Shambhala Retreat 2017

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Spiritual retreat in Kulu Valley,

Spiti Valley and Ladakh


Unravelling in The Himalaya

Let go of your “lifestyle” vacations.

Leave the tourist trail.

Detach from that guidebook.

Shed your inhibitions.

Connect with the authentic, spiritual India.

Allow us to initiate you to its most sacred sites and

temples, to its majestic, dramatic landscapes, to its


Let us guide you to the core of your Self, of your consciousness.

Let us assist you to its awakening through the Light of Shambhala!



30 Aug. – 13 Sept. 2017

14 Sept. – 28 Sept. 2017

28 Sept. – 12 Oct. 2017

The Shambhala Retreat is a life-transforming experience of self-discovery and personal growth that guides you through some of the most ancient, spiritual, remote and sacred places in India. You will practice yoga high up in the Himalayas, the world's highest peaks in a mystical land of subtle beauty. An ancient land where vividly coloured mountains rise up dramatically, dwarfing the crystal rivers and emerald water lakes which make their way through the barren terrain.

As the body opens, aligns and strengthens through the asanas, as the Ujjayi breathing is deepening bringing tones of prana to your Chakras, a new energy begins to flow regenerating your body, and your soul. The mental noise, the incessant mind scenarios slowly are replaced by an inner stillness and silence! In this healing stillness and silence, you are able at last to hear your soft inner voice. You recognise the subtle voice of your True Self or consciousness.

Connecting deeply and identifying with your consciousness, instead of identifying with your body, you experience what it means to be conscious, present, awake. Rrr

Through initiation and experience of the Teaching of Living Ethics and Patanjali’s 8fold path you learn how to maintain this presence, this awakening during the whole day and not only during the meditation sessions.

Filled with inner peace and joy you leave your yoga mat to hike through the mountains, to experience the atmosphere of the ancient monasteries, to chant with the Buddhist monks, to contemplate the Milky Way in the sky at night, to practice yoga in the early morning, to soak in the hot springs, to relax with the massage treatments. Experiencing and feeling the vastness, the Light, and the deep essence of your new awakened Self, is transforming and empowering your whole existence. You vibrate peace, contentment, gratitude, humility allowing thus the sacred and subtle energies of the Universe transforming and uplifting your consciousness even more.

The Shambhala Retreat patiently, silently is unraveling the innate secrets of the deep journey into the Self. In these mystic, dramatic landscapes of the Himalayas loaded with healing, ethereal spiritual energy, you’ll get a glimpse of your consciousness merged with the Highest. Himalayas connects us with Shambhala , the Abode of the Hierarchy of Light. The delusion of the impermanence of our consciousness dissolves to the awakening of “The Timeless, Permanent, Eternal and Infinite One”.


•Daily yoga classes

•Hiking and sightseeing trips

•Meditation and pranayama classes

•Yoga philosophy and guided meditation sessions

•Delicious vegetarian, vegan and raw vegan meals

•14 nights accommodation

•Ground transportation

•Airport transfers

•2 massage treatments

•2 therapy sessions

Yoga Styles

•Partner Yoga, Hatha, Restorative, Astangha, Agni Yoga


o Instruction language: English

o Spoken languages: English, French, Greek, Japanese, Hindi


During this retreat, you will be accommodated in elegant, aesthetically beautiful hotels in Leh, Keylong and Naggar and beautiful camps, guest houses and homestays in Tabo, Nako, Kaza, and Chandra Tal Lake.


Maria Karastergiou, PhD

Maria is a spiritual nomad who quit her Paris and Athens based psychotherapy practice and lecturing at the university to travel the world. She founded Auroyoga Academy to help people connect with their yoga practice on a deep, spiritual level. Through the Shambhala retreat she will guide the participants to experience the true, authentic, spiritual India away from the tourist trail. She believes that Auroyoga practice is a powerful tool in helping people achieve balance, inner strength, and self-growth in their life. She teaches Auroyoga, meditation, and several courses based on the Eastern and Western contemplative and psychodynamic approaches and Agni Yoga. She is also the author of a soon-to-be-published book, “Yoga: East meets West”. She organises retreats and workshops, writes books available at Amazon, and can be reached through her website or at

Rihoko Sano

Rihoko is a Japanese yoga teacher from Tokyo based in Thailand. Being vegan for ethical reasons since her late teens helped her to refine her energy centers, especially her Heart Chakra. As a result she started travelling and seeking the truth. She was introduced to yoga and Ayurveda during her first trip to India. Her life was transformed completely as a result. She did a yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. She was also introduced to Ayurveda medicine.

