AyurYoga Eco-Ashram is 18 acre riverside Organic Farm in a peaceful countryside, between Mysore and Kerala, India. We offer spiritual retreats taught by traditional teachers of Hatha Yoga, Pranayamas, Meditation, Philosophy, Ayurveda, Ecology, etc. We also offer four week Yoga Teacher Training in India accredited with Yoga Alliance, two week Yoga Immersion Retreats for Beginners and two week Yoga Intensive for Intermediate/advanced students regularly.
The Ashram is a platform for the spiritual teachers with backgrounds in traditional monasteries and ashrams, to connect with international students who are ready to explore yoga beyond the mat. Besides physical practices, we share a philosophy to live a dynamic life with a peaceful heart and wisdom to love and smile! We are also equally passionate about spiritual and cultural exchange of East and West through Art & Culture.
We don’t impose any fixed manuals, guidelines, books, traditions, rules, etc. We don’t promise Nirvana (enlightenment) or deep spiritual experiences. Nor do we bang you with some abstract spiritual philosophies. What we teach is simple yoga and meditation practices that can be of practical use in your daily life to harmonize all areas of life, including diet, sleep, sex, relationships and work attitudes.
Please check out the scheduled retreats and upcoming events below. Sorry, we don’t accept drop-in guests, as we would like to maintain the peace of the ashram, exclusively for scheduled spiritual retreats.
Authentic Teachers with backgrounds in monastic/spiritual communities, having experience of teaching International students in fluent English. Our Teacher Training is taught by at least 5/6 teachers for group of 10 -20 max. Even a small group of 5-10 for other retreats will be taught by at least 3/5 teachers.
Our retreats are 50% physical and 50% for prana & spirituality, includes classes on Philosophy, Pranayamas, Anatomy, practical lessons for a healthy lifestyle etc.
Experience authentic forms of traditional Ayurveda for your practical life, through lessons, therapies, diet, herbal medicinal plants we grow in our Sacred Forest.
Nourishing and delicious vegetarian food for western tummies. All vegetables and fruit are either grown in our own Organic Farm or bought from local farmers.
Registered as a non-profit Trust, the ashram is run and maintained by monastic/spiritual seekers in the spirit of sharing. Your monetary contribution helps not only the future students but also our charitable projects.
Just send your flight itinerary: we will organize Airport Transfers and co-ordinate with other students to share the taxis. We select the best possible taxis/drivers and follow up with each arrival, at anytime of the day or night.
Best you can expect in India for International students: Eco-friendly cottages with comfortable Spring-beds, Western Bathrooms, Solar Hot Water, Internet Wi-Fi, Machine Laundry, RO filtered Drinking Water, etc.
At the altitude of 700 mts (2300 ft) above sea level, the weather here is the best you can expect in India. Moderate temperatures and humidity throughout the year – between 20 C to 30 C (70F to 90 F).
We are located one hour south of Mysore, an historical city at the heart of South India. You can easily travel to Kerala or Tamilanadu within a few hours drive. We can help you with travel before/after the course.
AyurYoga Eco-Ashram is rated as best yoga school
in India to be trained as Yoga Instructor with Yoga Alliance Certification. More than 800 Yoga Teachers from 30+ countries graduated and now teaching around the globe.
Want to Teach Yoga?
Never did Yoga? Not confident enough to join the classes? Please come to our ashram for two weeks and we will help you in training you in basics of Yoga and also make you comfortable withyour own body-mind, doesn’t matter what is your background or your fitness!
Better to be late than Never!
Please come for one of the scheduled retreats listed here. Sorry, we don’t take drop-in guests. We are not a hotel/resort but an ashram, meant for committed students who are looking for a change and deeper meaning in their life.
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