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10 Days 100-Hour Meditation and Yoga Retreat India

  • Luxman Jhula, Rishikesh, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

Living Consciously Meditation and Yoga India Retreat

Rishikul Yoga offers 10 day-100-hour living consciously meditation and yoga retreat in Rishikesh, India. In the modules of this program, Rishikul Yoga offers intense and stimulating topics of yoga philosophy and techniques from meditation and Kriya yoga. This is an ideal program for all the teachers, yoga therapists, and life-style coaches who aspire to enrich their knowledge and skills in the field of meditation teaching. The entire program as it is developed is highly balanced and integral in nature.


  • Yoga practices
  • Meditation practices
  • Workshops on meditation
  • Asana, pranayama, mudra, and bandha practices
  • Spiritual excursion to various sites
  • 9 nights' accommodation
  • Daily vegetarian meals
  • 9 days with instruction
  • English
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Your accommodation will be at Rishikul Yoga's serene and exquisite venue, Pyramid Cafe. Your room will have 24/7 Wi-Fi network available with round the clock assistance and security.

Intention of the retreat

The focus of this retreat program is to study and experience the process of meditation systematically with incisive insight into the philosophical, psychological and therapeutic dimensions of meditative process. This entire program will deepen the understanding of yoga aspirants, teachers, and therapists about various techniques of meditation and will equip them with sound knowledge of philosophical background of the yogic system.

Approach of meditation

Meditation as widely understood is not a set of techniques or ritual. Rather, it is a state of experience of evolved mind. It is a phenomenon which happens as a byproduct of yogic journey. A holistic or integrative approach to yoga is recommended to actualize this state of consciousness and potential of evolved mind in meditative state through various techniques of Hatha yoga such as asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha and shatkriyas as well as time proven techniques of Raja yoga, Mantra yoga, and Kriya yoga.

Outcome of the retreat

The experience that you will gain from the retreat will culminate into a sound and authentic understanding of the yogic system as well as deepening of awareness and experience of meditation which is to aid one to live life consciously and mindfully. Exploration of various meditation techniques will enhance and enrich the understanding and teaching of aspiring teachers and therapists and will add a new perspective to their teaching.

Workshop on philosophical foundation of meditation (theory session) topics

  • Introduction to Yoga Philosophy: Definition, subject-matter, historical sketch, branches.
  • Philosophy of Hatha Yoga: Definition, subject-matter, metaphysical background, classical texts, aspects, and purpose (in light of Hatha yoga Pradipika)
  • Aspects of Hatha yoga: (Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha, Shatkriya) Purpose, Significance on physical, mental and energetic (pranic) levels
  • Philosophy of Raja Yoga (in reference to meditation): Concept, metaphysical background, subject-matter, Patanjali yoga Sutra, key aspects, and purpose

Workshop on preparatory techniques of meditation (practical session)

  • Pre-meditation asana
  • Pre-meditation breath work
  • Nadi Shodhana pranayama (psychic network cleansing technique)
  • Kapalbhati pranayama (frontal brain cleansing technique)
  • Bhastrika (bellows breath-preparatory)
  • Bhastrika (alternate nostril)
  • Bhramari (humming bee breath)
  • Sheetali/sheetkari (cooling breath)
  • Ujjayi (psychic breath)
  • Khechari mudra (tongue lock)
  • Shambhavi mudra (eye brow centre gazing)
  • Nasikagra drishti (nose tip gazing)
  • Prana mudra (invocation of energy)
  • Vazroli mudra (thunderbolt attitude)
  • Sahjoli mudra (spontaneous psychic attitude)
  • Jalandhar bandha (throat lock)
  • Uddiyana bandha (abdominal contraction)
  • Moola bandha (perineum contraction)

Antaranga yoga workshop (theory of meditation)

  • Principles, techniques, and stages of Pratyahara
  • Theory of yoga Nidra
  • Theory of Kaya-sthairyam
  • Theory of Antar Mouna
  • Theory of Ajapa Japa
  • Theory of Trataka
  • Principles, techniques, and stages of Dharana
  • Theory of Antarakasha and Chidakasha Dharana
  • Theory of Hridyakasha Dharana

Workshop on classical meditation techniques (practical session)

  • Kaya-Sthairyam (technique of mind-body steadiness)
  • Yoga Nidra (psychic/trance sleep)
  • Ajapa Japa (a spontaneous meditation on mantra)
  • Antar Mouna (mindfulness of thoughts)
  • Trataka (one-pointed concentration on flame)
  • Antarakasha Dharana (meditation on inner space)
  • Chidakasha Dharana (technique of visualization)
  • Hridyakasha Dharana (a technique to harmonize heart center)
  • Chakra Shuddhi (awareness of chakras with mantra)

Daily schedule

  • 06.30-07:00 Herbal infusion
  • 07:00-09:00 Hatha yoga (asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha)
  • 10:30-11:30 Workshop on philosophical foundation of meditation (theory session)
  • 11:30-12:00 Q/A session
  • 12:00-13:00 Workshop on preparatory techniques of meditation (practical session)
  • 13:00-14:00 Lunch
  • 15:30-16:00 Herbal tea
  • 16:00-17:00 Antaranga yoga workshop (theory of meditation)
  • 17:00-17:30 Q/A session
  • 17:30-19:00 Workshop on classical meditation techniques (practical session)

You will go on a spiritual excursion to various sites around the city of Rishikesh such as visiting ancient meditation caves and joining a sacred fire ceremony at the bank of river Ganges.

