Ayurvedic Fasting Week

in Andalusia

02.05. - 09.05.21

What is an ayurvedic fasting?

This Ayurvedic fasting cure lasts one week and includes 1-2 days of relaxation and recovery. Each cure is individual and is adapted to the existing constitution type. The Kapha type fasts only with hot water, a little rice broth and the ginger tea. Vata and Pitta get 2-3 warm meals and a light rice soup, vegetable soup or kitchari. The focus is on strengthening the digestive fire and removing toxins from the body. Ayurvedic teaching is based on the conception of five great elements - water, fire, earth, air and wind. These 5 elements are assigned to the 3 doshas - Pitta, Vata and Kapha.

A new understanding of the diet, an adapted yoga program and suitable exercises bring people back into harmony with nature.
With an Ayurveda fasting cure, we not only relieve the body, but also the spirit, the mind and the emotions. It is highly recommended
Prepare for the fast one to two weeks in advance by eating foods such as sugar, gluten, dairy products, meat, frozen products,
Refrained from caffeine, nicotine and alcohol. Learning to fast is very important for a better understanding of how to take care of your body and mind.

The body knows how to heal itself and will do so if we provide it with the right nourishment.

Why to fast?

Fasting has many positive effects. The digestive organs come to rest and can recover. Many substances that have deposited in the various places (often weak points) in the body are mobilized and transported out of the body. So there is a kind of purification going on. Deposits, fats and toxins (ama) are broken down and excreted through the breath, the skin and the digestive organs. Ayurveda says that Ama, which means undigested, is the main cause of all diseases. This thorough, internal cleansing of the body also continues on the mind and soul. The cleaning processes enable deep self-knowledge and processes of detachment from old patterns and dependencies. Often a state of clarity, calm and peace arises. Thus the fasting person has the opportunity for an inner conversion.

And what comes after...

Ayurveda says you are not just what you eat, you are what you digest. Therefore, it is important to maintain a suitable diet even after the fast. A diet tailored to your own Dosha will strengthen the digestive fire in the long term. Less toxins are formed in the body and a strong immune system is created. At the end of this cure you will receive from me a nutrition plan adapted to your Dosha and many delicious Ayurvedic recipes. Through my numerous fasting cures, which I have been doing since 2010, I was able to gain a lot of experience and knowledge. I am happy to pass these experiences on to you and accompany you on your way to a healthy diet and lifestyle even after the cure.

Daily routine

  • 7.30 a.m. - 9.30 a.m. Ayurvedic morning routine, yoga and breathing exercises
  • 9.30 a.m. - 10 a.m., adapted meals, then broth or water every hour
  • 10:00 am - 4:15 pm free time, walks, workshops, lectures, excursions
  • 4:15 - 5:45 p.m. Yoga, mantra singing, meditations, relaxation exercises
  • 6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. adapted catering
  • 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Massages, exchanges, walks, sauna

Participation in the day program is voluntary.

Seminar price including accommodation, meals and an Abhyanga massage
559 € / week / per person for two in a double room
Single supplement 100 €

Transport from / to the airport € 20 per person / trip
Airfare is not included in the price.

The seminar fee must be paid in advance to the account:

Monika Krabac
IBAN: DE02 2004 1111 0464 5172 00

Ich freue mich auf dich!

Monika Krabac

Ayurvedic fasting leader, nutritionist, masseuse and yoga teacher


An oasis of calm awaits you here, the Villa El Morisco, surrounded by a charming hilly landscape. The villa is located on a 6 hectare site with more than a thousand mango-olive-orange-avocado and chirimoya trees on the coast of Andalusia about 20 km east of Malaga. The sauna and pool of the nearby Finca El Morisco can be used.

More pictures of Villa El Morisco: www.villaelmorisco.com