10 Most Famous Yoga Destinations In India

Yoga – A pure way to the serenity of inner soul. Our body requires energy to detoxify the impurities that get absorbed during the course of daily life. These are stress, high life ambition, distressed work life balance, pollution, and unhealthy food habits. Such factors endorse the health in a very dull and unhealthy life. One has to detoxify the adversity of life through food for life – Yoga.

Let us discover most famous yoga destinations in India.

Purple Valley, Assagao, Goa

Purple Valley, Assagao, Goa

This place has the best in class Ashtanga yoga teachers in the country. For the beginners who are given Mysore-style self-practice sessions in the morning and special classes during the afternoon, includes philosophy, yogic living, kirtans and pranayama workshops.

Mysore Krishnamachar Yoga Shala, Mysore, Karnataka

Mysore Krishnamachar Yoga Shala, Mysore, Karnataka

BNS Iyengar, the original student of “super-guru” Krishnamacharya, teaching yoga for the last 38 years.Yoga classes scheduled with Ashtanga yoga asanas, pranayama, kriya, neti and dhauti, meditation and philosophy.

Kaivalyadhama Ashram, Lonavala, Maharashtra

Kaivalyadhama Ashram, Lonavala, Maharashtra

The ashram is situated at Lonavala, a hill station between Mumbai and Pune. This place offers diplomas and fully accredited degrees for yoga teachers. Shorter courses are being offered to both beginners and advanced students.

Bihar School Of Yoga, Munger, Bihar

Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, Bihar

This ashram not only practices yoga, but karma is given priority over asana. Students need to practice seva which includes gardening, kitchen work, and toilet cleaning. Days start with Satsang’s or kirtan. Yoga workshops include Hatha, Raja, Kriya. Yoga Nidra – signature yoga therapy from founder Swami Satyananda Saraswati, is a technique of meditation which lulls the mind into a state of neither awake nor a deep sleep.

Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Centre, Dharamkot, Himachal Pradesh & Arambol, Goa

Sharat Arora, an old student of BKS Iyengar conducts the Yoga classes. Students are advised to complete the compulsory five-day course. Teacher training and specialised courses are designed with advanced yoga therapy, Vipassana, and Ayurveda with Yoga workshop.

Phool Chatti, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

The ashram is constructed on the banks of the river Ganges. The principal is Swami DevSwarupNanda, however, classes are conducted by yoga director Sadhvi Lalitambay.

Mysore Mandala, Mysore, Karnataka

This ashram is regarded as the Mysore’s most stylish yoga in India. Ashtanga yoga is the main focus, however other classes include Hatha, shatkriya, back bending and pranayama taught from the original lessons of yoga sutras.

Omkarananda Patanjali Yoga Kendra, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Situated on the banks of river Ganges of Rishikesh, the ashram delivers only daily drop in class where no registration required. A nine-day intensive course is offered, for which three years of intensive practice of Iyengar Yoga is a prerequisite.

International Center for Yoga Education and Research, Puducherry, TamilNadu

This ashram is the most traditional ashram of India, provides yoga courses through classical style which embraces all eight limbs of Yoga. This ashram is famous for its six- month teacher training course with only 10 students per batch is admitted per year.

The Yoga House, Mumbai, Maharashtra & Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

This ashram is situated near Bandra, Mumbai. Yoga classes are conducted for beginner and advanced, include Hatha Vinyasa, Iyengar and Ashtanga yoga styles.

Regular yoga practice enhances not only a good health but also discover new ways to tackle the unending and ever increasing complexity of life.

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