Spend time to rest, restore and recharge yourself.
Summertime is coming, a time to regain some calm and strength in your mind, body and soul.
Come and enjoy a nurturing weekend in a gorgeous setting in the countryside, where you can focus on you and where you’ll be treated with plenty of mindful yoga sessions, nourishing healthy food, downtime, meditation, and ample time to connect with your inner self. Doesn’t it sound just perfect?
All activities are optional, you are free to pick and choose!
Yoga for all levels!
Classes given in English.
Choose your activites.
* Karma Yoga, or Meditative Work, is mandatory.
From Friday to Sunday : €245 / person
From Saturday to Sunday : €195 / person
> €100 downpayment required when you register for the retreat.
(Please note that it'll be 100% refundable if the retreat is cancelled because of Covid)
What is included:
All meals & snacks are included
All activities are included
What is not included:
Sheets & towels (Bring your own bed sheet or rent a set for €15/weekend)
Three healthy and wholesome vegetarian meals a day, prepared with love and care and fresh products.
An opportunity to discover new flavours and dishes.
La Maison Du Chemin des Roches
Two dining rooms
Gorgeous yoga room with garden view
A beautiful garden
An outdoor terrace
Countryside all around
Chemin des roches, n° 9
About 45 minutes by car from Brussels.
Carsharing from Brussels will be available (please let me know if you need a lift so I can put you in contact)
It's also accessible by public transport (train and bus)
What about Covid?
Everything is designed for you to feel safe and hygiene rules are highly respected.
For now, around 15 to 18 people can register to the retreat so we keep safety measures and healthy environment.
Private rooms and shared rooms.
Closer to the date, should the Covid situation allow for it, the retreat will be open to more participants (up to 25). In that case, you might be sharing a room with another participant.
Yoga with Elise
Yoga classes are suitable to all levels.
Yoga Haṭha Flow is a modern form of traditional Hatha Yoga. It is an energizing practice, where the postures (asanas) are practiced both in a static way and in more dynamic sequences, to the rhythm of the breath. It is a fluid and flowing practice that strengthens the body and moves the energy. Hatha Flow Yoga is a gentle and invigorating practice, both relaxing and strengthening, respectful of the body and the level of each person.
The practice of yoga invites us to let ourselves be guided by our breath to energize static postures, or to move fluidly from one posture to another while being aware of each movement, until we manage to free ourselves from the mind.
Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation”. The practice draws our attention inwards, and we learn to surf between the states of wakefulness and sleep, where our body finds its natural state of equilibrium (homeostasis) – the breath balances and becomes quiet, unconscious and conscious aspects of the mind reveal themselves, and we fall into an innate state of deep, blissful awareness.
Yoga Nidra takes us effortlessly into a state of harmonious, restful being. From here, we can be healed, restored and awakened to our deepest, all-knowing, all-welcoming self. It’s a sublime practice, gaining popularity the world over, and ongoing research continues to prove its effectiveness.
Yin Yoga can be summarised in two words: relaxation and letting go. It is a very gentle form of yoga with slow, deep breathing, which uses the classic yoga postures but with a slightly different approach.
It is often referred to as "meditation in motion" because its practice is very gentle and slow and aims to calm the body and quiet the mind. Yin Yoga provides flexibility, suppleness and works to improve the overall posture of the body. Also, in Yin Yoga there is an important focus on the mind and overall relaxation. The main benefits are the release of physical and mental tensions, awareness of sensations and a feeling of relaxation and grounding.
Pranayama refers to breathing exercises which clear the physical and emotional obstacles in our body to free the breath and so the flow of prana - life energy. Regular and sustained practice of Pranayama can supercharge your whole body!
The goal of pranayama is to connect your body and mind. It also supplies your body with oxygen while removing toxins. This is meant to provide healing physiological benefits.
You'll discover several of these breathing techniques during the weekend.
For now there are only 15-18 spots available. If the Covid-situation allows, more people will be able to register closer to the date.
NEXT WEEKEND YOGA RETREAT : 10 - 11 - 12 Septembre