Yoga vacations are a great way to escape the daily grind of your busy schedules. Yoga vacations offer an opportunity for people who would like to experience a yogic lifestyle but are unable to commit to a full one month yoga teacher training course. We appreciate that busy schedules and commitments can hinder you from the path that is true to your heart therefore we are creating the opportunity for an ashram stay available to everyone despite the obstacle of time.
We have opened our Ashram to accommodate short term stays, otherwise known as, yoga vacations, according to your availability of time. It will be an opportunity for you to step onto the disciplined path of yoga which is otherwise difficult to do in daily life.
Our yoga vacations in our ashram will give you an understanding of the discipline of yoga which will then create an energy for you to further explore the spirituality of yoga. The knowledge gained through the experience of a yogic lifestyle will give a much deeper insight into the life of a yogi.
Our yoga vacations are not so intense, you are required to follow our daily routine however time will available in the afternoons for self reflection, self study, partake in activities or just relax with a fresh juice in our cafe.
During your stay you will have an experience of ashram life which includes, but not limited to, yoga asana classes, meditation and pranayama classes, karma yoga and 2 x vegetarian meals served daily.
Requirement & Rules
- Minimum stay is 3 nights (subject to availability).
- All guests are expected to follow strict ashram rules.
- Failure to abide by ashram rules will result in being requested to leave.
- investment: 1000 rupees per night inclusive of 2x vegetarian meals, yoga asana and meditation classes.
Below is our daily timetable adjusted for short term ashram stays.
5:00 am Wake-up
5:30 am Very light morning refreshment
5:45 am Asana/pranayama/meditation
8:45 am Arti
9:00 am Brunch
9:45 am Karma Yoga
10:45 am Break
3:00 pm Yoga Asana
5:30 pm Dinner
6:00 pm Evening meditation and Satsang