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On Yoga

What is restorative yoga?

Restorative yoga has been described as “adult nap time.” Though you most likely will not actually sleep, it is a time for deep, meditative relaxation. The goal is to align the mind and body by practicing intentional stillness and slow, gentle, purposeful movement. It takes mindfulness to the next level, and prepares the body for deep, high-quality sleep.

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How can a yoga retreat deepen my practice?

Ultimately, one of yoga’s primary goals is to connect authentically with yourself and the world around you. Yet it can be tough to do this when you are surrounded by the pressures of daily life. The goal is to align the mind and body by practicing intentional stillness and slow, gentle, purposeful movement. It takes mindfulness to the next level, and prepares the body for deep, high-quality sleep.

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What is a yoga retreat?

A yoga retreat is, at its heart, a purposeful deepening of collective yoga practice. You and your fellow attendees will follow a schedule of activities, classes, and healthy meals, under the guidance of more experienced practitioners.

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What is pranayama?

Pranayama is the art of controlling the breath, which is the key to the universal life energy that flows through everyone. Pranayama frees the breath, unlocking the constriction that occurs during times of stress.

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What is yoga?

Yoga is interpreted in many different ways, and all practitioners apply it as it fits into their own lives. It is both an ancient ascetic discipline and a modern means to physical, spiritual, and psychological peace.

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I've never done yoga before. Is that a problem?

Not at all for the Flexi-Date YogaCoreCycle Program. We welcome students of all levels. Since we teach gentle flow style classes,Guided Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, and Mysore style, it’s easy to work with individuals based on their level of experience. You can find our YogaCoreCycle detailed class descriptions.

Regarding Fixed Date Group Yoga Retreats, as we host a range of teachers with varying backgrounds, each one has their own specific entry level requirements. You can find this information in each retreat description. Please look up the retreat that interests you. If you require additional, specific information you can contact either our reservations team.

Gor Fixed Date Yoga Teacher Trainings and Advanced Teacher Trainings please visit the web page for specific requirements.

What is Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga?

Ashtanga Vinyasa is a beautiful yet thorough approach to asana practice. It is rooted in a solid tradition and carries with it the strength of thousands of years. Ashtanga is the basis of so many approaches today. It masterfully presents the postures and lets the students move through them, growing and undoing the blocks they encounter. It incorporates movement with breath, a unique science in its own right. Its real advantage is that it gives the student a practice and something to always progress and develop in.

Paul and the teachers on site are highly experienced in this practice. Paul, specifically, was one of a few in the world to be directly certified by Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois.

What is Mysore style?

Mysore style is the self-practice component of the Ashtanga Vinyasa method. This approach works with students individually, so that they progress according to their own level. A beginner starts with only a few poses, gradually adding more and more as their practice develops and their proficiency and commitment evolves. This ensures that the student is always challenged and growing while, at the same time, practicing at the level appropriate for them.

Do you incorporate any meditation and or breath work at your centre? Can I still join in even if I have a hard time sitting on the floor for long periods of time?

Yes, we our YogaCoreCycle Program features seated contemplation meditation as well as breath work and pranayama classes. Our teachers will guide you into a comfortable seated position using the help of props such as cushions and blocks, and in specific cases the student may sit on a chair.

If a student needs a break during these sessions they are welcome to lay down on their back for a few minutes to relieve tension, and then sit up again to join the group, slowly building up. You can find a detailed description of the morning meditation and breath work practices on our YogaCoreCycle Page.

What does it mean to be “certified” to teach by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois? Is it the same to be “authorized” by him?

To be “certified” by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga takes many years of committed practice, devotion, and study and to have risen to an advanced level in it. As of 2008, there are thirty-six individuals in the world to have received this qualification. Paul is one of them.

“Authorization” to teach typically requires at least four visits to Mysore to study with Sharath (and, in earlier days, with Sri Jois). The candidate must be competent in the practice of the primary series and must also be practicing at least the intermediate series.

What do these levels actually mean in terms of teaching and learning?

Really they only refer to where one has gone in practice and not one’s teaching ability. The teacher’s dedication, sincerity, willingness to study and reflect,spiritual direction and even level of practice will determine the teaching delivery, typically influenced by a variety of sources.

