Accommodation

Ashta Siddhi Yoga ensures that it’s students get the correct environment to visit a Yoga program and we have picked every one of our areas cautiously, keeping all the requirements of our global members as a main priority. All of our locations overpass nature and are appropriate for any yoga professional visiting any program.

Upon arrival, you will be provided with all your course materials and a Shatkarma Kit. Every student will get all the items they require for the course. The on-site Yoga room is loaded up with every single essential prop and yoga mats, so that the students do not have to stress over bringing their own. 

We accept that students ought to have a basic time getting from the airport in Delhi to their Yoga Teacher Training Location and every one of the facility referenced underneath are given by us and are included in the course fee.

We accept that for a 4 week-long Training Program you need a homely stay. We provide accommodation in a perfect, spotless and serene environment, in a place overpassing greenery and the neighboring hill. Students are furnished with selective single rooms (not sharing or residence) with AC (air conditioner), heating system, attached private restrooms and Wi-Fi. Restrooms have both hot and cold running water.

 

Stay In Rishikesh

It is an astounding and adventurous place for the one whose enthusiastic about adventure. We can visit to Badrinath and Kedarnath too from this spot as it is the entryway to these destinations. In old times Rishis and Munis used to feel a harmonious environment here for rumination. Numerous Ashrams at this site give contemplation and Yoga courses. It is arranged on the banks of Ganga River. 

 

Earlier its name was Hrishikesh, which was the structure wherein Lord Vishnu seemed to compensate Raibhya Rishi for the atonement performed by him. A while later this place became famous by the name Rishikesh. 

 

The most popular places to visit here are Trayambakeshwar Temple, Bharat Mandir, Ram Jhula, Lakshman Jhula, and furthermore.

Stay In Goa

Goa, also called “Rome of the East” is a western state in India, geographically separated from the Deccan Highlands by the Western Ghats. It is a multi traditional state counting Hindus and Muslims with Catholics. It is a harmonious place with scenic
beauty. 

Yoga Teacher Training in Goa is a delightful experience for the people who love nature. Yoga classes are mostly held at the beach area with beautiful and serene view of the sea which definitely makes the mind become calm and peaceful. One can feel the their breathing process at the outdoors. People who wish to pursue Yoga Teacher Training in Goa can also experience a leisure time as there are many adventures to do here.

Stay In Bali

Bali is a region of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Found east of Java and west of Lombok, the territory incorporates the island of Bali and a couple of neighboring islands, eminently Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. Bali, also known as the ‘Island of the Gods’ is one of the most delightful places on earth. Encompassed by sky blue oceans and edged with brilliant seashores, It is obviously a surfer’s heaven, and in the event that you are searching for a sea shore occasion, at that point there is no preferred spot to discover it over this stunning island set in Indonesia.

Just as ocean and sand anyway Bali has an enormous number of different attractions to appreciate, for example, sanctuaries, caves, cascades, museums, and markets, and if you like history and culture, at that point you can go through hours learning about the neighborhood legends and Balinese customs in places like Ubud.

It is Indonesia’s main travel destination, which has seen a rise in travelers since the 1980s. It is prestigious for its profoundly developing art, including traditional and modern form, painting, metalworking, and music. This place is a piece of the Coral Triangle, the place has huge biodiversity of marine species. Here alone, more than 500 reef-building coral species can be found.

Stay In Pondicherry

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Yogic Diet

Yogic system of  Shri Krishna categorizes diet into three groups:

Sattvic diet:

“The food that increases the life expectancy, mental essence, quality, wellbeing, solace, and pleasantness, that are flavorful, Unctuous, stable, and gratifying to the heart are the foods that are favored by Sattvic.”

Sattvic diet is also referred to as the Yogic diet. It is considered a natural state of raw food that is fresh and free from any supplements or preservatives. A sattvic diet ought to be consumed in its regular structure i.e. raw, steamed or softly cooked. Sattvic diet includes Whole grains (carbohydrates), Pulses, lentils, nuts and seeds (proteins), Fresh fruits and Vegetables (vitamins and minerals), Herbs, Natural sugars for example, nectar (in limited quantities), etc.

Rajasic diet:

“Bitter, sour, salty, extremely warm, peppery, dry, foods, which are not as easily digestible as Sattvic food. Rajasic food causes discomfort, depression, acidity and illness to the body.” (Bhagavad Gita, XVII, 9)

Rajasic items of food should be exempted in Yogic Diet; they include Caffeinated drinks such as tea and coffee,  Overly processed foods, Artificial preservatives in food. Hot chili or anything that can irritate the Mucous Membranes. For example Garlic, Onions, Mushrooms and so on.

Tamasic diet:

“Not completely cooked, flavorless, rotten, stale, extra by others, which are not good to be consumed are the eatables enhanced by the Tamasic.” 

The Tamasic diet consists of food items that are substantial and cause weakness or laziness in an individual. Such nourishments are best avoided by individuals experiencing incessant illnesses or depression. Tamasic diet incorporates food items like Red meat, Alcohol, Stale or spoiled sustenances, Overripe or unripe fruits, Burnt food, Overly processed food, acidifying food, Deep fried food.

Basis of yogic Diet

 

Different Yogic Guides classify food items as Pathya (healthy) and Apathya (unhealthy) sustenance which form the premise of the Yogic Diet.They are discussed as follows:

Apathya/ Unhealthy Food:

The foods which are restricted (for the yogis) are those which are unpleasant, sour, peppery, salty, warming, green vegetables (other than those appointed), acrid slop, oil, sesame and mustard, liquor, fish, flesh foods, curds, buttermilk, horse gram, oil cakes, asafetida and garlic.

An unhealthy eating routine should not be followed, which is reheated after becoming cold, which is dry (without regular oil), which is extremely salty or acidic, stale or has too much (blended) vegetables.

Pathya/ Healthy Food:

Pathya/Healthy foods are the most helpful nourishments a Yogi should have. These are good grains, wheat, rice, grain, milk, ghee, dark colored sugar, sugar treats (solidified sugar), nectar, dry ginger, patola fruits (types of cucumber), five vegetables, mung and such pulses, and pure water.

The yogi should take nourishing and sweet food mixed with, ghee and milk; it should nourish the dhatus (basic body constituents) and be pleasing and suitable.

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