About Alakh Yog – Famous Yoga Teacher Training in India
Yoga allows us to connect with ourselves in a more meaningful way. Alakh Yog’s Yoga Teacher Training Programs are all geared to help students become professional and confident yoga teachers and persons. Being a reputed, well known registered Yoga School in India with international accreditation from Yoga Alliance U.S, Yoga Alliance Professionals UK, and the International Yogic Federation we have trained students from all over the world. Aspirants graduating here are eligible to become RYTs (Registered Yoga Teachers), allowing them to teach across the globe.
Alakh Yog, a prominent Yoga Teacher Training Institute in India, offers exceptional and innovative YTT courses including 100 Hour YTTC and the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India.
“Alakh” has many meanings, you can take it as creator, energy or anything which can’t be seen or described in words. It carries in itself both “everything” as well as “nothing”. Joining a Yoga Teacher Training with Alakh Yog will not only introduce you to the professional path of yoga, but will also assist you in starting your journey of self-discovery, healing, and spiritual growth. Alakh Yog has become a well-known name and a high-vibrational place with over 1000 yoga teacher training alumni globally. Our school is able to improve its Yoga Teacher Training Programs to the highest levels thanks to frequent review, feedback, and reflection.
Alakh Yog links Indian spirituality and old yogic traditions with modern science and teaching principles through highly qualified and experienced yoga gurus (masters) and registered instructors. The gurus (masters) of Alakhyog come from a variety of backgrounds, parts, and cultures; they are defying stereotypes and following their own inner voice to share their journey together as friends for what they have been gifted with.
As the origin of yoga, India is also renowned as a spiritual and transformational country. Allow yourself to be surprised by the endless possibilities that Alakh Yog has in store for you:
- Mind & Body Balance
- Self Transformation
- Immerse in a state of Mental Peace
- Discover a whole new side of yourself.
- Increase the intensity and quality of your yoga practice.
- Make friends with folks who share your interests.
- Empowered & Supported all the time.
- Become a part of a huge yoga community.
- Learn everything there is to know about asana, pranayama, meditation, and yogic philosophy.
- Learn from the real Gurus.
- Find your own path in Yoga as a career.
Alakh Yog – Vision and Approach to Yoga in India
Sadhana of Ownership
Almost anything can be termed sadhana if done with intention, awareness, discipline, and consistent practice. Sadhana is a spiritual practice that involves spiritual labour in order to achieve a goal. Sadhana’s traditional goal has been to achieve enlightenment. A sadhana, on the other hand, can be utilised to achieve modest goals like enhancing flexibility, learning a difficult asana, or lowering life stressors. For the best outcomes, Alakhyog recommends committing to a minimum of thirty consecutive days for your first sadhana. “Keeping a sadhana allows practitioners to harmonise one’s inner self each new day in the practice of yoga”. For any yogi or yoga therapist, daily sadhana is essential. A personal morning ritual allows us to recall who we are.
Alakhyog helps you to start a sadhana—a tailored plan for achieving your spiritual goals—to truly deepen your yoga experience. It will be difficult to begin a daily yoga or meditation practice, but the physical, mental, and emotional benefits will be substantial and instant. Sadhana can be regarded as ongoing efforts to acquire the maximum level of perfection in all streams in day-to-day life. Karma yoga, Bhakti yoga, and Gnyan yoga are examples of Sadhana. The beginning and the end. Even a 10-minute daily practice will lay a firm basis for continued growth and expansion, Commitment & Inner Strength, Discipline & Dedication, Evolution & Refinement, Passion & Devotion are all the benefits you gain by Sadhana.
Sattva – Light and Purity, Balance and Knowledge (associated with creation)
Sattva is a natural state that arises through being true to your inner teacher, guru, or divinity. It is a condition of balance and harmony, serenity, and tranquillity. The yogi can encounter his or her natural self by purifying his or her body, senses, and intellect. Here at Alakh Yog, we adopt a sattvic lifestyle with a strong connection to our lifestyle, nutrition, physical and mental exercise in order to experience being established in health and in oneself. The mind, according to Yogic philosophy, is made out of the essence of food. If the food consumed is pure, it brings inner tranquillity to the body and promotes spiritual growth. You will be eating organic, fresh, in-season, and vegetarian food at Alakhyog. Regulate your daily activities by eating at consistent intervals and sleeping at consistent times to ensure that you get enough sleep (6–8 hours on average). “No one can become a yogi if they eat too much, or too little, sleep too much, or too little,” as per the Bhagavad Gita. As the first and last events of the day, meditate/pray at Alakhyog. Spending even a few minutes each day to focus on yourself can have a significant impact on your overall well-being.