The teachers at Samahita reflect a high standard of integrity in their teaching based on an informed approach to Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga. The teachers will connect with and assist students to develop a self-practice that can be sustained  in everyday life.

How many students are in a class?

This depends on the program you sign up for. The main yoga shala accommodates up to seventy people at one time. It can be subdivided into three sections depending on what programs are on at the same time.

We  have outdoor beach shala’s, which are available for smaller groups.  The peaceful, seaview setting makes them quite  a popular yoga space with ourguests seeking some relaxation and connection to nature...

During our single peak-season retreats, such as over Christmas and New Year we use the entire indoor shala space for the one retreat.

How many teachers teach a class?

Retreats are generally led by 1 or 2 main teachers along with an assistant or two. The set up depends on the retreat teacher and the number of students that have signed up.

For theYogaCoreCycle Program we have at least one or two teachers for the morning Mysore class.There is one teacher for led (guided) Ashtanga Vinyasa class, and one teacher for the evening restorative classes.

Our teachers are able to guide students into the appropriate class for the student’s level. After a few led classes, students are encouraged to enter the mysore class, as they can then work on a more one to one capacity with the teachers and possibly be empowered with their own take-home practice.

Can I buy or borrow a mat onsite?

You can borrow a mat for the duration of your stay. Please sign it out at the reception. You can also buy a good quality mat from our eco-lifestyle shop. (add link to the eco-lifestyle boutique page)

On Stay

What is the difference between being a “Fixed Date Group Yoga Retreat” guest and being a “Flexi-Date YogaCoreCycle” guest?

Being on a Group Yoga Retreat would mean spending 7, sometimes 14 days, with a dedicated teacher, either one of our own, or a Guest teacher. Yoga, food, and accommodation are all included in the program. Some retreats have 10 guests and others have larger groups of 60 people, all joining together to learn and grow.

Our YogaCoreCycle Program is suitable for all levels and it includes integrated fitness meditation and pranayama classes, including self- practice and guided options. As a YogaCoreCycle guest you still have the all-inclusive component along with flexible dates, This Program has a three day minimum stay, no maximum and features yoga, food and accommodation.

Can my friend/spouse stay and not do the yoga program?

Yes, though it will depend on booking levels for your chosen dates.

Friend / Family Room & Board Rates

These are available to any registered Samahita Retreat guest's partner, family member or friend, who is not interested in participating in any of the Programs/Retreats/Trainings but will stay in a room and board capacity. Shared accommodation, food, and the facilities are open to the Room & Board guest(s).

Peak Seasons

During our Peak periods, the friends and family rate applies to single and deluxe rooms only. For more information please email our reservations team.

  • YogaCoreCycle, Detox and Wellness Programs are not available during this time.
  • If you would like to experience wellness or detox please choose an additional Add On Program.
  • We only accept bookings for the full retreat. Prorate is not available during peak periods.

I cannot join a full weeklong retreat. Can I still come?

We prefer to give priority booking to those who can stay a whole week; however, if you can come for only part of the time, the retreat rate will be prorated. The minimum stay for a retreat, in any event, is five days.

You can always join our YogaCoreCycle program instead -the minimum number of days for this program is 3 days

Non-Residential Guests

Samahita Retreat is a residential retreat center. All our Flexi-Date Programs,Group Yoga Retreats and Teacher Trainings are inclusive of accommodation, food and yoga. In special cases or when our center is fully booked, we have a Non-Residential Rate.

Please contact our reservations team for more details.

Can I bring my children? What are the fees for kids?

We are family friendly, and children are welcome. We only ask that you help us maintain the serenity of our center, particularly at practice times, early in the morning and in the evenings. The retreat is generally quiet after dinner 8.30- 9pmish and conducive to rest. Children age 12 and under can stay free with one paid adult. If you are bringing a child, you must pay for a single room. Children from 13 to 17 pay half, and those 18 and above must pay full adult rate. Please email reservations for rates.

Can you help me find a babysitter?

Yes, we can arrange a babysitter for you. Usually one of our staff members can babysit in their free time, though we cannot guarantee that they will speak English. We have our dedicated kid’s center to accommodate kid’s needs. Please read our Guidelines for bringing children to Samahita Retreat.

Can I smoke or have alcoholic beverages in my room?

No. We are a place of health and well-being. We are a smoke- and alcohol-free place.

