I injured my back and am travelling to India to practice healing yoga and maybe find a holistic retreat/center where yoga therapy, meditation and Ayurveda are offered. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thank you :-)
If you are looking for treatment specifically with a rejuvenation process I would suggest nature cure in udupi Karnataka. But if you want a holistic and spiritual experience with yoga I would suggest Isha.in Coimbatore in Tamil nadu about 2 years agoAnswered by Maggie via WorldNomads.com
Maggie has already given a good answer but at the same time based on your specific need, you may connect with respective places mentioned below. They might be able to help you out
email@example.com about 2 years agoAnswered by bhavesh via WorldNomads.com
I recomend Misore for Ashtanga our Puna for Iyengar it depends on what you are looking for!
Also in Goa you will find good ashtanga at a shala called Purple Valley.
Going to India to pratice yoga will be the experience of your life! Go for it!! about 2 years ago
I sugest Kerala. A lot of Ashrams and Centers down there. The State has a very authentic Indian culture and breath yoga and Ayurveda. Plus you have beautiful beaches and the backwaters that themselves can treat your mind and soul.
I spent 6 months in india, did a TTC (teacher training course) on yoga and a wellness course on Ayurveda... If you need more info I will be happy to help you =) www.facebook.com/ligiasabatica about 2 years ago
I think Mathatitu Yoga Ashram is one of the most underrated Yoga Training Institutes in India. Since they aren't doing any kind of promotion, their superb training often goes unnoticed. I must say that Mathatitu in Kerala is undoubtedly one of the best in the business.
Link: http://mathatituyogashram.com 8 months agoAnswered by Reykins via WorldNomads.com