08:00/09:00 Light Breakfast
09:00/10:30 Asana Practice
10:30/11:30 Yoga Lecture
12:00 Free Brunch Buffet
16:30/18:30 Asana & Pranayama
19:00 Social Dinner
Located in the northwest coast of the island just 20 minutes drive from the harbour of Porto Torres and 40 minutes drive from the airport of Alghero. A tiny fishing village considered a kind of paradise for its natural beauty. The clarity of the pristine turquoise colored waters, its white sand beaches, protected natural areas and the National Park make it one of the most important tourist destinations in Italy as well as in Sardinia.
A serene beach of fine sand inbetween Mediterranean natural curiosities, just ten minutes drive from the town of Olbia (Port and Airport). On one side it overlooks the magnificent view of Tavolara island park, behind it one can find a lagoon that is frequented by flamingos and other protected lagoon species.
Prices: 700 euro; exclusive double rooms available for 1.000 euro.
If you are interested in yoga practice without accomodation, it is 500 euro.
Drop in class 20 euro. For those who buy 5 classes 15 euro (accommodation and meals excluded)
When Mahi was eleven, his family members, being all Yogis, taught him yoga. The whole family belonged to the Yoga Meditation & Pranayama, therefore focusing on the spiritual development of a human. For example, Mahi’s father was a disciple of Sri Ramana Maharishi’s student. However, not only family members influenced Mahi on his way! He spent a lot of time learning hatha yoga, bhakti yoga, meditation and karma yoga with monks and swamis. https://www.mahipoweryoga.com
Around 18 years, Mahi went around India to continue his development on the yoga path, staying in Mysore, Bangalore, Rishikesh and some other places, absorbing different styles of teaching. However, it was never enough, so he went to senior Iyengar teachers, learning how to focus on technical aspects of hatha yoga alignments and anatomy. At his center he teaches the therapeutical effect of asanas and their adjustments. And this is exactly what allows Mahi to use yoga as a therapeutic way of healing people with various pathologies of the body.