Chaya Yoga Retreats creates inspirational and healing experiences, combining incredible yoga retreats, healthy food, and stunning locations.
Lucy has worked with numerous individuals and with clients such as Selfridges and the Soho House Group among various other wonderful eating establishments. She offers unique recipes and teachings on how to make delicious food feel even better in the body than it tastes. Lucy Hill and her team, also known as Chaya Kitchen, can cater for all events, tastes, and dietary requirements for individual and private dining and from small groups through to massive parties.
Dr. Rohit R. Borcar is a Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.). At an early age of 16, when he had to make a choice for his career, he chose to be an Ayurveda physician. His passion for Indian culture, yoga, and spiritualism also attracted him towards Ayurveda. He completed his training from the prestigious Ayurveda college in Shiroda, Goa (Goa University) along with an internship. His love for Ayurveda further made him travel to Pune, Kerala, and other places in India to get a deeper and wider knowledge of Ayurveda. He completed his course in yoga at Mumbai in Santa Cruz.
Chaya resident masseuse and healer, Judit Yague is a very special addition to any retreat. Spanish born Judit has been practicing the healing arts for nearly 20 years. Drawing from her many trainings across massage therapy, holistic practices, and yoga teacher trainings, her uniquely intuitive practice is profound.
Paula Andreewitch shares her joyful approach to the yoga practice through explorative, soulful, slow flow. Her background in the Brazilian dance / play / martial art, Capoeira Angola, of which she is also a teacher, brings a playful and experimental element to her classes. She’s been a student and mentee of Nicole Aarons (Soma Yoga) for 14 years and completed a classical teacher training in the Himalayas with Ganga Devi (Himalayan Yoga Institute). Since 2014, she has practiced under the guidance of Jean Hall and is currently deepening her studies on Triyoga’s advanced teacher training.
Sarah's classes include an emphasis on breath, a steady stream of verbal suggestions, and strong hands-on adjustments with elements of her teachers Stewart Gilchrist and Tara Judelle woven into their foundations. Her classes are light-hearted yet challenging, deeply rooted with anatomical alignment but free-flowing to upbeat playlists. Sarah’s playful, non-dogmatic approach to yoga will stretch and strengthen your body and mind simultaneously.
When Micki took her first yoga class in early 2006 in Philadelphia PA USA, it was love at first asana. Initially, it was the physical challenge of it, but soon she began to notice how it calmed her mind and opened her heart. Since then she has devoted herself to the practice of yoga. In 2008, she completed her first teacher training. In 2011 she packed up her world and moved it to London UK to begin again, a humbling experience.