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Yoga has its roots in India. It is an ancient practice and Yogis have been practicing it for thousands of years. There is a number of locations in India and in its subcontinent where the yoga can be learned and practiced. Here we are talking about the top four places which are ideal to practice yoga.
Rishikesh is one of the holiest cities in India. It is located in the foothills of the Himalayas. The holy river Ganga runs throughout the city. It is also the entranceway to the four holy temples; Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri, famously called Char Dham.
Every year lakhs of people visit Rishikesh for tours, Meditation, Yoga, and most importantly to take a dip in River Ganga to attain salvation. Celebrities like Kate Winslet, The Beatles, and Maggie O'Hara, etc have visited this place. Tourists also visit this place because of trekking, rafting, bungee jumping, and camping.
Rishikesh is widely famous for the practice of Yoga. It is known as the Yoga Capital of the World. It is the birthplace of Yoga since Yoga has been practiced in Rishikesh by Yogis for hundreds of years. It is completely surrounded by and soaked in spirituality and divine. Being the Yoga Capital of the World, it is undoubtedly the best in the world. It has a unique, traditional approach which compels people from the globe to learn and practice Yoga here.
Rishikesh holds International Yoga festivals and events every year which is attended by people all over the world. There are many yoga schools and ashrams offering Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh.
Dharamsala is located in Himachal Pradesh as its second capital after Shimla. It is surrounded by coniferous forests of the Western Himalayas. It has widely spread Tibetan settlement. McLeod Ganj, a suburb of Dharamsala, is also known as Little Lhasa. It is settled near the mountain Dhauladhar. The place is also significant due to the resident of His Holiness Dalai Lama. It is also quite famous for International Cricket Stadium, Kangra Green Tea, and Clouds End Villa which is the resident of the heir of the royal family in Dharamsala.
Spirituality and divine are spread all over Dharamsala. Buddhism is quite prevalent in this area. It is a quiet, peaceful and serene location which is far from modern day-to-day stress, anxiety, and other mental strains. Dharamsala has a magnificent ambiance that can give you a good break from your regular life. Practicing yoga in this surrounding provides the connection and integration of body, mind, and soul.
If you want to take a break from your regular life and get the experience to be healthy physically and mentally then you can register in any Yoga Teacher Training in Dharamsala or any Yoga Retreat. We have the best teachers with the best atmosphere to learn and practice Yoga.
Goa is the smallest state of India by area. It is among the top tourist destinations in India. It has lots of reasons to be the most popular tourist spot in India. It has marvelous beaches, magnificent churches, water sports, exotic and relishing food, casinos, wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, etc. Fusion of European and Indian lifestyle and culture is also famous among tourists. Portuguese ruled Goa for so many years that the influence is almost omnipresent even today.
Yoga in Goa
In the contemporary world, most of the people seek sound health and spirituality from yoga. A sound health and spirituality mean inner strength and calmness, focused and patient mind, or in short perfect balance of body, mind, and soul. Yoga works as an energy booster and stress buster that helps in the relaxation of mind. What can be better than Goa to live through such experiences!
If ambiance is an important factor for you to practice or learn then Goa is the best place you can be in. Lush green areas, beautiful beaches, and waterfall are enough to set up the spirit to practice yoga. Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga are quite popular in Goa but not limited to these two.
Nepal is a landlocked country which is mostly located in the Himalayas. It is popular for the highest mountain on the Earth; the Mount Everest. It is one of the reasons to be famous for mountaineering. It is also known widely as the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Nepal is also said to be the country of King Janaka, father of Sita, from the epic Ramayana.
Nepal has its own yogic aura and vibes which is probably because of the blend of Hinduism and Buddhism that are closely associated with meditation and yoga. It is an exquisite country with beautiful lakes rivers, caves, waterfalls, forests, etc and seems like an ideal place to practice yoga and meditation like the olden days.
Nepal is one of those countries which have still not been affected by modernization. Its surrounding feels like raw, pure, and divine. Nepal does not have an extreme type of climate which makes it possible here to practice yoga all year round. Learning and practicing yoga can be merged with trekking to make it more fun, enjoyable and comfortable.
If you are fond of trekking or mountaineering and thinking about doing the same in Nepal then you can make the Yoga Teacher Training Course a part of your plan. It will definitely be efficient and competent during your tasks. After trekking or mountaineering, yoga can help in reducing pain and aches. It can be helpful in back pain, blood pressure, strained joints, etc. The serene location helps in meditation which keeps the mind calm, quiet and at peace.
These are the best locations in the Indian subcontinent to learn and practice yoga and inhibit in one’s life. For an authentic yoga course, Visit Chandra Yoga International.