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I came to Kailash Tribal School (Yoga & Holistic Health) from the UK, to learn more about yoga, but not only did I achieve that, I also learnt a lot more about myself physically, mentally and emotionally. I have also deepened my philosophical understandings, developed strength and fitness and gained considerable confidence in my ability to help myself and others holistically, with a much more solid knowledge base, grounding and understanding. Additionally, I have enhanced my daily routine to include some very beneficial tools and techniques to further improve my health, but something I can also share with clients. An unexpected bonus was the friendships developed through sharing the growing experience with like-minded yogis from many countries, and I am looking forward to the advanced course. Thank you Yogi Sivadas and Alice (Madam). Namaste Mike Hanna <mike@mindtransform.com>

I have waited for quite some time before writing this review. It is simply difficult to put my feelings about Kailash Tribal School into words. My experience learning from Yogi Sivadas was the most amazing experience I've ever had. That is saying a lot. I came to the school after 2 years spent teaching in Ghana. I learned much about myself in that time, but my time spent with Yogi Sivadas not only taught me about myself: it taught me about Yoga: Unity: the Cosmic Consciousness: Love. It changed me. I am not the same person I once was, and I am so grateful for that. My mind has been opened and prodded and found incapable of understanding all things. I find deep peace in accepting my inability to understand all things.

Today I taught my first Yoga class in Pennsylvania. The experience was beautiful. I was given the complement that the class was a "sacred ceremony." This is testament to what I gained from Yogi Sivadas. He is a brilliant yogi, whom I like to call a practical mystic. He takes the mystery of yoga and makes it scientifically understandable. Then he reminds you that science itself is still all a part of this great illusion. And you realize that everything is nothing: infinity is zero: everyone is you: duality is unity.

Do yourself a favor and learn what you can from Yogi Sivadas. I, for one, am not finished learning from him. I will be back, Yogi. That is one of the infinite possibilities that I choose to make a reality. :) Namaste.  Kristen Vogel USA <kmvogel91@gmail.com>

I opted for 200 hours Yoga Teachers Training course with Yogi Sivdas at Kailash Tribal Yoga School in Mcleodganj, Dharamshala. I really enjoyed the experience with Yogi Sivdas. It won't be too much to say that this experience of 200 hours was more fulfilling and enriching than any other experience of my life yet. The chanting and meditation classes in morning put me at ease for the rest of the day. The Asana's classes in morning and evening made me understand my body and mind. It made me understand the strong points of my physicality and the week points as well. The solutions suggested by Yogi Shivdas were very helpful. The Asana's made more and more sense week after week. Every small detail was very well explained by Yogi Sivdas. The discussion about yoga philosophy was a very enriching course. There are numerous things that I took out of those discussions for myself. There are things that make sense to you and then there are things that don't. When things don't make sense Yogi Sivdas really talks about the subject in and out. We talked about almost everything meaningful. From a tiny atom to the entire Universe. I am glad that I opted for a Yoga course with Yogi Sivdas. He is an amazing teacher and a master in his subjects. I would highly recommend him to anyone who wishes to learn something new and better. Thank you. Mumbai, India. Aniket Pande (Yogi Anand) <aniketgambpande@gmail.com>
I feel gratitude towards Yogiji for the kind of experience I experienced at Kailash Tribal School and the perspective knowledge I came across while learning yoga under him. The two important learnings from my experience in the teachers training course that I carried with me are: 1. Be it yoga Asana's or be it life, there is nothing that is 'supposed to be liked this.' There is obviously one particular pose for every Asana's, but Yogiji's teachings taught me it is no competition or a matter of being perfect than anyone. It is about the posture that is the best for oneself. The variations of Asana's he taught was for different body types. Just like in life, the phrase- 'It is supposed to be like this' is quite irrationally rigid. Every person is different physically, mentally and spiritually. Life is not ' supposed to be ' any particular way. Nothing is right or wrong based on a parameter of how it's supposed to be or not. His teachings about differentiating between the functional world and spiritual was one of the wisest point of views of the world I have come across. 2. He second learning was - ' To be an observer in Life.' Through his discussions, it was quite prominently highlighted as a fact. All the rich Philosophy all texts that made the same fact a thing of entirely different realm, Yogiji made the same fact understood in a comfortable and blissful way. By the end of my teachers training course in Kailash Tribal School I had gained a Holistic experience of yoga and gained immense and rich knowledge about yoga and life. I thank Yogi Ji for the beautiful and enriching course. Namaste! Allahabad India. Grusha Grace Victor (Yogini Anjali) <victorgrusha@yahoo.com>
20161008_180557-1On the 17th of October 2016 I arrived in Mcleodganj with the intention of staying for two weeks. As soon as I reached Kailash Tribal School of Yoga and Holistic Healing and met Yogi Sivadas, I knew I was going to stay longer: I wanted to do the 200h Yoga Teacher Training Course with him. It was one of the best decisions I ever took and I will be forever grateful to have been able to study with Yogi Sivadas. It is and has been such a transformative period in which I have gained so much knowledge and insights. Where to start to share the experience?

