There is no kinder gift to yourself than a Kaliyoga retreat
The style and mood of Kaliyoga’s retreats has been described as kind, uplifting, intimate, non-denominational, free from dogma, with 100% freedom to be completely relaxed. Our staff are hand picked for their willingness and ability to tune in and support each guest in a natural way that brings out the best in everyone.
“Is Kaliyoga suitable for a solo traveller?” Yes, Kaliyoga is ideal for the solo traveller. We encourage everyone to participate in the activities, yet each individual is equally invited to do their own thing, e.g. switch off the alarm clock, leave the phone in a drawer, snooze in a hammock, journal your dreams, indulge yourself in holistic treatments.
Kaliyoga’s secret ingredient is Inner Peace.
En-suite accommodation - gallery
Daily yoga & meditation sessions - morning & evening
Optional therapeutic treatments & massages
Sound bath session
Gourmet vegetarian cuisine
Herbal teas, fresh juices & sweet treats
Swimming pool, infra-red sauna, hammocks
Guided hill walking in spring and autumn
Compassionate staff - about us
A range of natural health treatments available every afternoon, including different massages and therapeutic modalities that would be hard to beat anywhere in the world. No need to book in advance, you can arrange and pay for sessions as you go.
Yoga classes with Kaliyoga's experienced in-house teacher, every morning and evening. Morning sessions are moderately active; evenings are restorative. We aim for yoga to be accessible to all, whether old or young, supple or stiff. Meditation is included in every class. [note - no evening session on Wednesday]
Blog: 'Yoga is not a fancy name for stretchy exercise'
‘I’d give KaliYoga 5000 stars if possible. Lovely place, great people, super chilled and loving vibe, very personal and real.’
Martje from Holland
Kaliyoga is located in rural countryside between the villages of Lanjarón and Orgiva, south of Granada in the region called 'Las Alpujarras', renowned for white hilltop villages and steeply terraced groves of olive, almond, avocado and lemon. Certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve, it is one of the finest walking and cycling areas in southern Europe.