SEE YOURSELF WITH RENEWED UNDERSTANDING

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SEE YOURSELF WITH RENEWED UNDERSTANDING
7 Days Retreat and Yoga Foundation Training

Sat 22 Feb – Sun 1 March 

Seeing yourself with renewed understanding

EXPLORING YOURSELF IN PRESENT… AND CREATE A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF YOURSELF!

Join this 7-day retreat with Savitri Sattoe in the beautiful Bali at Samyama Mindfulness Retreat Centre

This retreat includes a 6 days Yoga Foundation training and is also a profound way to rest from the busyness of modern living, to slow down, relax and experience what is truly within.

It’s an invitation to stop running away from yourself and life, to turn inward and see yourself with new understanding of the inner programming. Finding a new sense of joy and bliss. Seeing your pain and your sorrow in new perspective. It’s a chance to dive deeply into the teachings of yoga, starting with the Yoga Sutra’s of Patanjali, mainly the Yamas and Niyamas.
You’ll be supported by peaceful surroundings and a safe and nurturing environment with like-minded friends.

Through lectures, yoga practice, talks, guided yoga nidra, Savitri will help you stay present and connected with yourself no matter what life throws at you.

Come join us and discover yourself behind the addictions of a lifetime, finding the real you.

For more details, please download the information document.

We look forward to seeing you at this Yoga Foundation retreat in BALI!

Behind our self-image created by our upbringing and society lies the true source, the foundation of yourself. Let’s explore through the teachings of yoga, look deep within ourselves and unravel all the layers covering you.

Testimonials:

“Thanks to the training I feel much better equipped to enjoy and deal with what life has in store for me.  ~ L. Huijsman

 “ A big difference now is that I feel a lot lighter, happier, grounded, more energetic, more grateful for everything than before I started this training. It really feels like a transformation” – S. Mehagnoul.  

“I have never seen a psychologist and this course became my therapy which proves once again the power of Yoga to improve emotional health. It was a journey of uncovering personal traumas and learning to let go, finding strength to move forward with my personal goals, learning how to include necessary steps of progress into busy daily routine. It was my stepping stone to a more conscious way of living, another step of evolution in my personal growth. In fact, I see it as only the beginning of my journey, the path that is supported by the beautiful practice called yoga. ~ J. Keslere

“I am so happy that I gave myself this trip as a gift. I have benefited from this all my life. Glad I started transforming instead of choosing the easy way. It has opened my heart to myself.” R. Geelhoed

Yoga Foundation 50-hour training (SYT-50)

23 Feb-1 Mar 2020 | Samyama Meditation Centre | Ubud, Bali 

  • Get to know yourself better and become the playwriter of your own life. 
  • Lay a solid foundation for your practice and deepen your understanding of yoga. 
  • Set yourself up for success: create the conditions in your life to be healthy and happy by learning how to live a yogic life

Being brought to you in Ubud, Bali for the first time, this 6-day yoga foundation training has been successfully taught in The Netherlands for years. In this training, you will: 

  • Learn essential hatha yoga techniques: asana, pranayama & meditation
  • Become familiar with the sun salutations and its benefits
  • Dive into yoga philosophy, focus on the first two limbs (yamas & niyamas) of the 8-fold path of yoga
  • Practice and root in the three pointers of yoga; prana, bandha, drishti
  • Build your own steady self-practice
  • Deepen your understanding of yoga and its working in daily life

About the teacher Savitri Sattoe: Savitri is founder, director and yoga teacher at saktiisha academy. Practising yoga and meditation for many years with a lot of love and joy, she is grateful to be able to channel the wisdom, value and beauty of yoga  to you and all those willing to receive it through her teachings.

saktiisha academy provides a safe environment to explore deeper layers of yourself and a solid base to continue the self-practice in daily life.

Prices (packages available)

For accomodation >> more info will follow ASAP

Yoga Foundation € 600

>> Prices are excluding travel expenses and stay before 22nd  Feb and after 1st March <<

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