Balance of Life Yoga Retreat with Georgie Carter and Yogi Sailesh


29th November - 1st December 2019


How Yoga helps us find balance in our lives from which grows joy, love and gratitude.


Friday 29 November.

4.30pm - 6.30pm: Yoga and Meditation

7.00pm: Dinner

9.00pm: Noble silence

Saturday 30 November.

6.30am -8.00: Yoga

8.30am: Breakfast

10.30am - 12.o0am: Yoga

12.30pm: Lunch

5.30pm-6.30pm: Meditation

7.00pm: Dinner

9.00pm: Noble silence

Sunday 1 December.

8.00-10.00: Yoga & loving kindness meditation

10.30am: Brunch


Our retreatโ€™s rates for twin shared for the size and type of rooms are as follows:

Main house:

Sunrise (sea view, private bathroom): R 2 410

Duiker (sea view, shared bathroom): R 2 330

Loerie (forest view, ensuite): R 2 530

Hyrax (forest view, shared bathroom): R 2 170



Hornbill (forest view, shared bathroom): R 2 330

Bushbuck (forest view, shared bathroom): R 2 330

Mdoni (forest view, ensuite): R 2 530


Single rooms are available for an extra charge of 50%.



Georgie Carter has been practising Hatha Yoga for 12 years. She completed her 200-hour teacher training with The Jivananda Centre for Well-Being in 2010 followed by an intensive Iyengar yoga course in Rishikesh, India with Usha Devi in 2015. Her passion is to apply yoga to everyday life in order to find a balanced and better way to manage daily challenges, to enable us to live a more loving, compassionate and purposeful life. She has travelled to India many times to deepen her practice. She currently lives in the Natal midlands, where she teaches yoga.

Yogi Sailesh is one of the most favored yoga teachers of Yoga Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh, India; the Yoga capital of the world. He specializes in Hatha yoga asanas, pranayamas, mudras, bandpass, meditation and vedic mantra chanting. After having completed his 200hrs TTC, he began to teach yoga widely at an international level. With more than 8 years experience in the field of yogic practices and teachings, Yogi Sailesh had an intuitive vision of the purpose of various yogic practices. It is in a loving attitude that he creates a harmonious relationship with students in his classes and as such is widely loved and appreciated.