Rules & Regulations

Practice and non-attachment are the basic means of bringing fruits of yogic effort. General rules help Yoga aspirants to exercise restraint in order to remain dedicated to their practice. Adherence to certain yogic codes even for a short duration can bring perceptible change in one’s learning and personality.

  1. Session normally begins in the first week of every month and ends in the last week of the same month.
  2. Applicants should be aware that Yoga is a spiritual science and hence should exhibit deportment in accordance to the spirit and the nature of the discipline of Yoga.
  3. Students will have to reside in the school premises throughout the duration of their course.
  4. No friends, relatives or guardians of participants are allowed in the school during the training program.
  5. Participants should adapt to the yogic lifestyle of the school as soon as possible.
  6. Students should take care to maintain the peaceful decorum provided by the school. They must take utmost care not to disturb the peace of fellow students.
  7. Students should pay reverence to all teachers. All transfer of knowledge and skills should be precede by due respect to the teacher.
  8. Regular attendance and punctuality must be adhered to. They must follow the schedule and attend all sessions and programs including outing.
  9. Smoking, consumption of alcohol and non-vegetarian food is strictly prohibited in the school.
  10. Each student should pay their full fee before the start of the course.
  11. Registration fee once deposited will not be refunded under any circumstances.
  12. School reserves the right to discontinue the student from the course in non-compliance to rules, indiscipline, misconduct and moral turpitude.

CODE OF CONDUCT

Social and personal code of conduct as prescribed in the Patañjali Yogasūtra helps to align oneself with the yogic ideal. These codes bring the necessary credentials in the aspirant and prevent the seepage of basic minimum qualification necessary to remain steadfast on the path of Yoga.

  1. Yoga is an art of healthy living. As such all physical, mental and social conduct of participants should contribute to health and wellbeing for all. Stressful way of life is not permitted.
  2. For stress free way of life Yoga propounds āhara (food) vihāra (relaxation) ācara (conduct) vicāra (thinking) and vyavahār (behavior). Students should be observant of these five components of Yoga way of life.
  3. Yoga stands for unity and hence general camaraderie and brotherhood is highly expected from the students.
  4. Exhibit self-discipline by maintaining cleanliness in rooms and toilets, keeping your stuff organized and maintaining personal grooming.
  5. Any form of discrimination to anyone on the basis of gender, race, nationality, religion is unethical.