Workshops and Retreats
“Yoga allows you to rediscover a sense of wholeness in your life, where you do not feel like you are constantly trying to fit broken pieces together.”
― B.K.S. Iyengar
Intensives and yoga retreats in Adelaide give you an opportunity to deepen your yoga practice both through your understanding of the poses and through an increase in strength, stamina and flexibility that comes with daily practice. Attending one of the intensives or the April retreat can take your yoga to a new level.
- Yoga intensives give you an opportunity to do yoga daily.
- You step out of your daily routine into a rejuvenating program of yoga and meditation.
- You build your strength and stamina quickly.
- You can attempt poses that are more challenging.
- You can develop a home practice.
- You can learn meditation.
- You can learn pranayama – the art of conscious breathing
Workshop for Painful, Stiff or Weak Shoulders
Afternoon workshop with Vanessa shribman, yoga teacher for nearly 30 years and physiotherapist.
Date: Sunday November 11th from 2-5pm
The workshop will help you to understand the functional anatomy of your shoulder and why it is restricted. It will cover common conditions of the shoulder and how to work with those conditions with yoga.
All levels of experience welcome.
Summer Intensive 2019 – Connecting the breath
As we move deeper into yoga poses the breath also becomes slow deep and long. this 5 day intensive will explore how the poses work with the breath. Each day starts with yoga breathing (pranayama), meditation and is followed by 2 hours of dynamic yoga.
All levels welcome.
Date: 2nd – 6th January 9-11.30am
Cost: $200, Early bird $180 if paid before December 15th
Bali Retreat 2019
Starts – Sat 24th August at 4pm
Ends – Friday 30th August at 1pm
The retreat will be held in Life in Amed Boutique Hotel in the Village of Lean in Amed in the region of Karangasem in East Bali. One of the most beautiful and unspoiled areas on the island, far from the crowds and tourism of Kuta, but only 3 hours from the airport.
Amed is best known for it’s shipwrecks and deep sea diving, snorkeling and fishing trips, or a place to relax and soak up the sun and enjoy Balinese Village life.
The hotel was built with a blend of Balinese and modern design, on flat land right on the beach, elegant decor, fine bedding and furnishings, natural stone bathrooms, views of the ocean, swimming pool and lush fragrant gardens.
Booking details to follow (please contact us directly on email@example.com or (08) 8295 2298 in the meantime).