Risk of back pain
  • Strain, Structural problems, Movement and posture, Other reasons
Risk of back pain
  • poor physical fitness
  • obesity and excess weight
  • smoking
  • strenuous physical exercise or work, especially if done incorrectly
  • pregnancy
  • a sedentary lifestyle
Symptoms Treatment With yoga therapy Posture arrangement
  • What is hypertension?
  • Cause and symptomsof Hypertension.
  • Who is more likely to develop high blood pressure?
  • Complication and cure of hypertension by yoga therapy
  • Is yoga good for weight loss?What is key point to lose weight faster?
  • Yoga cleansing for weight loss.
  • Yoga diet & lifestyle
  • What are mood swings?
  • Causes mood swing.
  • Manage mood swing naturally.
  • Yoga therapy
  • More mental than physical.
  • Education and Communication.
  • Sex therapy.
  • Management and treatment.
  • Kegel exercise.
  • Nature of anger (types of anger)
  • Problem solving approach.
  • Relaxation techniques.
  • Need counselling or training.
  • Learning to defuse anger.
  • Express your anger calmly.
  • Self-help.
  • Yoga for anger control.
  • Stress and its effects (on health, performance and relationship).
  • Relaxation techniques.
  • Powerful problem solving tool.
  • Positive thinking.
  • Techniques for introspection.
  • Mindfulness (thinking clearly and staying on task/track.
  • Managing unwanted thoughts and emotional reaction.
  • How to create Competencies.
  • Ethical conduct.
  • Budget management.
  • Human resource capacity/ability.
  • Organizational skills.
  • Product and service.
  • Marketing and sales (sales strategy).
  • Location of business.
  • Competition.
  • Strengthens - weakness analysis.
  • Legal documentation.
  • Implementation.
  • What is Obesity?
  • Cause of Obesity
  • Health issues because of obesity
  • Calculate your Obesity level and treat accordingly
BMI Categories:
  • Underweight = <18.5
  • Normal weight = 18.5–24.9
  • Overweight = 25–29.9
  • Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater
  • Yoga therapy for Obesity
  • Diet plan according to BMI categories
  • What is diabetes?
  • Types of diabetes.
  • Dietary management of diabetes with yoga.
  • How breathing and mindfulness practices help for hormonal imbalance.
  • Symptoms
  • Treatment With yoga therapy
  • Posture arrangement
  • level of teaching
  • teaching style
  • appearance of teacher
  • qualification- update
  • how to use qualification
  • experience
  • attract students towards you
  • group & private teaching difference
  • corporate skill& students relation
  • difference between yoga teacher and other teacher
  • What is class?
  • What is management?
  • Why need of class management?
  • Class structure
  • Professional class VS local class
  • Attract more students towards class
  • Longer business opportunity
  • It is classified as a mood disorder. It may be described as feelings of sadness, loss, or anger that interfere with a person’s everyday activities.
  • It may interfere with your daily work, resulting in lost time and lower productivity.
  • It can also influence relationships and some chronic health conditions.
  • Depression can be more than a constant state of sadness or feeling “blue.”
  • Major depression can cause a variety of symptoms.
  • Some affect your mood, and others affect your body. Symptoms may also be ongoing, or come and go. The symptoms of depression can be experienced differently among men, women, and children differently.
  • There are several possible causes of depression. They can range from biological to circumstantial. The causes of depression are often tied to other elements of your health.
  • Yoga practice or other physical activity for 30 minutes can increase your body’s production of endorphins, which are hormones that improve your mood.
  • It is a condition that affects your shoulder joint. It usually involves pain and stiffness that develops gradually, gets worse and then finally goes away.
  • The main symptoms of a frozen shoulder are pain and stiffness that make it difficult or impossible to move it.
  • It’s not clear why some people develop it, but some groups are more at risk.
