We invite you to join us with a willingness to open the mind and heart as we support you to experience meaningful possibilities that you can take home with you.
Yoga Retreats (2)
Ananda fell in love with the Himalayas from the first sight. From the very first moment she breathed in the crisp and rich mountain air, she knew she wants to stay. India was her home for years and it is forever taking a big place in her heart. Now she's so excited to share the beauty of this magical and sacred place with you. She will guide you not only through the practices of yoga, Thai massage, kriyas, and meditations. She will show you her favorite places, secret paths, and hidden caves, where saints used to practice a long time ago.
Swami Prem Adeh
Swami Prem is a known Zen teacher in India with strong energy and charm. He received initiation from Swami Maha Vishnu and studied the "expanded consciousness" meditation. Ten years later, he secluded in the Tien Shan mountains for two years. In 2001, he reaches Samadhi (Satori). In 2004, he became a disciple of Zen a member of the International Association of Zen and receive a blessing to teach Zazen from Katya Koren Robel President Sôtô Zen Buddhist Association. In 2005, he moved to the foothills of the Himalayas, Rishikesh, where he began to teach meditation, Zen.
He received sannyas initiation personally from the enlightened master Osho in Mount Abu, India in 1972 and lived with his guru until 1992. He was familiar with Jeddah Krishnamurti, conducted spiritual practices with George Gurdjieff and Peter Uspensky, philosopher-mystics of Russian origin. For a long time, he worked as dean of the main agricultural university of India Anand Agricultural University (AAU) and has a doctorate. He teaches at the Osho ashrams throughout India and Europe and teaches Dynamic meditation, Kundalini meditation, chakra sound, and Satsang.
Ceri’s training comes from a combination of martial arts-inspired sequences and Vinyasa flow yoga. Ceri teaches restorative flows and yoga fundamentals where emphasis is on connecting movements to breath through strong sequences and steady postures. With hands-on adjustments and warm flowing pranayama always an important element of practice. After a number of years working with Gifford Circus and living and working in central America Ceri wanted to unite her passion for the dynamic movement arts from aerial silks to hula hooping and Vinyasa yoga and decided to set up "Ebbing and Flowing Yoga".