Taking Yoga Beyond
The Mat Training
- Sunrise homam meditation
- daily ayurvedic consultation & treatment
- organic food sourced from our own farm and prepared according to ayurvedic receipes
- opportunity to learn powerfull sanskrit mantras
- visit organic farm and herbal pharmacy
- Yoga Nidra
- pharmacy visit
- learn the ancient martial art kalari
- morning and evening yoga
- farm to table approach
- daily discussion on soil to soul healing throuth food pranayama yoga and ayurveda and living in harmony with nature
- community chanting
- ayurvedic treatments
- indigenous gosala
Soil To Mind Retreat
Join us for a unique Ayurveda & Yoga Retreat in the luscious tropical lands of South-West India and benfit from the incredible healing energy of the arabian Sea & Mountain Centre.
April to September 2019
Like an air blow removes the dust on a table and a water blow cleans the dirt from a glass top, Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation and drinking enough water removes dust and toxins from our mind and body. The worries of life and the distorted and unhealthy food habits have made us a generation polluted more than the generations before. People have forgotten or neglected the soul’s natural way of accumulating knowledge and experiencing life........
As a serious practicing person, to get into a clean life is by removing all the toxins from the Body -Mind and Prana. Ayurveda has its wonderful and powerful tool of cleansing the existing toxins from the body by Panchakarma. Along with Yoga-Meditation- and Pranayama and food prepare with Ayurvedic principles, will make you a new person in every means. It will be a strong foundation to a healthy and happy life ahead.....
Aim Of Yoga
The ultimate aim of Yoga is to experience the Truth, by realizing the true nature of our ‘Self’ and the Universe. Then one can become free from the chain of cause and effect (Karma) which brings us to earthly life again and again. In that highest state of yogic realization, one can regain one’s real nature – Eternal Existence, Supreme Wisdom, Absolute Bliss (Sat-Chit-Ananda).
The word ‘Yoga’ comes from the Sanskrit word “yuj” meaning to yoke, or unite and also can be translated as ‘harmony’. This implies harmonizing all aspects of the individual – body with mind and mind with soul – to achieve a happy, balanced and fulfilling life, and at the advanced stages of Yoga, a yogi can realize the universal consciousness, uniting the ‘self’ with the ‘supreme’.