Min 7 Days - Dates to be confirmed, please enquire
Includes - 11 classes with full board in a twin room
Transfer to and from Kochin airport
Treatments and excursions (info given upon arrival)
Single supplement £15.00 per night
Extra nights at £65.00 per day (includes 2 yoga classes and full board)
Cost For 8 Days -
The Kerala Retreat
Sunra is happy to announce, after many year’s absence, we will finally be returning to work in Incredible India. The Home Of Yoga.
The holiday will take place at a beautiful newly purpose built retreat situated high in the mountains 100km from Kochin.
Far from mass tourism with stunning views, nestled amidst tea plantations, mango trees and palms, over 200 ayurevedic herbs grow in the gardens. The early morning sun rises over the mountains looking out at what seems like endless tea plantations. It is an ideal setting for a retreat.
You can come for a minimum of any 7 days. (10 days is highly recommended as you surely won't want to leave)
All levels are welcome. You can jump in the deep end as a beginner or deepen your existing practise. However new or old you are to yoga there is always something mew to learn about you your body your mind and where better than India.
Classes will include asanas, pranayama, meditation and chanting.
Excursions, surroundings and treatments
As well as the magnificent landscape there is a swimmimg pool for your pleasure. Organic vegetables are grown on the land and used in your meals.
Ayuravedic massage and treatments are available onsite. These treatments will be given by traditionally trained locals. This ancient healing art, in days gone by, was handed down through families and not through books. The practitioners will have been trained in this way.
The retreat will be run by Barbara Gordon, founder and director of:
The Sivananda Yoga Centre (London) Sunra Yoga and Holistic Health Centre
Psychotherapist specialising in Eating Disorder
Yoga Teacher since 1969
Yoga Teacher Trainer (Yoga Alliance Approved)
Barbara has been practising yoga for over 40 years. Initially training with Swami Vishnudevananda, a direct deciple of Sivananda, she went on to study with many great masters; Swami Satchitananda, Swami Venkateshananda, Sogyal Rimpoche, Krishnamurti, and Baba Ram Das, to name but a few.
Her current teacher is Guruji Mohan, an enlightened master and healer extraordinaire, whom she met in Rhajastan where he is based, six years ago, when invited to teach on an Indian colleague’s teacher training in India. She goes to visit Guruij every year for further training and inspiration.
She has studied and practised many forms of Hatha Yoga including, Sivananda, Iyengar, Ashtanga, plus Buddhist and Hindu Meditation. One of her great loves is Bhajan, (Sanskrit Chanting).