  • Certain medical conditions like diabetes, heart disease, thyroid disease, or Parkinson’s disease are also linked to frozen shoulder too.
  • Treatment might also include to do yoga or going to visit a physical therapist for strengthening and stretching exercises to improve your range of motion. If your symptoms are intense or don’t improve over time, doctor might recommend other kinds of treatments.
  • The thyroid, or thyroid gland, is an endocrine gland in vertebrates. In humans it is in the neck and consists of two connected lobes.
  • The primary function of the thyroid is the production of the iodine-containing thyroid hormones, triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) and the peptide hormone calcitonin.The thyroid hormones are created from iodine and tyrosine.
  • The thyroid hormones influence the metabolic rate and protein synthesis, and in children, growth and development.
  • Thyroid disorders include hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroid inflammation (thyroiditis), thyroid enlargement (goiter), thyroid nodules, and thyroid cancer.
  • Hyperthyroidism is characterized by excessive secretion of thyroid hormones: the most common cause is the autoimmune disorder Graves' disease.
  • Hypothyroidism is characterized by a deficient secretion of thyroid hormones: the most common cause is iodine deficiency.
  • Weight loss in the context of medicine, health, or physical fitness, refers to a reduction of the total body mass, by a mean loss of fluid, body fat, or lean mass (namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue).
  • Weight loss can also occur unintentionally because of malnourishment or an underlying disease, or from a conscious effort to improve an actual or perceived overweight or obese state. "Unexplained" weight loss that is not caused by reduction in calorific intake or exercise is called cachexia and may be a symptom of a serious medical condition.
  • Intentional weight loss is commonly referred to as slimming.
  • Intentional weight loss is the loss of total body mass as a result of efforts to improve fitness and health, or to change appearance through slimming. Weight loss is the main treatment for obesity, can lead to delay the onset of diabetes, could reduce pain and increase movement in people with osteoarthritis of the knee.
  • Unintentional weight loss may result from loss of body fats, loss of body fluids, muscle atrophy, or a combination of these. It can occur because of an inadequately nutritious diet relative to a person's energy needs (generally called malnutrition).
  • Slipped Disk A cushion called anintervertebral disc sits between each of your vertebrae, so they don't scrape against each other. As you age, the disc’s start to dry out.
  • Osteoarthritis Your vertebrae have slippery tissue on each end that helps your back flex without friction. If that cartilage gets rough or wears down, the vertebrae start to rub against each other, and it makes your back painful or stiff.
  • Sciatica If pain shoots down from your lower back, through your bottom, and into your leg, the culprit may be your sciatic nerve. A herniated disk, bone spur, or some other spine problem can put pressure on it. This is call sciatica.
  • Scoliosis Scoliosis is one of the conditions that can twist your spine out of shape. The most common type affects children during their growth spurt before puberty, bending the spine sideways
  • Kyphosis This condition bends your spine forward. It usually happens when your vertebrae crack or mashdown. Older women get it most often, but it can also affect children whose spines develop wrong
  • Postural analysis
  • Importance of body alignment
  • Alignment therapy
  • Use of props to improve alignment
  • Types of headache
  • What is migraine?
  • Cause of migraine
  • Yoga therapy for migraine
  • Common health issues during work time
  • Change in daily habits
  • Yoga to change healthy habits
  • Yoga therapy for health problems during WFH
  • Emotional stability
  • What is prana?
  • How the pranayama is different than normal breathing.
  • The philosophy behind breath body and mind.
  • What is yogic breathing?


