Join the 300-hour residential Hatha yoga teacher training course in Yoga City Rishikesh, India with Shivatattva Yoga School registered with Yoga Alliance International! Yoga is an ancient and perfect science. Shivatattva Yoga School conducts 300-hour residential yoga teacher training in India based on traditional style of Hatha yoga blended with supreme Ayurvedic massage.
The rooms of the Hotel Brijwasi Palace have an elegant and stylist decor. Classy furniture with all modern facilities is provided for your luxury and comforts. Each room has cable TV and telephone, and baths with running hot and cold water. The rooms with their open balconies overlook the Ganga. If there is anything else you require, just ring the 24-hour room service, the staff is always at your service. The beautiful surroundings of the hotel are backed by facilities which every traveler will want.
Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word Yuj which means to unite or to join. People generally think that yoga is a series of exercises with twisted body poses, it is not so. The main aim of yoga is to help one connect with ones inner spirit, which is connected to the universal spirit or God. Yoga creates a balance between the body and the mind and to attain self-enlightenment.
Certification: RYT 500 - Yoga Alliance International
Eligibility: 200-hour yoga teacher training from a yoga school registered with Yoga Alliance. The course will be conducted in English, so you should be able to speak, read, and write in English. Applicants should be between 18 to 60 years old at the time of admission, and provide a medical certificate if they are undergoing any treatments.
Rishikesh is located in the northern part of Uttarakhand. Rishikesh has been the centre of spiritual and religious activities since ancient times. This place situated on the right bank of the river Ganga is surrounded on all sides by beautiful hills. Rishikesh is the gateway for pilgrimage to Badrinath and Kedarnath. Rishikesh is also referred as the yoga capital of the world and it houses a number of ashrams offering yoga and meditation courses.
This famous pilgrimage spot is also noted for its traditional and cultural performances, exotic cuisine and many other enriching unique factors which fascinates the tourists coming here giving them a wonderful experience. Its serene and holy atmosphere inspires the pilgrims with pious thoughts. It is around Rishikesh where sages, seers or the rishis and munis in ancient times practiced severe penance and meditation. Rishikesh is also an interesting place for those who adventure as passion for in recent times; it is developing as a place of adventure tourism like white water rafting.
Three daily vegetarian meals and two teas are included in the price.
In your free time, you can go trekking, rafting, shopping at the Open Air Art Gallery, or simply enjoying the Indian culinary experience.
The Rajaji National Park sprawls over an area of 820.42 square kilometers along the foothills of Shivalik ranges. The Rajaji National Park was established in the year 1983 by amalgamating three wildlife sanctuaries namely Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla. The Rajaji National Park is rich in fossils which include both flora and fauna, thus giving a lot of opportunities to wildlife and nature lovers.
This newly constructed building is famous for its attractive paintings and statues from the Hindu mythology. It is situated just across from Lakshman Jhula.
One can find numerous temples here, while the beautiful statues in the area mesmerize the visitors. This place is also rich in eating joints and shops where one can do shopping.
This temple of Goddess Durga is situated on a hill at a distance of 25 kilometers. On foot it is 0,5 kilometers away from Narendranagar township and at a distance 0,3 kilometers from the Hindolakhal bus station. There is a road for jeeps and taxis to reach the temple from this place. Panoramic views of the Rishikesh valley and the snow-clad Himalayan peaks can be seen.
Crossing Lakshman Jhula, the main temple you will see is Kailash Niketan. The temple is a 13-storey structure slightly different from regular temples, and with sculptures of all the gods and goddesses.
This place is 12 kilometers away from Rishikesh on foot but by road it is at a distance of 38 kilometers.The legend has it that after taking poison found as a result of churning the ocean, God Shankar's troat turned blue and that is why the God Neelkanth was installed here. The devotees visit this place throughout the year but during the whole month of Shravan the temple is thronged by tourists and devotees alike.
There is also another suspension bridge across the Ganga which is known as Ram or Sivananda Jhula. Ram jhula is located three kilometres (1.9 miles) north of Rishikesh at Muni Ki Reti. Some of the Hindu ashrams and religious centers, like "The Gita Bhawan" and "Swarg Ashram", are located here.
Ram Jhula is also a connecting bridge between Swargadham, Gita Bhawan, and other temples with Sivananda Ashram. Though similar in design, this bridge is bigger than Lakshman Jhula. It has a span of 450 feet (140 meters) and it rises 59 feet (18 meters) above summer water level.
This Jhula is built over Ganga enroute from Rishikesh to Devprayag, at a distance of four kilometers from Rishikesh. The bridge connects the borders of Tehri and Pauri. The legend has it that Ram Chandraji's younger brother, Lakshman, performed penance here. After his name, this hanging bridge came to be known as Lakshman Jhoola.
A grand temple of Lakshman is situated in the vicinity of the bridge. There are many temples nearby which are worth seeing. You can cross the Ganges over this bridge that has become a landmark of Rishikesh. It is said that Lakshman crossed Ganges on jute ropes between the place where this bridge is built. A similar bridge near Lakshman Jhula is Ram Jhula.
Three Ayurvedic massages and a Shatkarma cleansing kit are included in the price of this course.
Please book your flight to arrive at Dehradun Airport (DED). Shiva Tattva Yoga can pick you up upon request.
Rishikesh is connected by rail via Haridwar (24 kilometers) to Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Lucknow, Varanasi, Dehradun, and other cities.