Our Spring retreat will focus on emerging from the winter with a renewed sense of purpose and cleansing body, mind and spirit. The weekend will also include a Reflexology workshop.
Cost: R1600 sharing, or R1950 for a single room
Contact: Marlien 076 508 7188 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Somerset Gift Guest Farm, Swellendam, Western Cape
You will find us on a mountain in the beautiful Natal Midlands. An eco-friendly retreat built with thatch and straw bales, water gravity-fed from a pure underground stream and energy from the sun.
Satori is a place of serenity and tranquility where you can re-connect with yourself, replenish your spirit and re-treat your body, soul and mind.
Breathe in the fresh air, soak up the sun, feel the breeze on your skin and then (only if you feel the need) share in our various healing and creative retreats.
Visit www.satorifarm.co.za for more about us, our workshops and way of life.
Little Samadhi is a small, beautifully situated retreat and B&B located on a hilltop overlooking the village of Barrydale in the Little Karoo. Offering luxurious, comfortable accommodation in a beautiful, peaceful setting. Warm, personalized attention in a caring ambiance firmly rooted in yogic principals. For more info contact http://littlesamadhi.co.za/
Healing Holidays is situated in a nurturing, peaceful valley outisde the pictureque village of Montague, Western Cape. They offer Tipi accommodation, a studio cottage and many therapies and healing modalities. For more info, visit http://www.healingholidays.co.za
The Blue Butterfly Retreat Centre. Nestled at the foot of the Winterhoek Mountains in the Tulbagh Valley, only an hour and a half from Cape Town, this is a beautiful and tranquil setting for retreats, workshops or get-aways. For more info visit http://www.thebluebutterfly.co.za
The Blue Hippo Tipi Village – situated on a beautiful farm of 750 hectares, and surrounded by majestic mountains – offers unique Native American style Tipi accommodation for groups, families and individuals.It is an amazing space for permaculture, nature retreats, spiritual workshops, sound journeys, children’s camps, dance and movement events and sacred ceremonies. For more info contact http://bluehippo.co.za/
Hearth and Soul is a sanctuary, a retreat, a place of quiet respite on a longer journey for all who seek peace and quiet away from the stresses of modern life. Amid trees and mountains our home provides space for meditation and reflection, healing and transformation, rest and rejuvenation. For more info contact http://hearthsoul.wordpress.com/
Bodhi Khaya is a peaceful Meditation Retreat set on 217 hectares of the spectacular Overberg region of the Western Cape. The area is famed for its fynbos – indigenous flora found nowhere else in the world. A great variety of birds inhabit this area – some such as the Cape Sugarbird and Orange Breasted Sunbird are only found in this environment. For more info contact http://www.bodhi-khaya.co.za
A place in Cape Town where you experience the perfect balance of inner and outer beauty. A space where you can simply be, where intuition and wisdom flow. Become part of a community where you can engage in meaningful activities, celebrating life through the practice of yoga. For more info contact http://gururamdas.co.za/
Ananda Kutir Ashrama follows the spiritual lineage of Swami Sivanada and his teachings of Integral Yoga. Based in Cape Town, they offer yoga and meditation classes, workshops, retreats and run outreach programs. Please contact them for more info http://www.anandakutir.org.za/
The Art Of Living is a spiritual organisation formed by the Indian Guru, Sri Sri Ravishankar (not to be confused by the musician). The Art Of Living teaches a meditation technique called the Sudarshan Kriya and offers a yoga teacher training. They hold regular retreats and events. For more info contact http://www.artofliving.org/za-en
Vipassana is a 10 day silent meditation retreat based on the teachings of the Buddha. If you are interested in learning meditation this is one retreat that I would recommend doing at least once on your life. For more info contact http://www.pataka.dhamma.org/