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Yoga Teacher Training in Mysore with Samyak Yoga
Mysore is the place where the tradition of Yoga practice has been followed for generations. Sri T Krishnamacharya, the father of modern Yoga started teaching Yoga in Mysore which continues till today. Mysore is also the birthplace of Ashtanga Yoga.
Even though our Yoga Teacher Training Courses are the same everywhere, taking the decision to learn and practice Yoga in Mysore is choosing a complete commitment toward the Yoga, it’s philosophy and its way of life.
Our Yoga Ashram is nearby the Sugar cane field, palm trees, and Cauvery river. The silence of nature, the sounds of birds, and river, the voice within you, the vibrating presence of a Yogi, the chanting and singing of the inmate Yoginis residing in the Gurukulam for Females are the helping factors in the journey of Light and Love.
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Choose a Yoga Teacher Training that suits you
There are many Yoga styles and so are the Yoga schools. It is always a hard task to find the best Yoga Teacher Training school that suits your expectations and requirements of the Yoga Teacher-profession. There are a lot of articles too on how to choose a Yoga Teacher Training and what are the factors to consider. However, it is important that the teacher and the school should be able to build the connection with you. You, on the other hand, should receive the authentic, first-hand knowledge.
A Yoga Teacher shouldn’t teach asanas, alignments, philosophy etc. collected out of ten books. Instead, it is better if the teacher has a legacy, a tradition and is trained under a proper teacher. You can’t learn the wisdom of teaching Yoga from someone whose teaching has no impact on his own life.
Hence choosing a Yoga Teacher Training that suits you is a hard task.
What are the best ways to reach Mysore? Are there any other options to take a train or a bus? Do you offer transportation from the airport? What are the places that one must see in Mysore? do you have recommendations? Questions like these are answered here….