300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Chiang Mai, Thailand


28 Days | Intermediate – Advance


The 300 Hours Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Vidya Mandiran in Chiang Mai, Thailand is a subsequent training that follows the 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training, held over a period of 28 days and 27 nights. Upon the completion of your 300 Hours Yoga TTC you would have completed a total of 500 training hours.

At Yoga Vidya Mandiram, we make sure to integrate well-rounded studies of yoga and bringing spirituality into the teachings and practices to support personal and spiritual growth of our students. The curriculum integrates the essential subjects consisting of pranayama, shat kriya, asana practices, yoga philosophy, yoga anatomy, relaxation (Yoga Nidra) and meditation. For asana practices, our school focus on Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga styles of asana. Students will go through 6 days of training with 1 rest day per week. On the rest days, our school organizes excursions for students that may involve cultural activities, temples and nature visits in the local area. The rest day is one of the weekdays to avoid tourists and traffic during the weekends.

Accommodations, meals, and excursions during the training are inclusive in the course fee as mentioned in more detail below.



Once you completed the 200 Hours Yoga TTC, you would most likely be looking for a 300 Hours Yoga TTC to further your studies.  You may either take the 300 hours Yoga TTC from the same yoga school or from a different school with different styles and tradition from where you have taken your 200 Hours Yoga TTC.

Students who change yoga schools for their 300 Hours Yoga TTC may experience some adjustment period.  Different yoga schools design their 200 Hours Yoga TTC curriculum in various different ways such as the difference in asana styles, yoga tradition, selection of class contents, focused subjects throughout the training, depth of each content covered in each class, even the same practices may be taught slightly differently.   Many 200 Hours Yoga TTC focuses on asana practices and much less on yoga philosophy and yoga anatomy, as students are more attracted toward physically-oriented trainings rather than a holistic yoga studies that allocates training hours for yoga philosophy, yoga anatomy, meditation, yoga nidra or other subtler practices that works with the mind and emotions.

During the 300 Hours Yoga TTC at our school, some may find that they have touched based on several topics during their 200 Hours Yoga TTC in previous school, while other students find that they never heard of many topics or was never introduced to several basic practices that is integrated with different practices at a more advanced level in the 300 Hours Yoga TTC, resulting in difficulty following some practices.  This varies depending on each student’s yoga backgrounds.  Therefore, it is important to understand the possible differences you may experience between different yoga schools and to keep an open-mind and be patient while going through your 300 Hours Yoga TTC at a selected yoga school.


  • Completed 200 Hours Yoga TTC with a Registered Yoga School (RYS200) under Yoga Alliance

Course Level

  • Intermediate
  • Advance

Language of Instruction:

  • English

300 Hours Yoga TTC is suitable for those who...

  • Have completed their 200 hours Yoga TTC and want to continue their yoga studies
  • Are interested in understanding more about body and mind after their 200 hours TTC
  • Are looking for further studies of yoga philosophy and yoga anatomy
  • Are looking for further guidance to deepen their asana, pranayama, yoga nidra, and meditation practices
  • Are interested in gaining and developing confidence and experience in teaching yoga sessions
  • Aspire to teach intermediate-advance yoga sessions
  • Are entirely dedicated and focused to become a professional 500 RYT yoga teacher and guide

Course Completion Requirements

Students are required to complete and meet the following criteria during the course:

  • Weekly Assignments
  • Final Teaching Exam
  • Final Written Exam
  • Required 100% attendance
  • No violation of Code of Conduct and School Policy

Yoga Alliance Certification- RYS300

Once you completed your 300 Hours of training, plus collect teaching hours after your training as required by Yoga Alliance, you would be eligible to register as RYT500 under Yoga Alliance USA and be internationally recognized as a yoga teacher.  Read more…

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training : Course Curriculum


