ONLINE Nada Yoga Teacher Training

Become a Certified Nada Yoga Teacher

Embark on a transformative journey with our comprehensive Online Nada Yoga Teacher Training Program. Designed for aspiring yoga teachers, therapists, and sound healing enthusiasts, this program integrates ancient wisdom with modern teaching techniques to deepen your understanding and practice of the sacred sound.
Online Naad Yoga Course

Enhanced Personal Well-Being and Spiritual Growth

Experience a profound journey into self-awareness and spiritual enlightenment. This program offers deep inner peace, emotional balance, and mental clarity, fostering a transformative personal growth that enriches your life purpose and connection with the universe.

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Mastery of Sound Healing and Therapeutic Techniques

Gain comprehensive skills in sound healing and therapeutic techniques, including mantras and raagas. Use these tools to promote healing and well-being, making a tangible difference in both personal and professional settings.

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Empowerment as a Certified Teacher

Become a certified Nada Yoga teacher, equipped to guide others in their journey of self-discovery through sound and vibration. This certification opens professional opportunities and enables you to contribute positively to the collective consciousness and community wellness.

Student Reviews

The yoga teacher training course at Nada Yoga School was a wonderful way for me to explore and experience yoga, meditation, mantra and music. All the teachers were masters in their art and provided a great stage for the group to grow and laugh. Beautifully nested in the Himalayan foothills, this is an amazing place to practice naad yoga.
~ Branden Persy, Canada
Spending 4 weeks learning Nada Yoga opened up a greater awareness around the mystics of Sound.It was a month of playing the harmonium several hours a day - learning different kirtans along with beginning the life long study & practice of the Ragas.It was a time where what was hiding came up to the surface, where people’s voices needed to be heard & where people needed to speak their truth. We were working with our voices after all.It was incredibly special to connect with people all across the world with different modalities and wisdom to share. I learnt just as much from our conversations and out of class connection time.It’s been a few years of exploration within the Yoga realm and it’s clearer than ever now that Nada Yoga is the path I feel most called to share 🙏
~ Brooke Reid, Australia

Online Nada Yoga Course

What is Nada Yoga?

online nada yoga workshopIn short, attaining samadhi through sound is Nada Yoga. Nada Yoga is “union through sound”. The union of body, mind and spirit.

Nada Yoga is a branch of Yoga in which transformation is brought through the Shabd or Nada. The nearest translation of Shabd and Nada is sound or vibration. But Shabd or Nada are not the same as sound because they can be produced either by striking two objects known as Ahata sound or without striking two objects which is called Anahata sound. Anahata sound can be heard at the Anahata or heart chakra. 

Nada has the same place in Yoga as energy has in science. We can’t see energy, but we can feel it as vibrations. All energy, all vibrations generate sound.

Sound is one way for us to experience this energy.

Together, we will learn:

Nada Yoga

In this online Nada Yoga course, we will learn about nada yoga (the sacred sound) and its origin. Types of Nada Yoga. Is nada yoga practical or just philosophy. How does it affect your body and mind? What is the connection between Nada Yoga and Indian Music? Mantras and Nada Yoga. How to use nada yoga for healing. And much more as you will see below.

Sanskrit and Mantra Chanting

Mantra yokes the mind’s capacities to utilize it as a vehicle leading to higher intelligence. Mantras are said to have originated in the cosmic realm. 

Lore has it that the play of Shiva’s damru is the source of all sound: called Nada – the divine vibration. From this stream, springs the Sanskrit alphabet. Each is a beej mantra that gives rise to further consonants.

This course is designed to help you understand the Sanskrit alphabet (with Devanagari script), its phonetical significance for varied applications, and each letter’s beej mantra and their origins with different intonations and pitch are well elaborated and explained.

You will learn the syllables of each mantra and consonants with accuracy.

You will also learn how to chant each mantra in the correct pitch, continuity, and flow to the desired effect.

The use of mantra is imperative for those who wish to deepen knowledge and experience of the spirituality of measured sound.

Mantras can be used as remedies for all types of life situations, rituals, and especially to deepen meditation. These mantras are also specifically used for healing therapies.

Nada Yoga and mantra sadhana teach the sequence to deepen these practices of meditation through mantra to obtain desired results.

Kirtans and Bhajans

Kirtan is call and response devotional singing to the glory of the divine in various forms. Kirtan can take the form of repeating the name or the stories of the manifestations. 

