Food & Accomodation


Food & Accomodation

The great Yogi Swami Vivekanand used to say that a healthy mind resides in a heathy body, similarly a great practitioner natures and rooms in an appropriate atmosphere. We provide the yogic atmosphere via our accommodation to our students. We respect your privacy and want to provide you best we have.

Accommodation is also provide in the guest house with all the modern facilities. We have Ganga view and regular rooms which are very comfortable and peaceful. All rooms are with private attach bathroom with hot water and 24 hour power backup. Unlimited WiFi is available for all the student.

In the Ayurvedic tradition, foods that are considered sattvic include most vegetables, ghee (clarified butter), fruits, legumes, and whole grains. In contrast, tamasic foods (such as onions, meat, and garlic) and rajasic foods (such as coffee, hot peppers, and salt) can increase dullness or hyperactivity, respectively. But maintaining a diet that keeps your body light and your mind clear doesn’t necessarily mean eating only sattvic foods.

What is best for you and what in the end will best support your yoga practice is informed by your constitution (known in the Ayurvedic tradition as vikriti) and your current state (prakriti), Kraftsow says. “Both need to be considered,” he adds.

Himalayan Yoga Retreat serves 100% vegetarian and sattvic food to all their students. The food is prepared in a very hygienically using organic vegetables.