Do you offer any discounts or work exchange programs?

No, we are not set up for this. Our approach is to work with individual students over a long period of time and treat all cases on an individual basis.

Do you have internet service? Can I bring my laptop?

Yes, we have WiFi throughout the property. We also have a few computers for you to use if you don’t want to bring your laptop.

Will I have the time to visit any other parts of the island during my stay?

Yes, you will typically have a few hours in the middle of the day to visit.

The retreat schedules vary depending on the teacher, and are detailed in each retreat description. Many retreats take Wednesday afternoon off when we offer a complementary boat ride to a couple of beautiful islands where you can go snorkeling.

A couple of nights a week we also offer complementary shuttle bus rides for guest who wish to go shopping at some of the islands famous walking street markets.

Our reception staff would gladly help you organize sight-seeing trips of your own. You can hire taxis from the retreat centre and also a number of tourist destinations on the island offer pick up and drop off services.

On Food

Do you serve meat or dairy products?

We serve mainly vegetarian food with fish dishes 3 or 4 days a week. Eggs are available to order and are included in the brunch offering every day. Please order them at the juice bar on the days you would like to have some.

For those that do not take fish or eggs, there is always an alternative protein option available.

Milk is available as well as home-made rice and soya milk. For more information about our Sattva Dining restaurant look here.

What if I'm allergic to certain foods?

If you are allergic to certain foods, please email our reservations team with details. You can also inform the kitchen/wellness staff upon arrival. The kitchen staff can make special meals for you. We can accommodate vegan and raw-food diets.

Every single menu served at our buffet is detailed on the black board just outside the dining hall. On it you will find clearly noted symbols stating if the dish is vegan, contains wheat or eggs etc.

Do you serve coffee or tea?

We have self-service herbal tea (ginger, lime and mint ) in our Sattva Dining restaurant from 7am to 1pm, and then again at dinner time from 6-8pm.. Coffee is also available in our restaurant from 7am-1pm. If you prefer, you can order espressos, cappuccinos and so onat the juice bar, which will be added to your room bill.

On Payment

Can I pay by credit card at Samahita Retreat?

Yes, we accept Visa and Mastercard.

Can I pay when I get there?

No, we need a 50% deposit when you book. This helps us limit no-shows and ensures spaces for others.

What VAT or service charges should I expect to pay while I am in Thailand?

There is a VAT charge of 7% (tax) on items you buy from a shop, as well as on taxis and massages. At Samahita Retreat the VAT and service on your accommodation is included in your booking rate. We have a staff tip box at reception for you to leave a gratuity if you like. This gesture is usually made when checking out, 250 baht a week is usually appropriate.

Thank you.

Why combine yoga and fitness?

Yoga with meditation can take care of the whole body with a focus on spiritual development. The physical elements can be enhanced through greater and more complete fitness training, that involves cardio activity and more core and muscular strength work.

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How can YogaCoreCycle benefit Yoga Practitioners?

For those who are committed yoga practitioners, fitness is a compliment to their practice. For those who are not "yogis", Yoga Core Cycle is a well -rounded, all inclusive program where the guest has the opportunity to choose classes, depending on interest and energy level.

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What kinds of exercises does functional fitness include?

Functional fitness builds core strength, improves cardiovascular health, and trains your body’s muscles to work together safely and efficiently. Therefore, the exercises that are included focus on meeting these goals.

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What is the difference between Spinning and Indoor Cycling?

Spinning is a trademarked name, and is what you might think of as the traditional bike class you’d take at the gym (more common a few years ago). It is based on outdoor cycling on a stationary bike and focused on heart rates as well as set interval patterns. Music is used to motivate and cause the cyclist to push that bit harder, also influencing the tempo at which they will cycle. Each day will have a different focus whether its strength, endurance, hills etc. At Samahita Retreat we run two different types of cycle which would fall under the “indoor cycling’ category

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Can I use the YCC Bikes outside of class times?

With an average of two cycle classes per day most days, programmed in with our core and yoga classes the YCC program has been designed to optimize your health and allow for ample recovery.

The bikes here are part of a supervised group class offering and not individual gym equipment. When class is not in session we keep the cycle room closed and off limits to preserve health and safety.

Thank you for your understanding, should you wish to use the facilities outside of class hours please ask at the Wellness desk for a private session with one of our fitness instructors.

