You are invited with us on a unique and fully guided journey to India for inspiring yoga retreats. This is a very authentic experience of traditional yoga and ashram life that will touch your heart, open your mind and inspire your actions.
Meet us in Kolkata and travel together to Rikhia for the in-depth Chakra Sadhana Retreat (using chakra focus during asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra and sound sessions), and then the Prana Vidya Retreat (a system to realise and expand prana for healing and spiritual awakening). These are enriching and transformational retreats that will give you an opportunity to find greater depth and understanding in your practice, irrespective of your level of experience. Participate in Diwali (festival of lights) celebrations on the 19th October followed by a short trip to Munger for an ashram lifestyle experience. See below for more information about the retreats, packages available and add on options to take part in the yagnas.
Deepen your knowledge of yoga and how the chakras influence your personality, health and mind. Chakras are energy centres in the body that regulate the circulation of energy and influence all our expressions. Experience great depth using chakra focus during asana, pranayama, meditation, theory sessions and more. Be inspired by deep insights from the Senior Swamis of Rikhia Peeth and integrate into ashram activities.
Prana (energy) Vidya (knowledge) is an ancient and powerful psychic practice dealing with the system of prana for healing and spiritual awakening. Experience the scientific and esoteric aspects of the subtle breath and body, including practical techniques for awakening the energetic fields. Awaken and manipulate prana consciously, develop subtle awareness to perceive and gain knowledge of the nature of prana which in turn leads to new dimensions of awareness, as well learning to direct this subtle energy for self-healing.
Experience a 5000 year old tantric fire ceremony that celebrates giving, sharing and transformation.
Commemorates the birth of Swami Satyananda and celebrates his unparalleled efforts in spreading the techniques of yoga.