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200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Non-Residential Course

Become a yoga teacher with Yogmandu's 200-hour Non-Residential Yoga Teacher Training course.

Our course takes you through the essential components required to expand and enhance your own yoga practice as well as be able to lead students through their practice confidently.

200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Non-Residential Course

Besides the 200 hours Residential Yoga Teacher’s Training, Yogmandu also offers the same in the form of a non-residential course. The 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training non-residential course best suits beginners and intermediate practitioners who want to become professional yoga instructors but don’t have the time to take the residential course.

One can register with the Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 upon the completion of our course.

Course Overview

Course FeeNPR 40,000 For Nepalese Citizen
USD 550 For Foreign Citizen
Duration28 Days
TimingsMorning and Afternoon
LevelBeginner to Intermediate
Yoga StyleSanatan and Hatha Yoga
Contact Hours: 100-110 hours (Physical/Online)
Non-Contact Hours: 90 - 100 hours
Language of InstructionMixed (English / Nepali)
CertificationYTT 200 Yoga Alliance US Certification
VenueYogmandu Yoga

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria are the same as that of the 200-hour Residential course!

  • Prior experience is good but not compulsory.
  • Proficiency in verbal and written communication.
  • 18 years old or more.

Please Note: If for any reason, a participant is found unfit to complete the course, Yogmandu keeps the right to discontinue his/her course without any refund. In some unavoidable situations, we may allow participants to complete the course in the near future with no additional charges.

Yoga Certification

Upon the completion of our 200-hour non-residential yoga teacher’s training course, participants will receive the internationally recognized Yoga Alliance YTT 200 certification following proper evaluation.

Course Content

  • Techniques, Training, and Practice
    • Prayer and Mantra Chanting
    • Sukshma Vyayama (Stretching), Warm-ups, and Sun Salutation
    • Asanas
    • Bandha and Pranayama
    • Shatkarma and Mudras
    • Yoga Nidra and Meditation
    • Body Alignment
    • Yoga Safety Guidelines
  • Teaching Methodology
    • Group Dynamics
    • Time Management
    • Principles of Demonstration
    • Verbal Cueing
    • Observation
    • Correcting
    • Qualities of a Good Teacher
  • Anatomy and Physiology
    • Constituents of a human body
    • Bones, Joints, Muscles
    • Human Body Systems
    • Spiritual Anatomy
      • Pancha Kosha
      • Chakras
      • Nadis
      • Kundalini
  • Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle, and Ethics
    • Meaning and History of Yoga
    • Patanjali Yoga Sutras
    • Forms of yoga
      • Karma Yoga
      • Bhakti Yoga
      • Mantra Yoga
      • Jnana Yoga


We’ll evaluate the yoga teacher training participants based on the following assessments:

  • Class participation
  • Lesson planning
  • Conducting a workshop
  • Mantra Chanting
  • Observations of the teacher
  • Communication during the class
  • Practicum


  • Tea / Coffee
  • Yoga textbook and notebook
  • Yoga Alliance Certificate
  • 13% VAT and 10% Service Charge

Graduation Ceremony

  • Certificate Distribution
  • 108 Sun Salutations (optional)
  • Special Fire Ceremony (optional)

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