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Ayurveda Retreats in India - Maa Yoga Ashram

If you would like to have an experience at an Ayurveda Retreat in India then Starlim India can book a retreat programme for you in Rishikesh at Maa Yoga Ashram. This ashram is located at the foothills of the Himalayan ranges where the climate is always pleasant and inviting. Whether you are looking for detoxification, mental and physical wellness or just relaxation then you could go in for the traditional Ayurveda retreats in India at Rishikesh where the Ayurveda retreat is genuine and authentic.

Ayurveda Retreats in India at Maa Yoga Ashram - Rishikesh

If you would like to have an experience at an Ayurveda Retreat in India then Starlim India can book a retreat programme for you in Rishikesh at Maa Yoga Ashram. This Ashram is located in the foothills of the Himalayan ranges where the climate is always pleasant and inviting. Whether you are looking for detoxification, mental and physical wellness or just relaxation then you could go in for the traditional Ayurveda retreats in India in Rishikesh where the Ayurveda retreat is genuine and authentic.

Dates Price
➢ 1 Day Ayurveda Retreats $ 70 USD
➢ 2 Days Ayurveda Retreats $ 140 USD
➢ 3 Days Ayurveda Retreats $ 200 USD
➢ 4 Days Ayurveda Retreats $ 270 USD
➢ 5 Days Ayurveda Retreats $ 330 USD
➢ 6 Days Ayurveda Retreats $ 390 USD
➢ One Week Ayurveda Retreats $ 450 USD
➢ 10 Days Ayurveda Retreats $ 650 USD
➢ Two Weeks Ayurveda Retreats $ 850 USD
➢ One Month Ayurveda Retreats $ 1600 USD

What to Expect at Ayurveda Retreats in Rishikesh?

Ayurveda retreats in India are usually of one to two-week duration and offer you a combination of Yoga and Ayurveda. Ayurveda yoga retreats are good for detoxification of the body, mind, and soul so you will experience the therapeutic benefits of an Ayurveda Yoga Retreats in all aspects of your health

You also have the option to have full body cleansing. All procedures are advised by qualified Ayurveda doctors according to the individual body constitution and associated problems. In fact, the Ayurveda retreat programme also includes some fun activities and a little adventure to give you complete mental and physical relaxation.

Beautiful Location in Rishikesh

The Ayurveda retreats in India are located in beautiful, peaceful surroundings in the Himalayan Mountains where the environment is clean and the view breathtaking. The retreat center itself has a resort atmosphere with modern amenities. The location is selected to foster a healing environment where the air and water are pure and the food organic so you benefit fully from your Ayurveda retreat. Besides offering a general Ayurveda retreat programme the Ashram also offers customized Ayurveda treatments during the retreat to cater to your personal health issues or needs. The massages can be tweaked to help your recovery if that is what you wish for.

Ayurveda Retreats in Rishikesh

Daily Programme: Ayurveda Retreats in India

A typical day at an Ayurveda Retreat in India typically begins with yoga and meditation, Ayurveda treatment, massage or herbal bath. Vegan/vegetarian meals are in keeping with your Dosha and the long nature walks are advised for relaxation. Ayurveda retreats also provide tips on how to live a healthy lifestyle, prevent diseases, and guidance in cooking healthy foods. Ayurveda retreats also allow you time for other activities such as trekking in the Himalayan foothills, camping and bird watching, or even white water rafting in the nearby Ganges River.

Schedule: Ayurveda Retreats

06:30 am to 08:00 am : Hatha Yoga
08:00 am to 09:00 am : Organic Breakfast
09:00 am to 10:00 am : Meditation (Yog Nidra)
10:00 am to 02:00 pm : Ayurveda Treatment
01:00 pm to 02:00 pm : Organic Lunch
03:30 pm to 04:30 pm : Meditation (Yog Nidra)
04:30 pm to 06:00 pm :Yoga
06:30 pm : Ganesh Aarti
07:00 pm - 08:00 pm : Organic Dinner

During our Ayurveda retreats, mantras will be taught (optional) and chanted, and time for personal meditation is available throughout the day. Packages include organic, Ayurvedic, sattvic (upon request), vegan/vegetarian, and very tasty meals which is good for all body Doshas. One can also avail services like herbs and Ayurvedic medicines by paying extra!

