Ongoing in our centers
Our motive is to create a loving environment around the world where people are completely connected to nature with a feeling to connect with their real self.A place which is self sustained in itself...may it be food, workspace, self growth activities to let person feel the real self.A place that does not promote manmade restricting religions and orthodox cultures...but where humanity is the main culture, after all we are the children of same Mother Earth.
In 2015 Stay Natural Foundation decided to start renovating the starting grounds of the ancient Bhartiya (Indian) civilization in the river Ganga basin. Our aim is to revive the original charm of the area by building an ecological society with the help of the local people. We have made our base in Ladpur to achieve this goal by the year 2022.
Learn how to cook your favorite Indian dishes! We teach how to cook healthy Indian receipts and prepare a full and nutritious meal.MORE INFO
Yoga classes for groups and individually on agreement. Classes will be customized according to individual/group needs.
Healing massage to clear energy blockages in the body. Feel relieved and energetic with our specified massages. MORE INFO
We provide customized diet,detox, ayurveda and workout plans that leads to tremendous results in terms of nice physique, glowing skin, harmonious state of mind and super energetic life. MORE INFO
Life on the earth is a reflection of cosmic vibration: Mediation, Astrology, Angel therapy and Akashik record will help to reach the vibration frequencies.MORE INFO
Hampi, Karnatka, India
Establishing Natural Farming since 2017
Meditation sessions for groups and individually on agreement. Classes will be customized according to individual/group needs. MORE INFO
Europe, Russia, Asia
Ancient temples and caves of Southern India remind us from the ancient, spiritual, yet highly technically advanced societies of past centuries. In 2017 Stay Natural foundation decided to research on Vedic culture and bring back the real glory of these temples and caves by involving local people. Our base locates in Hampi, which is was the most developed city in the 15th century.