What do I need to wear for fitness classes?

Please wear comfortable, light weight clothing which allows you to move freely. Please bring trainers/running shoes/sneakers/vibram 5-toes/tennis shoes and socks.

What do I need to bring to fitness classes?

We recommend you bring a water bottle and a small towel. (Both available from our shop if you prefer to purchase on site).

Are fitness classes suitable for beginners?

Yes, our classes are designed to suit all levels. The teachers are trained to offer modifications and different levels dependent on student capacity and energy levels.

Are fitness classes suitable if I have an injury?

If you have a specific injury, please email our fitness team in advance of your visit to confirm suitability of the YogaCoreCycle for you. Our team can help to modify and offer suggestions but we are not a medical facility.  Please consult with your doctor before booking your program.

Are fitness classes suitable if I am pregnant?

Our team are trained to offer modifications and guidance for pre- and post-natal women. It will be important that you take care of your own energy levels and stay hydrated.  Please consult with your doctor first if you are unsure.

Are fitness classes suitable if I am unfit and out of shape?

Yes, yes YES! It is natural to be concerned, shy, or anxious about joining classes, especially if fitness is new to you. Our team are standing by to help you increase your functional fitness, whatever “condition" you are in when you arrive.

Do I have to join the Yoga classes? I only want to take the fitness classes.

Our weekly schedule has been designed so classes stand alone, but are also combined for your optimal health and well-being. You get to choose which classes you take and our team will be standing by to help you..(The Yoga Core Cycle Program includes food, accommodation, meditation, fitness, yoga and breath work - it's not possible to only pay for only one of these options).

Do I have to join the Fitness classes? I only want to take the Yoga classes.

This is your choice! Our Yoga Core Cycle Program allows you to choose which classes suit your interest and energy level. If you want to focus exclusively on your own yoga practice, you can. We invite you to see how our different classes can help to create balance for body, spirit and mind and support your yoga and meditation practices.

I am joining a Yoga Teacher Training/Advanced Teacher Training. Will I also be able to join in any fitness classes?

During your training, there will be an option to join a limited number of specific classes from the overallYogaCoreCycle offering which are timed to fit in with the training schedule of your program. At the meet and greet of your program the schedule shall be reviewed.

I am joining a fixed date Group Yoga Retreat. Will I also be able to join in any fitness classes?

During your fixed date Group Yoga Retreat, there will be an option to join a limited number of specific classes from the overallYogaCoreCycle offering which are timed to in with your schedule.  If you would like to do more fitness, we would recommend you join instead the Flexi-Date YogaCoreCycle program or a dedicated Fixed-Date Group Fitness Retreat when offered on the annual schedule.

I am joining a Private Yoga Retreat. Will I also be able to join in any fitness classes?

During your Private Yoga Retreat, there will be an option to join a limited number of specific classes from the overallYogaCoreCycle offering which are timed to fit in with your teacher’s schedule.

I still have questions. Who should I ask?

For questions on payment, accommodation or travel, please email our reservations team. For questions on Fitness and Yoga please email our Fitness team.

Wellness FAQ

Why detox?

Today’s world is filled with toxins that can stress our bodies, from environmental pollution to pesticides, many of which are stored long-term in our body’s cells. A detox is a gentle, healthy way to rid ourselves of these toxins, promoting liver functioning and overall good health.

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What should I know before my detox?

A detox can be a terrific way to cleanse the toxins from your body, but not all detoxes are the same. Any good detox program should be carefully crafted to support your liver, which is responsible for the majority of toxin removal throughout your day to day life.

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What is the benefit of booking a Wellness Spa Program?

You will receive a bigger discount for all wellness therapies and treatments for joining a Wellness Spa Program. We have tailored our 3/5/7 day programs so you don’t have to decide on what treatments you need when you arrive. The treatments can be pre-booked through reservations and you will receive priority booking. The treatment times can be adjusted if needed when you arrive at Samahita Retreat, subject to availability.

If I don't use all the treatments in the Wellness Program, do I get a refund?

No. These treatments have been discounted for advanced purchase. Refunds cannot be given.

Can I change treatments on a Wellness Program?

Yes. You can add on other treatments in addition to your chosen program. These will be offered at 30% discount. One particular treatment may have a desired result and additional treatments can be of benefit within a health focused and well being setting.

