Branch Of IGYNTRI-Bhartiya Gramodhyogic Yog Prakratik Chikitsa Prashikshan Anusandhan Sansthan Registered No -487 Established-1986

Pure Ganga Yoga: Your Ultimate Destination

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Why Pure Ganga Yoga?

At Pure Ganga Yoga, we understand that you are anxious to know about each and everything about Yoga and it's associated benefits. Thus, We strive to teach you all possible things related to Yoga and Good health. Apart from this, there are several other reason to choose us.

  • (1) The founder, director and chief yoga instructor of pure Ganga Yoga is the traditional Yoga teacher from the previou generations.
  • (2) Our Technical Workshops for the Backbending and Hip Opening are really help to develop your flexibility
  • (3) Our teacher personally attained to each and every student during the class to correct the posture and to help the students.
  • (4) The Pure Ganga Yoga is situated in safe environment . Many -many foreigners stay here for long time and many single female guests arriving in India, often for the first time, this is extremely important to us.
  • (5) We try to provide you a friendly environment.
  • (6) In the North side of Vashisht is a very holy and spiritual Jogani temple
  • (7) There is a big and very beautiful natural water fall is the point of attraction.
  • (8) Very nice views sraunded with Himalaya.
  • (9) Himalaya is the real place to get success in your Yoga Sadhana.


Leading Teacher : Rajeev Bhardwaj( Yogaachariya / Yogi Raj)

Rajeev Bhardwaj is the lead teacher and course director for the teacher trainings. Being a lead teacher he is responsible for 70 to 80 percent of teaching. He is into the field of Yoga, Meditation, Philosophy and Ayurveda consistently for the last 20 years. He is a traditional yogi his father reached in Samadhi in young age. He has taught several batches of 100, 200hrs and 300hrs YTTC, teaching a lot of students from all over the world.

Ashtanga Yoga (in traditional way created by Maharishi Patanjali ):

The Pure Ganga Yoga Teacher Training course is based on the eight limbed yoga philosophy of Patanjali and emphasizes on all the eight limbs of Ashtanga yoga, not only on Asana. There is a lot of emphasis on Yamas, Niyamas, Pranayama, concentration, meditation techniques and mindfulness. This comprehensive curriculum also includes Yoga philosophy including Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, yogic lifestyle and ethics, yogic diet, basic ayurveda, anatomy and physiology for yoga teachers and practitioners.

Our 200 hour teacher training course is around four week intensive program of study designed to give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach Ashtanga and Vinyasa "Flow". Beginner to 8intermediate level practitioners are welcome to take this course as well. Your teacher training journey with us is as much about deepening your own practice and individuality as it is about gaining the skills to teach others. We passionately believe in the significance of your own journey of discovery and experience on the development of your unique personal voice and style as a teacher.

We are unorthodox and non-dogmatic in our approach towards yoga. We strongly encourage our students to bring in their own creativity, intuitions and spiritual experiences into their teaching styles. Your time with us will be spent on expanding your knowledge of asanas, paying particular attention to key alignment and anatomical structure to both benefit and deepen your own practice as well as teaching others safely.

Ashtanga Primary series in order to develop a solid foundation of asana and alignment practice on which to draw from in developing and sequencing a Vinyasa Flow class, where various other asana will also be incorporated. In these styles, asana are practiced in a sequence in a dynamic and flowing style using breath, drishti (gaze) and bandhas (energy locks). By the end of the course students will be able to teach Ashtanga primary series and also create their own Vinyasa Flow sequences.

Ashtanga Yoga ( in morden way)

Introductions with real Astanga yoga.
The elements of Ashtanga yoga: Vinyasa (breath-synchronised motion), Ujjayi Pranayama (victorious breathing), bandhas (inner locks), dristis (gaze points)
Primary series: Sun salutations, standing series, seated series, finishing sequence Jump backs and jump throughs,
Drop backs
Students will practice primary series every morning three to five times in a week.

Yin or restorative Yoga :

Students will practice at least two to four classes of Yin or restorative yoga per week in the afternoons 4 to 6 pm.

