- Date: 12 – 19 December 2019
- Location: The Tribe Goa - Forest Eco-Village - Guest House and Cafe
- Run by:
⋗ 8 days of yoga, art and nature in the jungle
⋗ Taught by Prianca Sharma and other Jungle Cats
Close your eyes. Breathe deep… and listen…silence.
Only the sound of leaves ruffling in the cool breeze; cuckoos and bumblebees; water trickling gently in the morning sun.
So much of our life is spent chasing time, running after unfulfilling goals, exhausted from the continuous demands and distractions of Life in the Fast Lane.
It’s time to Rewild !
We’ve put together a very special retreat to unplug and reroot into the depth of what keeps us alive – Nature. Yoga and meditation set the ground for stillness and observation; art and exploring of the jungle awaken our senses and rekindle the creative fire that burns in each of our souls!
For a few days, the jungle will become your home, your wake and sleep will be rhythm by the sounds and silence of the forest. A precious moment to start – or continue – a journey within and recharge to better reconnect with the outside world.
― PROGRAM ―
⋗ Yoga – Gentle Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Ashtanga, Sunrise & Sunset yoga
⋗ Meditation – Morning Medidation, Mindfulness, Jungle Meditation, Practice of Silence
⋗ Art – The zen of seeing- Drawing Meditations, Mud sculpture and foraged bush crafts.
⋗ Bodywork: Massage, Bollywood Dance Class
⋗ Ecology: Jungle walk & Ecovillage tour, Ecology talk
⋗ Kombucha-making workshop
⋗ Beach & Jungle trips – Cola beach, Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary
✚ Movie nights, Wilderfeast Jungle banquets, Live Music nights
― TEACHERS ―
⫸ Prianca Shharma (India)
Trained in Kaivalyadhama College of Yoga in Pune, India and numerous teachers in Mysore, India.
A teacher for the past 7 years and eternal student, Prianca is experienced in Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Yin. She also specialises in Pre- and Post-Natal yoga, which hold a special place in her heart. The has travelled extensively to learn and teach yoga and has taught hundreds of students across the world. Her classes are crafted as an opportunity for each student to explore the world and their place in it through true depth of practice.
⋗ Teaching style
For Prianca, teacher and student are one. Teaching is about giving without attachment and leading with humility; compassion and care for each student is central to the art teaching. The teacher’s role is only to support students in their self-reflection and to share the tools, ideas and create space for students to find their own empowering experience of life. The teacher grows as much as the student and the teacher is forever a student practicing awarenesses and reflection.
⫸ Saskia Gall
Saskia Gall is a multidisciplinary fine artist from London, concerned with sustainability, ecology and exploration of the human condition. Her creative career has allowed her to travel to many culturally diverse places over the years making work from experience. Over the last 4 years she has found her home in the jungles of Goa where she has run art retreats and workshops concerned with reconnecting people with nature and their innate creativity through play, experimentation and mindfulness, creating safe and supportive spaces to release and express one’s inner wild self. She believes in the deeply rooted power of people to transform themselves and the world around them through art and self expression.
⫸ Alex Carpenter
Alex is a lifelong wildlife activist, conservationist and a co-founder of The Tribe Project. He spent his childhood buried either deep in the woods or in books and documentaries, fascinated by ecology with a special interest in lower vertebrates and invertebrates. As a young teenager he was in involved in advanced animal husbandry, captive breeding projects and fieldwork in Europe, Central America and India and continuously studied tropical ecosystems. He has been involved in documentary filming and other media work alongside a network of global conservationists and environmentalists. He currently operates a 24-hour wildlife rescue callout service throughout South Goa working alongside the Forest Dept., Wildlife Crime Control Bureau, IndianSnakes organisation and other NGO’s and foundations.
Alex’s passion in life is mitigating conflict between ever more destructive humans and their surrounding environment, empowering rural communities to protect their ancestral lands and enthusing new generations by providing positive education about the vitally important role our environment has in sustaining all life, including that of humans.
― MORE INFO ―
Write to: [email protected]
Starting at 28,000 MRP
The Tribe Goa Jungle Hub,
HNO 440/K, Agonda Palolem Road, 403702 Agonda, Canacona, South Goa, India