"For centuries, the ancient science of Yoga has been part of the fabric of Indian society and various expert masters have taught it for the benefit of the masses. Being a part of an ancient traditional lineage, Govardhan School of Yoga ensures yoga is still effective and free from distortions and concoctions by maintaining the integrity of the spiritual tradition. We present the pristine teachings of Yoga based on ancient scriptures like Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam.
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Our holistic approach enables us to extend classical yoga beyond the yoga mat! True to the ancient books, yoga is not just a few hours we spend on the mat, but more so with how we conduct ourselves the rest of the time. It is striking the perfect balance and harmony with the self, divine and nature. The Ashram setting of Govardhan Ecovillage facilitates inward flow of energy and then extends that energy to the bigger ecological community of plants, animals, rivers, land and other natural elements in the form of SEVA (service).
The learning experience is not just restricted to the physical postures and breathing exercises but exposes our students to a wide range of topics including Classical Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Basic Yoga Therapy, Indian Philosophy, Patanjali Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita & Advanced Bhagavad Gita classes, Ayurveda, Anatomy, Basic Sanskrit, Self-awareness exercises and Music. Our outreach efforts - whether they are mountain hikes, ecovillage tours or extending your services to the village - involve experiential learning to internalize the teachings of yoga and create an inner transformation.
The life transforming & positive testimonials of our graduates, showered on Govardhan School of Yoga affirms the effectiveness of our techniques and yoga teaching process and methods.
*Note : This course is NOT for someone who is looking for Yoga Holidays or just some Asana practice. This is a full-time course for understanding the Yoga lifestyle & yourself.
If you are expecting modified versions of physical exercises in the name of Yoga then this is not the school for you.
The culture in the ashram is different from a holiday resort."