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150 Hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Rishikesh, India



  • Learning, understanding & experiencing the deeper aspects of all the key features of yoga nidra training level-1.
  • Learning & experiencing the advanced styles & dimensions of Yoga Nidra Practice.
  • Learning & developing the higher skills of Yoga Nidra to deepen the dimensions of relaxation & de-stressing.
  • Receiving valuable feedbacks from Lead teacher & co-participants for improvement while leading Yoga Nidra Session.
  • Finding & developing right voice and script for your yoga nidra sessions under the guidance of lead teacher.
  • Understanding & developing advanced Yoga Nidra scripts under the guidance of lead teacher.




Our 150 hours Advanced Nidra Training happens in two levels as advanced yoga nidra training level II and advanced yoga nidra training level III over the span of two years in 54 days, not in one time of 54 days. It happens only during the period of our 500 hours advanced meditation teacher training course, not as separate 150 hours of advanced yoga nidra training only. Please find below the details:

100 hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Training Level II (27 days)

This 100 hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Training level II only happens during a period of 300 hours Advanced Meditation & Yoga Nidra Training (Module 1). Hence one can receive the training of advanced yoga nidra level II training only by joining our 300 hours advanced meditation & yoga nidra training(module 1).

50 hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Training Level III(27 days)

This 50 hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Training level III happens only during the 350 hours Advanced Meditation & Yoga Nidra Teacher Training (Module 2). Hence one can receive the training of advanced yoga nidra III only by joining 350 hours advanced meditation & yoga nidra training (module 2).

Highlights of 15 days Advanced Meditation Teacher Training

  • 120 hours Advanced Meditation Training
  • 30 hours Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Level-2
  • 2 days “Who is In?” Awareness Intensive Retreat
  • 7 days Silence
  • Advanced Guided Meditations Practice


150 hours Advanced Nidra Training have Two Certifications

  • Certification of 100 hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Training Level- II.
  • Certification of 50 hours Advanced Yoga Nidra Training Level- III.

Who can Join our Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Course Level-II, Level-III,?

  • Students who have already completed our 200 hour Meditation TTC or Yoga Nidra TTC Level-1 can join Advanced Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Level-II, Level-III.
  • There should be minimum 3 months gap between Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Level-1 and Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Level-2.

Daily Schedule of Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Course

06:00 amHerbal Detox Tea
06:30 am Asana & Pranayama Practice
07:30 amActive Meditation Practice
08:45 amBreakfast
10:00 amMindfulness Meditation/ Yoga Nidra Practice (Guided by Students)
11:00 amScience & Mechanism of Meditation/Yoga Nidra
12:15 pmAdvanced Meditation Practices/Teaching Practicum
01:15 pmLunch & Rest
02:45 pmSelf Study
03:45 pmMeditation Practice (Osho/Sufi/Vigyan Bhairav Tantra)
05:00 pmHerbal Tea
05:30 pmSatsang Meditation/Yoga Nidra(Guided by Lead Teacher)
07:00 pmDinner
08:00 pm Q&A Session/Inner Journey Guidance/Teaching Practicum
09:30 pmLights Off & Rest

Please Note: – The daily schedule is subject to change

Course Dates of Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Level II

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02nd Jan 202028th Jan 2020€ 649 EuroNot AvailableClosed
02nd Jan 202128th Jan 2021€ 649 EuroAvailableApply Now
02nd Jan 202228th Jan 2022€ 649 EuroAvailableApply Now

Course Dates of Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Level III

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26th Aug 202121st Sep 2021€ 649 EuroAvailableApply Now
26th Aug 202221st Sep 2022€ 649 EuroAvailableApply Now

Why Yoga Nidra ?

Yoga Nidra is one of the powerful tools in the field of Yoga and very useful practice in our daily life. It brings an incredible Relaxation, Calmness, Quietness and Clarity to our life. It is a systematic method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Yoga nidra is one of the practices of pratyahara where the awareness is internalized and has its origin in the ancient tantric practice called Nyasa.

Literally, Yoga Nidra means “Psychic Sleep” i.e. sleep with a trace Awareness. In the practice of yoga nidra, the body fall asleep, the subconscious and unconscious mind remain open and awake to listen the instructions. In psychology, the state achieved in yoga nidra is termed the “Hypnogogic State”, a state between sleep and wakefulness. In this threshold state between sleep and wakefulness, contact with subconscious and unconscious dimensions occur easily and spontaneously.

