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The focus of our yoga and healing arts retreat is on balancing the mind, body, and spirit, empowering people to live a fully expressed and blissful life in connection with the whole.
This retreat takes place in awe-inspiring Southern Thailand that provides the necessary context for a total disconnect from your routine and reconnection with your inner self. Take time, introspect, laugh, celebrate, release stress, and fix imbalances through a diversity of yoga practices, mindfulness techniques (tai chi and qigong), and dance in addition to the many healing arts we propose.
Located on the beach, enjoy serenity and peacefulness in an exceptional setting with direct sea views from your pool. You will be staying at the Amantara Beach Villa and Melina Resorts, adjoining luxurious properties, comprising spacious and comfortable rooms, fully equipped kitchens and a large outdoor area with sala and several suspended wooden terraces. These exclusive spaces have been designed to fit perfectly into this magnificent landscape. This stay promises you a comfortable upscale getaway, away from it all, in an incredible environment!
Bliss Tribes will take the opportunity of a tour to local islands off the coast of Ao Nang to go snorkeling and introduce free-diving breathing and relaxation techniques and free-immersion (discipline of apnea in which the free-diver dives under water without the use of its legs and fins, but only by pulling on the rope with hands during descent and ascent) in combination to underwater life exploration. Lunch will be served in the boat or on the beach.
Kayak exploration of the mangrove near Ao Tha Lane tour (approximately 2 hours). The mangrove is embedded in an intricate network of limestone canyons and towering karsts, which will give your experience a sort of mystical twist. Pierre, your guide, will comment on the processes underlying the karst formation in the region and discuss the ecological characteristics of the mangroves, including commenting on the current ecological restoration and research projects that are taking place as well.
As discussing the significance of the mangrove for local culture. During lunchtime you will return to the pier and enjoy your preferred meal overlooking the emerald river and surrounding mangrove from the terrace of a stilted restaurant. In the afternoon, you will visit the “two water river park” (Tha pom Khlong Song Nam). The park’s ecology includes abundant mangrove and banyan trees and a wide range of crabs and lizards. Crystal-clear water pours off a nearby limestone mountain, mixing with sea- water and turning emerald as you head towards the ocean, especially at high tide. A raised wooden walkway takes you to view snaking roots of banyans beneath glass- like water.
Nature therapy: this activity combines the benefits of a moderate physical activity (a hike) to a sensory stimulation through meditative pauses inviting the return to oneself in calmness, benevolence and in all conscience. This activity is based on the Japanese approach Shinrin-Yoku and on the recent development of “Nature therapy” in the United States, which highlight the benefits of a “bath of forest” on the physical and physiological health (immunity, blood pressure, etc.) and well-being (reduction of stress and anxiety, relaxation, serenity, concentration, etc.). The hike ends at the top of a limestone relief, allowing a panoramic view of the whole of Phangna Bay and its myriad of islands at sunset for a breathtaking finale.
Eating is a natural, healthy, and pleasurable activity for satisfying hunger. However, in Bliss Tribes food-abundant, diet-obsessed culture, eating is often mindless, consuming, and guilt-inducing instead. Mindful eating is an ancient mindfulness practice with profound modern implications and applications for resolving this troubled love-hate relationship with food.