Rihoko believes that the yoga practice is special showing us and connecting us with our spiritual existence. She was working as a yoga teacher in Tokyo. She wants to deepen her knowledge concerning the philosophy of yoga and the Ayurveda medicine. She met Maria in Bangkok earlier this year and she decided to travel to the Himalaya in India and assist Maria during the Auroyoga Himalaya Retreat.


As part of the Himalayas, the most blessed, ancient places are Kulu Valley, Ladakh and the sacred Spiti valley.

“Spiti, a world within the world”


The subtle, healing energy of the Himalayas pulsate in Spiti Valley. Nothing describes adequately its ethereal, subtle yet harsh dramatic landscapes.

The route to the Spiti Valley makes its way over the world's highest motorable pass, before descending to the Spiti Valley. While the rest of Himalaya is arid and barren, the Spiti Valley blooms and blossoms in many colours.

Two major rivers, irrigate this area, giving rise to a fair bit of vegetation: apricot and apple orchards, barley fields, and willows. This combined with the ethereal beauty of the towering mountains all around it makes the Spiti Valley one of the most striking regions of Himalaya.

Ladakh's neighbour, Spiti, is for travellers and pilgrims who dare to drift from the tourist trails. Spiti's remote villages remain tucked away in the lap of the mighty, barren Himalayas, painted majestically by my favourite painter: Nikolas Roerich.

Here you can visit the most beautiful ancient monasteries, hike along the fascinating peaks, lakes and rivers, take a glimpse of a unique, introspective culture and traditions different from the rest of India, and meet the friendliest, kindest and most spiritual people of India, who live in the lap of the Himalayas. Spiti Valley remains practically cut off from the rest of India for 6 months of the year. Thick Himalayan snow blocks the mountain passes, making it almost impossible for road transport to pass through. Temperatures on average drop to -30 degrees Celsius, and the lack of any modern form of heating means most families keep warm around wood fire (tadoori). To survive the harsh conditions, the Spitian people are stocking up on food and wood.

Ladakh is often called 'Little Tibet' because it’s inhabited by Indo-Aryan but mostly by Tibetan descent people, so its culture and history are closely related to that of Tibet. Rock carvings found in many parts of Ladakh indicate that it has been inhabited from Neolithic times. Ancient Buddhist monasteries, rivers with crystal clear water, mud-brick houses in oasis-like villages, beautiful lakes with emerald colour water, high mountains, unexplored paths, the kindest, friendliest and most welcoming people of India await us in this retreat.

You will focus on the yoga retreat in the beautiful dramatic landscape and also explore the incredible beauty of the area. Yoga asanas, breathtaking outdoor meditations, organic food, walks, hikes and a total immersion in the local culture awaits you.

Our trip is planned in such a way that our carbon footprint in this ecologically sensitive region remains low.


Day 1:.Kullu- Naggar -Manali- Hot Springs Vakshish

Reach Bhuntar Airport in the morning or take an overnight bus from Delhi or Chandighar airport. Our staff will pick you up from the Bhuntar airport or the bus stop in the village of Pathlikul, to drive you to Naggar. Check-in in the Ragini Cotage and take rest. This day is to get used to the altitude and to help you acclimatize. We will go for a walk to the Old Manali next day, visit the old Castle, the ancient Temple in Naggar, and the Nikolas Roerich Museum. We will stay 3 nights in Kulu Valey, in Naggar.

