Opening ceremony at 200 Hours Hatha & Tantra Meditation Yoga Teacher Training Thailand

200-hour Hatha & Tantra Meditation Yoga Teacher Training Chiang Mai Thailand

21-day transforming Yoga Teacher Training 

200-Hour Hatha & Tantra Meditation Yoga Teacher Training Thailand

Dear Yogis! Welcome to Advait yoga. Our 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training  Thailand is 21 days residential course designed to elaborate on classical Hatha and Tantra Meditation practices mainly. This Teacher Training Course is designed to give students a strong foundation in the fundamentals of Hatha Yoga practice, Yoga philosophy and Tantra Meditation techniques. Training places equal importance on the asana practices, anatomy, physiology, breathing exercises, Mudras, Bandhas, Yogic detox, various Yogic and Tantra Meditations, and Vegetarian diet and comfortable accommodation.

Advait yoga student batch at Yoga Teacher Training Thailand 2023

Training Fee with Accommodation and Food

Training Date 2023 / 2024

Training+ Breakfast, No Room

AC Standard Twin Share

AC Standard Single 

AC Deluxe Single 

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6 - 26 November 

€ 2000

€ 2900

€ 3300

€ 3700

3 - 23 December

€ 2000

€ 2900

€ 3300

€ 3700

12 Janaury - 1 February

€ 2000

€ 2900

€ 3300

€ 3700

Book 30-days before and receive 10% discount

Highlights of Yoga Teacher Training Chiang Mai Thailand

Training Fee Includes:

✓ 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training 21-day onsite
✓ Pick up from Chiang Mai Airport
1 free Traditional therapeutic Thai massage
✓ 1 free online Vedic Astrology consultation
✓ 20 Nights of accommodation
✓ Daily Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
✓ Training Manual, Notebook, and Neti pot
✓ Asana, Shatkriyas, pranayama, bandha, and mudra
✓ Multi-style meditations and mantra chanting
✓ Yoga Philosophy, anatomy, physiology 
✓ Teaching methodology and practice
✓ Dedicated and experienced instructors
✓ Training manual and online material
✓ Pre-reading study material 
✓ Hatha & Tantra Meditation Yoga Teacher Training 200-Hour certificate

Daily Training Schedule




​​​​6:30 – 8:15 am

Asana Pranayama meditation

8:30- 9:30 am


10:00- 11:15 am

Yoga Meditation Philosophy

11:30 – 12:50 pm


1:00 – 2:45 pm

Lunch and Rest

3:00 – 4:00 pm

Anatomy / Meditation

4:15 – 5:30 pm

Asana Teaching Practice

5:30 – 7:00 pm

Free relaxing time

7:00 – 8:00 pm


8:00 – 9:15 pm

Twice a week Meditation

Day off

Once a week


Note – It is a sample schedule. Timing remains the same topics changes as the group progress.



I want to come back because of the exceptional teachers, amazing relaxing place, lovely beach, and super healthy, delicious vegetarian food. What an unforgettable experience! Loved Yoga Teacher Training in Thailand.
Janette Slovakia 

Yogi Abhay and Manisha are excellent teachers and new friends.
Abhay was very considerate of every student. I found him very informative in class, and the conversation was also humorous! Manisha led her classes with clarity and compassion while owning an infectious laugh!! The training schedule was intense, but there was time to enjoy dance, relaxation, and laughter. Namaste.

Will, England

200 Hours Hatha & Tantra Meditation Yoga Teacher Training Syllabus

Asana Class At Advait yoga Teacher Training Thailand
Hatha & Tantra Meditation Yoga  Teacher Training Chaing Mai
200 Hours Yoga teacher Training Thailand Certification Ceremony
Hatha Yoga practice at 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course Thailand
Food Feast at Advait Yoga Teacher Training Thailand

Asanas: Pavanmuktasana series, Sun salutation, Moon salutation, safety, precautions, benefits, alignment, and student adjustment. Daily morning and evening, Hatha Yoga lead by the class by the teacher and teaching practice.

Pranayama means the expansion of prana. Yogic Pranayama exercises to purify all the energy channels in the body. Every Pranayama technique has unique benefits for the body and mind, which are interconnected and interdependent. The leading 10 Pranayamas will be practiced daily. 

Bandhas and Mudras: The Sanskrit word Bandha means to hold or lock. That involves a muscular lock and can be practiced separately or combined with various Pranayama and asanas. There are three Bandhas: 

  1. Jalandhara Bandha
  2. Mool Bandha
  3. Uddiyan Bandha

Maha Bandha combines the three bandhas and promotes longevity, restores energy, and invigorates the entire psyche.

