The Kashmir Shaivism Yoga Shala is located at Arambol beach very close to the majestic Indian Ocean. It is the perfect location for an immersive training, and allows you to be very close to the crystal clear water. Arambol is a secluded and pristine beach, and offers peace and tranquility that is very supportive of spiritual work.
Arambol Beach extends over 16 km and consists of two beaches, more popular is the main beach (Harmal beach), the northern most beach in Goa . The second, beach lies beyond the rocky circlet and can only be reached on foot and is bordered by steep cliffs on both sides. The main beach is long stretch of curving sand is good for swimming. The cliffs near the beaches are popular for paragliding and wild dolphin watching boat trips. Adjacent to the beach a few shops sell clothes, handicrafts from across Goa and India. Some good cafes along the main beach and on the headland to the north cater tasty delicacies. The large and sprung out Arambol village near the seashore Arambol is quiet and friendly, with local fishing men.
The closest airport is Dabolim in Goa, and is 29 km from the capital Panaji. Indian Airlines has direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai daily. The airport is 45 minutes from Arambol and you can just employ airport taxi services. You can also reach the school by bus. Buses from Mapusa stop on the main road at Arambol.
Born into a family of spiritual teachers and masters, Amit Raina gained a deep understanding of spiritual principles and practices at a young age. He avidly pursued the path of meditation and yoga, and carries with him the sacred tantric tradition of Shaivism with a visionary and contemporary mindset. He studied in Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, in the sacred city of Haridwar at the faculty of Oriental Studies the philosophy of hatha yoga, asana, pranayama and satkarmas and receive the certificate in yoga. He then went to Bihar School of Yoga in Munger and receive the certificate in Yogic Studies. He is a student of B.K.S Iyengar yoga institute in Pune for more than fourteen years. This is where he learned body alignment, the proper use of props, correct postures and pranayamas. Amit has created a new form of yoga that incorporates all of the powerful teachings he has acquired and combines the comprehensive and congruent new approach to the ancient art of yoga.