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Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal

Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal
Yoga Retreat: Overview of a Teacher Training in Nepal

Stay

Some of you know that I attended my training as a yoga teacher in Nepal.

I loved my school so much that I decided to make yoga retreat more accessible for you.

Commonly called Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) in English, the first level is to follow 200hours of course in 1 months.

Intensive training and real life experience, you will learn many things during this month like no other. Be it the philosophy of yoga, anatomy, pranayamas (breathing exercises), meditation and of course asanas (sports part of yoga). They will come out more fit than ever, and most of all, ready to teach.

During this yoga retreat, you will have the opportunity to participate in all these classes as well.

But then, why Nepal?

  • Authentic and traditional style
  • No mass tourism
  • Secure country for solo travelers
  • The mountains of Himalayas are very close (for those who love adventure)

And why this school?

The school is based in the Kathmandu Valley, far from the city center. The view of the school is breathtaking, it is the ideal place for those (and those) who wish to be connected to nature.

The school has existed for more than 10 years and the teachers are local, who practice for a very long time.

Program :

Here is what a typical day looks like:

  • 06: 00 to 06: 30 - Rising
  • 06: 30 to 07: 00 - Ritual of Purification and Tea
  • 07: 00 to 08: 00 - Mantras in Sanskirt and Pranayama
  • 08: 00 to 09: 30 - Asanas
  • 09: 30 to 10: 30 - Breakfast (best time of the day)
  • 10: 30 to 12: 30 - Asanas
  • 13: 00 to 14: 00 - Lunch
  • 14: 00 to 15: 00 - Rest / Revisions
  • 15: 00 to 16: 30 - Yoga workshop
  • 16: 30 to 18: 15 - Asanas and meditation
  • 18: 30 to 19: 30 - Dinner
  • 19: 30 to 21: 30 - Rest / Revisions

You can choose the courses that interest you, you do not have to go to every class.

Sunday is the day of rest, so you can go to visit the treasures of Nepal or rest.

Detail :

The courses are in English.

Dates and best time to leave:
There are no specific dates, you can join classes when you want, for as long as you like!

Nepal enjoys a dry season from October to May, where temperatures can reach more than 30 ° C in Kathmandu. This is the ideal season for those who want to do a trek on the mount of the Himalayas. Nevertheless, this means that this is the time when there are the most tourists.

The wet season (also called the rainy season) is from June to September. I chose to go during the month of July - August (in the middle of the rainy season), and it was raining only at night. The temperature was nice. The advantage in these months is that there are very few people going to Nepal. We were only 5 to follow yoga training during the July-August session, and during the August-September session, there were only 4 students. Ideal to have a very personalized follow-up.

The place :

The bedrooms:

The rooms consist of two single beds. It's up to you to choose whether you share your room with another student or if you prefer a double room. The rooms are not mixed!

Arrival conditions:

You can go to school when you want to start yoga retreat.

How to get there :

The school is easily accessible by taxi, which have an extremely affordable price in Nepal.

Useful information

The rate includes:

Meals, drinks, shared room, classes and 1 massage.

Yes, there is wifi in the school. Generally it works well but sometimes it is cut a few hours. If you still want to be connected, I recommend buying a Nepalese SIM card before going to school. No worries, it's not expensive.

No need to take your yoga mat, you can use those of the school. Take a water bottle, anti mosquito (depending on the season) and your good mood.

Show

It takes a Visa to stay in Nepal, it is paid on site at the airport.

Nourriture

All meals are homemade, with fresh local products and with love. The meals are all vegetarian.

If you have a special diet, people working in the kitchen will take good care of you. No worries, they are used to it.

The philosophy :

Nestled in the middle of the hill, and surrounded by nature, the goal of the school is to train students to become quality yoga teachers.
The style is traditional and authentic (Sanatasana: which includes Hatha and Ashtanga, from Patanjali). Simply put, you will be specialized in Hatha.

Teachers will teach you asanas, but also pranayamas, mantras, rituals of purification, a little meditation but also the philosophy of yoga.
Indeed, the philosophy of yoga and its origin will be key topics, to really understand what "being a yogi" means.

To learn more about the training, here is a blog post that talks about it in detail: click here

Video :

Location:

Total price 236 €

Every day of the year

Nepal

Note that the price to pay is to reserve your place. You will have to pay the remaining amount once you arrive at the school.

regular price
€ 35,45
Reduced price
€ 35,45

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Stakeholders

The school was founded by Dr. Chintamani Gautam (aka Guru G.). He obtained his doctorate from Sanskrit in India and has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. He surrounds himself with several local teachers, who have complementary teaching styles.

