A full week of family relaxation
A Yoga Retreat is the best opportunity to find deep relaxation and fill you with new energy for your daily life. The regular practice of meditation, yoga and breathing exercises (Pranayama) gives you strength, relaxation and inspiration. The yogic vegetarian diet will help the body to feel full of wellness and will balance the mind.
Recommended for persons with previous practice as well as beginners.
- Proper exercise (Asanas): Increases flexibility, stimulates blood circulation and strengthens the internal organs.
- Proper breathing (Pranayama): Connects the body to its battery, the solar plexus, where energy reserves are stored.
- Proper relaxation (Savasana): A few minutes of physical, mental and spiritual relaxation reduces stress and fatigue.
- Proper diet: Vegetarian food is fresh, natural and healthy, and can be easily digested and absorbed.
- Positive thinking and meditation (Vedanta and Dhyana) is the key to inner peace.
Yoga for children (from 5 years old)
This Retreat is the perfect opportunity for parents and children to share the experience of Yoga, creating bonds that last a lifetime. To make the Yoga practice more enjoyable for kids, games, asanas, breathing and relaxation will alternate.
Satsang practices (songs-kirtan, storytelling) and asanas are held separately from adults, with outdoor activities and nature walks.
Children under the age of 5 must be under the care of parents or guardians.
The schedule for children includes two meals and two vegetarian snacks.
What to bring
A blanket and yoga mat for asana classes, a pillow and meditation shawl, comfortable clothing, shoes for walking in the countryside and a flashlight.
We recommend participation in all activities. The consumption of meat, fish, alcohol, coffee, eggs and drugs and nudist practices are strictly prohibited.
|6:30 am||Meditation, mantra chanting and lecture|
|8:00 am||Asanas, pranayama and relaxation|
|12 noon||Silent walk|
|2:00 pm||Workshop or lecture|
|4:00 pm||Asanas, pranayama and relaxation|
|8:00 pm||Meditation, mantra chanting and lecture|