Rishikesh Is Calling. India.

Rishikesh, situated on the banks of the Holy Mother Ganga river in the foothills of the Himalaya, is a place of ancient spiritual practices that hold the vibration of thousands of years of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda.

Today I head there to join a transformational retreat that will take me deeper into my commitment to health, wellness and yoga, staying in an ashram with the instructors, and joining a small group at the retreat center each day for practice, workshops and meditation.

Overlooking the foothills of the great Himalayas, I’ll be just a short walk away from the Laxman Jhula Bridge, Ganges River, numerous temples, and Tapovan, the Forest of Meditation in Rishikesh where we’ll enjoy daily nature walks.

As much as I will be taking the time to be fully immersed in the program, I am there to photograph and record the process and will be sharing as I go. I’ve never been to India and simply cannot wait for what promises to be a spiritual and sensory onslaught.

Read more about what I’ll be doing at Namaste Retreats India with Annie Wyatt 🌸 #EatPraySelfLoveYoga Read my other posts: Transform your Life in India, with Namaste Retreats and Journey to India with Namaste Retreats.

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