23rd Dec. 2017 – 30th Dec. 2017
(6:30 am – 8:30 pm)
Aithein, Agonda Beach, Goa, India
About the Course
Our purpose at Aithein is to help plan and organize yoga retreat in a stunning destination, giving teachers and practitioners, beautiful, sacred places to inspire, recharge and connect with themselves.
Our Yoga Retreat offers a healing environment that is extraordinary for the holistic treatment of the mind, body and soul. Using nature’s own remedies, our aim is to advise and inform you towards your utmost health potential.
We believe that it is your right to be healthy and strong in your mind and body.
Clients who have attended our yoga retreats report a new found inspiration for yoga because of the beautiful serene beach of Goa, closeness with nature and their freedom to disconnect with technology and their busy lives. The result: Transformation of body and mind leaves participants stronger, grounded and centered.
What Is Nadiprana Yoga?
On the surface, Nadiprana Yoga is a modern and simple form of physical yoga, developed from ancient vajrayana, kriya and Taoist practices. Essentially, it is a natural way of life. Nadiprana Yoga gets us out of the limited space of our heads and into vastness of our being. It is a way to feel more satisfied and to genuinely radiate contentment and satisfaction – partaking in the beauty of being alive. By making us feel fully embodied and present, it makes us automatically feel secure in our own nature.
As a daily discipline, it starts as a simple energy exercise regimen, with a focus on energizing and relaxing body and mind. From relaxation a deep awakening of the senses unfolds. Nadiprana Yoga can evoke vigor, joy and enthusiasm, and reconnect us with our primary experience, thus enhancing creativity.
Based on the relaxation it helps uncover, it then proceeds to guide us to awaken awareness and perception to their fullness. By vitalizing body, breath and mind, it generates the three types of intelligence that modern life requires: mental alertness and flexibility, as well as emotional and social intelligence.
As yoga it seems the ideal approach for our times. Mostly secular in its methodology it uses the ordinary to uncover the extraordinary. It teaches how by cherishing what is good about our own life we can outgrow and transcend existence’s more restricting or even meaner aspects.
When practiced at the introductory level Nadiprana Yoga is a simple but precise yoga regimen that guarantees to significantly increase energy levels, perk up fitness and strengthen and tone the body.
Based on several ancient systems of yoga, Nadiprana Yoga has simplified the techniques of these original sources to a degree that even a ten year old can practice at least some of them, or a seventy year old. Unlike any other kind of exercise system, at the introductory stages anyone can master Nadiprana Yoga – regardless of age and fitness.
Each movement is specifically designed to work on different areas of the body, while helping to gain or regain overall strength and flexibility. But, most importantly, these moves will increase energy levels, stamina and vitality.
Nadiprana Yoga can also be spiritually deeply satisfying, as many have experienced it as one of the best tools to support quiet sitting meditation and deep self-inquiry: the reason being that while Nadiprana Yoga significantly raises the energy level in the body it likewise calms the mind and supports a sense of inner openness and tranquility.
The Format of a Typical Nadiprana Yoga Class…
There is no limit to the possibilities of presenting Nadiprana Yoga. All formats are fine: from regular once weekly classes, through 3-day weekend workshops, to short term seminars of three to five or seven days, or even long-term retreats lasting from 21 days up to three months. However, for beginners weekend workshops and short seminars of three to seven days duration will be most suitable. Each workshop and retreat will be guided by a particular theme such as:
- Awakening Energy
- Opening the Heart
- Deepening Relaxation
- Refreshing the Senses
- Developing Balance
The selection of a particular focus simply depends on the specific needs and aims of any particular group or setting.
Nadiprana Yoga – “Awakening Energy” Program
The program is non-residential, including several short breaks.
The focus is to introduce some of the more stimulating Nadiprana Yoga exercises to get the energy up and flowing. This is the necessary first step. Very often, the development in Nadiprana Yoga takes the practitioner from energizing experiences, through a deep sense of relaxation on to nourishing the senses, and from there to calm abiding and compassionate equanimity, based on insight into one’s nature. However, without the first step of energizing the bodymind system none of this will come to pass.
|Benefits of a purposeful Yoga Retreat:|
The ancient practice of yoga can transform individuals on a physical, mental and spiritual level. It can lead to better health; a stronger, peaceful mind; and ultimately happiness. Quite simply, we believe that if more people practiced yoga the world would be a better place. At Aithein Yoga Retreat, we strive to offer inspiring locales to devote to the practice and teachings of yoga.
Prior to arriving at our yoga retreat facility, the instructors have already setup a schedule of activities to facilitate in a deeper yoga experience. Most yoga sessions are done in the morning, in the afternoon, or during the evening. Here, you are taught yoga methods and techniques that you can use for a more effective practice.
At Aithein, we carefully plan our yoga retreat to remain peaceful, powerful and ecologically sound.
Your day at Aithein will be spent like this:
6.30am to 8.30am – Yoga Class
8.30am – 10 am – Breakfast Break
10am – 1pm – Yoga Class
1pm – 3pm – Lunch Break
3pm – 5.30pm – Yoga Class
5.30pm – 8pm – Break, Swim, Dinner
8 pm – 9 pm – Meditation
Includes: Retreat Fee, Food, Accommodation,
Excludes : Travel, Airport Pickup etc.
100% payment needs to be submitted before commencement of the Nadiprana Yoga Retreat. Failure to make payment on time will result in students being excluded from the retreat.
You can enroll in the Nadiprana Yoga Retreat Course at Aithein by paying an advance payment/registration fee of INR 7000 (part of course fee) for each individual booking. Each additional course will require a separate enrollment & deposit. (All deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable)
Balance course fee must be paid in cash before the course commences either in Euros, US Dollars, British Pounds or INR. No other currency will be accepted.
English would be the medium of instruction.
You need not get anybody with you as model. As your trainer or students in your batch becomes your model, and students practice on each other.
Photograph and video in any course is strictly prohibited.
Code of Ethics:- The courses require a certain amount of physical contact between students which may be of a sensitive and personal level and you are expected to adhere to the guidelines set out below:-
Zero tolerance of sexual harassment, innuendo, language and any form of discrimination on the grounds of sexuality
Zero tolerance of racist attitudes and language.
Cancellation Policy: The course fee is non-refundable, non-cancellable and non-transferable.
Due to teacher cancellations, low bookings or other situations outside our control some courses may be temporarily or permanently unavailable. We reserve the right to make any changes to our programme, courses or teachers. Alternative arrangements are offered to the best of our ability but, if not taken up, we do not accept responsibility for any costs incurred, including airfare.