YOGA RETREATS & BOOKINGS   

Our retreats offer traditional Ashtanga guided self-practice in the mornings, as well as beginners’ instructed classes and weekly Sanskrit-counted led classes. 
Bespoke afternoon workshops (depending on the group) can include:  concepts of the Ashtanga method;  technique and safe alignment;  playtime;  yoga philosophy;  history;  chanting;  pranayama;  meditation;  Q&A/conference and Exploring the Art of Adjusting Ashtanga Asana (Primary, Intermediate, Advanced Series).
Ashtanga classes and workshops are led by KPJAYI Certified and Advanced B Series practitioner, Philippa Asher. We take a maximum of eight guests on each retreat, so that Philippa can give as much individual teaching and support as possible.
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ashtanga @ashtanga nirvrtaRETREAT DATES FOR 2017 – 2018
JAN 7 – JAN 20
JAN 28 – FEB 10
FEB 18 – MARCH 3
MARCH 11 – MARCH 24
APRIL 1 – APRIL 14
APRIL 22 – MAY 5
2018:
JAN 6 – JAN 19
JAN 27 – FEB 9
FEB 17 – MARCH 2
MARCH 10 – MARCH 23
MARCH 31 – APRIL 13
APRIL 21 – MAY 4
For BOOKINGS,  please email us at info@nirvrta.com stating which dates/retreat you would like to join and complete our GUEST REGISTRATION FORM
COST, REGISTRATION & PAYMENT
Retreats are two weeks long and guests may arrive on Saturday afternoon and depart on the final Friday at noon (after class and brunch).
We book up quickly, so room spaces are subject to availability.  Costs below are in Indian rupees:
Triple  occupancy is:  80,000  per person, per retreat
Twin    occupancy is:  100,000 per person, per retreat
Single occupancy is:  110,000  (if available), per retreat
Indians residing in India, please contact us for rates
Included is accommodation, food and yoga, at NIRVṚTA ESTATE.
A non-refundable deposit is required, in order to reserve a place.
For details of how to pay please email: info@nirvrta.com
Please note:  for all retreats, a basic level of fitness and health, a willingness to learn the traditional Ashtanga method (as taught at KPJAYI), plus a commitment to practising regularly and honouring the tradition, are requisite.