Love Unlimited Tantra Retreat


After receiving several of requests for more yoga-tantra retreats, David and Nickles are joining forces again to offer another.

Love Unlimited will expand on the themes of previous retreats (Seeds of Desire in September 2017 and Aspects of Self Love in December 2017) and is designed to appeal both to those who want to develop their experiences from our earlier events and to those wanting to join us for the first time.

Our aim will be to offer again a beautiful, affectionate and challenging exploration, this time focusing on sharing energy, intimacy and vulnerability and communicating our own loving qualities in a conversational and symbiotic exchange that fosters warmth and wellbeing.

David and Nickles met a few years ago in London on a weekend yoga workshop. As their paths crossed again in early 2017, they decided to put together their experiences and skills with the aim of offering you the chance to know yourself better: tantra is the understanding of who we are, deeply, in our very core, so we are able to live fully and enjoy our lives in every aspect.

Open to 18+ men, this workshop will give you the opportunity to enjoy a bonding, holistic retreat: with only six guests and two teachers, each of you will get plenty of personal attention, to improve your self-understanding and acceptance, through tantra and nude yoga sessions. This mini retreat is suitable and open to all levels of practitioners, regardless of your experience with yoga and/or tantra.

During this weekend, our tantric exploration will give you a global view on how tantra transcends your life and expands your consciousness. The programme will include morning tantra yoga flow on the terrace, followed by a workshop (mindfulness meditation, tantra, massage, intimacy sessions …) and an evening session. Our ultimate purpose is to give you the tools you need to help you move towards self-realisation.

In the afternoons, you will have plenty of time to relax and revive on the lounge terrace, wander in the ancient town, visit the local naturist beach or explore the nearby coast and mountains. You will stay in a centuries-old traditional Andalusian house on a hill in the ancient medina of Velez-Malaga, southern Spain; a naturist home with a twist of India and a verdant hideaway (see the house at

Practical details:

When: Friday, April 13, to Monday, April 16, 2018.

Please aim to arrive at on the Friday by 2pm; the workshop will end on Monday at around 1pm. For those who would like to arrive a day or so earlier or leave later, please contact David ( directly.

Location: Velez-Malaga is about 35km from Malaga Airport and only 5km from the local nudist beach. The village is easily reachable by bus (direct from Malaga).

Accommodation: Casa Pantha welcomes you in its guest area, with two double-bed rooms and a two-single-bed room (if you’re attending alone, please be prepared to share a bed).

Meals: Each day, a selection of foods will be available for you to create your own breakfast. An Indian-inspired evening meal will be served at Casa Pantha on the Friday, giving you the opportunity to explore and sample the rich local cuisine of Velez-Malaga and Torre Del Mar the other days.

Price:   Early bird price, available until February 16, 2018, £325 (around €365, depending on exchange rates).

After February 16, 2018, £350 (around €395, depending on exchange rates).

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David: ( Through years of practice and study, David has developed a unique practice, with a simple and effective method of teaching. His physical practice of yoga embraces the “Universal Principles of Alignment” (from the Anusara and Iyengar approaches) in which he spiritually incorporates the wisdom and compassion of the Buddhist tradition, believing in « The intrinsic kindness and beauty of every being » as found in the Kashmir Shaivism Tantra tradition.

Because David’s style is enhanced by his experience as an Ayurveda practitioner, yoga therapist and tantra practitioner, all workshops and retreats, from a restorative/relaxing approach to the more powerful and challenging practice, are designed according to the students’ levels and needs.

Practicing yoga in its wholeness (which includes tantra traditions, postures and movements, meditation, breathing techniques (pranayama), massage, intimacy, self-exploration and acceptance …) is to become aware of what takes place in our body/mind/spirit, to serve ourselves and be open to everything around us. It is about learning to accept and love ourselves such as we are. It is about finding our own authentic values, through a holistic and individual approach to life, to discover who we really are and to find our true place.

Every person in David’s sessions is respected and honored within his abilities and limitations, not judged but completely accepted just as they are, supported and empowered on their own path. The experience helps to reveal and cultivate the best of the student, which is already to be found within.

Nickles: ( Taking a pragmatic, grounded and student-centred approach to teaching, based on foundations of health, safety and fun, Nickles also embraces the broader, holistic aspects of yoga. His exploration of tantra has included a three-year diploma and courses in many forms of touch and bodywork. Nickles has been a yogi for over a decade and his teaching experience spans more than five years.

Our bodies hold remarkable secrets and revealing them can be exciting, liberating and healing. Yoga, meditation, breathing practices, touch and tantra can awaken powerful physical responses while offering us new perspectives on ourselves and making valuable contributions to the experiences of those around us.