The Resort


The Sattva is a sanctuary for retreat. In its simplest form, Sattva means purity of spirit. It is in this place of purity, embraced by the power of Himalayas and nourished by the clarity of the Ganges, that true transformation can take place.

Located 20 minutes outside of Rishikesh India - the birth place of yoga – The Sattva offers all global seekers and warriors of wisdom, the space, the tools and the freedom, through yoga, meditation, wisdom talks, and global holistic and Ayurvedic spa treatments, to truly assist in the discovery of Self.

The Sattva is a self-referral phenomenon and cannot be strictly defined. All experiences are created by each individual guest according to each individual’s need of the time making The Sattva a flexible, ever expanding space for the deepest level of consciousness.

We invite you to come. Create your own experience and add your own unique energy to this sacred space. Come with an open heart and open mind. Sometimes no plan, and simply “showing up” with no expectations, will deliver something more than one could ever imagine.

Home to Sattva Yoga - a school of yoga founded by Anand Mehrotra that is an ever-evolving and inclusive practice of meditation, kriya, asana, movement, pranayama, radical aliveness, and timeless wisdom, The Sattva Spa and Wellness Retreat offers a variety of accommodations, an ayurvedic spa, organic farm-to-table cuisine, and unique open air yoga halls incorporating the natural setting. Situated at the edge of the Raja Ji National Forest, the property includes a sustainable farm, refreshing natural spring-fed swimming pool, private meditation areas, a bubbling stream running through the property, along with nearby hiking trails and river rafting.

The Sattva Spa and Wellness Retreat supports local traditions and people of Rishikesh, upholding the rich culture of this spiritual mecca. Located along the holy Ganges River and set on ceremonial grounds, The Sattva Spa and Wellness Retreat is a vortex of powerful transformation and deep relaxation welcoming all who have the courage to go deeper.