THE FOUR PATHS OF YOGA
Along with those points of Yoga, a look at the four paths of yoga completes the picture to give individuals a clear sense of direction for not only a healthier and stronger body but also a way of living that promotes peace and mindfulness to counteract day-to-day trials and tribulations. The Four Paths of Yoga all lead to the same place – union with the Divine – but help in getting there by giving options that fit different human temperaments and approaches to life. Which one fits you best?
- Karma Yoga (also known as the yoga of action)
- Bhakti Yoga (also known as the path of devotion)
- Raja Yoga (also known as the Science of the mind)
- Gyana Yoga (also known as the yoga of knowledge)
Having the roots in India, our program intended for all those people who have a great interest for physical appropriateness, mental health, intellectual development but are unable to find the way to explore it. it is always good for any yoga student to learn this sacred knowledge from its masters having a base in spirituality. India is the capital of spirituality and yogic philosophy. In short span of time, Our institute has gained a good reputation from the yoga enthusiasts all over the word. The institution is not only in the path yoga teacher training, but it also has the research wings that do active research in the ancient yoga philosophy. The rules and regulations enforced by the institution are according to the yogic lifestyle that helps any yoga student to imbibe the knowledge and practice the yogic culture easily. The goal of this training program is to produce qualified and inspiring yoga teachers who are able to draw on their own practice and personal discipline in imparting the yoga experience to others.
The intensive daily schedule includes two yoga practical classes, four lectures