Mimamsa in Sanskrit means “reflection” or “revered thought”.
Mimamsa is one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy, called the six darshans, (perspectives on the physical and nonphysical world). The other five darshans are yoga, samkhya, vaisheshika, nyaya and vedanta.
Mimamsa is believed to be the oldest of them, and had a significant influence on Hindu law and society. Mimamsa’s outlook, provides rules for interpreting the early Hindu scriptures (the Vedas) and offers philosophical rationale for observing Vedic rituals.
Mimamsa is also called karma-mimamsa (“study of actions”) or purva-mimamsa (“prior study”) because it is concerned with the earliest of the Vedas, the Samhitas and the Brahmanas, which focus on the rituals. Another of the six darshans, vedanta, is also called uttara-mimamsa (“posterior study”) because it focuses on the Upanishads, which are the later part of Vedic scripture.
The Mimamsa school's goal is enlightenment about dharma, which Mimamsa scholars define as ritual obligations and privileges that maintain harmony for the individual and the world. The Vedas are seen as infallible and, therefore, as the authority for knowing dharma.
The Mimamsa school of Hindu philosophy believes in the reality of the individual soul (JIva) and of the Phenomenal world. It postulates that everything in the universe comes into existence via natural processes, independently of the existence or nonexistence of a creator God
Mimamsa Yogshala is a Yoga school founded in 2015 in Rishikesh, the Yoga capital of the world. We have been an accredited Yoga Alliance school from the beginning, and we’ve proudly certified professional Yoga teachers since then. With a vision to provide high quality Yoga education according to the most authentic Hindu tradition, we aim to contribute to the dissemination of the yogic teachings and lifestyle, that we believe are the greatest gift to humanity.
Our motto is “All you need is practice”, and we’re currently ranked as one of the best and most successful Yoga teacher certification institutes in Rishikesh. Mimamsa Yogshala also operates a branch in Chechuan - China, and conducts Yoga Retreats and Teacher Training courses all around southeast Asia.
Body & Mind are deeply connected. The body affects the mind, and the mind controls the Body. It is therefore necessary to balance both simultaneously. This balance can be achieved with the help of Yogic practices, diet, and a healthy lifestyle. A steady, calm & focused mind and a healthy & powerful body, are essential assets for a meaningful and joyful life.
Mimamsa Yogshala aims to guide practitioners in leading a healthy & happy life, supported by the knowledge of the Vedas and the practice of Yoga. We offer yoga & meditation programs and teacher trainer courses in India and abroad, to committed aspirants and seekers from all over the world.
We strive to provide a friendly & homely atmosphere, so you can safely and confidently start your yogic journey! The Yoga & meditation courses and retreats on offer are designed to be accessible and transformative, and are led by our team of yoga gurus with a long track record of excellence in teaching.
ॐ सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिनः । सर्वे सन्तु निरामयाः । सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु । मा कश्चित् दुःख भाग्भवेत् ॥ ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः॥
May all sentient beings be at peace, may no one suffer from illness, May all see what is auspicious, may no one suffer. Om peace, peace, peace.
For yoga aspirants who are keen to learn all about yoga but have less time!
For those who are desirous to enter into the teaching world of yoga and that too in a short period of time!
For those who want to escape from the daily grind of life and wish to relax completely!
for those who are stressed with daily life programs and want to calm their mind & soul!
with the motive to provide a preventive approach against sickness as well as diseases.
While you are enrolled in one of the Mimamsa Yoga teacher training courses you'll be staying at Mimamsa Guesthouse. Mimamsa Guesthouse. The Guesthouse is among the most well-known hotels of its kind in Laxmanjhula Rishikesh. It's a lonely spot at the top of the hill in trees and gardens, yet just 100m from the main road, which is where you will discover local restaurants and shops.
The Guesthouse also has dining in which the Yoga Teacher Training Course meals are served. The restaurant is accessible to the public offering Indian and International menus offered.
Basic facilities like restaurants, cafes, shops, ATMs, organic stores and ATMs are within walking distance of the Ashram. The Ashram provides double or single rooms, depending on the student's needs.
Mimamsa guesthouses are basic yet cozy. Every room is equipped with ceiling fans of Indian design as well as a private bathroom that has hot water with twin beds. The majority of rooms offer breathtaking views over the Ganges River, which provides an ideal setting to relax and enjoy the views of the mountains and the river when you are not in classes.
The rooms are tidy and clean, with attached bathrooms equipped with western lavatories and hot showers.
The rooms also have an attached balcony that offers stunning views of the garden and mountains. Sheets, pillows and toilet paper, bath towels, blankets, and essential amenities, are presented to students. Mimamsa Guesthouse provides water, Wi-Fi, and laundry services on all floors.
Rishikesh Yoga teacher education institute also provides budget-friendly accommodations. The rooms are separated from the building's main one and do not offer a balcony or mountain views. The other amenities are accessible inside these rooms.
Double or single rooms will be available during rooms for Mimamsa Yogshala Yoga Teacher Training Course. Mimamsa Yogshala shared room, Triple-shared room and private room rates are available on the Teacher Training Pages.
Our cuisine is renowned around the world for its quality and diversity. The meals are cooked hygienically by a professional chef, and the ingredients utilized are grown organically. as part of our 200-hour yoga teacher training India course, we provide all vegetarian meals.
If the diet isn't proper, then medicine has no value. If the diet is correct, medicine is not needed.
Consuming the right food is a crucial aspect of a healthy lifestyle. Many believe that doing yoga is enough and that they do not need to control their diet. We at Rishikesh, the yoga instructor training centre, consider yoga to be more than just a form of exercise for our body and mind, but an attitude of living. Yoga, along with healthy eating habits, can boost the benefits you reap from taking yoga.
The food we consume isn't just to maintain our physical health but also to maintain good mental well-being. How food is classified in the yoga world, differ from science? Instead of categorizing food into carbohydrates, proteins, or fast food, the food considered yogic is classified as Satva, Rajas and Tamas. Tamasic foods make us feel lazy. Rajasic food can make you active and cause tension, whereas sattvic makes you feel energized, enthusiastic and lighter.
Our staff here at Rishikesh Yoga Teacher Training Centre are focused on the well-being of our students. As such, every student is required to adhere to the sattvic lifestyle during their time at the Ashram. Sattvic diets help cleanse the body and relax the mind.
Our Mimamsa Yogshaala Chef created the menu with many years of experience working in hotels with five stars across the globe. Chef Karamyogi has extensive knowledge of the sattvic diet.
He is focused on the sanitation of food preparation to ensure it doesn't diminish its nutritional value, which is vital to lead a healthy and happy life.
Ingestion of too much or much food can lead to problems, even if you're eating healthy foods. Excess eating can lead to lethargy and fatigue while eating less than you require will not provide enough energy to get through your daily activities.
We may know our stomachs are full, but we still consume more simply because we like the flavour. It is impossible to determine the correct amount of food a person requires by using scales and other measurement methods since each person requires the right amount of food to perform at a high level. Therefore, we need to pay attention to our body's signals when it tells us to stop eating.
It is believed that the mind of the person who is cooking and eating also influences the food. The energy of food prepared by someone when angry will undoubtedly be lower than those who cook it with a sense of happiness, joy, and appreciation.
A soothing tune or chanting while cooking or eating can help preserve the Prana (life energy force) present in food. We highly recommend considering the food we eat, as the oldest Indian texts state that we are the food we consume!