Last Updated on July 25, 2021 by Editor
“I felt like I was living in a dream… I’ve become a devotee of yoga and I really can’t imagine anything better than doing yoga everywhere in the world, but adding the art was an incredible bonus. And Venice! I thought one week might be too long, but I can barely wait to return learning about the layers of wonder that exist there. And, then Italy! OMG! Amazing:) Thank you from the bottom of my heart for creating such a wonderful excursion and more than that, living in a truly beautiful way, where you are able to manifest your happiest lives while giving sooooo much to others.”
From the 1st – 6th November, we’re returning to our annual retreat in Venice, Italy – and we’ve added some fun new surprises. This enchanting city is the backdrop of a magical retreat – with daily yoga, creativity workshops, day trips, spas, masks, sites, gondolas, and gourmet meals.
Come away with us for a week in the magical part of Italy known as Venezia! Venice is a place unlike any other in the world, and to see it is to transport yourself back to the days of Casanova, masked balls, and Carnevale.
Oh, but there is so much more to Venice than what the usual tourist visit can offer. Our yoga retreat will allow for a deeper knowledge of Venice, its canals, and neighbouring islands. We’re so excited to offer this retreat during a unique time to visit this amazing city – as it’s out of the main tourist season so you can get a deeper view into the local life.
This is one of our continued collaborations with Julian Hyzler from EASEL&LENS to combine a look at creative focus with art projects in sketching and “ifonography” (smartphone photography) throughout the week.
Yoga and meditation classes will be held daily to prepare our bodies and minds to find the calm in the magic that is Venice – and then these art projects will help us find news ways of seeing – both yoga and art working together to find focus in the many layers of history, water, and beauty of the Venetian landscape.
You will get to experience all the major forms of water transportation that the city offers, and there’s also plenty of time to explore on your own as well.
All levels are welcome, and participation is voluntary. Projects and classes will be offered as a completely exploratory, non-intimidating and personal experience. More info click here.