Ashrams for Yoga In India For A Holistic Wellbeing

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List of Yoga Ashrams in India

Yoga and meditation have been practised since ancient times in India. These not only enhance the physical well-being of an individual but also help in attaining great psychological balance and control. It is recommended that yoga and meditation must be practised in calm and serene environments so that there are no external forces to hamper your concentration. It is quite interesting to find that people are planning yoga vacations for themselves in India, where they can obtain spiritual renewal amidst immense serenity and tranquillity. There are many such yoga ashrams in India, where people can shed off all their stress and anxiety and find a welcome escape from the humdrum of busy life. #YogaSeHoga

Here is the list of 15 Ashrams for Yoga In India For A Holistic Wellbeing

1. Kaivalyadhama Ashram, Lonavala

Kaivalyadhama Ashram is a combination of Healthcare, Yogic educational institute and naturopathy in a single place. The ashram has the College of Yoga and Cultural Synthesis which is an amalgamation of the modern day education system with the traditional yogic sciences. The Ashram was established in 1924 by Swami Kuvalayananda for his scientific research in the yogic arts. Swami Kuvalayananda was also well known as The Yoga Scientist for his research. His works were published in a quarterly known as the Yoga Mimamsa which is continued by the ashram.

Courses
Diploma, Degree, Certificate courses and Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga in India

Website
https://kdham.com/

2. Mysore Mandala Yoga Shala, Mysore

Established in 2001, Mysore Mandala Yoga Shala is a Yoga and Cultural Centre, located in Lakshmipuram, Mysore City, in a Century Old Heritage House. This school of yoga in India mainly imparts Ashtanga Vinyas Yogasana, Mysore Style in a traditional way, as taught by Yogacharyas Krishnamachar and Pattabhi Jois of Mysore.

Website
https://www.ashtanga.org/

3. Phool Chatti Ashram, Rishikesh

Phool Chatti Ashram is a century-old ashram located on the banks of the holy Ganges and surrounded by the magnificent Himalayan mountain ranges. It is located on the pilgrimage route and offers pilgrims a safe and spiritual environment to stop by. It was founded by Shree Devi Dayal Ji Maharaj, and today has all the modern amenities to ensure the guests have a comfortable stay and a highly spiritual experience by doing yoga in India and through their programs.
 
Courses
7-days Beginner & Intermediate Courses

Website
https://www.phoolchattiyoga.com/

4. Omkarananda Ashram, Rishikesh

It is home to Patanjala Yoga Kendra is a centre for yoga in India which was established in 1993. Located in the Muni-ki-Reti area of Rishikesh, it holds a magnificent view next to the holy waters of Ganga. The kind of Yoga that is taught here is Iyengar Yoga which is guided by world-renowned Shri Guruji, B.K.S. Iyengar. Guruji's method is based on the Indian tradition of Yoga which focuses on strength and stamina, flexibility and balance, concentration and meditation. In the ashram, there are lectures given on the Bhagavad Gita, and a daily aarti is performed.

Courses
Drop-in classes for Beginner & General and Intensive Courses (Pre-Registered)

Website
https://www.omkarananda-ashram.org/

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5. Rishikesh Yog Peeth, Rishikesh

Enjoying your yoga vacation at Rishikesh Yog Peeth will not only let you experience the original ashram life where you can practice yoga and meditation in the most tranquil settings, but you can also enjoy other adventurous things on your vacation like trekking, local sightseeing and rafting. Ayurvedic massages are also provided as a part of the vacation package and these massages enhance the blood circulation in the whole body providing an out of the world experience. With these massages, it is possible to reinvigorate the mind and the body. This school of yoga in India at Yog Peeth is registered to Yoga Alliance USA.

Courses
Yoga Retreat, Teachers Training Courses (200,300 & 500 hours)

Website
https://www.rishikeshyogpeeth.com/

6. International Center for Yoga Education and Research (ICYER), Pondicherry

ICYER is a complete traditional ashram which unlike other yoga centres requires strict discipline, routine and devotion towards a yogic living. ICYER follows the gurukul method of teaching till date and the students are required to reside in the ashram living with the guru and his family. The centre believes that total immersion into the yogic living is achieved through the process. The ashram does not offer vacation yoga courses, instead has a residential teacher training course of 6-month duration. The advanced teachers training course of an additional 6 months is provided to the ones who have completed the first 6 months.
 
Courses
6 months Teachers Training Course & 6 months of Advanced Teachers Training Course

Website
http://www.icyer.com/

7. Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore

Isha Yoga Ashram in India is a non-profit and non-religious centre, which has been drawing innumerable people from different parts of the globe for a long time. Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev found the ashram and centre for yoga in India. The introduction to the Isha Yoga Program ranges from a period of 3-7 days along with a rejuvenation retreat or yoga-intensive retreat, which focuses on overall health and well being of an individual. The setting of the yoga centre is incredible at the base of Velliangiri Mountains in Tamil Nadu. The place is at a distance of 18 miles from Coimbatore.
 
