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Namaste! Welcome to SadaShiv Yoga

SadaShiv Yoga is a traditional yoga teacher training School which offers Yoga Alliance certified  200 Hours  Yoga Teacher’s Training (Hatha Yoga).

SadaShiv Yoga is situated in a peaceful place, just two minutes walk from the holy Pushkar Lake. The holy city of Pushkar, located in Ajmer district of Rajasthan, is one of the five sacred dhams or pilgrimage sites for devout Hindus. It is believed that Lord Brahma created the sacred Pushkar Lake, the king of all pilgrimage sites in India.

SadaShiv Yoga provides an ideal environment to learn or study yoga in the land of its origin, from a passionate, versatile and authentic Indian teacher with more than ten years of international teaching experience. This life-changing, three week long programme provides its students with an internationally valid Yoga Alliance accredited Hatha Yoga 200 Hrs teaching certificate. Here, emphasis will be laid on an overall development of the students.

Approach

Our learning system offers you a unique programme to progress your practice effectively.

200 Hours Teachers Training

The course is designed as a life-skills course taking yoga beyond physical practice of asana.

Accommodation

Yogi Kutia (hut) – Stay under the state-of-the-art huts at lovely location "Pushkar".

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07
JUL
2017
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Why One Should Study Yoga In India

India is where yoga was invented, or one should say, where it developed. Thousands upon thousands of years ago. Although the official age of yoga is around 5,000 years, sages, sadhus, gurus – whatever you will – were practising the vedic arts long before yoga was being studied as a philosophy and being handed down in written form or through extortionately priced classes. What were the Celts – later, as the British, to be colonisers of India – doing around the same time?! Certainly not transcending their anna maya koshas (physical body) and reaching higher states of consciousness.

Coming to India to get your yoga teacher training certification (or simply to take a week or two off for a yoga retreat) makes sense. You are learning from the source. You will live and breathe yoga here. You will see it in practice in everyday life, from Hindu rituals, the way Indians practise their religion and how these philosophic principles permeate their mind sets, and hence, their actions. You won’t get any of this in a yoga training course in London or New York with the shudder of the underground carrying through the walls and the frenetic energy outside ready to meet and greet you after a deep Savasana.

The economic factor is a huge incentive to come to India. Approx. $1000 will get you all the tuition, accommodation and food (not to mention a family, love and home away from home) in India. The same cost in USA or UK will not even cover the course, let alone your rent, food and day to day dealings.

More important than escaping the sound of traffic, but coming to India will allow you to escape your ingrained habits, mindset, responsibilities, worries and tensions that come with your home territory. It will also give you respite from all the pleasurable distractions that might make motivating yourself to get up at 6 am for asana practice that much harder.

Dedicating four to six weeks to yourself and your yoga practice will let you immerse yourself fully into the course without the added burdens of errands and chores. And believe me, 6 weeks of twice daily asana practice, meditation and confronting your inner self will unearth enough to keep you busy in contemplation.

Studying yoga in India is an excellent excuse to take time off work and explore one of Earth’s most vibrant, happy, colourful and welcoming countries in the world. It is a place of exciting change – in culture, not just GDP. The western influence in its major cities a glorious contrast to rural life outside them. India also has some of the most riotous religious festivals that involve fireworks, blowing up colossal statues and having paint fights.

Being abroad opens you up to new ways of thinking, perceiving and acting: exactly what yoga is trying to do. One of the best places to study yoga in India is Rishikesh where one can easily find a good yoga teacher, an ashram or a yoga school like Rishikesh Yog Peeth which offers 200 hour residential hatha yoga teacher training programs and yoga instructor courses (YTT, YTTC, TTC) registered with Yoga Alliance, yoga courses for beginners and yoga retreats in India.

07
JUL
2017
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9 Important Tips for Choosing Any Yoga Teacher Training Course

If you’re a yoga teacher, you’re probably thinking of which professional development courses to do in 2016. We all need those more points to help us grow as instructors, but how do you choose which course is right for you?

Here are some sound tips for choosing the right professional yoga training that will nourish both you and your learners in 2016 and beyond.

1. Follow your heart

Whatever you choose, your heart must be in it. Learning yoga tricks may be a worthy challenge, but if you fight with ‘languages’ and don’t enjoy the sessions, it’s not helping you or your learners. Choose something you love.

