The natural and best start to observe inside of body and mind. Open energy blockages in body and maintain inner peace. A natural way to start a healthy lifestyle. Meeting local people, their culture, village life, fresh air, fresh food and peaceful surrounding will enhance the joy of doing yoga and meditation. A wonderful and inspiring experience towards a healthy and happy lifestyle. Join this retreat to change your lifestyle into a healthier one and also deepen your yoga practice.
Nestled in the mystic hills of the district of Kangra is Dharamshala, a hill station that captures your imagination with its picturesque natural beauty and unique mix of Tibetan, British and Himanchali cultures. Quietude surrounds Dharamshala from all sides, and it also offers some of the most picturesque views of the adjoining Kangra valley and the snow-clad Himalayas beyond. This is as close as you can get to harmonious bliss in the hills. As hill stations become popular, their beauty tends to get hackneyed by excessive commercialisation and often irresponsible tourism, but Dharamshala has managed to keep off this trend; it is still as pristine as a concealed hilltop hamlet should be. Dharamshala is broadly divided into two parts; Upper and Lower Dharamshala. Upper Dharamshala, also referred to as McLeod Ganj is the major tourist attraction, as it is more scenic and is home to the Dalai Lama and magnificent Buddhist hermitages. Lower Dharamshala, on the other hand, comprises the civic structures like educational institutions, offices, the bus station and hospitals. This hilltop retreat, perched almost 1,500 meters above sea level, is the abode of the holy Dalai Lama, and is a major pilgrimage for Buddhists (also referred to as the ‘Little Lhasa’), as it houses several monasteries, including the Tsuglagkhang Complex where Dalai Lama resides, and Namgyal monastery, which is one of the most important Buddhist temples in India.