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At the Omdhara Foundation, we trust in wonderful power of nature as it helps all mankind to live in harmony with ourselves and those around us.

The Omdhara Foundation is a place where: Courses can be researched so we all learn more. People share their experiences, your experience and quality of life are improved.

Our training programs are created to give students and future teachers a place to immerse themselves in an authentic lifestyle. We want your body, mind and spirit nourished holistically while you learn. We deeply believe in upholding the integrity of courses as an ancient tradition and that is the driving force behind everything we do.

As courses becomes increasingly commercialized, it is hard to find programs that are spiritually inspired and driven by all facets of course and not just the physical part. We created our programs to be exactly that. Our vision is for you to leave feeling renewed and inspired.

Together at Omdhara Foundation, we gather in sacred places to explore what it means to apply the beautiful traditions of courses to modern life. would love to see you there.

Why Omdhara Foundation?

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Omdhara is one of most projecting foundations for teacher training program in India, offering certified courses. Programs are affiliated by the authorized orgnizations and government of India.

Omdhara Foundation has many reasons that make us distinct from other establishments:

  • Experienced trainer / teachers
  • Experienced assistant teachers
  • International standards
  • Top quality course syllabus
  • Practical teaching skills
  • Deep philosophy syllabus
  • Practical anatomy classes
  • Business advice
  • Beautiful natural locations
  • Supportive atmosphere
  • Pranayama and meditations
  • Inner yoga and awakenings
  • Caring ashram atmosphere
  • Hygienic education space

We include our students into Indian culture, way of life and traditions with the combination of Indian roots and modern teaching techniques

World Wide Course

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Yoga in the Western world often denotes as hatha yoga and yoga as exercise, consisting largely of the postures called asanas and Yoga is world wide.


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frequently asked questions

1. What Is Yoga?

The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to yoke or bind, and is often interpreted as "union" or a method of discipline. A male who practices yoga is called a yogi, a female practitioner, a yogini.

The Indian sage Patanjali is believed to have collated the practice of yoga into the Yoga Sutra an estimated 2,000 years ago. The Sutra is a collection of 195 statements that serves as a philosophical guidebook for most of the yoga that is practiced today. It also outlines eight limbs of yoga: the yamas (restraints), niyamas (observances), asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), pratyahara (withdrawal of senses), dharana (concentration), dhyani (meditation), and samadhi (absorption). As we explore these eight limbs, we begin by refining our behavior in the outer world, and then we focus inwardly until we reach samadhi (liberation, enlightenment).

Today, most people practicing yoga are engaged in the third limb, asana, which is a program of physical postures designed to purify the body and provide the physical strength and stamina required for long periods of meditation.

2. What Does Hatha Mean?

The word hatha means willful or forceful. Hatha yoga refers to a set of physical exercises (known as asanas or postures), and sequences of asanas, designed to align your skin, muscles, and bones. The postures are also designed to open the many channels of the body—especially the main channel, the spine—so that energy can flow freely. Hatha is also translated as ha meaning "sun" and tha meaning "moon." This refers to the balance of masculine aspects—active, hot, sun—and feminine aspects—receptive, cool, moon—within all of us. Hatha yoga is a path toward creating balance and uniting opposites. In our physical bodies we develop a balance of strength and flexibility. We also learn to balance our effort and surrender in each pose. Hatha yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the fluctuations of the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment.

3. What Does Om Mean?

Om is a mantra, or vibration, that is traditionally chanted at the beginning and end of yoga sessions. It is said to be the sound of the universe. What does that mean? Somehow the ancient yogis knew what scientists today are telling us—that the entire universe is moving. Nothing is ever solid or still. Everything that exists pulsates, creating a rhythmic vibration that the ancient yogis acknowledged with the sound of Om. We may not always be aware of this sound in our daily lives, but we can hear it in the rustling of the autumn leaves, the waves on the shore, the inside of a seashell. Chanting Om allows us to recognize our experience as a reflection of how the whole universe moves—the setting sun, the rising moon, the ebb and flow of the tides, the beating of our hearts. As we chant Om, it takes us for a ride on this universal movement, through our breath, our awareness, and our physical energy, and we begin to sense a bigger connection that is both uplifting and soothing.

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