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Since time immemorial India's own yoga is known as the perfect rejuvenator of our mind and soul. After a hectic work life you will want a vacation which will be more than just monuments, sun, sea and sand. It's time for you to choose a vacation which combines yoga with sightseeing. Enjoy Indian heritage and culture while rejuvenating your mind and soul with our tours. In our tour, we have merged yoga, Ayurveda along with rubber-necking.
Experience the magic of age-old Yoga on the banks of holy Ganga rapidly flowing on the fascinating land of Haridwar and Rishikesh. Revitalize your body, mind as well as soul on South Indian beaches like Kumarakom, Alleppey & Kollam. Along with this, our tours will also lead you to globally popular Yoga training centers of India. Here, you will also get mixed benefits of both Yoga & Ayurveda, which have been attracting the people in quest of eternal peace and pleasure. We provide best yoga tours in India, Indian yoga tours, yoga tour India, yoga teacher training tour, Indian yoga teacher training, yoga teacher training in India and many more.

Yoga On Bank Of Ganges (14 Days / 13 Nights) 

You are received in Delhi and taken to Haridwar and Rishikesh. You can learn and dive into meditation amidst enchanting environs brimming with spirituality everywhere. The tour then takes us to another spiritual hub  Varanasi  and Agra, the city of Taj, and brings you back to Delhi.

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh - Haridwar - Varanasi - Agra - Delhi

Yoga With Golden Triangle (14 Days / 13 Nights)

HunnyFlyTM Holidays has designed the tour to offer the visits to Yoga centres along with premier tourist hubs in North India. We start from Delhi and move to the 'Pink City' Jaipur before traveling south to Fatehpur Sikri and Agra. We also visit the Yoga centres of Haridwar and Rishikesh while on tour.

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Jaipur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra - Haridwar - Rishikesh - Haridwar - Delhi

South India Yoga (10 Days / 09 Nights)

Some of the best Yoga centres in India lie in South India. HunnyFlyTM Holidays tries to reach to most of them in this tour. The tour starts from Cochin and reaches Periyar, Kumarakom, Alleppey and Kollam. It culminates with the visits to Amma Ashram and Kovalam.

Destinations Covered : Cochin - Periyar - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Kollam - Amma Ashram - Kovalam

Yoga & Ayurveda(08 Days / 09 Nights)

Yoga and Ayurveda are the one of the most valuable gifts of India to rest of the world. After your arrival in Delhi, we move to Haridwar and then Rishikesh, before returning. Spirituality and age-old traditions of Ayurveda and Yoga in their purest form still survive in these towns.

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh - Haridwar - Delhi

Yoga With Indian Culture (11 Days / 10 Nights)

We offer tours that range from low cost backpacking adventures to 5 start hotel stays. Our Yoga packages are designed by Inland Yoga Centers, an internationally recognized studio and training centre .

Destinations Covered : Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh - Haridwar - Delhi

Indian School of Yoga 

There is a spiritual source in India which is at this time exerting a powerful influence on the western World. Constraints of modern medicine have led to a growing interest in ancient proven healing methods. Western medicine is organized around the theory of diseases, which believes that a person becomes sick because he or she contracts a disease. each disease is seen as an independent entity that can be fully understood without regard to the person it afflicts or the environment in which it occurs. Thus, conventional treatments are treatments of diseases, not of people. 
In contrast to the Western system of medicine, traditional systems of healing in India, as in other ancient cultures, approach sickness as a dynamic event in the life of an individual. It is the result of disharmony between the sick person and his or her environment. Under this approach to understanding illness, the ‘disease’ itself has no independent reality. The therapeutic focus is always on the person who is ill and the context in which the illness occurs, rather than on the disease itself. 
More and more people are moving away from modern medicines and turning towards traditional, also referred to as ‘alternative’ systems of medicine, for enhancing health and treating illness. While drug based treatments of modern medicine are often the best choice to cure infections and other acute health problems, they fail to provide a satisfactory solution to people suffering from ailments like arthritis, back pain, allergies, harmful effects of stress and other chronic diseases. 
India has a rich heritage in the areas of traditional or natural medicine. The earliest mention of Indian medical practices can be found in the Vedas, around the second millennium B.C. The earliest Sanskrit treatises on Ayurveda (a traditional system of medicine in India) were the ‘Samhitas’ of the great ancient physicians Bhela, Charaka and Susruta. A systematic and scientific approach was adopted by the sages of the times, leading to the development of a system that is relevant even today. The legendary Jivaka, a famous physician of Buddha’s time is also reported to have performed remarkable cures involving deep surgery. Natural system of medicines which focused on holistic healing developed in other ancient cultures as well. In ancient China the physicians developed the system of ‘Yin Yang’ while the Greeks gave birth to the ‘Unani’ system of medicine. Through the passage of time, these systems of medicines found their way to India. Today one can choose from various systems of alternative medicine be it acupuncture, aromatherapy, meditation, Ayurveda, Unani medicine, mud therapy, Pranic healing, Reiki, Tibetan medicine and many more.Nature has given us aboundant resources to help us replenish our bodies and restore it to healing processes of life. 
Yoga is a system of exercise for phisical and mental well being. It combines stylised poses with deep breathingand meditation. The term Yoga is itself derived from a Sanskrit word meaning to join together. The ultimate aim in yoga is to unite the human soul with the universal spirit.
Yoga was developed about 5000 yrs ago. The first written description was found in "Yoga Sutra's", attributed to Patanjali. According to Patanjali, within the human body there are channels called Nadi and centres called Chakra. If these channels and centres are trapped, energy hidden in the body can be released. This energy is called Kundalini.
Patanjali stated eight stages of Yoga:

