Pyramid Yogshala

Kirmola Laxmanjhula, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand - 249302, India

200H MULTI-STYLE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

ESCAPE TO YOGIC PARADISE:

Join our 22-Day YTTC Journey in Havelock Island.

COURSE OVERVIEW

LOW SEASON (MAR - SEP) COURSE FEES
Private Room:
US $1699
US $1529.1
2 Persons in a Private Room:
US $2999
US $2699.1
HIGH SEASON (OCT - FEB) COURSE FEES
Private Room:
US $1899
US $1709.1
2 Persons in a Private Room:
US $3199
US $2879.1

ABOUT THIS 200 HOURS YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE

Welcome to Pyramid Yogshala’s 22-day 200-hours yoga teacher training course in Havelock Island, Andaman and Nicobar. Here is  beautiful Retreat Center is located on a private beach, and we offer double and private rooms with air conditioning. We provide three vegan or vegetarian meals per day, and all meals are included in the program price.

There are three types of yoga practiced in our program: hatha, ashtanga, and vinyasa. We also cover a variety of other topics, including mantra chanting, anatomy, yoga philosophy, meditation, adjustment and alignment, pranayama, and shatkriya.

Our goal is to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to become a confident and effective yoga teacher. We believe that 200 Hours Yoga Teachers Training Course is a powerful tool for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, and we are committed to helping you share this gift with others.

This teacher training course is especially tailored for couples and solo travelers. 

During your 200 Hours yoga Teacher Training Course, you will stay at the Lemon Grass Yoga Retreat Center in Havelock Island, India. The center is located on a beautiful beach, surrounded by coconut trees and offering stunning views of the turquoise blue waters of the Andaman Sea.

The center has a variety of accommodation options, including private rooms, dormitory-style rooms, and family suites. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, en suite bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi.

The center also has a number of facilities, including a 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course studio, a meditation room, a swimming pool, a restaurant, and a bar. There are also a variety of activities available, such as yoga classes, meditation sessions, beach walks, and boat trips.

The Lemon Grass Yoga Retreat Center is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate while you learn about yoga and meditation. The beautiful surroundings and the friendly staff will make you feel at home.

About the Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a group of islands in the Bay of Bengal, located about 1,250 kilometers (780 miles) off the coast of India. The islands are home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including mangrove forests, coral reefs, and a variety of marine life. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are also home to a number of indigenous tribes, many of whom still live a traditional way of life.

Havelock Island is one of the largest islands in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is located in the Ritchie’s Archipelago, about 70 kilometers (43 miles) from Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Havelock Island is known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and abundant marine life. The island is a popular destination for scuba diving, snorkeling, and other water sports.

Here are some of the things you can do on Havelock Island:

  • Scuba diving and snorkeling: The waters around Havelock Island are home to a variety of coral reefs and marine life, making it a great place for scuba diving and snorkeling. There are a number of dive sites located around the island, including Radhanagar Beach, which is considered to be one of the best beaches in India
  • Relax on the beach: Havelock Island has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Spend your days swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying the peace and quiet of the island.
  • Go on a jungle trek: The interior of Havelock Island is covered in dense jungle. There are a number of jungle treks that you can take, which will allow you to explore the island’s natural beauty.
  • Visit a tribal village: There are a number of indigenous tribes living on Havelock Island. You can visit one of these villages to learn about their culture and way of life.
  • Go camping: There are a number of campsites located on Havelock Island. This is a great way to experience the island’s natural beauty and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
  • Go fishing: The waters around Havelock Island are teeming with fish. You can go fishing from the shore or take a boat out to sea.
  • Go hiking: There are a number of hiking trails located on Havelock Island. These trails will take you through the island’s jungles, beaches, and villages.
  • Go birdwatching: The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are home to a variety of birds. You can go birdwatching in the forests, on the beaches, and in the villages.
  • Learn about the island’s history: Havelock Island has a rich history. You can learn about the island’s history by visiting the Havelock Island Museum or by talking to the locals.

