September 23 – 29, 2019 Exedra Hotel Cappadocia, Turkey
Cappadocia’s celebrated ‘fairy chimneys’ are the work of the ultimate sculptor: Mother Nature. Time has eroded this volcanic terrain into a twisted moonscape, a topographical whimsy. Man has followed in nature’s footsteps gouging homes out of these rocky cones. In the town of Ortahisar; which means ‘middle fortress’ as a reference to its towering volcanic rock formation, the Exedra Hotel in Cappadocia (our Yoga Shala fort he Retreat) recovers the history of the ancient culture burried deep within the soils of it's city.
Walk around the valleys and discover hundreds of churches, chapels, and monasteries hewn out of the stone. Clamber up a rickety ladder to a dark entrance, step inside, and your gaze will be met by the faces of saints decorating the walls, arches, and pillars carved by local Christians some 700-1,300 years ago.
What can you expect? A Jivamukti Yoga Retreat in a historical region in Central Anatolia, with the possibility to deepen your yoga practice, to get to know a historical and cultural region in Turkey, to relax in the hotel’s Spa, Massages and other types of treatments, and the possibility to book available activities organized by the hotel. Such as daily vegan breakfast and dinner. Relaxation combined with a daily yoga practice.
Yogeswari, based at the Jivamukti Yoga School in New York City, is one of the most senior teachers of the Jivamukti Yoga Method. She is Advanced Certified, a Facilitator of Jivamukti Teacher Trainings, and has taken many Jivamukti Certified Teachers through their one-on-one 800-hour-certification. Yogeswari is known for her vigorous, seamless Vinyasa sequencing, and her thought-provoking philosophical teachings. She holds an MA in choreography and dance from New York University and a BFA McL in dance from Temple University, Philadelphia.
Date: September 23 – 29, 2019
Location: Exedra Hotel Cappadocia, Turkey
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