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Geeta asked

Hi Ruchi, In the absence of a full fledged yoga institute in my vicinity, do you think i could just follow Shri Ramdev Maharaj on TV to learn basic yoga . I have been a kinetic person , now slowed down after a roller coaster life..
25 Feb 2017, 05:54pm
Hi Geeta, entirely your choice to select the yoga routine of your liking for fitness. There are several TV programs, online/YouTube videos to choose from. Yoga away joyfully! Ruchi
25 Feb 2017, 07:43pm View Less
Hi Geeta, entirely your choice to select the yoga routine of your liking for fitness. There are seve

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Jhansi asked

Hi Ruchi, Could you please suggest me some well reputed yoga institutions for certification in hyderabad? Thank You, Jhansi.
21 Feb 2017, 10:32am
Hi Jhansi, I wouldn't know a specific institute in Hyderabad. It's best to first narrow down the purpose of learning yoga before looking for an institute. Is it to become a yoga instructor, yoga therapist, personal learning, spiritual gain or any other? Then look for an institute that caters to that. You'll find courses starting from one month 200 hours intensive certificate course, two year Masters to a few years residential courses. The fee is also a big consideration. Hope this helps, Love, Ruchi
25 Feb 2017, 10:12am View Less
Hi Jhansi,

I wouldn't know a specific institute in Hyderabad. It's best to first narrow down the

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Santoshi asked

Hello Ruchi ji, I wanted to know if i can get a certification for Yoga and become a Yoga trainer. Currently i pursue Yoga as a hobbie and practice basic asanas, but i want to learn and spread the wonderful Practice. Please let me know what I can do for the same.
09 Sep 2016, 12:21pm
Hi Santoshi, Depending on your goal, budget and availability of time, there are several options available. You can go for a 200hrs/300hrs/500hrs residential yoga course. These are recognised by the International Yoga Alliance (but do confirm before joining). Mostly expensive and require a break of at least one month. These are popular in Rishikesh, Dharamshala, Goa and Kerala. Depending on your city you might have other diploma or certification courses, part time and full time. In Delhi there's Morarji Desai and Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan. There are also graduate and post graduate distance and full time courses offered by a few universities. In yoga, you can choose many fields - Trainer/instructor, therapist, consultant etc. If you have prior work-ex then you may be able to combine that with your yoga training for a viable career option. Most beginners start teaching at home, join a gym/yoga center or visit people's houses to get initial experience. But these are fresh students with no other professional qualification. What you make out of your yoga education will depend entirely on your outlook and existing skills. So yes, you can get a certification for which there are multiple options. From the above information you might be able to ask a more specific question. Cheers
11 Sep 2016, 01:11pm View Less
Hi Santoshi, Depending on your goal, budget and availability of time, there are several options avai

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