We put our passion, love and energy together to build a network of boutique hotels to host us and to host you for a Yoga Retreat.

1. Khatiwada Raaj Mahal – India

A hundred plus yrs old noble colonial mansion is surrounded by privately owned 150 acres of land comprising of various fruit trees and organically cultivated paddy fields.

The owner, Sangita Devi Kathiwada has painstakingly restored the Palace as well as the large collection of Art Deco period furniture. She also got different Indian Textiles hand woven for every single piece of furniture. The Palace is nothing less than a historical souvenir for Kathiwada Family.

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2. Slow Private Pool Villas And Spa – Gili Air – Indonesia

Slow Private Pool Villas and Spa is composed by 10 contemporary luxury villas, designed under the Balinese conception, built in the middle of a beautiful island. ‘Slow’ is a concept, which is based on the slow spirit (slow cooking, slow moving, slow stretching), a unique way to get back sense of the essential value of life.

Designed by the architect Christian Lechien, the spa at Slow Villas adds a wellness appetite to the villa complex, which is essentially designed for you to recharge and fully relax: three massage rooms, a bath for relaxation and a pilates/yoga studio, where the magic happens.

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3. The Mudhouse – Sri Lanka

The Mudhouse is a rustic jungle lodge in rural Anamaduwa, Sri Lanka. Set amidst fifty acres of forest, the lodge is comprised of a number of uniquely designed huts and dwellings, all constructed from natural materials. Spacious yet minimal, great care and attention to detail has been taken in all elements of this private and seductive retreat.

The purpose-built yoga pavilion is located on an island in our private lake, and provides the ideal space for focussing the mind and body in harmony with the natural elements around. Catching both the sunrise and the sunset, this sublimely peaceful space is is ideal for morning and afternoon practice. With an earth floor and a roof made in wood and banana leaves, the shala is naturally ventilated, and the surrounding private lake is a great place to swim and refresh after the practice.

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