Welcome to Rishikesh, the “Land Of Yoga” and “Land Of Sages” – located in the foothills of the Himalaya. Yoga is one of the oldest form of art preached, practiced & followed in India since the pre-vedic period. It helps us to maintain our physical, mental & spiritual balance and to acquire inner peace. As written in the Bhagwat Gita “It is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self”.
In our school, we want to teach people on international level what true Yoga means. The following aspects will give you an overview of our teaching philosophy.
1. Yoga has become immensely popular worldwide
As a result, yoga centers have come up almost everywhere to cater to its ever-increasing demand. As Yoga has become a lucrative career, some very ambitious people have entered this profession, because of whom its divinity, purity and sanctity has been sacrificed.
Satyam Vedic Yoga School teaches Yoga through the original traditional methods integrating them with the modern scientific techniques as we have mastered both with our vast experience and expertise. This unique blend of traditional insights and modern research results in huge material as well as spiritual benefits for the seekers.
2. Subtle is greater than gross
We use high quality techniques to teach Yoga to our students. We always try to improve our quality by taking suggestions and feedbacks of the seekers and incorporating them wherever possible. To optimise the quality of teaching, we do not accept more than 20 trainees in a group. This ensures that every student gets personal attention.
3. Qualified and Experienced Trainers
We have a motivated team of highly qualified and experienced trainers who are always ready to go an extra mile. Click here for more information on our teachers.
4. Besides teaching Yoga, we ensure that our trainees maintain a pure and healthy lifestyle
Therefore we ensure that the seekers stick to a lifestyle closer to nature including wholesome Sattvik food, which is an integral part of Yogic life. A harmonious lifestyle increases the impact of Yoga manifold.