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A yoga retreat based on the principles of Ayurveda and on experiencing the 5 elements: earth, water, fire, air and ether (space).  Practices will be accompanied by discussions on Ayurvedic theory to better understand one’s body and health as part of Nature, as well as by Ayurvedic delicious meals. 

Why go?

These four days will allow you to understand, through the body and specific yoga postures, how these 5 elements work in harmony for each one of us, to reach a better physical, emotional and mental balance. Our health begins to deteriorate when one of the 5 elements is not in balance. This retreat will allow you to master the various tools that yoga offers, in particular meditation, postures, breath work and mantra chanting, to improve your lifestyle and strengthen your body in its capacity to self-heal. The concepts of Ayurveda will help you to identify your own constitution (dosha) to fine-tune your practice and routine.  


  • Daily classes and discussions on the principles of Ayurveda (3 doshas and the 5 elements) 
  • Daily yoga classes (Vinyasa and Kundalini) 
  • Learning of yoga tools, such as pranayama, mantras and meditation
  • Daily practice of energetic kriyas to ignite your digestive fire
  • White Tantra 
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Free time every day (access to forest and river) to integrate your learning and experience 
  • Explanation around Ayurvedic cooking 

Venue and meals

The retreat will take place at the Pas Sage au Trible, an authentic  serein, safe ad ethical place, in the midst of the Ardèche region, near the village of Gluiras: https://lepassageautrible.com
All meals will be vegetarian and based on Ayurvedic cooking and will be prepared and cooked locally by our Ayurvedic chef, Francisco Basilios.


  • Arrival on Saturday 29 June 2024, after lunch and before 3pm.
  • Departure on Wednesday 3 July 2024 after lunch, around 2pm. 

The Teacher


is a certified Kundalini, Hatha and Vinyasa yoga teacher (EYA 500hrs and RYS 260hrs) in Geneva and has been practicing yoga for over ten years. She believes in the holistic nature of Ayurveda, which includes yoga. Particularly, it is through Kundalini yoga that she began to go deeper towards the Self; beyond the body and the mind. For Shahrazad, yoga is experienced, more than it can be taught. Her ambition is to share yogic tools around her, especially with the most vulnerable people (https://www.yogasha.ch).