One of the things I liked very much was the emphasis on the therapeutic and holistic effect of the “basic” asanas. You don’t need to tie yourself into a knot or bend over backwards to be a yogi/yogini. Yoga is for everyone and can be practiced by anyone. As Yogi Sivadas said: “If you cannot appreciate the basic asanas, how can you appreciate the small things in life”. It taught me to be patient, focused and aware. Practicing asanas is just a small part of yoga. I loved our lecture classes about philosophy, the sutra’s, anatomy, diet, Ayurveda, life-style, science, consciousness, the universe and beyond. With only a small group of dedicated people in our class we had the opportunity to discuss and ask as many questions as we wanted. Yogi Sivadas always took the time to answer all of our questions. Sometimes the answers would have a scientific background; sometimes an insightful and meaningful story would provide us with the answer we were looking for.

While doing the 200h YTTC, I took the opportunity to take Reiki classes and a sound-healing course with Yogi Sivadas as well. His guided meditations brought me to an inner place I had never been before and opened new insights about myself. I learned that happiness and knowledge comes from within. “All you ever need to know, is already within you”. Sometimes we just need a person to tell us this.

Regardless of the fact if you are a passionate yoga practitioner, a Reiki-healer, a student of Ayurveda, or none of the above, I would recommend to everybody to visit Mcleodganj and the school. The inner journey you go through is profound and will change you forever. You feel like you see the world for the first time, again. A world where the colours are more colourful, the people more beautiful and where one’s possibilities are infinite.

Namaste, Jeanine Sophie Curvers (Yogini Lalita) <jeaninecurvers@gmail.com> Belgium & Netherlands 
mariaI feel thankful to have had the opportunity to participate in the 200hr YTT at Kailash Tribal School in November this year.I already had my 200 YTT diploma since 2015  and practice yoga for about 6 years (hatha) , this time I was interested to complete 500 hrs YTT and of course learning yoga from a different perspective so I decided to go back to India and join Kailash school which was a great decision.Yogi Sivadas is the Director and Yogi instructor of the school, I trained with him and gained so much more knowledge, he is very talented teacher who imparts his deep knowledge about yogia history, lifestyle, philosophy, ayurveda, anatomy. Yogi Sivadas has a very solid asana classes with different variations, sequences, alignment and individual considerations based  in Dosha types or physical issues. I highly recommend Yogi Sivadas and Kailash Tribal school to people looking to learn yoga or deepen their knowledge in the yoga path focusing on the holistic healing.

I enjoyed it thoroughly and intend to visit the school next year again to complete my 500 hr YTT. Mariuxi Jarrin, Belgium. <mariuxijarrin@hotmail.com> Thank you Yogi Sivadas!
img_6447Yogi Sivadas is the director and Yogi (Instructor) of Kailash Yoga School. I trained with him during two seasons (Summer and Fall, 2016). I grew a lot during that time and delved deeply into conscious concepts regarding yoga philosophy and psychology (i.e., memory, Historical Foundations of Yoga {Pantanjali Sutras, Sanskrit, etc..). He delivered solid Asana classes and showed the students various variations/sequences, with alignment and individual considerations (i.e., Particular Dosha Types). I would recommend Yogi Sivadas to people.students looking to learn Yoga, and all its aspects- focusing on the holistic healing. Gian Michael Sarabia USA <sarabiabm@gmx.com>

To Yogi Sivadas
My Yoga Master

Thank you from all my heart for 2 and half months and 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training, full of learning, experiences and pleasure. It is my luck and honour that I find you as my healing yoga master. I'm exciting for continuing the learning and share this path with the world. Thank you for this gift! Waiting to meet again and to come back in the future for more learning. Namaste

Noa Shihor, Israel Oct 2016 <noashihor84@gmail.com>
IMG_7245I completed the 200 hours teacher training at the Kailash school in August 2016 and throughout I learned something new in every class. Parts of my own, and universal, psychology and physiology were also revealed that I was previously unaware of, giving me an understanding and broader perspective that can be carried throughout life. The course includes an expansive and personally adaptable approach to yoga as a concept and there is an emphasis on integrating the philosophy of yoga within the different aspects of the training.Yogi Sivadas has also been approachable, knowledgeable, dedicated and eloquent and as such I have found him a particularly inspiring teacher.

I consider myself as a 'beginner' coming to the course and after my experience I think it is accessible and relevant to anyone with an honest intention to learn more about yoga and further the experience of their own practice. I know I will enjoy practicing what I have learned here for years to come.

- Joseph Grugeon-Dixon, England <plays_guitar@hotmail.com>
I completed a 200h Yoga Teacher Training Program at Freistilyoga Berlin in January 2016. Yogi Sivadas travels to Berlin to provide the training course. The training was of highest quality, intense, and life-changing. How much it will affect your life depends on you, and that is the beauty of it, because only you can live what Yogi Sivadas has taught. The classes were supremely well organised. Some people say 4 week training courses are too much to take in, in the short space of time. Perhaps that applies to some teachers, but not so with Yogi Sivadas. He made it very possible to learn everything easily in 4 weeks: It was how he structured the course, how he lectured, and the discussions and questions that were allowed. It also gave space to provide your own thoughts, so that the teachings were unforced. They were gentle and stark at the same time. The practical parts were extremely excellent to develop you as a teacher, providing different aspects from meditative to vigorous. The buildup of the course was remarkably professional, leading you gradually to a more advanced state, mentally, spiritually and physically. I was grateful that Yogi Sivadas also introduced his personal experiences in his teachings, because that is powerful, deep and memorable. It goes beyond saying, that Yogi Sivadas can advance the world by his teachings, his wisdom and compassion. Dr. Gesche Heiss <gescheheiss@gmail.com> Germany.
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