Meditation Teacher Training Course in Dharamsala

group meditation inside a room
Meditation Teacher Training inside a room
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4 people doing meditation in an open field
Marel outside a temple doing meditation
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Marel with her students meditating
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Philosophy of the Meditation Teacher Training

Meditation is a medicine for the soul. It connects us with our wholeness and makes us see the biggest picture. Through different practices, we learn how to bring awareness to our mind (thought-space) and  connect with our consciousness for more clarity and peace in life.

Through many different sources like Yoga, Tantra, Buddhism, catharsis, mindfulness and more, we  become more fully awake and alert. The mind’s focus is brought back inside and away from external  world, fantasies and illusions.

It is also a way of relaxation in our crazy, fast world and bringing peace and harmony to our physical,  mental and spiritual layers.

Meditations are also connected with emotional healing, helping to release old stuck-up emotional patterns from the past. In this training espescially, emotions and feelings are acknowledged and tools  are shared to transform them into states of bliss and presence.

It is therapeutic to begin with and releases tension from the body, nervous system and mental stress. It also helps in making the immune system stronger and increases energy levels and motivation in daily  life.

In this Meditation Teacher Training, we take you on a journey to various techniques, processes and ways to heal ourselves and other and become whole again. The ancient wisdom of Yoga and Buddhism combined with the new-age ways of body awareness, movement, conscious touch and mindfulness!

Find out more about how to firstly experience and then learn to guide active and passive meditations, solo, partner and group meditations, mantras, visualisations, sharing circles, journaling, observational
walks and more.

We bring the attention back on the basic layers of life through Chakras, energy channels and combine them with daily lifestyle and practices for living a more full, total and satisfying life experience.

We start our day with basic stretching (Hatha yoga with Iyengar alignment) and active meditations in the morning to wake up the prana in the system. Continuing with deeper practices unraveling the layers of thoughts, emotions and feelings in afternoon session. Evenings are for more body awareness, Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep) and dance meditations to bring the day to a nice, light closure.

We also learn self-observation and self-analysis tools to know more about our deepest selves and hold that space for us to guide sessions from our center.

Also, we will work on the tone, volume, enunciation, choice of words, creating silence and more technical ways to guide deep and powerful meditation journeys in a one-on-one or group sessions.

Course Curriculum

Definition, true meaning, and philosophy of meditation
Patanjali Sutras yogic explanation and Buddhist point of view

Practice of active meditations (Solo/partner/group)
10 sessions of 2 hours each

Practice of passive meditations (Solo/partner/group)
10 sessions of 2 hours each

Practice of movement, dance and body awareness sessions
10 sessions of 2 hours each

Art of teaching
How to guide, meditation structure and working with voice and presence

Obstacles in path of Meditation and how to overcome them

Chakra system and Yoga Nidra practice

Different Meditation postures and Mudras

Breathing practices, Mantras and visualisation techniques

Sunset sharing circles and Observational walks

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Sponsoring a Student or gift a Yoga Scholarship

Participants can sponsor a student by paying full fees for the sponsored student.

Please write to us to know more.If you wish to sponsor poor Indian students (especially women) we will sponsor half of the tuition ourselves and also pay for their accommodation and meals.

If you cannot afford the full tuition

Write to us if you cannot afford a full tuition and we can arrange a internship for a select few students depending on the fullness of the batch. As an intern you will be expected to contribute to the workload of running the course and be one of the staff or helpers of the course. This will be in addition to being a full participant in the course and all the activities.

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During Meditation Teacher Training you will learn many different types of meditations, and you will be able to experience all of them, to be able to teach them, and share your experiences with your own students.
● You will learn how to guide active and passive meditations as well as solo, partner and group meditations.
● You will learn how to use mantras and visualisations during meditations.
● You will be able to hold sharing circles, journaling, observational walks and more.


● You are at the point of taking your profession to a higher level and want to explore other ways of profiling yourself as a teacher
● You want to learn more different types of yoga practice to be able to offer specialized Meditation classes and techniques
● You have a practice of Meditation
● You are looking for a school that pays a lot of attention to students individually

Dharamshala is a city in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by cedar forests on the edge of the Himalayas, this hillside city is home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government-in- exile and it is best known for both Buddhism and yoga.
Dharamsala is one of India’s most popular yoga destinations, making Dharamshala a great place for travellers and spiritual seekers to come together. Nestled in the Himalayan foothills, the beautiful surroundings and the spiritual attention of Dharamshala makes this the ideal setting for a yoga and meditation retreat.

