Tapas Yoga India

About us

  • Tapas or Tap means “To heat, to shine and to burn” on the path that consists of a spectrum of practices that lead to the liberation from the grasps of illusions and ultimately leaves one standing on the door of Moksha, the utter bliss for the soul.

    Yoga meets Tap at crossroads that can show us a way out of the labyrinth of suffering and never-ending materialistic desires.
    Tapas Yoga( Yoga Alliance International US) delivers 100 hours Yin and Vinyasa yoga and 200 hours of multi-style Yoga teacher training in Goa, the land of sun, sand, and sea. We aspire to merge the body, mind, and soul in a union that binds one’s self to something that is greater than all of us.

    Our yoga teacher training courses offer a systematic routine that allows you to learn and love the art that is living. We believe in philosophy that can see the vast difference between living and existing, with Yoga that is best at its traditional self.

    Tapas Yoga welcomes everyone who’s on a journey to find themselves for a greater purpose or just to break free from the pattern of birth, old age, disease and death.

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Venue Highlights

Tapas Yoga( Yoga Alliance International US) delivers 100 hours Yin and Vinyasa yoga and 200 hours of multi-style Yoga teacher training in Goa, the land of sun, sand, and sea. We aspire to merge the body, mind, and soul in a union that binds one’s self to something that is greater than all of us. Our yoga teacher training courses offer a systematic routine that allows you to learn and love the art that is living. We believe in the philosophy that can see the vast difference between living and be existing, with Yoga that is best at its traditional self.

Amenities

  • Free Wifi
  • Spa
  • Free Parking
  • Kitchen
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Yoga Studio
  • House-Keeping
  • Bicycles For Rent

Menu Types

  • Vegetarian

Menu/Cuisine

BREAKFAST
Fruits
Yogurt/Milk/Soya milk
Sprouts
Porridge
Oats
Bread
Pancakes
Poha
Khichadi
Tea/Green Tea

LUNCH
Salad
Rice/ Pulao
Chapati
Different variety of vegetable curry
Pulses (Dal)
Chutney
Raita

DINNER
Soup
Rice/ Pulao
Chapati
Different variety of vegetable curry
Pulses (Dal)
Chutney
Dessert

Accommodations

Room amenities:- All rooms are equipped with twin beds which can be separated to share, fan and mosquito net. The annexed washrooms are outside and partly open to the sky. On request, we provide hot water in buckets. The toilets are mainly Indian style squat toilets, although some of the rooms are provided with western style toilets. We do not have an electricity backup generator in case of power failure; instead, we provide emergency solar lanterns.
Please note that in keeping with ethos of the place, the accommodation is built in a natural ecological style using materials that are available from the forest as well as recycled materials combined with a Touch of ecological modern high technology materials ( eco-logical -materials that have a low carbon foot print in the long run.)

Directions

The easiest way to get to Palolem is to take the train to Margao (called Madgaon in the rest of India) or fly to Goa Dabolim Airport(GOI) and pay for a Government approved fixed-price taxi to Palolem. Fixed-price taxis are available from the train station and from Goa Dabolim Airport(GOI) at Vasco da Gama.

Alternatively, Canacona is Palolem's nearest train station near about 2.5 km, approximately 5 minutes drive away, but for shorter journeys from other parts of India, it is almost always better to arrive by bus due to the remoteness of the train station from Palolem beach.

Backpackers may also take a State Transport bus from Margao Bus Stand to Canacona or Palolem. The journey by bus usually takes around 90 minutes and costs Rs. 40. If you alight at Canacona bus station, you can take an autorickshaw or taxi to Palolem Beach which is only about 3 km. The journey by bus is comfortable and the route is a scenic one. However, do keep in mind that local buses in Goa are not air-conditioned and at times quite dusty and busy. It is possible to walk from the bus station to Palolem, but might not be the ideal option on a hot sunny day.

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Why Retreat?

We asked people why they go on retreat, here's what they said:

Reconnecting with myself after a very crazy few months with a new baby! Just having that feeling of being grounded again. But also having an opportunity to connect with new amazing people. Getting exposed and Inspired by new (to me) yoga instructors (and community). Being in the presence of real, authentic and raw emotion (the whole spectrum).. So many reasons! Alyson
 

Retreat Guru's Vision

We believe human beings are innately wise, strong and kind. This wisdom, although not always experienced, is always present. Going on retreat is a beautiful way to reconnect to our basic sanity and health. Our aspiration at Retreat Guru is to inspire people to experience authentic retreats and reconnect with their innate wisdom, strength and kindness.

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