Guru Disciple Relationship

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Guru Disciple Relationship

The Guru-shishya parampara is an integral part of the Indian society. It is an effective way to pass on any spiritual, powerful or profound knowledge between the guru and the shishya and has been practiced in yoga since ancient times. In order for yoga teachings to be effective, true, and complete, they should come through this Guru-shishya parampara. A true guru helps you to dive into yourself and attain your goal and shows you what you are and your highest possibility. Yogadhara, one of the most eminent yoga school in Dehradun provides teacher’s training program on yoga, maintaining the Guru – Shishya relationship strongly.

Yogadhara believes in learning that is derived from the roots of its origin and can be imparted to the aspirants in its purest form. It passes the true knowledge of yoga thorough well trained and qualified yoga teachers to the people learning yoga through contemplation, meditation, asanas, discussion, absorption and assimilation while living there only just like ashrams of ancient times.

Yoga is the union of the inner self with the supreme soul. The teachers at Yogadhara instills the knowledge into the students so they could propagate it and pass it onto the next generation by asanas and various meditation practices just like a guru passes knowledge to his shishya as is the tradition of spiritual relationship and mentoring. The aspirant eventually masters the knowledge that the guru embodies in Yogadhara.

One will get to benefit from the traditional Ashram layout with contemporary amenities at Yogadhara and will closely interact with our experienced and devoted teachers and staff who are living examples of the yogic lifestyle at Yogadhara. It provides a unique course that combines the knowledge of the ancient yoga texts with a solid research on the scientific, philosophical and anatomical aspects of yoga.