      • Meditative steps of performing hatha yoga; centering, entering, refining, holding, coming out, and reflection
      • Astanga vinyasa flow – series 1
      • Surya namaskar (sun salutations I, II & III) – dynamic Surya namaskar, Surya namaskar with breath awareness, Surya namaskar with 12 mantras with their bija-mantras
      • Modifications of yoga asanas
      • Types of yoga asanas – standing, sitting, backward bending, forward bending, spinal twisting, fire series, inversion, Shavasana etc.
      • Alignment & art of adjustment
      • Preventing common injuries
      • Counter pose
      • Contraindications
      • More on the yoga asanas benefits

      • Science of breath
      • Advance postures for pranayama
      • Reviewing the diaphragmatic breath
      • Different practices of pranayama: nadi shodhana, ujjayee, kapalabhati, bhastrika, shitali, shitkari, brahmari, and anuloma viloma, suryabhedi, and various types of kumbhaka pranayama and others
      • Breathing for the advance yoga practices, such as chakra and kundalini
      • Benefits or pranayama practices
      • Guidelines for regular pranayama

      • Jalandhara-bandha (chin lock)
      • Uddiyana-bandha (abdominal lock)
      • Moola-bandha (root lock)
      • Maha-bandha (great lock)

      • Introduction to the concept and practices of relaxation
      • Relaxation of efforts
      • Philosophy of yoga-nidra
      • Sequence the advance relaxation practices
      • 31 points relaxation exercise
      • 61 points relaxation exercise
      • Preparation for yoga-nidra
      • 61 blue star – yoga-nidra

      • Meditation in action
      • Advance yoga asanas for meditation
      • Reviewing the steps into basic meditation
      • OM Kriya
      • Spinal breath
      • Sushumna breath through chakras
      • Kundalini practices 1 & 11

      • System within the personality; A deeper understanding of human personality which contains physical and subtler bodies, such as; 10 active and cognitive senses, mind, intellect, and ego.
      • Therapy principles for stress disorders
      • Stress: Introduction
      • Humoral theory (in ancient Indian medicine, Greek medicine & modern medical science)
      • The Brain and its sub cortical centers
      • Stress and Neuro-endocrinal changes
      • Stress management through yoga:
        • Asana (physical postures)
        • Pranayama (breathing practices)
        • Dhyan (meditation)
        • More effect of yoga asanas on the muscles and body
        • Nadis (energy channels)
        • Chakras and Kundalini (energy plexus and coiled up energy)
        • Advance learning about pancha kosha (five sheaths)
        • More on the study of pancha pranas (five vital energy)

      • General introduction: six schools of Indian philosophy
      • Elementary intro to Samkhya and Yoga philosophies
      • The Yoga-sutras of Patanjali
      • History of Yogic science
      • Astanga-yoga: yama, niyam, asana, pranayam, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi
      • Introduction to Vedanta (Yoga of the Upanishads)
      • The yoga of the Bhagavad-gita
      • The tantric yoga
      • Yoga Ethics: yamas, niyamas, four brahma-viharas and more on the ethics of a teacher
      • Daily life style of a sadhaka

      • Yogic and Ayurveda on the concept of life
      • Philosophy of Ayurveda: body and mind
      • The concept of tri-dosha: vata, pitta, and kapha
      • The concept of tri-gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas
      • Ayurveda and the balanced and healthy nutrients diet
      • Balance of the mind and body through proper diet as in Ayurveda

      • Intro to mudras and their importance in yoga practices
      • Mudra and its psychology
      • The elements residing in the fingers and five mudras: akasha-mudra, jnana-mudra, agni-mudra, varuna-mudra, and prithvi-mudra.
      • Note: Other important mudras are: dhyan-mudra, prana-mudra, apana-mudra, linga-mudra, shunya-mudra, vishnu-mudra, bhairava-mudra, and hridaya-mudra

      • Intro to meditation & mantra
      • Understanding of the following mantras: aum, gayatri, trayambakam, guru, shanti etc.
      • Understanding of morning, evening, and meal prayers
      • Surya-namaskara 12 mantras along with bija mantras and their understanding
      • Pronouncing the names of the advanced asanas
      • Selected yoga-sutras recitation with their understanding

