Adhiroha, one of the best Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, is nestled within the beautiful forest lands, with stunning view of the mountain range and only minutes away from the holy river Ganges, our ashram provides a sublime setting for the practice of yoga and meditation, in an environment that is idyllic, serene and perfectly aligned with mother nature. Adhiroha is dedicated to “Lord Shiva” and is a sanctuary of peace and harmony with colourful flowers and plants dotting our simple and aesthetically pleasing grounds. Yoga is a way of life and it does not comprise of just physical asanas as perceived by many, but is also inclusive of thoughts, food and one’s interaction with its environment and how it applies to daily life, so that one derives the true potential of better living as an individual and furthermore contributes towards a healthy society. At our Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, the practical applications of yogic ideals in daily life include the simple philosophies behind the techniques of yoga that contributes to better living which acts as illuminating guidance for your inner transformation journey.
At our Yoga school in Rishikesh, you learn and develop the skills to teach yoga asana, gain sound knowledge about the classical yoga tradition, and at the same time deepen your spiritual practice and renew yourself with profound inner transformation. Our course will help you to inculcate and establish a firm foundation of discipline that promotes physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth and build a strong base from which to teach others naturally and with confidence.
Adhiroha Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh offers three, four and eight week intensive residential course. Our students live in a traditional Gurukul ashram where they get to closely interact with our experienced and dedicated teachers and staff who themselves are immersed in the yogic lifestyle. Based on the ancient teaching lineage of Guru-Sishya Sampradaya - passed down from guru to disciple through thousands of years our curriculum is extensive and covers both theory and practical sessions.
Ayurvedic vegetarian diet, daily practice of yoga and meditation, whilst living amidst nature promotes a very conducive learning environment for yoga practitioners. Graduates from our Yoga Teacher Training school in Rishikesh receive internationally recognized certification by the US Yoga Alliance.
21 days residential Yoga Teacher Training course for those who would like to deepen their knowledge and experience in all aspects of yoga which includes pranayama, asanas, meditation, philosophy and anatomy.
200 hour Yoga Teachers Training course is specifically designed for novice/beginners to intermediate level yoga practitioners who aspire to become yoga teachers or go deep into practice, get confident and get certified.
28 days residential Yoga Teacher Training course includes more and more advanced and intense teaching sessions which will lead you to an exceptional understanding of the program.
300 hour yoga teachers training course is for those who have already completed 200-hour YTTC and are looking forward to enhance their teaching skills or who wish to enrich their practical or theoretical knowledge or the best way for reintroduction to yoga teaching. This course is specifically designed for intermediate to advanced level yoga practitioners.
58 days residential Yoga Teacher Training course will develop yoga teaching abilities, professional skills and complement yourself in this yogic journey by evolving physically and spiritually.
500 hour Yoga teachers training course is a combination of 200 hour and 300 hour YTTC and covers the full spectrum of US yoga alliance certified training in one go.
Alignment means arrangement in a straight line or in correct relative positions.Alignment in yoga asanas describe the precise way to do any given pose in order to maximise its benefits and minimise the risk of injury by moving the body parts in tandem with each other. Where as adjustment is the way to correct a practitioners posture. While doing Yoga asanas having good alignment keeps the joints in their proper position and produce optimal muscle performance and in addition, it helps prevent the spine, joints, and muscles from getting into awkward angles and positions. That’s the reason why in a yoga class one often hear the words “lengthen your spine” or “tuck your tail bone in”. No two persons would achieve the same asanas in the exact same way, the trainees will understand how far they can go with the movement of their joints while performing asanas which will also help in join stabilisation.
