Woods at Sasan provides holistic wellbeing experience that cares for our guests’ food habits - not just what but how and when we eat. Sattvic lifestyle promotes food habits that is pure, essential, natural, energy-giving, conscious, honest and wise. Our care for the guests’ wellbeing is founded on 4 sattvic lifestyle principles.
Food that comes straight from sources that are known, not processed or manufactured so to not subtract its natural elements.
Increased awareness in on community involvement in ingredient sourcing and nutritional and cultural properties of food.
Immersive experience carefully considering - not just what but - how food is enjoyed.
Living in tune with what nature offers - our inner body being in synch with rising and setting of the sun to fine-tune our balance.
We have carefully researched and developed nutritional meal plans to suit our guests’ modern-day nutritional needs. You can book these meal plans directly on our website or you can contact us for more information.
|9:30am||Healthy, nutritional breakfast with daily selection of cook-to-order plates|
|12:30pm||Light, three-course nutritional lunch|
|7:30pm||Course dinner at any outlet of choice|
|On Request||Optional pre-breakfast in private|
|9:30am||Healthy, nutritional breakfast, at your own pace|
|12:30pm||Celebratory, social, long-lunch|
|7:30pm||Signature dining experience of calm and intension, ‘Silent Dinner’|
Divinising food by first offering it to the gods has been a ritual since time immemorial across all cultures. Association of food with divinity is evident in these rituals, yet another question arises. Does food become divine by virtue of its offering to the gods? Does it lose its divine connection in the absence of said offering? Throughout time, all cultures have been promoting traditional, seasonal, and local food that should be eaten in gratitude and remembrance of a higher power.
This ancient wisdom of sattvic diet touches upon a wide spectrum of matters related to our physical, mental and spiritual health. At the core of this wisdom lies the idea that an ideal, balanced human existence requires a restful soul, a regulated mind and a healthy body. And it all begins with sattvic diet, which has always been a foundational human food habit, whether consciously or unconsciously.
Sattva means quality of purity and sat means truth, so in its totality sattvic diet is interpreted as eating simple, pure, wholesome food that is eaten of honest earnings and gratitude. Sattvic food synergises with our inner prana or cosmic energy and resonates perfectly with our circadian rhythms. Consequently, the virtue that is sattva, becomes us when we consume sattvic food rich in energy and nutrition; fresh from the source; light on seasoning; and of course, cooked with love. A lifestyle deeply rooted in sattvic habits promotes longevity, keeps our minds relaxed, our spirits high and our souls at peace. With such clarity and calm, we can achieve excellence in every action; after all isn’t that one of the purposes of human life?