SEPTEMBER 21ST - 28TH 2019
Each of Emily’s retreats takes you on a journey to discover more. The theme is always to collate personal balance inside and out using yoga, time for the self, nature, discussion, writing and relaxing.
Each day will begin in the shala with mediation into a yoga practice; the retreat will guide you through a variety of practice and focuses both in mediation and in our physical yoga practice. Except a little of everything.
We will follow up with a yummy homemade breakfast looking out over the incredible views of this magical location.
Each day will have various offerings such as hiking, relaxing, pool tie, chocolate making workshops, an extra yoga class or guided mediation.
Lunch is included and equally nutritious as delicious before more time to read rest and rejuvenate before your final practice in the early evening, again expect a varied practice each session. Emily specifically plans the week to bring about wholeness, comforts and knowledge to your practice.
Once you open yourself to the experience there is no going back you’ll want to do this over and over again. Trust me this will keeping you going for months post retreat.
My aim is always to find retreats that are affordable and authentic to allow the best experience for the practice and this one I feel will be home for many years to comes it just ticks all the boxes. We have everything we need, but not too much to not allow the full disconnect needed to find true space within. This space is special in that we are deep within the land, we spend time giving back to nature. All the little touches are just magical so I want to share a few, we have tea available all day long but our coffee we pay spay a small donation for that all goes to a local animal shelter. We have communal spaces that allow quiet time and time to connect. We have the opportunity to secede ourselves within one of the many hammocks thought he retreat. We are spread amongst animals and nature through and through. We are provided with the most lush food local and relevant to the time of year, we do our own dishes as an act of selfless service. We spend our mornings silent to absorb the inner peace.