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Refilling Your Well: The Art of Sacred Self-Care

There comes a time when you know you need to take a break — when body and soul are searching for sacred space to relax and let go.
Come spend a restorative time-out immersed in nurturing activities that replenish your soul, increase your joy, and transform your stress into bliss.


Feb 27 to
Mar 4
09:30 amto15:30 pm

Arrival and Departure times to be confirmed with Ashram. Consider arriving a day earlier and staying on longer if you're able.



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Experience gentle yoga classes, massage, meditation on the beach, metta (loving-kindness), breathwork, and Yoga Nidra or “yogic sleep”.

Awaken your inner peacemaker using creative journaling, guided imagery, and joyful movement.

Understand the physiology of stress and its impact on body and mind, and take home effective stress-relieving tools. It’s time to claim a powerful approach to self-care.

Come awaken your spirit and set yourself free.

About the Ashram
The Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat provides an immersion into the daily practices of a yogic lifestyle. We are a traditional yoga ashram for contemporary yoga study and practice. Surrounded by the bounty and beauty of nature, the ashram is a place where people come from around the world to expand and deepen their knowledge of yoga.


We are located across the bay from Nassau, Bahamas, on one of the finest beaches in the world. It is truly an island paradise and a sanctuary of peace and natural beauty. With its pristine white sand beaches, crystal blue waters and five and a half acres of lush tropical gardens, the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat provides the ideal environment for practice, rest, and rejuvenation.


We offer a rare combination of traditional ashram and modern yoga retreat. More than just a yoga center, we are an ashram, a spiritual community and study center, established in 1967 by Swami Vishnudevananda (our lineage). The core staff is a community of residents who have devoted themselves to a spiritual path, living, practicing, and working together to care for the ashram and promote peace in the world through the philosophy and practice of yoga.