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The Anubhava Yoga Teacher Training course is structured to impart the authentic yoga practices of the ancient lineage of 84 Mahasiddas (Great Accomplishers). We pride ourselves in conserving the legacy of the authentic yogic practices of the Ancient Masters, and through rigorous discipline achieve the most intense experience we believe a TTC course currently offers today. The training is full day and is conducted 6 days a week. It includes a deep practice of Kriyas, an intensive theory studies and concludes with an examination. We have taken accountability for what we believe to be a restructuring of the existing Teacher Training Courses and through our highly intense curriculum deliver an unadulterated Yogic experience.
The accommodation will be in a resort at Bir, Himachal Pradesh. The resort is managed by a Tibetan trust and is just a 2 minutes’ walk away from AryaMarga Yoga institute. It has well designed ecological cottages. It’s nestled in the field and forest, offers a warm welcome to tourists and ensures quality and comfort. Their garden plantation also produces organic vegetables for their restaurant. Namlang-Himal Resort has been considered a paradise to get away from your hectic life and to energize yourself with a peaceful atmosphere, surrounded by beautiful trees.
AryaMarga Yoga Institute holds the certification in Anubhava yoga. This training has intensive course on the lines of the Anuttara yoga lineage. This lineage is called kriya, a technique based on the system of the four yogas, namely Hatha, Mantra, Tantra and Raja. It allows practitioner to experience higher state of consciousness within each of the techniques and practices. The technique however is only effective if the student or practitioner has the right intensity of passion or emotion throughout the practice. The institute uses different types of music, movements, lights and images to help the students reach the particular height of emotion as part of the technique practices for you to become a better yoga practitioner. In addition, AryaMarga Yoga Institute looks forward to having you join them in this well designed course.
Experiential yoga practices lead not only to a profound experience of authentic yoga, its methods and views and it also helps to develop an intuitive understanding of the therapeutic values of the asanas and techniques for the mind and body. This in turn allows the student to move from being one who experiences the power of yoga, to the one who heals and helps develop the bodies and minds of others through the same power.
The total training daily is 8.5 hours. There will be six Sundays from June 1 to July 15. So there will be 39 active days of intensive training.
AryaMarga Yoga Institute is situated at the foothills of Indian Himalayas in the remote town of Bir, Himachal. The picturesque town of Bir offers an enriching experience to people who are looking for authentic learning. Places like Deer Park and Dharmalaya offer traditional wisdom in the field of spirituality, sustainable living and yoga.
Three meals daily will be provided which are organically home-grown foods.
Extra snacks and beverage are not included in the price.
The closest airport to Bir is the Gaggal Airport (DHM), about 30 to 45 minutes south of Dharamshala. Daily flights service is available between Delhi to Dharamshala.
If your flight does manage to reach Gaggal Airport (DHM), you can make the onward journey from there to Bir by bus or taxi.
Bir is about 12 to 14 hours from Delhi by bus. From the Inter-state Bus Terminal (ISBT), take a bus to either Baijnath. There are two overnight buses from Delhi to Baijnath, both of which depart mid-evening and arrive early morning.
Jump on any bus heading for Dharamshala, Kangra, Palampur, Baijnath, Mandi, Manali, or Shimla, and then refer to the notes for Dharamshala and Baijnath below.
Bir is about four or five hours from Dharamshala by bus, depending on the timing of buses and number of connections. There are three ways to travel from Dharamshala to Bir by bus.
There are two daily direct buses to Bir Road/Upper Bir leaving at 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. from the bus station in (lower) Dharamshala. Alternatively, you can take a direct bus from Dharamshala to Baijnath, and from there continue onward to Bir either by local bus or by taxi. If the timing of direct buses to Bir or Baijnath doesn’t work of you, the last-resort options are these: either take a bus to Palampur and change there for any other bus onward to Baijnath or further east, or just hop on any bus heading east from Dharamshala, including those to Jogindernagar, Mandi, Manali, or Shimla, and ask the driver or conductor to drop you off at Bir Road (note: if you get to Chauntra or Jogindernagar, you’ve gone too far). This can take anywhere from three to five hours.
If your bus terminates at Baijnath, you then have the option of traveling the last leg to Bir (20 to 30 minutes) either by bus or by taxi. If you choose to go by bus, there are two options. The most convenient is to take one of the direct buses from Baijnath to Bir (which leave about every half hour or so and go all the way to Upper Bir). Alternatively, you can take any bus heading east from Baijnath (e.g. Jogindernagar, Mandi, Manali, or Shimla) and ask the driver or conductor to drop you off at Bir Road.
The most common way to travel to Bir by train is to take a train from Delhi (or wherever your origin may be) to Pathankot / Chakki Bank (two neighbouring train stations in the Punjab, either of which is fine) and then make the rest of the journey to Bir by bus (6 to 8 hours) or taxi (4 to 5 hours).
It is also possible to go almost all the way to Bir by train if one has considerable patience and/or a profound love for trains. There is a charming little toy train that leaves every morning from Pathankot to Ahju, just 3 kilometers from Bir (below the Bir Road intersection). Most overnight trains from Delhi (when running on time) reach Pathankot approximately an hour before the toy train leaves, so the connection is possible unless your train is from Delhi which is quite late (which, of course, there’s always a possibility, though less likely on Rajdhani and Shatabdhi express trains).
Taxi is the fastest and most convenient way of getting to Bir from Pathankot or Dharamshala, but it is also by far the most expensive and the least eco-friendly, so if you come by car, please consider sharing the ride with others. Details are mentioned below: