Yoga and Ayurveda are the holistic part of India. This oldest therapeutic system of the world found its ground in India at its very origin. The Yoga and Ayurveda when combined together provide for maximum repose and rejuvenation to your fatigued body muscles and the strained mind. The magical powers of these age old therapeutic system have been used for providing healing, curative measures to the body since time immemorial. These Yoga and Ayurveda tour packages are a perfect blend of yoga asanas and meditation practices along with certain number of Spa sessions.
Yoga and Ayurveda Tour Packages
Best Yoga & Ayurveda Holiday Packages in India
Cochin – Alleppey – Kovalam – TrivandrumTrip Highlights
- Visit Cochin spice market
- Sail across backwaters
- Guided tour of Cochin
- Enjoy at Kovalam beaches
- Relax with an Ayurvedic therapy
- Explore attractions of Trivandrum
Delhi – Haridwar - Rishikesh - Shivpuri – DelhiTrip Highlights
- Delhi city tour
- Explore the attractions of Rishikesh
- Take part in yoga and meditation classes
- Nature walk at Shivpuri
- River rafting at Shivpuri
- Games drive at Chilla
The medicinal science of Ayurveda is practiced in India since the Vedic times. The literal meaning of the Ayurveda is the ‘Science of Long Life’ that helps in enhancing natural beauty, positive health and the longevity of life. It is the time tested and trusted methods of Indian system of medicine which help in improving the mental and physical health of a person. Accepted globally throughout the world it is the only system that helps in revitalizing the whole body. Various natural therapies that help in successfully in drainage of all the toxins from the body and helps in re-establishment of bio-chemical balance in the body include Yoga, steam bath, Oil application, Special diets and lot more.
Yoga, defined as the ‘union of the Self with the Cosmic Soul’ and also known as the ‘Science of the Spirits’ helps one in revitalization process and helps in releasing the hidden energies by liberating the mind.
Spa, relatively new in India is a western concept which has gained huge popularity during the years. There are some of the international acclaimed spa resorts working in India and spa holidays are no more thought of as a luxury vacation and have now made a place in the list of much need vacations to get back to healthy functioning of mind and body.
The major destinations to go for yoga and ayurveda tours in India are Goa, Kerala and Rishikesh. Come and experience complete relaxation of mind body and soul with one of leading travel agency Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd. During the Yoga and ayurveda trip in India we will offer you personalized refreshing and curative treatments that will help you in resorting, rejuvenating and revitalizing your mind, body and soul.
FAQs of Yoga Tours in India
Ques: Which are the most popular destinations for Yoga in India?
Ans: India is a dream destination for Yoga fanatics. The enchanting ambiance, culture, and vibrant vibes make India the best yoga destination in the world. The most popular destinations for Yoga in India are:
Ques: What are the most famous Yoga ashrams in India?
Ans: India is a popular destination among spiritual seekers and yoga enthusiasts. There are so many ashrams in India for holistic wellbeing. The most popular yoga ashrams in India are:
- Omkarananda Ashram, Rishikesh
- Rishikesh Yog Peeth, Rishikesh
- Isha Yoga Centre, Coimbatore
- Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram, Kerala
- Ananda in the Himalayas, Rishikesh
Ques: Is India the birthplace of Yoga?
Ans: Yoga has its origin in India and it is believed that the practice of yoga has been dated back to pre-Vedic Indian tradition, possibly around 3,000 BCE. Rishikesh is renowned as the ‘Yoga Capital of the World’.
Ques: Is there any age limit to do Yoga asana?
Ans: No, there is no age limit for Yoga. It is an ancient form of exercise which can be performed at any age for good health and to achieve spirituality.
Ques: What kind of place is recommended for Yoga and meditation?
Ans: The place which has fresh air in a quiet, sunlight, and a clean is recommended for Yoga and meditation. A well-ventilated place is an ideal place for Yoga and meditation practice. It is advisable not to perform yoga under direct sunlight and after sunbathing.