Uncovering the layers of yoga requires time, patience and commitment. The ancient wisdom and art of creating union within us, leads us to expanded consciousness and sharp senses. Building up a connection to our inner wisdom and intuitive flow does not only affect our perception, but has a huge impact onto our personal and professional life.
Joining a yoga teacher training in India offers you the all-around-package. You get the opportunity to study the yogic scriptures, learn from authentic masters and dive into the unknown dimensions of yourself, past and present.
Hey guys, my name is Claire and I’m from Lyon, France. Today I want to share with you my experience of studying yoga in India. I completed my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India in January 2019 at Yoga India Foundation in Rishikesh. I still cannot believe what happened and feel really confident about sharing my story with the world.
To begin with, I have always dreamt of doing a yoga teacher training in India, but never felt like it was the right time in my life before one obvious thing happened.
Hatha Yoga – The first step to start your yoga practice Which yoga styles have you tried out or heard of? There is aerial yoga, power yoga, ashtanga yoga, vinyasa flow, aqua yoga, yin yoga, Bikram yoga, and even beer and dog yoga. Just to name a few.
India is the source country of all yoga forms we know today. Yoga has gained extreme popularity in the past decade. The global offer of classes, courses, and retreats is immense. Let’s not forget that yoga was introduced in the Vedic text in India at first more than 5000 years ago. Here, we explain the benefits of your Yoga Teacher Training in India.