Yoga Vidya Mandiram
Yoga Teacher Training School in Rishikesh, India

Yoga Vidya Mandiram is a registered Yoga School centered in the magical Himalayan valley of Rishikesh, India. This is dedicated to restore, explore and impart the purest form of yogic knowledge and its science. Our Yoga School aims to bring forth and maintain the yogic values to their ancient and traditional purity as taught by the yogis of the Himalayan masters. Thus our Yoga School stands a bridge between pure and traditional form and the contemporary format of yoga and meditation learnings. Our deep understanding of the true concepts of yoga and meditation and the ability to interpret it through scientific verification enables us to help people understand its core essence.

Our school promotes irrespective of Caste, Creed or Religion true human values such as peace, kindness, love and service through the teachings of yoga and meditation. Yoga is in its true sense suggests a beautiful and enriching way to connect with each other. We believe that no matter which country we come from, WE WELCOME YOU!



   

School Registration & Certification
Yoga Teacher Training School in Rishikesh, India

Yoga Alliance, USA certified best multi style 200/300/500 hour Hatha & Vinyasa flow Yoga Teacher Training Courses maintaining to their spiritual core are offered at Yoga Vidya Mandiram in Rishikesh, India. These yoga and meditation courses are suitable for the learners of all levels; beginner, intermediate and advance. These Yoga TTC Courses are held under the guidance of experienced, reputed and excellent yoga and meditation guides and the team of accomplished yoga teachers who hold the Yoga Alliance credentials of ERYT 200, and ERYT 500 (experienced registered yoga trainers).



Our Mission

The center is dedicated to restore, explore and impart the purest form of knowledge of Yoga and Meditation to their ancient and traditional purity as taught in the long lineage of the Himalayas by the great yogis. We aim to serve humanity through spiritual re-awakening using our ancient inheritance of the spiritual and philosophical sciences of yoga in general, and Meditation in particular as taught by the great yogis of the Himalayas.

Transformation

Helping people create positive change from the inside out...

  • We honor and encourage all people and the underlying potential for greatness in their lives. Through the practices of yoga and meditation, we teach skills which support each student’s ability to pursue their full potential.

Truthfulness

  • We strive for transparent honesty in our communication with donors, institutions, staff, and students.
  • We conduct ourselves with consistency in word and deed, maintaining integrity and professionalism in all our community interactions.
    Respect and Compassion
  • We encourage non-violent communication, openness, and safety in our classes, compassionately aware of the personal challenges experienced by many of our students.
  • We are respectful of the internal cultures of the institutions in which we serve.

Sustainability

  • We honor the mission of Living Yoga by maintaining administrative systems, policies, and procedures that ensure long-term sustainability of our programs.
  • We encourage the effective and sustained development of human resources by providing meaningful opportunities, extensive training, mentoring, and support.

Service

  • We honor the practice of selfless service, or Karma Yoga, recognizing that the one served and the one serving are both being transformed.

Yoga Education

Education takes place when, the person is open to any new learning experience at any age, time and place with an open mind.

The person who is open to learn Yoga, he has to go through all the stages and learn all the aspects. The Yoga Education is based on four aspects – Bhavas or attitudes: Dharma (Duty and Discipline), Jnana (Knowledge), Vairagya (Detachment) and Aishvarya (Self-realization). These four aspects are related and covered by Astanga Yoga, The Classical Yoga – as Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayam, Pratyahar, Dharna, Dhyan and Samadhi.

The Yama and Niyam: Restraints and Observance cover the Dharma. How to perform once duty and how to live a disciplined life? Asana and Pranayam covers Jnana through awareness and personal practical experiences. Pratyahar and Dharna covers Vairagya. How to detach from the surroundings through controlling the five senses and Dhyan and Samadhi covers Aishvarya, the pure consciousness.

The practice of duties and disciplined life brings awareness. The awareness brings knowledge and wisdom to discriminate good and bad, right and wrong, pure and impure, true and false. So the wise person will easily detach from the things that are not suitable for his personal growth. The virtue of Detachment brings the power of concentration, which, leads to the highest stage of self-realization.

Yoga education takes place much more at sub-conscience level. Your learning experience becomes a life style! It becomes a part of your day-to-day living. Thus the whole process transforms the person from the gross to the subtlest level of experiences and consciousness.

Especial Course
  • Hatha Yoga (Classical)
  • Ashtanga Vinyasa
  • Iyengar Yoga
  • Shatkarma (Clensing Practices)
  • Pranayama & Meditation
  • Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep)
  • Yoga Anatomy & Physiology (Workshops)
  • Kundalini & Chakra
  • Ayurveda
  • Sankhya, Yoga, Vedanta & Tantra Philosophies



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