If you are looking for a relaxing and beautiful vacation, Havelock Island is the perfect place for you. The island has something to offer everyone, from scuba divers and snorkelers to beach lovers and jungle explorers.

Here are some of the things you should know before visiting Havelock Island:
  • The best time to visit Havelock Island is during the winter months (November-March), when the weather is dry and sunny.
  • The island is relatively inexpensive to visit. You can find budget-friendly accommodation, food, and activities.
  • There are a number of tour operators on the island that can help you plan your trip.
  • The island is home to a number of indigenous tribes. It is important to be respectful of their culture and way of life.
  • The island is located in a remote area. It is important to be prepared for anything, including bad weather and medical emergencies.
THE RIGHT YOGA COURSE FOR YOU!

This course is carefully crafted for individuals with diverse aspirations, bringing together the best of both worlds: a 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course experience set in a tropical paradise. If you dream of becoming a certified Yoga teacher and yearn to immerse yourself in the serenity of a tropical retreat, this course is tailor-made for you. Our comprehensive curriculum, led by experienced and passionate instructors, will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to confidently guide others on their yoga journey.

For the adventurous travelers seeking an intense 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course retreat in the heart of tropical Southeast Asia, look no further. Havelock Island offers the perfect backdrop for self-discovery and rejuvenation. Surrounded by pristine beaches and lush greenery, this paradise is an idyllic setting to deepen your practice and connect with nature on a profound level.

If you seek a traditional 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Trainig Course experience in India but desire an alternative to the bustling scenes of Rishikesh and Goa, our Havelock Island course is your oasis of authenticity. Rooted in the rich heritage of yoga, we embrace the traditional teachings while infusing modern elements to meet the evolving needs of aspiring teachers.

Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or just beginning your journey, our 22-day 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course in Havelock Island is designed to accommodate all levels of experience. Embark on this soul-stirring adventure, where yoga, nature, and self-realization converge, leaving you with cherished memories and a profound transformation that will last a lifetime. Join us on this extraordinary voyage as we delve into the depths of yoga amidst the tropical splendor of Havelock Island.

Specialists in Yoga Teacher Training

At Pyramid Yogshala, we are dedicated to nurturing and empowering the next generation of yoga teachers, providing them with comprehensive and transformative training experiences. Our team of highly skilled and experienced yoga instructors is committed to guiding aspiring teachers through an enriching journey of self-discovery and knowledge. With a curriculum that combines ancient wisdom with modern techniques, our 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course offer a holistic approach, covering various styles of yoga, meditation, pranayama, anatomy, and teaching methodology. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced practitioner, our tailored programs cater to all levels, ensuring that each participant develops a deep understanding of yoga’s true essence. Join us at Pyramid Yogshala and embark on an inspiring voyage towards becoming a confident, compassionate, and proficient yoga teacher. Unfold your potential, share the gift of yoga, and make a positive impact on lives around the world.

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AFFILIATED WITH YOGA ALLIANCE USA

All students who complete the course will receive diploma and are eligible to register withYoga Alliance as 200 Hours Registered Yoga Teachers (200RYT®).

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

FOOD

♦ Satvik Yogi Food

♦ Locally Sourced

♦ Fresh Produce & Medicinal Spices

♦ Three meals a day

♦ Herbal Tea and chai

♦ Custom Food Preferences

FACILITIES

♦ Located on a private beach

♦ Secluded and peaceful 

♦Tropical paradise environment

♦Close to cafes, shops and other modern ameneties

ACCOMODATION

♦ Private and double AC rooms

♦ Cabins with Balcony 

♦ Garden and beach views

♦ Wi-Fi and other modern amenities

♦ Laundry on request

This 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course is designed to be both comprehensive and challenging. We will cover all of the essential topics that yoga teachers need to know, and we will provide you with plenty of opportunities to practice and learn.

