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Yoga Retreat    £180 per day

Yoga Retreats can be run any time of the year. It can be done as individual or group customised retreat.

Please find the tailored Yoga Retreat Program at Green Ayurveda Spa.

Yoga Retreat @ Green Ayurveda Spa:

At the Spa for 1 or 3 or 5 or 7 days you will be spending 10-3 pm (or) 7-12 noon where you will be having;

  • Daily 2 hours Private Yoga session with Dr Majosh Jolly
  • Daily Ayurvedic Rejuvenation & Detox treatments for 75 Minutes.
  • Mind body cleansing treatments (Chakra stimulating) will be selected as per your consultations.
  • Vibrational therapies by healing Mantras
  • Ayurvedic Yoga
  • Ayurvedic Psychology
  • Meditation & breathing Instructions
  • Pranayama (breathing technique)
  • A special therapeutic soup, kitchari/Kanji/Daal soup, fresh steamed vegetables, pappadam and chutneys and our own herbal teas provided daily.
  • Freshly home-made Mind & Body Cleansing & Detoxing Ayurvedic Food by Dr Swapna daily.
  • Detox herbal Drinks, and detox juices for your body types/doshas
  • Post-Retreat health and wellness program for healthy diet, Yoga and lifestyle practices.
  • Ayurvedic Cooking instructions, to help you to cook healthy foods which suits your dosha(body type)

 

Induction to AyurVeda, Yoga and Meditation

AyurVeda is an ancient Indian holistic system of healing that works on the principle that, with a balanced lifestyle, human beings’ life expectancy should be prolonged.  Apart from helping to attain longevity AyurVedic practice is often used to treat; fatigue, insomnia, arthritis, heart disease, rheumatism, asthma, allergies, digestive problems, mental & cerebral ailments, weight control and joints & muscular aliments.

The word AyurVeda is a combination of two Sanskrit words

Ayur = Life   Veda = Knowledge / Science

 

AyurVedic Consultation

AyurVeda recognises that our cosmic energy consists of three component energy ‘Doshas’; Vata, Pitta and Kapha.  Each person has a unique pattern featuring different levels of the three Doshas; one primary and the other two less prominent. Before using AyurVedic remedies it is important to find out your primary or dominant Dosha.  Good health relies on our ability to keep the Vata, Pitta and Kapha levels in harmonic balance.

 

Yoga and Meditation

AyurVedic principles consider Yoga and Meditation to be complimentary science for healing and the rejuvenation of mind and body. Whilst AyurVeda focuses on treatment (Chikitsa) of the mind and body; Yoga and Meditation supplements the process through self-development and self-realisation (Sadhana).

Yoga constitutes of Asanas or body postures; scientifically prescribed to stretch, exercise and stimulate parts of the body to provide holistic healing. The primary purpose of Asanas is to bring balance and harmony to the five basic elements that govern the body. It is the balance of these elements that ensures good health, wellbeing and longevity.  Yoga, through Asanas and breathing, provides one with a recognisable interaction and connection between one’s body and mind.

 

Nutrition and Diet

The AyurVedic Lunch is based on recipes from Kerala, India. The recipes will use herbs and spices specially imported from Kerala to enhance the holistic value of your Yoga Retreat programme.

AyurVeda teaches us that vital energy is present in fresh vegetables and fruits. Fresh vegetables contain Prana energy which helps to boost the immune system and sense of vitality. AyurVeda states that it is best to have different types of food every day, in order to keep your digestive system healthy.

Try to include different grains, fruits, vegetables, proteins and flavours.  Always include six flavours in your daily diet:

  • sweet
  • sour
  • salty
  • bitter
  • astringent (harsh)
  • pungent

Flavour your food with Chutneys or fruit based sauces.  Use turmeric, black pepper, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, dill seeds, fennel seeds in food preparations when possible.

The following contradictory food combinations is said to weaken one’s immune system, and should therefore be avoided:

Milk and fish
Milk and sour fruits
Milk and eggs
Ghee and honey
Milk and pickles
Milk and yogurt
Hot water and honey
Banana and yogurt
Hot milk and honey

Drinking lot of coffee, tea and caffeinated soft drinks creates Dosha imbalances. It affects the liver and increases toxin levels in the body. Drink more fresh milk, herbal tea, and energy drinks with herbs and spice to increase your energy levels.  When thirsty drink hot water rather than cold water, as it cleanses your digestive tracts.

 

Comfort & Accommodation
(Priory Self-Catering Holiday Cottages)

Cottages are beautifully appointed to an extremely high standard with quality contemporary furnishings and close attention to detail. Each kitchen is fully equipped with every modern convenience, including electric and microwave ovens, ceramic hob, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and ironing facilities. Worktops are solid Italian granite, and floors are Travertine tiles. The bathrooms have contemporary luxury Italian bathroom fittings, tiling throughout and soft white towels. In the bedrooms we have top quality mattresses, white cotton bedding and luxury soft furnishings and each cottage has a TV in a bedroom. It is recommended that you refrain from consuming alcohol or smoking during the three days. Price: £50 per person/night.

 

Charges

The charge excluding accommodation, breakfast and dinner

The cost of Yoga Retreat for:
1 Days  – £180
3 Days  – £520
5 Days  – £860
7 Days  – £1200