Tattvaa Yogashala is proud to be the only Rishikesh studio located directly on the banks of the Ganges River. The space had been used in the past as a community center, holding events and providing food to spiritual seekers.
In 2007, Tattvaa Yogashala was opened to continue serving the yoga community. The views of the Ganges River from the hall inspire devotion to the practice. After classes, Tattvaa students often take the 10 steps down to the river to soak in the clear running river.
The inside walls feature Sanscrit sutras from the book of Ramayan, reflecting love, devotion, and dedication. Adorning the large windows are colorful drapes which correlate to the 5 elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, and Ether. On the altar wall is a portrait of Swami Atma Prakash, the first yogi to practice Tapasya on this bank of the Ganges in the late 19th century.