Here is a brief overview of what you can expect to learn in our program:

  • Asana: We will teach you a variety of asanas, including standing poses, seated poses, backbends, twists, and inversions. We will also teach you how to modify poses for different levels of experience and ability.
  • Pranayama: We will teach you different pranayama techniques, such as deep breathing, diaphragmatic breathing, and alternate nostril breathing. We will also teach you how to use pranayama to improve your physical and mental health.
  • Yoga philosophy: We will teach you about the history of yoga, the different schools of yoga, and the key concepts of yoga philosophy, such as the eight limbs of yoga and the five yamas and niyamas.
  • Teaching methodology: We will teach you how to teach 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course yoga. We will teach you how to create a safe and effective yoga class, how to sequence poses, how to modify poses, and how to give verbal cues.
  • Other topics: We will also cover a variety of other topics, such as mantra chanting, anatomy, ayurveda, and meditation.

Benefits of Attending

There are many benefits to attending our yoga teacher training program in Havelock island. Here are just a few:

  • Learn from experienced instructors: Our instructors are all experienced yoga teachers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge with others.
  • Practice in a beautiful setting: Our Retreat Center is located on a private beach in Havelock Island, Andaman Islands. The setting is beautiful and inspiring, and it provides a perfect environment for learning 200 Hours yoga Teacher Training Course.
  • Make new friends: You will have the opportunity to meet other yoga enthusiasts from all over the world. This can be a great way to make new friends and build a network of support.
  • Gain the skills and knowledge you need to become a yoga teacher: Our program will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to become a confident and effective yoga teacher.

ABOUT THIS 200 HOURS YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE

UPCOMING DATES

COURSE FEES

LOW SEASON (MAR - SEP) COURSE FEES
Private Room:
US $1699
US $1529.1
2 Persons in a Private Room:
US $2999
US $2699.1
HIGH SEASON (OCT - FEB) COURSE FEES
Private Room:
US $1899
US $1709.1
2 Persons in a Private Room:
US $3199
US $2879.1

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COURSE CURRICULUM

This 200 Hour Yoga TTC Course is tailored to meet the needs of yogis of all levels. Equal focus is paid to theoretical and practical aspects.

All subjects and topics are those prescribed in the extensive and holistic format laid out by Yoga Alliance USA. 

Here’s a quick snapshot for you.

Pranayama is a set of Yogic Techniques and practices generally defined as breath control and is on its own considered a science. Here is what you’ll learn on the subject:

  1. Introduction of pranayama
  2. Benefits of pranayama
  3. The Pranic body
  4. Prana and lifestyle
  5. Breath, health & pranayama
  6. Pranayama and spiritual development

Techniques:

  • Kapala-bhati (frontal brain cleansing
  • Nadi-sodhanam (psychic network purification)
  • Bhastrika (bellows breath)
  • Ujjayi (the psychic breath)
  • Sheetatli (cooling breath)
  • Sheetkari (hissing breath)
  • Bhramari (humming bee breath)
  • Surya-bheda (vitality stimulating breath)

Mudras and bandhas are two important aspects of yoga that can help to improve one’s physical, mental, and emotional health. Mudras are hand gestures that are said to have a variety of benefits, including stimulating the chakras, balancing the doshas, and improving concentration. Bandhas are subtle locks that are used to control the flow of prana (life force energy) through the body.

The 4 bandhas that will be taught in the module are:

  • Mula bandha: This is the root lock, which is located at the base of the spine. It is said to help to improve digestion, strengthen the pelvic floor, and increase energy levels.
  • Uddiyana bandha: This is the abdominal lock, which is located in the abdomen. It is said to help to improve digestion, reduce stress, and increase lung capacity.
  • Jalendra bandha: This is the chin lock, which is located at the base of the throat. It is said to help to improve concentration, reduce stress, and improve the voice.
  • Maha bandha: This is the great lock, which is a combination of mula bandha, uddiyana bandha, and jalandhara bandha. It is said to have a powerful effect on the body and mind, and is said to be able to help to reverse the aging process.

