200 Hours Nada Yoga TTC

200 Hours Nada Yoga TTC

About Course

The 200 Hours Yoga course will be a combination of nada yoga (sacred sound) and yoga (asana, pranayama, anatomy, shatkarma, mudra-bandha, etc.). This course is suitable for the yoga teachers, students (beginner, intermediate & advanced) and music lovers who want to connect/integrate the enlightening power of sacred sound (nada yoga) with their daily practice of yoga.

Nada Yoga is a branch of Yoga in which transformation is brought through the Shabd or Nada. The nearest translation of Shabd and Nada is sound or vibration. But Shabd or Nada are not the same as sound because they can be produced either by striking two objects known as Ahata sound or without striking two objects which is called Anahata sound. Anahata sound can be heard at the Anahata or heart chakra. Nada has the same place in Yoga as energy has in science. We can’t see energy, but we can feel it as vibrations. All energy, all vibrations generate sound. Sound is one way for us to experience this energy.


  • Nada yoga and its types
  • Integrate the practice of yoga with nada yoga
  • Theory of Sound
  • Music therapy
  • Proper Sanskrit mantra chanting
  • Learn to sing spiritual kirtans and bhajans, perfectly
  • Lessons of Indian classical music – sitar, tabla, harmonium, vocal, etc
  • How to match your body’s frequency to instruments sound
  • Effect of sound or nada in your daily life
  • Introduction to Yoga and its paths
  • Yoga Philosophy
  • Meditation
  • Shatkarma – body purification
  • Pranayama techniques (purification through breath)
  • Yoga postures (asanas), their benefits, potential risks and proper alignments
  • The art of sequencing the yoga class in one flow with full confidence
  • Sanskrit names of the postures
  • Introduction to Ayurveda – Kapha, Vata, Pitta, etc.


  • Dr Jivasu: His (Pradeep Kumar) teachings are called as Naturality or Sahajta. Naturality is to ‘to live according to our nature’ and ‘walk our own path’.  His teachings explore the fear of death (and life) and freedom from that fear.  He experienced his first awakening during his stay in Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh, which culminated in the realization that death is not the end of life. Only body and mind die but the consciousness is immortal.
  • Yogacharya Bhuwan Chandra: A native of the Greater Himalayas, with a Master’s degree in Yoga from the Uttaranchal Sanskrit University (Haridwar campus). He is a recognized professional Indian Classical Musician and nada yogi. In 2008, he founded the Nad Yoga Trust to spread his knowledge on nada yoga and then began to organize the annual International Yoga and Music Festival. He has actively participated in yoga festivals, seminars and music concerts all over India and abroad. Enriched by with this experience and having understood the intricate connection of between music and the body chakra mechanism, he has created a holistic approach to yoga through the science of music (Nada), thus bringing a fresh approach to the yoga sequences. 
  • Yogacharya Mohan Panwar: His deep understanding of body alignment and asana makes him an excellent teacher to give basic comprehension over the human body. His classes are an amalgamation of professionalism, competence, strictness with considerate softness and a good sense of humor, which makes his classes extremely effective and enthusiastically balanced. He is a passionate teacher with zeal to discover something new in each and every student
  • Yogi Tara: He has been teaching at Nada Yoga School since the start of the first teacher training at Nada Yoga School, specializing in the field of yoga asana and Sanskrit mantra chantings. He is imparting his knowledge to the students of Nada Yoga School which aims to develop human mind, better lifestyle and spread love, peace, happiness everywhere.
  • Yogi Yogendra Mishra: Yogiji is a senior Yogi and meditation master. He also holds a masters degree from Agra University in philosophy, as well as a physical education science degree from Amravati University. You will find him at Nada Yoga School (which is his second home), when he is not teaching in Russia, Germany, Japan, Canada or the US. Yogiji has been a Yoga teacher for 30 years. He has also taken part in several Yoga research projects determining the association of Yoga and well-being.
  • Joshita Arora: Her curiosity to explore different aspects of Yoga led her to Rishikesh and Asian Countries where she studied and still continues to learn by intensively participating in different forms of Yoga, Workshops, and Courses. She teaches Yoga and Meditation at Nada Yoga School in Rishikesh. She loves to bring enthusiasm and dynamism to her classes and finds teaching Yoga and Meditation the most fulfilling path as it helps her to know herself in so many ways.
  • Dr. Usha Vaishnav:  She is currently a chief consultant and manager of the Ayurveda Nirvana clinic in Rishikesh, providing such services as detailed consultations, prakriti analysis, basic to advanced level Ayurveda courses, Panchakarma treatments and is a respected instructor of Ayurveda in our Yoga Teacher Training Programs.

1st – 28th April 2020
1st – 28th August 2020
8th November – 5 December 2020

Course Accreditation & Hours

200 Hours & Yoga Alliance

Date & Timings

8th November – 5 December 2020




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