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    Practice Yoga in the Soothing Valley of Dharamsala

    Dharamsala has been the great attention of tourists in India and across the globe for its grand climate and beautiful sights that rejuvenates the person from within. Tourists visit Dharamsala in winters to enjoy the weather and catch the mesmerizing views that blow away all the life tensions and stress. People come to Dharamsala to enjoy and seek mental peace by experiencing the greatness of this valley. Mahamukti Yoga teachers and practitioners have chosen this site of Dharamsala to teach yoga in this chilling yet soothing weather.

    Dharamshala is the region in the Kangra valley of Himalaya and is surrounded by dense forest that has mainly Deodar trees. The impenetrable forest region in the beautiful valley of Himalayas makes it a perfect destination to learn yoga. The hill side of Dharamsala gives a peaceful atmosphere and the sound of birds in relaxing environment makes Yoga a rejoicing and spiritual exercise.

     


     

    Why should you learn Yoga in Dharamshala?

    • Great place to begin yoga practice day: The dense forest of Dharamshala is the best place to start your day if you are learning yoga. Students of yoga teacher training course at Mahamukti begin with walk to these forests that relax their inner mind. Sounds of birds, soothing morning breeze and peace being close with nature- is in itself is a soothing exercise.
    • Complements Health in the Best Way: The fresh air coming from the deodar trees in dense forest of Kangra valley and relaxing and rejuvenating breeze of oxygen makes this place truly divine. Practicing yoga in fresh air and peaceful environment is considered to be most important and effective. Here in Dharamsala, when you begin your day with listening to the melodious sounds of birds under the healing morning sun rays, Yoga becomes a natural spiritual exercise.
    • Peaceful Ambiance to Meditate: Meditation is the basic part of Yoga. To learn yoga you need to be peaceful at your mind. The blissful and idyllic environment of Dharamshala sets the perfect premise to meditate and connect with God in the ideal state. Here Yoga takes a step ahead with not being only a physical exercise, but a passage to reach God with complete surrender to the supreme power.
    • Learning the Yoga Philosophy: Where can one understand the deep philosophies of Yoga better than the environment of Dharamsala? The peace of the valley helps you understand the core of Yoga and learn the right lessons that you can further pass on to your students.

     

  • Yoga teacher training dates for Dharamsala 2017

    YTTC Dates Fees (USD) Status
    3rd May to 30th May 2017 1350 Waiting List
    4th Jun to 30th Jun 2017 1350 Open
    3rd Jul to 30th Jul 2017 1350 Open
    3rd Aug to 28th Aug 2017 1350 Open
    3rd Sept to 28th Sept 2017 1350 Open
    3rd Oct to 28th Oct 2017 1350 Open
    1st Nov to 26th Nov 2017 1350 Open

    Euro 100 off if full fees is paid before 3 months of course date

    Including accommodation, food, mates and supporting tools provided. Advance registration conformation Fees : Euros 250 single applicant | Euro 400 for 2 applicants
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    How to reach Dharamsala

    Dharamshala and McLeod Ganj are situated in the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, around 480 km north of New Delhi. Center For Living Buddhist Art is in Dharamshala, about 20 minutes by private car/taxi from McLeod Ganj.

    BY AIR  : Direct flights operate between Delhi and Gaggal airport, Dharamshala. From Dharamshala airport is around 25 km/1hr by taxi.

    BY RAIL : The closest railhead is Pathankot, around 80 km/3hrs from Dharamshala by taxi.

    BY ROAD : Dharamsala is a 480 km/12 hr drive from Delhi. Overnight buses depart from Delhi every day, usually at around 6 p.m. and arrive in Dharamshala at around 5 a.m. the next morning.