The main yoga mudras that will be taught in the module are:

  • Chin mudra: This mudra is formed by placing the tip of the index finger on the tip of the thumb. It is said to help to improve concentration, reduce stress, and improve the voice.
  • Gyan mudra: This mudra is formed by touching the tip of the index finger to the tip of the middle finger. It is said to help to improve concentration, reduce stress, and promote spiritual development.
  • Dhyana mudra: This mudra is formed by touching the tips of the index finger and the thumb together, with the remaining fingers extended. It is said to help to promote meditation and concentration.
  • Prana mudra: This mudra is formed by touching the tips of the thumb and the ring finger together, with the remaining fingers extended. It is said to help to improve circulation, reduce stress, and promote longevity.

The module on mudras and bandhas will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of these important aspects of yoga. Students will learn the correct way to perform each mudra and bandha, as well as the benefits of each practice. The module will also include a number of practical exercises that students can use to improve their practice.

Mantras are sacred sounds or words that are believed to have spiritual or healing power. They are often chanted or sung as part of yoga practice, and they can be used to focus the mind, promote relaxation, and connect with the divine.

The best way to learn how to chant mantras is to practice. During the Mantra module, students will have the opportunity to practice chanting different mantras in a safe and supportive environment.

Here is glimpse of what you’ll learn.

  • Introduction to Mantras

    • What are mantras?
    • The different types of mantras
    • The meaning of mantras
  • Chanting Techniques

    • Correct pronunciation
    • Breath control
    • Visualization
  • Practicing Mantra Chanting

    • Chanting different mantras
    • Integrating mantra chanting into yoga practice

Shatkarma is the Sanskrit term for one of the six yogic purification techniques (kriyas) as outlined in the “Hatha Yoga Pradipika.” The purpose of these cleansing techniques is to keep the body strong, clean and healthy. They remove toxins and anything blocking the flow of prana in the body.

Practicing shatkarmas internally purifies the body, and makes pranayama and meditation practice easier by preparing the body to perform these practices without distraction, discomfort or fatigue. This is a traditional yogic cleansing technique which is very effective and good to remove many illnesses and open the body blockages. You’ll learn:

  • Jal Neti
  • Rubber Neti
  • Kunjal

Indian traditional yoga style is called “Hatha” (“ha” means sun “Tha” means  moon) Unifying the sun and the moon within (Yin and Yang). It’s a physical method for preparing and maintaining the body, providing stamina, flexibility, balance and strength. This is the most traditional, popular and beneficial yoga style.

What you’ll practice:

  1. Joints warm ups ( pawanmuktasana series a b and c)
  2. Surya namaskar (sun Salutation) & Chandra Namaskara (moon salutation)
  3. Yoga Mudrasana
  4. Matsyasana

  5. Gupta Padmasana

  6. Baddha Padmasana

  7. Kukkutasana

  8. Garbhasana

Backward bending Asanas

  1. Saral Bhujangasana (Easy cobra pose)
  2. Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)
  3. Tiryaka Bhujangasana (twisting cobra pose)
  4. Sarpasana (snake pose)
  5. Ardha Shalabhasana (half locust pose)
  6. Shalabhasana (locust pose)
  7. SaralDhanurasana (easy bow pose)
  8. Kandharasana (shoulder pose)
  9. Ardha Chandrasana (half moon pose)
  10. Setu Asana (bridge pose)
  11. Gomukhasana (cow’s face pose)

Forward bending Asanas 

  1. Paschimottanasana (back stretching pose)
  2. GatyatmakPaschimottanasasna (dynamic back stretch pose)
  3. Pada Prasar Paschimottanasana (legs spread back stretch pose)
  4. Janu Sirsasana (head to knee pose)
  5. Ardha Padma paschimottanasana (half lotus back stretching pose)
  6. Hasta Padangusthasana (finger to toe stretch)
  7. Padahastasana (hand to foot pose)
  8. Sirsha Angústia Yogasana (head to toe pose)
  9. Utthita Janu Sirsasana (standing head between knees pose)