YOGJEEV is a group of individuals who are masters in Yoga with experience of teaching around India and neighbouring countries.Yoga is not only limited on mat as an exercise, Yoga has a unique quality to experience of higher effectof practices and yogic lifestyle.

YOGJEEV has planned various yoga activities for people who not only love yoga, also for those who never experienced it.Yogeev has quality and capacity togive completely new and unique experiences to all.

YOGJEEV organise yoga courses, workshops, tours, yoga competitions and many related activities in India and neighbouring countries, giving you a unique experience of each activity and event of YOGJEEV.

Taking Yoga Beyond
The Mat Training

Achieve Focus, Presence and Enlightened Leadership Through the Principles and Practice of Yoga.

Want to become a registered yoga teacher but don’t know how or where to start?

Just look the questions and our advice that will help guide you on your yoga journey.

1. Do you practice yoga? It doesn’t really matter whether you practice, At home, in the presence of a teacher or beginner, What Matters is that you practice. If you do, then You’ve likely already experienced the benefits of yoga first-hand and are ready to dive deeper into your yoga journey. As long as you practice yoga at all, it makes no difference whether you’re a ‘beginner’ or ‘advanced’; each person has their own level of physicality, and not everyone is into fancy poses. What matters is your own unique personal experience with yoga.

2. Do you want a rewarding career? Being a yoga teacher is a rewarding career because you’re helping others. If you know someone who works in the medical field, you’ve probably heard them talk about how fulfilling it is to be a patient advocate and healing facilitator. Likewise, you can instruct your students on yoga’s mental and physical benefits to help them improve their health and change their lives.

3. Do you yearn to expand your yogic knowledge? Do you always stay back after class with questions for your teacher? Or do you spend a lot of time contemplating and Google yoga-related stuff? Yoga poses are just one of the eight limbs of yoga, and if you have come to yoga through its physical practice, you will eventually feel compelled to explore its philosophical aspects. Teacher training is an excellent opportunity for this.

4. Do you feel stuck in your yoga practice? Sometimes yoga students feel like they shouldn’t take a training program because their practice is in a “rut”. In fact, yoga teacher training is a great way to reinvigorate your practice. Teacher training will introduce you to a deeper, more fulfilling practice and connect you with people who are passionate about embodying a yogic lifestyle.

5. Are you ready to eat, live and breathe yoga? We’re not exaggerating. If you choose to join a traditional yoga school, you will be in yoga atmosphere 24/7, eating simple vegetarian food, talking about chakras and learning cryptic Sanskrit phrases (as if the asana weren’t enough). You will be dreaming about postures. And for a 200-hour intensive course (a basic course for yoga teacher training; keep reading for additional possibilities), you’re in this atmosphere for at least a month. Are you prepared? Consider whether you can dedicate a full-month of time to a program without feeling like you need to return to your regular life. Also remember that there will be homework outside course hours. Honestly evaluate whether you’re at a place in your life where you can reap the benefits of such an immersion.

It may feel like a drag to have to do all this, but if you paid your hard-earned money to attend a course, it makes sense to get the most out of it!
6. Do you want to teach yoga? A Payable yoga training is, of course, well worth the cost if you’ve decided you want to be a teacher. Yoga is a growing industry that will likely continue to evolve within our lifetimes. If you want to share the practice with others from the bottom of your heart, you will be paid back the investment in spades if the teacher’s path is the one you want to follow. That said, you don’t need to become a teacher to benefit from a yoga teacher training course. Many students attend teacher training programs to receive intensive asana training, deepen their spiritual practice and connect with likeminded people. Here are five reasons you may benefit from a yoga teacher training program even if you don’t want to teach:

1. Alignment, alignment, alignment. In a teacher training course, there’s much more time for you to learn about the alignment aspect of yoga. Alignment is critical to ensure that your yoga practice is safe and therefore sustainable. In teacher training, there’s more emphasis on safe posture practices, and you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions.

2. To understand the anatomical and physiological aspects of yoga. Yoga differs from other physical exercises because each pose has a certain effect on the body, be it physical or energetic. In a teacher training course, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the function of the poses, how to use them to help the body achieve optimal health and, most importantly, the contraindications towards each pose. This is important because without proper knowledge of the poses, we can unknowingly do more harm than good to our bodies.

3. Understand the philosophical parts of yoga. Yoga poses are just one limb of yoga. The bigger part of yoga has to do with life and how we as individuals relate to it. You will come to learn about all this through the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

4. Immerse yourself in the yoga experience. This is a very special time in your life. With the demands of modern life, one has at most one or two hours daily to commit to their yoga practice. During an intensive teacher training course, you will have the chance to embrace yoga all day, every day!