Day 2 to 4: Kulu Valey, Naggar, Manali

Yoga, meditation, visit to the Temples, the Castles and Museums of Kulu Valley, soaking in the hot springs and sightseeing in the Naggar and Manali area. Hike up to the Krishna Temple and meditate in the temple.

Day 4 to 10: Spiti Valley

On this day, we will board on the vehicle and set off towards the Spiti Valley.

Day 4: Rohtang La – Gramphoo- Chatru- Battal – Kunzum Pass- Chandratal Lake

The adventure begins as we leave Naggar and Manali and head to the Rohtang Pass. 3978 m

Spend sometime at the pass and head to Spiti valley. Once we cross Gramphoo, the stunning beauty of Spiti valley will leave you speechless. High snow capped mountains, thousand years ancient monasteries, dry and rugged terrain, many waterfalls, the rough Chandra river and Chandra Tal lakes are awaiting you. Will stop at Chandra Tal lake.

Kunzum Pass , is a high mountain pass of 4551 m. on the eastern Kunzum Range of the Himalaya. It connects the Kullu Valley and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley.We will visit the temple dedicated to Goddess Durga also which lies at the top of the Kunzum Pass. It is considered auspicious to do Parikrama of the temple and get blessings before going further into journey. From the Kunzum Pass we will do a 9 km trek to the Chandratal Lake. Chandratal, or the Moon lake, its name originates from its crescent shape .The lake is situated on Samudra Tapu pleatue which overlooks the Chandra river.The sweet water lake is around 2.5 km wide.The lake can be visited only during the three summer months because it's frozen the rest of the time. Locals believe that fairies visit the lake at night.

This beautiful lake gives all the uniqueness which makes it a perfect stop to enjoy the calmness and beauty of nature.The best way to experience this lake is to take a stroll all around and watch the lake changing color in itself. It offers a magnificent view at night (after sunset sky is filled with count-less stars & offers a Spectacular Milky way view. We will contemplate the sky from our luxurious tents in Parasol Camps and experience this spectacular Milky way view.

Day 5: Kibber Village -Kaza

Kibber is a beautiful village. It holds the distinction of the Highest motorable village in the world.The unique thing about this village is that houses are made of stone and in box like shape, the place has school, dispensary and post office. Its a great place to experience local life of Himalayan people. We will opt for a homestay to understand the lifestyle of hilly people. People here are very friendly and kind at heart.

It contains a monastery and the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary. Kibber monastery is situated at the highest point in the village above all the houses. This monastery was founded by Serkang Rimpochhe of Tabo. The interesting facts are not inside the monastery, but outside, all around the Kibber Village. The height of the monastery gives a perfect chance to experience the surrounding landscape with snow-capped mountains in the arid desert. Kibber wildlife sanctuary houses animals like Ibex, Red Fox, Himalayan Wolf, Blue Sheep (Bharal) and the majestic snow leopard.

The area around this village is the most fertile area in the Spiti Valley and people can often sight working in their field. Agriculture forms the backbone of the local economy and lush green fields are abundant. Their livelihood mainly rely on the agriculture.

Best things to do in Kibber is Star-gazing. In the night, you can see the once in a life time view of the galaxies in the clear, majestic sky. We'll continue our journey to Kaza. We will spent the night at the next village of Kaza in a beautiful guest house and then move to our next destination, Kye Monastery.

Day 6: Kaza - Key Monastery

Key Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery. It's the largest Monastery in Spiti valley situated close to Kibber village. It is the Religious training center of Budhist Lamas .Here you can see Lamas studying, playing, singing which is heart-warming.The walls of the Monastery are decorated with beautiful paintings, valuable manuscripts and unique wind instruments. Since Sept.2011, this monastery is headed by a 10-year old boy, Rinchen Namgyal of Ladakh, who is said to be the reincarnation of a renowned Buddhist monk, Kachen Dugyal. In the prayer hall there is a huge picture of Buddha, where we can offer our prayers. There is a large set of Desi Ghee Diyas (lamps) in the corner, which are lighted every evening creating a solemn atmosphere and we find in any Buddhist Monastery of the Spiti Valley. The monastery has a collection of ancient murals and books of high aesthetic value and it enshrines Buddha images and idols, in the position of Dhyana. From the roof of the monastery we can capture all the surrounding amazing views. One side is covered by the high hills of Himalayas and the other side is covered by the Spiti river valley and beyond that, there are the snow-capped high peaks of Himalayas. Looking down, nestled on the banks of Spiti River there is Kye Village and its green -lush farms that are soothing to the eyes. His Holiness the Dalai Lama visits often the monastery.