Mudras are particular positions of the hands and body to establish unique energy patterns, similar to electrical circuits. Mudras can change mood, attitude, and perception and deepen awareness and concentration. The Mudras are also used in preparing for Meditation. Mudras are practiced individually or in combination with asanas, Pranayama, and bandhas.

Meditation and Yoga Nidra: Meditation is a state of thoughtlessness where a person experiences silence. Active and passive meditations help to go deeper in Meditation. Also able to bring body, mind, and emotions into harmony. In this Retreat, you will understand the practice and theory part of Meditation. 

Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep as it is known, is a beautiful and powerful meditation technique becoming increasingly popular as a solid and effective antidote for our modern stressful lifestyles. It is one of the most accessible yoga practices to induce relaxation while the practitioner rests comfortably in savasana (corpse pose)

Yoga Philosophy: Studying Yoga Philosophy is vital to the yoga teacher training program. Types and History of Yoga. Patanjali’s ever-practical Yoga Sutras and the Tantra Philosophy. 

Ethics for Yoga Teachers: A yoga teacher should adhere to ethical guidelines in personal life, with students, and outside the class.

Intro to Ayurvedic Lifestyle: Ayurveda is a sister science to Yoga and is known as the “science of life” as its primary intention is to support life and holistic health in a total sense. In our study of Ayurveda, we will look at three doshas and six types of tastes.

Shatkriyas:  Kriyas must be performed empty stomach in a comfortable, contained washing room in a peaceful and focused state of mind. During the monthly period, women can do Jalneti only. Consult with the teacher for contra-indications. 

Anatomy and Physiology: in this portion of our training program, we will study the musculoskeletal and organ systems and the anatomy of movement. Yoga teachers must understand how the body moves and doesn’t move! So that they can lead a class with confidence and skill. 

Study of the Energetic Body: here, we will focus on the Eastern Anatomy of the Energetic Body. Topics of study include an in-depth look at the Koshas (vital sheaths), the 7 Major Chakras (energy centers), the 5 Major Vayus (vital airs), and the Nadi or Meridian System. This portion of our studies allows us to go beyond the physical body and explore our subtle energetic bodies.

Practice and Techniques Training: each morning of our course will begin with a two-hour practice session where we will delve into the experience and the technique of asana, Pranayama, Meditation, and mantra, allowing our students to deepen their practice of Yoga while learning the application of a teaching method.

Teaching Methodology: The study of alignment, adjustments, creativity, and class sequencing. The art of physical demonstrations, verbal and physical adjustments, voice and presence of the teacher, and modifications for all posture types.

Teaching Practicum: it is of primary importance to me that all of my graduates get enough practical experience teaching asana within the Teacher Training program to feel confident to teach at the close of the course. Prospective students of this program can expect to prepare for their peers within the first week and, by the end of the study, have the skills they need to lead a 60-minute full-spectrum yoga class. 

Assessment: The program will culminate in a full-60 minute practicum (entire class), upon which students will be marked on integrating teaching skills, including voice, presence, sequencing, understanding of structural alignment, and observation.

Why should i join Yoga Teacher Training in Thailand

Buddha statue at Advait yoga Chiang Mai Thailand
Landscapes view of Chiang Mai Yoga Teacher Training Course Thailand
Outside View of Yoga Training Center Advait Yoga Thailand

About Chiang Mai

Enveloped with the ring of mountains, Chiang Mai is a peaceful city in Thailand, free from whirlwind life. Despite huge traffic of sightseers and planes, the city is still known for its calmness and beauty. This former capital of Lanna Kingdom is a place to soothe your mind, enjoy delicious cuisines and leisurely wandering. It’s fun to wander in the backstreet, and know about the city which is still purely Thai in its atmosphere. Chiang Mai has the rich ancient history of 700 years, and it is a place which has a lot of exciting things for tourists. Chiang Mai is also known for peaceful yoga teacher training certification. Suitable from beginners as well as teachers and teach them different yoga techniques. You can participate in such programs, if you want to make a career as a yoga teacher or simply want to learn it for maintaining physical and mental fitness.

Chiang Mai has something for everyone. Whether you are a nature lover, yoga lover, sports person, culture devotee or just want to spend some time in a luxurious spa, this city welcomes all. Plan your vacations in this city for making unforgettable memories.

Chiang Mai is an ancient city for historical temples, nature trekking, elephant riding, and scenic view of hill tribe village. Chiang Mai is famous for its distinctive culture, traditions, and festivals along with an impressive blend of local and ethnic communities from the whole world. In fact, this city is rated as one of the top destinations in Asia which have a glimpse of the cosmopolitan and modern trend but still maintains its traditional fascination. The city has more than 300 temples which are present there from the 13th century. Ride on the road of Chiang Mai and find artistic beauties like museums, waterfalls, mountain, national parks, ancient ruins and so on.

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