With a dedicated focus on authenticity, NIYA provides YTTC certification by Yoga Alliance so that you can learn, teach and spread true yoga around the world.
Practicing Yoga deep within the therapeutic farmlands of Northern India is the best option for those who want their personal growth to occur alongside Nature. This blossoming setting allows for our students to sync themselves to the rhythms of the natural world for a deeper connect with the inner and most natural self; this then allows for wellness, personal growth, and happiness to re-emerge.
Unlike any other, the Namaste Institute of Yog and Ayurveda offers an environment in which both humans and Nature can thrive off one another – because when one combines yoga with rural life activities, a truly remarkable experience emerges, allowing one to not only take from but give back to the natural world which protects us.
Our 200-hour Yoga TTC, and 240-hour comprehensive Yoga and Ayurveda TTC, have been designed to give students a thorough understanding of proper Yog principles, philosophy, and techniques. In addition to gaining extensive knowledge of Hatha, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa Yoga, these courses are a transformational experience for all who are passionate about learning authentic Ayurvedic and Yogic practices. In addition to providing our students with the knowledge needed to become competent instructors, our courses include a teaching practicum and teaching methodology lessons to aid our students in transforming their self-practice into a display of their mastery.
Healthy Sattvic meals, invigorating meditation sessions, pranayama and mantra chanting, are just a few of the highlights from the daily regimen of our programs. We also offer additional lectures and experiences in Indian culture and traditions.
In order to maximize the TTC experience and to fulfil the requirements of Yoga Alliance – USA for our 200-hour Yoga TTC and 240-hour Ayurveda and Yoga TTC in Uttar Pradesh, our programs follow a tight schedule in which students spend between 7 to 9 hours a day studying and practicing various aspects of yoga. Our concentrated courses are extensive and are ideal for shaping the yoga student into a true teacher of true Yog.
Sundays are for fun! Make use of our full property on weekends and create vibrant memories that will last a lifetime. Have authentic Ayurvedic treatments at the Namaste Kairali wellness centre. Partake in our rural experiences to benefit from the therapeutic effects of nature - bullock cart rides on rustic roads, natural farming, nature walks and tours in the sugarcane fields, seeding & potting, cow feeding, sugarcane picking, amongst a whole lot more, are some of the agriculturally focused experiences that we offer. Engage in sports and games on our outdoor badminton and basketball courts, swim in our pristine pools, and train in our state-of-the-art indoor gym. And for those who seek a creative outlet, the Namaste Haat will make your journey to India all the more impactful…
Inspired by the rural market place, the Namaste Haat is an experiential facility that allows you to interact with and learn from local craft makers. With various stalls and all types of crafts being produced on site, one is invited to do more than see... one is invited to create. The very first-of-its-kind, this Haat makes you an integral part of the artistic process: you, along with our passionate artisans, will be able to create personalized pieces that originate from the inner depths of your being.
Inspired by Rural India, our elegant guest rooms are adorned with handcrafted objects and decorations. These traditional elements are paired with modern comforts to provide our students with a peaceful and pleasurable stay. Since a good night’s rest is imperative for our TTC students to recuperate from their daily practice, our rooms have been created to ensure that you get the perfect place to wind down and repose. Comfortable bedding, a private washroom, furnished balcony, and temperature control are all aspects which set our rooms apart from other TTC facilities in North India. Most importantly, the picturesque views of the green thriving farmlands from the rooms make self-study and personal time all the more enjoyable.
At Namaste Dwaar, one can learn pure yoga from one of India’s most esteemed institutions for preserving ancient Indian Culture, Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya (DSVV).
Founded in 2002, DSVV has been the pioneer organization for the spiritual renaissance of divine Indian culture in modern India. This noble objective was founded by Param Pujya Gurudev Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya and Vandaniya Mata Bhagawati Devi Sharma; and DSVV as an institution focuses on preserving the passion held by Gurudev for spiritual living. The institute is headed by Dr. Pranav Pandya who, through his dynamic leadership, has created a system for modern education that has been reformed for the benefit of his students. He has made the art of Living the core essence for all of the institute’s endeavors so that knowledge can truly shape the individual and thus be retained for life.
DSVV has created a powerful educational system based on scientific spirituality which aims to cultivate a culture of ethical, moral, and spiritual transformation for its students. The programmes for Yog and Ayurveda at Namaste Dwaar are taught by the DSVV faculty to ensure that all of our students acquire genuine knowledge and complete understanding of the true tenets and principles of these ancient bodies of wisdom. Within the atmosphere of positivity created from the natural surroundings, paired with the enthusiasm for our passionate teachers, this is the best place to learn and grow.
There is need for an educational institution
which could mold its students into noble
and enlightened human beings:
Selfless, Warm hearted, Compassionate, & Kind.”
Namaste Dwaar is dedicated to the preservation of the environment and communities where it operates. With a personal mission to create and sustain livelihoods, our property ensures minimum exploitation of the ecosystem and maximum involvement of locals to encourage the prosperity of the rural sectors of Northern India.