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Date

Thursday February 27 - Sunday March 1, 2020


Retreat Duration

4 Days/3 Nights


Teacher

Antje Leubbe

Ayurveda

Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that has its origins in the Vedic culture of India. More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life,Veda = science or knowledge). It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vital while realizing their full human potential. Providing guidelines on ideal daily and seasonal routines, diet, behavior and the proper use of our senses, Ayurveda reminds us that health is the balanced and dynamic integration between our environment, body, mind, and spirit (source: Chopra Center).

With insights into Ayurveda, you will learn more on how to create Your healthy lifestyle, in every day life and in your diet. We will look into how we are responsible for the intakes to our body, where these intakes take place and how they effect our body, mind and soul. We will guide you to see - what can I sense and feel in this particular living organism, i.e. in my body, and what can I do to move towards a healthier state and stay in a healthy state? When diagnosing yourself, all aspects of life are involved, any relationships in life to things, people, situations, emotions. To live "ayurvedically" is to live in Harmony with all these things in and around yourself.

The Retreat

This retreat is designed as an introduction to Ayurveda. Understanding yoga and its various philosophies can be a daunting task. Here, we take a piece of the larger puzzle and shine a spotlight onto an intriguing guideline for living the optimal lifestyle. If you are interested in how yoga can be part of a holistic system of healing not just symptoms, but the root causes of long-term illness and common conditions such as inflammation, fatigue, digestive problems and brittle skin and bones, this retreat is a comprehensive entry point into this knowledge. Ayurveda helps us to understand what keeps us in balance and what takes us out of balance, and the appropriate action to take and when. It prescribes the kind of physical activity or yoga practice to engage in and when. Beyond health, it also guides us in choosing the right time to make changes or decisions. You will be exposed to these different concepts in the field of Ayurveda through the physical practice of yoga, meditation, and an interactive afternoon discussion. 

Sample Itinerary

​Day 1
12:00pm Arrival and check in
4:00pm Introduction and overview and getting to know each other
5:00pm Vinyasa Slow Flow
7:30pm Organic Dinner

Day 2
7.30am Morning meditation and Vinyasa yoga
9.30am Breakfast
1.30pm Introduction to Ayurveda
5:00pm Ayurvedic Vinyasa Flow
7:30pm Organic Dinner

​Day 3
7.30am Morning meditation and Vinyasa yoga
7.30am Morning Flow
9.30am Breakfast
1:00pm Hike to Viewpoint
5:00pm Yin Yoga
7:30pm Organic Dinner

Day 4
6.30am Morning meditation and Vinyasa yoga
9.30am Breakfast
11:00am Closing ceremony
12:00pm Check out and departure


* This is a sample itinerary. The actual schedule on the retreat may change slightly as a result of students' level of experience and needs. We endeavour to make your experience as relevant as possible and changes may be made along the way to enable us to do so. 

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