A 6-day residential movement and meditation retreat
Coming home to our own bodies allows us to find a deeper ground from which to live satisfying and resilient lives. Deeply rooted in our direct experience we find the centredness and receptivity we need amidst the changes and challenges of life.
Through gentle but profound movements, using the power of awareness, the body unfolds with its own natural intelligence and grace. We discover stability, creativity, and joy emerging from our own being. From this deeper ground, our human hearts can flourish, so that we may be wellsprings of courage and compassion in our world.
In this retreat, participants will be supported by guided group movement classes, opportunity for one-on-one movement sessions, body-centred insight meditation, ample time for rest and reflection, nourishing vegetarian food, and the beauty and inspiration of the Wangapeka property.
This retreat is suitable for adults of all ages. It may be of particular interest to people with health challenges looking for safe and effective self-care methods, those in the healing/education professions, and anyone curious about how the body can guide our natural unfoldment into wisdom and compassion.
Costs include all meals and snacks, accommodation, cooks’ fee, and a contribution to teachers travel fee
Units and Huts:
Member: $432 for 6 days / $72 per night
Non-member: $468 for 6 days / $78 per night
Member: $372 for 6 days / $62 per night
Non-member: $390 for 6 days / $65 per night
Weekend or part-time attendance is possible.
To enquire or register, please contact Chani at email@example.com.
About Chani Grieve:
Chani is a Feldenkrais Practitioner based in Australia. She has been passionately practising meditation and body-centred modalities for over 12 years, and is inspired to facilitate people to discover for themselves the liberating power of working with the body. She offers workshops and retreats in Australia and New Zealand.
“Trees… roots rest in infinity, but they do not lose themselves there, they struggle with all the force of their lives for one thing only: to fulfill themselves according to their own laws, to build up their own form, to represent themselves” Herman Hesse