International Yoga Festival
March 1-7, 2016 | Rishikesh, India
For one week, participate in over 60 hours of varying yoga classes led by world-renowned masters, complemented by lectures guided by some of India’s premier spiritual leaders, as you celebrate with thousands of like-minded wellness enthusiasts from 60-plus countries. On the banks of the Ganges River in the lap of the Himalayas with revered Saints, Yogis and global Yoga experts, deepen your practice, discover your soul and expand your consciousness.
IYF is grounded in the authentic origin of Yoga. Practice and learn from masters from traditional yoga lineages of India, as well as masters of international yoga schools and styles. Classes include Ashtanga, Raja, Bhakti, Kundalini, Iyengar, Vinyasa, Bharat, Deep, Shintoh and Somatics Yoga to name a few! There will also be classes in meditation, mudras, Sanskrit chanting, reiki, Indian philosophy and much more! Plus every evening there will be cultural dance and music performances highlighting the culture of this Himalayan region as well as music from around the world.
Register for tickets for 2017 now! Special discounts for group bookings! www.internationalyogafestival.org
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