Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga Teacher
Training in Nepal
Autumn 2024 | $3,495 USD

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The venue

There’s no better place than Nepal – with its 5,000-year-old tradition of spiritual practice – to do your Yoga Teacher Training. Nepal is the land of ‘living tantra.’ It breathes this knowledge and supports your spiritual practice.

Stay in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Pharping, one of the most sacred pilgrimage valleys in Nepal. Gorakshanath and Padmasambhava attained enlightenment here. The monastery is situated in a peaceful valley surrounded by old forests and rice paddies where we can visit sacred temples and caves, as well as experience rural Nepali life.

An immersion style TTC gives you the space to study yoga away from the distractions and responsibilities of regular life. Wake up each day from a dream and slip onto your meditation seat, while the sun rises over the mountains and monks chant puja.

Neydo Hotel is part of the monastery and our presence there helps to finance the monks education. The guest rooms are comfortable with ensuite bathrooms and solar hot water. The staff are friendly and the food is delicious. It’s the ideal environment where you will be surrounded by people who have devoted their lives to spiritual practice and all your needs are taken care of, so you can focus on your own inner journey, have a transformative experience and take your practice to the next level. Neydo is the perfect place to practice yoga

Neydo Monastery


To be accepted on the training, you need to have a regular yoga practice for a minimum of two years to ensure that you have the necessary physical stamina and mental discipline required to complete the training.

Immersion-style training in Nepal can easily take you out of your comfort zone. You will live in an intimate setting with total strangers. You’ll share a room. You’ll be totally immersed in yoga practice (pranayama/meditation/asana, philosophy, anatomy & physiology, as well as the business of yoga and practical teaching) for 10 hours a day, 6 days a week, for close to a month. It can be intense on a physical and emotional level. There will be good days and vulnerable days and we will help you find equanimity in the process.

You will emerge having a taste of what it means to be a yogi.

What we believe

  • Yoga is an ancient science that uses the body and breath to penetrate the mind and liberate us from suffering. Yoga is the path to enlightenment Moksha.
  • While there are many different authentic paths of Hatha Yoga, we believe that they merge into ONE essential teaching that uses the body and the breath to liberate ourselves from suffering.
  • We aim to give you the highest skills possible to teach and reveal the spiritual path underlying the practice so you can glimpse your true nature – Purusha (pure consciousness.)
  • We want you to live the yogic reality – and to take the practice off the mat, integrate the knowledge into your life and share it with others.
  • Deciding to teach yoga should not be a career move. It should be a sincere calling deep within your heart.
  • Yoga Teacher Training is an investment in the future. Being an inspired and excellent teacher involves much more than getting a certificate.
  • It requires dedication, discipline and years of continuous practice. You must also have a true desire to serve others in order to communicate to your students the true essence of yoga. Establishing yourself as a teacher is a journey of many steps: start your journey here and become the teacher or practitioner you aspire to be.

Your investment

Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal
Autumn 2024

$3,495 USD
Early Bird: $???? by 17 May 2024
Includes yoga tuition + 2 vegetarian meals a day + twin share accommodation. Single supplement is $650 USD. (Payment plans are possible on request.)

Sample daily timetable

  • 6:00 – 7:15 – Pranayama and meditation
  • 7:30 – 10.00 – Asana technique
  • 10:00 – 12:00 – Brunch
  • 12:00 – 14:00 – Philosophy
  • 14:00 – 15:00 – Break
  • 15:00 – 18:00 – Yoga clinic
  • 18:00 – 19:30 – Dinner
  • 19:30 – 21:00 – Evening program (Films, Satsang, Readings or Yoga Nidra

Note: This is a sample schedule and may change slightly due to festival holidays and the interests of the course. Sundays are free time.