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The Eight Types of Pranayama One Needs to Practice

Pranayama, or say the yogic science of breathing offers enormous benefit to the human body and brain. It’s one of the most ancient disciplines practiced in India for attaining peace and self-awareness. Famous Sage Patanjali has also mentioned in his Yoga Sutras about the benefits of Pranayama and how it should be practiced. Researchers and experts of modern science have…

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All About Jivamukti Yoga Origin, Classes, and Training

Jivamukti Yoga, also known as “liberation while living,” is becoming the sole source of enlightenment for many enthusiastic yoga learners around the world. People are feeling the magic it holds. From the development of your physical to mental health, Jivamukti Yoga teaching energizes the life to bring more dynamism and brighten up the future ahead. Unlike, all other yoga practices,…

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The Five Koshas or Layers of Body You Might Not Be Knowing

For better health, happiness, and well being; yoga is essential. Yoga brings metaphysical changes in life. It brings a sense of satisfaction to the body with the practice of a few different postures of Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, hatha yoga, yin yoga, Nidra and more. However, it’s more than addressing the physical body. Yoga ascertains five different layers of body…

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10 Styles of Modern Yoga One Needs to Know

With the growing demand for yoga learning, our elite yoga professionals come up with something new and targeted form of yoga that can reap benefits without wasting any times. Traditionally, it was difficult for international travelers to learn yoga in short course duration due to the vulnerability of visa for a longer period. Even yoga learning was not even exposed…

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All about the Founder of Ashtanga Yoga – Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

Ashtanga Yoga or the eight-limbed yoga, is one of the most sought after courses for yoga learners around the world. It has grown to be the most popular style of yoga; as soon as people realized its benefits in physical and mental well-being. Many yogis and yoginis come to India every year to learn the basic and advanced form of…

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Yog Nidra or Yogic Sleep – An Art of Awakening Your Inner Self

Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on Indian philosophical and religious traditions. It’s an art that awakens yourself by different yoga asanas. Many of us think yoga as learning physical postures and breathe work. However, yoga is more than practicing poses. Anyone who has ever tried yoga will agree that “yog nidra” is an ultimate form of restoration and…

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#5 Things You Should Know About Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Yoga is an age-old practice that has evolved in India since its core sutras were coined some 1700 years ago by the sage Patanjali. The practice became a tradition. Soon, the world realized the importance of yoga teacher training in India and its benefit to the body, mind, and soul. Many of them even tried to learn from sacred books…

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How to Plan Your Travel to Ubud, Bali?

Ubud, in Bali, once known for verdant rice fields, stunning coastlines, healthy food, fresh air, waterfall, and green ecosystem, has grown up into a popular and busy yoga learning destination in the world. A number of international and local yoga learners fly to this Indonesian Island to yoga teacher training in Bali. No other places on earth can provide you…

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Yoga for Beginners: 6 Important Things to Know about Bali Yoga School

Many people wish to become a yoga teacher, but they do not know how to do? When to do? And where to do? As a result of which, many enthusiastic learners give up the idea of learning yoga and becoming a professional instructor in the future. What they don’t know is that several yoga institutions in Bali provide specialized courses…

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Top 20 Reasons to Visit Bali and Do Yoga There

Bali is an exotic Indonesian Island surrounded by azure seas, shiny golden beach, lush green landscape, and historic temples. Bali entwines the truly majestic beauty that can take anyone’s breath away. This place is grounded with some good and positive vibes to keep you coming again and again. The sublime atmosphere creates the perfect atmosphere for learning yoga in Bali.…

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Contact/Timings

Contact info

Address: Village Ghughtayni Talli, Ward No-5, Upper Tapovan, Off Badrinath Road, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249192

Phone: +91-995 867 2399

Email: rishikeshvinyasayogaschool@gmail.com

Timings

Monday – Saturday: 9 AM to 8 PM

Sunday: 10 AM to 3 PM

Reach Us

How to Reach Us?

BY FLIGHT: The nearest airport from Rishikesh is Jolly Grant airport on route to Dehradun, 18 kilometres from here. Indian airlines connect Dehradun to Delhi, some chartered planes also operate from here.

BY ROADS: To commute within Rishikesh there are tongas, taxis and rickshaws available. Whereas from other cities and states buses are operated by state transport corporations and private operators (deluxe, semi deluxe coaches) are available for Rishikesh. Apart from that one can also hire private vehicles to get there.