This weekend Yoga retreat is designed for health care professionals to recharge themselves with Yoga and meditation practice, healthy vegetarian food, and the positive and healing environment of the Ashram. Workshops focus on practical Yoga techniques for improved Self-care, how to adapt and make positive lifestyle changes, and how to cultivate a calm and balanced mind in the midst of life’s daily challenges.
6am Satsang: Guided silent meditation practice, chanting and lecture
8am Yoga Class
11am Karma Yoga
4pm Yoga Class
8pm Satsang: meditation, chanting and lecture
There are no prerequisites other than a sincere desire to learn and serve.
Arrival and Departure
Arrival: The course will begin with and orientation at 7pm on Friday.
Departure: The course will conclude at 3pm on Sunday.
We encourage you to join us for 4PM , making the most out of the afternoon by joining us for the Asana class and dinner. You are always welcome and encouraged to extend your stay to any length before or after the course. Please indicate your desired arrival and departure dates on your registration form.
What to Bring
Durable shoes, loose comfortable clothing, durable work clothes, writing materials, meditation shawl or blanket, yoga mat, flashlight.
Books and materials are available in our boutique.
Participants may choose to come for the full action day at no cost or may purchase 50% off accomodations to stay overnight.
- Dorm: $65/night per person
- Double: $85/night per person
- Single: $130/night
- Double: $120/night per person
- Single: $170/night
Deluxe Shanti Cabins
- Triple: $120/night per person
- Double: $160/night per person
- Single: $240/night
- Family of two: $280/night per family
- Family of three: $320/night per family
Accommodation Discounts: Seniors (60+) 10% & Students 10%
Suprabha Jain, MD
Dr. Jain was born in India. For many years she was recognized as one of the finest yoga students and learned in depth science of yoga while getting her formal school education. She joined Henry C Downs, MD an integrative medicine practitioner, in 1999 in Walnut Creek, CA. She got the opportunity to start her own medical practice in 2000. She has since then developed, designed and delivered many ways of treating and managing true health and has coached her loyal clients the science of inner well being.
Claude Nunn has been cooking all of his life. As a young boy, he spent time cooking with his mother and grandmother. After graduating from high school, he attended junior college, where he received his Associate Degree in Food Tech and Management. He furthered his education, and attended the California Culinary Academy, in San Francisco. He reached the pinnacle of his career as a chef for Marriott™. For 24 years, he prepared food at many of the chain's finest hotels and resorts. Latter he attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, an affiliate of Columbia University. The school's instructors were from all over the world, and taught about the nutritional aspect of food and how to prepare healthier foods using superfoods, organic foods, and GMOs.