The retreat will take place in Rishikesh at a popular spot for travelers perched on the hillside. The yoga hall is on the top floor and has a spectacular view of the river Ganges and jungle.


  • Haridwar, 24 kilometers
  • Jolly Grant Airport (DED), 20 kilometers

Food served during the retreat program is balanced vegetarian food. The selection of food is based on Ayurvedic principles to suit and balance your doshas. There will be three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and two herbal infusions served every day during the program.

  • 1 Neti Pot
  • 1 Rudraksha mala (108 Small Beads)
  • 2 yoga T-shirts
  • 3 meditation CDs
  • 3 yoga books
  • 9 nights' accommodation
  • All practices and workshops
  • Daily meals
  • Laminated papers of mantra chanting
  • Note pad and pen
  • Spiritual excursion to various sites
  • Airport / railway station transfer
  • Upgrade of rooms

Arrival by airplane

Please arrive at Jolly Grant Airport (DED) which is only 20 kilometers from Rishikesh. There are frequent flights from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL).

Rishikul Yoga provides on demand airport and railway station transfer. You may send Rishikul Yoga an inquiry regarding this transfer.

For information about the booking conditions, please send Aditattva Yoga an inquiry.


  • Review by Gigi Fitzmorris from California, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Over the years that I traveled to India, one of my favorite destinations was Ananda in the Himalayas. It is one of the true experiences of the ancient principles and practices of yoga. During many of my numerous visits through the years, Sushant Pandey was one of my practitioners. He was not just gifted, he applied his gifts with integrity to the principle and discipline to the practice. There has never been anyone to match his capacity in the magnificent application of the tradition of yoga Nidra. The procedure in which he implemented his work to proficiently create a habitual behavioral change in particular aspects of my existence was life changing. The training, consistent repetition, and observation he skillfully applied to his method and understanding was a transformational preparation for the duties that I faced each time I left him and his teaching to re-enter a chaotic outer world. It helped me to maintain a lucid life. I am eternally grateful."

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  • Review by Victoria Druzkova from St. Petersburg, Russia
    10 out of 10

    "Sushant Jee is one of the greatest yoga teachers I’ve ever met in my life. He showed real meaning of yoga and meditation. His lessons helped me to find my own way how to teach yoga and how to do practice very healthfully and helpfully for people in class. Sushant is also great meditation master. He showed me many ways to keep the mind still, calm, and relaxed. He also helped me to find my inner peace. Meditation practice with Sushant is one of the best practices I've ever had in my life. I strongly recommend this master for people who want to know more about inner world and who want to learn real the meaning of yoga practice. "

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  • Review by Malini Parthasarathy
    10 out of 10

    "I cannot recommend highly enough Sushant as a yoga guru. Yoga in all its forms, Raja, Hatha or Kriya, is a wondrous and sublime set of teachings and practices. It is amazing how Sushant, in spite of his being very young, has in himself the wisdom and grace of ancient rishis. He personifies how we probably imagine our sages of the Vedic times. He has a modest and unassuming demeanour yet the rigour of his practice, the sincerity and devotion he has to yoga and the zeal of his transmission of these teachings to his students of different types, from various walks of life is striking and singular. My personal experience as a student with Sushant through the years, while I am decades older than him, has been awe-inspiring. His teachings, his demonstration of asanas, pranayama, bandhas and the very important spiritual visualizations of Chidakasha Dharana, Chakra Shuddi, and Ajapa japa have transformed my horizons, shown me that amidst all the challenges life throws at us, yoga alone illuminates a path forward. If not for Sushant’s steady and serene guidance combined with his relentless insistence that yoga be practiced as envisioned by ancient seers, I would not have had a glimpse of the marvel and grandeur of the vistas that yoga opens up to a human being. Sushant’s teachings and practices have the transformational potential that very few yoga teachers are able to offer."

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  • Review by Areceli del Rio Sastre from Finland

    "I met Sushant for the first time in a meditation workshop in Helsinki. It was my introduction to meditation. I had only practiced asanas before and I was very cautious about starting this new phase. I had heard from different friends that it could be painful. With Sushant, I felt very comfortable from the beginning. He is a great professional, with deep knowledge of the topic and very humble at the same time. I felt I could trust him. One of the meditation practices I learnt with him in this workshop, yoga Nidra, has been my main tool through the ups and downs of life during the last years. And I feel deeply grateful.After the workshop in Helsinki, I travelled to India and enjoyed Sushant meditation classes in Ananda. This time another important step forward for me, and again with him.Now with the experience of several years behind me in the practice of yoga and meditation, in Europe and India, I see that Sushant is an extraordinary teacher. His knowhow, the quality of his lessons and his humbleness are a unique combination that I have not experienced with other teachers. I would sincerely recommend to practice meditation with a teacher like him, who can ensure you will leverage all its power to help you grow, while you feel you are completely safe. "

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