Anahata Yoga Retreat

Tasman, New Zealand

Anahata Yoga Retreat is an integral residential yoga retreat in Golden Bay, New Zealand. They organize meditation and yoga retreats that welcome everyone.

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7 days / 6 nights

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4 days / 3 nights

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5 Days New Year Yoga Retreat in Takaka, New Zealand

December 29, 2017-January 2, 2018

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5 days / 4 nights

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4 days / 3 nights

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7 days / 6 nights

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9 days / 8 nights

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3 days / 2 nights

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3 days / 2 nights

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2 days / 1 night

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Instructors 9

Swami Karma Karuna

Swami Karma Karuna specializes in women’s health. By blending yogic lifestyle and sannyasa tradition with motherhood, she brings a unique and practical approach, inspiring the integration of yogic principles into everyday activities.

Sannyasin Atmabhava

Sannyasin came to yoga because of health reasons and the practical and scientific methods of this style of yoga immediately made a strong impression. He is a living example of how health can be transformed through yoga and shares his interests in yogic lifestyle, diet and nutrition, pranayama, meditation, mantra, and kirtan.

Sannyasi Pragyadhara

She returned to New Zealand shores after spending 9 years immersing herself in yoga teaching, yogic, and sannyasa lifestyle and deepening her practice. Choosing a path of simplicity and integrity, she underwent rigorous yogic and sannyasa training in India, in which the focus was cultivating strong minds that can respond positively and creatively to life. She is passionate about sharing her love of yoga and its integral tools from those looking to gain better health and well-being to those wanting to transform their lives.

Anandakumar Saraswati

Swami Anandakumar Saraswati is an exceptional teacher in meditation. A sannyasin of the Bihar School of Yoga, Swami Anandakumar has practiced yoga and related disciplines for over 30 years and has spent many years teaching at institutions in India and internationally. He inspires, not only with his depth of wisdom, but also with his music, warmth, and light approachable manner.

Swami Muktibodha

Swami Muktibodha is considered internationally to be a leading exponent of classical yoga and meditation and has been honored with the title of Acharya (master) of yoga. She has achieved international renown for her commentary on the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. She filters these deep practices and concepts through her down-to-earth Western eye, making them accessible and useful for all. Well versed in the scientific as well as traditional aspects of yoga, she is currently based in Brisbane, Australia teaching and lecture both locally and internationally.

Caitlin Halliwell

Caitlin Halliwell is a mother, gifted local singer, and songwriter. She uses mantra and chanting as healing vibrations, finding them the ultimate way to purify mind, body, and soul. As she introduces each chant, Caitlin explains the meaning behind the Sanskrit words, painting a highly evocative image and luring us into the world of gods, goddesses, and light.

Inna Alex

Inna Alex is a trained environmental planner and landscape architect. Living at Tui Community, she aims to integrate her permaculture knowledge by coordinating and co-teaching some of Earthcare’s Permaculture Education Programs, living actively in an intentional community, teaching yoga, and tending the garden. Inna's main focus in teaching on the PDC is deep ecology, as she is passionate about facilitating access to and sustenance of the internal motivation and capacities to heal the world.

Swami Kailash Saraswati

Swami Kailash Saraswati has studied and lived in yoga ashrams in New Zealand and India from an early age. From this background, he brings a practical, simple, and joyful perspective on all aspects of yoga and particularly shares his love of Mantra, Nada Yoga, and Kirtan. Swami Kailash is a warm and engaging teacher and has been teaching yoga for more than twenty-five years, most recently in Australasia, India, and Korea. He is the founder of Srinivasa Yoga House in Hamilton, New Zealand.

Lis Martinac

Based in the North Island, Lis runs many workshops on mindfulness, self-love, the divine feminine, and the joyful singing of Kirtan.

Reviews 2

  • Catia Batalha New Zealand

    November 2017, BookYogaRetreats

    Everything was excellent, I fell in love with the place, the people, and the whole setting which really embodies the true spirit of Yoga in all its dimensions. This retreat was everything I was hoping for and more. Deeply grateful <3 Hari om

  • Victoria Woods New Zealand

    September 2017, BookYogaRetreats

    everyone was so warm and understanding, very beautiful space in all weather.

