Our Vision

What we impart is the vision of Rishis {Yogis}, the sages of yore. Teachings of which have been handed over by our Rishis {Yogis}, through centuries of Guru-disciple lineage. Self- discovery and freedom is the ultimate goal.

About our Teaching

Though we stand for traditional style and vision of teaching yoga, yet we have incorporated B.K.S. Iyengar ,Sivananda and Pattabi jois styles into our teaching, Having being influenced a lot by BKS Iyenger the use of props are incorporated into asana practice to ensure correct posture and alignment. Apart from asana perfection using props, our emphasis is on the regulation of breath and focus of your mind. Every asana is used as a tool to guide you to gain your natural meditative state. This will help you focus your awareness in more meaningful ways which will deepen your practice. If your intention is to become a yoga teacher your you will become very confident with sequencing, the guiding principles of focusing and breath movement and a very comprehensive knowledge of all eight limbs of yoga as presented by Maharishi Patanjali in the yoga sutras through our philosophical classes and different type of meditative sessions.

We consider the practice of Ayurvedic living as very important and should be combined with yoga to compliment the benefits of yoga. We have incorporated quite a lot of teachings on the science Ayuveda. So you will be able to have a much greater understanding of the science and can share this with others.

This course is designed for those who are interested in deepening their current yoga practice, advanced students and aspiring teachers of all ages.

In addition to these, we have music and Bhajans at the time of Satsang and other creative self-healing sessions.

Throughout the course there will be some inspirational guest yoga teachers, teaching our morning Yoga session which will give you more experience of different teaching styles.


Meditate. Live purely. Be quiet. Do your work with excellence. Like the moon, come out from behind the clouds! Shine – Buddha.



Meditation is a practice of concentrated focus upon a sound, object, visualization, the breath, movement, or attention itself in order to increase awareness of the present moment, reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance personal and spiritual growth.

Akhilesh will teach forms of osho´s dynamic meditation as he has practiced extensively at the Osho meditation center. Dynamic meditation can be very powerful in evoking different emotions and connecting deeper with oneself.


Yoga Teacher Training (200 hrs) Schedule & Dates 2013 & 2014





09th Feb to 8th Mar 2014

The Whispering lake,

1500 Euros

Booking Open

6th april to 12 april 2014

Yoga Nikatan Ashram Rishikesh

250 Euros

Booking Open

04th May to 2nd June 2014


1100 Euros

Booking Open

06th June to 16th July 2014


1700 Euros

Booking Open

16th Nov to 14th Dec 2014


1600 Euros

Booking Open

11th Oct to 15th Oct 2014


1100 Euros

Booking Open

3rd March to 30th March 2015


1100 Euros

Booking Open


Note -

1. Course fee includes Reading material food and accommodation.
2. For Non Residential facility, please contact us.

For Ones Who Can Come For Two Weeks Only

“YTTC Sneak Preview”

Get an intense real yogic experience in two weeks !

If you would like to know how the “real yogic life” feels but you cannot come to India for one full month to join the Yoga Teachers Training Course, the “YTTC Sneak Preview” might be right for you!
Is is your choice if you would simply like to experience the depth of such a training and intense Yoga practice or to decide if you would like to train as a Yoga teacher later on.

We offer you the chance to join us for the first two weeks of the Yoga Teacher Training Course.
You will participate in all the classes and lectures the students do during the days of the training.

In that case you will experience an intense Sadhana practice and learn many things from the curriculum. You will not receive any certificate after two weeks of course, but you are guaranteed to get a deep yogic experience.
Participation in the full program is mandatory to not disturb the rhythm of the trainees and to secure your own concentration.
This way you can find out if an intense Sadhana practice suits you and make further plans from there.
If you decide to stay on to complete the training we will try to make arrangements according to the availability of accommodation.


Prana is the breath, yama here is control. Deliberately you walk the prana in differently modified ways scripted by the scriptures. prana and mind are closely connected or putting it the other way around your breath and emotions work in tandem. Our emotions are formed by a particular way of thinking. The uninitiated can have no say over this habitual thinking.


When you are under the spell of a storm, any amount of analysis won’t rescue you immediately from the situation. You can have an immediate relief on working on your prana-breath. In a period of emotional disturbance your pranic activity becomes imbalanced and you can become tense, anxious and even experience feelings of helplessness. By controlled breathing in specified ways, one can bring back the breath and re-balance the body and mind to a more relaxed and calmer state.

