Learn Yoga in the Yoga Capital of the WorldWelcome to Maa Yoga Ashram
Under the guidance of Yogi Dr. Amrit Raj, Maa Yoga Ashram In Rishikesh offers:
Maa Yoga Ashram is a renowned institution with a rich history in health care and Ayurvedic treatments. The family has a lineage of more than 100 years, from its establishment by the late Dr. Gunwant Rai Agarwal, father of the Late Sh. V. C. Agarwal in 1914 in Muzaffarnagar (U.P.), India. Over the years, the ashram has become a leading authority in Ayurvedic treatments in Rishikesh, India, focusing upon the ancient wisdom of India's traditional medicine system to promote health and well-being.
The ashram was later joined by Late Vaidyaraj Sh. V. C. Agarwal, who brought his extensive knowledge and experience to the institution. In 1982, Dr. Rakesh Agarwal and Dr. Neelam Agarwal, the children of Late Vaidyaraj Sh. V. C. Agarwal also joined Maa Yoga Ashram and further expanded the institution's reach and influence. In 2005, Yogi Dr. Amrit Raj joined the team and brought his unique perspective and expertise to the ashram.
In 2011, Dr. Arjun Raj also became a part of Maa Yoga Ashram, adding to the wealth of knowledge. Together, these practitioners work tirelessly to provide the highest quality care to their patients and promote the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to the world.
Maa Yoga Ashram, located in the picturesque city of Rishikesh, India, provides a diverse selection of yoga and Ayurveda courses. Our curriculum is specifically designed to equip aspiring students with a comprehensive knowledge of yoga, including its numerous advantages, and the principles of Ayurveda. As a yoga teacher training school in rishikesh, we aim to facilitate a thorough understanding of yoga and its transformative power.
At our esteemed institution, nestled in the serene city of Rishikesh, India, our seasoned and knowledgeable yoga instructors and Ayurvedic practitioners lead students on a journey through a diverse range of yoga styles such as Hatha, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa, while emphasizing proper alignment and breath control techniques. Our Ayurveda courses provide an in-depth exploration of India's time-honored system of traditional medicine, illuminating the interconnection of the body, mind, and spirit. As a yoga teacher training school in rishikesh, we are dedicated to nurturing a holistic understanding of yoga and Ayurveda.
Maa Yoga Ashram is affiliated with the Maa Yoga Ashram Global Aids Research Foundation (AGARF), a non-governmental organization (NGO) that conducts research and development on over 900 herbs to treat chronic diseases. The Indian government has recognized AGARF under sections 35-1 and 35-2 for research purposes, and the organization is also registered with the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) through the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
Our objective is to promote long-term happiness that results from having a healthy body, mind, and spirit, leading to a satisfying and fulfilling life. Maa Yoga Ashram was established in 2010 and had over a century's legacy in healthcare. The institution is under the guidance of Yogi Dr. Amrit Raj, a fourth-generation qualified Ayurvedic practitioner and a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) certified by Yoga Alliance, USA.
Dr. Amrit Raj traveled extensively to various parts of the world, including the USA and the U.K., to spread knowledge of yoga & Ayurveda courses in rishikesh. His unique and holistic approach to wellness comprises elements of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Panchakarma. Yogi Dr. Amrit Raj is an honorary visiting professor at the Dinacharya Ayurvedic Institute in New York.
Besides India, Dr. Raj has given lectures and classes at the United Nations and has offered stress-management yogic techniques to oncologists in the USA. At his ashram In Rishikesh, Dr. Amrit Raj provides consultation services and ayurvedic therapies to help cure chronic and lifestyle diseases.
|Yoga & Ayurveda||Program Fee|
|Yoga Meditation Retreat||INR 4999/Day|
|Ayurveda Retreats||INR 5999/Day|
|Detox Panchakarma Treatment||INR 3499/Day|
|Ayurveda Consultation||INR 1499/Day|
|Daily Drop-in Classes||Program Fee|
|Yoga Drop-in Class||INR 500|
|Personal Yoga Class||INR 1000|
|Pranayama Meditation||INR 500|
|Ayurveda Organic Cooking||INR 999|
The Vivaha or marriage marks the beginning of the Hindu Wedding Ceremony. Maa Yoga Ashram, situated in Rishikesh, India, organizes and arranges Vedic Hindu Marriage ceremonies. The samskaras, which are ritualistic ceremonies, prepare us to pursue a joyful and contented life while also equipping us to thrive in the four aspects of human pursuit.
It's an excellent place with great feeling. I went there with my wife. That was a very refreshing location near the Ganga beach and waterfalls in the foothills of the Himalayas. For me, yoga classes and treatments were absolutely relaxing. They offer 100 percent organic food. In the evening, they have live Tabla and sitar performance At dinner time which is very serene. Overall had a great time. Must be recommended.
I did an Ayurveda retreat for 3 days and again did choose a yoga retreat at Rishikesh in maa yoga ashram. I had one of the best experiences of my life at maa yoga ashram, learning yoga, getting Ayurveda treatments, and interacting with other inmates. This place was full of positive energy and Dr. Amrit Raj was very helpful in helping us practice yoga at the ashram.
It was an awesome experience in the maa Yoga ashram. The ashram is full of positive energy and waves. I stayed there for 1 week. And I am willing to come here again and again. Thanks, Yogi Dr. Amrit Raj for my pleasant stay.
I stayed there for 2 months, in the first month I did one-month-long yoga teacher training for 200 hours, it was an excellent experience though at that time I was only one student who really enjoyed individualized attention on me. After that I was enticed to attend the Ayurveda practitioner course, for me as a beginner it was a good experience. Also learned to make Ayurveda food, it was fun to be there. I being there in clean air and great food that initates my body to detox, and it happens naturally.