Aireys Retreat – Deepening Your Practice

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True Spring Yoga and Meditation Retreat: Deepening your Practice
When: Friday 25- Sunday 27 November.
Where: Surf Coast Cabins, 42 Hopkins Street. Aireys Inlet.
Cost: $480 early bird ($410 twin share) with payment by Monday 31 October 2016. $540 thereafter ($460 twin share) with $200 deposit and final payment by Monday 14 November 2016. Price includes all all classes, 2 nights accommodation and meals.

Explore movement and stillness, sound and silence
Whether you are a beginner or an established practitioner, this Retreat will deepen your connection to self and to others and strengthen your compassionate heart. Take care of the body through breath-centered movement, and lead the mind towards meditation – a wonderful preparation for the busyness of the approaching festive season.

Friday evening: there will be time to settle in after arrival at 6pm before coming together for a short practice before dinner followed by a relaxation session.
Saturday and Sunday: we deepen our exploration, greeting each day with an early morning Asana practice. Also on offer will be Yoga study, Pranayama, Chant in Asana, Meditation and Yoga Nidra each night before bed.
There will be plenty of time for companionship, walks, swims and relaxing before finishing at 3pm on Sunday.

Accommodation
Surf Coast Cabins are set in a bushland garden, backing on to a national park, just a 15-minute walk from Sunnymead Beach and the Airey’s shops. There are 8 x single rooms and 2 x twin share rooms, all with kitchen and bathroom facilities, a comfortable lounge and range fireplace. Our yoga and meditation room looks out over the bush.
Enjoy nourishing meals together; individual dietary requirements will be catered for.

Teacher
Deb Robertson, yoga teacher and yoga therapist in the tradition of Krishnamacharya.

To Book E: Deb Robertson M: 0448 978 818
To download a brochure click HERE

Now there is no distinction between
Meditation and the object –
All merged into one
Like salt and water
Quote by T. Krishnamacharya