Visiting Kye Monastery is a wonderful experience. Overnight in our guest house in Kaza.

Day 7 : Dhankar Monastery and Lake

From Kaza we’ll visit an ancient monastery considered as a historic treasure of India: Dhankar monastery which is located 29 km from Kaza. Overnight at Dhankar in a homestay.

Dhankar lake

Dhankar lake is situated 9 km after Tabo, above the village of Dhankar at the height of 4136 meters in the middle of hills.This lake lies above the Monastery of Dhankar. We'll approach this lake by a trek from the Monastery. It is surrounded by barren hills. It offers a beautiful site to eyes and soul. It spreads over a large area with its crystal clear water.The colour of the lake keeps changing. The lake with its changing colours makes the scenery ethereal and the photographs absolutely magical.

There is a small temple being built by local people on the side of the lake.There is a pole with lots of prayer flags on the other side. Despite its remote location, the Shrine is visited by large number of Buddhists. It is a dream come true for people who have passion for photography. It is an extremely photogenic site. Dhankar monastery is built at the highest location in Spiti valley. It is one of the five main Buddhist centers in Spiti region. Centrally located in Spiti region the monastery offers panoramic view of the Spiti valley. Dhankar originally called {“Dhak”,cliff and “Khar Palace”} literally means “Palace on a cliff”. Dhankar is also of historical importance for art lovers.The Monastery consists of a number of multi-storey buildings that stand together, giving it fortress like impression, an image of Vairocana or Dhayana Buddha, consisting of four complete figures, seated back to back is the highlight of this Monastery.There are Buddhist scriptures in Bhoti language and relics such as paintings and sculptures.Two Gompas are housed in this Monastery Lha Opa Gonpa and Lkhang Gonpa. The former is supposed to date back the 12th century and the second one is more prominent with its splendid mural which represents the life of Buddha.We”ll spend the night in a homestay in Dhankar. From Dhankar Lake we’ll head to the National Park of the Pin Valley.

Pin valley National Park. We will visit the National Park which is home of endangered animal, like Snow Leopard and Siberian Ibex. Pin Valley National Park was founded in 1987. High peaks towering to elevations of 6000 m surround this valley from all sides. A large part of the total area of this park is under permanent cover of snow.

Day 8: Tabo Monastery

Tabo Monastery is situated close to Kaza in Tabo village. It was founded by the Tibetan Buddhist Lotsawa {translator}Rinchen Zangpo {Mahauru Ramabhadra }the king of western Himalayan kingdom of Guge. There are many priceless collections of Thankas (scroll paintings), manuscripts, well-preserved statues, frescos and extensive murals which cover almost every wall. It is the preserver of Buddhist legacy .The monastery has fine collection of well preserved paintings.

There are nearly 36 clay statues attached on the wall of assembly hall and believed to be as old as the Monastery. The Monastery complex comprises 9 temples, 23 shortens, a monk’s chamber and an extension that houses the nuns chamber. We will stay in the guest house of the monastery for one night, visiting the monastery during the day to meditate and attend pujas in the evening. From Tabo we'll visit the Nako lake and monastery.

Day 9: Komic village – Nako Lake

This village is considered as the highest in the world. It has motorable road, and is situated at a towering altitude of around 15,027 ft above sea level. Komic Village Is also famous for Lundup Tsemo Gompa Buddhist monastery. It is said the monastery is connected with the Maitreya Buddha or the future Buddha. Festivals are part of life in the village.