      • Jala-neti
      • Sutra-neti
      • Kunjala
      • Trataka
      • Agni-sara
      • Nauli

      • Learning to instruct & guide
      • Main points: Teaching to what you observe, Timing a class, Greeting/Centering, Sequence in teaching,
      • Themeing a specific posture
      • Classroom Organization
      • Demonstration
      • Health Concerns
      • Language
      • Modification in Posture
      • The role of a teacher
      • The practice and service of teaching yoga

      • Class sequences
      • Develop intention for classes
      • Self-evaluation
      • Assignments
      • Practice teaching
      • Feed back
      • Group discussion
      • Question & answer
      • Home work

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Chiang Mai, Thailand: Daily Schedule


This 300 Hour Yoga Training will be schedule on 6 days for the intensive study and practices and on the rest day there will be excursions organized by school as mentioned above. During this yoga teacher training, you will be provided with three yoga vegetarian meals (no eggs), including afternoon tea or herbal drink.

We encourage students to go to sleep early around 9pm or before 10pm as that is conducive to the yoga training. Here it is the typical daily schedule for 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Chiangmai, Thailand:

Typical Daily Schedule

Time   Activity
05:00 – 06:00 : Wake Up!
06:15 – 06:30 : Mantra Chanting
06:30 – 07:30 : Shat-kriyas & Pranayama Practices
07:30 – 09:00 : Hatha Yoga (Classical)
09:00 – 10:00 : Breakfast & Free Time
10:00 – 11:00 : Yoga Philosophy
11:00 – 12:00 : Yoga Anatomy & Physiology
12:30 – 13:00 : Karma Yoga (Seva)
13:00 – 14:30 : Lunch
14:30 – 16:00 : Self-Study / Self-Practice / Extra Alignment Session (2x per week)
16:00 – 16:15 : Tea Break
16:30 – 18:00 : Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
18:00 – 19:00 : Relaxation & Meditation
19:00 – 20:00 : Dinner
20:00 – 21:00 : Self-Study / Free-Time
21:00 : Go to Sleep!
* Schedule is subjected to slight changes.


Note: The first day of the course will start with an opening fire ceremony at 10.30am.

How to Reach our Venue

Venue Address: 47 Moo 5, Mae Win Sub-District, Mae Wang District, Chiangmai, Thailand 50360



You could opt for a direct flight to Chiangmai International Airport (CNX). If there are no direct flights from your city, there are certainly connections you could make from your city to Chiangmai.
If you are traveling from within Thailand, you could take the train from the city you are into Chiangmai province. From Bangkok, the journey takes about 12 hours but evening trains feature comfortable bunks with or without air-con. Train tickets from Bangkok are between 600-1,000 THB for a train ticket depending on the level of
comfort you want.
Buses run roughly every hour from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, departing from Bangkok’s Mo Chit Station and arriving at Chiang Mai’s Eastern (main) Bus Terminal. The first departure of the day is at 05:30 and the last is at 22:00. From Bangkok, the journey takes about 10 hours and there are a variety of busses available, with the VIP busses being the by far the most comfortable. Bus prices range from 12 USD to 25 USD per trip from Bangkok to Chiangmai.



“Maewin Guesthouse & Resort is 53 km in the southern direction from Chiangmai city and 55 km from Chiangmai International Airport (CNX).  The bus for Mae Wang district leaves from the corner of Wualay Rd. and Chang Lor Rd., opposite the Chiangmai Gate (1 of the 4 city gates) on the south side of the moat that surrounds the old city. Look for a bus that goes to บ้านกาด (Baan Kaad), it’s a yellow pick up truck with seats at the back and a sign on the roof, the route stops in Mae Wang.  Sit to the end of the line which is 5km passed Baan Kaad fresh market.  The ride costs only 35 baht per passenger.  From there, you have to pay extra fee of around 250-300 baht to reach the guesthouse.”

