300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India 300 hour yoga teacher training in rishikesh, India registered with Yoga Alliance, USA, based on Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga organized by affiliated yoga schools of Rishikesh Yog Peeth - RYS 200, 300 & 500.This is an intensive Yoga course designed for Yoga Teachers designated as - ERYT 500. One reason why you would want to do the 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training is simply because you have discovered one layer of Yoga after your 200 hour YTT and would like to know what lies beneath the surface. Yoga is a science that has unending possibilities because the more you scratch the more enlightenment you receive and you realize that it is you who holds the key to living a fulfilled life. The second and more practical aspect for you to take up this course is that you will gain more experience of Yoga so you can become a more experienced and knowledgeable Yoga teacher.

200, 300, 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India

200, 300, 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, IndiaRishikesh Yogpeeth since 2005, offers 200, 300 & 500 hours yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India, registered with the Association of Yoga Teachers and Yoga Schools, Yoga Alliance, USA. Fundamentally, these Courses are compiled by our Yoga Masters as a combination of traditional Concepts with modern perspectives and understandings, which includes practical as well as theoretical aspects of yoga into the consideration. Most of the teaching comes from the roots, Hatha and Ashtanga yoga but explained is such a way, which becomes easily accessible to all, from beginners to advance level. The aim and objective of these yoga teacher training courses primarily to provide a strong foundational understanding of yoga along with the ethics of living a yoga life with correct postural alignment, breath regulation, ways of concentration - meditation and clarity regarding the philosophy of Yogic life.

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Aspiring more and more comforts is not enough

yogaAugust 27, 2017 Aspiring more and more comforts is not enough One of the disadvantages of modern culture is, it is expert in concealing or denying the miseries of the material world. We can surely work on decreasing the miseries as much as possible. But modern culture doesn’t educate people that this material world is a place of misery. Modern civilization promises that things will be alright here itself. By getting a faster internet connection or quicker airline travel, this world is not going to become a paradise. If one believes that then that person is living with a false hope which will never come true.
Providing material comforts and reducing sufferings is not wrong, it’s like a doctor giving the pain killer. But along with pain killer, the doctor also has to give main medicine for the disease. Our disease is that we have forgotten our relationship with God and trying to be happy in this world of miseries without him. We have to work on developing our relationship with God and…

The dark night of the soul

yogaNovember 10, 2017 The dark night of the soulWhat happens if we remove the battery from the battery operated toy? The toy doesn’t work because its source of energy has been removed. Similarly, enthusiasm is the source of energy to act in this world for a special goal. Without enthusiasm, one cannot be successful in any field of activity. A student, a businessman, an artist or anyone else who wants to achieve his goal must be enthusiastic. That special goal on the path of yoga is the attainment of stillness of our thoughts and experiencing the real bliss of atman. Sustained enthusiasm is the key to success on this path. Many practitioners start with a lot of enthusiasm but later find it difficult to pursue the goal of yoga. In the Christian tradition, a spiritual crisis in one’s journey towards perfection is referred to as ‘The dark night of the soul’. Sometimes serious doubts plague even serious practitioners and the ‘dark night’ could last even decades. Whenever this kind of dryne…

Living in the present and also planning for future, is it not a contradiction?

Learning to live in the present,” is one of the goals which a yogi aspires for peace and to chill the mind. When we talk about it, it means, we don’t allow our mind to brood over or lament about the past and also not unnecessarily worrying about future. Most of the people have a challenge for having control over their mind and their mind fall into the trap of lamenting and worrying. These unfortunate people don’t live in presence which is reality and they continue to live in the unreal world. So for such people, it has been advised, again and again, learn to live in now and use yours now in such a way that you will have eternal life, full of bliss and light in future. Asato mā sad gamaya
Tamaso mā jyotir gamaya
Mṛtyormā amṛtam gamaya
Aum śānti śānti śāntiḥ ” (Bṛhadāraṇyaka Upaniṣad 1.3.28) From ignorance, lead me to truth,
From darkness, lead me to light,
From death, lead me to immortality,
Aum peace, peace, peace. If currently, I am not in a good situation then I need to plan to come out o…

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