International Yoga Festival 2019

international yoga festival 2019
international yoga festival 2019

Have you considered a change in your daily Yoga practice? Maybe you feel your personal practice needs new energy. There is a time when all of us feel it is time to “recharge our batteries.” Famous sociologist, Robert MacIver, wrote, “The healthy being craves an occasional wildness, a jolt from normality, a sharpening of the edge of appetite, his own little festival… a brief excursion from his way of life.”

At first glance, a Yoga festival would seem to be a contradiction in terms: Yoga is usually done alone, with the emphasis on nurturing the practitioner in a non-competitive manner. However, an ‘excursion from one’s own way of life’ can bring new focus and insight to one’s Yoga practice. With this in mind, a number of Yoga festivals have sprung up across the world.

Many smaller local festivals take place as well, allowing for a more intimate experience. Attendees have reflected on the pros and cons of practicing in a large-scale setting, such as a festival. Positive aspects include:

Practicing outdoors in a majestic setting

Increased energy from like-minded co-participants

Opportunities to learn from many instructors and try new styles

Escape from routine, with the time to practice for an entire weekend

Making new friends and socializing

The idea of a Yoga festival is not without shortcomings, though; and critics deride such problems as:

Commercialization and the opportunity for organizers to charge high prices

Emphasis on ‘trendy’ Yoga styles, rather than solid practice

Internal clarity is replaced by a party-like atmosphere

Impact on the environment

Festivals try to respond to these issues by donating proceeds to nonprofits, offsetting carbon loads, and emphasizing recycling and zero impact. Many offer low-priced packages and the opportunity to work at the festival for waived admission, as well as on-site camping.

Attending a festival can be positive for Yoga practice, when it provides an opportunity to “step outside” the comfort zone, and observe other styles, non-judgmentally. Yoga festivals may be one more step in cementing Yoga to the cultural foundation of American society.

International yoga festival 2019. All the meals shall be provided at the venue Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School. The interested participant shall have to register himself. Free Stay and meals. Limited seats. Contact Now. Free registration. Amenities: Daily Vegetarian Meals, Daily Pickup, and Drop, yoga festival. Call or Email at +91-995 867 2399 or rishikeshvinyasayogaschool@gmail.com

Timing: 07:30 to 09:00 am

Contact/Timings

Contact info

Address: Village Ghughtayni Talli, Ward No-5, Upper Tapovan, Off Badrinath Road, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249192

Phone: +91-995 867 2399

Email: rishikeshvinyasayogaschool@gmail.com

Timings

Monday – Saturday: 9 AM to 8 PM

Sunday: 10 AM to 3 PM

Reach Us

How to Reach Us?

BY FLIGHT: The nearest airport from Rishikesh is Jolly Grant airport on route to Dehradun, 18 kilometres from here. Indian airlines connect Dehradun to Delhi, some chartered planes also operate from here.

BY ROADS: To commute within Rishikesh there are tongas, taxis and rickshaws available. Whereas from other cities and states buses are operated by state transport corporations and private operators (deluxe, semi deluxe coaches) are available for Rishikesh. Apart from that one can also hire private vehicles to get there.