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This is a GEM! If you want a quiet retreat in Nature but with comfortable accommodations in the old Florida like it used to be, this is the place! There is a beautiful creek running through the property with natural surroundings and gorgeous wildlife. The...More
It's as though you stepped back in time into a lovely peaceful landscape without the noise and calamity of day to day life.
D'nesh was a wonderful teacher. I really enjoyed his stories about how he healed through his Ayurvedic journey. Our day included of...More
It only took a little over an hour to get to Rasayana Cove, but somehow I felt like we traveled to a new land, or at least a different era. No fluff or fuss, just truth and revelation in a beautiful nature setting. The ayurvedic...More
This is a true ayurvedic retreat, bringing oneself back in touch with the rhythms and elements of nature. I have done many panchakarma retreats and this is the first one that has nature as an essential part of the treatment. The accommodations are simple, with...More
Paradoxically, I came to lose myself in the woods for a few days but instead found myself. There is no experience that will ever match an authentic relationship of you with the universe, each of your millions- of -year -old cells pulsing to the natural...More
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Ah, that's not so easy to figure out from their website. It depends on the program you sign on for, but I think the cabin just by itself is about $175 a night; you can bring your own food as they provide a fridge, dishes... More
Ah, that's not so easy to figure out from their website. It depends on the program you sign on for, but I think the cabin just by itself is about $175 a night; you can bring your own food as they provide a fridge, dishes, and hotplate. You can get meals with a cooking class (from 11am to 1pm, serving time), but not sure how much extra that is. I did the full program of breakfast, cooking class, and dinner; a full body massage in the afternoon, and meditation once in the evening. I think it worked out to about $600 per day. I was told by a friend that Ayurvedic treatments used to be for royalty, and hence their expense. I haven't confirmed it, but that path is really paved with gold For me, it was like a resort, with acres of peace, beauty and quiet, and I much preferred that to say, a Canyon Ranch. I got very dedicated attention and information specific to me. For me, the best part was the take away; I'm still doing several of the things they taught me; my diet has changed, I use body oil, and I am paying better attention to nurturing myself. I got a lot of special care, and for me, that was well worth the price.