    Testimonials 17

    • Nic Zee

      Anahata Yoga Retreat Facebook page

      A beautiful , tranquil experience that I will treasure forever! Authentic, different world and a environmentally friendly place! Daily practice of yoga and meditation was perfect way to start my new year, thank you to all the wonderful teachers and I will be back very soon I promise ... Om

    • a traveler Germany

      TripAdvisor website

      I stayed at Anahata for nearly 3 month as a karma yogi... As a newy to yoga I'm so glad that I chose this place as my yoga starting point, as it teaches you, in my opinion, still the real and traditional yoga. Your days start early and are fully planned and even sometimes you have to do things you don't really like, at the end you see that it is all part of the bigger picture and part of your personal growth. Anahata is located on top of a hill with stunning views over Golden Bay, a very beautiful location not just to watch the sunrise or sunset but also to take some walks. Accommodation is basic but has all you need and three delicious vegetarian meals are served a day. I loved my time up there and experienced the most magical and unforgettable NYE of my life. Thanks everyone for making my stay so wonderful. Om Om Om!

    • Kim Bernard

      Anahata Yoga Retreat Facebook page

      Anahata Retreat and the beautiful wise souls that welcome you there are hard to describe adequately. If you are even slightly thinking you might need some 'me time' or want to know more about what yoga really is, then book your stay. You could not possibly regret time spent here. X

    • a traveler India

      TripAdvisor website

      I always wanted a place near to a beach that had serenity, calmness,clean and a resort next to a beach that is awesome. I found Anahata retreat. This place has a great staff to take care of guests, huts that u will love. The only thing i missed is Indian food. Since i dont eat european food, i rarely found Indian food. Rest, don't dare to skip this place.

    • Magenta Weiss

      Anahata Yoga Retreat Facebook page

      An amazing insightful experience. I was truly inspired by the people who live there, the intelligent and relevant conversations I had...and the food was frigging awesome! I left inspired and with knowledge to use and love everyday after. Thanks Anahata!

    • Christoffel M. Walter Hendrick

      Anahata Yoga Retreat Facebook page

      Most trans formative place for Sadhana, long-term residency or brief retreats.

    • Dan McMullan New Zealand

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      After spending the last few days away from Anahata I have really come to terms with what it's all about. It really is a beneficial place to someone like myself. To learn to be aware, conscious, and observe one's actions is like living all over again.

    • Amber Blair New Zealand

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      You feel a little lost in it all at first, especially when everyone around you knows exactly how to say, chant, sing, and remember all these complicated strings of letters that make no sense to a brain that's been unexposed to them before and they are so strong in their conviction to the yogic path. Not just the posture yoga that we all know from the gym or yoga studio we attend. The life of simplicity and dedication to a higher power and its presence everywhere. For a non-religious person like me, it feels like a lot to comprehend and accept. But you get into this fantastic rhythym; yoga, meditate, eat healthy, work hard, give back, conserve, laugh, go to bed early, repeat, and it works you from the inside out. What you're so used to thinking is important doesn't seem so important any more and you start to really think about what you're giving to the world and how you're taking care of it.

    • Julia Kastler

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      It was a week where I nourished my inner self and had time to explore it. This is not finished at all. It just was the start of my spiritual jourey. In this place, I had the time, teachers and facilities to do so. It is a gift to oneself! Thank you for sharing your yogic lifestyle, knowledge, and practices. I felt ver welcomed and appreciated in this place and by the people and teachers. It was a huge inspiration and got some resources for myself.

    • Jonas Klippel

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      A very good balanced retreat. Not so much input and many free time but still enough to have the learning sink in your mind.

    • David

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      Enjoyable week! Useful tools for daily life.

    • Aradhana

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      Fatastic opportunity to experience many forms of meditation and work out which methods suits me best. I can now intensify my own practice and in a very subtle level.

    • James Johnson

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      I feel better amd that's enough! I really appreciate the genuineness of the teachers and all of them have excellent humor.

    • Gabi

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      I immensely enjoyed being at Anahata Yoga Retreat! It was very inspiring and a great pleasure to be in your presence and meeting you all. It was difficult in the beginning, but I learned heaps in the end. I feel like my eyes and my heart are more open than before. I learned to think in different ways, to see more positive things. I also learned to concentrate much better than before.

    • Sn Sri Priya

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      It was good to come home to my loved ones. Never had I been gone so long. My time there helped me to know that I was on the right path but that details in my life would need some tweaking. I needed to create a channel inside me, one to allow India to exist in my day-to-day life.

    • Sn Tanmayi

      Anahata Yoga Retreat website

      So what had changed? I had. Those seeds that had been planted during my first visit were growing. I was better prepared this time. I was less resistant, more open, and better able to meet challenges from a calm, centered place. I was also better able to watch, witness, and let go.

    • Sette-Nave Muryel

      Anahata Yoga Retreat Facebook page

      Toujours dans mon coeur! Je suis partie mais l'esprit de ce lieu m'a suivie...

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