Holistic Wellness Retreats

Holistic Harmony retreats empower you to live the life of your dreams in beautiful places in the world and beyond. The highest truths are found deep within, and that to fully realize our innermost truths we need to embody health in every aspect of our lives, which will return us to health and wholeness. We believe that it is important to retreat from our busy lives and immerse ourselves in relaxation and self care. In Ayurveda, the “science of life” it is known that we need to take our bodies by giving it the right nutrition for the best digestion and absorption of nutrients and also the transformation of life experiences. Holistic Harmony retreats with Debbie offers educational tools to address physical, mental, and emotional digestion through yoga, holistic nutrition, Ayurvedic wellness practices, guided meditations, cleanses and much more! Access your full potential and receive support, encouragement, reflection, and guidance along your path to Wholeness in mind, body and spirit.

Bikram Yoga

The 90 minute practice is done in a hot room of approximately 105 degrees to promote detoxification via sweating. In addition, the heat provides a feeling of fluidity and elasticity in the muscles and is quite effective in reducing pain associated with restricted range of motion, especially near the joints.

Health Benefits

During our Bikram yoga practice, you will work every system of the body: skeletal, muscular, digestive, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, endocrine, reproductive, nervous, reproductive, and cardiovascular. Each yoga class offers a series of asanas (yoga postures) designed to cleanse and detoxify, to compress vital organs and manipulate blood flow to flush out unwanted toxins and to prevent clogging and blockages that can lead to disease.

  • Strengthens and firms all muscles
  • Increases circulation
  • Improves posture
  • Helps develop concentration, patience, and determination
  • Increased mental alertness
  • Improved concentration
  • Ability to focus while calming the mind

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga is referred to as the yoga of awareness. Born out of the influence of ancient Indian tradition, Kundalini yoga offers an opportunity to strengthen both your body and soul through meditation, breathing and yoga postures. Most people who practice Kundalini yoga on a regular basis agree, that you cannot stay the same when you practice Kundalini Yoga. The very nature of what Kundalini yoga does is to awaken the energy of consciousness. To practice in a way, sheds light on our self-imposed limitations and invites us to develop our intuitive mind. Being able to live from our intuitive mind in the present moment is one of the main goals of a Kundalini practitioner.

Debbie Reynolds (Gian Padmani Kaur) practices and teaches both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga at yoga retreats at different retreat locations around the world. She combines her passion for nature and travel with her love for yoga and vibrant health to share with others at these retreats.

Debbie promotes a daily Hatha practice as maintenance for the body — a great way to work out kinks in my in muscles and joints, to ground and calm the mind/body. She promotes a daily Kundalini practice as a way of transformation. The kriyas and meditations are much more specific than your Hatha practice, which focuses on physical alignment.  The kriyas in a Kundalini practice are a specific set of exercises that generate energy, organize that energy and deliver you to a specific energetic state — particularly one of greater awareness.

Also within the practice are built-in moments of stillness where one sits quietly to awaken to our Self. The breathwork within the kriyas is so powerful that it starts to strip away the layers that veil our consciousness. The kriyas work on strengthening your nervous system, balancing your glandular system, purifying the body and calming the mind.

The kriyas can be challenging both physically and mentally, but it is important to stay present and accept pleasure and pain as part of the same journey to health and balance. Our ego naturally leans towards pleasure and comfort. It takes concentrated effort and discipline to begin to release the ego’s grip on our consciousness. This effort is the work required to begin to access the truth of who we are, to create a strong connection to our Soul and therefore our purpose on this planet. It is where we start to make great strides toward living as an enlightened being.

Kundalini Yoga is not to be taken lightly. It is like an express train that shakes and wakes you up out of your unconscious behavior to live an enlightened life. Experience a holistic wellness retreat with Debbie and try Kundalini Yoga for yourself. She highly recommends it as a way to stay healthy and whole in mind, body and spirt!