15 Apr How To Immerse Yourself In Yoga When You Travel To These 5 Places

Escape the daily grind, immersing yourself in daily yoga, and learning the wisdom of yogic philosophy while also seeing the world. Sounds pretty good right?

Yoga retreats are a great place to start to get immersed in the yogic philosophy. They’re not the only way to dig deep into yoga.

There are amazing destinations all around the world (not only Bali) where the yogic traditions’ roots run deep. Below we have listed five dream locations a yogi must visit and tick off their travel bucket list… #yogigoals

 

Five Yogi Must-Visit Destinations

 

1. Ubud, Bali

Yes, Eat, Pray, Love did put Bali on the world’s radar as one of the premier yoga spots – and, for a good reason. Rooted in Hindu spirituality, Ubud (which translates to ‘medicine’) has always been a hub for holistic healers. What’s more, is that Power Living hosts the Uncover & Transform Bali Yoga Retreat quarterly which is an immersion program, daily schedule includes meditation, yoga, workshops and inspiring community activities.

 

2. The Chopra Center, Carlsbad, California

A newbie compared to other destinations on this list. Deepak Chopra, co-founder and board-certified physician, helped create a modern enclave for this ancient practice by incorporating the Vedic science of mind, body, and spirit into contemporary integrative medicine and personal growth.

 

3. Rishikesh and the Ganges River Valley, India

Dubbed the “birthplace of yoga,” this spiritual town is nestled in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains along the sacred Ganges River in Northern India. Rishikesh is replete with ashrams and temples that pay homage to various gods and goddesses, as well as a plethora of yoga classes and workshops.

 

4. Hariharalaya, Cambodia

Named after the Cambodian interpretation of Harihara, a Hindu deity that bears attributes of gods Shiva and Vishnu, Hariharalaya dates back to 800–1000 AD as the Vedic capital of Cambodia. The little village, just 10 miles and a 30-minute tuk-tuk ride from Siem Reap, is also home to the Hariharalaya Retreat Centre.

 

5. The Rubin Museum of Art, New York City

This Museum is a pocket of serenity in New York City’s lively neighbourhood of Chelsea. Unlike other art spaces in the city, this six-floor museum is not just home to some of the most prestigious Himalayan art exhibitions; it’s a hub for world-renowned scholars and yogic thinkers who teach seminars and workshops that tie contemporary fields like neuroscience and technology to the ancient practice of yoga and meditation.

 

So which one will you choose?

 

There is an amazing world out there waiting for you to explore it! From India to Cambodia, the experiences are endless.

Still, too many options to choose from? Why don’t you join one of Power living’s amazing retreats in beautiful Bali? They are not only totally #zen but are truly life changing. Not only will you practice yoga twice a day but, you will also meet a like-minded yogi squad along the way.

 

Don’t have the time to travel to your favourite yogi retreat just yet?

 

Transform your living room into the ultimate yogi zen zone and get your daily yogi fix on Yogaholics. We offer countless yoga, meditation, and inspiration videos just a click away and the best thing is, you can do yoga in your PJ’s! Ultimate goals!

So, what are you waiting for?

 

Written by Yelena Moroz Alpert from Yoga Journal



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