Spinal twisting & Advanced Asanas

  1. Ardha Matsyendrasana (half spinal twist)
  2. Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (spiralled head to knee pose)

3.Poorna Bhujangasana (full cobra pose)

4.Kurmasana (tortoise pose)

5.Poorna Salabhasana (full locust pose)

6.Poorna Dhanurasana (full bow pose)

7.Dhanur Aakarshan-asana (archer’s posed)

8.Chakrasana (wheel pose)

9.Hanumanasana (leg splitting pose)

  1. Poorna Matsyendrasana (full spinal twist pose)
  2. Mayurasana (peacock pose)
  3. Padma mayurasana (Lotus or bound peacock pose)
  4. Gorakshasana (Yogi Gorakhnath’s pose)
  5. Astavakrasana (eight-twists pose)
  6. Vrschikasana (scorpion pose)
  7. Inverted pose, balancing pose and core pose

An intensive and integral part of yoga, Ashtanga yoga style requires deep commitment and self-practice to achieve the goal. The Pyramid’s yoga instructors are experienced teachers and advanced practitioners of the AShtanga style and  will guide you safely through the hardest postures. you’ll learn the complete Led primary series:

Warm up sequences:

  • Surya Namaskar A
  • Surya Namaskar B

Standing poses

  1. Hasta Padangusthasana & Pada Hastasana
  2. Utthita Trikonasana
  3. Parivrtta Trikonasana
  4. Utthita Parsvakonasana
  5. Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
  6. Prasarita Padottanasana A, B, C & D
  7. Utthita Parsvottanasana
  8. Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana
  9. Utthita Parshwa Sahita
  10. Utthita Eka Padasana
  11. Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana
  12. Utkatasana
  13. Virabhadrasana A,B and C
  14. Paschimottanasana A, B and C
  15. Purvottanasana
  16. Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana
  17. Tryang Mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana
  18. Janu Sirsasana A,B and C
  19. Marichyasana A,B and D
  20. Navasana
  21. Lolasana
  22. Bhujapidasana
  23. Kurmasana
  24. Garbha Pindasana
  25. Kukkutasana
  26. Baddha Konasana A & B
  27. Konasana A & B

Intermediate Asanas 

  1. Salabhasana A & B
  2. Dhanurasana
  3. Ustrasana
  4. Kapotasana A & B
  5. Supta Vajrasana
  6. Bakasana A
  7. Bakasana B Jump
  8. ArdhaMatsyendrasana
  9. Yoga Nidrasana
  10. Tittibhasana
  11. Pincha Mayurasana
  12. Vatayana Asana
  13. Gomukhasana A & B
  14. Hasta Sirsasana (head stand)

Advanced A (optional)

    1. Kasyapa Asana
    2. Bhairava Asana
    3. Urdhva Kukkutasana A
    4. Galavasana
    5. Eka Pada Viparita Dandasana
    6. Viparita Salabhasana
    7. GandhaBherundasana
    8. Hanumanasana
    9. Natarajasana
    10. Raja Kapotasana
  • During these classes, you will learn how a perfect posture should be. You will also learn how to connect with your future students through correct class verbal guidance and touch adjustment, and about recurrent yoga injuries and how to prevent them. Teaching methodology is one the most important part of the course as our students will learn the following:

    1. How to conduct a class
    2. Classroom management
    3. How to get in and come out from the posture
    4. How to assist & help while teaching the class
    5. Which kind of words you should be using as a yoga teacher
    6. What makes you different than other teachers in terms of teaching.
    7. Which kind of asanas you should recommend with different health issue
    8. How to use belts, bolster, bricks and chair during the class adjustment.

