5 Nights of Yoga, Hiking & Forest Bathing

Romania · October 2 - 7 2020

A Yoga Retreat for sustainable living and intelligent lifestyle flow.

Overview

Most contemporary yoga is an active practice in which you move from pose to pose, building heat and increasing strength and flexibility in equal measure. Restorative yoga is something completely different—it’s about slowing down and opening the body through passive stretching. Holding each carefully selected posture for longer helps relax the muscles deeply & restore the free flow of breath calmly. Restorative classes are very mellow, making them a good complement to more active practices, the hectic pace of every day life and an excellent antidote to stress.

This retreat is geared towards the yogi who wants to switch the mind from a state of turbulence to the bliss of tranquility, restore calm, increase mobility & reconnect with the body.

Included
  • Yoga Workshops
  • 2 x daily yoga classes ( Morning: Vinyasa / Hatha, Evening: Yin/ Restorative/Nidra)
  • 3X DAILY PLANT-BASED MEALS
  • 5 NIGHTS BOUTIQUE ACCOMMODATION
  • HIKING & FOREST WALKS
  • UNLIMITED JACUZZI HOT TUB & SAUNA (TRADITIONAL + INFRARED)
  • OPTIONAL SPA MASSAGE THERAPY
  • Optional: Group excursion to BRAN CASTLE & BEAR SANCTUARY ( Entrance fee and transport cost about €15 EACH)

Hosts

Patricia Grigorescu

My journey with yoga started slowly, as a practice that could help me release the stress of working in the film business. Also having a past as a rally driver, I rediscovered the power of focus and of active meditation, something that my brain was trained to do but was missing in the hectic rhythm of city life. Being of a very competitive nature, I learned that sometimes letting go of control is the right way to grow. Throughout the years I built the courage to pursue this path, realising that I could actually pass on what I was learning, thus having my work reflect my values and bringing a piece of awareness and kindness into the world.

I take on every class with a light-hearted creative approach, focusing on vulnerability and encouraging the inner child to come out and play.  Yoga should be a practice where our attention focuses inwards and where we can let ourselves be free of judgement towards the self and others. The mind in it’s natural relaxed state is still, which in turn brings balance and strength to our bodies. So leave all expectations to the door and let yourselves flow and experiment with your body, mind and soul.