At Alakh Yog, you will capture the Brahma muhurta, high vibrational prana, or life-force energy, which is present just before and after the sun rises. Enjoy the spectacular show of colours and vibrations that occur during this magnificent morning time of day, when the veil between dark and light is considered to be the thinnest. All of this will be practised in the Alakhyog yoga school in India. Alakhyog aids in the development of a Sattvic frame of mind by maintaining a yogic environment. The sattvic states to nurture via our practice include peace, serenity, positivity, presence, clarity, excitement, joy, happiness, honesty, humility, flexibility, moderation, balance, gratitude, and inner silence. Yoga, meditation, journaling, and being in nature are some of the activities that can aid in the development of these states.
Atithi Devo Bhava
It’s a way of saying, “Our visitors are like God to us.” Guests are considered and treated as gods in this extraordinary society. AlakhYog adheres to an ancient Indian philosophy that dates back thousands of years, which teaches that there is divinity in every human being. Rather, we’re working to instil the same sense of humility and cultural values in our learners by ensuring that they receive their training in an environment that is warm, welcoming, and supportive of their every need. In order to provide the greatest possible yogic training for our pupils, we take personal responsibility for their success.
In the traditional approach, every person is considered as a unique individual. As each student progresses, they are taught at their own pace. “The practice becomes more introspective as a result of the development of a relationship.” “Traditional” can mean many different things. It is something that has been there for a while, it’s been studied by a lot of people, and it’s a standard, but no one has put their name on it. And most significantly, it is done as a regular habit and is relied upon by others due to being result-oriented. Unlike the spiritual practices of the traditional approach in yoga, which aims to bring practitioners closer to mind and soul, the modern approach is primarily a physical exercise. Traditional yoga’s numerous activities were designed to get the body and mind ready for prolonged periods of meditation. As it is commonly practised in the West, yoga emphasises its health benefits over its spiritual ones. Of course, if you wish to, it can be a spiritual experience.
|200 Hrs Yoga in India – Dates and Fees
|September 2022||3rd September – 26th September||From 1150 EUR|
|October 2022||3rd October – 26th October||From 1150 EUR|
|November 2022||3rd November – 26th November||From 1150 EUR|
|December 2022||3rd December – 26th December||From 1150 EUR|
|January 2023||3rd January – 26th January||From 1150 EUR|
|February 2023||3rd February – 26th February||From 1150 EUR|
|March 2023||3rd March – 26th March||From 1150 EUR|
|April 2023||3rd April – 26th April||From 1150 EUR|
|May 2023||3rd May – 26th May||From 1150 EUR|
|June 2023||3rd June – 26th June||From 1150 EUR|
|July 2023||3rd July – 26th July||From 1150 EUR|
|August 2023||3rd August – 26th August||From 1150 EUR|
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|100 Hrs Yoga in India Dates and Fees
|September 2022||03 September 2022 – 14 September 2022||From 600 EUR|
|October 2022||03 October 2022 – 14 October 2022||From 600 EUR|
|November 2022||03 November 2022 – 14 November 2022||From 600 EUR|
|December 2022||03 December 2022 – 14 December 2022||From 600 EUR|
|January 2023||03 January 2023 – 14 January 2023||From 600 EUR|
|February 2023||03 February 2023 – 14 February 2023||From 600 EUR|
|March 2023||03 March 2023 – 14 March 2023||From 600 EUR|
|April 2023||03 April 2023 – 14 April 2023||From 600 EUR|
|May 2023||03 May 2023 – 14 May 2023||From 600 EUR|
|June 2023||03 June 2023 – 14 June 2023||From 600 EUR|
|July 2023||03 July 2023 – 14 July 2023||From 600 EUR|
|August 2023||03 August 2022 – 14 August 2023||From 600 EUR|
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Our Extra Activities
Silent Meditation Retreats in Manali
Most contemporary yoga styles are based on the traditional approach as that in the hatha yoga technique. There are many diverse kinds of yoga, but they all aim to achieve a state of harmony in the body, mind, and spirit when following the traditional approach. However, the asanas (movements) and other aspects of the practice may be different for specific groups like elderly people or pregnant women.
Become a part of a 10, 20, or a 40-day quiet retreat in Manali, India, and savour every moment of it. Allow yourself ample time and space to dive into the spiritual soul and mind that resides in you of which you are still a stranger. Walking through nature, watching clouds and rivers gives you a whole new idea of “what you actually are” and “what you really can be”!