2020 Dates to be advised Sarasvati Yoga and Heath Retreat Kenthurst NSW
A gentle introduction to Hatha Yoga and Mindfulness for beginners and an opportunity for those with experience to further develop their practice in a relaxed supportive environment. Talks and discuss and guided practice inspired by the wisdom traditions of Yoga and Buddhism
- Situated on 60 acres of tranquil bush land and only 55 minutes from the centre of Sydney
- Activities include Yoga, guided meditation and relaxation practices
- Facilities include pool, spa, sauna, gym, tennis
- Delicious healthy vegetarian meals
The weekend will include daily Hatha yoga to help relieve stress and bring ease and relaxation to both body and mind. There will be a program of talks and discussions covering the foundations of mindfulness practice based on core Buddhist and Yogic teachings applicable to life in the modern world. Attending sessions and talks is not compulsory. There will be ample free time scheduled to enjoy the retreat facilities and surroundings or to simply rest and relax.
Nicholas Tabley is registered psychologist with over 25 years’ experience in counselling and psychotherapy and in teaching Yoga and Meditation. He has a gentle and grounded approach to the teaching of yoga and meditation. He is a committee member of the Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists and a teaching member of the Sarasvati Yoga Association.
ENQUIRIES about the Retreat Program Tel: Nick Tabley on 02 42343486 or m: 0411 227 779 , email: email@example.com
When: Friday, arriving after 3pm to Sunday, departing after lunch
Where: Swami Sarasvati Health Retreat. 183-185 Pitt Town Rd. Kenthurst NSW
Cost: $395 per person (special retreat rate) all inclusive of meals and all activities. Twin share (single supplement extra)
We offer a 10% discount for participants booking in a group or 6 or more or for participants who have previously attended. Please contact Nick if you have previously attended or would like to book in a group.
“Freedom is discipline. It is entirely up to us how we live. We all choose the way we want to live and who we want to be. Time is our life — so many people live in the past or the future, not the present. How we think and act today determines what our futures will be. Swami Sarasvati