Taking another step into its journey, Rishikul Yogshala has spread its essence to the heart of India with Yoga Training program in Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh. Recognized as the land where the manifestations of Shiva and Shakti unfold, undergoing a yoga teacher training program in its divine lap is a consecrated experience waiting to be discovered.
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course Certified by the Yoga Alliance
7th Jan (2018) to 4th Feb
7th Feb (2018) to 4th March
7th March (2018) to 4th April
Yogi Ashram, Khajuraho, India
1650 USD single Room or 1850 USD shared Room
**Include accommodation, food and excursion
Secure your spot with a 200 USD deposit via our payment page
Why Yoga Teacher Training in Khajuraho?
One of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in India, Khajuraho is more than eminent for its Nagara style of temples religiously sculpted with beautiful art of erotica. Being the one of the prominent domiciles of traditional legacy and spirituality, the place offers a quaint and inspiring ambience for the yoga and meditation enthusiasts.
With that being said, Khajuiraho appeared as one of the most obvious choice of destinations for conducting enlightening Yoga Training programs in the historic embrace of India that is a symbolic of love, beauty, perfection, art and spirituality.
Few Highlights Of The 200 Hour Yoga TTC in Khajuraho
Regardless of yogic experience, age or demographic, a 200 Hour YTTC in Khajuraho is for everyone who is a seeker of knowledge, wisdom and the divine. If you share intense passion for yoga and its mystical gifts then you can take the ideal step in your journey with this unique program. Here are some of the highlights of this course:
Teaching And Practice of Ashtanga Vinayasa, Hatha Yoga and Tantra Yoga
Mantra and Yoga Ethics
Learning to Control the Prana (Or Breath) for Achieving Balance and Unlocking Power Source of the Body
Teachings of the most traditional and purest forms of yoga primarily Ashtanga Vinayasa and Hatha Yoga. These two styles of yoga mark the origin of yogic practices.
Ever since, several styles have emerged from these very forms. Study of these two ancient styles puts you on the pedestal of achieving the science with traditional authenticity and originality.
Understanding the art of self-healing through Laughter Yoga Therapy. A contemporary technique based on scientifically proven theory that psychological effects of induced laughter are akin to a spontaneous one, Laughter Yoga has gain tremendous recognition across the globe.
Easy to imbibe, this art can be performed by everyone irrespective of age or body types and, so it is recognized as one of the best methods for delivering a soul into a more blissful state.
Study of Human Anatomy and its effects on yoga practice. The body science requires intense understanding of each and every limb and element that make up a human body.
In order to imbibe and further teach the art with perfection, it is imperative to study various elements of Human Anatomy for the ideal observation of yogic theory into a rightful practice.
Understanding Ayurveda and how it affects every person. Ayurveda, the most ancient medical science that utilizes blend of natural ingredients and organic therapy for healing the most rigorous ailments is something every yogi is advised to understand and imbibe in order to become a well-developed yoga practitioner and teacher.
Reaching mental oneness & peace with intense meditation practices. Meditation is a primary element of a quality yoga program as it opens internal communication linkages through which the mind, body and soul unite. The practice also aids in mental upheaval and physical rejuvenation so the practitioner can reap more intense benefits from the program.
Solving everyday mental & physical disorders.
Yoga Philosophy in context of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Healing by way of yoga. Learn the art of physical and mental healing practices through various yoga techniques, breath work, meditation practices and more.
Learning modules on how to conduct classes. Becoming a yoga teacher requires practice and demonstrations, guidance from senior teachers just as much as receiving education about the practices of the majestic art form. During this segment, you get the opportunity to conduct and undergo practical demonstrations on conducting yoga classes in the most efficient manner.
Self Practice of all the lessons learnt during the sessions. Self-practice is more than crucial for deeper understanding of the art. Conducted under the guidance of yoga teachers, self-practice forms a major core of the curriculum as it aids in analysis and further improvisation.
Tantra Yoga Teacher Training In India
Along with focusing on Hath and Ashtanga Yoga, our 200 Hour Yoga program in Khajuraho also includes the teachings and practices of the Tantra Yoga science.
What is Tantra Yoga?
Expanding the knowledge of yoga to dig deeper into the soul and its existence, Tantra Yoga symbolizes an expansion of the bond we share with the self and the one we love. Tantra implies ‘expansion or weave’ of the threads of a soul for deeper connection with the much unexplored traits of our existence.
During the sessions of Tantra Yoga, the students explore and intensify the connection with their inner self through to reach the state of self-realization through various sessions and workshop. The yoga helps them develop the ability to establish stronger relationship with themselves and their partners.
