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Sept 1-6 2025    The Sanctuary in Koh Phangan, Thailand 

Sacred Self: Yoga and Ecstatic Dance Retreat 

The island of Koh Phangan, Thailand, is a magical place. Many have traveled here to unlearn the conditioning of the world and come back home to themselves. This yoga and ecstatic dance retreat offers a journey inward, together, in paradise! Our somatic wellness retreat theme is the Sacred Self. Join us to reconnect, revitalize and redefine the Self. Combining the daily, intentional movement practices, with the incredibly beautiful surroundings, nourishing food and loving community, this is sure to be a once in a lifetime experience!

Tropical Beach

This retreat is for you if...

  • You desire a fresh perspective and renewed relationship to Self

  • You are willing to unlearn through meditation, yoga and dance

  • You need some rest in paradise

  • You are craving fresh, nourishing food and coconuts


Included in your adventure

  • Speedboat to island from airport  

  • Your Choice of Bungalow

  • Daily Breakfast 

  • Fresh Juice and Coconuts 

  • Daily Intuitive Mvmt Yoga & Ecstatic Dance 

  • Yin Yoga

  • Cacao Ceremony & 5 Elements Dance

  • Solo/Rest Time

  • 2 Massages


Space is very limited for this Thailand retreat!
Sign up early to grab your spot in paradise.


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Explore our workshops

Intuitive Mvmt & Yin Yoga 

Our daily movement practices will vary between Yoga and Ecstatic Dance. Intuitive Mvmt is a practice that creates space for you to become a master of your own inner landscape. We use Somatic Activated Healing tools like mantra, breathwork and movement to grow empowered in our own skin. Yin Yoga is a slow and meditative practice, meant to nourish the structural pieces of the body - your joints/ligaments/tendons. Adding Yin Yoga to your practice increases full body awareness and creates a holistic practice that cares for your body inside and out.

Cacao Ceremony & 5 Elements Dance

Cacao opens the heart and increases unconditional self love. 5 Elements Dance is a ecstatic dance practice, using the wisdom of each element to inspire the movement. Combining these two healing tools allows for radical self inquiry - losing yourself and finding yourself on the dance floor! 

Esctatic Dance

Accommodation & Pricing

The Sanctuary is where the jungle meets the sea! Some of the bungalows are very open, and your closest neighbors can be friendly jungle creatures such as geckos, monitor lizards, bats, moths, the occasional Sanctuary cat and the very rarely-spotted snake. If you prefer more enclosed, concrete style with air conditioning, please choose the Garden Suite Deluxe accommodation.


The price listed below includes:

  • Your room from August 31-Sept 7

  • Speed boat ride from the airport to the island on August 31

  • Daily breakfast, juice and coconuts

  • 2 Massages 

  • Daily practice and workshops

  • Time to explore the island

The price listed below does not include:

  • Your airfare

  • Daily lunch/dinner - there are many affordable restaurants on the island within walking distance of your accommodation that meet every variety of dietary needs for you to enjoy!

  • Extended stay prior to August 31 or after Sept 7 


Photo by Spark Photography

Coconut Trees

The Journey..

The Sanctuary is located on the island of Koh Phangan, Thailand. If you are coming from the USA, my travel tips are: 

Option 1: Fly in to Bangkok, Thailand on your preferred airline. Book second flight on Bangkok Airways to Koh Samui. Breaking up flights like this can be more budget friendly! August 31 meet us in the designated spot to take the speed boat directly to Koh Phangan.

Option 2: Fly straight to Koh Samui. August 31 meet us in the designated spot to take the speed boat directly to Koh Phangan. 

*If you are traveling from the USA, note the time difference. Be mindful to double check times as you are booking your flights. 

*If you arrive earlier or later than August 31, there are many options to get to the island on your own! Follow these directions provided by The Sanctuary!


Photo by Spark Photography 

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