5. it’s an opportunity to dive deep into yourself. All the above combined will make you question your thoughts and belief systems. You will begin to wonder if you’ve been living to the fullest, and what changes would you like to see in your life. In this period of time, healthy conflict will arise— things that have been long buried deep within you. This is the time to unveil these issues and deal with them, rather than just sweeping them under the rug again, leaving them unresolved.

Welcome to YOGJEEV Yoga Teacher Training(YYTT) India.

Yoga Teacher Training In Mumbai, India

Welcome to YYTT School, most authentic Yoga Teacher Training School in Mumbai. We are a truly dedicated school which provides our students with the most authentic yoga experience , offering traditional and ancient yoga with modern aspects and modified concept of yoga. We have some of the most knowledgeable yoga masters, teaching students of all levels, at a high standard.

Our courses include Philosophy, Asana Alignment, Pranayama, Meditation, Human Anatomy, Physiology, psychology and teaching practice. We offer a 200Hrs Hatha yoga teacher training courses (TTC) To be given the opportunity to become a certified yoga teacher followed by internship. Our place is filled with such a graceful spirit. From the moment you wake up in the morning and start the day with a blissful cleanse, until the moment you go to bed after a full day of a well-designed and structured yoga teacher training program, you are fully immersed in the yogic culture and will be forever inspired.

Our main goal of Yoga TTC is to help you develop and deepen your practice as well as prepare you to teach. At YYTT, we make our students feel as comfortable as possible. Our masters are here for full support throughout your yoga training . Now is the best time to come to one of the most authentic yoga teacher training school and we can assure you it is a journey you will never forget.

200 hours Yoga Teacher Training

Multi-Style Teacher Training Course has a variety of yoga styles such as Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Power, Restorative, Yoga Therapy, and much more. While inviting the people of the world for yoga training at YYTT yoga training center, we have the unique arrangement like peaceful and comfortable course.

Why Join YYTT Yoga Courses India ?

We pride ourselves in being the pure and authentic Yoga School in Mumbai. At YYTT, our Yoga Teacher Training Courses are highly structured. We are dedicated to offering you the best yoga experience. Our yoga masters are highly qualified and having worldwide teaching experience. All of our Yoga Teacher Training Courses at YYTT are suitable for anyone who is a BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE or ADVANCED practitioner and wants to explore further. Our courses for the 200hr Hatha Yoga Instructor courses follow all the international standards.


200 Hrs Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course



  • Introduction of yoga

  • History and tradition of Yoga

  • Introduction of traditional hatha yoga texts

  • Types of yoga-
    • Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga
    • Karma Yoga
    • Bhakti yoga
    • Gyan Yoga
    • Tantra yoga
    • Mantra yoga
    • Concept of Prana
    • Pancha Pranas
    • Panch Koshas
    • Kundalini
    • Chakras
    • Introduction to Bhagavad Gita

  • Anatomy
    • Introduction of human anatomy
    • Digestive system
    • Respiratory system
    • Muscular system
    • Skeletal system
    • Anatomy and physiology of asanas
    • Anatomy and physiology of pranayama

  • Psychology
    • Concept of psychology through yogic science
    • Concept of stress and it’s effects on body
    • Hatha yoga therapy for stress managment

  • Practical &professional understanding of yoga
    • Group teaching - principles and skills.
    • Principles about personal teaching.
    • Psychological understanding
    • Yogic counselling
    • Professional personality of a yoga trainer


  • Pranayama
    • Kapala-bhati
    • Nadi-sodhanam
    • Bhastrika
    • Ujjayi
    • Sheetatli
    • Sheetkari
    • Bhramari

  • Mudras
    • Bhairava mudra
    • Chin mudra
    • Hridaya mudra
    • Jnan mudra
    • Vishnu mudra

  • Bandhas
    • Jalandhar bandha (chin lock)
    • Mula bandha (root lock)
    • Uddiyana bandha (abdominal lock)