Contrary to several misinterpretations about this art being the act of sexual reserves, prohibitions and self control, this science is much distinct than that. Tantra Yoga is about finding the pathway to an enhanced sexual life by forming a soulful connection with the partner. It is about forming a more meaningful and blissful connection with the self.
The creation is built upon two opposing principles – the Shiva who is the holder of immense power and also symbolic of being static, at rest, and the Shakti that denotes movement, energy, creativity. When these two energies combine, this is when a form becomes celestially complete. While the attainment of this relationship is cumbersome, nearly unattainable, it can be awakened and formed through intense practice of Tantra Yoga and Meditation.
Even though a part of the limbs of yoga, Tantra Yoga distinguishes itself from the rest as it combines methods of Ayurveda, Astrology, Gemology, etc.
Through the practice and learning of various postures dedicated to the style of Tantra Yoga, the yogis experience unparalleled mystic of a completely unique style of yoga. The postures studied in Tantra Yoga fuses elements from the limbs of yoga namely, Raja, Bhakti, Karma, Kundalini, and Hatha yoga. During the Tantra Yoga sessions, you get acquainted with the understanding and practice of the key postures used in Tantra science that help you bring closer to yourself.
What is Tantra Meditation in India?
The science of Tantra Yoga is a powerful union of asana (posture), mantra chanting, mudra, bandha (energy lock) and chakra (energy center) that is applied to its full potential through distinctive meditation techniques.
During the process of Tantra meditation, you get introduced to various stages which eventually lead towards contentment and eternal bliss within the self and with the one you share life with.
While the commencement stage is about analysis of the self for realization of the inner being, it progresses towards intense concentration on the prana (or breath) to delve into deeper and more intense state of meditation. During the later stage, you get introduced to various tantric techniques that take you towards eventual salvation.
Hari Om Prakash Dabhekar
Hari Om Prakash Dabhekar is from Pune (Maharashtra) and certified from Kevlya Dham Yoga Institute, Pune. After completing his education at Kevyla Dham Yoga, he joined BKS Iyengar Guruji Yoga Institution in Pune in 2001 to deepen his asana practice and anatomy, which is the foundation of yoga.
He claims that taking asanas classes under Prashantji and Geetaji has been the main source of his knowledge and understanding of yoga. This is where he also learnt how to use props to reach final pose. He still goes to Iyengar Institute for self practice and to focus on anatomy and physical science.
After years of yogic experience, he has written new and timely 1st Edition on yoga postures and its benefits tiltled ‘Yoga for Healthy Living’. He is one of best teachers of yoga. He has a vast knowledge of therapeutic yoga which he acquired from Iyengar Institute, Pune. He has been associated with school ever since.
Yogi Shailesh Sharma
Yogi Shailesh Sharma is co-founder and director of Mystical Yoga Centre in Khajuraho. With energetic passion, love and joy, our teacher Yogi Shailesh Sharma has been sharing the Hatha and Tantra healing technology. He dedicated his life to yoga practice since the very beginning of his aim. As a teacher, he is always prepared to give students exactly what he or she needs at any given time.
This has led him to learn as much as possible about different meditation techniques, healing techniques and philosophical approaches. He studied at the Iyengar Yoga Institute for five years and received direct guidance from Yogi Ramprakash Sharma.
Dr.Yogi Naresh Nath. Phd
Founder of the Mystical Yoga Centre, Dr. Nareshnath Yogi has studied masters and PhD. in Natha and Tantra yoga from Dr. Hari Singh Gaur University Sagar, India. He studied under the guidance of famous Balyogi Umesh Nathji from Ujjain. He started his job career as Assistant professor in Jodhpur and presented many research papers in national and international seminars and conferences and published a book on yoga named ‘Secrets of Natha Yoga’.
He came to Khajuraho in 2011. A dramatic change happened in his life when he was meditating at night in Tantric 64 Shakti Yogini Temple. This is where he first got a glimpse of Divine Mother. As a result, he left his job and decided to stay in Khajuraho in order to dig deeper and to share his living experience with the seekers.
Facilities For Yoga Teacher Training in Khajuraho
Our ashram is located in the meditative ambiance of Khajuraho in a quiet, secluded place overlooking a river stream surrounded by acres of lush green land. The yogis are provided with clean, spacious rooms facilitated with all the basic amenities for a comfortable and homely stay.
There are beautifully decked areas specific to different activities - yoga hall for practice and learning, open corridors with seating arrangements, a divine garden space for friendly interactions and tea breaks, and a pool area for water activities. Meditate and deepen your practice by the river stream or find solace under the shadow of a flourishing tree here.
All the participants are provided with wholesome Vedic meals three times a day. With the aim to nourish the mind, body and soul of our students, the food is prepared with Ayurveda herbs and ingredients from fresh produce only.
