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Best Time to Visit Kerala for Yoga Teacher Training or Yoga Retreats

If you are thinking to delve deeper in the soul-healing world of yoga and make your life more meaningful by serving people as a certified yoga teacher, then set onto the path of a yoga teacher training program. There are numerous destinations in the world to choose for this wonderful journey, but Kerala stands apart because it is full of nature, culture, yoga gurus and Ayurveda.

Known as God’s own country and the motherland of Ayurveda, Kerala is a paradisal coastal state located in the south corner of India. Surrounded by the azure waters of the Arabian Sea and leafy coconut trees, Kerala has been honored as one of the “Ten Paradises of the World” and “50 Places of a lifetime” by the National Geographic Traveler. Stunning sandy beaches, amazing backwaters, swaying palm trees, meandering rivers and canals, frothy waterfalls, rich wildlife, luscious landscapes, spice and tea gardens, the mesmerizing beauty of Kerala can make anyone speechless. However, the weather in Kerala changes dramatically with the season and thus, it is advisable to know the best seasons to visit Kerala to enjoy Yoga and Ayurveda Retreats or Instructor Trainings.

Monsoon (May to September):

During this period, the state of Kerala the most lush green and alluring. Heavy rain, drizzling water adds a fresh look to the entire state. Lush green countryside, flowing rivers, breathtaking views of hills and mountains, Monsoon is certainly one of the best seasons to explore and enjoy the pristine natural beauty of Kerala. Attending a yoga ttc or Yoga and Ayurveda program in Kerala during this span can be a lifetime experience. Get the opportunity to deepen yoga practise or immerse in deep meditative practises in a refreshing environment while enjoying the true magnificence of nature. During free time, you can do a lot to things in Kerala. Enjoy sightseeing at places with astonishing natural beauty like Idukki, Kovalam, and Wayanad. The state has something for everyone. If you are a nature person, Kerala is a bliss to visit during Monsoon.

Kerala has some of the most popular national parks of India such as Periyar National park that remains open during the whole monsoon season. If you are more into culture then do not miss the colorful and vibrant festivals and events conducted during this season that best represent the age-old customs and folk art of Kerala. Witness the celebration of very famous Onam festival and Theyyam festival.

Enjoy the amazing dance performances including the prominent folk dance of Kerala-Kathakali. Also, you can be a part of various games and boat races. Monsoon season is the best time to take Ayurveda classes in Kerala. It is said that during the rainy season, the pores of the skin open and the atmosphere remains dust free and cool, hence Ayurvedic treatment, therapies and its study can be conducted at their best during this season.

Mesmerizing weather, rejuvenating environment, salubrious atmosphere, and beautiful surroundings, attending yoga classes in Kerala during this season is bound to be one of the most blissful experiences of your life.

Winter (November to March)

Another ideal season for taking a yoga teacher training in Kerala or Yoga Retreats is the Winter season. It is also the peak season because of its pleasant and cool weather. Tourists and travellers come during this season to spend their holidays and quality time.

From the enthralling hill stations and mountains to the fascinating beaches, waterfalls, lakes and dazzling backwaters, exploring the beauty of Kerala during the winters is truly a spell-binding experience. A yoga teacher training program in India is intensive. You will sweat a lot while practising the challenging postures. So, it is advisable to do a yoga teacher training in Kerala during winters.

The cool breeze and pleasant temperature of the state during this season will make your yoga practice more delightful. Besides deepening your practice at sandy beaches or meditating in the foggy hills, there are lot of activities one can do on their yoga teacher training during winters. Enjoy the breathtaking views from the famous view points at hill stations. Take a stroll at the crystal clear beaches, lay back along the fascinating sands.

Play with water and dance to the rhythm of falling water in the waterfalls. Enjoy cruising in the dream like houseboats along the backwaters or just simply watch and observe the wonders of nature by paying a visit to destinations like Kottayam, Alleppey, Varkala, Kozhikode, Thekkady and more.

You can find attractive travel packages for Kerala in winters which is undoubtedly an ideal time to head for an ideal holiday or yoga retreats in Kerala.

So, plan a yoga teacher training in Kerala or a yoga retreat in Kerala or any wellness holiday during these wonderful seasons and gift yourself a holistic and splendid yogic experience in India.