  • Meditation

  • Shatkarma (yogic cleansing)
    • Jal neti (nasal cleansing with water)
    • Sutra neti (nasal cleansing with water)
    • Shankprakshanlana (cleansing of the colon)
    • Nauli (abdominal breathing)
    • Trataka (concentrated gazing)

  • Asanas
    • Hatha yoga asanas as per Hathapradipika (Additional asanas for self development and teaching skills)

  • Lesson plan (teaching training)
    • Teaching skill
    • Time managment
    • Practice adjustment
    • Method of teaching
    • Ethics of teaching( relation with students and with ourself )

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Team Members

Sanket Chavan (General Secretary)

Sanket started his yoga journey through participating yoga championship competition at school and college levels. He has been awarded with many prizes and medals by Indian Universities, national and international yoga clubs in India and abroad. He has also trained and led many students in yoga championship competition. Sanket experienced the positivity of yoga and felt many changes in his life during practice for the participation in yoga championship and his academic career. This experience has led him to dedicate himself for the cause of yoga since 2007.

His yoga career started with completion of Diploma in Yoga Education from “Yoga Vidya Gurukul, India”. After learning yoga with its core traditional values and teaching in schools, colleges and private institutes , Sanket decided to pursue deeper understanding of yoga and its application in everyday life by joining PGDYT (post graduate diploma in yoga therapy)in Yoga at the world renowned Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute. He also done200 Hrs RYT -Yoga alliance. There he has been trained in advanced practices of traditional Hatha Yoga with Scientific base and has also got the skill to use yoga as alternative health science. He has also sound knowledge and teaching ability in many modern form of yoga like Ashtanga, Vinyasa. Power Yoga etc.

Sanket is an expert and hardworking yoga Teacher. His practical & subtle synthesis of yoga anatomy with yoga philosophy into asana and pranayama teaching allows his students to build an authentic yoga practice. His ability and expertise in teaching alignment & adjustment of asanas with scientific cues endears him to his students. Sanket inspires his students to take a simple, direct and sublime approach of yoga practices into everyday life. He teaches Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Flow, Power, Yin Yoga, Yoga Therapy, and Pranayama in Yoga Teacher Training programs, yoga workshops and seminars.

Amritesh Prasad (Director)

Amritesh is a uniquely inspiring and experienced Yoga Teacher and Therapist. His teaching mainly focuses on the connection of body-breath-mind and the subtle effects of yoga on them. Amritesh encourages students to be open to all aspects of yoga. His relaxed style of teaching is soothing and uplifting. He takes good care to provide a welcoming and light-hearted environment in his classes where students can feel comfortable in learning along with experiencing the essence of yoga. He is also very passionate to share his experiences and practices of yoga to students.

Since last 9 years, Amritesh has been teaching Hatha, Ashtanga, pranayama, philosophy & meditation through Yoga Teacher Training courses, workshops, seminars, groups in different yoga institutes, schools, colleges, old age home, and orphanages.

He has joined and represented in several national and international yoga events spreading the message of health and well-being to the common mass with help of yoga practices and philosophy.

Amritesh has born in north India and has got spontaneous inclination towards yoga from his childhood. During his study, he has participated at a different level of yoga championship and been awarded with many medals. He holds Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy (PGDYT) from Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute, Lonavla and has gone through a deep study of yoga from different places in India. In the beginning of his yoga practice, he dedicated himself more to asanas and its physical aspect because of his sound academic knowledge and carrier of anatomy & physiology.

He has good ability to hold asanas for long time easily and has the skill to teach difficult asanas in a simple way with scientific cues to the students. But later, he understood that the whole science of yoga has been developed by Yogis not for the body only but to experience something which is beyond body-mind and the art of living blissfully. Apart from his teaching, he devotes time to explore the deeper realm of yoga by joining advanced yoga & meditation retreats.

