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Transformational Yoga and Meditation Retreat at Jungle Yoga, Thailand March 2014

16 March, 2014 - 30 March, 2014


There are still a few spaces left on the second week of this retreat. Please click here to learn how to join us.

This is a unique opportunity to transform your life . Kim has dedicated over 2 decades to exploring the timeless traditions of yoga, Tibetan Buddhism and contemplative practices and will expertly guide you to reconnect with your inner wisdom, paving the way to emotional balance and deep contentment. In addition to daily yoga practice, meditation and discussion, we’ll explore ways to develop a sustainable home practice and how to work with obstacles on the path to creating a healthy, vibrant life.

Space is limited, so this will be an intimate retreat in one of the most gorgeous wilderness parks (and oldest rainforest) in the world.  

Accommodation and the yoga sala are on floating rafts on a massive reservoir nestled against limestone cliffs and old growth rainforest.

Visit Jungle Yoga’s website (www.jungleyoga.com) for a tour of the facilities.



Here’s what you will take home from this program:

  • Detailed yoga asana technique that highlights listening to the subtle cues of YOUR body
  • Modifications for certain postures appropriate to various stages and circumstances of your life
  • A solid foundation in sitting meditation practice, including individual guidance so you can develop your own personal practice
  • An understanding of how to create a context for the practice and apply it to choices in your life
  • Resources and references for continued educationJYLanding Page 3


  • THB 29,000 (USD 915) per week
  • THB 50,000 or (USD 1580) for two weeks

The price includes:

  • Daily yoga and meditation instruction, creative exercises, group discussion, handouts
  • Group transportation from Surat Thani Airport to the Lake venue and return.   (Any other travel arrangements – such as arrival at Phuket or Krabi airports,  or land arrival by train or bus, will be an additional charge
  • Accommodation in floating bungalow
  • Three meals per day, made by excellent local cooks.  Fresh vegetables and fruits from the local market, fish from the lake, meats or other proteins from the daily local fresh market. Of course we can and will accommodate special food requests:  vegetarians, vegan, food allergies, etc.   Prior notice is appreciated.
  • Beverages:   Pressed coffee, black and local green tea, unlimited drinking water.
  • Kayak use, there are quite a few kayaks available.


Additional expenses include:JYLanding page 4

  • one time 200 baht National Parks of Thailand entrance fee


Additional costs you might like to have money for:

  • masseuse 600 baht per hour for Thai massage
  • fresh young coconuts
  • a small retail shop on site carrying various yoga clothing and miscellaneous toiletries are available 
  • tips for staff (personal decision – if appropriate)

Please send a non-refundable deposit of $300 to reserve your place. Balance is due one month prior to the beginning of retreat.

Send to Siam Commercial Bank (bank details available on request) or via Paypal account papayayoga@gmail.com

If you must cancel your booking, a refund  (minus deposit) will be sent up to 90 days prior to the retreat date.  If cancelled less than 90 days prior to retreat date, no refunds will be offered.  

There are a couple of scholarships available to be awarded based on need. Work-study is also available for individuals with certain skills. Please write to kim@kimroberts.co for more information.

This Transformational Yoga and Meditation Retreat at Jungle Yoga, Thailand March 2014 is a rare opportunity to study with a highly experienced teacher of both Ashtanga yoga and sitting meditation, in one of the most beautiful settings in the world.



Jungle Yoga
Khao Sok National Park
Surat Thani, Thailand
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Kim Roberts
+66 (0)82 412 0231
info (at) toolsforevolution (dot) org

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