Taraji Journeys

Taraji Journeys offers a progressive series of retreats held globally. They are committed to create journeys that are designed to help you with your personal growth, reflection, and recovery.

  • Sunshine Coast, Australia
Limited availability

Excellent 10/10

Based on 3 reviews

Instruction language: English

Offers starting at US$500

Excellent

Based on 3 reviews
Offers starting at US$500
Price for:

5 days / 4 nights

Excellent

Based on 3 reviews
Limited availability

Excellent 10/10

Based on 3 reviews

Instruction language: English

Offers starting at US$950

Excellent

Based on 3 reviews
Offers starting at US$950
Price for:

7 days / 6 nights

Excellent

Based on 3 reviews
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Tara Ahern

Tara is the founder of Himalayan Yin yoga. She commenced studying traditional Chinese medicine in the 1970’s. During this time, she also studied other Taoist energetic practices such as Qi Jung and Tai Chi. She believes movement and sound connect her to the cosmos and the divine. In 2010, Tara took her first Yin yoga class and immediately recognized to couple her 20 years relationship with Buddhism was her purpose in this life. She needed to teach this practice. Tara passionately believes she can only teach what she practices and this is her spiritual path.

Gopal

Gopal was born in Bihar. From birth, he yearned to lead a spiritual life. Consequently, he left his home at the age of 12 to live with his master. He established Yoga Vedanta as a platform for meditation courses and then in 2010 added the additional service of 200 and 300-hour yoga teacher training courses. His teachings are deeply rooted in tradition as well as offering an open-minded approach to the influences of the West. Gopal decided to venture down the East-meets-West path and join Taraji in presenting retreats and teacher trainings to help spread the Vedanta throughout the world.

Testimonials

  • Review by Donna Kirkland from Perth Western Australia

    "I encourage my students to do as many workshops as they can, as I know from my own experience that this is where a lot the deep learning and new awakenings happen for your yoga practice. I suggested that two of my students attend a retreat with Tara ji to India. I was so elated to see the excitement with Jackie and Colin before they left for their retreat, but what I hadn't anticipated was the profound joy and deep soulful connection with their practice that was apparent on their return. They were both on a yogic high for weeks and they said, "Tara had gone the extra yards to make their experience a memory and experience of a lifetime. Tara is full of energy and enthusiasm that can only be described as infectious. Her own deep connection to yoga and India makes her retreats an exciting journey." Not to be missed!"

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  • Review by Jackie Gray

    "Somewhere at the end of the rainbow lies a little city called Rishikesh. I have just had the privilege of getting to know this special place but I would never have been able to do this without Taraji Journeys helping me every step of the way. This unique experience gave me an opportunity to take my spiritual journey to another level. I was introduced to people and places I would never have found had it not been for Taraji. Would I do it again? In a heartbeat, I would."

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  • Review by Bronwyn Lane

    "The first Taraji journey took place in March 2016 in the amazingly spiritual town of Riskikesh in India during the annual International Yoga Festival. Having not been to India before, this was literally a mind opening experience for me. Taraji led us by the hand and showed us all the sights of Rishikesh and introduced us to the satsungs of spiritual leaders e.g. Moodji, Shanti Mi, and Piri Raja. The love and good vibes in this town was almost palpable. Accompanied by two yoga sessions a day and food from the local surrounds, this was an exceptional journey that leaves me wanting to return on perhaps an annual pilgrimage. It feels like home. And this is from someone who has never particularly thought of India as a destination. I can only thank Taraji for the love and care she gave to all of us in the group and would recommend her journeys to anyone wanting a special experience regardless of their yoga background."

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