Yoga Teacher Training in Dharamsala

The Tibetan Buddhist roots of Dharamsala stretch back to the 8th century, although most of the local population long since reverted to (and remains) Hindu. “Dharamsala” literally means an “inn attached to a temple”, and it was so until the district headquarters in Kangra became too crowded and the British moved 2 of their regiments in the late 1840s to what is now Dharamsala. Over the years, this grew to be district headquarters of Kangra, and the very location is now known as the Police Lines.

After falling into obscurity in the early days of Indian independence, Dharamsala regained some social standing in 1959 with the arrival of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in Exile . Currently, it is a popular destination for travelers and students of Buddhism.

Accommodations

We have Standard and Deluxe Rooms for your use during your teacher training in Dharamsala.

Room Type A
Room Type ARoom Type ARoom Type ARoom Type A
  • Beautiful Mountain Views
  • Free wi-fi
  • Includes Vegetarian Food
  • Airport Pickup

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Room Type A
Course Price | Duration
200 Hours INR 85,000* | for 30 days
300 Hours INR 121,000* | for 41 days
500 Hours INR 185,000* | for 70 days
*If not booked 50 days in advance there will be a INR 5000 surcharge.
Room Type B
Room Type BRoom Type BRoom Type BRoom Type B
  • Free wi-fi
  • Includes Vegetarian Food
  • Airport Pickup

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Room Type B
Course Price | Duration
200 Hours INR 82,000* | for 30 days
300 Hours INR 118,000* | for 41 days
500 Hours INR 182,000* | for 70 days
500 Hours INR 175,000* | for 70 days (private room)
500 Hours INR 169,000* | for 70 days (dual occupancy)
*If not booked 50 days in advance there will be a INR 5000 surcharge.

Student Feedback

  • I really enjoyed the Yoga classes … feeling thankful for the knowledge shared by the teachers. - Tessa Overmars – Netherlands (300 Hours TTC )
  • First of all, thank you for putting it all together. Everyone has worked very hard and diligently. Much love VJ! I enjoyed the different teachers for different topics – Anatomy, Philosophy, Methodology, Back-bending and Pranayama. Much love and aloha! - Anna Koley – USA (300 Hours TTC)
  • I learned a lot from Vijay’s TTC. I learned the Asanas well and the Pranayama. The lecturing classes on Anatomy and Philosophy were fantastic. I feel confident now that I can teach Yoga to at least someone who is a beginner… Over all I am glad I took the Course and I will take Vijay’s classes in the future.. Thank you Vijay!!! - Nathaniel Richter – USA (200 Hours TTC)
  • I cannot overemphasize how much every aspect of this course: teachers, helpers, organization, circumstances, surroundings and facilities contributed to my immersion in the practice of Yoga in a most revealing, down to earth, bone-flesh-and-spirit way. I am deeply thankful from my whole being for this experience. May all be happy! - Yevgeniy (Zhenya) Ampleyev – USA (300 Hours TTC)
  • It was an interesting Course – good methodology, where you learn clearly how to handle students during their asanas; great Indian Philosophic teaching with Dr. Ganesh and equally good teaching in Anatomy from Lisa. I enjoyed the atmosphere; quite relaxed but still serious and uplifting. Thank you all!! - Lara Sardyga – France (200 Hours TTC)