Yoga Retreats in Detail
Yoga Retreats at Samahita give you the opportunity to go deeper into the practices with a full daily schedule and more dedicated hours for yoga! Yoga Retreats have a fixed date, and can either be with our senior Samahita Retreat teachers or with a visiting guest teacher. Some retreats focus solely on yoga, including yogic philosophy, while others invite you to learn about health, well-being and creativity alongside yoga. Retreat programs are suitable for all levels of students, and you will have the opportunity to work closely with you dedicated teacher to either learn a new practice or to work upon your existing one, asking questions and learning together in a fun and supportive environment.
Yoga Retreats - what are they?
Some of the programs are simple retreats, excellent for integrating yoga into a holiday or vacation. Others are more specific, covering areas of special interest and training. These present ideal opportunities for intensive study-to practice deeper, learn more, or sometimes even to begin the practice of yoga. Retreats are usually priced at a set rate that covers the full yoga program, accommodation and meals.
Types of Retreats
We offer four types of retreats:
Samahita Yoga Retreats
Samahita Retreat was established by dedicated and experienced yoga teachers whose seniority is recognized internationally.
We offer informative and lively programs on all aspects of yoga, including classical teaching of authentic pranayama, asana, philosophy and meditation from the tradition.
Choosing a Samahita Yoga Retreat gives you the chance to deepen and further your practice or if you are new, creates an ideal starting foundation. There's plenty of opportunity for discussion and personal guidance from the teacher as well as greater opportunity for going deeper into the study and practice of yoga. Choose from our five core Samahita Yoga Retreats each with their own specialized focus.
Restore & Relax - Breathe and Meditate - Align & Flow - Strengthen & Balance - Philosophize & Harmonize.
Samahita Wellbeing Retreats
Our Wellbeing retreats have been designed to give guests the opportunity to learn and discover techniques especially designed to enhance wellbeing on every level.
As with all of our programs at Samahita Retreat, there is a strong yoga element, helping guests learn the fundamentals of breath work and Yoga asana. What makes the Samahita Wellbeing Retreats different is the inclusion of alternative and holistic techniques to compliment yoga practices. From unlocking creativity and personal transformation to learning EFT or Thai Chi, Samahita Wellbeing Retreats are open to all levels.
Samahita Health Retreats
Detox Retreat, Weight loss and De-Stress Retreats.
This is a focused time spent on working on yourself, whether through a detox retreat, fasting or weight loss retreat approach. Experienced Samahita Retreat teachers will guide all levels of students towards establishing a yoga practice, and you will also enjoy the additional therapies and treatments designed to compliment each individual retreat.
Guest Teacher Retreats
We are happy and privileged to be able to host visiting teachers who are experts in the field of yoga. Over the years we have developed relationships with them, sometimes teaching alongside them, other times studying under them. There is much to learn from these individuals, who despite being highly regarded teachers remain humble and always grounded.
Some of the Guest Teacher Retreats may also include credits towards the Guest Teachers own training programs. Please see individual retreat pages for details.
You may choose to add on any Wellness Spa or Health Program to your booking of a scheduled retreat program or Education Course, giving you the chance to fully enjoy massage, detox and more at our Samahita Wellness Center during your stay.
Upcoming Yoga Retreats
|Jun 15, 2013||Jun 29, 2013||Continuing Education: Anatomy - The Female Body and Yoga Practice||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Arielle Nash and Elonne Stockton|
|Jun 30, 2013||Jul 13, 2013||Continuing Education: Pranayama - Pranayama Detail and Practice (Part One)||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Paul Dallaghan|
|Jun 14, 2013||Jul 27, 2013||Continuing Education: Philosophy and Pranayama - Pranayama and The Gita (continued)||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Sri O. P. Tiwari and Paul Dallaghan|
|Jul 27, 2013||Aug 03, 2013||Align & Flow||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Arielle Nash|
|Aug 31, 2013||Sep 7, 2013||Philosophize and Harmonize||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Elonne Stockton|
|Sep 7, 2013||Sep 14, 2013||Stress Management with Yoga||Samahita Health Retreat||Rachel Grey and Andrea Mayer|
|Sep 14, 2013||Sep 21, 2013||Everyday Enlightenment: A practical approach to personal transformation||Samahita Wellbeing Retreat||Dorien Israel and Amy Sharpe|
|Sep 21, 2013||Sep 28, 2013||Thai Massage and Yoga||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Ricardo Neuman and Rachel Grey|
|Sep 28, 2013||Oct 5, 2013||Yoga Sutra Retreat & In-Depth Certificate Program||Guest Teacher Retreat||Karina Bonansea and Vincent Lu|
|Oct 5, 2013||Oct 12, 2013||Hatha Yoga Pradipika Retreat & In-Depth Certificate Program||Guest Teacher Retreat||Karina Bonansea and Vincent Lu|
|Oct 12, 2013||Oct 19, 2013||Yoga for This Moment||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Rachel Grey with Amy Sharpe|
|Nov 16, 2013||Nov 23, 2013||Yoga & Healthy Weight Retreat||Samahita Health Retreat||Arielle Nash with Andrea Mayer|
|Nov 23, 2013||Nov 30, 2013||Ashtanga Yoga & Zumba Fitness Retreat||Guest Teacher Retreat||Basia Lipska Larsen|
|Nov 30, 2013||Dec 7, 2013||Yoga and Practical Ayurveda for Everyday Life||Guest Teacher Retreat||Sudhir Tiwari|
|Dec 7, 2013||Dec 14, 2013||Breathe and Meditate||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Elonne Stockton with Amy Sharpe|
|Dec 14, 2013||Dec 21, 2013||Stress Management with Yoga||Samahita Health Retreat||Rachel Grey and Andrea Mayer|
|Dec 21, 2013||Dec 28, 2013||Christmas & New Year Samahita Yoga Retreat - Week One||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Paul Dallaghan and Special Musical Guest|
|Dec 28, 2013||Jan 4, 2014||Christmas & New Year Samahita Yoga Retreat - Week Two||Samahita Yoga Retreat||Paul Dallaghan and Special Musical Guest|