© Yoga Spirit Circle 2024
Our day-to-day lives can be the source of comfort, security and nourishment, but they can also leave us feeling stuck, sad and angry. Likewise, our thoughts and daydreams can be the basis for both inspiration and frustration.
This retreat is an invitation to look at the relationships we have with our ‘heaven’ and with our ‘earth’, and to make friends with them both using yoga and meditation, in order to gain access to the still point that sits between them.
‘Earth’ represents gravity, food and material things. Earth is the exhale – it has a downward moving energy; it is the ground on which we stand, it is our foundation. Heaven represents air, possibility, ideas and vision. ‘Heaven’ is the inhale – it’s the deep breath we take when we expand into space.
Yoga and meditation are practices of joining those two forces – of balancing our need to touch the ground, to have deep roots which hold us steady in the most turbulent times, with our need to feel free, able to grow and explore.
In this week-long retreat we will practice meditation, yin yoga and vinyasa, and use them as tools for examining our circumstances with calmness, trusting the ground we stand on, and giving ourselves to the open space of uncertainty.
Fleur has been teaching classes, workshops and has led numerous retreats around the world, sharing various aspects of yoga, such as pranayama, meditation and mantra, and teaching different styles of yoga asana, from energising vinyasa flow sequences to restorative yoga. As a warm and enthusiastic teacher, Fleur encourages her students to challenge themselves and try new things, whilst respecting their individual needs.
She is also adept at helping her students to deepen their understanding of yoga philosophy and its origins, allowing them to explore what yoga means to them in their daily lives.
Fleur shares the teachings from ancient yoga scriptures, contemporary spiritual teachers and Hindu mythology to broaden your understanding of yoga philosophy. Her enthusiasm tends to be contagious and will inspire you to discover what yoga means to you in your daily life.
○ 6 nights at InSabina
○ 5 morning yoga sessions (vinyasa)
○ 4 yoga nidra & restorative yoga sessions (afternoons/evenings)
○ inspiring vegan food 3 times/day
○ water, tea & coffee
○ practicing on the famous yoga deck
○ flight or train to Rome
○ airport transfer to Insabina
○ ceramics workshop
○ river hike
○ dinner on friday at the local pizzeria
○ travel insurance (recommended)
all levels from yoga beginners to experienced yogis are welcome
985- 1390€, please check availability of different accommodation types
a typical day
07.30 am Pre Yoga Bites, Tea & Coffee
08.30 am Yoga & Meditation (105 min.)
10.30 am Brunch Buffet
03.00 pm Light Lunch
05.00 pm Yoga & Movement (90 min)
07.00 pm Dinner
check- in on sunday from 16:00, dinner is at 19:00
check- out on saturday until 10:00 after breakfast
arrival & departure: group pick ups & drop offs will be organised for sunday from airports Rome Fiumicino & Ciampino and from Termini Train Station. Vice versa for departure on saturday.
estimated costs: 35€- 55€/person/way
individual pick up/drop off: 90€
we can only host guests which are vaccinated or recovered. certificates will be checked upon arrival. additionally we need a negative corona test 48 hours prior to arrival via email.
we have antigen tests on side and we might ask all participants during the week to take one or more tests for the groups safety.
please take a look at our faq’s and terms & conditions or send us an email. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Surrounded by mountains and sea, Casa Erica is very peacefully located on the coast of Andalusia, between Málaga and Nerja. It’s only a 600m walk to the beach. While being warmed by the sun you will enjoy the view over the countryside and the ocean. Between the yoga classes you can chill at the pool, enjoy a relaxing massage or discover the surroundings.
© Yoga Spirit Circle 2024