Surrender into serenity


Set against the breath-taking backdrop of Thompson’s Bay, KwaZulu Natal, Sala Beach House is launching its first Yoga retreat which promises three days of profound relaxation and self-discovery from November 17th to 19th, 2023.

The carefully crafted schedule invites you to embark on a soulful journey of rejuvenation. From the moment you check in, you’ll be guided through a harmonious blend of yoga, meditation, workshops, and holistic experiences designed to nurture your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being.

The retreat will see you setting intentions, exploring the depths of your practice, and connecting with like-minded souls in a space where surrendering to serenity is not just a possibility but a promise. Craig Rutherfoord, owner of Sala Beach House Says, “With unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean and direct access to Thompson’s Bay Blue Flag beach, Sala Beach House is perfectly situated to escape for a retreat”.

Led by instructor, Christie Holt, a dedicated yogi, and nature enthusiast. Christie Says “Connection with nature and yoga have always been the deepest loves of my life. I marvel at the way that our yoga practice in communion with our relationship to the earth allows us to remember our innate wholeness.

Through retreat, we receive the space necessary to truly restore our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing which allows us to remember this truth intrinsically. I’ve been practicing for nearly ten years and teaching for five of them. I look forward to nurturing our nature together at Sala in November.”

Is this retreat right for you?

“Surrender into Serenity” yoga and wellness retreat at Sala Beach House is designed to be inclusive and welcoming to a wide range of individuals who are seeking relaxation, self-discovery, and rejuvenation in a natural and tranquil setting. This retreat would be suitable for yoga enthusiasts of all levels, nature lovers, Individuals seeking relaxation, self-discover, community and a holistic experience.


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