Brahamyoga offer Kundalini yoga retreat, Detox & wellness retreat, Reiki Retreat, yoga teacher training, Ayurveda rejuvenation therapies for many problems.

Reviews (5)

Debra Lee

from India, November 2017

"Kundalini retreat & panchakarma"

The teaching and guidance that Deepak provides is though and has given me a good knowledge base to take forward in my life. A good level of support, detailed conversations about all aspects of the practise and unexpected guidance has left me very grateful for having this exclusive. Thank you Deepak.

Bharti Serai

from United Arab Emirates, October 2017

"Detox and Meditation"

I liked the way each and every asanas were to be done according to my health.

Meditation was so relaxing.

Massages are always good. It helped reduced 1/2kg in 7 days.

All were very composed and gentle in communication. Also environment was very friendly.

Hope to continue this in my daily lifestyle.

Rayna Setya

from United States, May 2017

"Had an awesome experience. "

The teachers were great. I am new to yoga. I was taught with love and care. The meditation and ayurvedic treatment was wonderful. The ashram sits on the banks of the ganges.

Alice Rackham

from India, April 2017

"Good if you have realistic expectations "

Good, if you have realistic expectations. The pictures and descriptions alone led me to believe this course would be in a communal setting, with gardens and communal (social) accomodation with fellow students. Many pictures showed groups practicing outdoors. However the reality is the course could well be done in isolation. I was lucky enough to have one other traveller start on the same day as me, we then spent the week walking between our rooms at local accomodation (not an ashram Or even at the school) and a small room in which we did yoga and detox therapies, which could barely fit more then 3 people (the school). If you have realistic expectations this course would be for you. However myself I felt disappointed, I was wanting a lively environment where I could meet others and practice yoga. The yoga itself was okay, the teacher seemed to think yoga was secondary to detox, an added bonus he said.. which once again is okay if you have realistic expectations. This is not a bustling hive of yoga activity, more a quiet room that one should visit if they really want some solitude. On a positive, the therapists are exceptional- Saroj was a blessing, so down to earth and vibrant. Meeting her was the best part about this experience. I hope this review encourages those wanting solitude, and discourages those who are seeking something else.

Ute Holzhey

from Germany, June 2017

"Richikesh großartig - Ashram schlecht"