Anticipating and looking forward to their retreat in 2023, here is a wonderful short video of a recent Devon School of Yoga retreat at Basunti. The video was made by Gabe Casey, one of the attendees on the retreat and it conveys his own personal visual journal. Click the following link to see the video:
Bridget will be returning to Basunti in October 2022 for 2 separate Anusara yoga retreats –
10 days, 1 – 10th October
7 days, 13 – 20th October
Bridget has been teaching at Basunti every year since 2011, and we are very excited to host her lovely group of yogis again this autumn!
Extremely excited to announce our yoga seasons will start again in the spring of 2022!
Meanwhile, we can enjoy this lovely short film, sent by Duncan – here it is, just click on the following link –
I was researching a recipe for Banana Bread when I came across some line drawings of the bread mice I used to make when I was working in Neal’s Yard Bakery. Every baker had a signature, whether it was the way they sliced the bread or stacked it or the specials they made, mine was […]
A Yoga rereat. A retreat on the roof top.
Everything comes so easy, being surrounded by all this beauty.
Nature, unspoilt villages merging harmoniously with the forests and lake that surrounds them.
Sun Salutations on the roof and the sun rises over the trees, over the tiny village roof tops. The little footpath leading down […]
It’s this time again.
It’s time to reflect on the passing season and send our thanks to our teachers and yogis who took residence at Basunti during March and April 2019;
Stephanie Aulestia and Nathalie Luce had joined us for the first time – what a blessed group of yogis!; they braved the early March […]
Winter has come to a close down here at Basunti, although it still snows occasionally on the low Himalayan peaks above Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj. The Gaddi shepherd is camping with his large flock of goats and sheep with their lambs on the meadows below; it must be still cold up on the mountains and […]
Turmeric in the foreground, Arbi in the middle and Okra at the back.
My favourite is the Arbi, you can eat the root, which looks like a knobbly potato, but I think it is rather tasteless. Its real glory is the leaves. You take the leaf and lay it flat then cover it with a […]
Basunti’s next painting retreat will be lead by Dorothy Morris. This is a 14 day painting holiday, suitable for professional and amateur artists, who will have the opportunity to draw onto Dorothy’s experience in painting and batik making techniques, together with touring and exploring different parts of North India.
The Tour: You will be […]
I arrived at Basunti in the dark, straight from Amritsar airport and yet to see any of India in daylight. I was warmly welcomed by Izzy, co-owner/creator of Basunti with her husband Dave, who showed me to my lovely room. I then crashed into bed without a second thought for where I was. When I […]