“Meditation is not a technique it is a journey.”
A yoga retreat is the perfect opportunity to escape the demands of modern life and take some time out to breathe, relax and recharge. Days typically involve an early morning yoga lesson then a long lazy breakfast outside under the trees, a morning at leisure with optional massages and treatments and then a long lazy lunch. Afternoons are spent by the pool with an early evening meditative practice before supper. All food is vegetarian.
I usually take retreats with another very experienced teacher, Christina Jones, www.yoga-flow.co.uk.
Visiting India or the Far East we travel to two or three places of interest as well as spending a week focussing on yoga and enjoying a well-earned break.
A weekend or longer taking time to focus on a key aspect of yoga with classes on both theory and practice.
“I joined Bea and Christina’s first yoga retreat in 2016 as it offered me the chance to extend my understanding and practice of yoga in a lovely relaxed setting. I was also seeking to push my own middle-aged, timid boundaries regarding solo travel, and it seemed ideal to combine this with an activity I enjoy.
Bea and Christina are hugely knowledgeable and enlightening about “real” yoga and their morning and evening classes are a joy to attend. As for the fellow participants, they were so warm and fun to spend time with that many of us have become firm friends who have met up again on subsequent retreats and also back in the UK.” Sarah
We are visiting Urania again from 18th - 25th September 2022 and are also planning a retreat to the South of France in 2023.
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