How to Apply and Pay for the YTTC

As we have limited seats, it is advisable to register your seats in advance. Admission is on a first come, first served basis.

>> Registration fees Euros 250 total for single applicant
>> If two applicant register together discount of Euros 50 each. Total to be paid during registration Euros 400 for 2 applicants.

Payment Methods

  • Option 1  : Bank Deposits manually or via Net Banking. Choose any one bank
Bank 1

Name of the Bank: AXIS BANK
Bank A/C No:  916020028126766
Account Name : MAHA MUKTI YOGA
IFSC: UTIB0000156
Swift code: AXISINBB093
IBN NUMBER: 9160200-281-267-66
Account Type: Current

Bank Address:
Swami Dayananda ashram
Purani Jhari,RISHIKESH- 249201- India

Bank 2

Name of the Bank: HSBC
Bank A/C No:  052809654006
Account Holder : Akhilesh Bodhi
IFSC: HSBCO110002
Swift code:  HSBCINBB
Account Type: Saving


Bank Address:

Birla Towers 25, Barakhamba road,
Connaught Place, New Delhi, 110001 – India

 

  • Option 2 : We Accept Paypal
For Single Applicant (EUR 250)




For Two Applicants (EUR 400)




 

Note :

  • Balance fees should be handed over to the center on the day of arrival. The discount (if any, prevailing at the time of booking) shall be deducted from the balance fees.
  • Students should arrive a day before the YTTC.
  • For group bookings or registrations more than 2, please contact us / email us with complete details and we shall get back with group payment options.
  • Once your advance payment is complete, you will also receive an e-mail from us confirming receipt of your application and payment with additional information.
  • If you wish to arrive earlier or leave later than the prescribed dates, kindly let us know, so we can advise a proper plan of your arrival / stay / departure.

The center reserves the right of admission / cancellation. We are devoted to traditional yogic practices and would like our future students to follow suit during the course or after.  We would request our yoga fellow to comply with the rules and principles of the school and respect the traditions and our trainings.

Namestay and welcome…