Yoga Samaadhi is an effort to integrate yoga as an essential tool in developing spirituality and sustainability as a way of life.
Yoga Retreats (1)
From Acharya Chandramani's early age, he was naturally inclined and interested in following the traditional spiritual practices of the Vedas. He was initiated into the Vedic Sanskrit tradition by Swami Vivekananda at the age of 10 in Prabhat Ashram, UP, India. and was fully dedicated to the traditional Sanskrit gurukulam until adulthood and later initiated by Swami Veda in the lineage passed down by Swami Rama of the Himalayan Tradition. He acquired a bachelor and master degrees in Sanskrit Literature and Ph.D. in yoga and Vedanta scriptures from Uttarakhand Sanskrit University.
Subhash Petwal is our asana yoga instructor who is experienced teaching internationally and locally in the styles of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Hatha Yoga. He has undergone his training in Mysore and Kaivalyadhama Lonavala and has been undergoing continuous practices for several extended years at Kishore Yoga Kendra Bangalore. Subhash is passionate about sharing his knowledge of Hatha and Ashtanga yoga and takes great care in layout a strong foundation for his students to further their practices.
Yogacharya Karamjit has born and brought up in a Hindu and Yogic family whose roots are deeply emerged with Yogi’s lineage. He learned basics of yoga from a wandering monk, since childhood he stayed and practiced yoga under the revered Monks & Yogis in monasteries. Yogacharya Karamjit did 300 hours Yoga Instructor course and Post Graduation Degree in Yoga from Swami Vivekananda Yoga University and earned his Master in Yoga Science (M.Sc) Degree. He did Yoga and Vedanta certificate course from Swami Shivanada Ashram (Divine life Society) at Rishikesh, India.
from Finland, November 2019
I did the 200h yoga teacher training programme in Chiang Mai. The programme was intense with having hatha and pranayama in the morning before breakfast, philosophy and anatomy before lunch, either a break or video class or alignment in the afternoon and ashtanga and meditation and relaxation classes before dinner. However, it was all worth it as I learned a lot and also fully enjoyed everything all the way through.
The teachers were young, but experienced and full of knowledge. Having done yoga before a few years, I felt I got something new out of it, not just in learning pranayama and meditation, but also in asanas. Philosophy and anatomy classes led you deeper to world of yoga, giving you more knowledge in the history of yoga and see how everything is connected.
I personally loved a lot the Maewin Guesthouse were we where during the course. It is situated in the mountains about 1h away from Chiang Mai. You are away from the hustle of the city, but that's what makes it great as you get to fully dive into the experience. The food was also amazing, having fresh veggies and fruits every day and as a vegan the vegetarian food suited me very well.
The programme was also built very well as we had 3 free days when we got the chance to go on planned excursions. These were all planned through and some of them were literally one in a lifetime experiences, for example meeting the high priest in a cave monastery.
I loved everything. Thank you!