@Serpentine Retreat Centre
(one hour drive from Perth)
Fri 3rd - Sun 5th November 2017
A little about the retreat theme...
"Everyone has basic needs deeply rooted into their subtle bodies and unconscious mind. These desires form the foundation and structure of your life. Your ability to be aware of the basic ‘chakra needs’ that drive you has a direct influence on your health, happiness and sense of fulfilment in life.
When you are unaware of these drives and are unable to meet these primal needs, your subconscious will motivate you to fulfil them in anyway possible. This can result in behaviours that may even be counterproductive.
During this weekend you will look at the basic driving force of each chakra and bring balance to the system through Kriya Yoga, Yoga Nidra and self-analysis."
Suitable for those with or without prior yoga experience.
Included in the retreat weekend program:
* asana and pranayama
* yoga nidra (deep relaxation)
* karma yoga
* healthy vegetarian meals
* bush walks
Please note the retreat will begin at 6pm on Friday 3rd November and conclude by 3pm on Sunday the 5th.
About Swami Muktibodhananda :
Swami Muktibodhananda is a world-class exponent of the Satyananda system of Yoga. Born in Melbourne, Australia, from childhood she was drawn to the disciplines of yogic sadhana and ashram life. At the age of 17 she came to India to live with her guru Sri Swami Satyananda, and lived at Bihar School of Yoga, Munger for 10 years studying, teaching and practising sadhana under the direct guidance of Sri Swami Satyananda.
Under the guidance of Sri Swami Satyananda, she authored the Yoga Publications Trust commentary Hatha Yoga Pradipika: Light on Hatha Yoga and the text Swara Yoga: The Tantric Science of Brain Breathing. In 1985 Swami Muktibodhananda returned to Australia. In 1993 she was given the title of Yogacharya by Swami Niranjanananda. Here in Australia she authored her third book, 'Energy the Spark of life and Universal Goddess'.