Freedom to move - flow and myofascial release retreat

Freedom to move - flow and myofascial release retreat

February 23 – March 1, 2020

One of the most important things for the health of your body is the health of your fascia. And yoga is a great way to target the fascia!

During this retreat - which will primarily centre on inspiring practices of flow, stabilizing strength, quiet yin/restorative and myofascial release techniques with a couple of talks to tie it all together - you will get the tools to care for your fascia, also post-retreat. And as freedom in yoga is a mental as well as a physical endeavour, we’ll also dive into meditation and yoga philosophy.

If you're a yoga teacher, the training will offer inspiration to care for the fascial health of your students as in integrated part of your classes, but you don't have to teach in order to benefit from the training.

And most importantly... You'll get to spend a week by the beach in Goa at the end of February, which is pretty much the most magical time of the year in this stunning part of India.

Every morning at 8 am we’ll start with a two-hour class of meditation and flow. As the week progresses, we’ll work our way through the body, and use what we’ve learned in one class to enjoy the flow of the next even more. Afternoon classes at 4 pm are 1,5 hours long and will focus on myofascial release techniques, breath, some restorative poses, and a bit of theory. We’ll round of our days with evening meditation and themes from yoga philosophy.

Morning flow classes and evening meditations are primarily taught by Ann-Charlotte Monrad

Afternoon classes are taught by Kjartan Thor Óttarsson and Ann-Charlotte Monrad

Price for accommodation, yoga and meals:

1135 euro per person for a single room (only a few available at this price, so book yours quickly).

1000 euro per person for a shared room
Prices include yoga, meals and accommodation. Not included: Plane ticket and transfer to the retreat center, travel insurance, Indian visa fee, etc.

About the teachers:

Ann-Charlotte Monrad is one of Denmark’s most experienced yoga teachers and has been teaching for the past twenty years. She runs Prana Yoga Shala in the centre of Copenhagen, where she’s also been training teachers since 2012. 

For many years she studied with Richard Freeman, and has trained for her RYT-500 certification with Tiffany Cruikshank and Yoga Medicine. 

She combines her interest in anatomy with her love of meaningful sequencing and her knowledge of yoga philosophy. In 2016, she published a modern guide to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras (in Danish). She holds two MA’s in South Asian Cultures and Literatures, one from SOAS, University of London and one from University of Copenhagen.

Kjartan Thor Óttarsson is a yoga teacher and body worker. He assists at Prana Yoga Shala’s teacher trainings and co-teaches workshops on fascia and combining yoga and Chinese Medicine with Ann-Charlotte.

Email us at pranayogashala@gmail.com to secure your spot.

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