Course content in detail :

Our Pure Ganga Yoga Alliance Registered 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program incorporate training hours in the following educational categories and topics

Practice techniques :

Practice techniques: for 80 postures of Ashtanga primary series and a few more advance postures including arm balances.
Modifications: other variations and advance variation of all postures.
How to use yoga props: like block, bolster, strap, blanket, wall in your yoga practice and rope headstand.
Posture clinics: Corrections, modifications and variations are suggested one- on- one every day after asana class or in posture Clinics on alternate days in accordance with the observation and feedback made by our teachers about your practice or your own individual need.
Themed workshops: on topics such as hip opening, headstand and inversions, back bending, arm balances are conducted on alternate days to help you understand and practice these safely and effectively.
Daily hands-on-adjustments: are given to students by expert teachers to deepen your physical practice

Posture lazaret :

"Every alternate days at 4 -6 PM "

In addition to the main asana teacher we have at least one more full time experienced and dedicated teacher during the regular asana practice who would be making observation about your personal practice and alignment during main asana classes in the morning. The feedback based on these observations will be given to you accordingly so that you can take the help of the teacher to correct your alignment or choose the suitable modification on variation. The teachers will suggest you the necessary correction in your practice as soon as you have time the same day or during the posture clinics. We do this to make sure that you practice with correct techniques and alignment from the day one so that you can improve and deepen your practice every time you hit the mat; so that when you leave the course you have advanced your practice to a much higher level than you came with.

Teaching methodology and technique :

  • Principles of demonstration
  • Observing, assisting and correcting
  • Instruction, teaching styles, qualities of a teacher
  • Voice projection, floor presence
  • The student's process of learning
  • Planning and structuring a class
  • Alignment and hands-on-adjustment
  • Dealing with injuries and safety precautions

Pranayama , mudra, bandhas and kriya

Pranayama (yogic breathing)
Introduction, its aspects, pranic body, different types of prana, types of breathing, anatomy of breathing, Yogic breathing, Nadi Shodhana (alternate nostril breathing),Sheetali (cooling breath), Shitkari (hissing breath), Bhramari (humming bee breath), Ujjayi (the psychic or victorious breath), Bhastrika (bellows breath), Kapalbhati (frontal brain cleansing breath), suryabheda (vitality stimulating breath)
Mudra (Psychic gesture)
Introduction, types, Hand mudras, Head mudras, Postural mudras, Lock mudras, Lock (bandha) mudras, perinial mudras Jnana mudra (psychic gesture of knowledge), chin mudra (psychic gesture of consciousness), Shambhavi mudra (eyebrow center of gazing), Nasikagra drishti (nosetip gazing), Khechari mudra (toungue lock), Shanmukhi mudra (closing the seven gates), Vipareet karani (inverted psychic attitude), maha mudra (great psychic attitude)
Bandhas (energy locks) : Inroduction, types, throat lock, root lock, abdominal lock, great lock.


  • Includes both human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.). Includes both the study of the subject and application of its principles to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc).
  • Practical anatomy with a major emphasis on muscular and skeletal structures and in depth study of anatomical and skeletal differences i.e. compression, tension, and proportion and orientation theory.
  • Introduction and different body systems.
  • Skeletal system, mascular system, connective tissue, nervous system, major joints of the body.
  • Breathing and respiratory system.
  • Food and digestive system.

Variations of yoga during the Yoga Teacher Training Course.

  • 1. Hatha Yoga : The Yoga of breathing controling.
  • 2. Astanga yoga (Patanjali) : Yoga of Body and Mind Purification.
  • 3. Astanga flow Yoga : Yoga of Physical activity.
  • 4. Hatha flow Yoga : Yoga of body and breath.
  • 5. Jnana Yoga : Yoga of Enquiry for real knowlege.
  • 6. Karma Yoga : Yoga of Action.
  • 7. Bhakti Yoga : Yoga of Devotion.
  • 8. Mantra Yoga : Yoga of Recitation with prayer
  • 9. Kundalini Tantra Yoga : Yoga of opening and controling Energy.
  • 9. Kundalini Tantra Yoga : Yoga of opening and controling Energy.
  • 10.Raja Yoga : Yoga of controlling mind thoughts by the Meditation.
  • 11.Yoga in Iyenger style.
  • 12.Yoga in Swami Satyannda style.


- six actions of body cleaning -this is a very important part of Hatha Yoga. Shatkarma is the technique to detoxification / purification of your body and mind. It is the foundation of yoga . So our focus to the students daily practice of Shatkarma.