The guests get to determine the diet suited to their particular body temperament based on ayurvedic texts.
The guest is introduced to The Satvik ‘aahaar’, a tasty vegetarian diet which is healthy for the body, easy on the stomach, using minimum oil and spices.
Relevant yogic exercises, which they practice independently or under expert guidance..Choice also of Outdoor activities -The guest takes in the ambience, tours around nearby tourist spots and does nature sight seeing.
Session of lifestyle management counselling to help them unite their principle objectives in life with such lifestyle that contributes to their health, peace and happiness.
Delicious and healthy food is available at our restaurant to sooth your taste buds and pamper your hunger.
Don’t worry about your vehicle parking during your stay with us, we have got it covered for you.
We have free Wi-Fi to get you connected with your loved ones and keep you updated with outside world.
Here you can rejuvenate yourself and get ultimate relaxation from your so called busy and tiresome city life.
Audrey Harris - Paris France.
I was looking for a retreat in Himalaya on Google while i found Shuklacharya’s Retreat & Spiritual Centre and i really thank Google to help me find it !Staying at Shuklacharya’s Retreat & Spiritual Centre is a real moment in life ! The place is as simple and cosy as could be. Rooms are perfectly clean and comfortable and the food very tasty and healthy. I drank every day the amazing ginger and lemon tea prepared for guest.The hosts and the staff are amazing, kind and very careful to your comfort. I enjoyed the very non-commercial way of teaching yoga through the practice of postures as much as the way of life.
Dmitry & Elena Riman Management - Russia.
The main reason, why we were searching for such a place, was the great wish to get some answers for life questions.It is not enough to say, that these two weeks were wonderful. “Wonderful” is not enough. This period was very much useful, it was “opening eye” period. Shukl’acharya gave us an opportunity to learn the “science of life and yourself” in all its aspects. We ate very “correct” food – vegetarian, tasty, different, but without overpowering flavours.We practiced yoga – each of us different postures, because every person has his own state of body and mind; we had Ayurvedic massage; we studied and tried different meditation and breathing techniques, which, I hope, will help us a lot in the future.