Nako lake and Monastery

If you think your trip has been quite special so far, wait till you see the next destination. Nako is nothing short of utterly celestial! Nako’s beauty is undeniable - the water appears to actually be striped in varying shades of blue, purple, and green. Spend the day soaking in the experience of Nako lake. We’ll spend 1 night at an elegant camp in front of the lake Nako. Visit of the ancient Nako Monastery.

Day 10: Baralacha La – Surya Tal Lake

Baralacha la or Baralacha pass is one of the highest mountain pass. It means Pass where many roads meet. Here you can see mountains covered with snow all around which makes it heavenly experience. Baralacha pass connects two prominent mountain ranges of India Pir Panjal and Zanskar valley besides the great Himalayan ranges. The Bhaga river originates from Surya tal lake which is situated at few kilometers from the pass.It is at comparatively low altitude than some of the other passes in this region, its on the Leh Manali highway and offers great views and beauty .

Suraj Tal Lake

Near below the Baralacha la we’ll meet a beautiful emerald lake, “The Suraj tal” {Sun Lake} the source of river Bhaga. Suraj tal or Surya Tal is sacred body of water literally means the lake of The Sun God. It is the 3rd highest lake in India and 21th highest lake in the world. The lake remains frozen throughout the year as it is one of the highest lakes in the the world. Legends say that one dip in this lake can purify the human soul from all its sins. Beautiful lake with stunning views and healing energy. Also known as "Hollow Lake," it lies at an altitude of 4,420 meters and is about in some sections - approximately six to seven kilometers wide. Asia's largest saltwater lake, surrounded by barren snow-capped mountains. We’ll pic nic next to the lake feeling and sharing its high vibration and its beauty!

Day 11: Leave for Keylong. Stay at Dekyid luxurius hotel in Keylong for 1 night

Day 12: Nubra Valley

Numbra Valley is straight out of a picture book, for you can never imagine sand dunes existing in such a place. We will traverse the Hunder dunes in Nubra Valley on double-humped Bactrian camels, unique to Nunbra Valley. Stay for 1 night.

Day 13: Pangong Tso magnificent Lake

On the way to Pangong Tso Lake the mountain scenery is stunning. We have to cross Chang La, a treacherous pass at 5364m meters to get to Pangong Tso. The views from Chang La on the way are breathtaking.

If you think your trip has been quite special so far, wait till you see Pangong Tso, it’s utterly celestial! Also known as "Hollow Lake," it lies at an altitude of 4,420 meters and is about in some sections - approximately six to seven kilometers wide. In fact it’s Asia's largest saltwater lake. Its beauty is undeniable.

Its waters are changing colours throughout the day. These colours include varying shades of blue, purple, and green. All we’ll do in Pangong Tso is contemplate the vivid shades of blue, purple and green and gaze at the stunning sunrise.

We’ll spend the day soaking in the experience of Pangong Tso lake, meditating and contemplating “Le grand Bleu”. We’ll spend 1 night at a camp close to the lake.

Day 14: Leh

Overnight stay in a beautiful hotel.

Day 15: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL)

Transfer to the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL) for your flights back home.

Included excursions

During this retreat, you will have hiking and sightseeing trips, as well as visits to ancient Buddhist monasteries hiding pieces of art, old paintings, sculptures, thankas, spiritual ancient manuscripts, invaluable treasures of the past, museums, art galleries, hot springs and waterfalls.

Daily as the group travels, you will experience yoga asanas, magical morning and evening meditations, adventurous hikes, awesome sightseeing, peaceful walks, group chanting, collection of medicinal plants, delicious meals, inspiring group discussions.


•07:00 Yoga practice, pranayama, and outdoor walking and sitting meditation

•09:00 Breakfast

•10:00 Excursions, Sightseeing

•14:00 Lunch and free time or driving to our next destination

•16:00 Yoga philosophy and guided sitting and walking meditation

•18:00 Dinner

•19:00 After-dinner get together


During this retreat, you will enjoy local cuisine. Most of the population of Spiti is engaged in agriculture activities and produces raw food for the preparation of their traditional dishes.

