Mysore, India Yoga Travel Guide

How to reach Mysore Samyak Yoga Ashram

As you have decided to travel to Mysore, India to undertake the Yoga Teacher Training Course with Samyak Yoga, here are a few things to know about the traveling to India.

  • BOOKING FLIGHT TO BANGALORE

    Book a flight to Bangalore International Airport also known as Kempegowda Airport. Share the traveling details such as date & time of arrival along with the name & number of the Airline with the office of Samyak Yoga via email. The taxi will be waiting for you at the arrival gate of the airport with the sign board of your name!

  • ARRIVAL BY TRAIN/BUS

    If you are already in India, you can travel by train to reach Mysore. Bangalore has four express trains to and from Mysore. Mysore Railway station is located on J L B Road, Northwest of the city center and is just 13 km from the Ashram.

    For details about the train schedules and reservations kindly contact Official Indian Railways Site

    You can also travel by FLY BUS from Bangalore International Airport to Mysore. For details and reservations, kindly visit Official KSRTC Site

  • AIRPORT PICK-UP

    Kindly book your flight to Bangalore International Airport (otherwise known as Kempegowda International Airport) which is 170 kms from the Yoga Shala. As you book the flight tickets, kindly send us the traveling itinerary so that we will arrange the taxi for you. You will be received by the staff of Samyak Yoga in the airport and will drop here at the Samyak Yoga Ashram, Mysore. It takes 3 hours to reach the destination. You are expected to be in the Ashram on the day of initiation. Kindly make sure that you will be there by noon on the day of Initiation.

  • DEPARTURE

    The last day of the course will have the certification ceremony and other simple procedures. You can plan your departure on the same day afternoon. The transportation after the course can be arranged on request and will be charged. As most of the students will be traveling to Mysore and other nearest places, the course fee does not include the transportation after the course. Kindly visit the reception to know more about the places worth to visit and things to do after the course.

  • SECURITY AND HEALTH CONCERNS

    Samyak Yoga Team has been teaching and preparing the world’s finest Yoga teachers and can report that students from more than 80 nations have been visiting the Shala and enjoying the safe and clean environment. The day you arrive at Bangalore International Airport, you will be received by the staff and taken care by the staff and team of Samyak Yoga Ashram until the end of the course. All the safety, necessary health precautions are made by the well-equipped team of doctors during your stay at Samyak Yoga Ashram. For any questions or concerns you may have, feel free to contact us.

Places worth visiting near by Samyak Yoga

Mysore is known as cultural capital and Heritage city of Karnataka state. There are beautiful places near by that you can visit after the course. Here is a list of a few places you can visit after the course.

Mysore Palace

Known as one of the most attractive destinations for the tourists after Taj Mahal in North India, Mysore Palace is magnificent and fetching 3 million tourists every year. It is just 14 km away from Ashram and takes around 22 minutes to reach

Ranganatittu Bird Sanctuary:

Considered as one of the best bird Sanctuaries in the world, Ranganatittu Bird Sanctuary has a wide range of birds such as Painted storks, Spoon bills, White ibises, Egrets, Herons, and Partridges. It is just 2.3 km and takes 7 mins to reach from the Yoga Shala.

Chamundi Hills

With a historic, symbolic backdrop of diminishing the negative energies and establishing the divinity, Chamundi Hills is one of the major attractions of Mysore. It is just 27 km away which takes approximately 40 minutes from the Shala.

Brindavan Gardens

Brindavan Gardens is an example for the finest examples of the cultural beauty of Mysore with 2 million tourists visiting every year. It is just 16 km away taking 28 minutes approx. to reach the heavenly Brindavan Gardens.