  • The Yama (universal moral commandments)
  • Niyama (self-purification through discipline)
  • Asana (posture)
  • Pranayama (breath-control)
  • Pratyahara (withdrawal of mind from external objects)
  • Dharana (concentration)
  • Dhyana (meditation) Samadhi (state of super consciousness)
  • Samadhi (state of super consciousness)

Besides the different stages present in Yoga, there are various forms of discipline touching different aspects of human life. These disciplines include Hathayoga(Physical exersice), Gyanyoga or Dhyanyoga(exercise for the mind and intellect) and Karmayoga (discipline actions in daily life).

Benefits of Yoga 
This health and fitness practice provides both physical and mental therapy. It considers ageing as largely an artificial condition, caused mainly by autointoxication or self-poisoning. By keeping the body parts clean and well- lubricated, cell deterioration can be greatly reduced. To get the maximum benefits of Yoga one has to follow three main guidelines i.e. 

  • Practice of Asana
    With the regular practice of asanas, we can control our cholesterol level, reduce weight, normalise blood pressure and improve cardiac performance. Asanas harmonize our mental energy flow by clearing any blockages in the subtle body, leading to mental equilibrium and calmness.
  • Pranayamas
    The practice of Pranayamas, the correct breathing technique, helps to manipulate our energies. Most of us breath incorrectly (only thoracically not using our abdomen, therby utilizing only half of our lung capacity). Pranayama is a technique wherein it re-educates our breathing process, helps to release tension and develop a relaxed state of mind. It balances our nervous system, reduces the need for sleep and encourages creative thinking. Increasing oxygen to our brain, improves mental clarity, alertness and physical well being.
  • Yoga Nidra
    Yoga nidra is a form of meditation. Performed while lying on the back in the Shavasana pose. It relaxes the physiological and psychological systems. This technique completely rejuvenates the body and mind, giving a sense of well being. 

Yoga Tour of India--Incredible India

It draws heavily from the doctrines developed in the Charaka-Samahita. The main quality that Ayurveda has borrowed from Charaka is its aim of removing the cause of illness and not just curing the disease itself. Ayurveda is based solely on herbs and herbal compounds. The herbs used in ayurvedic remedies do not operate against the body's metabolism, their effect is registered gradually resulting in minimum side- effects.

Ayurveda in Sanskrit means "the science of Life". It is an ancient, unfailing system of treatment based on medicines prepared from herbal plants found in abundance in India. Ayurveda is an integral part of the people of India. In the recent years this ancient knowledge system of medicine has gained global acceptance especially for alternative ways of preventive, curative and rejuvenative processes making life a more pleasurable experience. We can find historical evidence of Ayurveda in the ancient books of wisdom known as the Vedas. In the Rig Veda, over 60 preparation were mentioned that could be used to assist an individual in overcoming various ailments. The Rig Veda was written over 6,000 years ago, but really Ayurveda has been around even longer than that. 

According to Charaka, a noted practitioner of Ayurveda in ancient India, "A physician who fails to enter the body of a patient with the lamp of knowledge and understanding can never treat diseases. He should first study all factors, including environment which influences a patient's diseases and then prescribe treatment. It is more important to prevent the occurance of disease than to seek a cure." 