Public Transport

Yoga Vidya Mandiram is happy to assist you in arranging a taxi pick-up once you arrive in Chiangmai. The taxi fee and travel time will depend on your pick-up location and traffic.  It is an average of 1.20 hours from Chiangmai International Airport (CNX) to the guesthouse by taxi and costs around 1,500-2,000 baht per trip.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Chiang Mai, Thailand: Course Dates


Here are the dates for our upcoming 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Chiangmai, Thailand:

Course Date Course Name Book Now
1st – 28th November, 2023 300 Hour YTTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand
1st – 28th February, 2024 300 Hour YTTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand
1st – 28th November, 2024 300 Hour YTTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand
1st – 28th February, 2025 300 Hour YTTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand
1st – 28th November, 2025 300 Hour YTTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand
1st – 28th February, 2026 300 Hour YTTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand

300 hour Yoga TTC in Chaing Mai, Thailand: Course Fee

Accommodation Type Course Fee
Budget Female Dorm US$ 2,900 US$ 2,610 per person
Standard Female Dorm US$ 3,040 US$ 2,736 per person
Private Single Room (1 person) US$ 3,900 US$ 3,510 per person
Private Double Room (2 persons) US$ 7,000 US$ 6,300 per 2 persons
Note: Yoga Vidya Mandiram is currently offering 10% discount for 300 Hours Yoga TTC commencing from now until March 2024.

Book Your Seat: An advance deposit of US$ 400 per applicant is required to secure your seat for the course. The remaining course fee is due on arrival at our school reception.

Course Fees INCLUDE:
  • 27 nights of non-AC Accommodation
  • Three vegetarian (no eggs) meals per day
  • Afternoon Tea or Herbal Juice
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Yoga materials during class (i.e. yoga mat, block, belt, etc.)
  • Excursion on a rest day
  • Textbooks, printed study handouts, and study manual
  • Course Certification
  • Airport Transfer (available at additional charges)
  • Travel expenses (i.e. airfare, train, bus, taxi, etc.)
  • Laundry services (available at additional charges)
  • Extra nights beyond course dates
  • Extra excursion not organized by school
  • Travel Insurance
  • Medical Expenses
  • Other Personal Expenses

Refund Policy

Advance deposit is strictly non-refundable. However, your advance deposit amount can be retained for rescheduling, only if an applicant makes a request 7 days before the program start date. Please read the details under Refund Policy.

School Policy & Code of Conduct

By signing and booking for your course at Yoga Vidya Mandiram, you are acknowledging that you have read, agree, and accept our School Policy and Code of Conduct. Please go through our School Policy and Code of Conduct thoroughly.



In order to secure your seat, please make an advance deposit of US$400 (15,200 THB – Thai Baht) per applicant. Please kindly enquire to confirm availability of your preferred room type before making your advance deposit payment.

Room Type (Advance Deposit)
Course Date
Applicant’s Full Name
Phone no. (with Country Code)
Jia Ern Liew / November 2019300 Hour Yoga TTC in Chiang Mai, Thailand
“INSIGHTFUL, AUTHENTIC COURSE/RETREAT FOR GENUINE LEARNERS”. For anyone TRULY seeking to know yoga or know yoga better, this course provides very authentic and insightful knowledge, taught by teachers who are not only experienced but who actually live and know the culture, heritage and roots of yoga. A very traditional approach to knowing yoga that is not rigid but proper, which I appreciate most. No added un-yoga elements. Yoga knowledge as it is. For this itself, the value for money is unmatched. Anymore authentic- you’ll need to head to India..haha.. no dislikes! =) The overall experience is very good and it’s as expected! TIPS: one must be prepared mentally and understand that you will be up in the mountains, away from the city, staying in a very simple, friendly guesthouse surrounded by nature- do manage expectations and be ready to embrace bare necessities. If facilities, accommodation, and luxury services are a top priority to you- you’ll need to reconsider. =)