Yoga Retreat

10 Days “Come Home” Yoga Retreat in India

(Yoga Retreat in India)

WELCOME

Experience Retreat at
Satya Yoga Ashram

In India
We at Satya Yoga Ashram are delighted to invite you to our retreat in Rishikesh, India! This is a beautiful opportunity to reconnect with yourself in a lush environment at the stunning Indian sunshine. Many of us after winter may feel a little depleted, a little stiff and in need of a inspiration – we have designed this retreat specifically with the intention of rejuvenation and harmony through a holistic yogic approach of conscious body movement (Hatha Yoga), meditation, pranayama, yoga nidra and much more.

We’ve taught 2,000+ students the way of yoga

We’ve practised yoga as a way of life for well over a decade (for me, this is the case. Is it the same for you?)

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Why Satya Yoga Ashram?

We are holding our retreat in stunning nature front accommodation where you can relax and unwind, with a short walk in the nature.

Yoga Alliance Certified, Worldwide

Daily Morning Gentle Hatha Yoga Practice

Healthy and delicious vegetarian breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.

Intensive and knowledge-filled classes of various practice and theory

Community support from your teachers and fellow students

PROGRAMS

Retreat Highlights

  • Style: Hatha, Nidra, Yin
  • Accommodation Delicious vegetarian meals, Practically 100% organic, will be provided. Individual needs cannot be catered to but everyone will be satisfied by what is on offer.
  • Full board: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 09 nights accommodation

Course Fee - Euro 960 Double Sharing Room

Course Fee - Euro 1150 Private Room

We at Satya Yoga Ashram are delighted to invite you to our retreat in Rishikesh, India! This is a beautiful opportunity to reconnect with yourself in a lush environment at the stunning Indian sunshine. Many of us after winter may feel a little depleted, a little stiff and in need of a inspiration – we have designed this retreat specifically with the intention of rejuvenation and harmony through a holistic yogic approach of conscious body movement (Hatha Yoga), meditation, pranayama, yoga nidra and much more.

We are holding our retreat in stunning nature front accommodation where you can relax and unwind, with a short walk in the nature. The center is surrounded by a lush nature – seasonal flowers and plants – the prana within us gets enlivened
By the prana around us, and there is no better place to end the winter than India!

  • Daily morning gentle Hatha Yoga practice 
  • Daily Pranayama and Meditation practice
  • Daily Yoga Nidra or Yin Yoga
  • 3 Healthy nutritious vegetarian meals
  • 1 healing massages per stay
  • 9 nights accommodation

Asana

The word, “Asana” takes its roots from the Sanskrit language and means, “Yogic Postures or Movements”. Traditionally, we define asana as a “Comfortable Seat” which refers to a seated posture used in meditation. Asana is what make it possible for us to meditate so effortlessly and with so much benefit. This includes all the movement facets of yoga, such as vinyasa, hatha, yin, stretching, and power flow.

Pranayama

Pranayama, also known as breathing exercises, is the foundation of any yoga practice. “Prana” means breath and “Ayama” means to control; combining the two: “Pranayama” means “to control or hold the breath”. This is how we expand our life force energy. You will learn various techniques for different intentions so you know exactly when and how to use them.

Teaching Methodology

Our teaching methodology classes specifically aim to provide a nurturing environment for our students with a curriculum that will set you on the path of the true nature of traditional yoga in this modern day. We will teach various types of yogic practices and theories to give you confidence and awareness of a wide array of foundational yogic knowledge.

What to Expect From Our Yoga Retreat in India !!

The intention of this retreat is to allow ourselves to experience more balanced states of being with the help of a supportive environment – sun soaked beach, warm sands and stunning Arabian sea and by implementing holistic and expansive yogic techniques taught by our skilled and experienced local teachers.

We invite you to come and join us on this restorative journey home – to ourselves, to our better wellbeing, to our inspiration and re-ignition after cold and dark months of winter. This retreat may help you to find a deeper sense of ease, well-being and purpose – Come Home.

Why Just 10 Days Retreat?

Maybe you are the type of person who is very interested in learning the practice and wisdom of yoga but is unsure whether they want to commit to a Yoga teacher training programme. Or maybe, you just dont have the time.
Our 10 day yoga retreat has been created for people like you.
It allows the student to immerse himself in the knowledge and physical aspects of Yoga without having to commit to a long period of study.
It is perfect for beginners to be able to experience a yogic lifestyle, and give them what could become a potential life altering daily practice.

