Yogini Gopika, ERYT, Ayurvedic practitioner, and Tantra yoga teacher, is ready to guide you to uncover your own power and unique gifts. With more than 16 years of teaching experience; she possesses effective methods and tools to facilitate her students to bring their lives into alignment. While living mostly in India, she has developed the intuition and insight necessary to create inner transformation. She has worked side by side with Guru Yogi Prakash to develop Shanti Yoga Ashram in Nepal and has been teaching teacher trainings there for the past few years.
Integral Yoga Institute (Yogic Philosophies)
Meera has always been sensitive to subtle matter and keen on the spiritual aspect of human nature. Willing to expand her awareness, she has been exploring Asia, studying Eastern philosophy, religion, traditions of different nations and improving her yoga and meditation techniques. Her main purpose was to find the optimal way to unblock the potential of mind and body. The path has brought her to Shanti Yoga Ashram; where she realized that Tantra comprises all the essential elements for nourishing the inner light, connecting with divine powers and living a harmonious life full of joy and bliss.
Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga and anatomy Teacher – She was born and raised in Denmark, she started her yoga practice and became a yoga instructor from Rishikesh from 2013. She is dedicated to share the amazing traditions of yoga with a growth number of practitioners. In her unique / inspirational and playful approach Cicilie helps her students to expand and deepen their understanding of yoga and life.After training in India she returned to Europe where she established and managed a yoga studio in Liverpool England and taught classes in Denmark and Portugal.
Ashtanga Vinyasa and Hatha yoga teacher – was born and raised in a traditional Hindu family Rishikesh. Since his childhood, he had a deep impression of his mother practicing Bhakti Yog and Hatha Yoga. He used to visit Himalayan pilgrimages with his family and these spiritual journeys, seeing sages standing in yogic postures on sacred riverbanks, inspired.He is one of the upcoming authorities and researcher in Yoga.
Shiva is a experienced Yoga teacher who trained under Swami Veda Bharathi from HImalayan tradition.He is born in kerala.After completing his higher secondary education at the age of 17 he entered in monastery life.He was in Shivagiri Ashram five years in Kerala.After completing his five years vedanda course from the ashram he travel all over India by bare foot walked from Kerala to Himalaya reaching Amarnath.After some more days of traveling he find his Guru in Rishikesh in Swami Rama Sadhak Gram Ashram.
His first exposure to Yoga was in 1997 at Anannda Yoga, Ktm, Nepal. He got seeds of life and started growing. In 1998, he was introduced about Hatha Yoga and Naturopathy in Arogya Ashram, ktm Nepal. Whilst yoga has its global talks and wider prospective, he decided to join Open University Alternative Medicine Council of India, Culcatta board in 1999. He was so touched and inspired by their teaching and broaden his knowledges in the fields of alternative medicine.
Prakash is the founder of Shanti Yoga Ashram, has been dedicated to yoga since childhood. He studied at the Bihar School of Yoga where he received initiation from Swami Niranjanananda. For the past 10 years, he has continued to deepen his knowledge in Nepal with Swami Shivalingam, Tantra Yoga Master. For the past 18 years, he has been fully immersed in teaching yoga both at home and abroad. He has circled the globe introducing the deeper aspect of yoga practice.
from India, August 2018
Host,food,teachers are very nice!
from United States, April 2018
"Enjoy, and leave your Western expectations behind "
I participated in a one month teacher training at Shivalaya, and really enjoyed and treasured my time there. The setting is spectacular and you truly feel lucky to practice yoga in such a beautiful, special and secluded place. Plus, the food is really, really good. You probably won't even miss meat! However, I do have to caveat that this place is great for a person who can leave all their Western expectations at the door upon arrival. The teaching style and approach to a teacher training is very different in Nepal, and you really do have to be flexible (both literally and figuratively) and go with the flow. If you have a certain idea in mind for what you should learn and how a yoga teacher training should run, maybe you should seriously consider doing a training in your own country. But if you're the kind of person who comes into this with no previous expectations or ideas, and just wants to learn, you'll love it.
from Netherlands, August 2018
De docenten zijn oprecht. Ze willen overdragen dat yoga veel meer is dat alleen asanas, maar een manier om een prettig en ontspannen leven te hebben.
De staff (de familie die het centrum draait) is heel betrokken en staat altijd voor je klaar.
from United States, December 2017
Had a wonderful time during my 200hours TTC. We were immersed in the amazing culture and beauty of nepal while doing lots of yoga. What more can you ask for?
Excellent spot at Begnas Lake to relax and to enjoy the peaceful environment. Bishnu and his family are very welcoming and the yoga teacher is very passionate about his teaching. Great for Yoga holidays and good for quiet weekends to recharge your batteries.
A perfect place for yoga and meditation... breathtaking view of begnas lake. A small village where nature is still prevailing. Jungle walk is another option where u can see different types of birds and very warm welcoming villagers..