Yoga Retreats Thailand:
Samahita Yoga Centre
Thailand

Not the typical Ashram, but not a resort either, it’s a perfect blend of both. This company offers on going yoga retreats Thailand without any date restrictions and they also offer special retreats with guest teachers, including yoga teacher training. Another one of their offerings is their health and wellness programs. With their wellness and treatment center onsite they offer more than just yoga- including thai massage, swedish massage and much much more. With the daily yoga retreat schedule morning tea begins at 7am followed by a morning Ashtanga including pranayama. Then off to a buffet style brunch and a little free time. In the afternoons you’re treated to a restorative yoga class. Accommodations are just steps away from the beach making it a peaceful and wonderful place to find inner balance. One quick tip though, if arranging transportation it’s best to get a taxi on your own as the center’s van is a little pricey.


Child minding available: yes

Other Activities (other than yoga):wellness treatments at their treatment center, lounging on the beautiful beaches

Cost:

for the ongoing daily yoga retreat

share two bedroom loft $133 USD per person per night

semi private room $156 USD per person per night

single superior room $172 per person per night

Deluxe suite add $65 per night, $420 for one week, $806 for two weeks, $1170 for three weeks and $1430 for four weeks

includes:

  • Fully equipped accommodation with AC
  • Full brunch and dinner buffets
  • Mineral drinking water
  • Herbal steam room
  • Salt water swimming pool
  • Wi Fi internet
  • Service charge
  • VAT government tax

Non Yogi partners welcome: yes

food: full brunch and dinner buffets

dates: ongoing for these rates, also host specific retreats throughout the year

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Yoga Retreats Thailand Reviews:
Samahita

Samahita sits at 89% on trip advisor and it has 95 reviews so far. Some of the comments rave about the sense of community and the very friendly vibe. It's small and thus a little tough to get a tonne of privacy. Note there is no alcohol, tv or smoking allowed here-  truly detoxing yoga retreats Thailand. One little negative is that they need new mats so bring your own if you can. They do run traditional Ashtanga yoga classes being the Mysore variety so it's helpful if you have a good understanding of that. 

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