Yoga is a possibility to open the doors to deepening the understanding and evaluating the values of our daily and social life. – Sanjay K Naithani
Yoga origins from the sanskrit word yog and evolved in ancient India during a time called the Golden Age; an era of everlasting peace and tranquillity. The word means union and for modern truth seekers as well, yoga is a holisitic tool for evolving on the path of spirituality and creating a blissful life.
The discipline of yoga consists of eight limbs: Yama – Universal Morality, Niyama – Personal Observance, Asanas – Body Postures, Pranayama – Control of prana through breathing excercises, Pratyahara – control of the senses, Dharana – Concentration & Cultivation of inner perceptual awareness, Dhyana - Devotion & Meditation on the Divine, Samadhi – Union with the Divine.
It is important for anyone interested in attending the Sadhana course at Shree Narayan Yogpeeth to understand that the discipline of yoga goes beyond asanas. It is a sacred spiritual practice for improved self-knowledge, which expands the mind, heart and soul and if practiced regularly with dedication has the power to transform the life of any yogi or yogini.
Yoga for Beginners
The primary objective of this residential yoga teacher training course is to provide an understanding of Yoga and its related practices from basic to advance level, in an easy and systematic way, including practice as well as theory. Shree Narayan Yogpeeth aims at initiating the beginner on the traditional, right track of learning so that one may have personal revelations through Yoga, which will help in creating a world of peace, happiness and harmony.