Venue: 1 week Hatha Yoga with Bhavani @ Retreat Mavrovouni | City: Palairos, Greece
Hatha Yoga and Meditation Week
With Bhavani at Mavrovouni Beach
You are free to arrive on any day
in the periode form 27 september to 29 October 2020
Enjoy a week's stay with refreshing deep meditation and yoga.
Close to nature and beach in a mediterranean climate.
The day begins with a guided morning meditation, continued with a smooth flow of asana practice and a deep relaxation. Afterwards delicious brunch and the rest of the day is free to explore the area, feel the Greek village, smell the herbs and explore historical sights. 4 days a week there will be an afternoon class and Dinner
One day a week is a free day where you will have time to explore and rest.
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Lahiri Mahasaya Tradition
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Mahasi Sayadaw tradition
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Yoga & Kundalini
Hatha and Kundalini Tradition
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