Yoga

India is synonymous with Yoga and Meditation. It is the birth place of Yoga. India is a strong believer of the fact that healing and health is a well rounded practise and takes the holistic approach to it. “A strong mind dwells in a strong body” is the underlying rule of Yoga. India's schools of meditation and philosophies are as old as the subcontinent itself.

Rishikesh, at the foothills of the Himalayas, has for long been the unofficial Yoga Capital of India. The strength of silence, the focussing of the mind, the calm brought forth there in – are important elements to meditation. The tranquil surroundings of the serene mountains, ushers mental peace in.

There are many ashrams and yoga-camps in India, especially in and around Rishikesh. Yoga is a part of daily life in India – just as is its spirituality. The special ashrams help you get-away from the hazards of daily life and enjoy the peace and tranquility. They help you connect with your inner self. There are several forms of yoga and several schools of thought on the same. The very popular Iyengar Yoga, taught by the guru BSK Iyengar (also called “Hatha Yoga”) draws many practitioners. 

Many of the yoga tours are custom made to suit your needs. The backwaters of Kerala is also another popular rejuvenation and yoga destination. The Yoga and meditation tours is a cleansing experience that rejuvenates your mind, body and soul. Om shanti shanti shanti hi. (“Let there be Peace”)

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Yoga - Sample Itinerary in Rishikesh

Day 1: New Delhi

You will be picked you up from and then transfer you to New Delhi railway station for you to board your train for Haridwar 

 

On arrival at Haridwar, transfer to Rishikesh ashram by road. Rest of the at leisure or you may attend the evening activity at the Ashram;

 

Day 2: Rishikesh

 

Ideal Combination -

With stay in a suitable guesthouse for comfort, you will still be able to participate in all Ashram meals and activities This includes breakfast, lunch & dinner

India is synonymous with Yoga and Meditation. It is the birth place of Yoga. India is a strong believer of the fact that healing and health is a well rounded practise and takes the holistic approach to it. “A strong mind dwells in a strong body” is the underlying rule of Yoga. India's schools of meditation and philosophies are as old as the subcontinent itself.

Rishikesh, at the foothills of the Himalayas, has for long been the unofficial Yoga Capital of India. The strength of silence, the focussing of the mind, the calm brought forth there in – are important elements to meditation. The tranquil surroundings of the serene mountains, ushers mental peace in.

There are many ashrams and yoga-camps in India, especially in and around Rishikesh. Yoga is a part of daily life in India – just as is its spirituality. The special ashrams help you get-away from the hazards of daily life and enjoy the peace and tranquility. They help you connect with your inner self. There are several forms of yoga and several schools of thought on the same. The very popular Iyengar Yoga, taught by the guru BSK Iyengar (also called “Hatha Yoga”) draws many practitioners. 

Many of the yoga tours are custom made to suit your needs. The backwaters of Kerala is also another popular rejuvenation and yoga destination. The Yoga and meditation tours is a cleansing experience that rejuvenates your mind, body and soul. Om shanti shanti shanti hi. (“Let there be Peace”)

List Itinerary Row

Day 1: New Delhi You will be picked you up from and then transfer you to New Delhi railway station for you to board your train for Haridwar    On arrival at Haridwar, transfer to Rishikesh ashram...