Can I add on extra treatments to my Wellness Program?

Yes. You can add on other treatments in addition to your chosen program. These will be offered at 30% discount. One particular treatment may have a desired result and additional treatments can be of benefit within a health focused and well being setting.

If I am already booked to come to Samahita Retreat on a yoga retreat, can I add on a Wellness Program during the same time period?

Yes. You can add on a Wellness Program to your current yoga retreat or continuing education training reservation. Please email reservations for pricing.

You might even decide once you are here that you would like to add on a Wellness Program. You are welcome to do this subject to space.

Additional questions

Where can I shop if I forget to pack something?

We are a fully inclusive retreat. All yoga classes, meals and drinking water are included in your Group Retreat or YogaCoreCycle rate. In addition, you can order food, juices, and smoothies off our delicious a la carte menu without having to leave the centre,

We have a boutique on site where you may choose to buy yoga wear, yoga books, note books, yoga mats, hats, sun screen, body lotions, shampoos, toothpaste and so on. (add link to the shop).

There are also a few corner shops not far away. You can ask at the reception for directions.

Detox FAQ

Detox Programs

What can I expect from a detox?

Each detox is highly personalized to the individual’s needs at a particular moment in time, so your detox might look very different from a friend’s, or even from one that you underwent last year. In general, though, the goal is to clear out the digestive system by limiting food consumption, while using a variety of herbs to help the body detoxify at the cellular level.

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How Can A Wellness Spa Program Support My Detox?

A wellness spa program is carefully designed to rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul. Massage, sauna time, nutritionally balanced detox-friendly foods, and group classes on healthy living are just a few of the opportunities that a wellness spa program provides. In this setting, your detox feels like a normal part of a healthy environment, rather than trying to maintain it while coping with the stresses and temptations of daily life.

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How do I transition off my detox?

A successful detox will give you a boost of energy and a renewed sense of wellness, but transitioning off of it too rapidly could undo the positive effects. For a lasting sense of well-being, make a gradual transition into a healthy but less restricted diet.

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How can a detox improve fitness?

A detox is carefully designed to improve both the mind and body. It rids your system of accumulated toxins that can make you feel sluggish, tired, and generally unwell. When combined with a sensible exercise routine, a detox boosts vitality, increases vigor, improves alertness, and can even help to combat the symptoms of chronic illness.

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Why are Diet and Food Choices an Important Part of Yoga Teacher Training?

Eating well is an essential but often misunderstood part of the yogic lifestyle. The goal is not to limit your ability to a varied diet, but rather to explore the individualized effects that different foods have on your body, mind, and soul. The goal is to be well-nourished, with a healthy energy level and an overall feeling of vitality. During your training, you will learn about the complicated relationship that most people have with food, and how to make the choices that best support your overall health and wellness. We provide a variety of delicious but nutritionally sound food during the training course.

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How much yoga experience do I need to start yoga teacher training?

We generally recommend that students have at least two years of yoga experience before enrolling in a teacher training program. However, this is merely a guideline. Your commitment to your practice, coupled with a strong and sincere desire to learn, is far more important.

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Do I Have to be a Yoga Teacher to Take the Advanced Training?

Centered Yoga’s 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training course fully meets all of the Yoga Alliance’s requirements for yoga teachers wishing to pursue their RYT 500 designation. However, the course is open to any advanced yoga practitioner who wants to deepen his or her practice. You do not need to be a teacher now, or to have any desire to teach in the future, in order to take the course.

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Do I need to become a certified yoga instructor?

Whether or not you need to become a certified yoga instructor depends on what you plan to do. Many people practice yoga on their own, or with a few friends, and never feel the urge to become yoga teachers. However, if you plan to teach at a Yoga Alliance-certified studio, you will need to complete a 200-hour training course and earn your RYT 200-hour level certification. If you want to teach at higher levels, such as training other yoga teachers, you will need to complete advanced training and earn your RYT 500-hour level certification.

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Is the Faster's Detox suitable for someone who has never fasted before?

Depending on your body type, you may be able to complete a Faster's Detox program. Our personal detox programs are tailored to suit your body's requirements as assessed by our pre-arrival questionnaire. Your program may be solely Yogi's, Nature's or Faster's Detox or a combination of two or all three.

