Yoga Teacher Training in India
Mahi Yoga was founded by Guru Mahi, who began practicing yoga at the tender age of eleven and continued to deepen his practice as he grew. After receiving profound knowledge in yoga and other vedic sciences, Mahi decided to spread the knowledge to as many as possible. He started the Mahi Yoga Teacher training center with the purpose of spreading the knowledge of yoga in its purity.
Mahi Yoga and Training center is a registered yoga school under the Government of India and has certification from Yoga Alliance USA, ensuring that students who come to Mahi Yoga for advanced teacher training courses not only learn yoga from some of the best teachers but also have the credentials to make a career in yoga internationally. Read More
Yoga Teacher Training in Mcleodganj, Dharamshala
Snow covered peaks of majestic Dauldhar mountains, clear blue sky, fresh cool breeze, and faint chants of Buddhist monks welcome you to Mahi Yoga retreat of Dharamshala. Dharmashala is nestled in the great Himalayas and is home to his Holiness, the Dalai Lama.
Located in Kangra valley, Dharamshala and its twin town of Mcleodganj present a scenic view. Buddhists monks can be seen reciting their chants and the monasteries lend a spiritual aura to the atmosphere. The Himalayas themselves are considered divine as they were the abode of ancient gurus who did rigorous meditation to attain nirvana or pass on the light of enlightenment to their disciples. Dharamshala presents a perfect for learning yoga. Read More
Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh
Close your eyes now and imagine a place where chants of mantras reverberate through the air, yogis meditate on the Ganga ghats (the large stair steps that lead accompany the people down to the banks of the river Ganga) and the sound of the flow of the river Ganga fills the air. Yes, you have imagined what Rishikesh is like, the yoga capital of the world. Rishikesh is one of the holiest and most sacred cities in all of India, positioned at the footing of the great Himalaya mountains. Every yoga lover will instantly fall in love with this location due to the magnificent landscapes provided by the Himalayas and due to the spiritual atmosphere that hovers around this city. This are just some of the reasons why great yogis, together with their ashrams have chosen Read More
Yoga Teacher Training in Goa
Goa is one of the most beautiful coastline towns in all of India and likewise, the perfect relaxing retreat for anybody looking to study yoga. Here you can come in contact with that wonderful and unique smell of the sea coupled with the sound of the waves hitting the beach, all of which turn Goa into a tropic like environment, perfect for meditating and losing yourself for hours in your head practicing yoga. The climate resembles that of a tropical island and we guarantee you that you will not want to leave this town ever again after seeing it yourself.India is the cradle of yoga knowledge and the yoga teachers that will train you here have learned their facts from ancient people that have practiced this art since ancient times. Once here, you can take advantage of the great warm climate, as well as the ancient knowledge passed down from generation to generation and the wonderfully colored culture that will leave you breathless, we are sure of it. Read More
Yoga Teacher Training Retreats in Dharamshala, Himalayas
Dharamshala, the quaint town of erstwhile British Empire is today home to his holiness the Dalai Lama and many Tibetans in exile. With towering Himalayas in the backdrop, scenic Kangra valley below, clouds playing hide and seek with the sun, and conifers and evergreens creating beautiful shadows Dharamshala presents a picturesque sight. The lively bazaars, the magnificent architecture of Buddhist monasteries, and fort and temples together make for a tourist delight. Add to it the spiritual note of Buddhism and yoga. Dharamshala offers a perfect spiritual getaway to learn yoga and indulge in a vacation with so many things packed into one. Read More
Introduction of Mahi Yoga’s Teachers
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When Mahi was eleven, his family members, being all Brahmins, taught him yoga. The whole family belonged to the highest class of Indian society, therefore focusing on the spiritual development of a human. For example, Mahi’s father was a disciple of Sri Ramana Maharishi’s student. However, not only family members influenced Mahi on his way! He spent a lot of time learning hatha yoga, bhakti yoga, meditation and karma yoga with monks and swamis.By turning eighteen, Mahi went around India to continue his development on the yoga path, staying in Mysore, Bangalore, Rishikesh and some other places, absorbing different styles of teaching. However, it was never enough, so he went to senior Iyengar teachers, learning how to focus on technical aspects of hatha yoga alignments and anatomy. Read More