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10 Days Meditation and Yoga Retreat in Hawaii

Ayurveda Therapy Course and Hawaii Yoga Retreat

This Ayurveda yoga therapy course is designed for everyone who would like to learn and explore Ayurveda, the sister science of yoga more deeply. Ayurveda promotes longevity and prevents illness, allowing you to develop your highest potential, while also giving the foundation for a healthy, natural, and balanced way of living. At the end of the retreat, you will receive a 100-hour certificate from the Sacred Seed Yoga & Ayurveda College.

Retreat highlights

  • 2 daily yoga classes
  • 1 daily meditation session
  • Ayurveda workshop and demonstration
  • Sacred Seed Yoga & Ayurveda College 100-hour certificate
  • Island excursions and adventures
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • 9 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Yoga styles

10 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
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The lodging rooms range from private to shared suites which are surrounded by beautiful tropical fruit trees, lush rain forest, and nearby hiking or walking trails along the ocean and pristine beaches.

Single room

Spacious room with a single queen or king bed and a shared or private bath.

Double room

Spacious rooms with private bath and twin beds.

Couples room

Spacious rooms with a king or queen size bed for couples, friends, or family members.

Sacred Seed Yoga & Ayurveda Hawaii Yoga Retreat Program

Program outline

Foundational of ayurvedic principles

The program includes the five element theory, the tridosha theory, the seven dhatus, agni, ama, and ojas. Each participant will also explore their own constitution and will learn to integrate these principles in an experiential way.

Ayurvedic lifestyle and Ayurveda-yoga therapy

This program includes the main practices and therapies such as Abhyanga (body oil massage), nasya (nasal treatments), neti pot, eye washes, tongue scraping, and the usage of specific herbal and essential oils.

The psychology of Ayurveda

This program includes understanding psycho-spiritual development, the mental process of health and disease, the personality of the doshic types, the subtle energies of the mind (prana, tejas and ojas), and the three gunas as yogic and psychological indicators. It also applies the Ayurvedic application of the yoga sutras.

Asana and Ayurveda

Each pose is explored relative to the five directions of pranic movement and how that impacts the three doshas. Consideration is given to the effect a pose that has the three doshas as well as the structural and subtle energies of the body.

Pranayama and Ayurveda

Each pranayama technique is explored in its relationship to Ayurveda. Based on an understanding of the flow of prana through the three major nadi. Students will learn the energetic effects of alternate nostril breathing, solar pranayama, lunar pranayama, kapalabhati, and other breathing techniques You will also learn to recommend the appropriate practice for your students or clients.

Energy management and yoga Nidra

Visualizations, concentration, and meditation techniques will be explored to release samskaras (negative thoughts, emotions, and pictures) and create a balanced state of Sattvic energy. Students will learn how to turn attention their inward and explore both their gross and subtle bodies using this awareness to support the healing process.

Diet and nutrition

Some ayurvedic diet and nutritional concepts will be explored in this course for the purposes of health and well-being. The use of specific diet and herbs may also be explored to support the healing process. In addition, cooking and meal preparations will be learnt and integrated.

General daily schedule

  • Morning meditation, pranayama, and yoga Nidra
  • Organic breakfast and tea
  • Ayurveda lecture, discussion, and demonstration
  • Morning yoga practice or asana class
  • Organic lunch
  • Free time for relaxing, exploring the island, or enjoying adventures
  • Afternoon energy work
  • Organic dinner
  • Evening Yin yoga practice

Included excursions

  • Cultural show and presentation with kahuna and hula dancers
  • Exploring the beaches of Hawaii, including secret beach and Mauna Kea Beach
  • Relaxing in the steam vents and steam cave
  • Swimming with or viewing the dolphins
  • Visiting the various Hawaiian craft markets and farmers markets
  • Volcano National Park and lava flow
  • Zen walk in the botanical gardens and waterfalls


