Last updated: 04-May-2023
Organisers have the right to change the venue, change the dates or cancel the retreat dependent on a variety of factors that will be disclosed in the event of such changes.
In the event of venue or date changes or cancellation, organisers will inform all guests who have paid a non-refundable deposit or paid for their retreat in full, to discuss the next steps.
If you are unable to attend retreat, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP.
REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN TO THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE
- Cancellations within 30 days will not be eligible for any refund (this includes border closures, COVID related illness or other life circumstances that impact on your ability to attend)
- Early departure from the retreat weekend will not be eligible for any refund, regardless of the circumstances
- If extenuating circumstances apply, other refund terms may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Extenuating circumstances may include, but not be limited to serious illness, death, natural or biological disaster, political unrest, or jury duty
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Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India. The word ‘yoga’ originates from the Sanskrit word Yuj, meaning join, yoke, or unite. Yoga is a method of getting a balanced body and a relaxed mind. It includes the breathing activities called pranayama and the physical act of yoga stances called asanas (yoga poses). Yoga likewise incorporates contemplation, self-examination, and knowledge of yoga philosophy.
Yoga can be highly beneficial for those who practice it regularly since it makes our body flexible, powerful, conditioned, and stable. Yoga energizes the body and improves digestion and breathing as well as strengthens the heart and circulatory system. These are just some of the physical benefits of Yoga. By enabling us to concentrate on our energy and empowers confidence within our body, Yoga techniques can support spiritual growth by teaching us how to maintain a sense of calm in difficult situations and understanding compassion towards other people.
Many people start with 2-3 classes a week, working towards a daily routine with Yoga. In many cases, you can notice significant differences in your body just after a week of regular yoga practice. If possible, start with two to three sessions a week and work out a plan with your teacher on how to build it into your daily routine.
Numerous individuals practice yoga as an approach to dealing with their health concerns. There are a variety of yoga classes and asanas to address and work with various physical conditions. However, it is always a good idea consult a physiotherapist or yoga trainer to explain your health concerns and see how to best move forward.