7 reasons to visit the Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore

In my recent visit to Coimbatore, I had the opportunity to visit Isha Yoga Center. A center of well-being and spirituality, the center is definitely a place one must visit. Here are 7 reasons of visiting the center – 

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  1. Location – The Isha Yoga center, spread over 150 acres of lush land is an embodiment of peace and serenity amidst vast spaces of stunning mountains and verdant green spaces. Located at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains, Isha Yoga Center has Pristine hills with thick virgin forest, sparkling rivulets and waterfalls and an abundant wildlife that make it the perfect place for inner transformation.
  2. The Triangle Block – This architecturally appealing residential facility is designed in the shape of a triangle – a yantra (yogic symbol) which represents ultimate perception, houses an active international community of brahmacharies, full-time volunteers, guests, and visitors, making it a vibrant hub of activity and an optimal environment to pursue one’s growth.
  3. Trimurthi Panel – Carved out of three 50 ton granite blocks, the Trimurthi panel is an impressive outcome of the art of stone sculpting cultivated in India over millennia. Symbolizing the three different dimensions of Shiva – Hara, Rudra and Sadashiva, the tripartite panel is an expression of the three chief gunas or qualities of every living being, in ancient vedic sciences referred to as tamas, rajas and sattva.
  4. Dhyanalinga is a powerful and unique energy form sitting under a pillarless 250,000-brick dome structure. An extraordinary meditative space, the Dhyanalinga does not ascribe to any particular faith or belief-system, nor does it require any ritual, prayer, or worship. Each week, thousands converge at this unique meditation center to seek out inner peace and silence. As Sadhguru says, “Anyone who comes into the sphere of the Dhyanalinga cannot escape the sowing of the spiritual seed of liberation.”
  5. Spanda Hall – The architecturally distinctive Spanda Hall, a 64,000 sq.ft meditation hall and program facility is venue for residential Isha Yoga programs and events. Visually striking, with an expansive white marble floor and a free standing pitched roof, the dominating feature of this space is the exquisite wall mural, painted using only natural vegetable dyes and earth extracts, depicting the life of a yogi. Measuring 140 x 12 ft, this masterpiece of art is the largest of its kind in the world.
  6. Isha Rejuvenation Center – It offers an array of programs and therapies synthesizing yogic, Ayurvedic and Siddha treatments, for deep detoxification and treatment of certain chronic diseases. The programs offered here essentially activate a dynamic rejuvenation process, aimed at restoring vital life energies necessary for healthy living.
  7. Isha Cottages – The lovingly designed Isha Cottage area invites guests and visitors to abide for some time at Isha Yoga Center. A distinctive interior design and Isha’s own furniture line underscore the rustic and cozy feel of the guest units. Meeting individual requirements, different types of cottages are available, each equipped with an attached bathroom.

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