Yearning for rest and rejuvenation in the arms of Mother Nature as you disconnect with the world outside to reconnect with your inner being? Urban lifestyle, full of stress and tension, can take a toll on your mind and body. With the combined forces of yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda, our six-day retreat gives you a unique opportunity to restore balance and inner peace.


“Dive deep into the world of yoga, unravel the secrets of this magical practice, unleash your body’s full potential and uncover its inner workings. In this retreat, we will play with the elements—fire to activate the digestive and elimination system, water to tap into circulatory and endocrine system, and air for the cardiovascular and respiratory system—with the help of asanas, mudras, and pranayamas to energize every cell within.”


“Ayurveda’s holistic approach to wellness recognises the uniqueness of each individual, which is determined by the interplay of elements in our bodies. We will learn the basics of the ancient science, understand our constitution, foods that suits us, foods that don’t, and how to prepare a meal in accordance with Ayurvedic principles. During the retreat, we will be indulged in three wholesome meals, created in accordance with our Ayurvedic body type, as well as a personalised diet plan to follow after the retreat.”


To access our inner bliss, we will explore a plethora of Osho’s active meditation techniques using sound, light, movement, darkness, and breathwork.

Evening Satsang

Satsang is a spiritual gathering—an excuse for fellow travellers to come together informally and share stories from their journey. In this session, the teachers will be available for Q&As and will share their insights on their subject. On some occasions, the satsang will be followed by an evening meditation.


Natasha Mahindra has 250 hr Sushumna Vinyasa Teacher in Ashtanga Vinyasa, 250 hr Bharath Shetty Indea yoga teacher in Hatha Vinyasa, and 250 hr IYT Yoga therapist to her credit. She is also a yoga therapist with a deep understanding of systems of the body, yoga to treat imbalances, such as heart disease, diabetes, depression, lower back, knee pain to name a few. She believes in looking at people not only from a physical point of view but also from their emotional and pranic bodies as well.

 She also works with sound meditation and chakra dhyana through music. Natasha enjoys leading yoga nidra sessions and guided meditation as well. Along this journey, she started seeking practices beyond the asana, experimenting with movement and music therapy, like 5 rhythms, dance, and movement meditations. Her yoga retreat company, Anam Cara, started two years ago, brings her love for yoga and travelling together.


Mansi Chauhan, is a multi-talented person who is M.S. in Psychotherapy & Counseling and trained in Jyotish Pragya, Medical Astrology, Vastu, Past Life Regression Therapy, Reiki-III Level and many other  fields. During her study of medical Astrology, she was introduced to Ayurveda and found this to be her passion. She loves to learn new things and spread happiness and smiles.

Ashwin-C-Ashwin Bharti became a disciple of Osho in 1977 and is an ambassador of Osho’s vision. From being a successful businessman, he became a philanthropist and started helping himself & others in their spiritual journey. Being a channel for Osho’s energy, Ashwin created Zorba the Buddha, one of the world’s largest open faith spiritual centre and cultural hub. Over the years, he has received transmissions from various teachers in Sufism, Tantra, Zen, Shamanism, Pulsing, Osho therapies & meditations, bodywork, biodanza, contact improvisation, art and music. Today, Ashwin continues to live his vision of bringing people to meditation as well as celebration, and has been facilitating Osho meditations for more than a decade.

Event Details:-

Date & Time : 24th – 29th March, 2017

Venue: 7, Tropical Drive, MG Road, Ghitorni, New Delhi-110030

Contact : Tara
Phone : 9250361903

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