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Yoga is an ancient India Health discipline that seeks to unite our soul with the Universal soul or God through rigorous mental and physical meditations, exercises and efforts. Yoga was discovered, researched and developed by great Indian sages and physicians, who were greast thinkers and spent years after years in thinking and meditating in the mountains and forests in the quest for theories of the upliftment of mankind and ultimately invented many amazing and art of living that guide us to live in harmony with nature. In simple words Yoga empowers and combines the rhythm of your body, harmony of the mind and the synchronization of the soul that creates the symphony of life. Yoga is quite popular in today’s modern society and hence this has given rise to many centres, classes and ashrams that impart training, particularly in India in the northern India region. Rishikesh,located on the banks of the sacred Ganga River, is the most popular Yoga destination – known as the Yoga capital of the world. The city is blessed by God, having ancient temples and Ashrams and it is also associated with historical and mythological aspects. The city has several ashrams where you can learn and practice Yoga like the Patanjali Yogapeeth, Transcendental Meditation centre of Maharishi Yogi, Dayanand Vedanta Ashram, and many more. Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of holistic medicine and its purpose is to provide complete guidance about diet and lifestyle to stay healthy and live a healthy life. Ayurveda imparts knowledge about healthy life by balancing the body system using diet and herbal treatment in conjunction with breathing exercises of Yoga. Thousands of years ago, the sages of India developed Ayurveda, which has now become a global name. Apart from treating ailments it is famous for being the science of life. The therapeutic Ayurveda massages remove toxins from the body, cleanse, heal, relax and revitalize the body and the soul. It is a strong belief that the more you include Ayurveda and Yoga in your life, living becomes easier. India is a favourite destination for Ayurveda and both Kerala, Gods own country, in South India and Rishikesh are the ideal destinations for Ayurveda and Yoga. Beach resorts at Kovalam, or the Nagarjuna Ayurvedic Centre on the banks of the river Periyar, Kerala offer some best treatments in Ayurveda. Ananda in the Himalayas, Uttarakhand focuses on an interesting and fruitful blend of Ayurveda and Aromatherapy with contemporary spa technology for complete wellness of the body. With the view of the Ganges on one side and the mountain peaks on the other, not only pleases the eyes, mind and spirit, but with its Yoga pavilions with landscaped gardens and terraces facing a clear sky, the spas with hydrotherarpy services and also a golf course, Ananda is a truly a paradise for both Yoga and Ayurveda travelers. The Leela Palace in Udaipur and Goa Ayurveda resort beside the Mandovi river, are also some of the most sought after destinations for Ayurveda and Yoga. So if you are interested in undertaking a Yoga and Ayurveda tour, while you are on a holiday to India, we can design a tour to one of the major centres in North India or South India so that you totally rejuvenated before you leave for your home.
Exotiqtours offers Holistic Ayurveda and Yoga Packages in various destinations in India. Rasayana chikitsa or rejuvenation is a another traditional Ayurvedic therapy to restore the body’s vitality to its fullest capacity.