Kirtan is done through the heart, feelings and emotions where devotion reigns supreme. It’s the straight and simple path in which no instructions or Guru is needed.

Bhajan means “to chant or repeat.” Bhajan is any kind of devotional song that may come in a variety of forms ranging from classical raag to folk music. Bhajans are usually sung solo. 

Bhajans and kirtans forge emotional bond between the performer and the audience, making the art of performance a therapeutic and restorative experience.

Raagas and indian Music

At its core, Indian music is spiritual, and nearly all of it can be used in Nada Yoga.

Indian music originated in the chanting and singing of the Vedic mantras, particularly those from the Samveda. Later on, the evolution and growth of Indian music occurred in temples where it was used for prayer, worship and meditation.

Indian classical music produces slow brain waves which help in the reduction of thought and encourage a state of deep tranquility, and clearly that was the reason for its use in spiritual practice. 

The primary aim of spiritual practice is to slow down the thought process, prevent the turbulent fluctuations of emotions and either bring the body to stillness or dance.

The basic structure of Indian classical music is Raga. Raga means “to color the mind and the spirit”, leading both to a state of higher consciousness. Each raga is a unique combination of notes which works as formula or a sutra, carrying specific mood and energy, which then connects to nature in general, and to a specific state of consciousness. 

With practice, a musician experiences the essential core of the raga, contemplating and meditating upon it to unfold its essence and depth. This unfolding depends on each musician as ultimately the personality of the musician and the core of the raga merge, resulting in spiritual experience.

In this way, the act of playing a raga is an act of prayer, worship and meditation, transporting the individual to higher consciousness in a vertical movement.

Nada Yoga as Music & Sound Therapy

Nada Yoga can be used as music therapy/sound healing, for the physical, psychological and spiritual healing and well-being of a person or group. 

It’s more effective than the current music and sound therapy because in addition to the music component, it involves yoga
poses, breathing techniques, meditations and detoxification methods. In other words, it’s a holistic healing practice which includes body, emotions and cognitive ability, and can be used as a preventive or curative measure. 

In terms of prevention, Nada Yoga is useful to relieve stress and create harmony between body and mind for the better balance or
homeostasis of both. Nada Yoga can help in dealing with many chronic health problems including dementia and Parkinsonism.

Nada Yoga can be active or receptive. Actively, in Nada Yoga a person creates vocal or instrumental music to express and heal. In receptive mode, the individual listens to sounds and music. Visualization, touch, body movement and smell can be added to sound and music to enhance their effect on the brain and the body.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a sleep-based meditation where you learn to relax as deeply as in sleep while being awake.

Yoga Nidra is all about ‘undoing, unlearning’, letting go of any goal or even the idea of ‘being spiritual’. It works by taking you to brainwave states similar to those in sleep where you go completely disengaged from your thoughts and emotions creating the possibility to access deeper layers of the mind.

It will give you the knowledge on how to work with the general public and a comprehensive and well-rooted practice from which to further develop specialized skills such as working with trauma and recovery populations.

Together, we will explore: 

  1. Complete immersion into the understanding of the philosophy, history, and origins of Yoga Nidra.
  2. Learn to conduct and teach authentic Yoga Nidra, philosophy and practices on your own.
  3. Learn about stages of sleep, its relation to brainwaves, and how Yoga Nidra helps to progressively slow down brainwaves, hence entering into timeless space.
  4. Learn about the mechanism of the mind. How Yoga Nidra helps us to awaken and release our subconscious barriers such as self-limiting thoughts, unhelpful habits, long-held fears, and negative emotions.
  5. An in-depth look at our Autonomous Nervous system and how the state of Savasana and Relaxation can be achieved with the practice.
  6. Understand and explore the role of using intention during the course as well as learn the tips to use it in your personal practice.
  7. Complete indulgence into full-fledged practice over the course.
  8. Explore the therapeutic and multiple benefits of this incredible Yoga practice.
  9. Understand what the Energy body is and how Yoga Nidra helps in freeing all the trapped energy within the body.
  10. Learn to practice Yoga Nidra without a facilitator or a teacher.
  11. Learn to write Yoga Nidra scripts on your own.
  12. Learn tips on how to conduct classes by creating right space for your students, using right voice/pitch, setting and script.

