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Isha Yoga Centre - Coimbatore
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Isha Yoga Centre - Coimbatore

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  • Transport by private air-conditioned vehicle
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 02 bottles of mineral water per person
  • Bottled water
What's not included
  • Food or drink, unless specified
  • Guide
  • Gratuities


Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
  • Coimbatore, Coimbatore, Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu
Pickup details
  • We may pick up travelers from city center hotels / fixed point wiithin city limits. In case pick up is outside central points extra cost shall applicable subject to distance applicable.
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During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
    Airport pickup offered
    During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included airports.
    • Coimbatore Intl Airport, Coimbatore India
    End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

      • Not wheelchair accessible
      • Infants must sit on laps
      If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 50182P432

      • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
      • Not recommended for pregnant women and people with back problems.
      • Consider wearing comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
      • Children must be accompanied by an adult
      • Not recommended for travellers with back problems
      • Not recommended for pregnant travellers
      • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
      • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

      • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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      vanabb
      Ulm, Germany20 contributions
      2.0 of 5 bubbles
      May 2023 • Business
      This is a cult. A snake cult.

      Many foreigners in white linen shirts and badges, not too friendly, all really feels off. The statue itself is big, to be sure. An interesting place to walk around though. If you are here make time to visit the main compound. You will see that the 'Temple of Doom' was actually a documentary.

      My Indian collegue was lamenting how all of the young people here were brainwashed and wasting their lives with this nonsense.
      Written 4 October 2023
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      Balasubramanian R
      Chennai (Madras), India774 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      May 2023 • Family
      Isha Yoga centre is one of the tourist attractions and is situated on the foot hills of western ghats in Coimbatore. Very big statue of Bhagawan Shiva is there and vast area. Bus facilities and parking facilites are available and it is free for entrance.
      Written 27 July 2023
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      Srini
      Bengaluru, India34 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Nov 2018
      This Diwali, we decided to get away from the noise and pollution, especially for my mother & daughter who are both allergic to the fumes that engulf Bangalore during these 3 days. Luckily we came to know about the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore, and headed there for a short break. I had booked the cottages in advance, and we decided to drive down. We started early and had a brilliant drive on the NH, passing through Salem. The roads were brilliant and thanks to Fastag we raced through the numerous toll booths as well and reached Isha center around lunch time.

      We had lunch at the public restaurant, Moondram Pirai. It wasn't very good and we were apprehensive about how we would manage, but we were then informed about the Bhiksha hall where sumptuous food is served everyday for the residents. More on that later..

      The Yoga center was at the foothills of the Velangiri mountain range, and the first thing that we noticed was how clean the air was, and how peaceful the whole place was. The presence of Sadhguru was felt everywhere in the ashram, even though he wasn't there physically at that time. His chants were played at many places and his videos were running in the many AV sections in the ashram.

      We relaxed for a bit in our cottages and then headed out to explore the ashram. There is a huge 112 ft statue of Adiyogi just outside the ashram and we decided to pay a visit there. This statue holds the Guinness record for the world's largest bust statue and it was a magnificent sight. There were bullock carts to transport visitors to the statue, but we decided to walk instead. The statue is made of steel and is truly impressive.

      We spent some time at the statue and headed back to the ashram for the evening dinner at the Bhiksha hall. The food is prepared by the volunteers and they feed all residents of the ashram four times a day (Brunch at 10 am &10.45 am, and Dinner at 7 pm and 7.45 pm). It was simple, delicious and very well organized. The entire place is silent and no instructions are given, yet everyone somehow follows the required procedures including chanting of Sahana bhavatu before eating, and washing your respective plates and tumblers after the meal. It was a lesson on how to organize large gatherings without creating a commotion around it! After dinner we retired to our rooms after a short walk since lights go off at 9.30 pm.