Will I feel hungry while on a detox program?

Our programs are designed so that you receive regular refreshments throughout the day, keeping fluid levels high and helping to keep hunger at bay. It is normal however to experience feelings of hunger, especially for the first two days of a detox program when your system will be adjusting to a drop in calories. One of our detox drinks that you receive twice daily contains plenty of bulk fiber which helps to satisfy hunger cravings. Drinking enough water during the day and in between the refreshments will also help to avoid hunger.

Will my energy levels be affected while on a detox program?

It is normal for energy levels to fluctuate during a detox program, often dropping to lower than normal for the first few days, this is due to the restricted intake, a toxin-free diet and the initial symptoms of detoxification If you are accustomed to consuming large amounts of caffeine, you may experience withdrawal symptoms like headaches, mental lethargy and sluggishness.

What symptoms may I expect while on the detox program?

A number of detox reactions are common, including headaches, especially if withdrawing form caffeine, constipation, diarrhea, body odor, bad breath, skin breakouts, lightheadedness, fatigue, muscular aches and mucous discharges. All of these are regular detox symptoms and are not a cause for concern. We offer simple remedies where appropriate.

Do I need to do the liver and gallbladder flush?

As part of your program we offer you an optional liver and gallbladder flush toward the end of your detox. The liver flush helps prevent gall stones, lowers cholesterol levels in the blood, reduces liver related headaches and migraines (ie. those with nausea), helps food allergies, eases constipation and improves vitality levels.

Can I come on a detox program to lose weight?

Weight loss is a natural part of a detox program. Old waste that has been stored inside the colon is released over the course of the program along with many toxins; we can store a number of kilos of old fecal matter in our systems so when it is released we can feel a lot lighter as a result. The restricted diet means a reduction in calories from our usual daily intake, so over a period of a few days some weight loss is normal as the body adjusts itself to closer to its natural weight.

Can I continue my Ashtanga Yoga practice while on a detox program?

You may continue with your regular Ashtanga practice while on a detox program. However, it is likely that you will need to modify the intensity of your practice to suit your energy levels. Our experienced teachers can help you to adapt your practice on a daily basis. We recommend you practice pranayama (yogic breathwork) daily throughout the detox program. Our yoga teachers will show you the pranayama practices most suitable for you.

I don't know which detox to choose, can I do a combination of any of the detox programs you offer?

Once you have decided that you would like to participate in a detox program and have confirmed your reservation, you will complete and return a pre-arrival questionnaire. This health and lifestyle assessment enables our Wellness Director to create a personal detox program for you. Your program may be solely Yogi's, Nature's or Faster's Detox or a combination of two or all three.

Will I feel better after completing a detox program?

You can gain many benefits from completing a detox program including; an enhanced sense of wellbeing, increased energy and stamina, improved digestion and circulation, weight loss, improved skin condition, better moods, a boost to the immune system and improved quality of sleep. For more info see our Benefits of Detox page

How do I transition from the detox program to normal eating?

Having spent time on a restricted, detoxifying dietary program, it is important that you transition to a normal diet in a safe way. It is important to introduce regular foods into your diet gradually to prevent side effects of incorrect transitioning such as abdominal bloating and cramps, gas and yeast infections. As part of your detox program you receive a detailed information pack with guidelines on how to transition from your detox to normal eating. For online advice please see our Post Detox Guidelines page.

Can I leave the retreat center during my detox program?

In between your mealtimes, drinks, supplements and therapies you are free to do as you wish, however, it is important to bear in mind that your body needs a lot of rest while on a detox program so we advise that your free time is quiet time for contemplation and relaxation. We are situated in a tranquil and beautiful part of the island which is perfect for your restoration and rejuvenation.

Can I share a room with my friend who wants to do a different detox/ yoga program?

Yes. The accommodation options are the same for all of our programs.

Should I book a single or share room if coming alone?

We recommend that you book a single accommodation to ensure the privacy you need during your detox program. You may wish to have access to a private bathroom in case you do enemas or for frequent toilet visits.

If I am already booked to come to Samahita Retreat on a yoga retreat, can I add on a Detox Program during the same time?

Yes. You can add on a Detox Program to your current yoga retreat or continuing education training reservation. Please email reservations for pricing.

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