One Day Yoga and Meditation:

  •    Morning Routine: 
      • Starting with tea is a good way to ease into the day.
      • Neti Kriya and Pranayama are excellent   for respiratory health and overall well-being.
      • The morning yoga session at 8:30 AM is a great way to energise the body.
  •            Breakfast:
      • Having breakfast at 10:00 AM allows time for the body to wake up and for participants to engage in morning activities without feeling rushed.
  •             Mid-Morning Activities:
      • The mud or steam bath at 11:00 AM can be a rejuvenating experience. Ensure that participants are comfortable with these activities and have access to facilities.
  •            Afternoon:
      • Meditation at noon is a good practice, aiding digestion and providing a mental break.
      • A one-hour break for lunch at 1:00 PM is appropriate and allows for a more relaxed mealtime.
  •             Rest at 2:00 PM:
      • This is essential for recovery and relaxation, providing a pause before the afternoon activities.
  •            Tea & Popcorn at 4:00 PM:
      • A light snack is a good idea to keep energy levels stable. Tea and popcorn are a nice combination.
  •             Chanting & Talk at 4:30 PM:
      • This is a nice addition to the schedule, providing a spiritual and educational element.
  •             Evening Yoga at 5:30 PM:
      • Evening yoga can help release tension and prepare the body and mind for the evening.
  •             Dinner at 7:00 PM:
      • Dinner seems appropriately timed. Ensure that it’s a balanced and not too heavy meal.
  •             Candlelight Meditation at 7:45 PM:
    • Ending the day with candlelight meditation is a beautiful and calming practice.


  • Consider incorporating a short break or stretch session between longer activities to avoid fatigue.
  • Ensure there is enough time allocated for each activity, and participants don’t feel rushed.
  • Flexibility is key; participants may have different preferences, so allow some room for personal adjustments.

        Overall, it’s a well-structured schedule that promotes a holistic approach to well-being. Adjustments can be made based on the       preferences and needs of the participants.