AyurYoga Eco-Ashram

The AyurYoga Eco-ashram is an 18-acre organic farm on the banks of the Kabini River, with panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and hills. Our position is far apart from the noise and bustle of the contemporary world, and it is bordered on all sides by agriculture fields, which turn quite scenic with the changing colours of each month as farmers produce and harvest various crop kinds all year.

 Krishna Chaitanya

 AyurYoga Eco-Ashram Village JP Hundi, Kannenur Post Hulhalli Hobli, Mysore District Karnataka, INDIA 571314

The AyurYoga Eco-Ashram in Mysore, Karnataka, is a Yoga and Ayurveda retreat centre set on the banks of the Kabini River in the tranquil countryside. The ancient mountains and forests of the Western Ghats in Kerala and Tamil Nadu in South India are only an hour away by car. AyurYoga Eco-Ashram is one of the greatest destinations in India for Yoga Teacher Training and Yoga & Ayurveda Retreats, with 18 acres of organic agriculture. We offer four outdoor yoga areas as well as a traditional Ayurveda hospital in Kerala with medically certified physicians and therapists. The ashram is a great destination for spiritual searchers to learn traditional Ayurveda and Yoga in India, with 40 eco-friendly accommodations and nutritious vegetarian meals. Unlike the seasonal yoga studios in touristic cities like as Rishikesh, Goa, and Dharamsala, the yoga classes and Ayurveda retreats provided here are for those looking for long-term lifestyle improvements in body and mind in order to live a fulfilled life. The ashram is frequently mentioned in the media as one of India's top ten destinations to study Ayurveda and learn yoga. We are equally enthusiastic about spiritual and cultural interaction between East and West, as Swami envisioned, in addition to love for Mother Nature and Spiritual Healing of Body-Mind. We are modest to welcome and study from traditional monks / instructors from many spiritual traditions inside India, including Buddhism, Sufism, and Christian Mysticism, despite the fact that we are non-religious. We pay homage to the ancient yogis of India and draw inspiration from all current spiritual mystics. Regardless of the students' personal views, the fundamental goal of the ashram is to provide a conducive atmosphere in which to practiCe spiritual sadhana.

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Rejuvenation Retreats
Teachers Training


  •  Mysore, Karnataka, South India


 After Booking: (+91) 9108809080 (English) Pre-Bookings: (+91) 998
  AyurYoga Eco-Ashram Village JP Hundi, Kannenur Post Hulhalli Hobli, Mysore District Karnataka, INDIA 571314

How to reach

1.Bangalore International Airport (BLR), Karnataka:

The nearest international airport, commonly known as Bengaluru (BLR), is around 200 kilometres away, and depending on traffic, it takes about 4 hours to get to our ashram. Traffic in the city throughout the day may take up to 5 hours. Bangalore Airport has excellent connections to all major cities across the world. BLR is where the majority of our students come and depart. We provide airport shuttles that can be shared with other students who arrive or depart at the same time.

2.Mysore Airport (MYQ):

In Mysore, we have a little airport that is around 45 minutes away from the ashram. However, there are just a few flights available:

1) Bangalore (14.00 pm) – Mysore (14.50 pm), which is convenient if you arrive in Bangalore late in the morning or early in the afternoon. Clearing immigration and collecting luggage takes at least one to two hours before checking in for a domestic aircraft to Mysore. A direct flight from Mysore to Bangalore Airport departs at 08.30 a.m. every day.

2) One to two flights each day between Hyderabad and Chennai and Mysore, depending on the day of the week. There are generally two flights every day, one in the morning and one in the evening.

3) Goa-Mysore trains run once a day, leaving Goa at 17.20 pm and arriving in Mysore at 18.50 pm.

Please double-check Go.

3.Calicut Airport (CCJ), Kerala:

Calicut, commonly known as Kozhikode, is a coastal city on Kerala's west coast. The Ashram is around 200 kilometres from Bangalore. However, because the route passes through Kerala's natural woods and mountainous hills, the journey may take 5 to 6 hours or more (known as Western Ghats).

Kannur (CNN) Airport is a new airport in Kerala that is around 4 hours away from Ashram. If you want to visit Kerala before or after the training, this might be an alternate airport.

Airport Taxi Pick up and Drop

We arrange for secure Airport Transfers with well-known drivers to pick up and drop off students at any time of day or night. Because the majority of our students come one or two days before the course begins, we will arrange for a single car to transport two or three students to save money on taxis and to provide company on a four- or five-hour journey. If you arrive or go at an inconvenient hour and alone, we can propose a hotel near the airport where you may share a cab with other passengers.

Arriving by Bus from Bangalore Airport:

At some occasions, direct buses go from Bangalore Airport to Mysore, which take 4 hours and cost Rs. 800 ($10). FlyBus from Bangalore Airport to Mysore We may arrange a cab from Mysore to our ashram for Rs. 1500 ($25) each hour. When you board the bus to Mysore, you must telephone us to confirm your bus number and arrival time in Mysore.

Please take a bus to Mysore from the Satellite Bus Station if you are coming from Bangalore City. The bus ride is not particularly pleasant. Traveling by rail from Bangalore City Central station to Mysore is recommended: Railways of India.

From Other Parts of India

From various areas of South India, buses and railways connect to Mysore. If you send us an email from the location where you intend to visit, we may advise you on the best method to contact us.