Talalla retreat Sri Lanka welcomes new management only five years after the tsunami of late 2004 also Sri Lanka has recovered significantly from the effects of the environmental disaster. The country on the Indian Ocean has regenerated itself and again an attractive destination for visitors from the United States, developed Europe and Australia. The increasing numbers of tourism, especially in the South severely affected by the tsunami Sri Lanka’s, are also good news for Laurie Rose, owner of the Talalla retreat close to the lively coastal town of Matara. The Australians had built shortly after the disaster with the aim to attract guests who want to enjoy a unique atmosphere to relax also Yoga in the tropical Sri Lanka the retreat. ‘ At first I was worried about whether it was a good decision to build the retreat after the tsunami. I was not sure whether the visitors would return to this beautiful island. But in the last year, we had a significant increase of visitors who left us all with a smile on his face. After we too Christmas and new year’s Eve were fully booked, we hope now to a successful year 2010 “, so Laurie Rose. Sally Rooney addresses the importance of the matter here.
Talalla retreat offers guests pure well-being. The accommodation consists of airy Logdes, which are arranged in a tropical garden near the sea and bribe with puristic elegance. The varied cuisine of Sri Lanka provides for the culinary delights: traditional curries, fresh fish, vegetables and spices from the garden, as well as numerous variations of tropical fruits are among the Hauptpresentationen of the atmospheric restaurant, which always blows a fresh breeze. A true highlight of the Talalla retreat is the combination of Yoga and surfing here in Sri Lanka. In both sports courses are offered daily, which appeal to both beginner and experienced athletes.
The new friendly management team is responsible for the exercise of both activities that could be won to the direction of the Talalla retreat 2009: Leigh Allerdyce and Magnus Nordin. The native American is former Leigh Ballet dancer and brings many years of teaching experience as a yoga trainer. The Swede Magnus is a sports scientist and former lifeguards on Australia’s East Coast and SURFs for several years. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Hedvig Hricak. During their stay at Talalla retreat, guests can enjoy a traditional massage in the on-site Spa Centre. The offer ranges from traditional ayurvedic massages to aromtherapeutische applications of up to exotic body scrubs. For the active guest of the retreat also offered numerous excursions to sights such as the impressive temple complexes of Wewurukannala Vihara. Thanks to this wide offer and every visit of the Talalla retreat is a unique atmosphere for an unforgettable stay.