Sat 25th - Sun 26th May 2019
SPACES VERY LIMITED - ONLY 2 SPOTS REMAINING!
$275pp Early Bird (pay by 12th April 2019) or $350pp (after 12th April 2019) **last 2 spots $300pp for limited time! **
Price includes all accommodation, meals, yoga and activities - first 3 people who book will receive private room accommodation unless otherwise specified. Arrival from 2pm Saturday 25th May. Departure by 11am Sunday 26th May. Numbers will be very limited ensuring undivided attention of the retreat leader/yoga instructor.
Escape for a night in a glorious rural farmstay : relax, reconnect and immerse yourself in nature!
Join Tehla this May for an intimate one-night retreat set against the backdrop of rolling hills, waterfalls and pristine rainforest. Located at the foothills of Macquarie Pass we will stay in a beautiful architecturally-designed home inspired by the sandstone structure of the original 1860s homestead.
Our escape will incorporate yoga sessions in the country garden that surrounds the property, forest bathing and bushwalking along the nearby Cascades Walk, meditation around the indoor open fireplace, animal spirit readings and yoga philosophy share sessions. And above all - space to mindfully pause and breathe in the present moment of your life.
If you have been dreaming of a night away that is yours and yours alone, to simply exist and allow your inner voice to guide and direct you, to truly create space and nurture your soul - this is the perfect retreat for you!
Please contact Tehla on email@example.com or 0412 738 752 for further information or queries about this retreat.
Tehla Bower is a yoga teacher and writer based in Wollongong NSW. She has been practising yoga for 20 years and has obtained accreditation as a Level 2 Yoga Synergy teacher (see https://yogasynergy.com/teachers/tehla-bower/ ). Her teacher training was completed directly with internationally renown and respected yoga expert Simon Borg-Olivier, and she has also been fortunate to be exposed to the unique teachings of Siddharthan John Weddepohl on the importance of self-knowledge to the practice of yoga. Tehla runs a small yoga organisation in Wollongong called Kahvah Yoga named after her two little girls (see www.facebook.com/KahvahYoga ) and has recently written about yoga and spirituality for Australian Yoga Life magazine, elephant journal and sivana spirit. She has recently started offering yoga retreats to complement her classes and increase the depth of experience for her students. Tehla loves connecting with nature, reading, spending time with her family, going for bushwalks and meditating at the beach (or anywhere she can really!). In each of these pursuits she feels a strong connection with her ‘yoga life’ and feels that by offering retreats she can share a part of her own yoga journey that cannot be achieved in a 60 min yoga class format.