Introduction To Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient vedic science that is closely related to the practice of yoga. Understanding of ayurvedic concepts will help you deepen the healing and compose diet and lifestyle that will suit our individual requirements.

The lectures of Ayurveda will include the study of –

  1. Basics of Ayurveda (elements, dhatus, doshas, and tastes)
  2. Kapha, Vatta, and Pitta. Knowing your body type.
  3. Daily routine, seasonal routine, diet regime, etc.

Student Reviews

I loved my experience with the Nada yoga TTC. I went to learn how to facilitate kirtans but got so much more out of the program. I was immersed in the mystical world of Indian classical music, which heavily challenged my innate belief system. It shook my core in the best possible way and showed me a new world of sounds and vibrations. The profound power of Sanskrit and the Vedic mantras were another thing I loved. 1 month is hardly enough to learn about nada yoga, but it's a great base and I am so looking forward to keep exploring, reading, and practicing! Asana and pranayam classes were also something I was looking forward to. So well explained and with great presence from our knowledgable teachers. I am very thankful to all of you - Mohan ji, Yogi Mohan ji, Bhuwan ji, Shivananda ji, and of course our great cook! The food was incredibly delicious. Being a practicing yoga teacher, this was my 3rd yoga course and I highly recommend the school! I went there as a listener and left a nada yogi (at least a beginner one).
~ Kristina Gerard, Bulgaria
As someone who was already teaching yoga, this training added a valuable dimension to my practice and teaching. The focus on sound healing opened new avenues for me professionally. Personally, the meditation and mantra chanting practices have become an integral part of my daily routine, bringing immense peace and clarity.
~ Karenina, Spain
Completing the Online Nada Yoga Teacher Training was an enlightening journey for me. The depth of knowledge imparted about sound healing and meditation was transformative. Each session was a step closer to self-discovery and inner peace. I feel equipped not just as a teacher but also as an individual seeking a deeper connection with the self.
~ Eva Hawker, USA

Online Nada Yoga Teacher Training

By the end of the course you’ll be able to:

Online Nada Yoga Course

Your Teacher: Yogacharya Bhuwan Chandra

A native of the Greater Himalayas, with a Master’s degree in Yoga from the Uttaranchal Sanskrit University (Haridwar campus), Bhuwan Chandra is a recognized professional Indian Classical Musician and nada yogi.

In 2008, he founded the Nad Yoga Trust to spread his knowledge on nada yoga and then began to organize the annual International Yoga and Music Festival. He has participated actively participated in yoga festivals, seminars, and music concerts all over India and abroad.

Enriched by this experience and having understood the intricate connection between music and the body chakra mechanism, he has created a holistic approach to yoga through the science of music (Nada), thus bringing a fresh approach to the yoga sequences.

Through intensive research on Nada Yoga, he has developed various new techniques to enrich the yogic experience.

His Sitar performance can incite the innermost sentiments and invigorate the nadis (nerve centers): Bhuwanji is one of the few qualified guides able to conduct you through the practical elements of Nada Yoga.

And other guest teachers.

Online Nada Yoga Teacher Training Course


1. July 01 - 28, 2024


Online (Live + Recording)

The complete course will be available as recordings for you to watch later and complete the course at your own pace!

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Most frequent questions and answers

Register now to get the course for early bird price of 1197$ only. 

Yes. The lessons will be recorded and posted on our online platform so you can rewatch them at your convenience. You will have lifetime access to the recordings.

Apart from the recorded sessions, the LIVE classes will take place in different time zones to accommodate students from all over the world. The exact time and schedule of the classes will be published and sent to you one week before the course begins.

You’ll join the classes via video conferencing (Zoom). 

If you are unable to join us live, you will receive the recordings of the classes in our community platform.

Yes, you can still join the course. You will have lifetime access to the recordings, a private community, and support after the course ends. So, you can watch them anytime at your own convenience.

Yes, it is Yoga Alliance certified. After the completion of the course, you can register with Yoga Alliance as RYT 200.

After the completion of the course, you will be able to:

  1. Lead kirtan and mantra cohorts. 
  2. Teach Nada Yoga Effectively: confidently teach Nada Yoga to others, sharing its philosophy and practices.
  3. Understand and accurately pronounce Sanskrit mantras, enhancing the authenticity and efficacy of your practice and teaching.
  4. Acquire skills in using sound for healing, utilizing mantras, raagas, and instruments effectively for therapeutic purposes.
  5. And much more….

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