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Online Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Anatomy Course, $149 only


Benefits of Online Yoga and Anatomy Course

  • Yoga Alliance continuing education CE credits, 30 hours, YACEP
  • Exposure to Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle & Ethics, and Yoga Anatomy & Physiology in this course
  • More insight into the impact of your daily actions and reactions
  • Deeper meaning and purpose to life
  • Live a life attuned to nature
  • A heightened sense of contentment
  • Video Lectures, questionnaires, and assignments
  • Certificate of Completion

Who is this Yoga Philosophy and Anatomy course for?

  • Anyone interested in yoga in general
  • Aspirants who are interested in gaining knowledge of Vedic philosophy
  • Yoga teachers who want to repeat or improve their understanding of yoga philosophy and anatomy
  • Aspirants who are curious about the yogic lifestyle
  • People who are searching for meaning, health, and purpose in life

Evaluation Method for our Online Yoga Philosophy and Basic Ayurveda Course

After each lesson/module, a questionnaire must be completed and submitted: 70% of your answers should be correct to pass. You also need to complete the ten assignments in Self-paced yoga teacher training.

When does the course start?

It is a self-paced, pre-recorded course you may start whenever you choose. You will have six months to complete this Course. 


Online Yoga Teacher Training 200 hours


E-RYT 500


  • Highly Rated School on Yoga Alliance: 4.7 out of 5. Please check  Here 
  • Course completion leads to 30 hours of YACEP Certificate, Yoga Alliance
  • Structured Course for progressive learning. Free Study Material
  • Clear Doubts On WhatsApp Chat With A Teacher Who Will Respond Within  24 Hours.
  • The course can be completed in a minimum of 7 days (self-paced) and a maximum of 6 months
  • Lifetime access to the content



    • Yin & Yang Tissues
    • Types of Stretches
    • Anatomical Reference Position 
    • Anatomy Basics 
    • Connective Tissues 
    • Muscular System 
    • Skeletal System 
    • Respiratory System 
    • Planes and Axis 
    • Joints 
    • Spine & Ribcage 
    • Reciprocal Inhibition