Yoga & Meditation Trip Plan

India

Yoga and Meditation Trip in India

India is the land of Ayurveda and its twin, the Yoga. One of the oldest civilizations of the world, India is a spiritual seeker’s perfect answer to embark on a soulful journey. The concept of Yoga is not just limited to the physical health. It is one of the earliest forms of holistic healing where the human mind and the body are tuned to work in harmony.

Yoga evolved in this country around the 6th century BCE and the tradition has been kept alive by spiritual teachers and gurus. Looking out to understand the larger meaning of your life and achieve contentment? Then India and its amazing yoga centric place hold the answer to your quest. Rishikesh, considered to be the world capital of Yoga is in the state of Uttarakhand and it is where your spiritual answer lies.

Situated on the banks of River Ganga, this place is a holy place with its horizon filled with Hindu temples, the Lakshman Jhula and many ashrams where yoga and meditation are preached and practiced daily. Some of the other recommended yoga centers and places of interest are Dharamshala, Pune, Mumbai, Coonor, Bangalore, Kerala and Tamil Nadu where several popular yoga retreats have been built and are popular across the world for enabling people to seek answers beyond their physical being.

These places offer a calm and peaceful ambience to visitors so that tired souls can revitalize themselves, achieve inner peace and relax their mind and body to get back to the daily grind again with rejuvenated spirits and changed outlook. Most of these yoga centers work on a non-profit basis charging visitor nominally while they also do not stick to any religious thoughts or ideas, opening their gates to all travelers with equal anticipation and joy. Delve deep into various meditation techniques and yoga postures at these places to create the perfect balance of the mind and the body.

About the Experience

Yoga and meditation are two faces of the coin, designed to go hand in hand with each other, Yoga helps one in achieving the state for long meditation sessions while meditation helps in making one’s body more appropriate for yoga. India is credited with the invention of both of them and are now diligently followed all over the world in light of the amazing benefits they carry on physical and mental level.
Yogic methods can be found in all branches of Indian spiritual and religious literature, whether the Vedas, Epics, Puranas, Agamas and Tantras, as well as in many special Yogic texts or Yoga Shastras. The integrative approach of Yoga pervades the culture of India as well, including its literature, drama, music, dance, science, medicine, and even grammar. It is this broader approach to the meaning of Yoga that we find in Vedic teachings.
Being the birthplace, one can easily find array of courses and treatments and some of them very niche to India, providing you with unparalled benefits.  All the leading hotel chains provide morning and evening sessions and if someone wants to experience it at the very roots with the help of gurus or wants enlightenment than there are special Yoga and Meditation Ashrams across the nation providing the same.

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