Bangalore is a typical South Indian city where modernity meets age-old tradition. Well known across the world for its info tech startups, Bangalore also holds in its vast swathes, traditional South Indian residential areas, temples, and markets that reflect the beautiful way in which India absorbs everything and gives it its unique twist.
Eat Dosa and Idli with delicious coconut chutney and full meals with several entrees all under a dollar or enjoy the cuisine from across the world and the art/party scene in the more modern part of town.
- Weekend Course: School of Thai Massage holds its courses normally at our HRBR centre in partnership with Sajivam Wellness. It is located in a quiet residential area with some eateries and other services all around.
- Intensive Course: Located far away from the hustle and bustle of Bangalore is the Narayan Gurukula. Located south on the Kanakpura Road the Gurukula (School) is run by Ma (The Mother) who cooks, runs the entire establishment while taking care of her cows and her small forest. If you help her out in the kitchen you could learn some Indian cooking too.
Getting there and Away
Airport: Kempegowda International Airport (BLR)Airport.
Railway Station: Bangalore (code SBC)
Online/ app based taxis: Meru, Ola Cabs, Uber
Public Transport: Well established bus and metro/tube network