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Goa Yoga Retreat

Retreat programs are usually designed to give ourselves permission to truly relax and energise. It provides with a new environment which enables us to grow, learn and build up a new perspective. On a retreat on Yoga program one gets detox digitally. The entire program will be conducted under the guidance of professional Yoga trainers.

Where

Bhakti Kutir, Colomb, Palolem, Cancona Goa, IN 403702
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Type of Event

  • Retreat

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Nov 2 to
Nov 11
2016
06:00 amto06:00 am

It is a 10 Day Program Organised for those who would like an intense and Deeper Knowledge about practicing Yoga. It is going to be Inaugurated at 10:30 Kindly inform us one day prior to your visit so that we can make the required arrangements to the earliest.

Price

$500

Course Fees in USD
For Corporate Yoga is 500 USD Total Fees 500$
Includes all Course material (Books/CDs/DVDs), Yoga Gear, Yoga Mat, Kriya kit, Certificate. All meals-Pure Vegetarian & Vegan (Tea, Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Dinner) twin sharing room for man / woman separately. Additional Fees for individual Accommodation· 20$ per day extra.

Full Description

The literal meaning of retreat can be understood in several ways but referring to Yoga it will be taken as a quite and scheduled place in which one can rest and relax. For some people going on a Yoga retreat can be major turning points in their life.

Practicing Yoga regularly can be challenging if you have a busy schedule. But when you’re on a retreat, chances are you’ll have 2 classes offered a day, which will ensure your progress and you will see the positive effect more quickly. Going on a new place creates an opportunity to see the world, and yourself, in a new light. Experiencing the unknown is an accelerates way to grow, learn and helps you build a new perspective. When you have extended free time, it’s a lot easier to meditate. No cell phone buzzing or boss reminding you about deadlines. On retreats, it feels a lot more natural to breathe deeply and be present in the moment. Retreat will help you detox digitally and shutting off the technology. Inspite of being in internet connectivity, you don’t feel the need to constantly tweet, text, update Facebook or call friends. It feels good to unplug.

Sometimes we have to be far from home to give ourselves the permission to truly relax. Being on a retreat allows you to listen to your body, rest when you need it, and be free from stress. If your retreat is all inclusive, you get three healthy and delicious meals a day without the need to find recipes, go grocery shopping, prepare the food, or clean up. Getting the nutrition you need has never been easier. All the work is done for you. The best way to break a bad habits is to replace it with a new healthy one. When you get out of your regular routine for a week, you can replace unhealthy habits with conscious new behaviours that support you in being your best self. Undeniably, you will meet individuals with similar interests. even if you go alone, you have a chance to make friends with people from around the world who you might know for the rest of your life. While a week in paradise is always nice, we often come home with a refreshed appreciation for life. You feel happier, healthier, and re-energizing to jump back into your routine with new vigor.

In the world of constant information, turning off all the noise, your own voice, judgments and outside perceptions for several days truly frees you. It allows yourself to open up to a sacred space of healing which results in a state of happiness and allows you to make important life decisions. Often individuals experience profound healing and new states of awareness on retreats. There is no point in dwelling on your past; but often being an environment where you can look what you experienced briefly and have others to help you move to a place of forgiveness and gratitude can be life-altering. Retreats offer a space of compassion and love that can help you propel you forward on your , time, work, toxic relationships can drag you down and make you feel trapped in your current reality. You have to live beyond what you have now believe in what you can become. A wellness retreat allows you to experience this unique space disconnected from your current reality.

Since you are the focus of your retreat, it is a great opportunity for you to strengthen the relationship with your body, mine, sprit. A retreat gives you time to harmonise and balance all the aspects of your whole human being. You can a yoga class and quite night’s rest in nature. You get to nature yourself in which ever way feels right for you. There is no obligation or expectation from anyone, except yourself that is. Sometimes we feel guilty or ashamed if we take time out to pamper ourselves because it takes time away from our loved ones. A retreat is a great way to practice self-care, self-love, self-nurturing.

Whether you want to go on a yoga holiday, or study yoga more seriously, Goa is a popular place to do so.
Stay under the canopy of this two acre coconut grove in one of twenty two back-to-nature cabanas. No two cabanas are alike. Fashioned from local materials like rice straw, and bamboo, the cabanas are built to include trees, leaves, and to let you see the moon and star-fllled skies. The living areas combine a rural feel with a surprising degree of comfort.
Bhakti Kutir is an ideal location for Yoga retreats and workshops, and hosts them regularly. It is situated in South Goa having only 200m distance from one of the most beautiful beach Palolem beach. We offer comfortable accommodation, healthy food and ayurvedic addition to the space used for the regular daily classes, we have 2 additional yoga spaces, so your workshop or retreat can be accommodated easily alongside our existing programme.

Yoga in retreat will be a life changing experience for every individual and will benefit in every possible way, be it any sort or mental or physical illness, or mental peace. True yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed; yoga is to be lived. Yoga doesn’t care about what you have been; yoga cares about the person you are becoming. Yoga is designed foe a vast and profound purpose, and for it to be truly called yoga, its essence must be embodied.