Yoga and meditation, rooted in ancient practices, intricately weave together the welfare of the mind and body, establishing a symbiotic relationship. Yoga, originating from India, integrates physical postures, breath control, and meditation, enhancing physical flexibility while nurturing mental clarity and emotional equilibrium through various poses and controlled breathing. It goes beyond a mere physical exercise, evolving into a transformative journey of self-discovery and inner peace.
Yoga, an ancient practice originating in India, encompasses physical postures, breath control, and meditation. It is a discipline that not only enhances physical flexibility and strength but also cultivates mental clarity and emotional balance. Through various poses (asanas) and controlled breathing (pranayama), yoga promotes the integration of the body, mind, and spirit.
The physical aspect of yoga helps to improve flexibility, balance, and overall strength. Simultaneously, the meditative components of yoga encourage mindfulness, reducing stress and promoting a sense of inner calm. The practice of yoga is not merely a physical exercise but a journey towards self-discovery and inner peace.
Meditation, on the other hand, is a focused mental practice that encourages mindfulness and awareness. It involves training the mind to achieve a state of deep concentration, leading to a heightened sense of awareness and tranquility. Meditation comes in various forms, including mindfulness meditation, loving-kindness meditation, and transcendental meditation.
Through consistent meditation, individuals can develop mental resilience, manage stress, and enhance overall well-being. The practice encourages a non-judgmental awareness of thoughts and feelings, fostering a sense of inner balance. Meditation is not about eliminating thoughts but rather observing them without attachment, promoting mental clarity and emotional resilience.
The synergy between yoga and meditation is evident in their combined impact on the mind-body connection. Yoga prepares the body for meditation by releasing physical tension and promoting relaxation. In turn, meditation complements yoga by calming the mind, reducing stress, and enhancing the overall meditative experience.
Together, yoga and meditation provide a comprehensive approach to well-being, addressing both the physical and mental aspects of health. This integrated approach fosters a balanced and harmonious connection between the mind and body, contributing to overall wellness and a greater sense of inner peace.
On November 15, 2023, TGG Foundation formalized a collaboration with Ayurjyothi through a signed MOU, aiming to offer a Certified Yoga Training Program to all individuals visiting The Green Gardens and the RHM Center. This strategic partnership ensures that participants benefit from a comprehensive yoga training experience. As part of this initiative, a specially tailored yoga program is extended to students, and attendees of the 14-day Holistic Experiential Learning Program can avail themselves of this specialized training at a subsidized rate. The agreement between TGG Foundation and Ayurjyothi reflects their shared commitment to promoting well-being through accessible and quality yoga education, making it an integral part of the transformative experiences offered at these centers.
BASIC CERTIFICATE COURSE
(10 HOURS, ONE HOUR PER DAY)
Rs. 8000/- including Accommodation & Yoga Training. Complementary Food is offered by the Foundation.
YOGA PROTOCOL INSTRUCTOR
(30 HOURS, 2 HOURS PER DAY)
Rs. 20000/- including Accommodation & Yoga Training. Complementary Food is offered by the Foundation.
DIPLOMA IN YOGA
(30 HOURS, 2 HOURS PER DAY + 370 HOURS ONLINE)
Rs. 50000/- including Accommodation & Yoga Training. Complementary Food is offered by the Foundation.