25th Nov – 2nd Dec 2023
Join Craig Norris for this yoga retreat where he will share his practices from yoga, buddhism and shamanism that he has found so life-enriching and healing. This is an ideal opportunity to deepen your existing yoga practice or begin a new one. Practices will be able to cater for beginners and more experienced students.
Prices do not include:
Flights, transfers, Indian tourist visa, Travel insurance, spa treatments and therapies, excursions, beach towels. Extra can be paid for seafood dishes, alcoholic drinks and extra nights for late check out (this can be sorted directly with Bamboo Yoga at the earliest opportunity to guarantee your place).
But do include:
All yoga and meditation practices, 7 nights’ accommodation in simple but beautiful ensuite beach huts, morning juices, fruit and tea, vegetarian brunch and evening buffet.
7.30am Tea, juices and fruits
8.30am Morning Practice of a Forrest yoga ceremony including chanting meditation and an intelligently sequenced and themed Forrest yoga practice.
11.30am Vegetarian brunch followed by free time for relaxing on the beach or excursions.
3.00pm Tea, fruit and cookies
4.30pm Afternoon yoga. This session will either have more of a restorative/yin feel with Yoga nidra or practices such as transformational breathing/shamanic journeying etc, taking us to the beautiful Goan sunset.
6.30pm Vegetarian Buffet followed by free time to rest in the retreat lounge and bar, or stare at the stars until bed allowing the sounds of the waves to send you to sleep.
£775 Shared (2 Max per hut), £995 Single occupancy
Non refundable deposit of £350 to secure your place. (In the case of cancellation of the retreat a full refund will be given)
Craig has dedicated his life to studying various forms of yoga, meditation and chanting, including Ashtanga, Sivananda, Iyengar, Satyananda, and Forrest styles. He has further deepened his practice and teaching with studies in meditation and chanting as well as in yoga therapy with Yoga Campus and the Yoga Biomedical Trust. He has great love for the traditional in yoga and continues to study Sanskrit and is a fully qualified Vedic chanting teacher. He is also presently studying an MSc in Transpersonal Psychology.
Craig, who has been teaching for 18 years, teaches a practice that challenges, uplifts and heals by allowing us to explore the playing field that is our own body and mind. Being able to see ourselves in a light and humorous way and flirt with our edge is an opportunity to grow from the relationship we have with ourselves.
Before coming to yoga Craig suffered from depression and lack of direction. Yoga and meditation have given him great stability and opened up a journey of growth, insight and joy. His intention is for everyone to experience the healing effects of yoga practice and to create an opportunity for change so that we can all live a life that feels empowered and confident. Craig is one of the founders of the studio Renaissance Yoga and Wellbeing that is based in South London.