In ‘Deep Listening’ a silent retrat at Anahata Yoga Retreat in Golden bay, we will surrender to the movement that flows inside ourselves. We will listen to what is alive in us on a physical, emotional and mental level and surrender to the dance of the soul. This retreat combines daily openfloor movement sessions with restorative yoga and other offerings from Anahata.
Tutoring, accommodation, catering.
Full Price: $625
Date: 16-19 of May 2019
Arrival/registration Thursday afternoon. Start time: 10am Friday. Finish time: 12am Sunday.
Venue: Anahata Yoga Retreat, Golden Bay
Complimentary pick up: 5.45pm Thursday 16th May, Golden Bay Visitor Centre. Complimentary drop off: 12am Sunday 18th May, back to Golden Bay Visitor Centre.
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Open Floor movement practice
Havan, traditional fire ceremony
Free time to explore the Mountain and the beautiful surroundings
Join us for a silent retreat in Anahata Yoga Retreat located in a spectacular natural environment near the Abel Tasman National Park in Golden Bay.
In ‘Deep Listening’ Karma Karuna and Sybille Feint will offer deep daily explorations combining OpenFloor Movement practice with Restorative Yoga.
This unique combination will create a moving spiritual experience allowing a deep dive into yourself.
Swami Karma Karuna
Swami Karma Karuna, founding member and director of Anahata Yoga Retreat, NZ, is an engaging, intuitive yoga teacher with more than 25 years of training and experience. She specialises in therapeutic applications of yoga, yoga nidra relaxation and pranic practices and shares in a simple and practical way, inspiring people to access and apply yogic practices in their own lives.
Restore and Relax with Restorative Yoga
Slow down and open up your body with a series of restorative asanas that will leave your body feeling stretched out and recharged. During the practice, your muscles are invited to fully surrender into a deeply nourished and relaxed state as your asked to move consciously from pose to pose.
Props such as pillows and bolsters are usually used in conjunction with the poses to help give further support to the body. Restorative practices are a good way to balance out a fast paced life, and provide a gentle and targeted antidote to stress.