Mystic India | March 2019
Journey into India, where every blink of the eye brings something new! With well over a billion people, over 100 native languages and some of the most dynamic landscapes on the planet, there is truly no place like it.
Visiting India can be overwhelming - it's hard to decide where to even begin! To help ensure your trip hits all the right marks, we've taken the time to get to know mother India so we can offer unique access to hidden gems and the most incredible experiences with a renowned teacher and knowledgeable guides.
For those interested in exploring the roots of yoga as a way of life, there is truly no alternative to exploring this sacred practice than in India. The practice has been a part of the very fabric of Indian society for as many as 10,000 years, though some practitioners will tell you it's actually been since the very beginning of time.
SATTVA Yoga is the merging of two ancient paths within the yoga tradition; that of Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga, a practice steeped in tradition and brought forth for the modern practitioner. Sattva is the quality that yogis point their attention towards, one of balance and making liberation possible. The SATTVA yoga practice was born out of one question, one seat and one mantra. The question is ‘Who Am I,' the seat is meditation, and the mantra is AUM. The sattvic state of being is the best suited for spiritual practice and the journey of transformation.
The explosion of yoga in the western world has been a beautiful thing, as the spread of this positive practice only makes the world a better place. But some key elements have been lost in translation, and going to the source of this magic with SATTVA Yoga can completely transform and elevate your path as a yogi.
Through this 25-day journey you will uncover great wisdom and tradition from the motherland of India. Experience a rich culture and an unwavering warmth amongst a nation of chaos, diversity and growth. The vastness of India sets the stage for a once in a lifetime journey of spirituality, devotion and purpose