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We came for the long weekend to attend a David Whyte workshop. Just the fact of being and sharing with David Whyte makes everything else less important. On top of that Kripalu is located on a beautiful setting with lots of tress, hiking trails and...More
My first visit to Kripalu was beyond what I expected...despite wonderful reviews from many friends. Yes, the food was "AMAZING", the instructors outstanding, the Healing Arts therapists cream of the crop, the setting simply beautiful. It was all of these wonderful experiences along with being...More
My boyfriend and I attended a weekend course here in late September. The setting is gorgeous - hills, trees, trails, lake. The main building used to be a monastery, and is clean but basic. We chose to stay at an airbnb nearby since the cost...More
My daughters took me to Kripalu as a belated Mother's Day gift. We had been looking forward to it for months. We were going for a weekend with the R&R option. We were looking so forward to the kayaking, paddle boarding, and hiking because we...More
I attended a weekend workshop. The speaker was disappointing, and the conference room was not air conditioned, so it was hot and humid in the room, which also smelled like feet because people are encouraged to sit in the carpeted room all day without their...More
It sounds like you'd be fine for a Rest and Retreat for as long as you'd like. The classes offered range from beginner to expert. Teachers all offer modifications to increase or decrease the intensity.
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I did not get the opportunity to do any of the healing arts services myself, but based on conversations at the time with other guests, the recommendation would be for the Shirodhara (Ayurvedic Relaxation... More
I did not get the opportunity to do any of the healing arts services myself, but based on conversations at the time with other guests, the recommendation would be for the Shirodhara (Ayurvedic Relaxation Treatment).
I would think that any of the Ayurvedic treatments would be worth it as this is not something you will usually get at a typical spa.
Hope this helps.
Have an enjoyable stay!