Experience Yoga and Nature Together.
We started the Vishnu yoga lifestyle with an aim to impart practical knowledge of this precious, ancient practice. Our goal is to provide the best yoga retreats, where students visit beautiful destinations around the world, to make connections and attain more knowledge about yoga practice.
Our programs include varied techniques, asanas, meditation and relaxation strategies, that help to calm your body and mind. We feel that yoga is essential for healthy living and it should be performed in the midst of a natural environment. Students get to explore the best destinations nature has to offer around the world, and they get a chance to practice yoga in the fresh air. We offer some of the best yoga retreats in India. Our yoga programs include international yoga retreats, meditation retreats in Rishikesh and many others.
We provide yoga training in some of the major disciplines such as hatha yoga, ashtanga vinyasa yoga and power yoga.
Let us give you some insight into these yoga techniques:
Hatha yoga: Hatha yoga refers to the practice of yoga postures that provide flexibility to the body. The word means “willful or forceful”, each posture must be performed with concentration. Hatha practices are beneficial in toning your body and calming your mind and spirit. This practice is believed to be the yoga of the sun and moon, balancing both energies in the body. Hatha yoga is known to improve health, by boosting energy and vitality. Within the hatha yoga training course, you will develop these techniques that can transform you within a few weeks.
Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga: Vinyasa power yoga consists of eight steps and a combined practice of asanas and breath. This is also popular as a classic Indian yoga. It is crucial to practice Ashtanga Vinyasa patiently for true progress. We offer separate classes to beginners. Students get an opportunity to develop strength, balance, and endurance. They also achieve a calm mind and discipline in life under ashtanga yoga teacher
Power yoga: Power yoga is a popular yoga practice today. It involves some elements of Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga. Power Vinyasa yoga is practiced to attaining a strong, flexible body through both stretching and strengthening asanas.
Sri Bhakti Aloka Paramadwaiti swami is a German teacher, writer, and practitioner of Bhakti yoga. He is the founder of Inbound Yoga School, the Vrinda Mission and runs many other projects. He has thousands of disciples in more than 50 countries. We are inspired by his incredible knowledge and practice of millenary science. Our Guru is also respected by the authorities thanks to his contributions in socio-environmental programs such as the Vrindavan Act and project to purify sacred rivers. He travels around the world and visits up to 500 centers when he is on tour with his devotees. He delivers daily lectures in many languages including German, Spanish, English, and Portuguese.
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At the age of 16 Didier met his Guru while travelling in Ecuador. He took initiation as a Bakti Yogi and lived as a monk in an ashram in the jungle of Ecuador. During his time there he began his practice of Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga. He then travelled to Colombia and opened his first school of yoga where he taught for two years.
He then taught at the largest sports health club in the country for four years. He then opened a second yoga school, Vishnu Yoga Studio. At Vishnu Yoga Studio he acted as director and taught Ashtanga and Power Yoga. In 2014 Didier travelled to India to continue his studies and yoga practice in Rishikesh and Mysore. Didier now lives in Abu Dhabi teaching yoga, Pilates Mat and Reformer Pilates at Bodytree.
Didier is an internationally certified yoga teacher (Yoga Alliance, 500 hours)
I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to learn yoga from the excellent teachers that I have met in my path. They have taught me the true meaning of this sacred science. I always value and respect their teachings that have given me a deeper understanding about teaching and practicing yoga.
I feel compelled to continue teaching with the greatest professionalism and strength possible, to show my gratefulness and respect to these teachers.
Thank you very much, Namaste.