This retreat house is the heart of the creativity and development of all the projects that Sadhana Singh is committed to honor and deliver.
It is the space where trainers of teams and friends meet, share and grow.
Time to time more trainings, seminars and events are hosted in this seminar house in which the peace of nature, organic food and the good vibes of the yoga practice are combined to be a transformational environment to cultivate the self and common spirit of acquarian people.
For those who feel a deep connection with the teachings of yoga, it is possible to apply to visit Sebomai through one of our Sebomai Programs.
With Sadhana Singh you learn from an authentic source, join the practice with others, share time with the Sangat from all parts of the world.
The house is of four hundred square meters
accommodates up to 20 people in rooms of three, four, five and eight people
Enjoy a retreat surrounded by tranquility and nature. In this special and intimate place which is still close to all you may need.
Sebomai accompanies you in your retreat or course giving you all the flavor and sensations that are born in the heart of our cook and that arrive of the highest quality. Offering you in every season the vegetables and herbs of our biological garden and the fruit of our trees
Around the house aromatic herbs and mediterranean species perfume the garden, together with the unique aroma of the Indian Tulsi that cleanses and purifies the environment. Enjoy our biological garden, a vast olive grove and a grove of fruit trees.
Sebomai is located on a beautiful hill that descends gradually offering a privileged view of the Tevere Valley from the Lower Sabina, more commonly known as the Sabina Romana. A territory rich in pre-Roman and Etruscan history, famous for its nature and gastronomic tradition.
The etymological root of the word Sabina seems to come from the Greek Sebomai, from which our home takes its name to cultivate the relationship with your spirit. Formerly used in biblical texts, and generally translated as devotion and worship, it carries within itself an attitude of reverence, recognition and the desire to honor the infinity of the Universal Soul.