Garuda Retreat in lovely Torre Maizza, Savelletri Italy from 30th April – 4th May

This is a wonderful opportunity to experience a Garuda Retreat with James D”Silva in Savelletri, Italy from  30th April – 4th May, 2015.

Set just 500 meters from the Adriatic sea, the five star Masseria Torre Maizza, is a beautifully restored 16th century estate surrounded by the ancient olive groves of the Apulian countryside. It boasts an exclusive golf course, a luxurious heated pool and spa, and a private sandy beach club. Its restaurants are welcoming and delightful, taking advantage of the organic produce grown on site. Maizza”s exquisitely designed rooms and suites, each a perfect blend of rustic elegance and modern five star comfort, invite you to retreat in your own sanctuary.

The retreat will include 2-3 hours of Garuda daily, taught personally by James D”Silva. When not taking classes or enjoying the incredible meals, the guests can visit the scenic white-washed towns of Ostuni, Cisternino, & Martina Franca. Or enjoy the hotel”s private beach club, spa or pool or unwind with a round of golf. The hotel also offers cooking classes and complimentary use of bicycles to explore the estate and the beaches.


Superior Room: euro 1.500,00 per person + euro 1.100,00 for travel companion not participating in Garuda but sharing room

-Deluxe Room: euro 1.680,00 per person  + euro 1.200,00 for traveling companion not participating in Garuda but sharing room

-Jr. Suite:  euro 1.800,00 per person + euro 1.350,00 for traveling companion not participating in Garuda but sharing room

-Jr. Suite deluxe: euro 2.000,00 per person + euro 1.600,00 for traveling companion not participating in Garuda

-Superior Room Single Use: euro 1.900,00

-Deluxe Room Single Use: euro 2.300,00

All bookings are non-refundable so please secure a travel insurance policy.


For booking, please contact Masseria Torre Maizza:

T. +39 080 482 78 38.

“The Garuda method is the only movement strategy where my body feels the best. Happy exploring;-)) Enjoy the journey.”