1. Executive Summary of the Course!
Yoga is one of the 6 systems in Indian Philosophy. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is its reference manual. Bhagawad Gita is the source text to be tap, understand and practise Yogic lifestyle.
At, Shrimath, the students get inputs from the above texts, apart from learning to practise and teach 108 Yogasanas, 6 Pranayama techniques, Yoga Nidra (4 levels), Antar Mouna, Mudra and Kriya from the Satyananada Yoga tradition.
An Overview of the 200hrs Course
2. Other aspects of the Course..
From other living traditions, processes such as Sakshi Bhava, Mantras etc., are shared to deepen the Meditative experience.
Daily interaction with rural school kids and working with nature at Shrimath farm, help us to stay grounded in life. To internalize the knowledge assimilated during the course, the students generally undertake a spiritual pilgrimage. To conclude, this course help us in furthering our journey towards self-discovery.
3. Course Dates
Due to the Corona pandemic, the regular course is split into two portions.
Online sessions: April 17 to 27
At Shrimath Campus: June 1 to 10 or at dates that is mutually convenient
Course Fee (includes online sessions; stay, food and sessions at Shrimath)
INR 49,500 (for Indians) USD 915 (for Others) instead of the regular fee of INR 69,300 (for Indians) USD 1350 (for Others)
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"If you are looking for an authentic experience with an Indian family in a quiet meditative setting, this is it! The serenity of the place is unparalleled. The long periods of pre-scheduled downtime forced me to confront my need for constant activity. The yoga instruction was informative and the home cooked food, amazing! Teaching the village children epitomized what India is all about for me and makes me long to go back.
Overall a very rewarding experience and one I have already recommended to friends."
Sonya Costello, North Carolina, USA
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"I want to thank you all team of Shrimath- Krishna for interesting philosophy, chanting and life lessons, Hema for beautiful yoga classes, Smrithi for very tasty food (now i am addicted to idli and dosa :)). The course is structured in more retreat way - and its good because we had time to enjoy the nature. Also it was great experience to go to rural school- to teach Indian children.
I had a great time and i now i am more flexible, balanced and is able to practice and teach yoga others. Thank you again!"
Diana Umudova, Russia