Retreat with Radhikaji

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Yoga Meditation in Himalayas

Yoga is around 6000 years old. For millennia Yoga Masters treated their students and disciples like their own children and welcomed them in their homes. This was no mere book learning. Living together with the Master, the students learned to eat, breathe and live Yoga Meditation. But before the Master filled the cup of the seeker with knowledge and wisdom, he would help the seeker to "empty the cup" of old deep rooted habit patterns of thinking, finally leading the seeker to his own intuitive fountain.

Retreat Details

The Retreat will take you through the entire process of Yoga Meditation from beginning to end. This includes practice as well as fundamental concepts. 

The following concepts will be discussed:

  • Introduction to our Tradition and Lineage
  • The three streams of Yoga, Vedanta and Samaya Srividya Tantra 
  • Steps of a single meditation session
  • Understanding the process of Yoga Meditation
  • Contraction and Expansion 
  • Fear in Meditation
  • Four Functions of the mind
  • Who am I?
  • States of Consciousness
  • Eight steps of the inward journey leading to advanced meditation
  • Mantra Yoga: Gross to subtle
  • Tattvas, the universal map
  • Complementary Practices
  • Vedantic practices
  • Preparatory poses
  • Energy exercises
  • Breathing exercises
  • Kundalini practices
  • Mantra practice


Daily Programme

6.30-7.30 a.m. Guided Yoga Meditation
8 a.m. Breakfast
10 a.m. -12 noon Interactive Discussion
12 noon - 1 p.m. Guided Yoga Meditation
1-2 p.m. Lunch
5-6 p.m. Walk
6-7 p.m Yoga Meditation (independent practice)
7 p.m. Dinner
9-10 p.m. Yoga Meditation (independent practice)


  • Prerequisites: Use the contact form to get in touch with Radhikaji. 
  • Confirmation: All applications are scrutinised by Radhikaji. THATfirst reserves the right to reject an application without providing reasons. You will receive an email explaining how can you complete your food and accommodation bookings before you arrive for the Retreat.

Arrival should be planned at least a day before beginning of Retreat. Long Distance travellers should arrive 2-3 days before beginning of Retreat to recover from time difference and exhaustion.