Enter the gateway to the Himalayas and learn to teach Yoga at our school, where a dedicated team of 8 professional teachers is committed to sharing their knowledge of a time-honoured tradition.
Upcoming Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Rishikesh, India
Nada Yoga School and Naturality offer a comprehensive and unique 200 hour Yoga and Meditation Teacher Training Program in the holy city of Rishikesh on the banks of the sacred river Ganga, surrounded by the foothills of the Himalayas… Learn More
This 200-hour yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh at Nada Yoga School will be conducted by our team of accomplished teachers, including a reputed Ayurvedic doctor and a Nada yogi, who feel privileged to share their knowledge and practice of ancient traditions, while incorporating elements of medical sciences… Learn More
Starting this August 1, 2015, we are delighted to offer a unique nada yoga (the yoga of sound) teacher training as a part of our 200-hour yoga teacher training course. This course will be held at Nada Yoga School, near the banks of river ganges and will be taught by best nada yogi of Rishikesh… Learn More
Nada Yoga School is comprised of a dynamic, experienced team of professional yoga teachers, who have in-depth knowledge encompassing diverse fields of yoga, offering students an initiation (exploration) into full yogic knowledge.
Originating from a devout family conserving the knowledge of Sanskrit and ancient scriptures, Kamal’s yogic education since childhood included learning of the Vedas and other texts. He was inspired from the age of 15 years…read more
Swami Atma Jnanananda Giri is an Homeopathic doctor from Kerala, residing in Rishikesh since 11 years. He learned yoga meditation from Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama ashram, Vedanta (knowledge of Indian Philosophy) from…read more
A native of the Greater Himalayas. With a Master degree in Yoga from the Uttranchal Sanskrit University. The founder of the Nad Yoga School, in Rishikesh. An active participant in yoga and Music Concerts, Seminars…read more
Yogi Buddhi Prakash got his first experience of Samadhi at the age of 7. He had clear visions of a past life in the Himalayas. He completed his higher education from Agra University, obtaining a Master’s degree… read more
Why Learn Yoga in Rishikesh at Nada Yoga School? Because…
We are located in the center of world capital of yoga, Rishikesh, which is also well-known for its ashrams, spiritual energy and a place for attaining higher knowledge of yoga and meditation.
We have fully equipped yoga halls, which include all of the necessary equipment required for a complete and professional yoga practice; Including yoga mats, cushions, wooden bricks, shatkarma props (neti pot, sutra, etc,.), smart screens for visual presentation, sound system, etc,.
In addition to our core staff of professional yoga teachers, we invite experienced and renowned Yoga Teachers to broaden the students understanding.
Students are provided with a Internationally known Yoga Alliance Certification upon completion of the course.
During the course, we create family-like atmosphere, so that the students feel that they are at home.
Students get the opportunity to learn Indian Classical Music, kirtans and bhajans.
Naturally, we provide students with fully vegetarian, natural and healthy food, made in our own modern equipped kitchen. It is very necessary during the yoga course to eat healthy and natural food, to get the full benefit of the yoga practice.
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Benefits of Yoga and How to Cure Diseases?
Doing yoga has many benefits in improving our health as it keeps us away from diseases like headache, fever, flu, asthma, etc., and helps in making us fit, flexible, and fresh for the whole day. In our daily life, we are busy in working for the whole day and forget all about our health. And as a result, we always feel pain, stress, and had chances to fall ill. But practicing yoga once in our daily routine can help reduce and overcome…
About Yoga – Meaning of Yoga and Its Branches
Yoga refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines originating in India. The word yoga is associated with meditative practices in both Buddhism and Hinduism. In Hinduism, it also refers to one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy, and to the goal towards which that school directs its practices. The Sanskrit word yoga has many meanings, and is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj, meaning to control, to yoke or to unite.