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If you are looking to bring a change in your life by learning yoga for self-rejuvenation or transfer the benefits to others by getting a professional certificate and expertise, then Rishikesh Nath Yogshala is the perfect fit for you. You will be trained by world-class trainers who have world-class certificates and exposure.
They provide the learners and practitioners with state of the art well-equipped rooms and accommodations with pure Satvik vegetarian food. The institute is located in the yoga capital of India, Rishikesh. The rooms are well furnished and the basic and luxury services are provided by the institute as per the wish of a person. Along with this, they have all the facilities such as television, Wi-Fi, air conditioner, Geyser, and other such facilities are also available to make the stay comfortable.
Through the first two steps, the mental strength is enhanced by interpreting the qualities of one’s own mind and its limitations. Restlessness ceases to exist at this stage and all the limitations and imperfections of the mind are left behind. Analytical observation and intellectual energy tend to grow and you will start to enjoy internal bliss.
Becoming a yoga teacher is a first step to change your life and share the passion of this ancestral discipline. By deepening your practice and living your daily life in consciousness, through impartial and detached observation of your actions, you can inspire other yogis and yoginis to follow the path of freedom by transmitting your knowledge.
This training is the union of teaching in the respect of Indian tradition and immersion in a living and welcoming nature that allows an intense spiritual connection away from the confusion of the world.
A program based on the exploration of yoga sutras of Patanjali shaped hundreds of years ago. The Eight Pillars of yoga or ashtanga yoga (ashtanga means eight in Sanskrit) give the rhythm of the day. They encourage you to discover all aspects of yoga, far beyond physical postures, to live the philosophy of integral yoga.
The Eight Pillars of yoga described in the sutras are discussed at different times of the day. They cover the prerequisites of the Yoga Alliance- USA, 100-hour YTT program during the seven hours spent per day on different aspects.
You have followed the course of yoga instructor and have acquired the bases of the teaching exercise, basic essential training to approach you with security and guarantees to the practice of your students.
However, your desire to learn and advance in this knowledge that captivates you will be set in this teacher training course to differentiate you, to qualify you, and become the professional expert that everyone will dispute.
The classroom hours that make up this curriculum are distributed among the different training areas already outlined in the course of instructors. In them, however, the expansion of knowledge and the deepening of your study will fulfill the expectations of your professional qualification and your personal enrichment.
The program includes all the major schools of yoga: the traditions of Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Kundalini yoga, and Yoga Nidra, and gives a full understanding of this spiritual science. In the class, you will study anatomy and physiology, yoga philosophy, Asanas and their detuning, Bandhi, Shatkarma, Pranayama, mantras, mudras, and meditation.
This course will give you all the necessary base for a full understanding of the basics of yoga and for meaningful immersion in practice. Also in the course are lessons on the methodology of teaching, where you will be taught to apply the accumulated experience and transfer the acquired knowledge to your students at a qualified level.
The learner needs to attain the perfection of the body along with perfection in mind in order to gain mental efficiency. Abhyasa is the keynote of this yogic philosophy.
As a team, you and the others will aspire and support the trainees to attain a holistic approach during the training sessions. You will aim for the trainees to witness and experience the value of subtle practices like meditation and pranayama as well as Asana practices.
The trainee needs to be competent for graduating as a yoga teacher as per their class-based participation and ongoing observations during classes. Trainees also receive valuable feedback on the practical sessions from assistant teachers and senior teachers.
They need to meet certain teaching standards regarding their anatomy, adjustments, asana alignment, and communication. As a trainee, you will be required to work in groups and others on teaching practicums. Applicants must be prepared to undergo constructive training on a regular basis. You will be provided with proper study material as well as guidance throughout the assessment phase.
Special attention is given to the control of the breath in Ashtanga Yoga. In Ashtanga Yoga, the so-called Ujjayi breathing is used. You can apply this in the complete asana praxis, which gives you more energy and better breathability.
Through the Ujjayi breathing, you create noise through the targeted narrowing of the vocal spines during inhalation and exhalation. Through this constriction, you create a resistor that produces the typical Ujjayi noise. Breathing thus serves as an orientation point in practice.
Vinyasa describes the synchronization of movement (asana) and breath. Ashtanga Yoga is a Vinyasa system, where you can exercise every movement in the respiratory rhythm. So do not make any movement that you can not connect with the breath.
Bandha describes subtle muscle contractions in certain areas of the body during yoga praxis. One differentiates Uddiyana, Mula, and Jalandara Bandha. Bandha can be translated with tape. This band passes through the body. By specifically activating the muscles involved, you will focus your body on and off, stabilize and protect your body, generate warmth, and focus your mind.
Drishti means a point of view. In Ashtanga yoga, you can perform any movement with a fixed viewpoint. This focus will help you focus attention from the outside, thus restoring your mind.
Camping on the banks of Ganga is an eternal experience. The chirping of birds and flowing water with cool breeze will take away your mind off stress and problems.
Enjoy an active life and get yourself involved in a worthy and lovable experience by joining Rishikesh Nath Yogshala's rafting and trekking camps. You can enjoy river rafting, trekking, bungee jumping, camping within Rishikesh on weekends. Weekend rafting camps also include other activities like rock climbing, bird watching, star gazing, beach volleyball, trekking, and others.
