March 9th -11th with Lisa Ball

Pausing in Presence, an Autumn Retreat

Amarant Retreat Centre, Yarra Valley

Escape to the tranquil Amarant retreat with body flow teacher Lisa Ball for a weekend of yoga, meditation and being immersed in nature. Held over three days and two nights and set amidst 25 acres of luscious temperate rainforest in the Yarra Ranges National Park, this retreat provides a potent opportunity to pause from the hustle and bustle of daily life and reconnect to what truly matters.

 

As the heat of Summer transitions into the cooler and more contemplative tones of Autumn, we’ll harness the energy of the elements to rest, reflect and profoundly nourish ourselves.

 

This retreat includes:

  • Morning meditation and embodied yoga asana practice
  • Afternoon practices to deepen our sense of presence, wellbeing and vitality including; restorative yoga, movement meditation, journaling and embodied mindfulness practices
  • 2 nights accommodation, choose from single, double, triple or four person share rooms.
  • 3 x daily delicious organic vegetarian meals plus juices and snacks (dietary requirements can be accommodated)
  • Free time every day to be in nature, walk, rest, read and sleep.

 

Dates: Labour Day weekend Saturday 9 March 2019 (arrive by 2pm) – Monday 11 March 2019 (finishes 2pm)

 

Location: Amarant Retreat Center, 1475 Don Road, Don Valley (approximately 90 minutes from Melbourne)

 

Investment & booking: Places are strictly limited and there are only a certain amount of each room type available.

To view accommodation in more detail click here.

Twin share room: $826

Triple share room: $782

Four person share room: $716

Single room: $1090

 

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About Lisa

 

Lisa has been joyfully dedicated to the path of yoga and meditation for over a decade. She first discovered yoga while studying law and instantly connected to a feeling of peace and calm she hadn’t felt before. These practices were invaluable during her studies and later years practising as a lawyer. Lisa took time out of her law career to further train as a yoga and meditation teacher to share her passion with others. She spent two years living on the sacred island of Bali, deepening her studies, teaching yoga full time and leading retreats.

 

Now resettled in Melbourne, Lisa combines her passion for teaching yoga and meditation as well as working in the field of mediation with families in conflict. Lisa has completed 500 hour RYT Teacher Training with Tara Judelle in the Embodied Flow method and a further 200 hour training with Cat Kabira in vinyasa, hatha and yin yoga. Primarily inspired by the transformative practices of Anusara and Embodied Flow, Lisa fuses fluid movement with deep breath awareness to create a practice that celebrates and nourishes the body, mind and soul.