Join us for a fun, uplifting and rejuvenating week in Italy at this stunning retreat space.
We are extremely excited to be offering this retreat in Italy. Rach is from the UK and Kaspar and Raquel are from Denmark and Italy….. Rach will be teaching yoga, meditation and breath work. Raquel and Kaspur are our wonderful Acro Yoga teachers.
Rach guides Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin yoga practices, along with meditation and breath work. You can expect a very down to earth and humorous approach from Rach with challenging and fun variations for all levels. She will also offer various meditations including art meditation, moving meditation, chanting meditation, breath meditation and more. Yoga nidra, mudras and chakra work are interwoven into the practice also.
We will offer a strong 90 minute morning yoga practice daily, a 2 hour Acro workshop daily and a gentle 90 minute yin yoga with meditation and yoga nidra in the evening. Everything is optional of course. This is your holiday and it is your body and mind. This is your chance to give back to yourself.
Rachel Cox BIO:
Rachel has a background in dance, art, martial arts and law. For years Rachel pursued a career in law after graduating from Queen Mary University, London, and BPP Law School. She returned to her first love of holistic therapy. It came naturally to her as she had been raised in an environment that welcomed and encouraged complementary therapies. One of her biggest influences is her mother who practiced homeopathy, reflexology, aromatherapy, iridology and massage for many years. Rachel has traveled the world to complete her various training and brings her unique zest for life to everything she does. Sometimes laughter really is the best medicine. She continues her personal and professional development on an annual basis, keeping up to date with the latest knowledge from around the world, developing her practice, therapies and of course, herself.
RAQUEL AND KASPER BIO:
Raquel (Italy) and Kasper (Denmark) are experienced acroyoga teachers and have been teaching together for more than two years, but both have a background in a variety of movement types. They met with a shared background and passion for dance – they use ideas, inspiration and technique from this world to explore movement through acroyoga, yoga and handstands. In classes, they aim to create a space of trust and genuine connection – including everyone in an engaging and fun learning experience every time.
The mission is to share what they love with passion through their project: Nûna – an invitation for creative souls to connect and share their abilities and talents with the world – creating what we each find beautiful within arts, handicrafts, and movement – www.nuna.life