Learn With The Best Gurus At Pokhara Yoga School

Learn With The Best Gurus At Pokhara Yoga School

We Provide The Best Program To Become Teacher

Pokhara Yoga School is a Yoga Alliance certified. With us you can do a 200-hour, 300-hour or 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (YTTC). After successfully completing a course with us, you'll be awarded by Yoga Alliance certification (discover more about the Yoga Alliance – link to the article 23). This means you'll be qualified to teach yoga anywhere in the world. Following a challenging and inspiring course, you'll be able to pass on the tradition of yoga to new generations of yogis.

Our aim is to impart teachings and practices of traditional yoga style on excellent standards. We have designed our classes according to the guidelines set by Yoga Alliance. You will get top-grade instructions in yoga here with us.

We Deal with The Best Nepalese Teachers

Our teachers are all highly trained. After a yoga teacher training with us, you will notice visible improvements in your style and technique thanks to their amazing advice and lessons.

Sanjeev Singh Madan, Meditation Teacher:

Madan is a yoga teacher and Thai yoga massage therapist. Madan was born near Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, in the South of Nepal. At the age of 12, he has been introduced to yoga by a Yogi Master from the Himalayas, with whom he has been practicing yoga for some time. From that moment, yoga became a fundamental part of his life. He completed several yoga teacher training and studied yoga philosophy and Thai yoga massage therapy in various universities and schools of India. As a Yoga Therapist and Masseur, he also treats various diseases like asthma, depression, meridian and muscle blockages, back problems, and other common ailments.

Discover more about him (link to the article 33)

Prem Bahadur, Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher:

Prem Bahadur Shah moved to India at the age of 19 and joined Upaya Yoga’s Teacher Training school in 2014, starting his career as a master in Indian Yogic Saatvik Vegetarian food, working as a kitchen chef and as a manager. However, he soon realized that cooking was not his only passion, working and living in a yogic environment became a stimulation, awakening a deep curiosity and interest in yoga practice. In 2015, he finally decided to change the course of his life, starting his own yogi practice with some gurus. He completed his 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (ERYT) in February 2015 working since then as a teacher, sharing his knowledge and motivation with other students. His passion and his main focus are in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, having completed the first series and second in Mysore (India). He can also teach traditional Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, pranayama, mantra chanting and kriya practice.

Discover also Mickaeli, our Vinyasa Flow Teacher (link to article 34) and Kuldeep, our Hatha Yoga Teacher (link to article 35)