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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
From the first early songs of the chanting bird life as the morning curtain rises to the ambling armadillos still searching for food at dusk under the moonlit sky , your senses are enlivened and recharged. This is truly a spa that helps you look...More
So love the cozy cabin in the woods where it is truly quiet, a wonderful break from electronics and ambient noise. The level of privacy is a rare experience and I live in the country! This is a place where relaxation goes to new levels...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.
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"I stayed in the cottage next to the main house by the pond. It was lovely to wake up and see birds sunning..."