Nurture your body, mind, and spirit for a blissful week in the quiet beauty and stunning views of Felsentor. Experience the lasting benefits of daily yoga for fitness & flexibility, Zen meditation for mental clarity & insight, delicious vegan meals for optimal nutrition, plus introduction to Thai Bodywork, an ancient practice of healing touch to give and receive with a partner. Learn to quiet your busy mind. Discover inner balance. Feel integrated and confident as you re-discover your own true nature. De-stress, revitalize, heal. Learn skills to enrich your life. Afternoons have plenty of free time for you to relax and enjoy the views, trails, and luminous silence. Previous participants of this popular retreat have called it «blissful, transformative, and healing». Join us and experience it yourself.
All levels welcome.
Taught in English.
6:00 wake up
6:30-7:30 seated and walking meditation with Felsentor Community
8:00 Breakfast (silent)
9:00 Samu: working-meditation: gardening, kitchen prep, cleaning, etc.
10:15 Yoga Asana and Pranayama: for fitness, strength, & flexibility
12:30 Lunch... free time to read, journal, hike, nap, etc...
16:30 Thai Bodywork intro workshop, practice with a partner.
20:00 Meditation with Felsentor Community
20:30 alternate evenings: stories/music/discussion or free time
21:30-10:00 Quiet Hours (silent)
Eine Stunde Arbeitsmeditation pro Tag (Samu/Karma Yoga) ist integraler Bestandteil bei allen Aufenthalten im Felsentor.
was born the USA, and was introduced to meditation around the age of 10. He is a former competitive swimmer, dolphin communication researcher, and graduate of Duke University. He worked as a school teacher, artist, and IT consultant until his mid-30`s when he was inspired to go deeper into meditation and yoga. He left his IT job in New York City, sold and donated his belongings, set off on an odyssey of 8 years during which he kept no apartment anywhere and traveled just with what he could carry. He studied with wonderful teachers including Zen master Keido Fukushima, the Indian yogi Swami Bua, David Life and Sharon Gannon (co-founders of Jivamukti Yoga), and many others, from whom he learned to express precision, depth, and humor in his own teaching. Karl has taught at festivals, conferences, and studios in over 40 cities and 12 countries. He lives in Switzerland.
Beitrag für die Lehrenden
CHF 450. Bitte in bar mitbringen.
Aufenthalt im Felsentor
CHF 540 (90/Tag) im Mehrbettzimmer
CHF 690 (115/Tag) im Doppelzimmer
CHF 870 (145/Tag) im Einzelzimmer, falls verfügbar
zzgl. Kurtaxe: CHF 16.20 (2.70/Tag)
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