Things To Do in Khajuraho
Being a symbolic of sculpted art, Khajuraho has always been an eminent destination for tourists, archeologists and explorers. The village of Khajuraho that is located approximately 395 kms from southeast of Agra, is surrounded by landscape of mountains named Chatarpur, lakes, waterfalls and several nature bodies and places displaying regal art and architecture. With over 22 globally acclaimed temples that are famous for their refined architecture and laudatory artistic style, Khajuraho has its assets on the UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986, the most famous being – The Kandariya Mahadeva Temple, The Lakshmana Temple and the Devi Jagadambi Temple.
Khajuraho is a one-stop destination for all travelers of varied taste. Those who are mused by the art and culture can explore the cultural gifts of Khajuraho like forts, palaces, temples and museums. Those who seek adventure can explore lakes, waterfalls, national parks and sanctuaries. And, those who wish to embark on a quiet escapade can find solitude in the tranquil ambiance of Khajuraho.
Check out a few examples of the greatest places you can explore during your stay in Khajuraho:
Famous for its unique display of Bundelkhandi artifacts and sculptures of Shakti cult, Dhubela Musuem is located at 57 kms from Khajuraho. The museum also has a magnificent display of traditional costumes, paintings and art works, ammunition, etc.
Benisagar and Ranguan Lakes
Those who enjoy delightful boat rides and colorful picnic in the bountiful lap of nature can visit these lakes for a perfect day out. Lake Ranguan is at a distance of 25 kms from Khajuraho while Lake Benisagar is approximately 11 kms. You can also spend a quiet evening and night enjoying the beautiful landscape that engulfs the Ranguan Lake.
The fort was the historic capital of Chandelas during the most tumultuous times. Situated at a height of roughly 688 m, the fort is at a distance of 80 kms from the village of Khajuraho.
Ken Gharial Sanctuary
This place is specifically for the reptile lovers. Located 24 kms from Khajuraho, the sanctuary is home to different species of crocodiles and alligators (Gharial). It is strongly advisable that you maintain a safe distance from these nature’s children in order to avoid any mishap.
The Raneh Falls are eminent for the magnificent rock formations on the River Ken. Located 20 kms from Khajuraho, the place has a number of waterfalls in the surrounding area which make it an ideal excursion spot.
The 150-year old Rajgarh Palace can be visited approximately 25 kms from the village of Khajuraho. Situated at the foothills of Maniyagarh hills, the palace is carved in Bundela style architecture and, is also known as Khajuraho Fort.
Located just a few kms from Raneh Falls and approximately 30 kms from Khajuraho, the Pandava Waterfalls are believed to be the pristine hermitage of Pandavas during the tenure of their exile. There are prominent traces and evidence that express some of the shreds of the legend of Mahabharata.
Panna National Park
Abode to some of the most precarious and magnificent wildlife such as Leopards, Cheetahs, Wild Boars, etc., the Panna National Park is only half an hour drive from Khajuraho. The ideal time to visit this park is between October to May.
How To Reach The Ashram in Khajuraho
Arrival by Airplane: Yogi Ashram is located just 5 kms from Khajuraho airport. There are daily flights from Delhi,Varanasi and Agra. The taxi will cost you INR 300 to the Ashram.
Arrival by Train: Yogi Ashram is located just 10 kms from the railway station. There are daily trains from Delhi, Agra, Bhopal, Jhansi and Varanasi. The taxi will cost you INR 400 to the Ashram.
Arrival by Bus: Yogi Ashram is located 1 km from the bus stand. There are regular buses from Delhi, Bhopal and Jhansi. A taxi would cost you around INR 100 to the Ashram.
Arrival by Cab: You can also avail the option of taking a direct taxi from Delhi Airport to Yogi Ashram in Khajuraho. It would cost around INR 10000.
Upon successful completion of 200 Hour YTTC program in Khajuraho, you can continue with the yogic expedition as a skilled yogi and an evolved being and, as someone who takes back home the most rewarding experience of a lifetime. Here are some of the primary benefits of the YTTC in Khajuraho:
Accreditation to teach yoga and spirituality on a global level.
Status of an excellent yoga practitioner and teacher.
Training experience and knowledge in unique styles of yoga. Explore and undergo the most versatile mystics of this majestic science. . The divine opportunity to form a deeper connection with your inner self and your soulmate. . The prospect to get acquainted with fellow yogis, form binding links with honored yoga teachers and gurus. .
Training experience and knowledge in unique styles of yoga.
Explore and undergo the most versatile mystics of this majestic science. .
The divine opportunity to form a deeper connection with your inner self and your soulmate. .
The prospect to get acquainted with fellow yogis, form binding links with honored yoga teachers and gurus. .