Top Iyengar Yoga Workshop in Rishikesh India

Best Iyengar Yoga School Rishikesh Provides, Iyengar Yoga Workshop in Rishikesh, this course is well designed for those who are interested to do Yoga. Our 10-days Iyengar Yoga Workshop Course and 20-days Iyengar Yoga Workshop Course in Rishikesh, is appropriate for intermediate students.
Iyengar Yoga can be challenging for beginners students, but no need to worry about!
here at Iyengar Yoga School in Rishikesh, We trained in such a way as to give the body full opportunity to adjust and align in a safe way. Yoga Teachers at Iyengar Yoga School in Rishikesh, are experienced, well educated and have been trained to pupilize specific body alignment to build strength and flexibility before moving to more challenging postures (asana).
Our Iyengar Yoga Workshop includes practicing Iyengar Yoga Class, Classical Hatha Yoga class, Yoga Philosophy class, Yoga Anatomy class and Pranayama class every day. These classes will run on working days, which means, till Monday to Saturday, sunday will be off.
At the end of each week we conduct a class for Questions and Answers and group discussion.

We are Providing two type of Iyengar Yoga Workshop:

Top Iyengar Yoga Workshop in Rishikesh - Best Iyengar Yoga Scool India

Course Fee Includes?
  • Private Accommodation
  • Yogic Food
  • Daily nutritious vegetarian meals and herbal tea
  • Yoga material
  • Weekend excursions
  • Free WiFi
  • Free taxi pick up service from Dehradun airport
  • Not included in Fee?
  • Air-conditioner Accommodation
  • Yoga Cloths (Means no dress coode)
  • Laundary Service

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    Iyengar Yoga Workshop

    10-days Iyengar Yoga Workshop Fee

    USD $ 999 Now USD $ 800 | 1 person
    Duration: 10 days /9 nights

    20-days Iyengar Yoga Workshop Fee

    USD $ 1998 Now USD $ 1500 | 1 person
    Duration: 20 days /19 nights

    Iyengar Yoga Workshop - Course Dates

    2nd to 11th Nov 2020 2nd to 21st Nov 2020 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd Dec to 11th Dec 2020 2nd Dec to 21st Dec 2020 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Jan 2021 2nd to 21st Jan 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Feb 2021 2nd to 21st Feb 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Mar 2021 2nd to 21st Mar 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Apr 2021 2nd to 21st Apr 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th May 2021 2nd to 21st May 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th June 2021 2nd to 21st June 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th July 2021 2nd to 21st July 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Aug 2021 2nd to 21st Aug 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Sep 2021 2nd to 21st Sep 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Oct 2021 2nd to 21st Oct 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Nov 2021 2nd to 21st Nov 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book
    2nd to 11th Dec 2021 2nd to 21st Dec 2021 Iyengar Yoga Book

    Pranayama is the practice of breath control in yoga. In modern yoga as exercise, it consists of synchronising the breath with movements between asanas, but is also a distinct breathing exercise on its own, usually practised after asanas.

    Types Of Pranayama

  • Quiet Breathing/ Deep Breathing/ Fast Breathing
  • Tribandha and Pranayama
  • Nadi Shuddhi Pranayama or Anuloma - Viloma (Alternate nostril breathing - I)
  • Anuloma - Viloma (Alternate Nostril Breathing - II)
  • Suryan Bhedan Pranayama (Right Nostril Breathing)
  • Ujjayi Pranayama


    Hatha yoga is the branch of yoga that typically comes to mind when you think of yoga in general terms. The practice involves breath, body, and mind, and classes are usually 45 minutes to 90 minutes of breathing, yoga poses, and meditation.

    Basic Hatha Yoga asanas for Beginners

  • Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
  • Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
  • Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend)
  • Adho Mukha Svanasana
  • Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose)
  • Halasana (Plough Pose)
  • Sirsasana (Head Stand)
  • Salabhasana (Locust Pose)


    Iyengar, and described in his bestselling 1966 book Light on Yoga, is a form of yoga as exercise that has an emphasis on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of yoga postures (asanas). The style often makes use of props, such as belts, blocks, and blankets, as aids in performing the asanas.

    Few Basic Yoga asanas

  • Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
  • Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
  • Adho Mukho Svanasana
  • Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
  • Kursiasana (Chair Pose)
  • Naukasana (Boat Pose)
  • Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
  • Paschimottanasana

    The Shatkarmas, also known as Shatkriyas, are a set of Yogic purifications of the body, to prepare for the main work of yoga towards moksha. These practices, outlined by Yogi Swatmarama in the Haṭha Yoga Pradipika as kriya, are Neti, Dhauti, Nauli, Basti, Kapalabhati, and Traṭaka.

    6 Cleansing Processes (6 kriyas)

  • Neti
  • Kapal Bhati
  • Dhauti
  • Basti (Enema)
  • Nauli
  • Trataka

    A study of Yoga anatomy covers the study of the body's muscles, joints, tissues, membranes, cells, and more. It is important for all Yoga instructors to understand what is occurring within the body to increase the blood flow to each muscle, and how this will affect the body.

  • Dynamics of Breathing
  • Yoga and the Spine
  • Understanding the Asanas
  • Standing Poses
  • Sitting Poses
  • Kneeling Poses
  • Supine Poses
  • Prone Poses
  • Arm Support Poses

    Yoga philosophy is one of the six major orthodox schools of Hinduism. Ancient, medieval and most modern literature often refers to the Yoga school of Hinduism simply as Yoga.
    The universe is conceptualized as composed of two realities in the Samhkya-Yoga schools: Puruṣa (consciousness) and prakriti (matter).

    The main philosophy of yoga is simple: mind, body, and spirit are all one and cannot be clearly separated.
    Yet, there is a multitude of philosophical ideas that are helpful to explore the deeper dimensions of the body, mind, and spirit.