Highlights: Ayurveda Retreats

» Rejuvenation and detoxification of whole, body, mind, and soul.
» Improves concentration and focus of Mind.
» Classical Ayurvedic panchakarma for full body cleansing according to Ayurvedic classics.
» Balances the imbalanced bodily humor Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
» Increases immunity, rejuvenates the cells, tissues, and organs.
» It includes all procedures of Panchakarma – Vamana (medicated vomiting), Virechana (medicated diarrhea), Basti (enema), Nasyam (nasal drops), Abhyanga (ayurvedic massage), Shirodhara, Steam etc. Any procedure could be changed by Ayurveda and Yoga expert according to body constitution and problems. It will include Himalayan foothills adventure.

Itinerary: Ayurveda Retreats

Day-1 Yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Ayurveda - Abhyangam, swedanam, Shirodhara and internal oileation, oil will be specified according to the need of body constitution. Free Ayurvedic consultations by Ayurveda doctor.
Day-2 Yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Ayurveda - Abhyangam, swedanam, Shirodhara and internal oileation, oil will be specified according to the need of body constitution. Himalayan Adventure
Day-3 Yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Ayurveda - Abhyangam, swedanam, Shirodhara and internal oileation, oil will be specified according to the need of body constitution. Himalayan Adventure.
Day-4 Yoga and Meditation & Pranayama.
Ayurveda - Abhyanga and swedanam along with major detox like Vamanam or Virechana (colonic cleansing)
Day-5 Yoga and meditation and pranayama.
Ayurveda - Morning Abhayangam, swedanam, Nasya Karma and Basti treatments.
Himalayan Adventure.
Day-6 Yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Ayurveda - Abhyangam, swedanam, Shirodhara and internal oileation, oil will be specified according to the need of body constitution.
Himalayan Adventure
Day-7 Yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Ayurveda - Abhyangam, swedanam, Shirodhara and internal oileation, oil will be specified according to the need of body constitution.
Ayurvedic consultation.

Food & Accommodation: Ayurveda Retreats

We have ashram accommodations which have very basic facilities – double bedroom with private bath, hot water and toilet. In the event that Ashram rooms are not available, accommodations will be arranged in a nearby hotel.

» Breakfast – fruit salad and herbal arogyam tea, Porridge and Arogyam tea, Fruit juice with wheatgrass powder.
» Lunch – Indian Thali or sattvic meal.
» Supper – Khichdi and vegetable soup, steamed vegetables.

Pics of accommodation at a nearby hotel

Double Room Accomodation at Maa Yoga Ashram
Maa Yoga Ashram - Double Room Accomodation
Beautiful Location for Aurveda Treatment

Ayurveda & Yoga Retreats in India - Booking Procedure

Our one and two week ayurveda retreats in India, conducted at Maa Yoga Ashram – Rishikesh, run throughout the year. To reserve your seat, simply pay a non-refundable deposit of 20% of the fee of your selected retreat. The remaining balance, once paid upon arrival and prior to the start of your retreat, is also non-refundable. For further details, please send your enquiry mail to support@starlim.org Apply Now

History of Ayurveda in India

Ayurveda is a holistic, ancient, time-tested and traditional system of medicine that is indigenous to and widely practiced in India. The word Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term meaning "science of life.” Ayu means "life" or "daily living" and veda means “knowing". Ayurveda was first recorded in the Vedas – the ancient texts of the Himalayan sages. The Ayurvedic healing system has been practiced in daily life in India for more than 5000 years. All Ayurveda literature are based on the Samkhya philosophy of creation. (The root of term Samkhya: sat means “true", and khya means "to know"). The Vedas, made up of the Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva Vedas in which the ancient scriptural knowledge is found, have been handed down to us generation by generation over several thousand years of oral tradition, before finally being recorded in written form. It was not until about 500 B.C. that the sage Adi Sankara culled the end portion of vedas, called vedanta, which reveals the knowledge that the self and the supreme being are one. Sankara recorded this knowledge on palm leaves. Rig Veda, the foundation pillar and oldest of the Vedas, contains many references to Ayurvedic principles, although Ayurveda itself was primarily developed from the Atharva Veda, the most recent of the Vedas.

The mainstay of Ayurvedic knowledge we have today is found in two treatises, Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita, each of which first appeared at the turn of the first millennium, B.C.

The main objective of Ayurveda is to impart healthful longevity and to relieve human suffering. This is achieved through appropriate regimens of Ahara, Vihara, and Ausadhis and systemic Samshodhana {detoxification} of the body.

Maa Yoga Ashram - Rishikesh

Apart from ayurveda retreats in India, Maa Yoga Ashram (Rys 200, 300, 500) also offers ayurveda courses & personalized yoga teacher training registered with Yoga Alliance. Read More