Mysore Retreat | The Horses and the Tortoise| 15 – 21 February 2019
About the theme –
In Yoga, the horses, chariot and driver represent the human being: the chariot is the body, the horses are the sensory functions, and the driver is the mind. We need our senses to experience the world around us, but if they are left unchecked, we have problems. It gets even more interesting when we know that in Yoga there are 11 “horses” or sensory functions, rather than 5, as per the common model. Join our yoga and meditation retreat next February, with yoga practices, meditations, Vedic chanting, and the wisdom from ancient texts to make sense of the senses and feed your reflection on this topic.
Aside from daily group sessions, you will also have time to explore the area, take āyurvedic treatments or simply rest and reconnect with yourself.
Friday February 15 – late afternoon start
Thursday February 21 – mid morning finish
Yoga & integrated meditative practices, Vedic chanting, reflection, sharing.
Half-board or full-board, āyurvedic vegetarian food
Consultations with āyurvedic doctors, treatments and massages on site
7:30 – 8:30 | morning practice
8:30 – 9:30 | breakfast
9:30 – 10:30 | morning session and chanting practice
10:30 – 15:30 | free time
15:30 – 19:30 | afternoon session and practice
Indus Valley Āyurvedic Center ( IVAC), Mysore | www.ayurindus.com
Budget in SG$
- Flight (estimated) | Singapore – Bangalore 700$ | Plus land transport BLR – Mysore – BLR
- Tuition | 6 hours a day 750$
- Meals | B-5$ L-12$ D-12$ | 29$ per day full board
- Accommodation | 71$ non-A/C | 184$ Deluxe | 229$ cottage | Double occupancy per night
- Indian students | please contact us for tuition, accommodation & meal costs in INR
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