      We started early the next day and found some peacocks at the Nalanda grounds outside the cottage to have a pleasant start to the day. We first visited the Linga Bhairavi temple for the morning aarti (quite an invigorating experience), followed by a dip in the Suryakund (for men) and Chandrakund (for women). These are pools of cool water that are very relaxing, with Shiva lingas inside the pool. While the Suryakund was very clean, the ladies found a couple of bugs in the Chandrakund unfortunately. After a dip in the pools, we visited the Dhyanalinga temple, where a large Shiva linga is located in a huge meditation hall. The pin drop silence there along with the energy emanated by the solidified mercury linga takes you to a meditative state easily and is very peaceful and energizing. We then had the brunch at the Bhiksha hall, followed by a class on Isha Kriya and Upa Yoga, which are simple exercises to initiate someone into regular yoga and meditation. The rest of the day was spent exploring the ashram and taking in the clean air and soaking in the atmosphere.
      Written 21 November 2018
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      Sunil Anand
      Bangalore District, India181 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      The Isha Yoga Center is quite close to the Coimbatore city center - around 20+ KMS. Quick drive, and you get to see the awesome Siva statue, with a picturesque background with nature, mountains and lots of land. They got ample parking space, and also provide buttermilk to escape from the sweltering heat. Not to be missed if you're visiting Coimbatore.
      Written 20 May 2019
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      Monika A
      Bengaluru, India126 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      May 2019 • Family
      We stayed at the Nalanda block. Isha has various residential buildings with different names. They call it cottages but they are actually rooms. Our room was huge, clean and comfortable with a beautiful personal balcony, even beautiful public area with great view of the mountains. I enjoyed walking the huge grounds and the lovely property. Here are some tips which will tide you over, if you are a first time visitor, or a tourist.

      1. Bring a small sling bag, you can put your phone, a credit card and pls do put some cash. The cash can come in very handy when you get tired of walking and enjoy a sukku coffee at their cafeteria or get tempted to buy something from the isha gift shoppe and they have some beautiful, gorgeous stuff. Also the cash can help you to take a bullock or battery operated ride from isha centre to adiyogi grounds and enjoy the mountains and mango trees on the way.
      2. Pls wear decent footwear or if you can, pls choose to walk barefoot. I had to deposit my shoes 4-5 places, but it was no problem at all. No one steals your footwear, even on a public holiday and the staff is very courteous and kind. Avoid heels , I touched 20K footsteps on my fitbit the day I was staying and I was happy. For elderly there are battery operated cars that can be requested. For younger people there are cycles at many places which can be used to go around.
      3. The food--the BHIKSHA hall serves only 2 community meals a day. AT 10 and 10.45 am and at 7 or 7.45pm. The food is wholesome, healthy and awesome. For those who are in the habit of snacking or tea/coffee can visit the cafe near gift shoppe but pls remember it runs out of food after 6pm. There is a big restaurant opposite the entry snake gate of the ashram and it is open till late night.
      4. Don't stick to only Dhyanlinga, kunds, adiyogi but do explore the ashram respecting their rules. I enjoyed a beautiful evening at their lotus pond. The walk to Adiyogi was full of clear skies and numerous neem and mango trees. There are coconut and palm trees everywhere outside the ashram. Try everything, breathe the clean air.If you are staying overnight, visit dhayanlinga during their evening nadha aradhana at 5.45, where they play music. I am usually not moved by meditation or spiritual practices, but I really enjoyed listening to that music in the peaceful, elliptical shrine.
      5. The ashram's rooms are self service, so pls do not accept room service etc. Water filters are placed at strategic intervals and you can fill your own water. Surprisingly there are no mosquitoes even though they have 2-3 ponds and very few insects. I have stayed in various nature lodges and open land facilities but I am surprised to have no creepy crawly encounters here. Maybe it was the hot month, MAy and monsoon will be a different story all over.Carry your mosquito repellant just in case.
      Written 3 May 2019
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      shyloo n
      Princeton Junction, NJ4 contributions
      1.0 of 5 bubbles
      Nov 2023 • Family
      Went with member who has mobility issues and needs to use wheelchair

      Very very disappointed at the absence of wheelchair ramps
      Even the Dhyanalinga has no ramp for those who have mobility issues, to perform abhishek

      The bullock carts to Adi Yogi statue also do not allow wheelchairs
      Are differently enabled humans not welcome at Isha?

