Yoga Teachers Training Arambol Goa click here
Kashmir Shaivism School of Yoga (RYS 200, 500 & Prenatal), offers Yoga Alliance registered Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC) in Arambol, Goa, India
YOGSHALA ( Opposite double dutch and next to prema)
The Arambol Beach located 50 kms from Panaji is a pristine and secluded beach in the North Goa and can be approached by a winding road through the groove of cashew trees. It is a rocky as well as sandy beach and has a fresh water lagoon which extends along the bottom of the valley into a thick jungle
The Arambol Beach extends over 16 km and consists of two beaches, more popular is the main beach (Harmal beach), the northern most beach in Goa . The second, beach lies beyond the rocky circlet and can only be reached on foot and is bordered by steep cliffs on both sides. The main beach is long stretch of curving sand is good for swimming. It is a place perfect for people looking for peace and tranquility.
The cliffs near the beaches are popular for paragliding and dolphin watching boat trips. Adjacent to the beach a few shops sell clothes, handicrafts from across Goa and India. Some good cafes along the main beach and on the headland to the north cater tasty delicacies from the cuisine of Italy, Goa and India.
The large and sprung out Arambol village near the seashore Arambol is quiet and friendly, with just a few hundred local fishing men.
ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD
In Goa we suggest the accommodation in the guest houses associated with the school according to your preferences and budget from huts in the beach to a proper room with all facilities.For the Yoga Teachers Training and week intensive Courses we suggest For the ones who wish to stay very near the beach Ivons Guest House ( 10 minutes from the School) and around 800 -900 rupees per night- doubled bed attached bathroom with hot shower and balcony- . or for a more budget and still comfortable accommodation in Vasu Guest House and in Rajshree Guest House which are next to the school for 450 rupees daily. this guest houses do not have website we will send the contact information once register, To see the some Photos of vasu place click here, another suggested accommodation in arambol beach with website is http://www.godsgiftarambol.com
In Arambol there are Restaurants for all budgets, Fruit shops and market. We will give you the suggestion
of the most recommend places with healthy food! We also leave you full liberty to arrange your accommodation and all meals according to your preferences and budget please make sure to inform us so that we know where you are staying during the training.
Most of the accommodation in Arambol provide all the facilities ( shower, double bed) some have fully equipped kitchens,balcony facing the sea, simple houses in the woods behind the beach. There are guest houses for all budgets,restaurants, travel agencies (handling foreign exchange), Internet and other services along the road leading to the northern end of the beach and a few stores in the village
HOW TO GET TO GOA
Air : Goa’s international airport, Dabolim, is 29 km from the capital Panaji. Indian Airlines has direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai daily. 45 Min from Arambol
Rail : Goa’s two main stations are at Margao and Vasco da Gama. Vasco-da-Gama and Margoa are connected by train with Bangalore, Belgaum, Hospet and Hyderabad and via Miraj to Bombay, Delhi and Agra.
Road: Goa is well connected by NH17A with Maharashtra and Karnataka state. There are regular bus services to Mumbai, Bangalore, Hampi and other destinations from the Kadamba bus stand at Panaji. There are buses available frequently from Panjim and Arambol
HOW TO REACH ARAMBOL
Buses from Mapusa stop on the main road at Arambol , where there’s a church, a school and a few shops. From here, follow the road about 1.5km through the village to get to the main road down to the beach.( to reach to the Yogaschool instead of go down to the beach continue folllow the road after see other white church then turn to the right ,pass double dutch and next to prema is our Yogshala)
Goa features a tropical monsoon climate, being in the tropical zone and near the Arabian Sea, Located in South West India in the region known as the Konkan, it is bounded by the state of Maharashtra to the north, and by Karnataka to the east and south, while the Arabian Sea forms its western coast
Goa has a short winter season between mid-December and February from these months are marked by cool nights with temperatures of about 20″C (68″F) and warm days of about 29″C (84″F). Humidity remains in moderate amounts. The nights are a few degrees cooler further inland, due to latitudinal gradation.
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