – in actions, in thoughts and in speech (though speech is also an action, emphasis is given separately). This, in addition to withdrawal from worldly desires is the only way to get out of the birth and death cycle and achieve eternal bliss with the SUPREME LORD.

All actions (thoughts and speech included) result in reactions. These reactions are termed as “KARMAPHALAS” – the fruits of action. These can be good or bad depending on the type action. When the net Karmaphala gets to Zero, exit from the birth and death cycle is enabled.

Whether the net Karmaphalas is good or not in this birth is indicated to us via the positions of objects in the cosmos. The method of understanding the positions is the subject of Astrology (Aster+Logic), the logic of stars.
Hindu seers have given the basic guidelines for the same for us to build upon and understand our own nature and attempt to improve our lifestyle thereby enabling us to reach the ultimate goal of exit from the birth/death cycle.

Our complete 100H astrology course is taught by a certified and experienced Vedic Astrology teacher. It included two levels of respectively 40 hours and 60 hours. The 2-hour classes are held from monday to friday.

In order to access Level 2, it is required to complete Level 1. Please note that Level 3 is optional and not included in the Course fees.

Course dates:

04 DEC 2017- 23 DEC 2017 25 DEC 2017- 27 JAN 2018
05 FEB 2018- 24 FEB 2018 26 FEB 2018- 31 MAR 2018
02 APR 2018- 21 APR 2018 23 APR 2018- 26 MAY 2018
04 JUN 2018- 30 JUN 2018 02 JUL 2018- 03 AUG 2018
06 AUG 2018- 25 AUG 2018 27 AUG 2018- 29 SEP 2018
01 OCT 2018- 20 OCT 2018 02 OCT 2018- 24 NOV 2018

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We introduce the basic concepts of the Ayurvedic medicine through a 20H course. For more information on content, fees or dates, do not hesitate to contact us.

Ayurveda is the science of life surviving since time immemorial; it is perhaps the oldest comprehensive medical system which includes the entire events of life in its purview. The Life-style errors are the prime source of illness and hence the life-style management is the core source of health and wellness that was the central teaching of classical Ayurveda, now being accepted globally. ‘Swasthya’ is the state of equilibrium of Dosas, Agnis, Dhatus, Malas and body functions alongwith spiritual, sensorial and Mental Well-being, thus encompassing health and wellness in one sweep. Ayurveda defines Mental health as a state of quality wellbeing ie Prasannatmendriya manah with ability to maintain a positive continuum with the Nature ie Loka-Purusa Samya.


  1. Meaning and definitions of Ayurveda
  2. Historical legacy of Ayurveda
  3. Concept of Loka-Purusha theory.
  4. Concept of “Health” according to Ayurveda
  5. Introduction to Panchamaha bhutas (Five gross elements theory)
  6. Tridosha Theory
  7. Importance of Agni (Digestive fire) in Ayurveda
  8. Concept of Ahara (Food) in Ayurveda
  9. Concept of Sleep in Ayurveda
  10. Non-suppressible and suppressible urges for “PRESERVING HEALTH”.



  1. Concept of Three pillars of life (Tridandas) Sattva-Atma-Sharira
  2. Concept of Three sub-pillars of Life (Tri-Upasthambas) Food-Sleep-Celibacy/Sex.
  3. Concept of Prakriti (Physical and Mental constitution)
  4. Concept of Dialy health
  5. Concept of Seasonal Health
  6. Concept of Panchakarma ( Body purification)
  7. Home remedies for common health problems.