Alam Kita means ‘Our Nature’ and just because of its natural environment this place brings you in direct connection with your own nature.
Yoga Retreats (3)
Monique van der Heijden
MoYoKi supports change-processes based on the philosophy of yoga philosophy. As a yoga and meditation teacher, trainer/coach transformative bodywork Monique supervises the yoga retreat weeks at Alam Kita twice a year. It is her personal mission to get people moving in an open and honest manner to connect with subcutaneous processes and make a difference there. In her work, she likes to use the entire color palette of experience to invite people to come to their core. Always with a nicely coordinated and substantive program.
Her dream becomes reality to build a place for retreats on this beautiful island of Karimunjawa! A paradisiacal island in an oasis of peace where you can come all the way to yourself without all the stimuli of daily life. When she first came to Karimunjawa (January 2016), she immediately got the idea to start something like Alam Kita here. She is very happy when she sees people relaxing on the spot, find themselves again, and get the glint back in their eyes. Alam Kita provides a place for people to reconnect with themselves. An immersion in love and care from her.
Emile and Floris
Emile and Floris will supervise this week, they are specialized in relaxation and connection. They combine their passions to contribute to a more sustainable, relaxed, and connected society. They do this through sound experiences, Happy Flow sessions, Happy Flow workshops, connection workshops, cuddle workshops, a workshop energy management, Tai chi, and Qi gong retreats and they offer individual sessions.
In early 2009, Mary started writing a book and her daughter was still alive. Then, they had no idea what to expect. The book was published half a year later. Her daughter had passed away and Mary dedicated the book to her. Besides being a writer, Mary is also a visual artist. She had been a guest curator twice for exhibitions with the theme of death, “Death Eaters” and “Lecho de Muerte” (deathbed). Her autonomous work also comes from the same theme. Mary makes reliefs with eggshells that symbolize life and death, and thus, also symbolize “the great mystery”.