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Yoga Life , The yoga capital of the world


 Rishikesh , a beautiful city Located in the foothills of the Lower Himalayas, in the Tehri-Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, this holy town serves as a starting point for the other religious hubs in the state – Badrinath, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Yamunotri (part of the ‘Char Dham’ pilgrimage route) . also Known as yoga capital of the world. It is famous for yoga and meditation, pilgrimage and also hot destination for rafting and camping. 



For those who are looking for a break of the spiritual kind, Rishikesh has a host of ashrams and yoga centres, offering lessons in yoga and meditation, besides other spiritual activities. 
There are many yoga ashrams and all kind of yoga and meditation classes.Rishikesh is situated on the bank of river ganga at the foothills of Himalaya. It is one of the holiest place for hindus that's why many sages and saints and yoga masters have been visiting the city.and it is the yoga teacher training hub across the world. There are many ashram or yoga school which are providing yoga teacher training. Rishikesh is full of spiritual energy because of ganga and the Himalaya. Lush greenery , pure water and fresh air and untouched natural beauty make it more beautiful.

Rishikesh boasts of relatively pleasant weather all-year round – neither too hot nor too cold. Temperatures in summer (March to June) range from 20C to 35C, though they can – and occasionally do – touch 40 C in peak summer. During winters (October to February), temperatures reach a low of 5 C and a high of 20 C. The town’s climate is ideal for indulging in outdoor activities almost throughout the year



 Rishikesh is the home to some of the most reputed yoga school and ashram because of its such a rich rich yoga and spiritual heritage. 


Rishikesh also attract visitors for rafting and camping and for many adventure activity. Other places to visit here are Ram jhula, parmarth niketan, gita bhawan, triveni ghat, neelkanth temple etc.

 It is well connected with road , air and railway by different cities of india. Neatest airport is at jolly Grant airports in dehradun approximately 35 to 40 km Neatest railway station is rishikesh but you should choose haridwar which is well connected with other cities of india and is 20 km from rishikesh Rishikesh is well connected with Major cities via motorable road  
there are many yoga school some of them are-

Anand Prakash Ashram: If you are looking for comfortable accommodation along with intense yoga classes, then Anand Prakash Ashram can be a good option for you  this ashram also offers different course including Akhanda yoga, classical Kundalini and Hatha-Raja yoga. All three forms promises complete rejuvenation of mind, body and soul  

Ganga Dham Ashram: A well maintained Ashram founded by Osho attracts visitors looking for mental peace and tranquility.  

Swami Dayananda Ashram: Swami Dayanand Ashram is an ideal centre for learning about yoga and Vedanta and Sanskrit. Along with many residential teachers, Swami Dayanand himself conducts regular classes here

Yoga Niketan: Founded by Yogeshwaranand Paramahans, Yoga Niketan is another distinctive yoga training centre in Rishikesh

Sivananda Ashram: Based upon the four paths namely Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Jnana Yoga, Sivananda Ashram shows potent of human healing. This sacred ashram is one of the premium yoga training institutes in Rishikesh.

Parmarth Niketan: It is among the best Yoga training institute in the country, Parmarth Niketan is a destination ideal for those seeking refinement of soul and body. 

there are many teacher training center or yoga school which offer different teacher training and yoga retreats all have different pricing and facility check detail before choosing any school

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