Pokhara, Nepal, July 25, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The reservoir of yoga comes straight to the land of beauty, Nepal at the hands of renowned Indian Yogis from Rishikul Yogshala. Hailing from the motherland of yoga, Rishikesh, these teachers are here as heralds of the new age of yoga, but with traditional yoga practices. Rishikul Yogshala is conducting yet another 200 hour yoga teacher training in Nepal
in the month of September 2016 and this time they promise one month of fun filled yoga sessions, invigorating meditation experiences and transforming pranayama classes. All this will be conducted as per the standards of Yoga Alliance, USA and Yoga Alliance International.
The school has been in the yoga fraternity for more than 7 years and has become one of the highest reviewed yoga schools in India. The effective teaching methodology of the teachers is commendable and the school reports to have many repeated students coming for advance courses or other yoga retreats. Rishikul Yogshala is headquartered in the yoga capital of the world, Rishikesh but has its reach all across the Indian peninsula along with other countries like Thailand, South Africa, Vietnam and Nepal. All the teachers working for the school are motivated by the cause of spreading wellness and dream to empower each & every human being to take care of themselves & their family without depending on the modern medicine.200 hour yoga teacher training in Nepal
is a perfect outlet for not only those who wish to become certified yoga teachers but it also great for people who are looking to learn the intricacies of yoga and use it for their personal skills. This month long course will journey through different subjects, which will include physical knowledge like hatha and ashtanga yoga asanas, pranayama and dhayana (postures, breath work & meditation) whereas practical knowledge would be imparted as well. Ashtanga yoga primary series, Hatha Yoga primary series, introduction to Kundalini Yoga and Ayurvedic detoxification techniques will become an integral part of the learning whereas human anatomy and yoga philosophy will take the student into the depth of yogic learning. Informing the students about how body is affected by the poses, the alignment & adjustment classes will bring out a sound yogi who knows how to practice safely. The teachers will throw light upon the teaching methodologies on an everyday basis.
This informative course will be undertaken at Hotel Tulsi, a perfect location at the splendid town of Pokhara, Nepal. Standing tall amidst the Annapurna Range, Hotel Tulsi has been the hub from where Rishikul Yogshala functions and creates competent yoga teachers from Nepal. The hotel has 35 rooms & suites with a beautiful open spaces rigged with greenery. The practitioners can experience a blast of fresh air coming from the open lake near by whereas the view of the Annapurna Range is yet another reason for students to feel excited at the hotel. The rooms are offered on an individual or sharing basis with Free Wi-Fi services. Also, the Ayurvedic chefs prepare the food, which includes three meals everyday made of oriental herbs and spices. The menu is decided by keeping in mind the health of the budding yogis.
Nepal is the town of natural beauty and mountainous terrain. Many travelers and yogi come to this part of the world to understand themselves either by way of trekking, yoga or both. The place is soulful and nurtures the yogi in anyone as the quiet terrain offers perfect scenery for the inner work. The clear blue sky and star laden nights are a treat to the eyes and acts as soul’s food. The yogis have a host of places to explore apart from the short excursions that the school conducts. Whether you are an adventurer or a shopaholic, you will find something or the other interesting the green valleys of Pokhara.
If you love adventures there are many options for you like paragliding, kayaking, zip line adventures etc.
For further details please contact: +91 706 006 0954 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: https://www.rishikulyogshala.org