The history of yoga, the sutras of Patanjali and the importance of yoga and its origins in India, are the subjects of these classes and lectures.  A question and answer session is performed in every class  so doubts can be addressed, and students can deepen their knowledge about yoga.

Anatomy classes expose how the body, bones, inner systems, and respiration are affected by asanas and the flow of breath. To know The basic structure and function of the organs and systems is very important to practitioners, so that their work as yoga teacher can be safe and  beneficial to future students. This is what you’ll learn:

  1. Complete Body Anatomy 
  2. Skeleton system
  3. Muscular system
  4. Circulatory system
  5. Nervous system
  6. Respiratory system
  7. Endocrine system
  8. Joints and movement.

The meditation module of your 200h YTTC is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the different types of meditation and how they can be used to improve one’s physical, mental, and emotional health. The course will cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • The history and philosophy of meditation
  • The different types of meditation, such as mindfulness, trataka, and japa
  • The benefits of meditation for physical and mental health
  • How to teach meditation to others

The course will also include a number of practical exercises, such as guided meditations and pranayama (breathing exercises). These exercises will help students to develop their own meditation practice and to experience the benefits of meditation firsthand.

The yoga nidra component of the course is particularly important, as it is a powerful tool for relaxation and stress relief. Yoga nidra is a guided meditation that allows the practitioner to relax deeply and to access the subconscious mind. This can be a very beneficial experience, as it can help to release tension, improve sleep, and promote overall well-being.

Overall, the meditation module of your 200h YTTC is a valuable addition to the course. It will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to teach meditation to others and to experience the benefits of meditation for themselves.

Here are some additional details about the topics that will be covered in the meditation module:

  • Introduction to meditation: This section will provide an overview of the history, philosophy, and benefits of meditation. Students will learn about the different types of meditation and how they can be used to improve one’s physical, mental, and emotional health.
  • Mindfulness: Mindfulness is a type of meditation that involves paying attention to the present moment without judgment. This can be a very helpful practice for reducing stress and anxiety.
  • Nada Brahma: Nada Brahma is a meditation technique that involves listening to the subtle sounds of the body and mind. This can be a very calming and relaxing experience.
  • Metta: Metta is a meditation technique that involves cultivating feelings of love, compassion, and goodwill towards oneself and others. This can be a very powerful practice for transforming negative emotions and creating a more peaceful world.
  • Gratitude meditation: Gratitude meditation is a practice that involves focusing on the things that one is grateful for. This can be a very helpful way to cultivate a positive outlook on life.
  • Anuloma Viloma with Prana Shuddhi: Anuloma Viloma is a pranayama (breathing exercise) that is often used in conjunction with meditation. This practice can help to calm the mind and promote relaxation.
  • Trataka: Trataka is a meditation technique that involves gazing at a fixed point. This can be a very effective way to train the mind and to develop concentration.
  • Ajapa Japa: Ajapa Japa is a meditation technique that involves repeating a mantra silently. This can be a very calming and relaxing practice.
  • Antar Mouna: Antar Mouna is a meditation technique that involves practicing inner silence. This can be a very challenging but rewarding practice.
  • Japa meditation: Japa meditation is a meditation technique that involves repeating a mantra aloud. This can be a very powerful way to focus the mind and to cultivate concentration.
  • Yoga Nidra: Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation that allows the practitioner to relax deeply and to access the subconscious mind. This can be a very beneficial experience, as it can help to release tension, improve sleep, and promote overall well-being.

