What is Ayurveda ?

Ayurveda, the thousand-year old science of life, is a source of wisdom that teaches us how to grow a balanced and harmonious life. This old Indian discipline considers individuals as unique with their own constitution (Prakriti) based on Doshas (Vata, Pitta, et Kapha). Ayurveda aims at balancing vital forces to reach an optimal well-being state.

The doshas

During your trips to well-being with our Yoga retreats, discover the Doshas at the heart of Ayurveda. The Doshas are like special energetic forces that affects your inner nature and the way you feel.

Three Energy Types

  1. Vata : a light and mobile wind-like energy. It makes you creative and agile.
  2. Pitta : a hot and intense, fire-like energy. It gives you determination and passion.
  3. Kapha : a stable and soft energy, similar to wet-earth. It gives you stability and peace.

Ayurveda benefit’s with your Yoga stays :

  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Improves digestion and nutrition
  • Enhances vitality and energy
  • Promotes restorative sleep
  • Strengthen natural immunity
  • Balances emotions and mood

Book an enriching experience with Ayurveda now

Book you retreat right away and add a unique dimension to your trip toward inner peace and well-being. Our team is there to help you customize your stay with Ayurveda sessions corresponding to your specific needs.

Reconnect to your inner self, find harmony and revitalize your life thanks to Ayurveda. We are impatient to welcome you for an unforgettable experience.


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