DAILY HATHA YOGA CLASS

Cost: US$ 22

THERAPEUTIC OIL MASSAGE & STEAM BATH 2 HOURS

Cost: US$ 30

Walk-ins welcome

Overview

For those who have limited time but are still looking to experience the benefits of Yoga, then this program is ideal for both the beginners and advanced alike. Sadhana Yoga retreat welcomes to the travelers for this shortest packages to experience yoga and yogic life style. Though these 3 hours at Sadhana Yoga are very short duration to understand our offers but you know that "something is better than nothing."

Following the massage, a steam bath using fresh herbs serves to further relax your body and detoxify the skin by sweating out unnecessary toxins.

This combination is a perfect treat for the body and mind that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

According to Ayurveda, any physical problem can be removed by an oil massage and hot shower. Massage helps with blood circulation, relaxes the muscles, releases tension, helps with stress relief, boosts the immune system and promotes overall good health. Based on Ayurvedic therapy, our massage techniques include tapping, and squeezing as well as more traditional massage strokes using herbal medicines as oil. The style and flow of the massage is determined by what your body needs for balance and well-being at the time.

 

    Arrival Time at Sadhana Yoga Retreat

    Morning Yoga (7:00 am to 10:00 am)

    Arrival time at the centre 6:45 am


    Evening Yoga (4:30 pm to 7:30 pm)

    Arrival time at the cenre 4:15 pm

    We are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm for therapeutic oil massage package so walk in any time.

massage by a great masseur Yama
steam bath
 

Yoga Teaching

We teach Hatha yoga combining kriyas (purification process of body and mind) and breathing (pranayama). We integrate many different flow (vinyasa) practice, pre-asanas to prepare body and mind for asanas (longer retention of postures), deep relaxation practice and meditation. Sadhana Yoga Retreat situates on the top of hills in middle of nature with breathtaking views of mountains and lake Fewa. All the classes are run in this beautiful surroundings with birds chirping and trees swinging. 

 Health benefits of Massage & Steam bath 

Removal of Toxins
This ancient steam bath  and massage therapy drain the toxins from deep tissues. When the body sweats, the toxins thus present in the body move out through the skin.

Improves Blood Circulation in the Body
The main purpose of the Ayurvedic massage & Steam Bath is to increase the body temperature. This results in the dilation of the channel system leading to increase in circulation.

Reducing Weight
Swedana (sweating) also helps to reduce weight. The sweating reduces the fat tissues present in the body and thereby assists in weight loss.

Benefits the skin
Oil massage & Swedana (sweating) help to keep your skin healthy and glowing. It also removes skin acne by cleansing and dilating the pores present in the skin and also washing out the accumulation of acne. It also helps to slow down the aging process of the skin and also drooping of the skin by stimulating it.

Cleansing of Respiratory System
This ancient therapy gives relief to individuals suffering from asthma and allergies. By inhaling the steam, the respiratory system is cleaned and the person will be able to breathe easily.

Relieves Stress
 Ayurveda massage and steam therapy is highly beneficial for both the mind and the body. It has a calming effect which helps to relax the mind and also relieve it from stress.

Other Therapeutic Benefits
It is useful for stiffness, cold and all conditions of stagnation
It gives relief from general body aches
Helps to ease sore muscles
Gives relief from joint pain
It helps to beautify the skin
Helps to reduce inflammation
Helps to relieve stress

 

In the morning you are participating in

  • Neti Kriya (nasal cleansing) 
  • Yoga lesson
  • Breakfast

In the evening you are participating in

  • Chanting
  • Yoga lesson
  • Dinner

Program includes

Morning session: tea, nasal flushing, one and half hour of yoga practice and breakfast

Evening session: chanting, one and half hour of yoga practice and dinner