Courses
Introductory, Advanced & Teachers Training Programmes

Website
https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/center/isha-yoga-center-coimbatore

8. Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute, Pune

Located in Pune, Maharashtra, Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute is the origin of the Iyengar (Ashtanga) Yoga as taught by Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar. The institute was established in the year 1975 dedicating Smt. Ramamani Iyengar, the wife of Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar. The institute is constructed of 3 floors and has eight columns to represent the eight aspects of Ashtanga yoga. The institute has a library that is an accumulation of about 8000 books of different subjects and languages.

Courses
Beginner, General & Advanced

Website
http://bksiyengar.com/modules/Institut/RIMYI/rimyi.htm

9. Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers & Ashram, Chennai

The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers is named after Swami Sivananda, one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the 20th century and founded by his disciple Swami Vishnudevananda. The non-profit organisation has centres in Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai, Madurai and Delhi and all over the world. The organisation has dedicated programmes like the Sadhana Intensive, Kids Camp, Work/Study Programme, Prison Project and Teachers Training courses and also yoga vacations.
 
Courses
Open Classes, Beginners course, Meditation Course, Special & Private courses, Teachers Training Course and Yoga Vacation

Website
https://sivananda.org.in/chennai/

10. Ashtanga Yoga Institute, Mysore

The Ashtanga Yoga Institute based in the peaceful and tranquil environment of Mysore is a disciplined institute that provides comprehensive courses in Ashtanga Yoga and Hatha Yoga. The institute has 200 hours, 300 hours & yoga vacation programmes which are residential in nature. Two hours of intensive asanas practice followed by two more hours of adjustments & teaching sessions are held every day. All asanas classes are led except on Saturdays when Mysore Style is done allowing students to explore their strengths on their own under the supervision of a teacher. The Yoga Vacation programme fee is 300 USD/week and the fees for other regular courses can be enquired on the official website.

Courses
Yoga Vacation & Teachers Training Courses(200 hours & 300 hours)

Website
http://www.ashtangayogamysore.net/

11. Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram, Kerala

Kerala's Western Ghats have for long been the ideal destination for yoga vacations as well as leisure vacations in India. Spread over a lavish area of 12 acres, the ashram offers immense natural beauty to visitors. Along with the Neyyar Dam, the lush green forests, the coconut groves and the colourful flower gardens present a picturesque sight to vacationers. It is quite understandable that the quiet and serene ambience helps in practising yoga in the perfect manner. People looking to meditate in this yoga ashram in India can do it peacefully as there is no disturbance of any kind in the ashram. Yoga classes are also offered in the ashram where classical Indian yoga techniques are taught in a comfortable and friendly ambience.

Website
https://sivananda.org.in/
 
Courses
Open Classes, Beginners course, Meditation Course, Special & Private courses, Teachers Training Course and Yoga Vacation

12. Ayurveda Yoga Meditation Resort, Coonoor

People looking for Ayurvedic healing usually head towards Ayurveda Yoga Meditation Resort, Coonoor located in the Nilgiri Mountains in South India. The center has a lovely location amidst rich green tea plantations and surrounded on all sides by Eucalyptus forests. The best part about the center is that tailored care programs are offered for individual guests. Holistic treatments are offered for various kinds of problems like hypertension, alcoholism and stress-related disorders. Guests can indulge in various kinds of activities at the center including yoga, organic farming, communal vegetarian meals, volunteer work, meditation etc.

Website
https://www.ayurveda.org/

13. Mahatma Yoga Ashram, Rishikesh - Yoga Ashram in Rishikesh

Rishikesh is one of the ideal places to visit yoga ashrams in India. The serene ambience of the place and the Ganges flowing by presents the most idyllic settings for practising meditation and yoga in India. The total vacation package is designed in such a manner that you are sure to attain inner peace and tranquillity in the best possible manner.` Along with meditation and yoga sessions, various asanas are also taught to people that help in rejuvenating the mind and the body. The food provided is Satvik, and it aims at providing a healthy body and enhances internal strength as well.

Courses
Yoga Retreat, Beginners and Teachers courses.

Website
https://mahatmayoga.org/

14. Sivananda Kutir, Uttarkashi

Located in Netala Uttarkashi, the Sivananda Kutir in the lap of the Himalayas offers perfect settings for practising meditation and yoga at yoga ashrams in India. This yoga ashram in India is situated in a village called Netala, which is at a distance of 8 kms from Uttarkashi. Classical yoga is taught and practised at the kutir and many international travellers visit the place to seek some inner peace and tranquillity. Basically, Sivananda yoga is taught and practised in the kutir. The combination of the mighty Himalayas and the holy Ganges makes this a great place for yoga in India.
 
Courses
Teachers? Training Courses and Sadhana Intensive courses

Website
https://sivananda.org.in/uttarkashi/

15. Ananda in the Himalayas, Narendranagar

Escaping to the Himalayas is a great way of finding respite from the busy city life schedule. Ananda in the Himalayas is a great spa destination in Narendranagar, where yoga and meditation are practised side by side. At Bihar School of Yoga in India, meditation is practised at the spa destination where different forms of yoga and meditation techniques are practised, which help in bringing peace and purification to the mind and the body. The spa offers excellent services to the visitors where their mind and body is rejuvenated. Various kinds of retreat packages are offered at the place with yoga detox, stress management and weight loss programs.

Website
https://www.anandaspa.com/

Have you tried yoga in India? If yes, let us know what you think of it in the comments below!

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