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Rishikesh is often described as Tapobhoomi; the land of meditation. It is indeed an escape from the worldly imbroglio of chaos, and an experience of clarity. We at Arogya Yoga School incorporate the strategic teachings of the Vedas and Upanishads, amalgamating them with the Yoga Sutras to imbue in you a plethora of perspectives previously unexplored by your Mind. Our techniques are inspired from the unshakeable Mountains of the Himalayan Ranges and the unstoppable vigour of River Ganga herself. Nestled in the midst of a sundry of virtuous and divine places of worship, Arogya Yoga School is a humble habitat of Yoga, where discipline and steadfastness are honed with a tinge of Culture and a wave of Tradition. Needless to say, Rishikesh happens to be the fitting place for you to begin a journey to your inner self and immerse yourself in the blissful tranquillity of the Trinity; mind, body, and soul.
During your stay here, Arogya Yoga School will provide you with neat accommodation with a lovely view of the mountains. You can choose between private or shared rooms. All attached bathrooms have western toilets and hot water geysers. Other facilities include filtered and safe drinking water, Wi-Fi, open kitchen, and medical help nearby.
Students who complete their subsequent trainings are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
Arogya is a Sanskrit word which means the perfect health, a prerequisite for all ventures in life. Even though you live in a technological era where everything is automatic, your happiness is not self-automatic. At the school, you will be given more importance to remain a student of yoga throughout your life. This 200-hour teacher training at Arogya Yoga School will allow you to develop the better understanding and deepen the practice of yoga.
It assists you in forming new visions in all spheres of yogic practice and also offers an opportunity to become a registered yoga instructor - RYT 200. Yoga helps everyone to develop the discipline which creates good results in experiencing the harmony of life. You can also guide the others to the path of peace and help to recreate the world's peace.
This class will prepare you to read and understand Patanjali's Yoga Sutras. Each Friday, students will lead a discussion reflecting on the week's readings. Before class, students should write down one question on a note card directly related to the day's reading and give this to the teacher at the beginning of the class.
The first thing they will give you is the introduction of yoga philosophy. Then you will learn about the origin of yoga, different paths of yoga, Ashtanga yoga, and Hatha yoga. In the second week, you will learn about obstacles in yoga, yama, iyama, asana, and different kinds of kosha (panch, annamaya, and pranayama). The third week will be different, you will be focusing on pranayama, manomaya kosha, pratyahara, and dharna. Then the last week, they will teach you about jnanamaya kosha, Sankhaya and Vendata darshan, dhyana, anandamaya kosha, and Samadhi or self-realization.
In the first week, they will give you an introduction to yoga class and then learn about cellular system, skeletal system, joints and a range of motions, as well as muscular system I. In the second week, you will be guided to learn about muscular system II, postural imbalances, physiology of asana, and three kinds of asana (standing, back bend, and forward bend).
For the third week, you will study other kinds of asana, which are twist and inversion. Then, you will focus on the digestive system, respiratory system, circulatory system, and physiology of pranayama. The last week will be different. You will learn about the nervous system I and II, endocrine system, stress and homeostasis, physiology of meditation, essence, lesson planning, as well as practical and written assessment.
Mantra is a word or a sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. The reverberating sound is harmonious to the body and mind. There are 6 mantras that you will learn in this teacher training, namely Ganesha mantra, Guru mantra, Shakti mantra, Gayatri mantra, Mangalacharan mantra, and Shanti mantra.
There, the instructors will guide you to focus on asanas. Here are kinds of asana and pranayama that you need to know to improve your skills in yoga.
You will enjoy weekend excursions on Saturday evenings and Sundays, to make the most of your time off classes.
The yoga curse will be held at Arogya Yoga School, located in Tapovan, Rishikesh. It is situated conveniently nestled amongst the mountains on all sides. The mesmerising white-sand beaches of the Ganga are just a 15-minute walk away.
During this program, Arogya Yoga School provides a traditional Indian culinary experience with a soulful variety of meals three times a day. The meals provided will be purely vegetarian, rich with proteins, and nutritious, thus helping you power through your day filled with rigorous practice sessions. A vegan diet can also be accommodated on request.
You can pamper yourself with an Ayurvedic massage included in the price during this program.
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Transfer available for additional US$70 per person
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL); the nearest international airport, or Dehradun Airport (DED); the nearest domestic airport. Transfer from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is available upon request with an additional fee of 70 USD. The transfer is free if you arrive at the domestic airport. For the return transfer, there is an additional fee of 70 USD for a drop off to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and 20 USD for Dehradun Airport (DED).
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