DAILY SCHEDULE & ITINERARY

SESSION TIME
Wake Up:05:30 AM
Morning Tea:06:00 AM – 06:30 AM
Hatha Yoga Class:06:30 AM – 08:00 AM
Pranayama:08:00 AM – 09:00 AM
Breakfast/Tea:09:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Mantra/Anatomy/Teaching Methodology/Adjustment:10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Tea Break:11:30 PAM – 11:45 AM
Teaching Methodology/Anatomy:11:45 AM – 12:45 PM
Lunch:01:00 PM – 03:00 PM
Philosophy:03:30 PM – 04:00 PM
Tea Break:04:00 PM – 04:30 PM
Ashtanga Vinyasa:04:30 PM – 06:00 PM
Meditation/Yoga Nidra:06:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Dinner:7:30 – 09:00 PM

During your yoga teacher training course, you will stay at the LemonGrass Yoga Retreat Center in Havelock Island, India, or similar facilities in the vicinity. The center is located on a beautiful beach, surrounded by coconut trees and offering stunning views of the turquoise blue waters of the Andaman Sea.

The center has a variety of accommodation options, including private rooms, dormitory-style rooms, and family suites. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, en suite bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi.

The center also has a number of facilities, including a yoga studio, a meditation room, a restaurant, and a bar. There are also a variety of activities available, such as yoga classes, meditation sessions, beach walks, and boat trips.

The Lemon Grass Yoga Retreat Center is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate while you learn about yoga and meditation. The beautiful surroundings and the friendly staff will make you feel at home.

There is a lot to do and see around here. These are not included in the price but we can arrange upon  request.

  • 1. Snorkeling

  • 2. Diving

  • 3. Rent a scooter

  • 4. Jungle walks

  • 5. Beach walks

  • 6. Cliff jumping

  • 7. Underwater walk

  • 9. Ocean Kayaking

  • 10. Banana boat

  • 11. Parasailing and paragliding

  • 13. Experience the Andaman’s culture 

  • Yoga kit – Comprehensive Yoga book, yoga matt, notebook and pen, yoga shirt, rudraksha meditation mala, and a bag
  • 3 fresh delicious  meals a day
  • 22 nights accommodation (1 in Port Blair, 21 in Havelock)
  • All Transfers from airport to resort, and back to the airport.
  • 2 Deep tissue massages during the stay
  • 1 Ayurveda workshop
  • 1 Jungle hike
  • 1 Sea walk
  • 1 banana boat trip
  • Certificate of completion

♦ Airfare

♦ Visa fees

♦ Yoga Alliance fees

♦ Personal expenses

♦ Additional activities and excursions

♦ Additional nights and meals

You can reach Port Blair by plane, as it has an international airport called Veer Savarkar Airport (IXZ). It is located in the capital town of Port Blair, which is the gateway to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Port Blair is connected by air to Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Bhubaneswar. Air India, Jet Airways, Jet lite, Go Air, and Spice Jet Airlines operate regular flights to Port Blair.

Upon your arrival at the airport, a driver will be waiting for you to take you to the hotel in town where you will spend your first night.

Here are some additional details about how to reach Port Blair by plane:

  • The Veer Savarkar Airport is located about 2 kilometers south of the city center.
  • There are several airlines that offer direct flights to Port Blair from major cities in India.
  • The flight time from Chennai is about 2 hours, from Kolkata is about 2.5 hours, from New Delhi is about 4 hours, and from Bhubaneswar is about 1.5 hours.
  • The airport is open 24 hours a day.
  • There are several options for transportation from the airport to the city center, including taxis, buses, and rickshaws.

Reservation Deposit Policy

  • A deposit of 15% of the total price is required to make a reservation.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, but your booking can be rescheduled for a future date without any additional costs.
  • The remaining balance is due on check-in.

Additional Details

  • The deposit is due at the time of booking.
  • If you cancel your reservation, the deposit is non-refundable.
  • You can reschedule your reservation for a future date without any additional costs.
  • A minimum of 8 participants is needed for the course to be held. If this number isn’t met, your booking will be rescheduled for a future batch.
  • Your deposit is only refundable if the minimum number of participants isn’t met and your availability does not match the rescheduled dates.

Important Dates

  • Deposit due date: At the time of booking
  • Rescheduling deadline: At least 7 days before the start date
  • Check-in date: On the day of the course

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