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Code of Conduct

Real Happiness is affiliated with the Tourism Government of India but we have our own study system following the ancient Indian Education system and we agree with all the rules by the Government of India. We are paying regular sales and income taxes and we have submitted all the identity and other verification documents respectively to Government.

Because we are following some rules, we also suggest the same to our students. Following the rules and regulations is the first step of any educational center.

If you want to be a great teacher, you have to be a great student first.

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All students are required to follow the code of conduct for the smooth running of the Teacher’s Training Program, Retreats and Travel.

  • Respect all students regardless of age, ethnicity, physical limitations and religious affiliation.
  • Punctuality is to be adhered to. Come at least five minutes before the class begins.
  • Sunday remains off. The kitchen staff and teachers have a rest day. The kitchen and classes will remain off on Sunday.
  • In order to be eligible for certification, students are required to maintain attendance at all classes and sessions. If any class or meditation cannot be attended, an explanation should be given to the management members of the school. Frequent absence may lead to expulsion from the course.
  • Final examination and teaching practicum are mandatory. It can be written or oral.
  • Silence is a must follow in the yoga meditation hall during a class.
  • No mobile phones, laptops and photography are allowed during classes. If someone wants photography, he/she has to take permission from all persons who he/she wants to capture.
  • Always turn off the fans, lights, power plugs and close the water taps when not using in the school premises.
  • Disrespect misbehavior or unwarranted talk & argument with the teacher is not allowed.
  • Students must abstain from intoxicants like cigarettes, alcohol & other drugs, during the course.
  • Non-vegetarian food is prohibited on the premises. The food served is vegetarian or Sattvic and conducive to yoga, meditation and Ayurveda.
  • Do not wear transparent, revealing, or striking clothing (such as short, short skirts, or skimpy tops) in any of the classes. Dress should be clean, simple, modest, and comfortable.
  • It is mandatory to wear white clothes on the opening and closing ceremony of the course.
  • Karma yoga is part of your Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda teacher training program. Take charge of your room – keep it clean, make your bed every day, keep the bathroom & toilet clean.
  • Any guests or your friends are not allowed within the premises during the course of the Training program, nor are they allowed to live with the student during the month of training.
  • If you have any medical condition or suffering from any disease, please intimate in advance.