Sri Sri Yoga Teacher Training Program (SSY TTP) provides comprehensive and multidimensional yoga education and training that is rooted in science, experience and a lineage of yoga masters to enable excellence in teaching through self practice, service and expansion of the self for all walks of life.
Successful graduates will take home a 200H Yoga Alliance accredited yoga teaching certificate with 280 training hours in Sri Sri Yoga.
SSY TTP will enable you to:
Applicant requirement: A minimum of 6 months yoga practice.
*The SSY TTP will be the first training program to undergo and offer the QCI (Quality Council of India) accredited Yoga Curriculum. The SSY TTP curriculum contains all elements of the QCI curriculum guidelines. Graduates will have the option to prepare for the exam and to meet the number of hours for QCI certification an extra week of training would be required.
Founded by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a global humanitarian and thought leader in yoga and meditation, who is fully established in the self. The school seeks to expand the world’s understanding of yoga through education and training that is steeped in the vedas – the original roots of yoga – and a long lineage of masters while making it accessible and applicable for modern day use for people of all ages, abilities, cultures and religion. Through a comprehensive and multidimensional science based education, the schools’ programs integrate the four paths of yoga – Ghyana (wisdom), Karma (service and action), Bhakti (love and devotion) and Hatha (effort). Program graduates undergo a rigorous training and are equipped with a deep and personal understanding and experience of yoga that enables them to bring the different dimensions of yoga to their students. The simplicity of Sri Sri’s approach to yoga combines the fundamental principles of self practice (sadhana), service (seva) and expansion of the self (satsang) – this unique approach empowers individuals to thrive and society to blossom in human values.
Date & Time
Starts: Sep 01, 2018 12:00 PM
Ends: Sep 21, 2018 12:00 PM
Krishan Verma & Bharti Verma