7 days Yoga and Art retreat
4-6 Women in an intimate and safe environment and 2 hosts
An integrated program of yoga and meditation, healing, connection and nutrition. This retreat aims to provide women with a space to tap into their true nature and awaken their inner radiance through empowerment, self love, compassion and acceptance in a safe, nurturing and holistic environment. With an emphasis on bringing it into your everyday living
10-17 Dec 2019
For more information on this retreat, please refer here.
Private – AUD$1900 / US$1331.97
Shared – AUD$1800 / US$1261.86
- Gentle Yoga or walking & Meditation, Breakfast, Massage, Counseling
- Lunch, women’s circles and workshops – Arts Practice/therapeutic and Yogic principles, hiking
- Restorative Yoga, massage (alternative days), Counseling
- Dinner, Yoga Nidra, Chanting, Silent Meditation, Satsang and Dancing
Note: Women’s circles will be daily except on day of Healing trip. This day will only have morning yoga and evening meditation. Women have the option to go into Ubud Centre or stay at the retreat and relax after morning trip. Evening meditations etc will rotate daily between yoga nidra, breath work and other activities.
Bookings include accommodation , meals and all activities. This retreat is suitable for beginners and intermediate practitioners who can benefit from healing and understanding yogic principles. All hosts/guides are trauma sensitive in
Being ourselves, living in the present moment, in awareness, brings us to greater connection, deeper knowing and healing. We can experience bliss or blessing in ordinary life. And then, begin to give from an authentic naturalness; our true nature.
Holistic Counselor, meditation/mindfulness facilitator and artist.
Hello, my name is Lena Watt of Inner Compass Yoga. Yoga isn’t something I do, it’s a part of my life and how I live.
I have been practicing yoga for 19 years and teaching it for over 7. I grew up in a rural community on Vancouver Island called Gold River.
This is where I developed my roots, my deep love for the ocean, nature, yoga, sports health and wellness and the human connection. After completing my first 200h training in Costa Rica, I just keep diving deeper into my studies and I am currently working on my 1000h Yoga Therapy Degree from Ajna Yoga in Victoria.
Aneesha has trained in many yoga styles and running women’s circles. She is currently in an ashram in India refining her sadhana.
My name is Aneesha. I was born in Russia and later moved to Canada. I love both countries and their traditions.
My spiritual path started 8 years ago with Reiki healing and Osho meditations. I believe that all human beings deserve to be happy and healthy. Unfortunately, I was not healthy at that time and Reiki really improved my condition, helped me to relax, stay positive and look at my life at a different angle.
Then, I wanted to share my healing story with others and help them to feel their best and started to teach 3 years ago. Also, I believe that we need to heal in all levels and spiritual is deeply connected with emotional and physical, which is why I started to practice and teach yoga. I love how simple exercises can change people’s life.
Is a psychologist and artist, weaving creativity, storytelling, and movement together in the form of deep rooted healing for women in Yoga Asana and Meditation.
Her passion in the arts and psychology focus on how through creative expression and movement, the body can begin the process of unraveling old thought patterns and heal the mind.
Also, With hundreds of hours of experience in Vinyasa, Yin, and Meditation, her creative sequences and workshops will shake things up, leading to a greater understanding of self, body awareness and an expanded sense of compassion for self and others. A natural born leader, she thrives when guiding other women to step up, dive deep, play and release, learning to lead their own lives with empowerment and purpose.
Kate DeCoste is a Certified Meditation and Yoga Teacher with 400 RYT certifications through Just Be Yoga in Walnut Creek, CA and High Vibe Yoga in Ubud, Bali.