Ajay Uniyal immersed himself in the spiritual life at a very early age and he has been the same since. The guidance of his grandfather made him learn yoga philosophy and Vedanta at the very early age of 11. After that, Ajay joined the Gurukuland practice and studied yoga for four years. From that time, he still continues to go for higher qualifications and he has also gained many awards as well as several years of teaching experience in yoga.
Ganesh's specialty is Hatha and Ashtanga yoga. Ganesh Negi is one of the most sincere and natural teachers of HathaYoga, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa flow in the yoga ashram. He has been practicing Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow for more than 5 years and has been an amazing and enthusiastic teacher as well. He has completed his master's degree in yoga sciences and is also a certified teacher. His teaching method is very simple and traditional and his classes are extremely informative, light-hearted and lively.
Harmindra's specialty is anatomy and physiology. Harmindra Singh is one of the most sincere and natural teachers of Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow in Vinyasa yoga ashram, He has been practicing Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow for more than 4 years and teaching around the world. He has completed his Master's degree in yoga sciences. He is also a certified teacher. His teaching method is very simple and traditional. His classes are also very informative while at the same time light-hearted and lively.
Ajay Bijalwan ji began teaching yoga in the year 2010 and paid a visit to China as a guest teacher in 2012. He continued teaching yoga in India after coming back, but was invited to California Fitness & Yoga center, in Vietnam, where he ended up spending a period of six years. He conducted numerous Master classes and yoga workshops on various topics during that time.
This yoga teacher training will take place at Rishikesh Nath Yogshala in Rishikesh, India. It is located in the yoga capital of the world and stands close to the banks of River Ganga. Rishikesh is located in the North Indian state of Uttarakhand and is surrounded by Himalayan Hills. The place is intersected by the holy River Ganges, and thus, it is also known as the land of yoga and spirituality.
Rishikesh is claimed to be the 'Yoga Capital of the World' and people from different countries all around the world visit this divine city to enjoy nature and learn yoga and other forms of spirituality. The place is full of spiritual ashrams and yoga shalas. If you seek spiritual pleasure and peace of inner self then Rishikesh Nath Yogshala can help you. It is believed that meditation in Rishikesh brings one closer to attainment of moksha, as does a dip in the holy river that flows through it. These views have the power to purify and heal your soul completely.
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You will be provided with delicious, Satvik meal three times a day. The menu will change on a weekly basis, focusing mainly to introduce healthy and nutritious elements in the meal. If you wish to try something else, several restaurants and local hotels are located nearby. It is suggested that students only consume natural and pure meals.
If you wish to try something else, several restaurants and local hotels are located nearby. It is suggested that the students only consume natural and pure meals.
Music holds an incredible power to rule over your heart. In Rishikesh Nath Yogashala, a jam session is organized to make you relax and calm. It also adds a memorable moment during your trip. The music session brings tranquility of mind.
A plethora of healing therapies will play a wide role to bring you peace of mind. Taking part in these therapies means knowing yourself. At this platform, you will experience a wide variety of spiritual treatment to understand your own spirituality.
You can add a spark to your visit by watching a Bollywood or Hollywood film. Apart from serving you the facility of a mini theater, you will be provided with some popcorn to jazz up the mood.
The motto behind laying the platform of Rishikesh Nath Yogshala is spreading messages of love and peace. Here, you can join in a number of programs designed to train the students how to keep yourself calm and peaceful.
Satsang is a kind of lecture that introduces you about the story that belongs to the glorious past. These stories let us know how to deal with problems. Yogi Ajay Uniyal’s Satsang is quite unique, which gives you a refreshing and peaceful experience at Rishikesh Nath Yogshala.
For the shopaholics, shopping adds a wonderful experience. Here, you can go for a memorable shopping experience at a variety of shops, stalls, and stores. You can get a sizeable collection of clothing like scarves, shawls, shirts, and pants. Apart from that, Ayurvedic beauty and personal care products are also available in the abundance. People who love eating will get a plethora of options to choose from.
Jolly Grant Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). You may rent a car or catch a taxi from the airport. You may book another flight to the nearest domestic airport near Rishikesh, which is Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport (DED). Transfer from and to this airport is included. Rishikesh Nath Yogshala will pick you up from the airport.
From Delhi, the city of Rishikesh is about 230 kilometers away and is well connected by buses. A bus journey may take about five to seven hours depending on the traffic and it costs you about 130 to 350 INR. A bus with air conditioning will cost about 250 700 INR. In Rishikesh, there are several travel agencies scattered around Swarg Ashram and Lakshman Jhula that can book luxury buses to common destinations like Delhi, Jaipur, Pushkar, and Varanasi.
A quiet branch line connects Rishikesh to Haridwar, but there are only about three slow trains daily. It is better to take the train to Haridwar and continue by bus from there which will take 45 minutes and costs 30 INR, by taxi it will take 30 minutes and costs 800 INR or by auto-rickshaw taking 40 minutes and 500 INR. However, traveling by train is recommended in peak seasons or during a ‘mela’ (fair) when bus routes are diverted in Haridwar whereas trains often run empty and the fares are low at just 4 INR for a passenger train service.
You can take share rickshaws (vehicle brand name Vikram) towards Lakshman Jhula for 15 INR from Rishikesh station. You will have to cross Ram Jhula to reach Swarg Ashram on the other side of River Ganga. There are many trains from Delhi to Haridwar. Some of the better options are Shatabadi Express, Jan Shatabdi, AC Special Express, and Mussoorie Express.
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