Shambala mid-winter is a little piece of magic, sometimes tucked in a blanket of white snow. Peaceful and quiet. You can snuggle yourself in with a blanket and a book, warm up in the floating sauna and even ice-bathe if you feel up for it!
Everything is taken care of for you, three yummy Vegan meals, a hot cup of tea is always available, and you will have plenty of sweet, loving company.
We love the wintertime here at Shambala as it holds such a peaceful stillness. This year we will dive deeper into a nourishing yoga practice that creates a reset for the coming year, we will use artistic expression as a mirror to find a vision to guide us on our path. We have a great new year’s eve celebration, with a festive gourmet buffet, special Vedic fire ritual, dance session and kirtan.
EARLY BIRD PRICE
Get 500 kr off until the 30th of September, then the price will increase automatically.
OPEN FOR SPONSORSHIPS
This retreat is open for sponsorship applications. With the current world events, we recognise the added strain it has put on many and is taking some away from wellness. We want to enable you to get the rest you deserve, so we have opened up to get this retreat for half the price. Send us an email at ShambalaGatherings@gmail.com and tell us about you, and you will be considered for one of the available spots.
“The energy is so so clear, deeply heart centred. And the intent with which Shambala is held is so beautiful, it has become a massively important of my life”.
Our yoga is oriented towards slow and deep movements, which allows your body and mind to relax, thereby releasing deep inner tension. The healing aspect of our classes happens through moments of rest and being present with yourself. The foundation of our yoga is to be soft and mindful as you move your body, allowing you to be more present to what is happening inside and coming to know yourself and your inner processes deeper.
We have experienced that this kind of mindful yoga practice can be deeply healing and a beautiful tool towards becoming more aware of yourself and patterns that create stress and tension in your daily life. With the ability to practice strength with a caring and gentle attitude, one can handle challenges with more ease.
Vedic art is a way to explore your inner world of visions, longings and emotions on a canvas. You don’t have to have any previous experience with painting. On the contrary, the less you know about how to paint the better. You will be gently guided into expressing whatever wants to flow from your heart onto the canvas.
Yoga nidra or yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the “going-to-sleep” stage, typically induced by a guided meditation. There is evidence that yoga nidra helps relieve stress.
“This is where the magic happens – together, with open hearts in beautiful nature.”
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16.00 Arrival and check-in
17.00 Introduction and landing yoga
19.00 Delicious vegan evening meal
Friday and Saturday
07.30 Gentle morning flow with guest teacher
09.00 Breakfast buffet
11.00 Vedic Art
13.30 Succulent vegan lunch buffet
17.00 Restful Yoga and chanting
19.00 Delicious vegan evening dinner
20.30 Sauna, Kirtan, New Year Celebration
08.30 Fruits and tea
09.00 Nordic Light Yoga
10.30 Breakfast buffet
11.00 Meditation and circle
13.30 Succulent vegan lunch buffet
15.00 Check out
meet the team
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How to get here
Located just two hours away from Stockholm in Skinnskatteberg, Sweden, the area is easily accessible by air, train and car, making a great option for a short break wildlife destination.
- Coming by air: The nearest airport to Shambala is Stockholm Vasteras. The second nearest airport is Arlanda airport, the main airport in Sweden. You can easily take a train all the way to Skinnskatteberg from both of them.
- Coming by train / bus: We are fortunate to have a train / bus station at Skinnskatteberg only 5 minutes ride from the center. We offer free pick up services from this station in summer.
- Coming by car: Simply open this Google map on your navigator and follow directions to Borntorpet 1 in Skinnskatteberg, Sweden.