Yog Nisarga – Yoga Teacher Training
The journey to become a Yoga Teacher starts with establishing a personal practice, a dedicated study of the ancient wisdom of YogaSutras, and applying their core principles in your life. Yog Nisarga’s 200-Hour Residential Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training Program will help you to build a strong foundation and to deepen your practice. The course is officially recognized by Yoga Alliance USA and Yoga Alliance UK.
For twenty-five days you will be immersed in the theory and practice of Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, and the Art of Teaching. During the course you will have the opportunity to apply the new theoretical knowledge by teaching classes to your fellow students. Since our students come from all over the world, we have designed a cross-cultural friendly and adaptable program. By the end of the course you will return home not only with useful information and new skills, but many fond memories of your time in India.
About Yog Nisarga
The word Yog is derive out of Sanskrit root “ YUJ” means “union” or “bringing together. Nisarga means nature. So, Yog Nisarga means union with inner and outer nature. Yognisarga was founded by Swami Prem Sandip in 2007. Prem was introduced to Yoga and meditation practices since he was 6 years old by his elder brother Yogi Abhay. Later on he started exploring various Yoga and Meditation. Following his heart he started travelling India and Nepal, visiting sacred places and learning different styles of Yoga. During this time he gained proficiency in Hatha and Shivananda Yoga and today he holds Yoga Alliance Teacher certificates of these styles. In 2011 Prem Sandip started attending Mysore style Ashtanga Yoga classes by Rolf and Marci in Anjuna, Goa. Rolf was certified to teach by Guru ji Sri K. Pattabhi Jois himself in 1996. So, Prems’ linage is going back to Sri Pattabhi Jois and Sri T. Krishnamacharya who is considered to be a founder of modern Ashtanga Yoga style. His meditation practice became well-established and profound thanks to dedication and studies in various ashrams and meditation centers.