Daily Morning and Evening Yoga Sessions
Ayurveda therapeutic massage with full body steam of herbs
3 nights/ 4 days Accommodation
All Meals and Herbal Drinks
07:30 - Detox Therapy
9:00 - Yoga & Pranayama (Breathing)
10:30 - Fruits Breakfast
11:00 - Meditation
12:00 - Relaxation
01:00 - Lunch
04:00 - Massage and Steam / Detox therapy
05:30 - Fruits
05:45 - Walk in Village Tour
07:00 - Yoga
08:30 - Dinner
Precaution is better than cure, is the focus of this retreat. It is a first step towards a life without drugs and disease. Natural methods to stay healthy lifelong through Yoga, good food, detoxification and Meditation. 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.
Saptrashmi, the seven colours of Sun rays,offers Yoga holidays, with the aim of providing a much needed break from the hectic pace of the modern lifestyle, away from it all, at the foothills of the Himalayas, in Dharmshala. The yoga retreats here help one reorganise their lifestyle, cleanse body toxins, regulate blood flow, strengthen digestive, nervous and respiratory system, prevent or cure diseases without medicines, increase body's immunity and spread inner peace in the body, mind and soul.
Here Yog's primary emphasis is to keep the stability of one's whole personality through asanas, Pranayam and meditation.
Yog has been used for disorders such as:
- Blood Pressure
- Cervical Spondylosis
- Gas Trouble
- Heart Disease
- Menstrual disorders
- Mental Health
- Nervous Debility
- Psycho-Somatic Disorders
- Premenstrual Tension
- Skin Diseases
- Stress And Tension
Naturopathy has a preventative approach to health care – it aims to balance of the body so that illness is less likely to occur in the future. A naturopath will want to know about a patient’s diet, lifestyle, family background and environment, as well as the history of their complaint or illness. This range of information is important to the practitioner, who seeks to discover the cause of illness and treat the whole person, rather than target the symptoms alone. The range of non-invasive techniques used in naturopathy includes:
- Balance of Natural Elements in Body
- Body Detoxification
Naturopathy evolved out of ancient healing traditions and is now recognised by mainstream medicine as a valuable and effective treatment for a variety of disorders. Many naturopathic beliefs - such as the importance of nutrition, exercise and stress management - have been adopted by conventional Western medicine.
The term detoxification is one that is commonly associated with alcohol, drug and substance abuse; as well as dieting and loss of weight: “diet detox.” However, beyond this popular belief, detoxification is also a process aiming to eliminate all the negative effects on our body from the environment, such as industrial chemicals, pesticides, additives in our foods, secondary smoke, pollutants, or heavy metals. Nowadays, internal detoxification is adopted by healthy individuals to keep their body systems in pristine condition.
Detoxification refers mainly to the removal of toxic substances and cleansing of the kidneys and colon, as these are organs involved in the detoxification of chemicals and toxins from the body.
YOGA TEACHERS AT SAPTRASHMI YOGA
Aarti Nautiyal - M.A.(Yoga), PGDYS, D.N.H.E., NDYD, B.Ped: Dr. Aarti is a dietician, naturopath, health & wellness therapist. She has done M.A. (Masters in Yoga), PGDYS (Post Graduate diploma in Yogic Science), D.N.H.E.(Dietician Degree from IGNOU), NDYD (Doctor of Naturopathy & Yoga), B.Ped (Bachelor of Physical education). She is a holistic healer, who uses ancient techniques with modern science approach to cure/prevent body & mind Diseases. Deep & vast knowledge of natural, healthy & nutritious food provides many recipes to enhance our health & happiness. She blends a wealth of knowledge and experience acquired over many years from her extensive background in the holistic mind-body field and diverse training in healing modalities to create unique approach to natural health. Her deep commitment is expressed in a supportive, easy-going, and motivational and places emphasis on fostering a real sense of enjoyment in the practice of Yoga & ayurveda. She had represented uttrakhand state, in Cricket & Hockey sports as Captain of Team. Dr. Aarti’s main goal is to be at your service to help you reclaim and maintain your health.
All the rooms are shared rooms
How to Reach
- Airway Connectivity
- Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi Kangra Airport, Dharamshala
- Railway Connectivity
- Pathankot Railway Station
- Roadway Connectivity
- There are night buses from Delhi to Dharamsala by Himachal Tourism Development Corp (HTDC), by Bedi Travels, and Volvo. For online bookings please visit: www.hp.gov.in/hrtctickets/ Coming by bus to Dharamsala, it is convenient to get down at Chetru - 6 Km or 3.7 Miles before Dharamsala for easy access to Saptrashmi. From there catch a taxi or another bus to reach us. You may also get down at Gaggal and order a taxi. Regular daily and night train services run from New Delhi and old Delhi railway stations to Pathankot as well as Chakki Bank, which is another railway station in Pathankot. After arriving at Pathankot or Chakki Bank, you may either order yourself a taxi, which takes about 2 hours of travelling time, or else you may catch a bus to Dharamsala.