Rishikesh Yog Peeth, India - Rys 200, Rys 300

Rishikesh Yog Peeth, a yoga school registered with Yoga Alliance, offers the following residential yoga programs in India based on traditional style of hatha yoga throughout the year:

Rishikesh Yog Peeth: RYS 200, RYS 300

200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India

- 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India

- 500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India

- Yoga Retreats in India

- Yoga Courses for Beginners in India

Established in 2006, Rishikesh Yog Peeth is a non-profit organization registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act 1860. Its main aim is to spread the awareness of holistic living with the help of Vedic wisdom in the form of Yoga, Meditation and Ayurvedic practices.

Our core team at Rishikesh Yog Peeth comprises of yogis who are firmly rooted in tradition yet contemporary in their vision & communication. Our strength lies in distilling the essence of ancient yogic wisdom into clear and simple teachings that can be easily understood and applied. The continuing support and repeat visits from our students is a heartening proof of the effectiveness of this approach.

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  • Marina Boshnakova   June 08, 2015

      An amazing experience!

    I wasn't sure what to expect when I came to do the teacher training course - I was worried that everyone would be "better" at yoga than me, know more about philosophy or that there would be a lot of work on the course but once we started all my worries fell away. The structure of the 6 week course gives you a bit more time to digest all of the information, but as with many things, it's entirely up to you how much you do. As Roshan our teacher told us, we were only getting the headings but the teaching style is very approachable and all the concepts are introduced in a way that relates to the life of the average person - very different from the yogic philosophy explanations that leave you wondering what is going on! All in all, most people get what they want to out of the course and I wouldn't (and don't!) hesitate to recommend it. I loved my stay at RYP - everyone who works here has an amazing heart and is always there and happy to help. The rooms are comfortable and clean, the food is pretty good and the location is second to none for me. It's a quiet enough area that you're not in the midst of traveller traffic while a the same time close enough to a couple of other places to eat and also to the river. I'll definitely be returning!


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