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2 Days Sekeping Serendah Sivananda Yoga Retreat in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Sekeping Serendah Retreats, Serendah , Selangor 48200, Malaysia

Malaysia Yoga Retreat

Expert tip: This is one of the most popular yoga retreats offered in Malaysia.

Join Yoga Tree for a short recharging and relaxing yoga retreat in the lush surroundings of Kuala Lumpur city. Whether your idea of bliss is stretching just steps from a tropical jungle or practicing meditation on a rocky mountaintop, this yoga retreat offers opportunities to seriously get your Om on. Held in the beautiful town of Serendah, Yoga Tree offers a retreat themed with a variety of activities, from forest walking to wild swimming. You will get back to your daily life feeling fit and happy!

Meet the instructors

Dr Birgit
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  • Trakta session
  • Daily Sivanadna yoga classes
  • Daily Pranayama and meditation sessions
  • Questions and answers session
  • Healthy vegetarian meals
  • 1 night accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner

Yoga styles

2 days with instruction
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During the retreat, you will be staying at Sekeping Serendah Retreats. Located only an hour's drive away from busy Kuala Lumpur, this private retreat resort adopts an open concept for you to truly enjoy the beauty of nature. Cell signal is barely available here but that's exactly what makes it the perfect sanctuary for those who seek privacy and peace. The sheds are intentionally kept basic and free from lavishness. They are seen more as glorified tents to provide basic shelter for its inhabitants as they commune with the land.

Sekeping Serendah consists of 10 sheds set within 5 acres of tropical rainforest. The sheds float gently over the forest floor beside a bubbling brook.

Glass shed 2

  • One platform with six bed
  • One platform with 3 queen size bed
  • And it may be a mixed dormitory depend on participants registration
  • Each bed cove with individual mosquito net


  • Bedrooms
  • Ceiling fans
  • Dining area in the forest
  • Forest living environment
  • Fridge and kitchen sink
  • Mosquito net
  • Indoor shower
  • Self-catering meals
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)


What is yoga?

Yoga has been practiced for at least 5000 years as a means to reach both physiological and spiritual mastery. Originally from India, yoga is today practiced throughout the world by people seeking to understand their body, gain greater control over their mind and to improve their flexibility and strength.

Yoga is actually one of the six schools of Hindu philosophy; it focuses on meditation as a path to self-knowledge and liberation. The deep connection between mind and body that can be attained through yoga is what attracts millions of people to regular yogic practices.

Sivananda yoga

Sivananda yoga is a form of Hatha yoga that emphasizes on maintaining the health and mental well-being of practitioners. It aims to retain the vitality of body through five core principles that are:

  • Proper exercise
  • Proper breathing
  • Proper relaxation
  • Proper diet
  • Positive thinking and meditation

A typical yoga class opens with relaxation and chanting, followed by three rounds of cleansing breath and six rounds of alternate nostril breathing. Students then warm up with sun salutations and leg lifts. The class includes, but is not limited to, the following 12 poses which strengthen, stretch, and relax every muscle, joint, and organ in the body: headstand; shoulderstand; plough; fish; sitting forward bend; cobra; locust; bow; spinal twist; crow; standing forward bend; triangle. There are modifications available for every pose to accommodate all levels of practice and all body types.

Sample daily schedule

Day 1

  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 Arriving and check in
  • 16:00 Yoga
  • 17:30 Rest
  • 18:00 Dinner / shower
  • 19:30 Pranayama
  • 20:30 Sound meditation
  • 21:00 Rest (silent)

Day 2

  • 05:30 Bell ring
  • 06:00 Meditation
  • 07:00 Pranayama: Kapalabhati
  • 07:30 12 Basic Asana
  • 09:00 Tea break
  • 09:30 Question and answer
  • 10:00 Certificate ceremony
  • 11:00 Free and easy
  • 12:00 Check out


  • Agenda subject to be changed


Dr Birgit Gruber-Groh

Retreat location

Sekeping Serendah is located near a sleepy one street town of Serendah, about an hour drive north of Kuala Lumpur. Drive time from Serendah town to the retreat is about 5 minutes, meandering past 2 Orang Asli villages.

Nearby places

  • Selangor dam - 30 minutes
  • Genting Highlands - 45 minutes
  • Frasers Hill - 1 hour 30 minutes

Unique features


  • Swimming
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)


  • Mosquito net


You will be served vegetarian breakfast and a light dinner on the first day of the retreat.

Things to do (optional)

Nearby attraction

  • Cascading waterfalls and plunge pools
  • Fishing lakes
  • Frasers Hill
  • Genting Highland
  • Jungle treks
  • Kuala Kubu Bahru and Selangor dam
  • Orang Asli villages
  • Serendah golf course

What's included

  • 1 night accommodation in a shed with forest living environment
  • 2 meditation sessions
  • 2 guided pranayama
  • Certification
  • Daily yoga and asana taught by an experience teacher
  • Breakfast and light dinner on the first day of your stay

What's not included

  • Transportation during the retreat is not included in the price.

How to get there

Driving directions from Kuala Lumpur

  • From Kuala Lumpur, take the North-South Highway (NKVE) north and exit Rawang
  • After the Rawang toll gate, turn right and head north via the old trunk road
  • Pass busy Rawang town and head toward Serendah (10 kilometers)
  • Turn right at the first set of traffic lights after the Serendah police station
  • Stay on the road, passing a school and terrace houses until you find yourself driving on a narrow road
  • Stay on the narrow road, passing a huge lake on the right and two Orang Asli villages on the left, until you see a pond on the right
  • Turn left and you arrive at Sekeping Serendah

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL).


  • Kuala Lumpur - 1 hour
  • Serandah town - 5 minutes

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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