Navara Yoga School

Navara Yoga School is part of the grand Navara Mystical School, and is dedicated to the spreading of the most important teachings of Yoga, as transmited by the Yoga masters during the centuries.

This website is dedicated especially to the spreading of Yoga through Navara Yoga School.

We are teaching both the clasical Yoga (Patanjali, Raja, Jnana, Bhakti, Karma, Mantra, etc.) and the different Yoga teachings from the most important Yoga schools founded or represented by the most important and famous Yoga masters: Maha Siddha Yoga of different lineages, Siddha Yoga, Nath Sampradaya of Goraksha, Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kriya Yoga of different lineages, Surat Shabd Yoga, Shaivite Yoga, Vaishnava Yoga, Krishnaite Yoga, Sivananda Yoga, Siddha Yoga of Ramlal Prabhuji Maharaji, etc.

These most important teachings of Yoga are taught during different programs, courses, retreats, workshops, etc.

Some may be taught also by correspondence.

We are offering also Yoga Teacher Training Programs in different types and traditions of Yoga.



The courses in Yoga and Hindu spiritual traditions are important because the devote will acquire a strong theoretical and spiritual formation, of great help in the spiritual development.

1. Courses in Yoga types:

– Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali
– Raja Yoga
– Bhakti Yoga
– Jnana Yoga
– Karma Yoga
– Mantra Yoga
– Hatha Yoga
– Kundalini Yoga
– Yantra Yoga
– Tantra Yoga

2. Courses in different Hindu and Yoga Traditions:

– Advaita Vedanta Lineage of Shankara
– Vishisht Advaita Vedanta Lineage of Ramanuja
– Dvaita Vedanta Lineage of Madhva
– Kashmir Shaivism
– Yoga Lineage of Swami Sivananda Saraswati
– Maha Siddha Yoga Lineage of Ramlal Prabhuji Maharaj
– Kriya Yoga of Mahavatar Babaji
– Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali
– Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Yoga of Gorakshanath
– Surat Shabd Yoga
– etc.

3. Courses for Yoga Teacher Training:

– Yoga Associate Instructor Certificate
– Yoga Instructor Certificate (200 hours)
– Yoga Teacher Certificate (500 hours)
– Yoga Master Certificate (1000 hours)