RETREATS IN ASIA
Surya World organises retreats in Asia that are essentially periods of sharing and communion between groups of passionate practitioners. These journeys do not fall into the category of mass tourism but instead show respect for the local population and their culture by trying as much as possible to live as they do, sharing their customs and in so doing, express our desire for a kind of fellowship. It is this, more than the luxury hotels with multiple tourist destinations and souvenir photographic clichés that make the experience such a success.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Meditation and spiritual teachings including a variety of activities such as Yoga, Chigong/Taichi, SMAC (Surya Martial Arts Concept), nutrition, astrology and ecology for the opportunity to improve your personal practice or to deepen your existing practice in order to be more in tune with yourself, your environment and your loved ones
- Regional culture and history in the form of daily discourses and presentations for a rational understanding of the context from which various practices emerged, including excursions to special places of interest locally
- Selfless service through charitable actions we find on ground so that our trips are not summarised by the words “taking” or “having” but also by learning to give a little of ourselves, together, in exchange for what we take home from the experience.
Well-being retreat with Ayurvedic cure
Ayurveda is based on the harmony between body and mind.
During the two weeks, after your consultation with an authentic, local Ayurvedic doctor, you will enjoy a daily Ayurvedic massage specifically performed according to your constitution and current needs. Additionally, each day, you will be offered two Yoga practices, led by one of our certified teachers.
Yoga teacher training
This course is suitable for anyone who wishes to teach Yoga or simply to deepen their knowledge and practice of Yoga by moving from knowing to doing to training.
In addition to practice, emphasis will be placed on knowledge and comprehension of tradition in order to adapt it to modernity as well as to create a bridge between the ancient traditions and modern science.