      The entrance has no signs or information
      Volunteers give out contrarian confusing instructions

      Wake up Isha! Get with the program
      Old age wisdom dispensed generously at new age speed calls for more empathy and inclusion beyond international volunteers wearing pristine white

      Sadhguru … hope this review gets to you
      Written 27 November 2023
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      Rajan
      Kanchipuram, India96 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      Nice place to visit
      The creative ideas of swamiji is Excellent and it improves Spirituality in side the every person

      One day worthy to spend here
      Written 19 July 2022
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      DipuKV
      Pune, India2,786 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Jun 2022
      A serene atmosphere pervades the place! Beautiful surroundings, with greenery and mountains all around.
      Written 13 July 2022
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      Nita
      51 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Isha yoga center is a place where you go to receive grace. There are many courses being conducted which one may do . Or just sit in silence and declutter our inner chaos. Dhyan linga attracts you like a magnet to sit for as long as you want. Ashram is so big , one can take long walks. Bhiksha hall is for food (Prasadam) where two meals a day are served. Isha shoppe is there to buy genuine products. Canteens are there inside if in case you still want to eat besides the two meals. Once you enter the ashram premises to stay, you can’t go out for the duration of your stay to the outside world (what a blessing though) I am speechless yet wants to say so much 🙏positive vibes only😇
      Written 30 December 2019
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      chandan p
      Bengaluru, India66 contributions
      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      May 2019 • Couples
      Sadhguru said that Dhyanalinga is a consecrated and energised form which will remain like that forever, that kind of aroused my curiosity to visit this place.

      We drove there from Bangalore on a Friday, started at 5 am in morning and reached there by 1:00 pm. Roads are excellent, so you really dont feel the strain and exhaustion. Not many restaurants on the way though except the Saravana bhavans.

      Isha is a sprawling campus. You may get a little lost from where to enter, but ask people and they will guide you. They will take the keys of your car and park the car themselves.

      Check in was bit confusing as there was no particular queue and you need just sit there and show up when the guy before you leaves the counter. The rooms are very good. Made of bricks, they are quite cool from inside. We stayed at Kavery complex. (Nadhi cotteges). They are very spacious too.

      Food was wholesome and I liked that. They followed the timings strictly. you will be seating on the ground and have your food. There were a couple of restaurants too, should you like to have some more varieties.

      Dhyanalinga entry was very well organised. You can take a dip in the pool (separate for men and women) before entering the Dhyanalinga dome. Once you enter, there were batches of 15 mins after which you can walk out. But if you want, you can remain seated and continue your meditation.

      Now the point where I would like to give a feedback for improvement :

      This is a huge place, but sufficient instructions are not readily available about the do and dont's and clarity on specific instructions at certain places was missing. Some places had specific instructions which if you are not aware, you may miss out. For example, nowhere it was mentioned that to take a bath, you need INR 20, so if you go there without your wallet (which I guess most of the visitors would prefer to do while strolling inside the ashram), then you would have to come back and take the money with you. Another example, there is a Nada aradhna which happens every day at the Dhyanalinga & if you want to witness that, you need to pay 700/-. Again this was not mentioned anywhere clearly, so if you are not carrying your wallet, you will miss that.

      Post 9:30 PM, the security guards would push you back in your cotteges, even if you want to sit outside quietly on the ground or by the lotus pool for some more time.

      My partner also gave not so good feedback about the condition of toilets near the back exit, which led to the Adiyogi statue.
      Also the Chandra Kund water didnt seem to be very clean.

      Barring these few points, overall the entire place is efficiently managed, and that too my volunteers who arent professionals. So full marks for that.
      Most of the places were very neat and order was maintained in-spite of heavy rush of visitors.

      I medidated at Dhyanalinga for some time, but no effect on me as I have not yet developed the antennae for receptiveness.

      Would want to come back again later.
      Written 11 May 2019
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