Our thoughtfully designed yoga tours blend exploration, learning and retreat in the homeland of yoga.
YOGA HOLIDAYS IN INDIA
The birthplace of yoga, India is still the best place to learn, explore and practice this ancient tradition. Our yoga holidays in India are thoughtfully designed tours – a blend of sightseeing and yoga practice, travel and retreat, with expert teaching in amazing locations.
UPCOMING YOGA TOURS TO INDIA:
Group Tour: MOUNTAINS, MONASTERIES AND MUDHOUSES: TRAVELS WITH MINDFULNESS AND YOGA IN THE LAP OF THE SNOWS. 3 - 18 November, 2017
A journey through Himachal Pradesh with integrated yoga and mindfulness teachers Hugh Poulton and Sarah Haden, staying in beautiful off-beat locations, living alongside Tibetan monks, and experiencing the peace of the Himalayas.
Combining a meditation retreat with a Buddhist pilgrimage, this tour is an exploration of both ancient Buddhist history and living Buddhist traditions. First we explore the ancient holy sites where the Buddha practiced and taught, before moving on to the mountains to experience Buddhist village life in the Himalayas.
A yoga holiday and tour in one – an opportunity to experience yoga in its homeland, see some of the best temples in Southern India and learn from yoga masters of different traditions.
This fascinating yoga tour of India takes you to two of the seven holy cities of India, the nerve centre of Indian yoga at Rishikesh on the banks of the Ganges, the spiritual ghats at Varanasi, and the deer park where the Buddha gave his first teachings after attaining enlightenment. Click for more details on our yoga holidays in India.
This yoga tour in India combines the classic Golden Triangle tour – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur – with a stay in an ashram near Mathura, the birthplace of the Hindu god Krishna. It’s the perfect combination of a cultural tour and yoga holiday to India, and perfect if you want something different from the usual tourist experience.
To enquire or make a booking on this tour, please call: 020 8901 7630 Monday – Friday 9.30am – 5.30pm, Saturday 11am – 4pm