Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal

Hatha Yoga Teacher training by Nepal Yoga Institute

Many people around the world visit Nepal to explore its mind-blowing natural and cultural heritage. Apart from that, this mystical land of Mount Everest and the birthplace of Lord Buddha is considered the ultimate destination for yoga enthusiasts to learn and practice yoga and meditation. Yogi Gorakhnath created Hatha Yoga and Machindranath performed the Sadhana in Nepal.

Nepal Yoga Institute offers the best hatha yoga teacher training in Nepal. We are renowned for proper yoga and spiritual learning, genuine and methodical teaching with theoretical and practical curriculum on the conventional yogic techniques. We offer both basic and advance training classes relevant to the choice of the learners. We have a team of highly professional yoga teachers to guide you to become a qualified and certified instructor. You can achieve your dream of becoming a successful and trained yoga teacher.

What is Hatha Yoga?

Hatha meaning ‘forceful' in Sanskrit is a branch of Yoga where physical techniques are practiced to obtain relaxation. Any form of yoga that deals with physical positions is Hatha Yoga. Hatha simply indicates the physical yoga position, signifying your Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Iyengar Yoga and Power Yoga lessons. Moreover, you can translate the word “Hatha” into two ways - “determined” or “powerful” or the yoga of action. 

Some of the Hatha yoga positions are:

  • Headstand (Sirsasana)

  • Shoulder stand (Sarvangasana)

  • Plough Pose (Halasana)

  • Fish Pose (Matsyasana)

  • Sitting Forward Bend Pose (Paschimottanasana)

  • Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)

  • Locust Pose (Shalabhasana)

  • Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)

  • Half Spinal Twist Pose (Ardha Matsyendrasana)

  • Crow Pose (Kakasana)

  • Peacock Pose (Mayurasana)

  • Standing Forward Bend (Pada Hasthasana)

  • Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)

Hatha Yoga Teacher Training At Nepal Yoga Institute

You can completely rely on Nepal yoga institute for Hatha yoga teacher training. Throughout the course, you will be able to develop your yoga postures gaining a deeper knowledge of the connection of yogic science and the human body.

You will gain the understanding of living a happy and fit yogic life in a calm, harmonious, and fresh environment. During the Hatha Yoga training, you will be introduced to the various aspects of Hatha yoga system – Asanas, Pranayama, Shatkarma, Mudra and Bandha.

When a class is marked as Hatha, it normally indicates that you can obtain the moderate preface to the most fundamental yoga positions. You almost certainly won't improve a sweat in a hatha yoga class, but you will surely finish up leaving class feeling more calm, comfortable, and relaxed.

Who can join Hatha Yoga Training?

  • The one who wants to practice yoga, teach yoga and wants deeper knowledge on it.

  • Anyone with necessary physical stamina and mental discipline. This training is intense on a physical, mental and spiritual level.

  • The one with the passion to learn and willingness to share it all over the world.

  • Anyone who wants to live a disease-free healthy life

  • Anyone who wants to become a hatha yoga teacher

  • Anyone who aims to self-discover, master the style, and achieve the balance in mind, body, and spirit.

Why NYI for Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal?

  • Complete in-depth course

  • Focused on responsiveness, breathing, suppleness, and meditation

  • Includes the idea of ancient to modern practical yoga viewpoint

  • Experience and discover the art of teaching Hatha yoga

  • Understand basic yoga values in a way you can incorporate into your teachings

  • Understand basic anatomy and physiology

  • A rejuvenated mind and body and increased ability to perform various postures

  • Achieve an ideal experience, knowledge and Yoga Alliance validated Certification to teach the style globally

  • Move ahead towards an authentic spiritual practice and self-discovery

Get in touch with us to learn more about Hatha Yoga and other yoga teacher training programs.