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Mahi Power Yoga Training Institute Now a Part of the Siddhi Yoga Centre

February 12, 2014

Siddhi Yoga Centre has taken over Mahi Power Yoga based in Goa and Dharamshala. This is definitely a piece of good news for all the people out there who are looking for affordable yoga teacher training in India.

Dharamshala, India (PRWEB) February 12, 2014

Yoga teacher training in India is all set to attain an all new definition what with Siddhi Yoga providing affordable yoga training options to all those who are in need of it. This acquisition is soon to going to be put in effect and perhaps the first step in that direction is shutting down of the website of the yoga institution run by Mahinder Prasad.

Headed by Mahinder Prasad, Mahi Power Yoga is perhaps the finest institution that one could come across as far as yoga teacher training in India is concerned. Specialising in traditional Hatha yoga, Vinyasa flow, Ashtanga Yoga, Iyengar Yoga and the like, the merging of the yoga centre with Siddhi Yoga Centre is definitely a giant leap in the direction of providing affordable yoga teacher training to interested candidates.

Yoga in India has been prevalent ever since the ancient Vedic age when the sages used the power of yoga to attain unparalleled superiority both in terms of mind and body. For instance, the traditional Hatha Yoga consists of the use of six limbs, thereby, aiding in controlled breathing. The Iyengar Yoga, one of the most popular forms of the Hatha Yoga makes use of props in order to gain physical alignment. One of the most common forms of the yoga that is practiced widely is the Ashtanga yoga which involves the manoeuvring of eight limbs. This form of meditation not only helps in calming the mind but also helps develop strength along with toning the muscles and lubricating the joints.

The merging of Mahi Power Yoga with Siddhi Yoga Centre is being seen as quite a step forward as far as Ashtanga Yoga Teacher training India is concerned. The Siddhi Yoga YTT200 program is one of the most sought after programs of the institute with the curriculum covering the multi style yoga encompassing four main types of yoga, viz, the traditional Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Iyengar Yoga and the Vinyasa flow.

Siddhi Yoga Training centre in Goa has started the second intake of YTT200 on 10th February with 22 students from all over the globe.

About The Company:

Set in the pleasing locales of Goa and Dharamshala, the Siddhi Yoga Centre endeavours to bring back the lost art of yoga as spopken of in the ancient texts. Furnished with the best yoga instructors, this institution easily ranks among one of the best institutes for certified yoga alliance training in the country.

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