Join us for a full day urban retreat at NOR:.
A day where we will cultivate connection and oneness, with nourishing activities and delicious vegetarian food.
It will be a day filled with joyful and soulful moments in which you will have the opportunity to connect with your heart, bringing the awareness into your NOW and celebrate Life. Allowing your soul to glow and expand in joy, showing you ways to connect with yourself, your true spirit and others.
9:00: Doors open
9:15-11:15: Yin Yoga including Gong and Sound while you are in savasana (Stinna & Ylenia)
11:30- 12:30: Lunch
13:00-14:30: Meditation, Serving Cacao and Contemplation
14:30-15:30: Conscious Dance (Stinna)
15:30- 17:00: Gong and Sound Bath (Ylenia)
Lunch, fruit, snacks, cacao, water and tea are included in the price. Please let us know if you have any allergies or if you follow a special diet.
What to bring:
Dress comfortable, bring your journal, some snacks and your beautiful Self.
She is a strong and diverse yoga teacher, with a movement background in Contemporary Dance and Rolfing Structural Integration. She found Kundalini Yoga during one of her many dance journeys to Los Angeles in 2012, and immediately resonated with the profound and powerful method of the practice. She has been exploring and teaching movement for more than 20 years, and teaches Yin, Hatha, Vinyasa, Dance, Kundalini and Meditation and continues to study, educate and deepen her practice with master teachers in Europe, USA and India.
She loves to see people ignite their own light and discover greater capacities and potentials within.
When the Gong found Ylenia it was love at first “stroke”. She plays from her soul and the Gong is for Ylenia an extension of her heart. She has done Gong Master Trainings with Aidan Mclntyre and continues to study, explore and grow her practice, finding new instruments that can add uniqueness to her beautiful work. She is a gifted Reiki healer, massage therapist and mother. She loves to witness people leave the room with a smile and with a lighter heart.
Her teaching style is one of investigation with a great curiosity towards body-awareness, sensitivity and subtle-body movement. She invites people to approach practice with a sense of wonder. Aiming to bring about a meditative-awareness while moving, seeking to find balance, harmony and presence, so that the practice of yoga will be joyful, nourishing and supportive of everyday life.