On the other hand it can also provide experienced practitioners who are under time constraints to escape from the stresses of normal life and re-align with their true center.
Whatever your reason may be, Satya Yoga Academy is here to help. And if this has got you wanting to consider doing a longer programme with us, please check our website.

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Satya teaches from the heart!!! That makes his classes so nice. They are authentic and traditional. The best teacher you can have! Nice greetings from Germany!
Olga
Germany
Satya is a great yoga teacher and if you want to experience proper traditional hatha yoga teachings, he is your guy.
Ana Ioana Olar
Romania
I have had an amazing experience with Satya Yoga Academy. And especially with Satyananda. Words are limited in describing the connection we have established.
Daan
Netherlands
I followed the 200 hours Teacher Training led by Satya in France in May 2021, and it was a life-changing experience.
Claire Berard
France
There are not enough words to describe how wonderful this experience was. Not only did I learn so much from the traditional way of teaching Hatha Yoga..
Charlotte Mathieu
Belgium

Upcoming Retreat in India

Upcoming Retreat in India

Course Name
Duration
Sharing room
Private room
Start Date
END Date
Action
Yoga Retreat – Rishikesh
10 Days
960€
1150€
13/02/2024
23/02/2024

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Asana

The word, “Asana” takes its roots from the Sanskrit language and means, “Yogic Postures or Movements”. Traditionally, we define asana as a “Comfortable Seat” which refers to a seated posture used in meditation. Asana is what make it possible for us to meditate so effortlessly and with so much benefit. This includes all the movement facets of yoga, such as vinyasa, hatha, yin, stretching, and power flow.

Pranayama

Pranayama, also known as breathing exercises, is the foundation of any yoga practice. “Prana” means breath and “Ayama” means to control; combining the two: “Pranayama” means “to control or hold the breath”. This is how we expand our life force energy. You will learn various techniques for different intentions so you know exactly when and how to use them.

Teaching Methodology

Our teaching methodology classes specifically aim to provide a nurturing environment for our students with a curriculum that will set you on the path of the true nature of traditional yoga in this modern day. We will teach various types of yogic practices and theories to give you confidence and awareness of a wide array of foundational yogic knowledge.

Kriya

Shatkarmas are six purification techniques that aim to clean the body, and free it from all diseases. When developed into a more ritualistic practice, they improve the flow of prana throughout the organs of the whole body, including the physical, emotional, and mental bodies.

Mantra Chanting

Chanting is using the voice to invoke connection to Self. Different mantras are used to call upon and honour different energies. These are all very powerful and have been used for millennia amongst the yogis as a way to connect them directly to specific deities and vibrations.

Anatomy & Physiology

We conduct theoretical anatomy and physiology classes. Anatomy is a term applied to the body structure of an individual, we use this science to protect individuals from injuries. Physiology is the movement of that body structure. You will be able to apply this knowledge when you start your teaching journey.

Mudras

Yoga Mudras are hand “gestures” which facilitate the flow of energy in the body of an individual. Each mudra has a specific purpose for its energy flow.

Bandhas

We teach you when and how to use and benefit from various body locks physically engaged during a yoga practice, which are used in both more traditional and less traditional practices. This leads to many energetic, emotional, and physical benefits. These are part of yoga mudras.

Philosophy

There are many subjects of philosophy. In this course, we will refer to Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshan) and the Vedic World View, which includes the study of the body, mind, and spirit of an individual and how it all interconnects into one unified field of consciousness.

Meditation

As you observe your deep breathing, you enable your mind to find stillness for a few minutes, all the while keeping your mind away from unnecessary thoughts. This is what we call meditation. We will focus on 3 main types of meditation: Traditional Himalayan Meditation, Healing Meditation, and Sound Meditation. These meditations help you on your path to samadhi.

Alignment

Body alignment is one of the most important parts of Asana because it’s what prevents us from injury and gives us the greatest physical benefits. Well-practiced and learned alignment emphasizes the performance of poses/asanas in an effortless state of body, according to each individual’s body composition. Alignment is crucial in understanding any style of yoga practice.

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