Is it time to go on a Silent Retreat?

Group yoga session on the lawn at the Shreyas Retreat

Want to Escape your busy Hi-Tech life and find inner peace?

Spa it Girl has found Shreyas In India a Silent Retreat that allows you reconnect with your inner self all by letting go of your mobile phone and talking and making noise.

On a Silent Retreat talking is actually off limits, it is however believed that when you completely let go and disconnect with your day to day pressures you are able to fully surrender and it allows your body, mind and soul to become one.


Shreyas in India is a silent retreat and encourages peace and quite, calmness, making it easier to relax and connect with your true self. From the moment you drive through our gates you are surrounded by nature and will begin to feel its restorative effects. Set in 25 acres of pristine countryside it is 1 hour’s drive from Bangalore City. When you go on a silent retreat you can expect to Meditate, practice Yoga, Pray, Rest, Do Nothingm Journal and Contemplate– in Silence.


Shreyas in India is a place to practice Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga, Meditate, Pranayama, deep relaxation, Yogic kris. They have a Rejuvenation Spa with Ayurvedic therapies, relaxing massages and organic scrubs and masks freshly prepared from our organic gardens. Shreyas in India do follow vegetarian principles and have a strict no alcohol/smoking policy in respect of the tradition of Yoga and it is the perfect place to disconnect from your mobile phone and all of your technology devices.


As for the Accommodation the good news is you don’t have to rough they have 8 elegant and earthy garden cottages with tented canopies, enclosed courtyard & open-air shower rooms, 3 luxury poolside cottages and one luxury 3-bedroom cottage.

The interiors are luxurious yet minimalistic, and in muted neutral shades that calm the senses. The rooms are airy and well lit, with large windows that bring the nature indoors. All rooms are given Sanskrit names to remind us of qualities that we aspire to embody e.g. “Shanti” meaning “peace” or “Vairagya” meaning “detachment”.

When you travel to the Shreyas in India and take part in a Silent Retreat we would love to hear all about it when you get back home and are able to talk.

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