It doesn’t seem possible that InSabina is less than an hour’s drive from the crowded streets of Rome.
With lush, abundant grounds of its own, along with a natural spring and a magnificent wooden yoga platform which overlooks the valley below, this is a truly magical place that’s ideal for spiritual practice, slowing down, and plunging oneself into nature.
A SENSORY JOURNEY WITHIN
Do you ever find yourself scrolling through social media, when it was never your intention? Arriving somewhere and then realising you don’t remember anything about the journey – even if it was you who was driving? Our attention is constantly pulled from one thing to another. Over time, we lose control over our senses. We lose the power to choose how we respond to what’s going on around us. And we lose our connection to the peace that exists within all of us – the peace that connects us to each other, the unity, the yoga!
In this retreat you will re-claim your ability to withdraw from sensory distractions and tune into your peaceful inner world so that you can relax, replenish and operate with intention – avoiding the highs and lows that come with actions born out of desire and reflex. Each day, you will have the opportunity to take part in yoga and pranayama sessions that have been specially designed to help you increase your sense of stillness and turn your focus inward.
In a nutshell, this is a retreat for anyone who wants to switch off the ‘noise’ and truly experience the joy of being alive.
There’ll also be plenty of time to visit the area’s tiny ancient villages, join in a ceramic workshop, and simply enjoy being our truest selves among like-minded souls. This week we will create an environment where everybody feels welcome, part of the community, and encouraged to be oneself, in order to get out of the daily routine and arrive in the present moment.
Working with clay is a very meditative and grounding experience, which will help us to fully arrive at the retreat. Immersed in nature and guided by the expertise of ceramics designer Karla Sotres, you will handcraft three simple small objects. For planning purpose we ask you to sign up during the booking process (check the box). Workshop fee: €65 pP (from 6 participants), 85€ pP (3-5 participants) – 3 hour session
This place feels so undisturbed, like something from a dream or a much-loved book. Tucked among the olive groves and rolling green hills of central Italy, it doesn’t seem possible that ‘In Sabina’ is less than an hour’s drive from the crowded streets of Rome.
° 7 Nights at InSabina
° 10 Yoga Sessions
° Full Vegetarian Board
° Water, Tea & Coffee (self-service pool bar)
° Flight or Train to Rome
° Airport Transfer to Insabina
° Ceramics Workshop
° River Hike
° Dinner on Friday at the local pizzeria
07.30 am Pre Yoga Bites, Tea
08.30 am Yoga & Meditation
10.30 am Brunch Buffet
03.00 pm Light Lunch
05.00 pm Yoga & Movement
07.00 pm Dinner
Saturday Arrival Day
Check-in from 4 pm
Saturday Departure Day
9 am Breakfast
until 10am Check-Out & Departure
Arrival & Departure: group pick ups & drop offs will be organized for Saturdays from/to airports Rome Fiumicino & Ciampino and from/to Termini Train Station
Estimated Costs: 35€- 55€/Person/way
Individual Pick up/Drop off: 90€
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Sandra: I just can’t find the right words to describe how amazing this week was. Julia and Mareille, the yoga teachers are such lovely persons and they really teached me a lot, ….
Asli: I had a great week at casa Erica with delicious food made by the Yoga Spirit Circle Team and the very inspiring chef Crystal (rawrevive), super Yoga lessons by Fleur van Hille and the most relaxing massage by Lola. Thank you all for the great time🙏🏽😘 Hope to return any time soon!
Katharina: It’s now three/four weeks that I’ve been at Casa Erica for the „It’s all about connection“ retreat with Mareille. It was my first yoga retreat and five stars are just not enough to give as the whole week was simply amazing! The house is located remotely in the hills, but very close to the ocean…