The Bhakti yogshala and vibes of Rishikesh await you. In today’s modern world full of stress every once in a while, you need a place to relax and rejuvenate yourself. A place where you do not have to worry about deadlines or false promises. A place where you can tune out the world for a while and just immerse yourself and be one with nature. We all need such breaks in our life, such places which will give us a purpose to go back to that hustle-bustle again.
The 3 Days 2 Nights yoga retreat in Rishikesh, India builds a solid foundation to learn yoga in a systematic way for beginners who want to establish the yogic way of life. Bhakti Yogshala offers an affordable yoga retreat in Rishikesh, India. three days of yoga retreats will attune you to the yogic life. You will understand the ancient old yoga tradition and will lead you on a journey of discovering your true self.
By joining the retreat program, you will transform your life into something more meaningful. This program is for beginners and advanced practitioners. All levels are welcome. So sit back relax, enjoy yummy meals, and practice yoga, meditation, and pranayama all in the company of a loving community. The 3-day yoga retreat at Bhakti Yogshala is the perfect escape for you to your yoga practice, relax, unwind, chill, and enjoy the mother ganga’s vibes in Rishikesh. They are away live very close to nature. They are a group of yoga lovers and live like a family and believe in awakening to your unique mission. Throughout the yoga retreat, you will be guided by yoga experts and they will help you grow in your yoga practice and guide you throughout. You will be practicing breath work (pranayama) every morning and experience some life-transforming meditations.
To put it simply, Hatha is the basic foundation that one needs before they delve any deeper in the practice of yoga. This type teaches you to learn how to align and calm your mind, body, and soul along with practicing a few basic postures. A gentle form, it is specifically good if you are a beginner or completely new to Yoga practices. Hatha belongs to one of the oldest practiced forms of yoga that not only includes practicing yoga postures but also mastering the technique of breathing so you can learn how to control the flow of your breathing in accordance with your yoga. During your hatha practice, you will also learn about Suryanamaskara. Also known as sun salutation, this is a complete yoga series which caters to everything from your head to toe and within.
Made famous by K. Pattabhi Jois in the 20th century, Ashtanga is a dynamic form of yoga which concentrates on eight limbs which are yama, niyama, asanas, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi. As you go deeper into the practice, you will learn that Ashtanga yoga has a set of six defined sequences. One must master them in an order and should only move to the next sequence once they are certain about it. Ashtanga yoga is more challenging than Hatha and demands a lot out of you which is great if you require a fully mind and body workout.
A sub-sector of Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa is more about smooth and effortless transitions between a series of strategically planned postures. There are various difficulty levels of the type, however, since it is a part of your yoga holiday experience, we would only enable you to practice a flow that is soothing and apt for your body and health. The main purpose of Vinyasa is to allow you control and align your breathing with your mind and body and in doing so, it intensifies the mind-body connection and helps you improve your flexibility and overall strength.
As humans we are expressions of the universal pranic energy or the prana (life force). However improper lifestyles and unconscious untrained ways of breathing processes hampers our life force and unbalances our body and mind increasing stress , anxiety and fears in our minds . In our course one will learn how to breath properly and to guide and expand prana or life-force in the right way to connect to our higher self.
Meditation Known as dhyana in yogic language, Meditation, in simple terms, is the technique of bringing your body and mind to a state of rest and attain a state of mindful consciousness which is unlike any other experience you have ever experience. The significance of meditation cannot be highlighted enough, especially if you have a frantic work-life schedule. While meditating, you are in a completely awake state but rather than focusing on the world outside of you, you are guided to take a journey to the world inside of you and connect with your inner self instead of what’s happening outside.
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