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Exploring your inner landscape weekend retreat hosted by Swami Yogaratna

A rare opportunity to attend a yoga and meditation retreat in the glorious Oxfordshire countryside with Swami Yogaratna who has over taught yoga and meditation for over 35 years


Description

We live in a busy world filled with all the various things that shape and colour our everyday lives. Whilst this may give us some level of fulfilment, it is invaluable to be able to step back from it all and come to a place of stillness. This retreat offers the practices of asana, pranayama, different forms of meditation (including yoga nidra) and chanting each and all of which can help us find a sense of balance, and to relax and recharge in our lives and allow us to tune into who we really are, what we really need and to navigate life’s challenges viewing them as valuable opportunities for growth and development enabling us to live more harmoniously.
For the full course schedule see the website

Accessibility

No wheelchair access.

Eco Practices

Local organic home grown veg and fruit
Car sharing encouraged as is rail rather than road travel
All waste food is composted here.

Directions and Travel

Please see website for directions and travel directions

Retreat Features and Activities

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