• Luxury
  • Yoga & Meditation

Step into a place where you will discover a seamless blend of the modern and the timeless, luxury and simplicity, indulgence and enlightenment. Just an hour drive from the Bangalore International Airport, Shreyas is a sprawling oasis of greenery. Experience living in the middle of nature and benefit from its healing power.

Step back and calm the mind in this 8-day Shreyas Silent Yoga Retreat. It is designed to help you to do some introspection and possibly realign your goals in life. Periods of silence guide us on the path of self-discovery and self analysis, revealing avenues of change that we have not been able to identify or even realize in the bustle and noise of everyday life. Silent retreats can also help with a number of illness including insomnia, high blood pressure and stress.

Before beginning the days of silent retreat, you will get a detailed Wellness Consultation regarding your health, food preferences, specific daily routines and requirements and preferred meal timings. The retreat will be customized to meet your comfort levels and a structured agenda will be provided. The retreat will also include a luxurious 7-night stay in a garden or poolside cottage, rejuvenating massages, personalised pranayama, trataka and yoga nidra sessions, daily walking meditation, nature based exercises, healthy gourmet meals and daily, group yoga classes. You will also enjoy optional chanting and sound healing sessions and full access to the swimming pool, jacuzzi and steam room.

Standard inclusions are your accommodations, wellness consultation on arrival, gourmet vegetarian meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), twice daily group yoga sessions, daily once group chanting or sound meditation session, and use of all recreational facilities.

The retreat package includes 2 personalized Pranayama sessions, 1 personalized Trataka (Candle Meditation) session, 1 personalized yoga nidra session, 4 rejuvenating massaged per person, daily walking meditation, nature based exercises, and roundtrip airport transfers.


What is included

  • Accommodation
  • Air-Con Room
  • Fitness Centre
  • All Meals
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • WiFi Internet
  • Yoga Props
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Facilities Access
  • Massage
  • Meditation
  • Vegetarian
  • Yoga
Venue   Shreyas Retreat

Shreyas, a sprawling 25-acre retreat on the outskirts of Bangalore, India offers guests a private and tranquil haven to pamper, nourish and recharge themselves. Shreyas looks to combine fine living with a spiritual touch, where guests can immerse themselves within the wisdom of the timeless spiritual tradition of Yoga and Vedanta. Situated in stunning gardens and with an organic herb and vegetable garden where everyone is welcome to come and help out. Recognised as One of the Finest Yoga Retreats in the World, Shreyas is elegantly designed luxurious retreat on a par with some of the more exclusive small retreats in the world. Shreyas prides itself on its service, which is an attempt to apply the eternal Vedic instruction – Athiti Devo Bhava – or ‘treat thy guest as an embodiment of the Divine’. Shreyas is a member of Relais & Chateaux, a collection of the finest hotels worldwide.

You can get to Shreyas Retreat by air. Regular flights to Bangalore are available from Europe, South-east Asia, Australia and other countries, as well as, all major Indian cities. Bengaluru International Airport is 45 minutes away from Shreyas and is a beautiful drive through the countryside. The new route completely bypasses Bangalore city and the busy traffic junctions. Shreyas is 35kms northwest of Bangalore city. If you’re travelling by road, places such as Mysore, Belur, Halebid, Hampi, Bangalore would roughly be a 35km from the city centre. If you travel by train to Bangalore, this will be followed by a 1-hour drive going to Shreyas. The Shreyas retreat centre is also happy to arrange station, airport and city transfers.

Accommodations

Food

Shreyas serves gourmet vegetarian cuisine that comprises Indian, Continental, Mexican and Oriental dishes. There is one dining room where guests are encouraged to dine together. On warm nights dinner is often served al fresco in the garden, and guests have a choice to join a larger group or dine on their own. Lunch and dinner tends to be table d’hote, although occasionally they organise buffets. As much as possible ingredients are grown or produced on the premises. The menus are carefully planned to fit in with the overall wellness programmes. All meals are included in the nightly room rate. Special dietary requests such as wheat-free, dairy free, low-calorie, vegan etc are accommodated on request.

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WHY YOU WILL LOVE THIS RETREAT

Embarking on a silent retreat can be a little scary- but Shreyas Retreat takes all of the trepidation out of your mind, offering you the perfect week away based in quiet stillness, wile retaining the comforts of delicious food, a lovely room and mindful activities to fill in your day. Amazing and enlightening things appear during a period of silence- be prepared to find insights and guidance that you have been searching for. This is a truly exciting and rewarding experience. Feel supported and nurtured on your quest within.

Kelly Fielding

Yovada Yogini

  Bangalore, India

Bangalore or Begalaru is India’s third largest cities. Once dubbed as the “Garden CIty of India”, Bangalore has evolved into a flourishing, cosmopolitan city. Because of its growing working population, Bangalore remains to be a busy city. On the outskirts of Bangalore, Nelamangala town offers visitors a different kind of feel. A town that lies just near to north of Bangalore, Nelamangala features several attractions tourists can surely enjoy.

Nelamangala is famous for several cultural attractions such as their historic, ancient temples one of which is dedicated to Lord Shri laxmi Venkataramana swamy and Garuda. It is worshiped as the main deity as well as the procession deity. Nelamangala is also the place where you can find the oldest Temples of Lord Shiva, the Mahalingeshwara Temple and the Mukthanatheshwara Temple. All these temples are in the style of cholas. Nelamangala also has the busiest street called adepete. Here you will discover that it is the only marketplace for all food products.

You can get into Bangalore through the KempeGowda International Airport located in Devanahalli. International flights are available via Air India, IndiGo, AirAsia and many more. The airport hosts to 10 domestic airlines and 21 international airlines connecting the city to about 50 destinations across India and the rest of the world. Bangalore also has two major railway terminals. The Bangalore City railway station is situated in the heart of the city. Most trains, both local and long-distance, arrive and depart from here. The other terminal is Yeshwantpur Junction located on Tumkur Road. Travelling from Mumbai to Bangalore by train takes a long time that’s why air travel is recommended. You can also go by bus. Both government and private buses run services to major cities like Mumbai, Goa, Chennai, Mangalore, Coimbatore, Madurai, Tirupati and Hyderabad. Buses can be a normal luxury bus, a Volvo A/C bus or a sleeper bus for night travel.

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