The Moon Shala is a sustainable cobb (straw bale and mud building) designed and built by natural builder extraordinaire Tom Rijven and his inspiring students and friends. This wonderful organic structure is located in our olive grove with stunning views of rolling hills and a ruined monastery.
The Moon Shala contains Manduka mats and blocks, blankets, straps and bolsters for sixteen people, which it can hold comfortably.
Beautiful murals grace the walls painted by well-known yoga artist, Terri Duan. The floor in the shala is made from local pine and the wooden high ceiling resembles the inner structure of an umbrella.
The atmosphere inside the shala feels very different from being inside a concrete or brick building. It is as if the building itself is a breathing, living organism.
We are in the process of creating a living garden of succulents and other plants on the roof of the Moon Shala. After the heat of the summer, we will also be landscaping around the Shala
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