How to book?

  • It's decided, I want to participate in a yoga retreat
  • I found the school of my dreams
  • I reserve easily thanks to secure online payment
  • I receive a confirmation email from Yogis on Roadtrip and from the school
  • I pay the remaining amount to the school on the day of arrival (bank card, bank transfer or cash)
  • It's time to enjoy!

Stay

Some of you know that I attended my training as a yoga teacher in Nepal.

I loved my school so much that I decided to make yoga retreat more accessible for you.

Commonly called Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) in English, the first level is to follow 200hours of course in 1 months.

Intensive training and real life experience, you will learn many things during this month like no other. Be it the philosophy of yoga, anatomy, pranayamas (breathing exercises), meditation and of course asanas (sports part of yoga). They will come out more fit than ever, and most of all, ready to teach.

During this yoga retreat, you will have the opportunity to participate in all these classes as well.

But then, why Nepal?

  • Authentic and traditional style
  • No mass tourism
  • Secure country for solo travelers
  • The mountains of Himalayas are very close (for those who love adventure)

And why this school?

The school is based in the Kathmandu Valley, far from the city center. The view of the school is breathtaking, it is the ideal place for those (and those) who wish to be connected to nature.

The school has existed for more than 10 years and the teachers are local, who practice for a very long time.

Program :

Here is what a typical day looks like:

  • 06: 00 to 06: 30 - Rising
  • 06: 30 to 07: 00 - Ritual of Purification and Tea
  • 07: 00 to 08: 00 - Mantras in Sanskirt and Pranayama
  • 08: 00 to 09: 30 - Asanas
  • 09: 30 to 10: 30 - Breakfast (best time of the day)
  • 10: 30 to 12: 30 - Asanas
  • 13: 00 to 14: 00 - Lunch
  • 14: 00 to 15: 00 - Rest / Revisions
  • 15: 00 to 16: 30 - Yoga workshop
  • 16: 30 to 18: 15 - Asanas and meditation
  • 18: 30 to 19: 30 - Dinner
  • 19: 30 to 21: 30 - Rest / Revisions

You can choose the courses that interest you, you do not have to go to every class.

Sunday is the day of rest, so you can go to visit the treasures of Nepal or rest.

Detail :

The courses are in English.

Dates and best time to leave:
There are no specific dates, you can join classes when you want, for as long as you like!

Nepal enjoys a dry season from October to May, where temperatures can reach more than 30 ° C in Kathmandu. This is the ideal season for those who want to do a trek on the mount of the Himalayas. Nevertheless, this means that this is the time when there are the most tourists.

The wet season (also called the rainy season) is from June to September. I chose to go during the month of July - August (in the middle of the rainy season), and it was raining only at night. The temperature was nice. The advantage in these months is that there are very few people going to Nepal. We were only 5 to follow yoga training during the July-August session, and during the August-September session, there were only 4 students. Ideal to have a very personalized follow-up.

The place :

The bedrooms:

The rooms consist of two single beds. It's up to you to choose whether you share your room with another student or if you prefer a double room. The rooms are not mixed!

Arrival conditions:

You can go to school when you want to start yoga retreat.

How to get there :

The school is easily accessible by taxi, which have an extremely affordable price in Nepal.

Useful information

The rate includes:

Meals, drinks, shared room, classes and 1 massage.

Yes, there is wifi in the school. Generally it works well but sometimes it is cut a few hours. If you still want to be connected, I recommend buying a Nepalese SIM card before going to school. No worries, it's not expensive.

No need to take your yoga mat, you can use those of the school. Take a water bottle, anti mosquito (depending on the season) and your good mood.

Show

It takes a Visa to stay in Nepal, it is paid on site at the airport.

Nourriture

All meals are homemade, with fresh local products and with love. The meals are all vegetarian.

If you have a special diet, people working in the kitchen will take good care of you. No worries, they are used to it.

The philosophy :

Nestled in the middle of the hill, and surrounded by nature, the goal of the school is to train students to become quality yoga teachers.
The style is traditional and authentic (Sanatasana: which includes Hatha and Ashtanga, from Patanjali). Simply put, you will be specialized in Hatha.

Teachers will teach you asanas, but also pranayamas, mantras, rituals of purification, a little meditation but also the philosophy of yoga.
Indeed, the philosophy of yoga and its origin will be key topics, to really understand what "being a yogi" means.

To learn more about the training, here is a blog post that talks about it in detail: click here

Video :

Location: