200 Hour Meditation Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

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200 Hour Meditation Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

This is a 20 days comprehensive and Intensive Meditation Teacher Training Course designed for those who wish to deepen their meditation practice as well as teaching to others how to meditate. Being in the stressful world it is good to have sometime with our real self and need to find the rest within. This course not only trained you to be a meditation teacher but it helps you to understand yourself better so that you can start loving and caring yourself. All the lover of peace and happiness are qualified to join the training. Everyone can become a meditation teacher, it is recommend for the doctors, nurse, teachers, therapists, yoga teachers, businessman, students and the busy people.

This unique program of spiritual guidance leads to self-transformation. Our practical, experiential and scientific approach to meditation teacher training encourages students to incorporate these skills into their daily lives.

The Goal of Meditation:

Meditation is not something new; you have come with it into the world. Mind is something new, meditation is your nature. It is your nature, it is your very being. Your inner being is nothing but the inner sky. Clouds come and go, plants are born and disappear, stars arise and die, and the inner sky remains the same, untouched, untarnished, unscarred. We call that inner sky the sakshin, the witness and that is the whole goal of meditation.

Meditation is nothing but putting the mind aside, putting the mind out of the way, and bringing a witnessing which is always there but hidden underneath the mind. This witnessing will reach to your center, and once you have become enlightened, then there is no problem. Then bring the mind in tune with you - "The words of Osho".

200 hour Meditation Teacher Training Syllabus 12 areas of study:

1- History and Meditation Tradition.
2- Spiritual Practice.
3- Relaxation.
4- Concentration.
5- Meditation from different traditions.
6- Spiritual Anatomy.
7- Ayurveda Relation to meditation.
8- Meditation Psychology.
9- Meditation Philosophy.
10- Practicing and Teaching Methodology.
11- Sat-kriya.
12- Meditation Therapy.


You will gain practical knowledge and skills through.
1- Direct Teachings.
2- Self Practice.
3- Initiation and Blessings (Transmission of Energy).
4- Self-Study.
5- Practice Teaching.


The Meditation Techniques:

1. Basics of Meditation.
2. Breath Awareness Meditation.
3. Vipasana meditation.
4. Mantra Meditation.
5. Chakra Breathing Meditation.
6. Papa-Purusa Dahana Meditation.
7. Kundalini Meditation.
8. Nada Bramha Meditation.
9. Natraj Meditation.
10. Osho-Kundalini Meditation.
11. Dynamic Meditation.
12. Susumna Meditation.
13. Antar-mauna Meditation.
14. Kirtan Dhyan.
15. Anapansati Meditation.
16. Om meditation.
17. Tantra Meditation.
18. Metta Meditation.

Evaluation & Certification:

Assessments is based on:
1- Written Test.
2- Oral Test.
3- Attendance.
4- Performance.
5- Behavior.

Daily Schedule:

5:00 - 5:30 am : - Wake up and Daily Routine
5:30 - 6:30 am : - Silent Meditation
6.30 - 6.45 am: - Detox tea
6:30 - 08:00 am : - Joints and Glands Exercise with relaxation and breathing
8.00 - 8.30 am: - Yoga Nidra meditation
8.30 - 9.30 am : - Breakfast(fruits and juices)
9.30 - 10.30 am: - Ganga meditative walk
11:00 - 12:30 pm : - Meditation training and teaching practicum
01:00 - 02:00 pm: - Lunch (light and no salt allowed)
02:00 - 4:00 pm: - Mindfulness in Action (Break)
3.45 - 4.00 pm : - Lemon Tea or juice
4:00 - 5:00 pm: - Philosophy of meditation
5:30 - 7:00 pm: - Meditation Practice
7:30 - 8:30 pm : - Dinner(light)
8.30 - 9.00 pm: - Digestive Walking
9.30 pm : - Sleep with Awareness and Japa

The curriculum includes these topics:

1- What meditation is and what it is not.
2- How to get comfortable for a silent, sitting meditation.
3- Using the breath to calm the body and mind.
4- Concentration techniques to overcome mental restlessness.
5- How to use affirmations, visualization, walking meditations, and nature meditations.
6- How to open the heart and develop your feeling nature.
7- Music as an aid to meditation.
8- Effective presentation skills and how to overcome stage fright.
9- Becoming a truly dynamic teacher.
10- How to organize and market your classes.


Please Contact The Meditation Center, either Online or by Calling +91-9719630256

How to Sign Up

Please fill out this application. Once your application is received and reviewed, you will be contacted as soon as possible.

Our main textbooks will be

1- Meditation and its practice - Swami Rama.
2- Joints & Glands Exercises - Swami Rama.
3- The Path and Fire of Light - Swami Rama.
4- Meditation: First and Last Freedom - Osho.
5- Asana, Pranayama Mudra Bandha - Bihar School of Yoga.
6- From Medication to Meditation - Osho.

200 Hour Meditation Teacher Training Dates

2016 Meditation Teacher Training

200 Hours Meditation TTC

Date Availability

  • 2nd - 21th January - Complete
  • 2nd - 21th February - Complete
  • 2nd - 21th March - Complete
  • 2nd - 21th April - Complete
  • 2nd - 21th May - Complete
  • 2nd - 21th June - Complete
  • 2nd - 21th July - Available
  • 2nd – 21th August - Available
  • 2nd – 21th September - Available
  • 2nd – 21th October - Available
  • 2nd – 21th November - Available
  • 2nd – 21th December - Available
The total fee for the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is 1299 USD.

Apply now
2017 Meditation Teacher Training

200 Hours Meditation TTC

Date Availability

  • 2nd - 21th January - Available
  • 2nd - 21th February - Available
  • 2nd - 21th March - Available
  • 2nd - 21th April - Available
  • 2nd - 21th May - Available
  • 2nd - 21th June - Available
  • 2nd - 21th July - Available
  • 2nd – 21th August - Available
  • 2nd – 21th September - Available
  • 2nd – 21th October - Available
  • 2nd – 21th November - Available
  • 2nd – 21th December - Available
The total fee for the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course is 1299 USD.

Apply now

Clothing and Packing

Indians have different cultural norms than some tourists may be accustomed to. Those cultural norms extend to clothing and styles of dress.
As a whole, India is a very conservative country when it comes to clothing. Women rarely show their legs (no shorts, skirts, etc) or shoulders, and traditional ways of dressing are still widely used for both men and women. Although the Laxman Jhula and Ram Jhula parts of Rishikesh are very touristy, please be mindful of how your clothing might translate to Indians.
For yoga classes, bring clothing that is both comfortable for physical activity and weather appropriate. Don’t be afraid to showcase your personality! :)

Shopping in Rishikesh
A really fun part about Laxman Jhula is all the shops, stalls and stores! If you have time during your busy training schedule, go wander around for a bit and see what you can find. There are lots of fun clothing to buy like pants, shirts, shawls and scarves.
Some other items that are available in the nearby markets: Candles, Yoga gears, Natural/Ayurvedic beauty and personal care products, religious items, health food, snacks and much more.

To Bring From Home
Most of the general items you will need during your stay in India (or their equivalent) can be easily found in the nearby shops around the corner from our yoga school.
What we suggest you remember to bring is any specialty item that you can’t live without, like a specific personal care item or favorite snack from your country.

Vaccinations and Medical Care

Which vaccinations do I need before leaving India?
Deciding which vaccinations you will need to take before arriving in India is a very personal decision. Contact your medical care provider or a travel clinic to get yourself educated on what the recommended options are.

What if I get sick during my yoga program?
If you are sick, injured or in need of medical assistance, we will provide you with medical care or take you to a western-style hospital (whichever option is needed).

Discipline Rules for Students

  • Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited in the school.
  • If you are having a fast any day, you have to inform kitchen manager for avoiding food waste.
  • Always make discipline, respect teachers and follow all rules.
  • Always be in the time, you are late means will not be permitted to join class.
  • Clear your books of account before departure from World Peace Yoga School.
  • Before departure return your books, maps or any goods which you borrowed.
  • World Peace Yoga School provides accommodation for a student who join yoga classes. So any friends or reletives will not be included in accommodation.
  • Student have to present in all scheduled program of World Peace Yoga School.

Refund Policy - World Peace Yoga School

  • An advance of a course fees will not be refundable, only in the case of emergency students can join us on other schedules.
  • If student cancel the course, we accept cancellation but advance deposit will not be refund in cancellation.
  • There is no charge of course cancellation. Student just has to inform by email.
  • World Peace Yoga School is not responsible for any mishappenings before course schedule.


Meditation is a quality of being that you bring to the act. It is not a particular act, it is not that you do this then it is meditation – that you sit in a certain posture, siddhasana, and you keep your spine erect, and you keep your eyes closed or you look at the tip of your nose or you watch your breath, then it is meditation – no, these are just devices for the beginners - by Osho