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Slow School designs and curates deeply transformational experiences that promote reflection, self-discovery, authenticity, and creativity and brings these to a range of people in India.


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All Levels of Experience

What we offer

Our Courses

Theatre of the Oppressed is a 6-day workshop for 3 hours daily, which uses theatre as a tool for therapy and enables everyone to communicate with their bodies and become aware of their emotions and surroundings.
Meditative Pilgrimage is a 4-day journey through which the participants will be take to different traditional and cultural sites and led into different meditations and practices relevant to the place.
Bringing Your Yoga Practice Home is a 4-day yoga immersion program that enables you to find your yoga style and develop following practice sequence
Living in Stillness – Yin Yoga Retreat is a 5-day nourishing journey to experience a shift as mindfulness-based principles are incorporated to create a sense of calmness & reflection
Wisdom of Emptiness is a 8-day step-by-step journey to a deeper understanding of emptiness and its relevance to our own development of happiness and compassion
Radical Compassion and Profound Wisdom is a 7-day journey to deepen one’s understanding of the how and why of compassion and the application of wisdom, happiness and peace in one’s life.

Peter M. Senge

“I think that cultivation, ‘becoming a real human being,’ really is the primary leadership issue of our time, but on a scale never required before. It’s a very old idea that may actually hold the key to a new age of ‘global democracy.”


Inner Change

Slow The Slowing Down

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