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An everlasting experience beyond explanation. Its a journey to the self through the self. We believe in teaching the real concept of yoga in a very simple and easy to understand system. The retreat designed in such a way to connect body, mind & soul, all moving with same flow of energy in the same direction. Bringing awareness, knowledge of self and rejuvenating the whole.
The yoga sessions will be a balanced combination of poses and a sustained increase awareness of posture to another. Awareness and attention to our breathing are important aspects of the course. Vigilance is always given to the alignment of basic therapeutic principles and postures. Adaptations are available to help individuals understand and work with their individual limitations. Classes are energetically balanced, incorporating a good physical workout, poses soothing and deep relaxation.
Kangra Valley is situated in Himachal Pradesh, India. It is a popular tourist destination, with the peak season around March and April. Dharamshala, the headquarters of Kangra district, lies on the southern spur of Dhauladhar in the valley. It is home of Masroor Rock Cut Temple, also known as Himalayan Pyramids and wonder of the world for being likely contender for the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also Known as one of the most picturesque valleys of lower Himalayas, the Kangra valley is full of greenery and provides a tremendous contrast in nature of places to be visited. The region is famous for the arts and crafts. Crafts like the exquisitely designed shawls and miniature paintings of this region are internationally appreciated.
The temple is believed to be founded by Pandit Mai Das, a Saraswat Brahman. He established this shrine of Mata Chintpurni in Chhaproh village twenty-six generations ago. Over time this place became known as Chintpurni after the eponymous deity. The descendants of the Brahmin still live in Chintpurni and perform prayers at the Chintpurni temple.
Vegetarian meals prepared with love. We offer a varied menu, delicious and healthy cuisine incorporating contemporary and traditional, Using mainly local and organic ingredients.