With Marika Blossfeldt(Estonia/USA)
July 13 – 19, 2016
Treat yourself to a week of dynamic and blissful Kundalini yoga, meditations and massages, delicious vegetarian food and yogi tea. Relax and rejuvenate in the serenity of Western Estonia. Experience white nights, juniper groves and wooded meadows filled with wildflowers and herbs. Explore beautiful sites as we set out on a day trip to visit local museums, medieval castles, bird sanctuaries, bogs and islands.
Kundalini yoga is based on Yogi Bhajan’s teachings. A dynamic form of yoga, combining postures, stretching, movement, meditation, breathing, and chanting, it stimulates the glands, strengthens the nervous system, opens meridians, and balances chakras. The practice of Kundalini yoga brings with it a sense of wellbeing that is immediately tangible. After a yoga session one feels grounded, energized and uplifted. It helps to relax the body and calm the mind, increasing our capacity for concentration, creativity and intuition. Ultimately, it brings us to a deeper understanding of our potentials and ourselves and allows for a harmonious merging of body, mind and soul with the universal energy surrounding us.
The retreat includes
Sadhana, 2 yoga classes per day, evening meditations
1 outing to beautiful natural sites in Western Estonia
Walking, swimming and bike-riding
3 vegetarian meals per day and yogi tea
Polli Talu Arts Center Artistic Director and Kundalini Yoga instructor Marika Blossfeldt was certified in New York City by 3HO Kundalini Yoga East. She has over 20 years of international teaching experience and will teach in English with translation into Estonian.
A licensed Massage Therapist from Estonia will administer massages.
No previous experience in yoga is required. Beginners are very welcome!
We will begin on July 13, with lunch at 13.00 and end July 19 with breakfast at 9.00.
Cost for retreat
Euro 680 / USD 745 includes meals and accommodations, classes, 2 massages, and 1 outing per person (transfer to Polli Talu and international travel is not included)
For more information contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call +372-477-5363