If you love the outdoors and the mountains this may be the perfect place for you. The surrounding landscapes are majestic and beautiful. Dharamshala is a spiritual place in the mountains, many people interested in studying yoga will enjoy this aspect of the city, as it can help to delve deeper into oneself and enhance one’s yoga and meditation studies and practices; both Buddhism and Hinduism have roots in yoga.

The trekking in the area is spectacular. Himachal Pradesh may be one of the most beautiful states in India with amazing hill stations and tall mountains.

About the Center

Your training will be held in Dharamsala.

The address of the center is:

Parimukti Meditation Hall
Bhagsu Nag, Dharamsala, India

How to get there

Arriving by air
The nearest airport to Dharamshala is in Gaggal, 13km away. This airport has daily flights from Delhi with airlines Air India and Spice Jet. Another option with more connections is to fly to Chandigarh, located 247km away from Dharamshala, and then get a bus or taxi.

Arriving by train
The train can be a great way to reach Dharamshala. There are overnight trains from Delhi to Pathankot which is located 85km away from Dharamshala. From Pathankot, we suggest taking a bus or taxi to Dharamshala, though there is a train that goes to Kangra Mandir, 22 km away from Dharamshala.
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Arriving by bus
Dharamshala is well-connected by state-operated buses and private tour buses to Delhi as well as other cities in Northern India. A bus from Delhi will take approximately 13 hours. Most buses stop at the main bus terminal in lower Dharamshala while some go all the way to McLeod Ganj.
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The Accommodation is not part of the Meditation Teacher Training. There are plenty of possibilities at Bhagsu Nag area, and as the village are is walking distance all around.

The Accommodation is not part of the Meditation Teacher Training. Bhagsu has plenty of shops and restaurants, where you can eat and get to know the local cuisine. There is plenty of vegetarian restairants, with indian, International, Italiana and Israeli food.


Everyone visiting India requires a visa to enter the country. We recommend you to get a simple tourist visa, not a student visa as the latter needs special requirements. If you didn’t apply yet, please do read up on the process and organize it timely. Sometimes visas are issued within a week, sometimes it takes up to 2 to 3 weeks.

Please remember that your Indian visa will be valid from the date of issue, not the date of arrival, so plan your trip accordingly! Each country has different visa rules and regulations - so please look up the information on Indian Embassy in your country - normally the visa is given for 90-180 days. Please find more details here and inquire for the process, rules and regulations from your country. Be extra aware if you are applying for a visa if you are not in your country of origin as there may be special rules and regulations in that case.

You can also apply for e-visa online following the instruction on the link: this visa are for the listed countries, in length of 30 or 60 days only.

For applying for your visa you may need following information:

Address of your stay:
Fill in an Address of your Hotel, Guest House in Bhagsu, Dharamsala

Contact Person:
Mr Avdhoot Vishnu Limaye
Phone No. +91 9637 521 278

Welcome Meeting and When to Arrive

There is a welcome meeting in our hall at 11.00 noon on the official first day of the course to give you general information and instruction about the course, completing the balance course fee and finalize some other administrative formalities. We would also like to take this opportunity to introduce each other.

This meeting will take about an hour. After that we have lunch together and our first classes in the afternoon (philosophy, asana and a meditation class). Please come to this meeting dressed in white.

Please try to get to this welcome meeting. We advice to plan your arrival before midday so that you have time to settle yourself and take a shower. However we understand that traveling depends on many things (connections, ticket prices, etc.), so don’t feel stressed up if you are delayed. We will give you all necessary information and guidance when you arrive.

Useful Things to Carry

• A paper notebook and pen - to take notes at any time during any class
Laptop, tablet or a USB Stick - to collect video or audio files related to yoga and meditations
Passport size pictures and a copy of your passport and visa – Generally it is handy to carry a couple of pictures and copies for other purposes (e.g. to obtain a local sim card, which we recommend)
• At least two warm sweaters, a pair of warm pants, and socks – while the days are warm the evening and nights can get chilly ( in December, January) so be sure to carry at least one or two warm sweaters and long pants. Arambol has many clothes shops where you can buy blankets and hoodies for a fair price
One set of white clothes – for the ceremonies
Towel – two towels. We don’t provide towels. There are enough laundry services around though so one could be enough if you like to travel light. We don’t offer laundry services, but many places around do for small prices.
Toiletries - we don’t provide soap, toilet paper, shampoo, etc. Please bring your own or buy them at the location.
Flashlight – in India always useful

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