Yamas and Niyamas : ethical principles to guide us about how we relate to other people and how we take care of ourselves. These are restraints for Proper Conduct as given in the Veda. Yamas are the social restrains and the Niyamas are the self discipline precepts. They are a form of moral imperatives, commandments, rules or goals. Together, Yamas and Niyamas are personal obligations to live well. The Five Yamas as per Yoga sutras are Ahimsa (non-violence) Satya (Truthfulness), Astheya (non-coveting) Aparigraha (not-avarice or non-possessiveness) Brahmacharya (Chastity, marital fidelity, celibacy) The Five Niyamas as per Patanjali Yogasutras Saucha (purity, clearness of mind, speech and body) Santosha (contentment, acceptance of others and of one's circumstances as they are, optimism for self) Tapas (austerity, self-discipline, persistent meditation, perseverance) Svādhyāya (study of self, self-reflection, introspection of self's thoughts, speeches and actions) Ishvarapraṇidhāna (contemplation of the Ishvara, attunement to the supreme consciousness) Egalitarian view and approach : Yoga is a way of life which is based on and advocates an egalitarian approach and secular spirituality. Yoga doesn’t discriminate any one based on colour, cast, creed, orientation, sex, religion, faith.
Very few yoga training programs go beyond reviewing the traditional precautions for asanas in safety instruction. Teacher, therapists and studio owners enter their communities without adequate safety systems in place which leave their students, themselves and their teachers vulnerable to accidents and avoidable harming” are the words of wisdom by Dr. Matthew J. Taylor. We at Adhiroha believe in safe and secure environment to teach, learn, practice yoga. We not only include safety measures in our day to day life and work but also educate our students about the importance of it so that they can take these learnings with them and incorporate them in their own practice and business. Our teachers training course also educate our trainees about the importance of liability insurance for yoga teachers and businesses which are designed especially for yoga professionals.
Yagna or Havan is more accurately a "votive ritual”. The fire is the agent, and the
offerings include those that are material and symbolic such as grains, ghee, milk, incense
and seeds. It is rooted in the Vedic culture and was adopted in ancient times and practiced
across India to Central Asia.
Adhiroha is built on a land where exists ancient Ram Mandir (temple) and adding to it we maintain and perform Nitya Agnihotra or Nitya Yajna/Homa (votive ritual, Maintenance of a perpetual or sacred fire), an everyday fire ceremony consisting oblations to consecrated fire owing to which, as you step inside the gates of Adhiroha you will immediately experience a sense of peace enveloping you and feel strong positive vibration and spiritual ambiance.
Adhiroha is blessed with a flowing natural mountain spring water brook which cascades down the rocks into a 60 feet long water body/ Kund and rushing out joining the other end of the brook all inside our idyllic premises. This mountain spring water comes from the top of the hills flowing through the hills mineral rich soil and beautiful flora and fauna which gives the water its rich mineral quality and benefits. During your stay at Adhiroha, living in close proximity to the natural water body/Kund, one encounters a blissful meditative experience. The sound of the flowing water compliments the symphony of nature. Listening to the sound of the water and allowing it to pass over you puts you in the moment. Water metaphors Emotional and Physical wellness. Living near a water body leads to improved sense of physical/Mental health and induces a flood of neuro chemicals that promote wellness, increase blood flow to brain and heart leading to meditative state that makes us happier, healthier, calmer, relaxed and creative. It is said that more than 70% of earth is covered in water and 70% of human body is made up of water due to which a deep biological connection triggers immediate response in our brains when we are near water.
At Adhiroha the Ayurveda-based deliciously light, nutritious and well balanced vegetarian menu is built around local produce and ingredients. Our local markets provide much of the food that’s cooked daily and we ensure that only the freshest ingredients prepared with much love and care land on your plate. We know how tough it is to go gluten-free or Lactose-free. That's why we provide our students with dietary restrictions (gluten and lactose free) food! You may even find them even better than the gluten versions.
Our residential quarters are sanitized, clean and spacious with modern amenities and en-suite bathroom. All our rooms open to a common patio with mountains and lush green forest view. The meditative sound of the flowing brook will lull you to sleep in the nights and peacefully envelop your auditory senses during the day. With good storage options, ample ventilation and comfortable bedding, our guest rooms provide the ideal setting for your tranquil retreat.
The Safety of our students is of paramount importance to us and to ensure they reach us safe and sound we provide around the clock pickup facilities with no extra charge making sure they reach us without any hassle.
