Yoga Retreat

Yoga Retreat in Rishikesh

Rishikesh, the gateway to the Himalayas and important pilgrimage center is situated on the banks of the mighty Ganges, and imbued with a rich yogic tradition. The history of yoga and spiritual penance runs deep in this region – many ancient Indian legends have taken place here. HYR has a peaceful Retreat center in Laxman Jhula, Rishikesh, away from the hustle and bustle and right to the banks of Ganges.

Training is held here every time. During 7, 10 and 14 days, you will get a precious knowledge about your mind, body and soul, you will learn how to live the life in very peaceful and healthy way.  Our Yoga Retreat including an ancient technique - Shatkarma - body cleansing practice, which helps to prepare the body for asana, pranayama and meditation practice. Throughout your classes you will learn how to purify your physical and emotional body through intensive breathing techniques, reach inner concentration, and connect with your soul.

Our high-qualified teachers happy to share with you all their experience and helps you to get your own. Himalayan Yoga Retreat offers custom yoga and meditation retreats for those looking for a short term and authentic experience.

1 and 2 weeks Yoga Retreats are offered with food and private room accommodation.
1 Week Yoga Retreat fee = USD $220
2 Weeks Yoga Retreat fee = USD $440

YOGA RETREAT DAILY SCHEDULE

In the HYR foods that are considered sattvic include most vegetables, ghee (clarified butter), fruits, legumes, and whole grains.  HYR provide to you food techniques of daily basis. Like what you eat in the morning, afternoon and evening? (Please discusses)      

 In contrast, tamasic foods (such as onions and garlic) and rajasic foods (such as coffee, hot peppers, and salt) can increase dullness or hyperactivity, respectively.

For example, in the hot summer you may feel best on a lower fat diet with lots of raw vegetables, while in a cold climate you may need heartier, warm, cooked foods with plenty of healthy fats.

Yoga Retreat Daily Schedule

Swami Prakash Ji Says

The Himalayan region is considered a deity in the Hindu pantheon, and is empowered to support spiritual practices. The adage “less is more” holds true here. “Just as the difference between a living and a dead person is felt immediately, so it is with the Himalayas. Its vibration gives a natural push to spiritual development”.- Swami Prakash. "His first choice is for students to find mental and physical peace, to be fulfilled and happy, and on the search for the great spirit inside and all around.

Himalayan Yoga Retreat in India