Sacred Couple Retreat Yoga, Connection Rituals & Gratitude May 11-13, 2018 Schloßhof, 17279 Lychen (next to a marvellous lake right in between the Müritz Nationalpark and Naturpark Uckermärkische Seen.
♡ Allow Yourself to spend this time in a relaxing & sacred atmosphere, enjoying nature´s beauty next to a gorgeous lake, exploring your body in daily yoga sessions, and your soul in connection and creativity rituals.
☾ You will experience ♡:
*** Sacred Couple Space *** *** Connection Rituals *** *** Daily Yoga sessions*** *** Gratitude & Intuitive Mandala Drawing Workshop *** *** Creative and relaxing atmosphere with aroma oils*** *** Love & Kindness Meditation *** *** Yoga head massage & energy exchange practice ***
* This Retreat is suitable for all couples. The space is limited to 7 couples only. Be quick :)
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Early booking until February 25th: 149 € per person After February 25th: 199 €
Including: daily yoga sessions & all the workshops, art materials, vegan healthy snacks and fruits for the entire weekend.
Save YOUR places through the payment of the program fee (we could refund you ½ in case of cancellation) plus the accommodation fee (nonrefundable by the hotel) Registration at: email@example.com
******* Accommodation & vegan/vegetarian buffet meals: 3 days (2 nights stay), including herbal tea and light vegan snacks for the entire weekend: Double room: 168 € p.p.
******* ∞ ⊚ Program of the Sacred Couple Space Retreat ⊚ ∞ :
18:30 Welcoming Dinner 20:00 Circle & Evening Meditation
♡ Every couple will leave the retreat with inspirational ideas, physically rejuvenated, techniques, rituals, a Mandala of Love artwork and a little gift ♡
Join us ♡ With Love, Alisa & Martin
******* The spiritual artist, yoga teacher & social psychologist, Alisa Poplavskaya and her husband, the author, coach and yoga teacher Martin Schubert share their insights of seeking the divine in each other, after having lived in the highly individualistic Western civilization as well as with the highly collectivistic Tamang, a shamanist-buddhist people in rural Nepal.
“Many feel like growing spiritually is best achieved alone, free from any attachment, as an individual. But throughout history there have been teachings and rituals for growing spiritually together and becoming stronger. There is an art of intimacy, recognising the divine feminine and masculine within each other.” Martin Schubert