Meditation Retreat in North Wales January 2019
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - Sunday, January 13, 2019 @ 4:00 pm£495
This new ten day retreat offers a unique opportunity for an immersive experience of meditation, expertly guided and facilitated for a small group of 10 people.
Each student will be individually mentored on the course.
The course will be conducted using guided meditation recordings by Dr. Kumar.
The course will be facilitated by Anna Bhushan, an experienced teacher and teacher trainer. Using carefully sequenced recordings, participants will experience the depth of meditating with Dr. Kumar’s voice and guidance. Dr. Kumar draws on his own vast experiential and theoretical knowledge of yoga to guide us through every step of the technique.
The course is designed to be a low cost alternative for those who may find it difficult to attend the Winter Retreat in India.
First retreat or reconnecting
This is an excellent first retreat for those who have attended a weekend course, eight week course or teacher training and would like to have a more sustained experience of meditating in silence and developing to a more advanced level of practice.
For those who have previously attended a retreat this will be an opportunity to reconnect, invigorate and develop their practice.
Whether you are new to meditation or an experienced practitioner, this course will take you through from beginner to advanced stages of practice as outlined by the sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras, starting with the cultivation of tranquility through observation of the natural breath and then developing deep insight within the body and mind.
Testimonial by Rosemary Prema Bennett.
Rosemary has been practicing yoga for 35 years and been teaching for nearly 30; she has been training teachers for the British Wheel of Yoga for over 20 years.
Benefits of the course
The technique bathes the mind and frees it from the accumulated reactions that build up through our lives leaving the mind lighter, clearer and more peaceful.
Mindfulness is cultivated at three levels of the mind, the conscious, subconscious and unconscious – bringing deep transformation and noticeable changes in daily life.
Location & accommodation
The course takes place in the beautiful setting of TY Capel on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park on the Cambrian coast of Wales.
The converted chapel has an open space for yoga and meditation and comfortable bedrooms.
Walking distance from a sandy beach and the local train station of Twyn.
Vegetarian meals will be catered by a local restaurant to suit our requirements.
Accommodation and meals: £495.00
Suggested Donation: £100
Please note that the donation (dana) is a suggestion only. Please donate what you can, whether this be less or more than the suggested amount.
Dana is the virtue of unconditional generosity and unattached giving through donation to a good cause. Dana is one of the ten ‘perfected virtues’ taught by Buddha. The act of giving a donation in gratitude for the teaching is an opportunity for participants in our courses to develop the quality of selfless generosity. Donations are used to sustain the charity, offer bursary places for students and support our projects in India and UK.
For more information or to book, please contact Mary: email@example.com