Kerala has been becoming more and more popular as a Indian holiday destination.
Many Yoga centers and retreats have emerged in the past years offering lush landscapes with palm trees and white sands.
This attractive destination is called God’s own country, it is also consider the capital of Ayurveda, the “science of living”.
- When to visit Kerala?
November to February is the winter season is a great moment to visit Kerala when temperatures goes from 16 up to 34 degrees Celsius.
June to August is the monsoons season.
Abhijna School of Yoga – Ashtanga
Abhijna Yoga TTC offers a great location when compared to other noisy, crowded and polluted places in India. Wide, clean roads and friendly people always welcome you in Varkala which is a drug and party free.
Accommodation is 5 min walking from the Shala and the ocean is 10 min walking from there. The transit time from the international airport to the Shala is Just one hour when compared to Rishikesh (9H) and Mysore (5H).
In Abhinja School of Yoga there are no multiple and changing teachers. There are only two main teachers and all subjects are taught by them. This helps to fulfill the Yoga Alliance requisite that stands that the student needs to spend at least 150 Hours with the main teacher.
Discipline is very important in this school, but it doesn’t come at the cost of freedom .They work only 5 and half days in a week and the student has freedom to move around over the weekend.
Padmakarma is a Registered Yoga School registered with Yoga Alliance USA(Global) and Yoga Alliance UK. Their 200 HR (4 weeks) comprehensive course qualifies you to teach Yoga world wide as a profession, deepening your personal practice and self discipline. Their intense course focuses on the practical application of the Main paths of Yoga – Bhakthi Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga and Raja Yoga (Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Tantra Yoga). This life-changing, four-week-long programme provides students with an internationally valid, Yoga Alliance Global and Yoga Alliance UK accredited Hatha Yoga 200 hour teaching certificate
Tulasidalam School Of Yoga Pada
Tulasidalam’s first and foremost aim is to create not just a TTC, but a whole personal development program (life coaching & guidance) with focus on individual participants.
They believe that Yoga path is holistic (physical, mental and spiritual) and is extremely deep and vast. So they try to be with each participant and give them the personal guidance and support they might need .
They see Yoga as mission rather than a profession so they offer to each participant a ‘life time membership’.
The yoga practice is evolving and transforming an individual every moment and this has to be understood and explained properly on the basis of science.
Peace is the finest path they try to teach to walk through this practice. This, together with a depth of science and philosophy taught by their wise guru, Sinduma, can be one of the strongest points of this course.
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