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Six nights and I was just starting to settle in and really appreciate the daily routine, which I added to with a daily dip in the nearby ocean. Such a pleasant stay with delicious food and comfortable accommodation. Hope to be back next year:)
Sharangati Yogahaus was exactly the right place for me to be after my trip through South-India. Hari relaxed and simple way of teaching really helped me finding acces to the world of Yoga. The place is very calm, and you can feel that everything in...More
We had a fantastic few days at Sharanagati Yogahaus. Neither myself or my partner were very experienced in yoga before arriving, but Hari guided us through daily pranayama, mediation and asana classes, and after only 3 days we really felt the benefit. Hari's teaching style...More
This is a lovely relaxed spot with a great yoga, breathing and meditation programme. Having never done a yoga retreat before I didn't know what to expect and the early start and three hours of activities before breakfast was a challenge. But it made for...More
i spent more than a week here last year & had the most wonderful experience with Hari, his team & each of the other guests. the yoga was light hearted but thorough. Hari teaches with great knowledge, experience & expertise. the setting was beautiful &...More
You could do it at Sharangati. You'll get a button and nobody will speak to you. Hari is experienced and will help you with it. Although it is no real Ashram with strict rules and most people don't do vipassana... More
You could do it at Sharangati. You'll get a button and nobody will speak to you. Hari is experienced and will help you with it. Although it is no real Ashram with strict rules and most people don't do vipassana. you can stay there as long as you want and I think it is a great experience. There is a Shivananda Ashram right next to his place. If it doesn't work out for you at Sharangati you could ask there, but I haven't been there.