Yoga Teacher Training in Chiang Mai | Thailand

Published | Updated November 25, 2018
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Yoga Teacher Training Classes and Programs in Chiang Mai
Yoga training is very popular around the globe, and Thailand is no exception to that. In Asia, moreover, we find notably India (Rishikesh, Auroville, Goa, among other places), Indonesia (Bali) and Thailand (Chiang Mai, Koh Phangan, Phuket, Koh Samui) being the hotspots of serious Yoga training in general, and Yoga Teacher Training Programs in particular.

In Thailand, you’ll find the established local Yoga schools and training centers offering teacher training, Wellness retreats and resorts hosting Yoga teacher training programs provided by foreign or local teachers, and full-fledged specialized Yoga retreat centers. Some training centers offer daily drop-in classes, others only offer punctual retreats, some offer both.

There are perhaps as many sorts of Yoga teacher training courses as there are individual Yoga schools or teachers, each of them emphasizing certain Yoga aspects or Yoga styles of learning the “trade.” In general, one can find 200-hours, 300-hours, and 500-hours Yoga teacher training programs, with a duration of roughly 5 weeks up to 12 weeks, of which most of those are usually Yoga Alliance USA accredited.

It’s important for the aspirant student to read well the training offerings to get a good idea of what exactly is offered (Yoga styles, lineage, depth of teachings, duration, ambiance and setting, group size, accreditation, costs, validity of certification in your home country, and so on).

In Thailand, a number of foreign Yoga training programs are hard to track, because they’re advertised over global or local Event Sites, and provided by foreign teachers once a year or perhaps twice only. Training locations of these retreats can be virtually anywhere in Thailand, such as in a hotel, lodge, resort, wellness retreat, Yoga school, on a farm, etc.

Well, for what it is, below we’ve gathered for you the Yoga teacher training programs in Chiang Mai offered by established Yoga schools, centers, retreats and resorts, which are known to regularly offer Yoga Teacher Training courses.

Ananda Yoga Paradise

Ananda Yoga Paradise in Chiang Mai offers daily Yoga classes and runs a Yoga Teacher training (200-hour program). [Read More...]

Buddho Yoga

Buddho Yoga offers Yoga teachings based on alignment and transformation. Offers 200-hour yoga teacher training courses in Chiang Mai. [Read More...]

Freedom Yoga Chiang Mai

Freedom Yoga downtown in Chiang Mai is a small scale Yoga studio run by Adam and Ning. The studio offers both group and private classes of Vinayasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and [Read More...]

Jittra Yoga School

The Jittra Yoga School in Chiang Mai offers Yoga classes and a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training Course program. [Read More...]

Kaomai Lanna Hotel and Resort

The Kaomai Lanna Hotel and Resort in Chiang Mai regularly offers Yoga retreats and Yoga Teacher training programs given by external Yoga teachers. The place also offers their own Yoga [Read More...]

Mala Dhara Yoga Retreat Center & Eco Resort

Mala Dhara is an Eco Resort in Chiang Mai offering a variety of accommodation options, organic farming experience, Yoga classes, space for retreats, among other activities and faciliti [Read More...]

Pranaya

Pranaya offers Yoga Teacher training programs in Chiang Mai at the Wild Rose Yoga Studio. The Yoga teacher team consists of Laurence Gilliot, Rosemary Bolivar, Gernot Huber, and Lek Ki [Read More...]

Return to the Source Yoga Satsang

Return to the Source Yoga Satsang is a yoga school in Chiang Mai, run by Gaelen Hanson & Neil Jefferson. The school offers retreats and a 200-hour Yoga Teacher training program. [Read More...]

Shantaya Yoga & Bodywork School

Shantaya Yoga & Bodywork School is owned and founded by Jonas Westring. Jonas is an established Physiotherapist, Yoga and Thai Massage therapist and trainer. He offers courses in [Read More...]

Suan Sati

Suan Sati is a Yoga retreat center in Chiang Mai offering Yoga, Meditation and Permaculture training options. [Read More...]

The Yoga Room Chiang Mai

The Yoga Room Chiang Mai is run by Ken Harakuma who specializes in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (lineage/tradition of Sri K. Patthabi Jois). [Read More...]

Tribe Yoga

Tribe Yoga offers Yoga Retreats and Yoga Teacher training programs in Sri Lanka, Thailand, India, and in the UK. [Read More...]

Wild Rose Yoga Studio

Wild Rose Yoga Studio offers a broad range of various styles of Yoga and Yoga related classes, including a 200-hour Yoga Alliance approved Yoga Teacher training program. [Read More...]

Wise Living Yoga Academy

Wise Living Yoga Academy in Chiang Mai (Doi Saket) offers 200 Hours, 300 Hours & 500 Hours International Yoga Certification Programs. The academy is affiliated to The Yoga Institu [Read More...]

Yoga Ananda Chiang Mai

The Yoga Ananda school from Kru Nok teaches a mixture of styles, such as Hatha Yoga, Hatha Vinyasa, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Therapeutic Yoga and Pranayama, among other blends. The school has [Read More...]

Yoga Center Asia

Yoga Center Asia, based in Chiang Mai, is a team of multinational yoga, meditation, and mindfulness professionals. The center offers Yoga Alliance Yoga Teacher Training Courses and Ret [Read More...]

Yoga Mind Yoga Body

Yoga Mind Yoga Body in Chiang Mai is founded and run by Gernot Huber. Gernot draws from a variety of Yoga style lineages in his teachings. Additionally, he regularly offers drop-in cla [Read More...]


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