Founder’s Introduction Namastey to All !
I would like to introduce our yoga schools, “Ravinder Yoga School”, in this brief presentation. When starting The Ravinder Yoga School in 2017, it was with the conviction that commanding the yoga is imperative in order for youngsters to be able to realize their full potential in the modern world. We can no longer comfort ourselves as educators that our school yoga learner students learn to Yoga “well”. That is not enough. We have to be a step ahead and ensure they acquire a total inner security when they will practice, being able to explore and discuss issues in-dept. Our schools offer the best environment for achieving this. We recruit the main part of our teachers from Rishikesh, India. We provide a very friendly environment in our schools. A major part of our teaching is how to become a good student. An important part of our success in education is that we provide a secure environment for teaching and learning. We believe in discipline, the concept of “tough love” and we have high expectations for everyone. This is in stark contrast to the currently endorsed “feel good curriculum” in so many other places. We see the need to work hard and be ambitious in order to reap the rewards. Every member of our team is committed to placing high-quality education first. A school which experiences constant progress in learning, in an environment frees of fear of bullying and violence becomes a place filled with joy and good vibrations. At our Ravinder Yoga School, we see student achievement as a shared responsibility involving the student, family, educator, and community. All of our schools employ the system of continuous assessment in all sessions. Using this system, we ensure that we always know how each of our students is progressing and can avoid unpleasant surprises at the end of the course session. We provide formal feedback to students at the end of the session via conferences and end-of-term reports. We welcome you to come and see how we work!

Ravinder Singh Padiyar
Founder of the "Ravinder Yoga School"