General FAQ

Yes, Haritha Yogashala offers comfortable accommodation options, including shared rooms and private rooms, depending on your preference. The cost of accommodation is usually included in the course fee.

You should bring comfortable clothing, a mat, toiletries, and any personal items you may need. It's also a good idea to bring an open mind and a willingness to learn.

Haritha Yogshala is nearby a market where you can find all necessities with ease.

Yes, the laundry facility is available at an additional cost. or A common washing machine is available for everyone at no cost.

We at Haritha have specialists from all the fields, you can consult for any concerns regarding food with our experts and the same will be conveyed to our chefs in kitchen for the preparation of your food.

Yes, if international travel rules and regulations require you to have a visa for the travel into India. There are some nations which do not require a visa for entry. A tourist visa should supply you with sufficient time to complete your Yoga Teacher Training programme but please ensure that the period of your visa is not less than the course period.

Pre-requisites FAQ

Haritha Yogashala courses are open to individuals of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. They provide comprehensive instruction suitable for everyone.

While there is no strict age requirement, participants should be at least 18 years old to enroll in our courses. Some programs may have age recommendations, so please review the specific course details for more information.

Our courses are primarily conducted in English. While fluency in English is not mandatory, a basic understanding of the language is recommended to ensure effective communication during the program.

The prerequisites for our courses vary depending on the program. While some courses are suitable for beginners, others may require a certain level of prior experience. Please check the specific course details on our website for prerequisites.

Smaller class sizes can allow for more personalized attention.

When choosing a course/retreat, it is important to look for a program that is accredited by a recognized organization, has experienced and knowledgeable instructors, provides hands-on teaching experience, and fits your personal schedule and budget.

Course & Support FAQ

Course materials such as study materials, manuals, and props needed for your practice are generally provided by Haritha Yogashala. Specific requirements may vary by course, so please check the course details for information on what to bring.

Classes at Haritha Yogashala are typically structured to include a combination of yoga and meditation sessions, workshops, lectures, and self-study time. The exact schedule may vary based on the program you are enrolled in.

Upon registration, we will provide you with comprehensive information on transportation options and directions to reach our center from the nearest transportation hubs.

Registration FAQ

To register for the course/retreat you can contact us through email, whatsapp or by filling the enquiry form. You are required to deposit some advance payment as a registration amount so that your rooms and the course seat can be reserved. This advance registration amount is included in the total course fee.

Yes, the registration amount is included in the total program package. This Advance amount is required to book your rooms and slot for the yoga batch as a confirmation of your enrolling for the program.

We accept various payment methods, including credit cards, debit cards, and bank transfers. You can choose the payment method that is most convenient for you during the registration process.

In some cases, you may be able to reserve a spot in a program by paying a deposit at the time of registration, with the remaining balance due at a later date.

Cancellation policies vary by program and timing. We encourage you to review the specific cancellation policy provided during the registration process. If you need to cancel, please contact us as soon as possible.

Travel FAQ

The best time to visit Rishikesh is between September and November, and from February to May, when the weather is mild and pleasant. However, if you are interested in attending a yoga festival, such as the International Yoga Festival in March, you may want to plan your trip accordingly.

The closest airport to Rishikesh is the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is about 35 kilometers away. From the airport, you can take a taxi or bus to Rishikesh.

The best way to get around Rishikesh is by walking or by hiring a scooter or motorbike. Taxis and rickshaws are also available, but they can be more expensive. Its important to be cautious when driving or walking on the busy and narrow roads in Rishikesh.

Rishikesh is known for its spiritual and natural attractions, such as the Triveni Ghat, Parmarth Niketan, Beatles Ashram, and Neer Garh Waterfall. The town is also famous for its yoga and meditation centres, and adventure activities like white water rafting and bungee jumping.

No, it is not safe to drink tap water in Rishikesh. It's important to drink bottled water or filtered water to avoid getting sick.

Rishikesh is a spiritual town, so its important to dress modestly and respectfully. For example, women may want to wear long skirts or pants and cover their shoulders, and men may want to wear long pants and avoid going shirtless. It's also important to remove your shoes before entering temples, yoga centres or Ganga River.