There are numerous cultural and geographical attractions in and around Rishikesh which one can explore on a leisure day and learn about the yogic cultures and traditions whilst enjoying themselves. Adventure sports enthusiast can try activities like river rafting, bungee jumping and rock climbing, trekking. For shopaholics and anyone who enjoys a stroll around can circumventing Ram and Lakshman Jhula, taste local food in various cafes and buy mementoes to take back home.
Our Ashram is a single site green and eco-friendly campus, where we use sustainable alternate energy, conservation and harvesting of natural water and recycling of biodegradable waste. Intentionally designed to honor nature, with eco-friendly infrastructure and innovative architecture we are proud to say that Adhiroha is a one of its kind yoga school. We strive to provide the best of the facilities to ours students whether it is Accommodation, Food, Teaching or recreational activities. Whether it’s a practice session, yoga class, satsang or small meeting of people with share interest Adhiroha welcomes all to indulge in the inspirational, peaceful and joyous energies of the space.
Book your flight to INDRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT- NEW DELHI – Airport Code is DEL.
Book domestic flights from Delhi International Airport (DEL) to Dehradun Airport (Jolly Grant Airport) – Airport Code is DED. The distance between Dehradun Airport and our ashram is 20 Kms. The journey is about a 45-minute taxi ride.
An alternate mode of transportation from Delhi to Rishikesh is Bus. Take a cab from Delhi airport to Delhi ISBT Bus station, from there frequent public and private bus services are available to Rishikesh bus station. The distance between Rishikesh bus station to our ashram is 7 Km. The journey is about 15 minutes.
Another mode of transportation is Train. Rishikesh which is well-connected to other stations. The distance to our ashram from Rishikesh railway station is 7 Kms. The journey is about 20 minutes.
We provide around the clock pick-up facility for every individual student at no extra cost from Dehradun Airport/Rishikesh Bus Station/Rishikesh Railway Station.
“I attended the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course at Adhiroha Yoga School in Rishikesh which was very useful in acquiring new teacher skills and expertise. Besides the intensive practice of asanas, kriyas, and pranayama, I really liked the theoretical and philosophical understanding of the ancient yoga science that the course provided. The meditation practices were also extremely helpful in expanding and raising consciousness. It’s a very upbeat yoga environment and the focus seems to be more on feeling great and advancing your practice. The quality of education is excellent. I really appreciated how the teachers not only explained the the physical and health benefits of yoga are and how to incorporate them into our daily lives. The premises, residential quarters, shala and classrooms are extremely clean and focused on yoga education. I will definitely be back for 300 Hour course with Adhiroha Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh.”
“ The school building is beautiful and the entrance to the property is amazing. It is impossible to find a peaceful place like Adhiroha Yoga school in Rishikesh. It was a fantastic learning experience. The anatomy and philosophy classes were very informative, Asana and alignment teaching ensured correct and safe practice, pranayama, meditation, and mantra classes helped me immensely in connecting with my inner-self. I feel confident to teach yoga and overall I am so glad that I did 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course from Adhiroha. The staff is exceptionally courteous and helpful. The rooms are very spacious and clean, lovely balcony with a beautiful view of the mountains and well- maintained property. They serve very clean and delicious yogic food. Over all the best Yoga Teacher Training school in Rishikesh.”
“ I am very happy that I took this 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course. It has been one of the most memorable and transformational experiences of my life. The yoga school is situated in the middle of the lush green mountains. The constant sound of flowing water really helps with sound sleep. When it comes to education and learning experience, to start with I had many breakthroughs in my asana abilities. The course is very intensive and provided in- depth knowledge of yoga. The teachers have all been very dedicated, kind and extremely knowledgeable. Before attending Adhiroha Teachers training course, I was practicing some basic asana postures and wanted to learn more. Just seeing the way the teacher explained postures and alignments assured me that I’m at the right place. Philosophy sessions were the icing on the cake, incorporated in their teachings about how to lead a yogic life. Overall I feel grateful to have had this opportunity to attend the Yoga Teacher Training Course at Adhiroha. From my personal experience, I’d say Adhiroha is definitely one of the best yoga school in Rishikesh for yoga education.”
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