Eudisha Balikaran
Eudisha Balikaran is a natural health therapist who has been in practice for over 8 years. She received an advanced accreditation in Colon Hydrotherapy from the Chi Centre School in South Africa. Eudisha has extensive experience in both the closed and open colon hydrotherapy systems. She is a member of the Global Professional Association for Colon Therapists (GPACT). Eudisha has also completed a course in Nutrition Facilitation with Stuart Wilson and Associates and is currently in her final year of naturopathic nutrition with the College of Natural Health. She has also achieved her Reiki Masters. Her continuous study and development in the field of natural and alternate health is attributed to her passion and belief that nature provides us with many healing tools to achieve optimum health and well-being – we just have to know where to look and how to use them!
Brenda Mc Fee
Brenda Mc Fie is a multi-modalitied Holistic Health Practitioner. She has been in this field for 20 years and is an Energy Medicine Specialist and Instructor, A Professional Specialised Kinesiologist and Teacher and a Reiki Master and Teacher. Brenda’ Bachelors Degrees are in Education and Metaphysics and she holds a Masters of Science Degree in Integrative Holistic Health from the Energy Medicine University in California. She is busy completing her PhD. in Divinity focusing on Pastural Counselling and heads up the Energy Medicine at Fordoun. One of Brenda’s main aims in life is to enhance balance, harmony and truth where ever she is. Her intuitive abilities aid in assessing imbalances and she finds solutions in the modalities she has studied as well as being Divinely guided.
Kaley Symons
Tri yoga is the art and science of yoga flow, uniting breath, hand gestures with flowing and sustained postures. It has the inherent qualities of rhythmic pacing, relaxation in action, wavelike spinal movements and economy of motion. Within each level students develop precise natural alignment, strength, flexibility,  endurance and a longer more rhythmic breath. When the body breath and hand madras (gestures) harmonise, the inner flow of prana (vital energy) is experienced. Continued practice makes the body calm and full of energetic life force. 
Kaley will guide you systematically through 7 series of yoga flows teaching students to apply the principles of yoga flow to everyday life. One begins to feel the life force increase. Extension in all directions expands awareness. Relaxation in action allows one to maintain balance. Rhythm of body and breath tunes one in to the inner dance. Economy of motion cultivates having only thoughts that are needed. Wavelike spinal movements remind us to remain at peace.
Danielle Marais
Danielle is has over 6 years experience in the fitness industry. She qualified through F.I.T principles and completed the Ace personal training course in 2009. In 2010 she discovered her passion for group training and qualified as a group instructor in stretch and  body conditioning. Danielle is also a dance major and associate. She is currently studying to be a dance teacher through the Association of International Dance Teachers. She recently completed nutrition and sports nutrition courses and is passionate about getting you moving through your detox programme.
Dr. Tharique Bux
Dr. Tharique Bux is a graduate of the University Of Natal (now Nelson Mandela) Medical School. He has been in private practice since 1991 and currently practises integrative medicine at the Health Extension Clinic, in Johannesburg. He is a fellow of the South African Academy of Anti-Aging and Integrative Medicine and believes in treating patients holistically. His special interest is in hormone balancing and stress management, focusing on lifestyle change and nutriceutical (naturally derived) supplementation in the treatment and prevention of disease. “Hormone and biochemical imbalances are the underlying cause of conditions affecting most of people”.
Kerri-lee Nel
Kerri’s formal education includes a BA sport psychology degree, BA Sport science (honours) degree, Personal Fitness trainer diploma and a Clinical Nutrition (UK) diploma. Kerri has been a personal trainer, group instructor and wellness coach for 12 years. She also incorporates her vast international experience (UK and USA) and latest trends and research into her lectures and workshops. Kerri has been involved in the formulation of the Namaste Detox programmes bringing in her wealth of knowledge on fitness and nutrition.
Varsha Ramesar
Varsha’s  journey as a coach began five years ago when she discovered her purpose in working with individuals and organizations to enable them to recognize and live into their potential. In practice, this is achieved through the raising of the self-awareness of the individual client, supporting them to increase the breadth and adaptability of their styles and behaviour, to gain in self-confidence and resilience and discover more effective and sustainable ways of achieving their goals. This is accomplished using a host of models and tools, which are underpinned by an integral approach to coaching. Varsha has been involved in the formulation of the Namaste Detox programmes bringing in knowledge of group dynamics and life and wellness coaching.
Jules Minton
Jules is the General Manager of Fordoun Hotel & Spa, she has been a part of Namaste Retreats since inception. Jules together with the chef and house-keeping staff ensure that our guests every need is taken care of during their stay at Fordoun. You will be made to feel part of the family from the moment you arrive.
Elliot Ndlovu
Traditional African Healer Dr Elliot Ndlovu, Inyanga (medicinal healer) and Sangoma (spiritual healer) shares with our guests the wisdom and healing powers of Africa. In Elliot’s garden at Fordoun we have over 120 different species of healing plants. We also have two African therapy rooms and Elliot’s consulting room. All built and designed in the traditional Zulu style.