Terminó hace alrededor de 2 meses
24 de jun 15:00
30 de jun 09:00
This wellbeing retreat brings together the exciting disciplines of yoga, mindfulness and the martial art of Washindo, each blending perfectly with the other, while adding their unique benefits to maximise learning and impact. These compelling arts share the goal of a fully present, tension-free body that uses energy wisely and efficiently. Combined, they help us embody the wisdom available in our mind, body and spirit, greatly enhancing our wellbeing and bringing presence to our actions. From relaxation emerges grace & potential.
Accommodation Choices & CostIncluded in the cost:En-suite accommodation. Airport transfers. Brunch x 5 days. Dinner x 6 nightsYour choice of up to 5 classes per day with Master TeachersCost per person: Single: £895. Double/Twin: £710.Only 22 places available £100 deposit to secure a placeFor more information go to www.washindo.co.uk or www.samraoyoga.com
Washindo, Mindfulness & Yoga
Colin has taught and practiced Washindo for over 50 years. He has reached the most senior level of Shihan (Master of Masters.He works as a Leadership Consultant and Coach and is an NLP Master Trainer and Clinical Mindfulness practitioner. He has written 2 books on Washindo and the Peaceful WaySam is a Yoga Master inspiring new Yoga Teachers through his very successful school. He teaches with presence, enthusiasm & clarity, engaging his students through his warmth and vision. His unique style of teaching unites pupil and teacher in an atmosphere of fun & wellbeing. He encouraging his students to explore & fulfil their potential. Sam has authored ‘Three Steps to Fix Backs’Karen has practiced and studied Washindo for over 20 years. She is the first & only female Washindo Master in Europe. She is a Learning expert, NLP Master practitioner, an inspiring Coach and Yoga Teacher. Working in a global role for a software business, she combines her learning expertise and her coaching skills with Washindo and Yoga to inspire Leaders to create Healthy High Performance cultures