ULPOTHA Xmas & New Year Hatha Flow with Nigel Gilderson in Sri Lanka
Includes daily morning (dynamic) and evening (restorative/pranayama) yoga classes, 3 veggie meals & snacks & juices, twin-sharing 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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10% off bookings made before 1 July 2015! 14 nights per person. Includes accommodation in elegant twin-sharing wattle & daub 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, steam bath, hot water bathing area and Plus mountains of fun!!! Yay!!!
Since gracious and priceless hospitality is what Ulpotha offers, tipping is not accepted and there are no additional service charges.
Nigel Gilderson has been teaching yoga in the UK and on retreats around the world since 1997. He is founder and senior teacher of Brockwell Lido yoga centre in London.
Nigel Gilderson's teaching has evolved over the years and incorporates a blend of many yoga styles, with influences from tai chi and shadow yoga and Alexander technique integrating the celebration of the heart, universal principles of alignment, and balanced energetic action in the performance of asana. Each student's abilities and limitations are deeply respected and honored. The practice builds strength, flexibility, and stamina as well as bringing awareness to the internal creating, capturing and cultivating energy.
Students move from one posture to another in a continual flow and link movements to breath. The use of vinyasa enables the natural progression from one asana to another with a sense of ease and fluidity, ending in a deep and peaceful well as the yoga, Nigel will facilitate practices based on Tai Chi, Qi Gong and bodywork to deeply connect with the natural environment of Ulpotha and its surroundings. For more information, see