2. Check for Authorization

Not all courses are recognized by professional yoga associations. Ensure that the yoga training you do in 2016 is an approved course.

3. Don’t eat off more than you can chew

Make sure you have enough time and money to complete your recommended course. If you’re training under too much stress, you’ll end up just feeling pressured, and you may even drop out.

4. Who is your teacher (and who are their teachers)?

Some yoga classes are run by lately approved instructors. And some of them qualified with instructors who only have a year or two years of the encounter than they do. Do some research and be sure you’re working with instructors who have knowledge and encounter.

5. What do your learners need?

Are there a lot of older people in your classes? Do you often teach athletes? Have you got learners with accidents regularly? Are you working with teens? Different learners have different needs, so up-skill in places that will be most useful to your learners (it’ll be more fulfilling for you too!)

6. Get an exercise that suits your life

While it would be awesome to go off on a week-long intense training, that might not be realistic if you have a young kid. In the same way, a seven days class might be a good move if you’re traveling a long way. Think about the location, duration and transportation problems and match your course to your way of life and commitments.

7. Where are you going?

Do you long to open your yoga studio? Would you like to do more one-to-one and personal yoga classes? Are you eager to get into the business arena? Do you wish of having yoga trips in exotic places? Choose a course and instructors who mirror your goals – make sure your learning leads you to the direction you most wish.

8. Teach to learn

Whatever you teach, make sure you start using what you learn immediately. Don’t keep hoarding knowledge with the intention of using it later. Do the training, get out there and educate it, then invest some time analyzing how you’re performing (it’s best to do this with your mentor or teacher).

9. Ask Lots of Questions

If there is anything you’re not sure about, ask the advisor. Do not make assumptions (particularly when there is a lot of ‘yoga-speak’ involved). Explain every point to make sure you know what you’re registering for.

Because there are many different types of yoga practices, it is simple for anyone to start. The focus is to explore your limits. It is one of the best ways to get in tune with your body as well as your inner self. If you have any questions about the Yoga Teacher Training programs, please do not think twice to contact us here.

05
JUL
2017
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Choosing A Place For Yoga Teacher Training Course

After you have made up your mind to do your yoga teacher training, the next thing that comes to mind is where to actually go to. This can be really challenging due to the fact that there are a lot of training centers spread across the world, and that is why one has to be careful, in order not to waste his or her resources. Before you make your final decision, here are some basic things you might want to consider.

Timing and schedule

To be very sincere, most of us are so much occupied with a lot of activities and even when we decide to go for yoga teacher training course, it can be very challenging. This is the fact but it still boils down to how busy you are and how tight your schedules are. A lot of us at some point in time might have planned to go for a yoga training but may get discouraged due to time factor. You can go for a 1 month plan or for an extended period of 6 months. It all depends on what works best for you, whether you go for a one month training or six, it all depends on your achievements at the end of the day.

Instructors

When searching different schools, the first thing you notice about the instructors is that you can have at least two or three in a class. It doesn’t really matter, trust me. Some students may like to work close with their teachers. Having just a few teachers guide you throughout the process can provide that for you. In any event that you do not like a particular teacher, it might be a bad experience for you; it may even decrease your motivation. But the bottom line is that having close connections with your instructors, whether they are much or not depends on your personality. Most yoga teachers are free and would be glad to work with you, so that you can actualize your goal.

Styles

One very important thing you discover about most schools is that they teach a particular style of yoga or a particular lineage of yoga. Some students may just want to have a general knowledge about yoga. It all depends on individual choices. There are lots of benefits of being trained in a particular style or lineage though. This can make teaching very easy and understandable in the beginning, as a result of the sequencing alignment which is very direct.

Class Time

In accordance with the Yoga Alliances standards, the time allocated for basic certification course in yoga is 200 hours. 20 hours can be considered as non-contract hours, which included time for homework, self-practice without a training instructor. There are different programs out there, so when going for a yoga teacher training course, choose the best that will give you the most for your investment.

Affordability

This might be the last thing we are talking about, but it is also very important. Yoga teacher training programs are basically not free of charge. There are different schools that offers affordable teacher training courses that suits your budget. Find one, so that you don’t get frustrated at the end of the day.

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