Yoga Nidra is a state of conscious deep sleep that gives deep rest and relaxation to both body-mind. The state of yoga nidra removes fatigue and tensions, brings a sense of deep rejuvenation and restores elasticity of body-mind. It is also used by yogis to purify the Samskaras, the deep impressions that are the driving force behind our habitual pattern of living.

However in Meditation, we remain in the waking state of consciousness, able to aware and watch our thought processes, emotions, body sensations in an equanimous attitude. Meditation helps to expand our awareness to unconscious and sub-conscious state. Yoga Nidra is a systematic method in developing inner awareness. Thus, it is a doorway to the meditative state.

Importance and Application of Yoga Nidra

The brain is the linking mediator between the mind, body and emotions. In yoga nidra intensifying the awareness of the body stimulates the brain. The systematic rotation of Attention and Awareness on each and every body parts through the instructions calm down the whole nervous system, mind and enhance Pranic flow throughout the body. This Pranic flow and calming down effect on body-mind brings in a deep experience of rest, relaxation and rejuvenation to body, mind and emotion.

During stress the sympathetic nervous system becomes activated due to which the organism adopts the ‘fight or flight’ mechanism. In normal circumstances, the parasympathetic system takes over after the emergency goes. But mostly it has been seen that the sympathetic system remains active most of the time resulting in the experience of distress. Practice of yoga nidra calm down the sympathetic nervous system and active the parasympathetic nervous system which brings harmony within. This harmonious state of body-mind able to withstand easily the stressful situations without losing balance and prevents the development of stress-related diseases.

The main causes of psychosomatic diseases are tensions, conflicts, depressions and frustrations of the mind manifest in the form of physical symptoms and diseases. Yoga nidra aims at releasing those suppressed and repressed tensions, conflicts from the subconscious and unconscious, unburdening both body-mind for quick recovery.

Due to fast, hectic and demanding lifestyle, most of us live in continuous high level of stress, anxiety and tensions which makes us prone to psychological and psychosomatic disorders. Modern psychology as well as yogic philosophy believes in three kinds of tension – muscular tensions, emotional tensions and mental tensions – which can be progressively released through the systematic and regular practice of yoga nidra and meditation. Muscular tension results from nervous and endocrinal imbalances. It manifests in the form of stiffness and rigidity in the physical body. In the practice of yoga nidra the body is progressively relaxed, which in turn releases the accumulated muscular tensions.

In day to day life individuals fail to express their emotions freely and openly. As a result, the emotions are repressed and manifest in the form of emotional tension. In the practice of yoga nidra, the practitioner slowly moves towards the deeper realms of the mind where he or she confronts the deep-rooted emotional tensions. When the practitioner recognizes these emotional tensions with full awareness and a witnessing attitude, then repressed emotions are released and the practitioner becomes calm and tranquil.

Due to excessive activity on the mental plane, the mind always remains in a state of arousal and active which results in mental tension. Even during sleep mind goes on functioning by way of dreams and nightmares. In the practice of yoga nidra, especially in rotation of consciousness and breath awareness, the mind slowly calm down and relaxed, thereby releasing the mental tensions. Hence, through the regular and sincere practice of yoga nidra, tensions, stress and conflicts at the physical, emotional and mental level can be minimized.

The practice of yoga nidra enables ones to receive intuitions from the unconscious and subconscious mind. This intuitions received in yoga nidra enable oneself to find the solution to various problems of life easily.

Creativity is a characteristic of a relaxed, calm and quite mind. When the mind is totally relaxed, the awareness slowly enters the deeper realms (subconscious and unconscious) of the mind and the person becomes aware of the creative and intuitive faculties. Regular practice of yoga nidra helps in making a bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind. Slowly one becomes tuned with the unconscious workings and then the power of creativity automatically awakens.

Practice of yoga nidra brings a profound sense of joy and well-being to the practitioner. Yoga nidra is also a way to connect with deeper, spiritual self. It restores the body, senses, and mind to their natural function that allows to feel Oneness, wholeness, tranquility, and well-being.

As Practice of Yoga Nidra based on internal rotation of awareness and good access to subconscious and unconscious mind through outside instructions, hence it becomes a good preparatory practice for the meditation.


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