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12. Posted by oudies (Budding Member 14 posts) 2y

if you are looking for ayurvedic message go to kerela ( south India ). for yoga and DIY kind of trips go to haridwar (north India)

13. Posted by ruchi.talwar (First Time Poster 1 posts) 2y

Here are some good places of yoga shared :
One my cousin was going to Shri Yogendraji Institute. She is very happy with the institute and regularly attend the camps or heath trips organized by them.

This should be useful for you.

14. Posted by ankushharry (Budding Member 8 posts) 2y

Kerala is best place for yoga and Ayurveda so i think you should visit their.

15. Posted by tatianaabreu (Budding Member 86 posts) 2y

Hey bex76,

I spent the last 6 months in India and i did a 1-month YTTC in Mumbai, at the Yoga Institute in Santacruz. If you are interested in learning in order to share your knowledge of yoga with others and if you don't mind to spend one month of your life in one of the most chaotic cities of the planet then it might be a good option. The course is the cheapest of its kind i found in all India, it costs 9000INR only. The teachings are not mainly focused in asanas (postures) but also in the theory with all the major concepts of the philosophy and in other physical techniques such as pranayama (breathing) and kryas (cleansing techniques).

If you are interested just in having classes for some weeks, you will find many many places offering cheap classes. Rishikesh is a very good (though commercial) place to look for a yoga teacher or an ashram to practice. In Goa you find good retreats by the beach but they are usually very expensive. Mysore and Kerala in South India are also famous places for yoga.


16. Posted by holidayrajneesh (Budding Member 5 posts) 2y

I highly recommend you to visit RISHIKESH as it is the yoga capital of the world. There is direct train from Delhi to Rishikesh (5 hours journey). People from all over the globe comes here for meditation. They spend long quality time here and perceive the real India. It is the charm of Rishikesh that foreigners often don’t want to go back from this city, some of the foreigners even accepted the nationality of India and spending their happy life in Rishikesh only. You've to come Rishikesh and should enjoy the PEACE in the foothills of Himalayas. :) ;)

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18. Posted by avneet (Budding Member 24 posts) 2y

If you are planning to visit South of India,Kerala is the place for you.They are famous for their yoga and meditation centers.In the North,we have Rishikesh which is also very famous for yoga and also organizes International Yoga Festivals annually,but it is over-crowded with foreigners so I would recommend you to plan out for Kerala.

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