Press Release (ePRNews.com) - TORONTO - Aug 30, 2016 - India, the land of multi-religious practices and spirituality has always been a religious tourism hotspot. But other than that, it is also known for yoga styles and meditation, taught at re-known yoga schools in different states. Among those, Uttarakhand is considered as the epicenter of yoga and meditation. People from all walks of life come to its religious city of Rishikesh to learn multiple variants of yoga.
Rishikesh, considered as the land of gods and goddesses with many temples that line the shores of divine and majestic river Ganga that flows out of the mighty Himalayas and across Rishikesh. The place is best suited in India for those who wish to learn yoga and its nuances and want to practice as yoga teachers in future.
AYM Yoga School located amidst Himalayas offers multiple yoga courses, including those mean to make you a qualified yoga teacher with a certificate approved by Yoga Alliance USA. The certificate is accepted all over the world and would allow you to teach as well as open your own school in any part of the world. This certificate provides you to become registered yoga teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, after getting which you become authorized to teach yoga to others. AYM offers best in class yoga teacher training courses of 200 hours beginner, 300-hours intermediate and 500-hours advance practitioner courses.
During these courses, students are taught different styles of yoga such as Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa, Vinyasa Flow and Kundalini yoga. They are also given theoretical knowledge of yoga which includes anatomy and yoga physiology classes. Meditation is also taught to students so that they can discover their inner self and feel connected with their surroundings without saying a word. Connecting through self also helps connect with the almighty and feel the change and spiritual power within self.
Next comes Pranayama, a very important aspect of Yoga, without which yoga will be considered incomplete. Pranayama is a set of basic exercises that include controlled breathing and helps you in purifying your vital life force, also known as ‘Prana Shakti’ (Pranic energy). Last, but not the least, comes Ayurveda that helps to naturally detoxify and cleanse the body free of toxins and unwanted chemicals.
Study material is also provided to students, complete with diagrammatic representations. Students facing difficulty in classes are free to consult teachers after classes and their doubts are clarified.
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