A healthy mind resides in a healthy body, similarly a great practitioner nurtures & blooms in an apt atmosphere. Believing in this psychology, Rishikul Yogshala chooses the destinations keeping in mind the requirements of a yoga teacher training course. Spread all across the map of India, each and every location is visited by the management staff and the teachers to ensure the aptness of the place, as the place determines the kind of environment available to our students. A perfectionist approach is undertaken not just in the case of the place but the chefs and cooks as well for preparing meals. A good meal leads to a smooth functioning of the body and this is exactly what we want for our students at every step.


The capital city of yoga is the headquarter for Rishikul Yogshala’s yogic dreams. Set in Jonk Village ( also known as yoga village) , the school invite souls looking for surreal experience in the lap of Himalayas. The colossal setting of the ashram ensures a room for every seeking heart while the spacious yoga hall and underground meditation hall allows dedicated & silent practice without any distractions.


Tucked on the cliffs of Varkala, Rishikul Yogshala’s ashram is perched on the heights offering the magnanimous view of the beach and coconut trees from Fortingall Sea Resort. A colonial setting in yellow and white, the hotel is a serene location for yoga teacher training course. The sound of the shore at end and seagull on the morning is refreshing and relaxing.


We have picked Pokhara for practice of yoga for yoga teacher training course in Nepal. Hotel Tulsi, located at the touristy spot, overlooks the Annapurna Range and Lakeside, bestowing a calm effect on the onlooker. The big yoga hall, roof top mess, open green gardens and spa services, the list Is endless when the student sets foot at our location in Nepal.


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