How look like a typical day at Pokhara Yoga School

This is an example of how a typical day looks like if you decide to do a yoga teacher training with us :

• 05:00-05:30 Wake Up

• 05:45 Herbal Tea

• 6:00 Pranayama & Shatkarma

• 7:00 Hatha Yoga

• 8:30 Breakfast time

• 10:00 Philosophy

• 11:30 Anatomy

• 12:30 Lunch break

• 13:45 Rest / Self Study Time/ karma yoga

• 15:00 Safety and alignment / Art of teaching

• 16:30 Ashtanga

• 18:30 Meditation / Mantra

• 19:30 Dinner

• 22:00 Light off

During the 200-hour course, classes are held 6 days a week. One day per week, usually Sunday, is the day off. During the week, when we have classes we work hard, but we have also some time to chill, rest and enjoy our beautiful nature and view to the lake.

On days off we like to have fun and to share some of Pokhara’s natural and spiritual wonders with students. Pokhara have so much to offer (Discover what to do in Pokhara – link to the article 13). Here are some activities you could enjoy with us during your day off:

- Sunrise yoga with a view of the snow-capped Sarangkot mountain peak

- Trek to the World Peace Pagoda

- Visiting Devi Falls, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave or Seti River Gorge

- Rowing on Phewa Lake or visiting its island temple

- The city center of Pokhara (Lakeside), which is a 15–20-minute walk from our school, is also a hub of restaurants, cafes and shops. There are many spots where you can watch the sun set over the majestic Phewa Lake

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