Teachers Training Course
Although it depends on individual and it’s a completely a personal choice however if someone likes to learn in advance to our course, you can read up on these books:
Yoga doesn’t have an age barrier and we have seen people at the age of 50+ also has learnt the Yoga and made a success full yogic life. Actually the Myth is yoga is taken more as physical exercise and activity where as the fact is that Yoga is about spiritual elevation of someone who practices this holistic science for the self realization.
Our Training is hectic six days a week with Sunday as a free day and we understand that participants need a break from regular class both physically and mentally, hence we take our participants along with our team on a day trip at nearby scenic beauty.
As we are located at the foothills of Himalaya acknowledging with River Ganges and Rishikesh which is also known as world capital of yoga and is full of scenic beauty and landscape hence we take our groups to these place acknowledging with light outdoor yoga session which is mixed with exploring the place, fun and photography.
Note: Cost of these excursions are included in the tuition and comes as an added bonus for attending our school however someone feels like relaxing and doing their own thing, then they are free for the day. Sometimes we may have extra assignment and homework in that way sometimes we postpone or reduce our two free days into one.
We provide private as well as the twin sharing room with attached bath. The Tuition fee includes accommodation with three vegetarian meals.
We don’t have any specific dress code in our school but you should choose yoga wear that hugs your body shape, and allows for easy movement and have enough stretch for Asanas Practice, Indian culture doesn’t encourage the exposed and revealing dress and you should choose a dress that covers your knees and shoulders.
You can also apply for e-visa which is valid for two months at https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html If your stay is more longer than most common visa is a tourist Visa (lasts 6 months). The former rule that a period of 2 months must elapse after leaving India and before re-entering has been removed since November 2012.
Depends If you aren’t planning on exploring more of India, you should book your flight so that you leave one or two day after the scheduled end date of the course.
Distance of our school from few famous nearby city
• New Delhi, 234 kms
• Dehra Dun, 45 kms
• Haridwar, 20 kms
You should ideally take morning flight from New Delhi (DED) to Dehradun(DED) so that you can reach maximum by afternoon to Dehradun to enough time in hand, although it depends on your international flight and its connecting time and you can plan accordingly.
In general from New Delhi to Dehradun is only 45 to 60 minute fly but again it depends from flight to flight.
We have a tie-up with local transporter and a private taxi for airport transfer from New Delhi airport to our School will roughly cost US$ 60. There’s a maximum of two students that can share a taxi, and you would split the total cost with the other student. Please inform with your flight airline number, arrival time to avail this paid facility.
Upon receiving of booking amount you are intiltled to switch your course dates and is valid for one year.
Our School is located in the Indian state GOA. This place has a spiritual connection as per Hindu mythology as every year millions of pilgrim visit this land for various holy rituals across the globe. One of the greatest reasons is the Holy river Great Ganges flow through this state and among pilgrim the significance of this river is highest and also worshipped as Mother Ganges.
Every year many yoga and spiritual enthusiast visit this city across the world and is considerably safest place if you are a lone traveler or even a solo female traveler. Our Indian culture is based on the rule of ATITHI DEVO BHAW which means Guest is the form of GOD. The local people here are very welcoming and friendly and used to of multicultural people, and full of innocence as compare to Indian metro city crowd.
This mystic land is a surely nice and safe place for everyone and we look for the unforgettable moment for that enthusiast who comes looks India as a land of mythology, spirituality, and human relation and cultural value.
We recommend not to drink water that comes straight out of a faucet. Showering is fine (as long as you don’t gulp mouthfuls of the water).
You shouldn’t have to worry about malaria in Rishikesh, and/or taking any sort of anti-malaria medicine, as Rishikesh isn’t in a high-risk zone for malaria.
Yes we recommend you to get vaccinated for Typhoid as India in general has a higher risk for Typhoid, so you should consider it. Please do your own research on article and discussion on getting Typhoid vaccines for India.