• $2,600.00 – Tuition Price in USD - $500 deposit upon registration (Ashram stay fee separate)
  • $2,300.00 – EARLY BIRD Tuition Price in USD before Sept. 30th (Ashram stay fee separate)

Ashram fee payable to the venue upon arrival (About 1200 rupees + tax per day for 30 days, which is about $555 USD).

Date & Time Details: Arrival in Dehradun morning or afternoon of Thursday Jan. 30th

Location: Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram

Address: Rishikesh, India


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200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training (February 2020)

With Yogrishi Vishvketu, Eila Devi and Mary Hammerstein

January 30 - February 28, 2020


Yogrishi Vishvketu
Yogrishi Vishvketu is an internationally renowned teacher, conference presenter and yoga teacher trainer. The co-founder of Akhanda Yoga (with Chetana Panwar/Jessica Torrens), he began his journey as a student and practitioner of Hatha and Raja yoga and the Vedic healing arts as a child in northern India. Yogrishi Vishvketu teaches holistic yoga workshops internationally, incorporating diverse aspects of the practice: asana, pranayama, cleansing kriyas, Ayurveda and Vedic chanting, as well as offering Yoga Alliance registered 200- and 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) programs in Canada and in Rishikesh, India. He calls this holistic style of teaching Akhanda Yoga, meaning whole…
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Eila Devi
Eila Devi is a dedicated practitioner and impassioned facilitator of yoga and embodiment. With extensive yoga training and a background in bodywork, her sessions enliven the human anatomy and physiology experience. She continues study in Ayurveda and asana, and offers seasonal practices for optimal health and vitality throughout the year. Eila has been teaching hatha yoga and therapeutic yoga since 2000, and enjoys teaching from the holistic spectrum that Akhanda Yoga offers. She values the local yoga class, the Ashram stay, and a home yoga practice as equal platforms for deepening self trust, and skillfully encourages students on their own path.…
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Mary Hammerstein
During a time of personal challenges, I instinctually immersed myself in yoga. The practice helped me regain my health and reconnect with myself after a car accident left me bed-ridden for a year, and after ending an engagement two weeks prior to the wedding. Yoga helped me breathe my way home as I cared for my mother during her 4-year battle with uterine cancer. Teaching yoga provides me connections that have carried me across continents and through cities and towns all over the world. I received my 200-hour certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. This gentle and…
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