Ayurvedic colleges, Hospitals, Health farms & Resorts and Nature cure Federations provide Ayurvedic treatments and recreational holidays all over India. In addition Beauty parlours, at all major hotels, once catered exclusively to women, now have men’s section offering hair cuts and shaves. Today, there is a comprehensive range of skin and hair treatments for both men and women – hair massages with herbal oil, herbal face packs, manicures and pedicures. Herbal cosmetic products, tonics and oils are widely used in India and a massage with herbal oils after a hectic day of activity is marvelously relaxing. Many of these are now available in department stores in the West. We are all part and parcel of nature. Just as the animals and plants live in harmony with nature and utilize the Laws of Nature to create health and balance within their beings, we, too, adhere to these very same principles. In essence Ayurveda has been in existence since the beginning of time because we have always been governed by nature's laws. Ayurveda is made up of two Sanskrit words: Ayu which means life and Veda which means the knowledge of To know about life is Ayurveda. However, to fully comprehend the vast scope of Ayurveda let us first define "Ayu" or life. According to the ancient Ayurvedic scholar Charaka, "ayu" is comprised of four essential parts. The combination of mind, body, senses and the soul.

Mind, Body and Senses We tend to identify most with our physical bodies; yet, in actuality, there is more to us then what meets the eye. We can see that underlying our physical structure is the mind, which not only controls our thought processes but helps assist us in carrying out day-to-day activities such as respiration, circulation, digestion and elimination. The mind and the body work in conjunction with one another to regulate our physiology. In order for the mind to act appropriately to assist the physical body, we must use our senses as information gatherers. We can think of the mind as a computer and the senses as the data which gets entered into the computer. Smell and taste are two important senses that aid in the digestive process. When the mind registers that a particular food is entering the gastrointestinal tract, it directs the body to act accordingly by releasing various digestive enzymes. However, if we overindulge the taste buds with too much of a certain taste, such as sweet, we may find that the ability of the mind to perceive the sweet taste is impaired; and thereby the body becomes challenged in its ability to process sweet foods. Maintaining the clarity of our senses is an essential part in allowing the mind and body to integrate their functions and help in keeping us healthy and happy individuals. 

Pancha Karma


The pancha Karma is the cornerstone of the Ayurvedic management of disease. While diet, lifestyle and herbal supplements play key roles in creating and maintaining health, Pancha Karma is the process, which gets to the root cause of the problem and corrrects the essential balance of mind, body and emotions.

Pancha Karma is designed to achieve an increased efficiency of medicines, foods and rsayanas(tonics) . Before medicine, food or rejuvenatiove tonics are taken, it is essential that the body becomes receptive, so that it is capable of absorbing and assimilating what is being taken and that the accumulated wastes and toxins are eliminated. In addition, this therapy greatly enhances one's natural immunity therby providing additional protection from many diseases and disorders. Ayurveda advices undergoing Pancha Karma during seasonal changes to keep the metabolism strong, and restrict toxins from accumulating in the mind and the body. 

There are several eliminative procedures in Pancha Karma that assist in eliminating toxins.

Therapeutic vomiting (Vamana) promotes elimination from the stomach and thoracic cavity.
Purgation (Virechana) promotes elimination from the small intestine.
Therapeutic enema (Vasti) works on the colon to eliminate toxins and strengthens the tissues.
Nose drops(Nasya) cleanse toxins from the head and sinsuses.

Ayurvedic Holidays are the best experienced in the state of Kerala. Here, an entire range of experiences await body, mind and soul with options for rejuvenation and therapy.Treatment for ailments like Arthritis, Paralysis, Obesity, Sinusitis, Premature ageing and general Health are offered in many resorts and Ayurvedic Centres of India


Spa's

From time to time, the self needs solitude, space and peace to recharge its batteries. Spa retreats are designed to be sanctuaries for the inner self, to refresh and rejuvenate your spirit as well as your physical being. Few hotels in India set in pure luxury allows you to shed the cares of the world while we pamper your body, as well as your mind, with invigorating treatments from the pleasure of touch to the aroma of exotic oils like rosemary, lavender, jasmine and frangipani wafting the air. Feel your muscles being kneaded and the tension seep away from your body as you drift off to soothing music and enter a realm of blissful happiness and total relaxation.

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