Ayurveda: Yoga as a Way of Life

Kalani Oceanside Retreat, Big Island, Hawaii

February 6-12, 2011


Have you ever…

…wished for better health: balanced digestion, sound sleep, less anxiety, or more energy?

…wondered about a simple, holistic way of being?

…wanted to “go deeper” into your yoga practice, take it off the mat and into your daily life, but just didn’t know what that meant?


The answer to all of these lies in Ayurveda. Ayurveda IS living a yogic lifestyle, IS living in harmony with your environment. Ayurveda is living in balance…

If these thoughts resonate with you, join Ayurvedic Health Practitioners Shakti Dickey and Sissy Silva for a lifestyle immersion into Ayurveda, the ancient, healing, sister-science of Yoga.


Like two sides of the same coin, Yoga and Ayurveda are inseparable. While Yoga generally emphasizes postures and breathwork, Ayurveda provides specific, individualized guidelines for your daily life. Together, they promote healing, health, and the foundation for personal transformation.

In February 2011, we will spend six days at Kalani Oceanside Retreat, a fabulous yoga retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii. The workshop will truly be an immersion in learning… and living Ayurveda.

We’ll wake to meditation and gentle stretching, spend the morning in creative hands-on Ayurvedic cooking and nutrition classes, and spend the afternoon learning the principles of Ayurveda and how to achieve and maintain physical well-being and emotional balance.

With three amazing fresh cooked meals and two all-level yoga classes per day, free time exploring the natural diversity of this incredible island paradise, and sleeping to the gentle sounds of the rain forest, at the end of the week you will not only be rejuvenated and refreshed, you will have a personalized, practical, daily guide to be literally, living yoga.

Our host-location, Kalani Oceanside Retreat was recently named one of the best coastal yoga retreats by Coastal Living magazine. Bordered by tropical jungle and the Pacific Ocean, Kalani has been a soulful place of refuge and renewal for more than 30 years.

For more detailed information about the workshop/retreat: click here!

Or email: shakti@ompranaveda.com

Or call Shakti: (530) 615-6115





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