During this extended weekend, we will explore the whole range of yoga asanas, from the standing postures to the restorative ones, with inversions, twists, and partner postures . Through these physical postures, we will cultivate a safe yoga practice, thanks to the optimal alignment of the body, in tune with a deep breath, and the awareness of our own energy.
Meditation and mindfulness will allow us to go deeper into the Tantra concept of Shiva-Shakti, the 2 primary principles of the Universe, elements & energy. Through the understanding of their relationship, we will develop inner-strength and perseverance, essential keys of the union between body and spirit, for a spiritual profound transformation.
Beginners or advance practitioners, this retreat will give you a deep connection to yourself, to refine the cohesion between your body and your spirit, and create this inner unity, when the world around seems to be dedicated to duality.
Program of the day:
- Morning yoga session, followed by a mindfulness meditation, then the breakfast
- Free time until 5pm to rest and relax, to discover the surroundings, and taste the delights of the local cuisine
- Evening yoga session
When: April 19-22 – we will work together from Friday evening to Monday morning, so, it’s better if you arrive on Friday before 4pm, or even Thursday. If you want to stay longer, there is no problem, just inform me in advance (10€ / extra night)
Location: Casa Pantha, Velez-Malaga (Spain). Our small town is about 35 km from Malaga Airport, and only 5 km to the nudist beach. The village is easily reachable by bus (direct from Malaga).
Lodging: Casa Pantha welcomes you in its guest area, with 2 double bed rooms and a 2 single bed room. (if you’re attending alone, please be prepared to share the bed if the retreat is full) – casapantha.com
Price: 390€/person – 580€/couple (the price includes 4 nights, 6 sessions, breakfasts) – Meals are not provided to give you the opportunity to explore and sample the rich local cuisine of Velez-Malaga and Torre Del Mar.
As the number of participants is limited to 6, don’t wait too long!
David is a yoga therapist and Ayurveda practitioner, trained in India and Turkey (RYT 500). Through years of practice and study of many different styles of Yoga, he has developed a unique practice, with a simple and effective method of teaching, with an emphasis on adequate body alignment & breathing. Spiritually inspired by the wisdom and compassion of the Buddhist tradition, each practice becomes a holistic journey that cultivates awareness & acceptance, authentic and universal values that give us the opportunity to discover who we really are, and to find our true place.
Because David’s style is enhanced by his experience as an Ayurveda Practitioner and Yoga therapist, all classes, from a restorative/relaxing approach to the more powerful and challenging practice, are designed according to the students’ levels and needs (especially during Yoga Therapy individual sessions).