1 week duration for national and overseas aspirants

The Bihar School of Yoga follows a system, or yoga chakra, which is divided into bahiranga yoga, outer or external yoga, for self-perfection, and antaranga yoga, inner yoga, to express the spiritual attainment. External yoga is that which you do to improve the quality of your body and mind, the expression of your senses and behaviour. The bahiranga (external) branches of yoga are hatha yoga, raja yoga, kriya yoga.

About Raja Yoga

Raja yoga is the science of mind management; it deals specifically with modifying mental behaviour and managing mental modifications, known as chitta vrittis. Raja yoga is the yogic science of mental discipline, concentration, meditation and the experience of connecting with the higher qualities of one’s nature.

Who is it for?

Raja yoga is for those who are inspired to transform their entire personality and become better human beings by understanding, managing and awakening the strengths and qualities of the mind. Raja yoga is the yoga for aspirants who wish to bring about a qualitative change in their experience and interactions in life, and awaken their inner potential.

Dates for Raja Yoga

  • Raja Yoga Yatra 1: 16 - 22 August 2019
  • Raja Yoga Yatra 2: 16 - 22 August 2019
  • Raja Yoga Yatra 3: 23 - 29 August 2019
  • Raja Yoga Yatra 4: 23 - 29 August 2019

More information for Raja Yoga training modules are available here.

Course Venue

Bihar School of Yoga, Ganga Darshan, Fort, Munger, Bihar 811201, India

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