In this yoga course you'll be led through a Vinyasa flow practice, including sun salutations, twists, backbends, seated and standing poses and inversions in the mornings and a restful, nurturing Yin yoga practice in the afternoons.
The smooth flowing sequences of Vinyasa yoga syncronises movement with the breath, which benefits both self-awareness and mindfulness. You'll develop a stronger body-mind connection and an increased sense of strength and flexibility.
The longer-held poses of Yin yoga allow you to slow down and surrender into a deeper sense of stillness and relaxation for your mind and create more openness and flexibility of the body.
There will be basic mindfulness meditations and pranayama (breathing exercises) each day to assist and support you during the retreat.
Annie is a long-term Tibetan Buddhist student and yoga teacher. Her classes are well known for their warm-hearted teaching style, influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, to help develop an open-hearted approach to life.
She has been practicing yoga for more than five decades and teaching yoga for over 36 years. Annie has led yoga and meditation retreats, workshops and classes in Australia, Indonesia, India and Nepal.
Her passion is research on and pilgrimages to the holy Buddhist sites of Nepal, India, and Indonesia.
|Thu 19 Nov|
|4:00 pm||Introduction to Root Institute & the course by Annie & Spiritual Programme Coordinator (SPC)|
|7:00 pm||Evening meditation|
|Fri 20 Nov & Sat 21 Nov|
|6:45 am||Morning Meditation|
|9:00–11.45am||Vinyasa flow practice|
|2:00 pm||Discussion & Q & A (last day – visit Root Institute social projects)|
|7:00 pm||Evening meditation (last night – pilgrimage to Mahabodhi Stupa)|
Please note: This schedule is subject to change.