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Grab this opportunity in joining the 300-hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh to learn the proper way of yoga and its techniques.
The maximum participants in the group is 20.
A combination of value for money pricing, tasteful decor with a mix of aesthetics, utility and impeccable personalized services make Hermitage Hotel a your-kind-of-place. It is the place to unwind with all the space to relax, to refresh, and to be pampered.
Rooms have huge welcoming balconies and are carefully designed to offer you the synergy of simplicity and ultimate comfort. There’s also a facility of dormitory with 8 beds with ample of individual space.
At Hatha Yoga World, we encourage students to put theory into practice. To help engage students in philosophy, we combine lecture and readings with group discussion and movie screenings.
06:30 - Wake up
06:45 - Ayurvedic tea
07:00 - 08:00 - Meditation
08:00 - 10:00 - Morning asana class
10:00 - 11:00 - Breakfast
11:00 - 12:00 - Philosophy
12:00 - 13:00 - Anatomy and physiology
13:00 - 14:00 - Lunch
14:00 - 15:30 - Self-study
15:30 - 16:30 - Adjustment training and teaching methodology
16:30 - 18:30 - Evening asana class
18:30 - 19:00 - Mantra chanting and pranayama
19:00 - 20:00 - Dinner
21:30 - Lights out
Hatha Yoga World believes yoga is for everyone. You will be welcomed into a safe, supportive space where we only ask that you engage yourself in the present moment with an open heart. You don’t have to touch your toes to do yoga! Yoga is the integration of mind, body, and spirit. Our course is designed to foster transformation and growth within you and around you. Much of the curriculum derives from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, which lays out a system approach to move toward greater physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well being (and eventually enlightenment).
Known as the father of yoga, Patanjali wrote his famous collection of aphorisms, known collectively as the Yoga Sutras, roughly 2600 years ago. The 196 sutras (verses) are divided into four chapters. The first chapter describes yoga and the nature and means to achieve Samadhi. In the second chapter, Patanjali describes Kriya yoga and Ashtanga yoga (8 limbs). The third chapter focuses on siddhis, or supernatural powers. The final chapter describes the process of liberation and the reality of the transcended ego.
Patanjali laid a detailed path to enlightenment, known as the eight-limbed path or Ashtanga yoga. Due to the popularity of the Astanga style (Mysore) of Hatha yoga, this journey may also be referred to as Raja yoga.
Hatha yoga - asana practice
Patanjali yoga sutra
History and philosophy of yoga
Anatomy and psychology of yogic practice.
Ayurvedic diet and living
Pranayama (breathing techniques)
Bandhas (energy lock)
Kriyas (cleansing process )
Self-practice / correction classes
Anatomy of alignment
Asana adjustment classes
There are also other activities that will be done during the training course.
Movie night (yogic and spiritual movies)
Indian classical dance
Free flow dance
With a milieu of Shivalik Hills covered with green velvet, Hotel Hermitage is situated at the finest location of Rishikesh, Tapovan. It is just 0.5 kilometer from the iconic Laxman Jhoola one of the prime attractions of the region.
A light healthy satvic breakfast, lunch and dinner will be included in all our training packages. Fresh fruit, porridge, muesli and fresh curd, upma (south Indian delicacy), toast, eggs, butter/honey, herbal tea, fresh juice will be served.
A buffet style lunch consisting of delicate Indian dishes like lentils, papad, raita (made with fresh curd), rice, chapatti along with fresh seasonal vegetables, soups and salads.
Dinner will be similar to lunch and will be served 6 days a week.
At Hermitage, you get a way of life that speaks to your mind, body and soul. Being blessed by Mother nature, you can indulge in activities like rafting, camping, mountaineering and other sports. For those who want to rejuvenate their mind and soul programs on yoga, meditation and Reiki are conducted exclusively for residents within the hotel premises.