Finding inner peace and harmony is a fundamental need for all humans, especially in today’s fast-paced world. Raga Svara, a holistic learning and healing institution based in Rajkot, Gujarat, recognizes this need and has launched a Yoga Retreat to help guests slow down and reconnect with themselves. This Retreat goes beyond just teaching different Yogasanas and offers a complete experience that addresses the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of Yoga, aiming to help guests achieve balance between their body, mind, and soul.
This newly launched Retreat is a seven-day program that includes six nights of stay, and aims to leave guests feeling revitalised, rejuvenated, and reconnected with themselves. The program is designed to be taught in small groups, with a vision that learning with peers who share similar goals enhances the experience. The cohorts will be undertaken every Saturday, commencing from April 22, 2023.
Raga Svara’s Yoga Retreat is a comprehensive program that combines Asanas, Pranayama, and Dhyana techniques, to enhance the quality of life. It is a holistic approach to Yoga that aims to cultivate discipline and calmness in one’s practice. The program is designed to cater to guests with varying levels of experience, from complete beginners to advanced practitioners.
Mohit Patel, Co-Founder and CEO, Raga Svara, said, “The main aim of the Yoga Retreat is to help guests find inner peace and harmony. However, it goes beyond just Yoga and Meditation and includes a range of other activities such as Yoga theory, cuisine lessons, and nature walks, among others, to offer guests a comprehensive experience. The Retreat also features Raga’s signature wellness cuisine, which is an essential part of the program. Additionally, guests can opt for Ayurveda therapies to complement their Yoga and Meditation sessions. The team at Raga Svara is committed to supporting guests on their journey to connect with themselves and experience the transformative power of Yoga.”
The Yoga Retreat offers a variety of Yogasana styles, including Hatha, Vinyasa, and Restorative, among others. Additionally, guests can also participate in Meditation/Dharana sessions, such as Anapana, Naadanusandhana, and Aum Dhyana, to further deepen their practice. The Retreat also includes guidance on performing Shatkarmas, such as Neti and Trataka, which are cleansing practices.