At Lily Yoga we start each monthly Yoga TTC with a beautiful, elaborate ceremony based on ancient Indian tradition. It is purifying and allows students to start their yoga journey with fresh new energy. For more information on our residential Yoga TTCs, Ayurveda Retreats, Sound Healing or Holistic Massage Courses, call, mail or visit us: Lily Yoga | Rishikesh
The Lily Resort
Balak Nath Road
Tapovan / Laxman Jhula
249192 Rishikesh (Uttarkhand), INDIA
What is brilliant and really awesome about the many Indian gods and goddesses: that they present the various cosmic influences, healing arts and creative powers. This means, they are not at all representatives of a particular religion, but rather meaningful figures with inspiring stories which remind us of our ability to embody divine qualities ourselves, and that we ourselves are beings of divine origin. They help us to realise our selves and to return to Yoga, our union and
“In the practice of Yoga one can emphasize the body, the mind or the self and hence the effort can never be fruitless.”
– T. Krishnamacharya (yoga teacher, ayurvedic healer and scholar, 1888 - 1989) #Mayurasana / #Peacockpose
Level: Basic/ Intermediate
Style: Hatha Yoga #yogarishikesh #dropinyogarishikesh #lilyyogarishikesh #dailyyogarishikesh
Kapalabhati is yogic breathing exercise (pranayama). In Sanskrit "kapal" means skull, and "bhati" means shining. Kapalabhati is considered to be so cleansing to the entire system, when practiced regularly, your face shines with good health and radiates.
To learn how it is done, join our next Yoga TTC starting next month. https://www.lilyyogarishikesh.com/yoga-ttc #pranayama #yogattcrishikesh #yogarishikesh #lilyyogarishikesh
The coconut is believed to be an auspicious fruit and gets used in many rituals. In temples as well as on special occasions such as weddings, festivals or during the inaugurations of a new vehicle or house. The coconut is usually broken, placed before a deity and later distributed as ‚prasaada‘. The Top 3 meanings of the coconut: The coconut can be seen like the head of a human being. Breaking a coconut symbolises the breaking of the ego. Tender coconut water used in abhishek
Jai Ganga Maiya!
We salute all Rishikesh Lovers and Ganga Lovers with this short video. Dedicated to one of the grandest divinities that blesses Earth: Ganga Ma #ganga #rishikesh #gangarishikesh #yogarishikesh
Did you know that the Indian Government has formed an entire Ministry for the propagation of Yoga and Holistic Medicine? The Ministry of AYUSH was formed in November 2014 to ensure the optimal development of health care. The department of AYUSH puts focused attention on the development of education and research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy. image: depiction of ancient sages learning ayurvedic wisdom from Lord Atreya (top) and surgeon Susrut