Established in 2001, Patanjali International Yoga Foundation is a yoga training institute in Rishikesh, focuses on holding research activities based on ancient yoga. During the course, you will experience traditional Hatha Yoga to get an insight into real yoga philosophies. Each day will start by with chanting mantras followed by breathing exercises and Hatha Yoga classes under the guidance of Dr. Jitendra Das, an Indian your master who has studied and practiced yoga, Ayurveda and Vedic scripts.
Anahata, the barefoot luxury retreat on Ashvem beach is world-famous for its beach yoga. Classes are conducted twice a day at its wooden yoga shala that overlooks the calm sea. Here, early morning sessions are set for vinyasa flows, and hatha yoga flows in the afternoon sessions. Whether you are a beginner or expert, guest or outsider, it’s open for all. All sessions are carried out under the guidance of resident instructor Akansha, a certified yoga instructor from Yoga Alliance USA.
A journey of Self-discovery, it’s the tagline of Shreyas- a yoga retreat based in Bengaluru. Famed for being the only luxury ashram in India, Shreyas imbibes traditional yoga philosophies to discover a holistic way of living life in harmony with the Mother Nature. Spread over 25 acres of landscape, Shreyas believes in familiarizing real insights of Ashtanga and Hatha yoga principle. The basic 3-night yoga retreat package includes daily yoga sessions followed by meditation sessions.
Overlooking the holy river Ganga, Ananda spread over a landscape of 100 acres in the foothills of mighty Himalayas. Fledging a completely therapeutic environment, Ananda conducts personalized yoga and meditation sessions centered on traditional yoga practices, including hatha yoga, raja yoga, and kriya yoga. You could either join the morning group at Hawa Mahal or go solo at the Music Pavilion near the sal forests.