Advait Yoga Locations Thailand and Bali
Rooms and Food
Yoga Training Koh Samui Thailand
Health Retreat Samui’s brand new bungalows make the guest stay comfortable. The resort is located on Bangpo beach with a beautiful view of Koh Phanghan Island. The beach is serene, and the sight of sunrise and sunset is very nice.
Yoga Training in Chiang Mai Thailand
Amaravati Wellness Resort is a perfect place for Yoga Meditation Retreats in North Thailand. The Resort is 30 minutes away from Chaing Mai city, surrounded by nature and hills. The Resort has Ayurvedic treatments, Spa and Vegetarian Restaurant.
Yoga Training in Bali
Enjoy your stay at Bali Mandala Resort during your Reiki Training with Advait Yoga. Bali Mandala is located in a peaceful area away from the tourist area, surrounded by nature. The resort is an inspiring place of hospitality and serenity, safe for single travelers, groups, couples, and families.
Healthy Vegan Vegetarian Yogic Food
Food for Well-being
We serve freshly cooked three meals daily (except on a weekly day off). A diet includes locally grown and mostly organic vegetables, fruits, grains, soups, nuts, and herbal teas. Our Kitchen staff prepares all the meals hygienically, with love and positivity. Vegan options are available. Participants can order their choice of Vegan vegetarian food from the ala carte menu. We suggest our participants before and after the training follow a Vegan/Vegetarian diet to have maximum benefits from the courses. We are happy to say that since many of our participants changed their eating habits and turned Vegan or Vegetarian, their health improved and energy levels increased.
Yogic and Sattvik Food
Useful Tips for Healthy Eating
What we consume affects our well-being and how we react and function in our environment. Therefore we need awareness of what and how we eat.
The Sattvic food promotes clarity of thoughts and calmness of mind. It is sweet, fresh agreeable. It includes fruits, nuts, vegetables, honey, milk, and grains.
Rajasic food feeds the body but promotes activity, induces restlessness of the mind, and disturbs the equilibrium of the mind. It includes spicy coffee, tea, garlic, onion, meat, fish, and processed foods.
Tamasic food induces heaviness in the body and dullness of the mind. It includes alcohol and foods that are processed, oily, over salty, stale, and overripe.
One should monitor one’s mealtimes, as eating too late at night causes indigestion. In addition, the digestive system rests when one goes to sleep. Therefore there should be at least 3 hours between your dinner and bedtime.
Food should be freshly prepared and eaten with attention, respect, and gratitude. Observe silence while eating and maintain awareness as this turns the process of eating into meditation. We should chew food well.
Fill the stomach half to three quarters with food. Leave the last quarter empty for digestion.
Drink fluids 20 minutes before and at least 20 minutes after a meal to avoid diluting the digestive juices in the stomach.
If one needs to consume fluids during the meal, avoid icy drinks that will put out the digestive ‘fire.
’Take at least one day of fasting per week by only consuming light soups, liquids, and yogurt. Allow the digestive system to recover and will enable the body to focus on purging impurities gathered in the body.
Raw food contains many microbes and enzymes our body wants for correct digestion and immunity.
Limit your meals to three daily – a moderate-sized breakfast, lunch, and a smaller dinner. Eat your dinner before 7 pm.
Drink enough water during the day, but best to 30 min before and after the meal.
Find your Ayurvedic dosha (constitution), and learn what foods to favor and avoid in your diet.
Regular exercise and yoga practice with stress-free healthy living improves digestion and overall health.