Varun Singal

An ex corporate enthusiast and an academic with a background in law, accounting and finance who left the comforts of the first world and found his solace in the spiritual realm of yoga.

Having grown up in Corbusier's Chandigarh and travelled extensively through the globe he quickly fell in love with the old world charm of the sussegado lifestyle in goa. In 2015, he decided to combine his passion for yoga and love for people by conceptualising this retreat which aims at reintroducing holistic yoga practices in a modern and luxurious setting.

The retreat which has been thoughtfully curated, designed and decorated by Varun himself has fast become a symbol of peace, generosity and truly relaxing without prejudice.

Fatima Laska

Born in Poland and raised in Beirut, on the Mediterranean coast, Fatima has always had a passion to travel the world. After completing her education in Lebanon, she left for the Alps in Switzerland to study hospitality at the prestigious school of hotel management, Les Roches.

A hospitality background opened doors to work and immerse herself in several countries around the globe like Egypt, Dubai, Shanghai, Paris, and now India.

From teaching English to children in China, to working in kitchens in Paris, and bartending in Egypt, Fatima has stayed true to her passion of exploring and really living in different parts of the world.

In 2015, when she visited India, she felt instantly connected and drawn to the unique, diverse, and rich culture of India. She decided to study and immerse herself in yoga and ayurveda and has since studied at the Yoga Institute in Mumbai and has privately trained under her Guru post the completion of her program. A year later, after an intensive and enriching training, she's decided to make this her full time life to continue exploring yoga as a student and now as a teacher.

B.K.S Iyengar says it take 12 years to learn the practice of yoga.

Fatima plans to invest time learning, growing, and teaching the art of yoga.

Through correct body alignment and breathing techniques, Fatima hopes to provide you with the maximum benefit of yoga. She will be using techniques of Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga in a Vinyasa flow, which will help make the body feel light, energized and center the mind.