Imagine restorative yoga at the foot of the majestic Drakensburg mountains with nutritious meals and
take invigorating hikes up into the mountains.
All while staying at the most beautiful and comfortable hotel in the Drakensberg chosen for the sole purpose of replenishing your body, mind and spirit.
We will be waiting for you from
28 September - 2 October 2017.
Join Kerry- Lee Jesson (Experienced Hatha Yoga Teacher and Life Coach) in the majestic Drakensberg for 5 fabulous days, where you’ll come away relaxed, refreshed, and openhearted.
You’ll come away filled with the inspiration the mountains have sparked in your soul and ready to live the life of your dreams!
See yourself participating in daily yoga, meditation and inner explorations. And finally, feel yourself sinking into a space of such deep truth that you begin to express the profound healing energy of this transformational retreat.
Over 4 magical nights and five days you will experience a sense a lightness of heart you never had before. Play and connection is the focus of our retreat so you’re able to let go and totally immerse yourself in the beauty of the spectacular mountains have to offer and take this dedicated self-discovery time.
Cost: R6 850.00 per person twin occupancy
Breakfast, lunch and dinners are included with an amazing Ayurveda Workshop.
Travelling solo : only pay an extra
Excludes: Flights to South Africa and transfers to the resort.
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Ayurveda says there are 3 types of natural elements or doshas that make up your body’s constitution. These doshas are called Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water & earth).
The main idea here is that if your doshas are balanced, you’ll have good health. On the other hand, if you’ve got an imbalance, you’ll fall sick.
Each one us has all the 3 doshas but usually one of these is dominant in your body.
Treating what causes disease.Unlike Western medicine (which is a few hundred years old as compared to Ayurveda), true healing happens when you focus on removing the cause of an illness instead of treating its symptoms.
Ayurveda also believes prevention is better than cure.
Balancing through opposites.Once the cause of the disease is taken care of, Ayurveda believes in using fundamentally opposite energies to restore any leftover imbalance.
For instance, if excess heat is causing irritation on your skin, you can use a cooling Ayurvedic herb like neem to calm it down.
Stimulating and supporting the digestive fire
Agni (which means fire in Sanskrit) is the digestive fire or energy which supports digestion and metabolism inside our bodies. ..continue reading on our August blog post.