Jai Kai
Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 (Ayurveda Yoga)
Jai is an Ayurveda practitioner, yoga teacher, and Ayurvedic yoga therapist. Jai, who is the co-founder of the Sacred Seed Yoga & Ayurveda International College, is registered with the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT. He specializes in Ayurvedic nutrition, Ayurvedic yoga therapy, pranayama, and meditation. He also practices and teaches Hatha yoga, Vinyasa, Power yoga, yoga for your dosha, and Yin yoga.
Aman Rai
Aman is a certified Hatha yoga, Yin yoga, and yoga Nidra teacher. She is also an Ayurvedic counselor. She continues to study with many teachers at Bihar School Yoga in India and North America. Aman utilizes the breath, prana, and pranayama techniques to helps students explore yoga postures in a sustainable, meditative, and intuitive way.

Retreat location

The retreat will take place just 200 yards from Kehena Beach, one of the most beautiful black sand beaches in the world. Dolphins and sea turtles can be seen off the beach year-round, making snorkeling and swimming an exciting sight-seeing adventure.

Located in the Puna district, a colorful and culturally distinct enclave of artists, writers, permaculture farmers, and a thriving counter-culture community, you can feel free to slow down, completely unwind, and explore the extraordinary abundance consisting of rain forests, farms, transcendental lava-lands, and truly spectacular coastal views.

The Big Island of Hawaii is a place of diversity and beauty. Rare, endangered plant and animal life, pristine micro-climates that go from snow-covered peaks to lava deserts and lush tropical rainforest can be found here. In addition, the world's most massive mountain and tallest from its base, plus the earth's most active volcano, Kilauea, are some of the awe-inspiring treasures of the island.

Nearby places

  • Hilo International Airport (ITO) - 30 to 45 minutes
  • Kehena Beach (black sand), 200 yards
  • Kona International Airport (KOA) - 3 hours
  • Lava Tree Park - 30 to 60 minutes walk



  • Cooking classes
  • Cycling nearby
  • Fishing nearby
  • Hiking nearby
  • Hiking trail nearby
  • Hot spring nearby
  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Massage nearby
  • Shopping nearby
  • Stargazing
  • Surfing
  • Swimming


  • Bar nearby
  • Beach nearby
  • Caf nearby
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • Hammock
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Restaurant nearby
  • Terrace
  • Yoga deck


  • ATM / banking nearby
  • Bicycle rental nearby
  • Car rental nearby
  • Convenience / grocery store
  • Internet access
  • In-room dining
  • Local market
  • Toiletries
  • Tour assistance


During the retreat, you will be provided with daily organic breakfast, lunch, and dinner included in the package. There is also organic tea available for you throughout the training.

Things to do (optional)

During your free time, there are many activities and excursion options available to cater all tastes and budgets such as relaxing walks, swimming with dolphins, visiting the markets, or simply relaxing at the beach are some ideas.

A visit to Kalapana

You can also visit Kalapana, once a fishing village that was buried under 10 meters of molten rock in 1990, by the Madame Pele Volcano, or the Akaka Falls, a short walk through lush vegetation and streams leading to the free-fall plunge of the 420 feet.


In your free time, you can try your surfing skills at HonoliI Park, the best place to practice surfing and boogie boarding. If youre not adventurous, then exploring St. Benedict's painted church, a fascinating place located at Honaunau, in the famous Kona coffee growing region, is a great option.


For more relaxation, swim in the thermal pond, a natural pool with a sandy bottom which has been outfitted with cement walls and access ladders. A small inlet allows ocean water to flow in and out with the tides while keeping the temperature around 90 degrees.

Spa treatments

Massages and body treatments are available upon request at additional cost.

What's included

  • 2 daily yoga classes
  • 9 nights accommodation
  • Ayurveda workshop and demonstration
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Daily morning meditation sessions
  • Island excursions and adventures

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Airpor transfer
  • Extra activities
  • Massage

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at either Hilo International Airport (ITO) or Kona International Airport (KOA). Transfer from and to these airports is available upon request.

Cancellation Policy

  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 60 days before arrival.
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