Relax, Reflect and Revive Weekend Wellness Retreat
March 15-17, 2019
This rejuvenating wellness retreat brings together the practices of meditation, yoga and qi gong to leave you feeling relaxed, revived and deeply connected with yourself and others.
Experience a deep state of rest and relaxation through meditation in which the body is at rest and the mind is still highly alert. Develop balance, strength, flexibility, while uniting attention on the mind, breath and body through the practice of yoga. Journey to deeper layers of the body and consciousness to find your center power and reach body mind connection through the healing art of qi gong.
Retreatants may also attend a Guru Puja scheduled for late afternoon on Saturday (optional). Guru Puja is a practice consisting of making offerings to and requesting inspiration from the Spiritual Master.
This is an inspiring opportunity to take time for yourself in a supportive, peaceful environment. Enjoy our peaceful gardens and beautiful meditation hall or discover the northern Coromandel peninsula as there will be time for you to reflect and explore on your own.
What to expect in the retreat:
- Practice easy meditation and mindfulness practices
- Learn ancient qi gong exercises for cultivating healing energy in the body
- Stretch and tone your body muscles through the practice of yoga
- Delicious vegetarian meals
- Time out for yourself to let go, relax and unwind
What are the results of participating:
- Experience the benefits of a peaceful and focused mind
- More vital energy in your body
- Better sleep and improved well-being
- Learn meditation techniques that can easily be applied in daily life
- Learn simple tools to find rest and balance in the mind
This retreat is suitable for beginners as well as those who are experienced meditators, yogis, or qi qong
$123.00 plus optional donation
Course fees include the base fee and meals (from dinner on Friday through lunch on Sunday).
Please include a donation to the centre to cover cost of retreat leader’s travel, meals and stipend.
Those attending may also wish to make an offering to the retreat leader at the end of the retreat.