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'a week of yoga, mindfulness and total relaxation'
Come and spend some ThuliTime with yoga teacher and Doctor Thuli Whitehouse at the sumptuous Kathy's island retreat centre on Karpathos Island in Greece: the ultimate combination of body vitality and chilled out vibes with twice daily yoga classes and a seaside room with balcony and sea view.
Each morning class is an energising sequence designed to build strength and flexibility. Challenging you to uplevel your yoga practice with a safe, gentle and health advancing set of asana. Working to unlock tension in the neck and shoulders, build core strength and guiding you to feel what's going on inside. Afternoon class is a series of down-
Between classes there are optional trips to the beach or local sites of interest. Otherwise you can walk to the local secret cove or lie in a hammock. Meals are prepared by our in house chef using produce from our kitchen garden. You will be offered wine with dinner or fresh juice, tea or coffee with breakfast. This is a relaxed and friendly experience, eating under the stars and surrounded by olive trees and new friends. The sessions are suitable for all levels, beginner to advanced. This is your time to get away and get back to yourself…
'Finding Balance in a Busy Life'
Come and spend a gloriously replenishing weekend on retreat practicing yoga and mindfulness to help you move towards greater well-
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The Inner Guidance Retreat Centre is the perfect place to unwind. With luxurious rooms, lush surroundings and a kitchen garden from which most of the meals are prepared on site. For more details of the retreat centre follow the link below. innerguidance.co.uk
This weekend is held at the Inner Guidance retreat centre in Lavenham, Suffolk; price includes all food and accommodation costs.
We offer a creative and restful space for Doctors to take time out to unwind, relax and renew. Our primary aim is enabling an attitude of awareness and self-
The weekend comprises yoga Asana practice, open to all levels, Mindfulness and personal development sessions as well as free time to relax, luxurious accommodation and delicious wholesome meals.
By building body connection and practicing compassion towards ourselves we better tune into our needs and make more informed decisions. These skills both enhance our personal sense of well-
The focus this year is to explore growth, possibility and creative visualisation; developed by focusing on the outcomes we want rather than the problems we have.
Feedback from previous years includes…
'It was a truly wonderful experience coming on retreat this weekend. I feel as if it shifted something in me'.
I run this retreat with Jennifer Napier.
Jenny is a GP and occupational health medicine doctor. She has also founded Contextualyse to offer training, consulting and coaching to enable flourishing organisations, teams and individuals.
Her lifelong interest has been in vitality and living meaningfully and she writes a regular column on GP wellbeing. www.contextualyse.com
High quality time out is something we rarely give ourselves but it can be the starting point for a balanced and more fulfilled life.
If we take some moments away from the daily rush – without the distractions of media, family drama and household chores – we can focus our attention on how and where we are.
It is here that we make better decisions and contentment lies.
This weekend is held at the Inner Guidance retreat centre in Lavenham, Suffolk.
Food is vegetarian, organic, home grown and entirely homemade. It is totally delicious. Tea, coffee and snacks are available at all times.
Rooms can be twin/double or single occupancy and are either en-
Over the weekend we will connect body and mind with yoga practices open to all levels, calm ourselves with mindfulness and deep relaxation and nourish ourselves with wholesome food, company and surroundings.
This retreat runs from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon and includes all practices, meals, accommodation and refreshments.
‘Stepping out and tuning in’