Yoga Teachers 25th Batch Training Camp at UFH

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Detox body & mind.. Holistic Health spiritual retreat for Yoga teachers (YIC) 25th batch training camp at Manavata UFH this weekend. Great experience for everyone with all team work for Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga they all have completed 4 months teachers training with Manavata online & offline from different locations (Hyd, Bangalore, Ananthapur etc) and appeared final exam at Manavata UFH campus.

Involved in seva activities for Health & medical camps and plantation also as part of their stay here. Gita, Patanjali Yoga sutras & Other Yogic sciences done as part of Swadyaya.. deep sadhana after Shatkriyas helped them to get rid of all kids of ailments.This weekend marks the 25th batch of the Yoga teacher training camp (YIC) at Manavata UFH, where Yoga teachers have gathered for a transformative and holistic health spiritual retreat. The experience has been truly rewarding for everyone, as they delved into the depths of Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Jnana Yoga, fostering a strong sense of teamwork and unity.Prior to this retreat, all participants completed a rigorous 4-month teachers training program with Manavata, utilizing both online and offline resources from different locations such as Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Ananthapur. Their dedication was evident when they successfully appeared for the final exam at the Manavata UFH campus, showcasing their commitment to becoming skilled and knowledgeable Yoga teachers.

During their stay at the retreat, these aspiring teachers also actively engaged in seva activities, including Health & medical camps and plantation efforts. This spirit of selfless service added a profound dimension to their journey, fostering compassion and a deeper connection with others.

The retreat also included in-depth studies of spiritual texts like the Gita, Patanjali Yoga sutras, and other Yogic sciences as part of Swadyaya, encouraging introspection and intellectual growth.

The participants further enhanced their experience through deep sadhana, complemented by the purifying Shatkriyas, which led to the alleviation of various ailments and a profound sense of rejuvenation, both physically and mentally.

Overall, this holistic retreat has offered a life-changing experience for these Yoga teachers, enriching their personal and professional journeys with valuable insights and spiritual growth.”

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