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September 29 – 6 October, 2018

An Italian Escape with Alan Ellman & Nadine Sharkey:
Dynamic yoga retreat


This retreat will aim to make you laugh, sweat and let go. Expect strong flow, mindful meditation, and plenty of relaxation.

Join Alan Ellman and Nadine Sharkey for a week of food, sunshine and yoga (probably not in that order). This retreat will aim to make you laugh, sweat and let go. Expect strong flow, mindful meditation, and plenty of relaxation.

Weekly schedule:

Saturday 29th September

  • 16.30- 18.00 – Dynamic Yoga
  • 19.30 – Dinner
  • Later… – Wine/chat/chill/bed

30th September – 5th October

  • 8 – 9.30 – Dynamic Yoga
  • 10.00 – Breakfast
  • 11.00 – Sun worship/swimming/hammock-swinging
  • 16.30– 18.00 – Various – workshop/yin/yoga nidra/meditation
  • 19.30 – Dinner
  • Later… – Wine/chat/chill/bed

Saturday 6th October

  • 8 – 9.30 – Dynamic Yoga
  • 10.00 – Breakfast

Nadine – BIO:

Nadine decided to become a yoga teacher by accident. She undertook her 200 hour training as a way of deepening her own practice. And, to her immense surprise, she discovered that she loved teaching. A year later, she realised that she was happier for the one hour a week she taught part-time, than the 40+ hours a week she spent stretching advertising deadlines. So, one day (after a really frustrating meeting), she quit the day job and booked herself an advanced teacher training in India.

Since then, Nadine has been teaching a combination of Vinyasa, Power, Restorative and Yin classes across London, as well as teaching on both 200 and 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training courses. She aims to bring a sense of playfulness to every class – encouraging students to be curious and to challenge their minds as much as their bodies.

Find out more about her at www.floweast.yoga


Alan – BIO:

Alan first discovered Yoga while teaching English in Hong Kong. It was love at first downward-facing-dog. Before too long he had signed himself up to a Yoga Teacher Training course in India and was re-focusing his teaching career in an entirely new direction.

Since then, Alan has gone on to study Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Rocket and Yin Yoga. Now based in London, he teaches Rocket, Power, Vinyasa, and Yin Yoga full-time – migrating with the birds each winter to Goa to lead Yoga Teacher Training courses. His classes are strong, playful and always sweaty.

When he’s not teaching? You’ll mostly find Alan somewhere sunny and be standing on his hands.

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