Mayura Yogshala is one of the best, recognized and registered Hatha Yoga Teacher Training School in Tapovan, Rishikesh, Uttrakhand, India. The practices, techniques and trainings we provide is one of the best in the world. We provide Yoga Teacher Training Courses and Short Yoga Courses according to your needs and demands.
Rishikesh, sometimes nicknamed “Yoga Capital of the World”, has numerous yoga centres that attract tourists. It is believed that meditation in Rishikesh brings one closer to attainment of moksha, as does a dip in the holy river that flows through it.
“Yoga” and “Meditation” have become the most popular sciences for curing Physical, Mental and Emotional Illness and also for achieving Spiritual Strength. Yoga word is derived or come from Sanskrit language “yuj” which means to tie, link or stability. All healing methods and meditations are part and parcel of Yoga. Land of Yoga and Meditation Rishikesh is known world wide as International capital of Yoga and Meditation. Now a day the fame of yoga is growing up in many countries where they teach yoga in the modern form but tourist always come to rishikesh, India where they gain the knowledge of very old yoga and by frequently practice yoga they keep themselves healthy. In Rishikesh, Yoga courses are an expedition into the pits of your yoga practice.
Although Rishikesh is famous for yoga schools, the scope of education in Rishikesh has now been expanded to Ayurveda too. There are many schools in Rishikesh which provide Ayurveda and Yoga teacher training programs. Thousands of students come to Rishikesh to learn and experience Ayurveda, Yoga and Panchkarma in Rishikesh.
So if you want to become one of the best Yoga Trainers in the world so Mayura Yogshala is the best place for you to fulfill your dreams and to move ahead as a yoga teacher.
Also Mayura Yogshala offers Ayurveda Courses at short term and long term basis in holy banks of river Ganga in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India. Our Ayurveda courses contains Panchakarma Treatment and Massage Courses as per the traditional indian approach.