Spark your spirit of adventure and explore the exotic smells and tastes, the vibrant colors and landscapes, and the rich spiritual tradition of India. Create memories as you practice yoga and meditation with an intimate group, meeting enlightened beings, sitting in sacred places from Delhi, across Rishikesh, to the foothills of the Himalayas. This is a crash course into learning how to travel the ancient land safely and respectfully, while immersing yourself in Indian customs and traditions.
The maximum participants in the group is 10.
You will spend your nights in a hotel accommodation in Delhi and in a hotel accommodation in Rishikesh.
During this yoga holiday, you may practice daily yoga and meditation; it is optional. Your guides have lived and traveled in India for many years and they will teach you about the history and culture. You will learn how to travel India safely and with respect to culture, tradition, and practices.
Have fun exploring India such as a visit to temples, and other sacred and historical sites of Northern India. You will attend and witness celebrations and traditions. For example, you will attend satsang gatherings, where students and spiritual teachers from different schools of yogic and meditative backgrounds come together.
This is more than just a tour group. At the end of ten days, Anuttara Ashram hopes to provide you with a real understanding of this rich and rare culture, while experiencing authentic adventures and making memories to last a lifetime.
Nirav, also known as Thomas, is a wacky, fun-loving, and rather humorous yogi. He is the founder and leader of Anuttara Ashram since its inception in 2005. He has been practicing yoga and tantra since 1999. His study of tantra yoga is based on an understanding of the depths of meditation, leading him into many solitary retreats into yoga practices and Buddhist meditation. He has been teaching in India, Thailand, and Canada since 2002. His knowledge and love of the practice radiates throughout the room and helps his students to expand the areas that they personally need.
Artemis Aarti Doyle
Artemis works as the director of operation at Anuttara Ashram and is a co-founder of Anuttara Yoga. She spends a lot of time working on promotions, advertisement, and the general ambiance of the Ashram. She is dedicated to heightening the collective vibration by guiding spiritual practices that reveal practitioners to their true selves, and she selflessly holds space for all who are blessed to be in her realm. As a yoga teacher, she is recognized as having a natural connection with the divine.
India offers exotic and vibrant smells, colors, tastes, traditions, people, and landscapes. It is a country that cannot be forgotten and certainly should not be missed.
You will be served daily breakfasts.
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Anuttara Ashram will pick you up from the airport.