It can also vitalize your immune system. It can keep you away from diseases and prepare your mind for meditation.

We teach you different types of pranayama enabling you to experience and teach a large variety of practices.

Puja (Prayer)

Prayer is a method in which you are invoking subtle energy forces to remove your obstacles to achieve the desired goal. We make a Sankalpa {resolution} and offer obligation to the fire or a deity, also in form of recitation of the Mantra.

All the forms are symbols of energy. We invoke a particular energy in a particular form, whether it’s Shiva or Shakti. We learn the meaning of symbol of Indian culture.

You cannot always control what goes on outside. But you can always control what goes on inside.


Content of the Yoga Teacher Training Course (200 Hrs)

  1. Yogasanas teachings from different style (Iyengar, Ashtanga,sivananda)
  2. Advance Asanas and kriyas from the Hatha Yoga Tradition.
  3. Pranayama – Different Types of Pranayama (such as nadi shodhan, ujjai,Bhramari, Bhastricka etc.)
  4. Mudras – 10 Types of Mudras (Psychic Gestures as explained in Hatha Yoga Pradipika (including Mahamudra, Mahabandha, Mahavedha, Uddiyanbandh, Jalandharbandha, Moolabandha, VipritKarani, Khechari)
  5. Trataka (concentrated gazing involving candle flame Trataka)
  6. Kapalbhati (Frontal Lobe cleansing}
  7. Meditation – Chakra Meditation, Kundalini Meditation, Guided meditation from Vedas and other types of Dynamic
  8. meditations (from OSHO)
  9. Yoga Nidra – Psychic sleep
  10. Ayurveda and Human Anatomy
  11. Patanjali Yoga Sutra
  12. Vedanta and Bhagvat Gita
  13. Vedic chanting

How to apply for Yoga Teacher Training

1.Complete the online application form

2.Registration fee Euro 250 is required to secure your space which is a non–refundable and non- transferable deposit. The balance amount should be paid before the starting day of the course.

3.You can pay by, credit card, (via Pay pal with a 5% fee) bank wire transfer, money order or in Indian currency.

4.For Euros and other currency we go by the currency rate from www.xe.com

5.Swift code and bank account number will be given once you want to enroll yourself for course. Please be sure to add your name when you deposit the fee.


Important Information

Visa Reminder

We have students having signed up for the course canceling the trip, for they couldn’t get visa in time. You must apply for Visa 4 to 6 weeks before the date of travel.

A few tips:

• Google for your country’s Indian Embassy website to know the duration it takes to get a visa

• Tourist visa is easy to get. Write the reason as ‘Vacation’ while filling the tourist visa application

• Google gives you all information on travel insurance and health together if you are traveling for the first time to India.

• If vaccination is necessary for some nationals (rules change), please do it before at least 6 weeks from the date of your travel to India.


From the landing date on India make sure your passport is valid at least for 6 months, if not, consult the nearest Embassy or consulate. Please bring 2 copies of your passport and visa.

When to arrive ?

We prefer you to be here a couple of days in advance to get acclimatized with the environment. If not the evening before the course starts.

All participants are requested to come the day before the course starts.

We will start our first day of the course at 10 am with fire rituals. We end our course with distribution of certificates with traditional prayer before lunch.

When to depart ?

We will be having a certification ceremony on the last day before lunch with traditional puja. You can either leave on that night or stay till 12 o’ clock next day without any extra payment. If you want to stay further that can be discussed and arranged suiting your convenience.

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Transport from airport

To organize a taxi (if required) you need to e-mail the details at least a week prior to your arrival

1. Arrival date

2. Landing time (scheduled) and name of the airport

3. Flight details

Lodging & Boarding facilities

Course fee includes double occupancy. However, arrangements for single accommodation can be made on request and on an additional payment

Refund policy

If a student withdraws from the course, the following refund policy applies:

1. If the student withdraws 45 days or more prior to course commencement will receive a 75% refund, minus an administration fee of 250 EURO

2. If the student withdraws 30-44 days prior to the course commencement will receive 50% of the full course fee, minus an administration fee.

3. If the student withdraws 21-28 days prior to course commencement will receive 30% of the full course fee, minus an administration fee.

4. If the student withdraws less than three weeks prior to the course No refund thereafter.

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