1) Enough clothes for a week (or two) so that you don’t need to wash it and send it to laundry in a first week. You night clothes should have pajamas and tops which can also be comfortably worn while going for morning walks/nature walk or breakfast.
2) Any regular pair of shoes for walking around mainly sports shoe /sandals and chappals if you want to do any sort of water-related activities on our Sunday outings with the rest of the school and staff.
3) Standard toiletries, shower sandals, a towel( although we will give you basic Toiletries )
4) Electronics (laptop, tablets, cameras) Don’t forget to take along the chargers or batteries of the electronic gadgets which are being carried.
5) A backpack (meant for backpacking and hiking and tracking). Although it’s not absolutely necessary if you want to save money, the ground in India isn’t always paved and smooth, so it’s not as friendly to luggage bags with wheels like western and European country
7) A headlamp or flashlight and a small torch
8) Any necessary medicine prescribed your doctor. Many people bring basic first-aid (bandaids, antibacterial cream, etc). We also recommend bringing diarrhea medicine in case you eat food outside accidentally drink unfiltered/tap water. All of our food and vegetables are washed and cooked with purified water, so you won’t have to worry about getting sick during your daily meals.
9) Feminine hygiene products, if necessary. Please pack more sets of undergarments /socks as you may not be able to wash them regularly or get them washed while training Toiletries: Please keep all the basic items which you use as a matter of personal hygiene like – tooth paste, tooth brush, soap, shampoo, face wash, body lotion, shaving kit, deodorants, etc. And there are certain things which climate of area demands, like sunscreen lotions, or cold creams that should also be taken along accordingly Nail Cutter – In addition to cutting nails, the additional features of a nail cutter can be used for cutting fruits, opening seals or caps, etc. We have laundry facility and can be availed at nominal cost.
10) Spectacles or contact lenses – If one wears glasses or lenses then an alternate set should be kept
Is there a dress code?
We don’t have any specific dress code in our school but you should choose yoga wear that hugs your body shape, and allows for easy movement and have a enough stretch for Ashanas Practice, Indian culture doesn’t encourage the exposed and revealing dress and you should chose dress that covers your knees and shoulders.
Some Tips to choose your Yoga Dress
Yoga Tops- Choose yoga wear that is comfortable, with modest coverage that and not of too much revealing. You will not be comfortable tucking at your clothes during yoga class. Stretchable cotton-blend t-shirts- blouse that hug the torso will work well for both men and women. Avoid tops and blouse with loose necklines or collars; they are irritating during inversions, such as shoulder stand or invert ashanas. Women should look for bra support built into a yoga top.
Yoga Bootom/pants- Yoga pants with an elastic waistband additionally if it’s with waist draw cord are best while holding and securing your pant ( Make sure the draw string should be smooth else it will make a lump and may irritate you while lying on the stomach ) .Chose your pants that conform to the body’s shape . For women, yoga pants are available with a foldable waist for extra comfort and warmth. Capri-style yoga pants are also famous for both men and women. You can also get the stretched leggings for both man and women for ashanas class and Pajama for literature class.
Overly loose pants is irritating when it slide and get in the way of yoga poses so avoid using it .. Avoid wearing shorts because they can bunch up in upside-down poses.