Intercultural Teacher Traing Yoga Courses in Thailand - Oct 2019 & Nov 2019

30/09/2019 to 25/11/2019

Intercultural Teacher Training Yoga Courses in Thailand
(with sightseeing of Thailand)

(1) 30.09.2019 – 28.10.2019 , within which yoga course period: 03.10.2019 – 24.10.2019
(2) 28.10.2019 – 25.11.2019 within which yoga course period: 01.11.2019 – 22.11.2019 

Duration: 28 days, yoga course: 21 days.  

MaeWin Guesthouse & Resort,
47 Moo 5, Mae Win Sub-District,
Mae Wang District,
Chiang Mai, Thailand 50360

We cordially invite you to the Intercultural Teacher Training Yoga Courses (two separate dates), which we coorganize with the Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Rishikesh, India and Yoga Vidya Mandiram, branch in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The courses will take place in the lap of the beautiful valley, Mae Wang, in the Loi Lar mountain range near the highest peak of Thiland, Doi Inthaton (2675 m.n.p.m). It is an area in northern Thailand near the border with Burma, the place from which the Himalayas range originates.

Intensive trainings at the basic and intermediate levels are aimed at providing the solid basis of the most important elements of the theory and practice of classical Yoga taught according to the method as passed down in the lineage of the Himalayan Masters by Ven. Swami Rama and Ven. Swami Veda BharatiAt the end of the course Participants will be provided the Registered Yoga Trainer (200 RYT) certificate recognized internationally by the Yoga Alliance, USA. In addition, staying in Thailand among practicing yoga and hospitable Thai people will allow you to directly learn about their culture and common ties with Indian culture.

By taking part in the courses, you can regenerate your strength and improve the quality and effectiveness of your life because the effective practice of yoga for 21 days in the heart of Thailand in the mountains covered with lush jungle and 7 days of exploring the most beautiful corners of this region.

The programs are taught by the well-prepared team of teachers and practitioners who have spent many years in the best ashramas of India and have long experience in teaching.

Participants will be gradually initiated into cleansing practices (shatkriya), subtle gymnastics (sukshma vyayama), releasing tensions in joints and glands (granthi-mocana), body positions (asanas) and sequences of physical exercises (vinyasa), control of breath (pranayama), expressions (mudra), taming of the energies (bandha) and last but not the least the relaxation exercises, gradually developing the ability to enter yogic sleep (yoganidra). The Sanskrit Vedic recitation and recitation of Yoga-sutras are also the part of the course and their different layers of meaning will be gradually uncovered by teachers. The method and structure of the course is based on the Himalayan Yoga (Himalayan Yoga) tradition thought by venerable Swami Rama of the Himalayas and venerable Swami Veda Bharati (dr Usharbudha Arya).

Staying in Thailand among international practitioners and hospitable Thai people will give you unique opportunity to open on different cultures and know unique Thai culture. The clean environment of the mountains covered with lush jungle is selected as the ideal place to provide the maximum benefits from Yoga practices. Among these benefits the most important are spiritual, mental and physical strength, the improvement of the quality of sleep and overall improvement of the efficiency of life. 

Excellent cooperation of local Thai people who will be involved both in the organization of the event and in the course itself is ensured. They will show us the richness and depth of Thai culture and lead us to places which cannot be experienced in tourist events.

Itinerary - 
October session:  
30.09.2019 - departure from Warsaw-Bangkok, 
01-02.09.2019 sightseeing Bangkok, 
03.10.2019 – 24.10.2019 – training in Chiang Mai, 
28.10.2019 return Bangkok-Warsaw.

November session:  
28.10.2019 - departure from Warsaw to Bangkok, 
30-31.10.2019 sightseeing in Bangkok, 
01.11.2019 – 22.11.2019 training in Chiang Mai,
25.11.2019 return Bangkok-Warsaw

In Wednesdays are free for sightseeing and trips.

- Entrance to the highest peak of Thailand (in Doi Inthaton National Park, 2565 m above sea level)
- Visiting temple complexes at Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park
- Exploring Chiang Mai, the city of 700 temples.
- Others planned on the spot according to the proposal of Thai co-organizers.

On 13.11.2019 we will also take part in beautiful celebration of Loy Krathong, i.e. the Moonlight Festival.


-International flight and visa cost (to be arranged by oneself). 
-1800 USD – 200 hours of yoga trainings and learning tools + accommodation in 2-4 persons comfortable rooms during TTP + healthy, vegetarian food (3 times a day and two time tea / herbal tea) + costs of all organized transport, meals, entrance tickets etc. during organized sightseeing and excursions within the 21 days yoga training (each Wendsday) + travel costs from Bangkok to Chiang Mai by night sleeper train and back to Bangkok + part of the remaining arrangment and assistence expenses before and after the course.   
-100 USD – payment for programs not included in the course period. 

The mode of payment: 
210 USD prepayment payable to the Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Thailand, bank account. Paying the prepayment is equal with registration.     
1590 USD - payable to the Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Thailand, bank account, or in cash after arriving to Thailand.
100 USD  - payable after arrival to Thailand.

1) Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Rishikesh (India)
2) Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Chiang Mai (Thailand)
3) Foundation Vivaswan, Warsaw (Poland).

Teaching faculty:
Acharya Chandramani Arya  (India) - Yoga philosophy
Filip Ruciński (Shivanand Shastri, Poland) – yoga philosophy
Yogacharya Sandeep Pandey (India) – Hatha-yoga 
Pooja Nakoti (India) – Yoga anatomy and physiology 
Hope Pukalanant (Thailand) – Training methodology and mantra recitation. 

1) Poland: Filip Ruciński, CONTACT US
2) Thailand: Hope Pukalanant: [email protected]
3) India: Lalit Kumar: [email protected]















Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Rishikesh (India), Yoga Vidya Mandiram, Chiang Mai (Thailand), Foundation Vivaswan, Warsaw (Poland).