Sagar Latkar (Director)

Sagar Latkar is an amazing yoga teacher with charming personality . His name means the ocean. His personality is very similar to the ocean - very open to various perspectives of life. Whenever you see him he will be smiling & many students have nicknamed him as sunshine teacher because as per them his smile is like sunshine & it which makes them very happy. When he teaches class (theory or practice) he is completely focused on it. In his class he shares his experience about yoga and life itself. His classes are fun and engrossing to experience. He explains about yoga in the most simplest possible way and is open to explore with other students the depth of yogic experience. His unique way of teaching the class whether theory or practice makes his class very fun, interesting and enjoyable.

In his class students can explore various ways to do yogic practice . He also suggests different things for practice and does not restrict it. His perspective about yoga is - yoga needs to be modified to suit a person’s need and not to modify the person to suit yoga. His personality is very unique, he is very down-to-earth person, calm and always listens to everybody’s suggestions or talks or problems of peoples lives.

He is also very understanding and loves to help people when needed. He wishes to see the entire world as a happy place & everyone as a happy person. His voice is very attractive and soothing which makes his prayers chanting very wonderful & peaceful. Everyone loves to listen to his prayers and they also love to record the prayers that he chants.

In his life he has been through a number of different aspects about life. He started his yoga journey at the age of 21-22 but his complete focus was on asana. He hardly had any idea about exactly what yoga is or how deep the love of yoga or the knowledge of yoga is. At the same time side-by-side he was working in office, he was a computer professional. After few years sagar decided to pursue his yoga journey & quit his job. To understand the depth of yoga he undertook a yoga therapy course at Kaivalyadhama yoga & research institute near Mumbai. Through his studies his yoga knowledge enhanced and his practice became more deeper and his perspective about yoga shifted from the asana’s to every aspect of the yogic life.

Work in India - Sagar is associated with Thane District Yoga Association, one of the wonderful and prestigious Yoga Association around Mumbai. With them he has worked as yoga therapist and has been taking public & private classes numerous workshops across India.

After few years he got an opportunity to spread the knowledge of yoga in China and at present he is working in China conducting the classes public & private classes, however his prime focus is the yoga teacher training courses which is excellent at.

Vishal Patil (Manager)

Vishal is a complete personality . his view towards life is not only typically philosophical ,practical or theoretical but he also finds the reason and purpose of life , his understanding makes everyone excited to know more about their goal and purpose of life. At age of 15 he started yoga journey to experience changes according to yoga philosophy, during his yoga practice he participated different yoga championships and he won many awards. Also National level Player in various Sports and Game's, Marathon Runner/Player, Vishal has completed his degree in bachelor of commerce , after that he did Bachelor in physical education (B.PED) to understand science of sports to combine yoga with sports lifestyle .

Since, he was working on different aspects of life ie. physical, mental and emotional , he Vishal is a complete personality . his view towards life is not only typically philosophical , practical or theoretical but he also finds the reason and purpose of life , his understanding makes everyone excited to know more about their goal and purpose of life. At age of 15 he started yoga journey to experience changes according to yoga philosophy, during his yoga practice he participated different yoga championships and he won many awards.

Also National level Player in various Sports and Game's, Marathon Runner/Player, Vishal has completed his degree in bachelor of commerce , after that he did Bachelor in physical education (B.PED) to understand science of sports to combine yoga with sports lifestyle . since he was working on different aspects of life ie. physical, mental and emotional , he decided to get more involve in yoga by completing yoga certification in N.I.S.(NATIONAL INSTITITE OF SPORTS,PUNJAB) During all this journey he also finished 2 year's advance DIPLOMA in YOGA. From Mumbai University. His information were turning in to knowledge to get experience about own life. He didn’t stop his learning process, instead he did M.PEd. (Master's in Physical Education), P.F.C.C (Gym & Specialty in Aerobics.) his inner journey never stopped.

Vishal’s journey never got affected during career struggle and inner journey of life. He is the personality who has been balanced everything ,he is an ideal personality . His qualities made him - Player, Teacher, Coach, Trainer, Rafree – Judge etc. in very short time he became a guru of some disciples and he is on top in society .He is a General Secretary of Thane District Yoga Association and Currently working as a.. Sports Director in Mary's M.H.J.C. Education institute.