ULPOTHA Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Mika de Brito in Sri Lanka

Includes daily morning (dynamic) and evening (restorative/pranayama) yoga classes, 3 veggie meals & snacks & juices, shared accommodation in elegant huts, swimming in silky freshwater lake, bike rides, hikes, excursions to local ancient heritage sites and much more. Ayurveda treatments on option. Two week retreat, Sunday to Sunday.

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$2,940Full two weeks (recommended)  
Price indicated is for 14 nights and includes accommodation in elegant shared huts, all meals, snacks, drinks, two Yoga classes a day, a one-on-one consultation with our resident Ayurveda doctor, one excursion per week's stay, a massage per week's stay, laundry service and the use of bicycles, hot water bathing area and taxes.
$1,470One week only  
Price indicated is for 7 nights and includes accommodation in elegant shared huts, all meals, snacks, drinks, two Yoga classes a day, a one-on-one consultation with our resident Ayurveda doctor, one excursion per week's stay, a massage per week's stay, laundry service and the use of bicycles, hot water bathing area and taxes.
Ulpotha
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Cultural Triangle near Dambulla, Dambulla LK
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  • Retreat

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When

Feb 18 to
Mar 4
2018
12:00 pmto10:00 am

Includes daily morning and evening yoga classes, veggie meals & snacks & juices, shared accommodation in elegant huts, swimming in silky freshwater lake, and much more! One or two week stays.

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$2,940

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Mika de Brito

Mika teaches regular group and private classes in Paris and holds retreats around the world. His wise and playful retreats in Ulpotha since 2007 are extremely popular, so be sure to book early.

Mika started yoga at aged 21 with Baptiste Marceau, one of France's foremost Astanga teachers, who was later to become a good friend and mentor.

Mika was a musician at that time, though yoga had such a pull for him that he left Paris a year and a half later to concentrate on teaching. In 2002 he met a swami in India who offered to teach him tantric yoga. For the next 3 years he traveled between Paris and Rishikesh in India. Many people were asking for private classes, so he started to travel the world, from New York to Morocco to Mongolia and Iceland to give classes and retreats!

In 2010, he created YOGALAB with Marco Prince, creating sound-immersed yoga for events around the world. For more information, see