It’s fair to say that yoga is one of the most popular and fashionable fitness and lifestyle pastimes today. Since it first started to break into the mainstream of Western culture in the 1960s, and with its resurgence in the past decade plus, yoga is a great example of multicultural exchange in action. With yoga taking off in popularity, and vacations abroad becoming more and more affordable thanks to inexpensive airfare and more global interconnectedness, it was only a matter of time before yoga retreats would start to become a major vacation destination.
That said, there’s a lot more to the best yoga retreats than exotic lands and challenging poses. How much more? Find out when you book an amazing Krishna Village Yoga Retreat!
Scheduling a Session
When you first get started looking into a yoga session, you’ll be able to review different times based on the type of yoga you wish to explore, as well as what times work with your busy schedule. After all, while yoga is meant to help promote a sense of inner peace, it can be difficult to find the time to embrace that idea with work, school, homemaking, and other time consuming tasks. That’s why the best centre for yoga classes offers a retreat experience which can be scheduled around your life without any problems. They know that the path to inner peace can have a few scheduling hiccups along the way, and are happy to accommodate you accordingly.
The Benefits of Yoga Retreats
When you book a yoga session, you’ll be able to take part in all of the poses and stretches which come with it. However, for as much of an impact as yoga has had on the fitness world of late, it’s far more than a way to “get fit quickly.” Rather, it is a lifestyle revolution which can help you feel more at peace with yourself and refocus your attention away from elements of your life which are stressful and towards a more peaceful state of mind. There are many ways in which the best yoga retreats do this, from music and stretching to a sense of community and ambience. There are many benefits to taking part in a yoga retreat, including:
- Being able to enjoy the rural simplicity of organic farm-based living
- The experience of living on a wholly vegetarian diet
- Yoga and kirtan sessions every day
- Meditation and life coaching sessions every day
- The serenity and peace of living near a temple
- The peace and joy of communal living
- An authentic approach to yoga
Yoga is prominent across the Indian subcontinent in general and within the Bhakti culture in particular, When you take part in a Bhakti-centric yoga retreat, you’ll be able to gain insight into aspects of their culture, including:
- Singing and chanting mantras
- A vegetarian approach to life
- Temple rituals
- Studying texts which are highly important to the Bhakti culture
Discover a greater sense of inner peace with a meaningful, meditative yoga retreat with an authentically Bhakti flavour.