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Yoga Retreats with Angelique.

Where 'playful vinyasa' meets 'moving meditation'

We are delighted to announce the release of our mid-year yoga retreats.

Growing up in the warm waters of French island, La Reunion, Angelique knows just how therapeutic island life can be. Her curiosity for an enriched life led her to discover Yoga through the practice of Ashtanga. The positive impact of the practice in her own life encouraged her to complete her 1000hr Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in at the Yoga Space, Perth.

Angelique would describe her classes as both playful vinyasa and moving meditation and has furthered her training by completing both the Jon Kabat Zinn based Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program and further Yoga Nidra and Relaxation Workshops. She enjoys empowering others with simple mindfulness and meditation based techniques to allow them to more readily work with the everyday stressors of life.

Angelique has also completed post-graduate training in Yin Yoga (A deeply relaxing practice focussing on the bodies connective tissue) and Pre/Post-Natal Yoga.

This wide range of practices and training is reflected in Angeliques playful yet therapeutic classes; which she readily adapts to students of every level, beginner to advanced.

Angelique is currently practicing Ashtanga yoga under the guidance of Sharath Jois in Mysore India, and looks forward to returning to Talalla from April 2014.

Retreat dates:
April 5th to 11th 2014
May 3rd to 9th 2014
June 7th to 13th 2014
July 5th to 11th 2014
August 2nd to 8th 2014
September 6th to 12th 2014


SEVEN DAY YOGA RETREATS AT TALALLA

Focussed on Living in The Moment - The Practices
- Vinyasa Yoga classes, Twice Daily.
- 2x Yin Classes
- 3x Meditation, Pranayama (Breath-Work) Sessions.
- 2x Yoga Philosophy Workshops
- Sanskrit Chanting and Chai Tea Creating...And Savouring!

If you have any further questions regarding the retreats, please dont hesitate to contact Angelique at angelique_yoga@hotmail.com .


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