Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School is devoted to spreading the knowledge of yoga, Ayurveda, and acupressure. They provide one of the best and affordable yoga teacher training courses in the world.
Yoga Teacher Training (3)
Yoga Alliance USA
Yogi Yashpal was born in very holy place of Rishikesh and is the founding director of Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School. He is a gold medalist and multiple medal winner in numerous state, national, and international yoga championship events. He has been teaching for five years and is a master of primary series of Ashtanga-style Vinyasa flow yoga. He has an excellent knowledge of Vinyasa Flow style yoga. He is a registered yoga teacher (RYT) from Yoga Alliance USA. Yogi has a masters degree in yoga science from Uttarakhand Sanskrit University in Haridwar.
Sarvottam is a yogi and meditation master at Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School. He is the senior director of marketing and a spiritual meditation instructor at the school and also a founding member of Meditation School Rishikesh - Shree Mahesh Heritage. His spiritual pathway onto wellness career started in 2006 after getting involved with the Art of Living Foundation. After continuously experiencing and sharing his yogic knowledge of the wellness world, he finally started his teaching in 2014 and continues to share his knowledge with disciples worldwide.
As a yoga philosophy, therapy, and Indian Vedic history teacher, Mahesh is a master in yoga, specializing in yogic science philosophy. By profession as a yoga instructor, he is currently pursuing a PhD in Ayurveda yoga from Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya, Haridwar. As a specialist in Marma therapy, acupuncture, and Ayurveda body evaluation, he has been teaching yogic philosophy and treating local patients. He has been awarded a gold medal during his yogic career and has a master of science and PhD degrees in Yoga.
Yogi Rajesh has been living with holy and saintly people since his childhood. He was brought up in a place where spirituality is the home atmosphere. He is an expert in Hatha, Kundalini, and Mudra yoga, and Mantra Chanting. Yogi is currently pursuing a Master of Science Yoga Degree from Uttarakhand Sanskrit University in Haridwar.
Ajay has been contributing his sincere service of teaching yogic anatomy of the body at Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School since May of 2015. He has a Masters Degree in human biology, yogic treatment, and physiology. In addition to teaching at the yoga school, he has been rendering his services as a volunteer to the Indian National Kids Academy as an anatomy instructor. His core philosophy involves teaching and helping students to develop their inner body strength control & maintain their physical postures.
from United States, November 2018
The teachers for Vinyasa (Deepraj) and Ashtanga (Ram Negi) teachers were fantastic ... superb
Also the philosophy (Mohit) and (Saajan) meditation were phenomenal
from Ireland, October 2017
"The best experience!"
I had such an incredible experience at this school. The expertise and knowledge that the teachers instill in their students has left me feeling fully equipped and confident to teach yoga. The small class sizes means you get the individual attention you need to advance your own practice whilst learning how to take this knowledge home and apply it to your own teaching practice. The classes are hard but amazing, the perfect balance for pushing yourself whilst learning at the same time!
from Belgium, July 2017
from Australia, October 2018
"Beautiful 100YTT Experience in Rishikesh"
The quality of the training and instruction from teachers was amazing. It felt like I was part of a family during my 100 YTT. Every class was a delight. The food provided as also incredible and healthy - definitely adequate for the amount of vinyasa yoga and ashtanga that we were doing. I have never felt more physically fit after the two weeks I spent at RVYS. You develop a deeper appreciation for the philosophy of yoga and learn about a new meditation technique almost every day.
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Coming here was one of best decisions of my life – no doubt in that!
When I decided to come Rishikesh and take 200 hours Astanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow Teacher Course, my friends in Estonia were happy but a bit worried too. “Will you get really what you dream about?”, they asked. And hoped that I will.
Now I can say that I got 1000% more I hoped!
From first moment this course was challenging -either mentally and physically. I learned how to push myself out from comfort zone and give myself more stretch…more stretch….some moooooooooooore stretch, more strength, more flexibility – with loooooooots of sweating..and enjoying it! ☺ It taught me to get to know borders of my body and also the fact that there are no borders. But you cannot learn these things without friendly and very professional support from best teachers. That’s what our teachers were ☺. Whatever we did in Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga Yoga class and tested how far can we go, I felt all the time: nothing bad can happen with our spines, wrists or knees because we are in really good hands. It was good feeling and I would really devote to giving that feel to my yoga pupils in the future.
The course really turned me to a yoga trainer. Inexperienced and “green” yoga trainer but definitely trainer. It didn’t only teach how to do asanas yourself but also how to help others with asanas – how to correct others, different variations of asanas – for those who can’t do harder variant. It taught how to help and be with every person who may come to my own training class in the future. Thank you, Rajesh! And thank you,Yashpal!!! And thank you for not being only super-good teachers but also persons with warmest and caring soul!
The course was really like good yoga-shower within only a month: we were really taken “to roots of yoga” as much as possible with that short time. Thank you, Satpal, for trying to make us understand such huge and deep topic as yoga philosophy within only a month! You really gave us clear stair-steps to put our legs on – when we start climbing ourselves.
Meditation class was always one of biggest day-makers. As soon as Vicky entered to the class, the room was full of smiley sunshine. He made us chant mantras, he made us sing, he made us clapping our hands and laugh but at the same time he very professionally gave more understanding about different forms of meditation and meaning of meditation itself. Thank you,Vicky !
For me our anatomy teacher Ajay is a real “miracle-man”. There are over 600 muscles in a human body, there are bones in our bodies, nerves and ligaments and joints aaaand… . How to give 9 people orientation in all of that stuff! But what Ajay did? He just didn’t let us chance NOT to understand how our body works when making asanas: when and which and why different muscles are working and which way. How we use our bones and how they support us in different postures. He didn’t give us bunch of terms in in Latin language to study and know by heart the day after tomorrow. No! He made the topic logical and made us really understand the thing. And he also gave us so many useful tips about taking care our whole health , eating habits, drinking habits, sitting habits. It all helps us to become a better yoga trainer – I really feel it! And within all of that intensive and large topic Ajay always found warm heart and good humor for us. Thank you for that!
Thank you, teachers, for also introducing us Rishikesh! For taking us to different places in that beautiful holy town! Thank to Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School for really comfortable and cozy accommodation – it has become real Home! And to our chief – my stomach will never ever forget you!