Retreat Overview

12 - 19 March 2022

We are incredibly excited to bring you on this unforgettable retreat program filled with cultural and spiritual knowledge of ancient Indian traditions! On the occasion of India’s biggest festival “Holi”. The festival of colors and sweets. Holi is one of the main festivals of Hindus. It is celebrated in south Asian countries, especially in India and Nepal. Holi is the festival of colours. People pour colored water on each other and cook many types of sweets and other food. Holi is celebrated in the spring season because it is welcoming spring. Hindus believe that spring is full of colours so they throw coloured water on each other

We have planned this 8 days intensive yoga and spiritual experience. In this retreat we will practice yoga and explore the largest and oldest culture of the world, India. During this retreat we are going to explore the 4 most beautiful cities in India, Delhi, the capital of India, Birth pllace of Lord Kirshna Mathura, Agra, the city of world wonders Taj Mahal, and world capital of yoga Rishikesh. Rishikesh is a land of god and goddess we will stay there for few days and will explore this beautiful city. Many sages spent their lives here to worship and meditate. When you enter this city you will feel the vibes


Retreat Highlights

  • 8 Days Retreat

  • Visit of 4 Famous cities Delhi, Mathura, Agra & Rishikesh

  • Stay at 3,4 star resort & hotels  

  • Free Pick & Drop, WiFi 

  • Yoga / Meditation / Paranayama / Sightseeing 

  • Daily Yoga/Meditation & Pranayama Sessions (Optional)

  • Chakra Balancing Meditation

  • Excursion of Historical Places, Hindu Temples, One of the Biggest Temple of India Swami Narayana Akshrdham Temple, World Wonder Taj Mahal, Longest Tower Made By Bricks Qutub Minar etc

  • Free time to Explore, Shop, or Do Arts and Crafts

  • Daily Gourmet and Sumptuous Meals

  • Taste the Variety of Indian Food (Vegetarian & Non Vegetarian)

  • Evening Activities (Meditation, Mantra, Excursion local Area)

Yoga & Cultural Retreat at Aadhya Yogshala

Why To Choose This Retreat

  • Visit India is a land of “Unity in diversity”

  • Yoga, meditation & pranayama with a cultural tour

  • Explore 3 famous cities & more than 10 historical places 

  • Be more relaxed and refreshed than you’ve ever been

  • Get a rare opportunity to really unplug

  • Drop out of “normal life” for a period

  • Have a wonderful time learning a different practice than your own

  • The most amazing part of your experience just might be the people you'll meet

  • Peace and quiet for the mind, refreshing energy for the body

  • The ideal place to unplug, slow down that fast pace, and get back in touch with nature

  • Feel calmness, openness, and increased relaxation

  • Reduce stress and enjoy a better sleep


What Will We Do During This Retreat


Asana  is Sanskrit for “seat”. The idea of the “seat” in this context refers not only to the physical position of the body, but to the position of the spirit in relation to Divinity. This idea is often referred to as the “One Seat”, by Yogis and Buddhists alike. This help to purification of the physical body through the traditional practices of shatkarmas followed by the practices of asanas, pranayamas, mudra and bandha.


Meditation is a state of profound peace that the body experiences when the mind is calm and silent, yet completely aware of the surroundings. you will get a primary concept of meditation, philosophy of meditation, meditation postures, mantra concept, anatomy, and therapy of meditative practices, yogic nutrition, naturopathy.”


Pranayama  is comprised of two words Prana and Ayama.Prana word means vital energy.Pranayama utilizes breathing to influence the flow of prana in the nadis of the pranaamaya kosha.Pranayama (breath) is a bridge between the body and the mind and its practices are an essential yoga practice that reveals deeper layers of the mind.In Pranayama we learn to control our breath by regularly practicing. Pranayama plays a very important role in our life to keep healthy. Let’s check what are the benefits of pranayama.


Sightseeing During the day we will go to the sightseeing we including many beautiful places to explore in this retreat .Here are few famous places we are going to explore Krishana’s Birth Place, Visit of World Wonder The Taj Mahal, Visit one of Biggest Temple of India Swami Narayan Akshrdhaam Temple, Last Few Days Stay in Yoga City Rishikesh, Stay in Nice Hotels or Resorts,Taste Variety of  Delicious Indian Food

Practising Yoga with Dress

What's Include

  • 8 Days Retreat

  • Yoga, Meditation & Pranayama Every Day

  • Pic & Drop from the Delhi Airport 

  • Stay in 3 or 4 Star Hotel or Resorts 

  • 2 Meals Every Day, Breakfast & Lunch

  • 4 Packed Water Bottle Everyday

  • 4 Famous Cities Visit – Delhi, Agra, Mathura, & Rishikesh

  • More than 10 Historical Places Visit 

  • Sightseeing by AC Bus 

  • Free WiFi

Yoga Studio

What's Not Includes

  • Flight Tickets 

  • Insurance 

  • Lunch 

  • Entry Tickets to Sightseeing  

Girl Doing Yoga on a Rooftop

Daily Schedule

  • 07.00 am – 08.30 am – Pranayama & Asana (Optional) 

  • 08.30 am – 09.30 am – Breakfast

  • 10.00 am – 13.00 pm – Sightseeing 

  • 13.00 pm – 14.00 pm – Lunch

  • 14.00 pm – 18.00 pm – Sightseeing 

  • 19.00 pm – 20.30 pm – Mantra & Meditation (Optional)

  • 20.30 pm – 21.30 pm – Dinner

        ** Subject to Change**       

Places We Are Going To Explore

Iskcon Temple Mathura
Iskcon Temple Mathura
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Vashistha Cave Rishikesh
Vashistha Cave Rishikesh
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Beatles Ashram Rishikesh
Beatles Ashram Rishikesh
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Beatles Ashram Rishikesh
Beatles Ashram Rishikesh
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Lord Krishna Birth Place
Lord Krishna Birth Place
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Love Temple Mathura
Love Temple Mathura
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Trivani Ghaat Rishikesh
Trivani Ghaat Rishikesh
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River Rafting Rishikesh
River Rafting Rishikesh
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Come and Join This Beautiful Yoga
& Cultural Tour

Fees -  1350 Dollars Private Room 

1100 Dollars Double Sharing Room 

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