Vegetables such as pumpkins, potatoes, beans, and beetroots are cooked in different ways. Thukpa and Skyu, khambir (local bread), and Pava (made of sattu) are the staple food of the people of Ladakh. Varieties such as Tsampa, Cholak, Thukpa, and Mok-Mok are also the specialty of the Ladakhi cuisine.

The following meals are included:




The following dietary requirements are served and/or catered for:



•Raw Vegan

Things to do (optional)

•Explore the surroundings

•Horse riding

•Camel riding in Nubra Valley

•Immerse in the local culture

•Contemplate the stunning views

•Visit the nearby towns and villages, libraries, shops

•Massage treatments

What's included

•Accommodation in a shared room basis. (Single occupancy is possible with extra charge)

•Daily healthy meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

•Daily yoga, meditation, pranayama and yoga philosophy classes

•Ground transportation with our drivers

•Hiking and sightseeing trips

•Procurement of all relevant inner line travel documents

•2 massage treatments

•2 therapy sessions

•Transfers to and from the Airport

What's not included



•Meals and drinks outside of what is included in the package

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Bhuntar Airport in Kulu, or at the airport of Chandigarh. Transfer from the airport is included. Our staff will pick you up from the airport. Please book your flight to depart from a different airport, the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL) in Leh. Transfer to the airport is included.

Booking Policy

•A booking requires the payment of 50% of the total price.

•The rest should be paid 30 days prior to the starting day of the retreat.


“I did the yoga retreat in Pelion last week with Maria and others...It was so pure and joyful. Stillness, bio dynamic food, swimming...The best! Thank you Maria for all this!” Ilse D. S., Belgium

“Thank you, Maria, for introducing yoga to me the way you did. Together with the meditation and the conscious eating/drinking habits during the retreat, it deepened my conscious attitude. Back in The Netherlands I practiced yoga every morning. Since the retreat in Pelion I did not cook fish, I did not drink alcohol, and only had a few cups of decaf cappuccino but with soy milk…So a lot of changes for the better. I need to work on all present stress items in my daily life, but I think I face them more relaxed already. Thank you, dear Maria, I wish you the very best for 2015, in which you may be allowed to continue to shine your light on new and existing yoga students.” Anna G., Amsterdam, Netherlands

“I am Maria Papadaki and I am the architect and manager of Koufonisi Villas Resort in the Koufonisi island of the Cyclades islands in Greece.

I have met Maria Karastergiou in Athens and I followed for a year her yoga lessons. I did appreciate her positive energy, her dedication to her teaching and her students, and her excellent yoga style, Auroyoga. So I decided to invite her as a teacher for the summer yoga classes at the Koufonisi Villas. I did enjoy there her yoga classes and her ability to teach students of different levels and ages throughout the summer at the resort. Her seminar was a useful experience which helped me to connect with my soul, my strengths and my vulnerabilities. She managed to share her spirituality with all the students, teaching her yoga approach, 'Auroyoga', in an uplifting way. Thank you Maria for these balanced and unique yoga classes.”

“It is great, thank you Maria! I am vegan now and imagine that some people around me got inspired…Feel much more healthier and easy. Even my blood-values are much much better, so there's no need to take medicine :-) Please tell all your yoga-pupils, that cow-milk, cheese and eggs contain hormones, which are too heavy and not healthy for our hormone system!!! My doctor was so surprised, that i regulated my own TSH (thyroid gland) with changing my food habits. I am convinced, that animal hormones are poison for the human system.” Monika D., Germany

“Thank you for the strength, wisdom and insights about life and beyond.” L. A., Sweden

“Maria, the most graceful person I met. You have truly inspired me and I’m grateful we met…Thank you for your support…” M. S., Sweden

Maria you have given me the gift of healthy purpose. Through yoga I have learned to love myself more. For these, I give you my infinite gratitude.” K. H., Boulder, USA

“Maria, my guide, thank you for bringing me into a new chapter of my life.” Jesse J., NY, USA

“I’m very glad to be here in Greece to follow your yoga class.

It gives me “serenity”, nourriture for the mind and the body, energie and inner peace. Thank you Maria for being yourself and for offering and sharing your knowledge to us (me).” I. S., Belgium

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