women's retreat for pelvic floor awarness
About Durga retreat
get the answers you are looking for
This women's retreat is an opportunity to answer the big questions:
How can I truly be more calm in the modern life?
If I have problems in intimate relations, what can I do?
How can I prevent pelvic floor problems?
How can I start my healing process?
enjoy a relaxing yet prodactive schedule
The retreat is suitable for all levels and focuses on deepening your yoga practice while increasing knowledge and awareness of pelvic floor health. Each day focuses on a specific topic, you'll enjoy daily yoga classes, theoretical discussions, breathing exercises, guided meditations and a yoga philosophy class. The retreat also includes a unique subtle yoga practice with pelvic floor exercises, and nutritious vegetarian meals.
deepen your knowlage
This six- day journey includes theoretical classes on various topics, including an overview of yoga based on Patanjali Yoga Sutra and the Bhagavad Gita, the 8 limbs of yoga, and an introduction to Buddhist concepts such as true happiness, the four noble truths, emptiness, and the 8 worldly concerns. The retreat also includes an anatomical explanation of the female reproductive system and pelvic floor, with a focus on the importance of pelvic floor exercises (Moola Bhanda) for females. Additionally, stress management techniques related to the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nervous systems.
Meet the Retreat Manager
Roni was born in Israel and began practicing yoga in 2018. She was diagnosed with Vulvodynia, a condition that causes chronic pain in the vulva, and western treatments proved to be ineffective. She looked for alternative approaches to hopefully alleviate the symptoms of her condition. Her passion for yoga grew over the years, leading her on a spiritual journey in India and Nepal.
During her travels, Roni visited various spiritual centers, including Sivananda yoga ashram and the Tushita Buddhist Center. She practiced with several yoga teachers across the country, immersing herself in the practice and seeking to uplift her body and mind. Through daily practice and dedication, Roni managed to improve her wellbeing and find a sense of peace.
Roni's passion for yoga deepened, and she decided to become a certified yoga teacher. She completed her training at the Himalayan Yoga Academy in Kathmandu, Nepal, and continued her studies with Prem and Mohit at Brahma Yoga in Dharamshala, India. Roni's experience and training have allowed her to share her knowledge and passion for yoga, particularly in the area of women's health. She currently manages the Durga Retreat, a women's retreat center that specializes in pelvic floor awareness- by Brahma Yoga. Roni's journey is a testament to the transformative power of yoga and the potential for healing and growth that it offers.
Our upcoming retreats
You are more then welcone to join our retreats in November until February Palolem beach, Goa, India.
Get in touch for more details and specific dates.