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Join this Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher training in India! This course will provide you with the necessary knowledge, skills, and insight to become an influential yoga teacher. Bindusar Yoga School takes pride of being an authentic yoga school from Rishikesh with an international experience of teaching more than 5,000 hours of courses in Europe. The experience of teaching in the West has shaped their courses and teaching methodology and also makes it easily accessible to international students.
You will be accommodated at the Bindusar Yoga Ashram where you can choose from staying in a private room or a shared double room.
Students who complete their subsequent trainings are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
This yoga teacher training is able to provide a solid foundation for those who are seeking to explore the true gifts of yoga and share it with others. Bindusar Yoga School is an experienced faculty that is committed to provide an open and inspiring education in the field of yoga and Ayurveda, while allowing you to uncover your true interests and potential within the yogic path.
Asanas: detailed explanation and practice of Asanas from Hatha yoga. The Asanas are explained in detail to understand their core lying physical, psychological, and spiritual aspect. A strong and technically aligned practice of 120 hours.
Asanas included in first level course are: Tadasana, Vrksasana, Utkatasana, Utthita Trikonasana, Parivrtta Trikonasana, Utthita Parsavkonasana, Virabhadrasana I, Virabhadrasana II, Parsvottanasana, Chaturanga dandasana, Dandasana, Vajrayana, Sukhasana, Padmasana, Siddhasana, Padangusthasana, Prasarita Padottanasana I, Prasarita, Padottanasana II, Prasarita Padottanasana III, and Prasarita Padottanasana IV.
It also includes Adhomukha Svanasana, Vashisthasana I, Sarvanga asana I, II, III, Hala asana, Supta Padangusthasana A, Supta Padangusthasana B, Bhujangasana basic, Dhanurasana basic, Udharva Mukha Dhanurasana / Chakra asana, Bakasana, Hanumanasana, Sirsasana, Paschimottanasana, Purvouttanasana, Matsyasana, Marichyasana I and III, Ustrasana, and Shavasana.
Pranayamas: all the major six pranayamas and their detail role in human conscious development. Prana and upa prana, tejas, and ojas.
Bandhas and Mudras: all the major Mudras and Bandhas includes the application of Uddiyana, Moolabandha, and Jalandhara Bandha.
Shatkarmas: the cleaning techniques from Hatha yoga and Gherand Samhita are done to bring graceful effects of yoga. The Shatkarmas included are Neti, Kunjal, Nauli, Kapalabhatti, and Trataka
In addition to the following points, the common aliments and their cure are also discussed.
Every week, a theoretical written or oral test will be conducted to assess the understanding of yoga. The final exam will contain written and practical evaluation. The practical exam contains:
Mukesh has been teaching yoga since 2002. His teaching includes the style of Hatha yoga and modification of it like Ashtanga Vinyasa, Iyengar, and Tantra yoga. His courses also include the study of classical texts like Patanjali Yoga Sutra, Upanishads, and Yogini Tantra. His classes are dynamic and static practices of asanas, pranayama, Mudra, and Bandhas with the in-depth knowledge of Ashtanga yoga in the form of philosophy, psychology, and mysticism.
Sushil Kothari is a certified Ashtanga, Hatha, and Therapeutic yoga instructor, a Rishikesh native, and one of six yoga teachers in his immediate family. He practiced his first asana when he was eight years old and by the age of 18, he wanted to guide others in yoga practice. Sushil began teaching in 2003 and has since taught more than 1,000 students. He specializes in developing students’ strength, flexibility, and alignment through individual attention and subtle hands-on adjustments. He also teaches Nidra yoga, meditation, and pranayama.
Umesh Sharma is a yoga instructor at Bindusar Yoga School.
Sandeep Uniyal is a yoga instructor at Bindusar Yoga School.
This retreat will take place in Bindusar Yoga Ashram, West Luxmanjhoola, Rishikesh. Situated on the bank of Ganges, Rishikesh is one of the holiest pilgrimage places in India. For thousands of years, it has been chosen retreat of saints, sages, and pilgrims who, after retiring from worldly involvement, pursued a solitary life of study, meditation, and austerity. Bindusar Yoga Ashram is situated in Rishikesh, near all the major pilgrimage places to Uttarakhand. Located as it is, between the swiftly-flowing yet the serene Ganges and the foothills of the Himalayas, it is an ideal and tranquil setting for spiritual practice.
Bindusar Yoga School has an Ayurvedic approach towards the course and the participants. That is the reason why the course, also, includes learning of Ayurveda. The food and eating rituals will be inspired from Ayurveda in a form of dosha balancing daily meals.
Jolly Grant Airport
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Indira Gandhi International Airport
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Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL).
From there, you can take a domestic flight to arrive at Dehradun Airport (DED), which is the nearest airport to Rishikesh, approximately only 35 kilometers away. Popular carriers like Air India, Spice Jet, and Jet Airways often have daily flights from New Delhi. Apart from Delhi, there is a flight from Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (LKO) to Dehradun, as well.
Once you reach the airport, you can opt for regular taxi or bus service, which is easily available, from Dehradun to Rishikesh.
Being a popular tourist destination, Rishikesh has a good network of buses connecting it with important places such as Haridwar, Dehradun, and New Delhi. Buses depart in the morning and late evening from the Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminus (Kashmere Gate ISBT), New Delhi, for Rishikesh every day. You can also choose from a regular, deluxe, or a luxurious coach.
Once you arrive at Rishikesh bus station, find an auto rickshaw (tuk-tuk) to take you to Laxman Jhula bridge. An auto rickshaw ride will cost you around 40 INR shared from the bus station to Laxman Jhula bridge. It will drop you near or around a path that has a sign leading you to Laxman Jhula.
The nearest railhead to Rishikesh is in Haridwar, which is approximately 25 kilometers away. Haridwar, in turn, is linked to major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, and Varanasi. Some of the popular trains are Shatabadi Express, Jan Shatabdi, AC Special Express, and Mussoorie Express. For those making the journey to Rishikesh, it is advisable to take the train until Haridwar and then either take a bus or hire a taxi to Rishikesh. While the bus would take you about 45 minutes, the taxi will take you to Rishikesh in about half an hour.
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