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Observe, accept, and understand as you journey inward to your center of consciousness. This workshop is a process that will take you through deep internal reflection. Your stay includes yoga, meditation, accommodation, meals, wisdom shares on Ayurveda, and cooking workshop. In the end, you will take home the tools necessary to continue training your mind and other aspects of your being.
You will be accommodated at Moon Gate Guest House in shared double and private room occupancy basis. It is an eco-friendly, all season, five bedroom guest house that offers you a unique retreat experience. This little gem was created by two amazing people, Jenny and Michel Dupas.
The converted Egg Grading Station is appointed with details of recycled, up-cycled, furnishings with all the comforts of home. Their newest addition is a sauna inspired by recycled cedar. Moon Gate is wheelchair accessible with all amenities on one level and each room features wide doorways for easy access.
The kitchen and multipurpose area allow for 20 or more people for a special dining experience and ample space for large groups (40 people) or family gatherings and activities such as quilt making, yoga, or meditation. The guest house was carefully created for your best retreat experience possible.
They chose a TV and Wi-Fi free guest house in order to offer a space free of electromagnetic frequencies so that you may sleep peacefully. The bathrooms has two wheelchair accessible bathrooms, which allow plenty of room in this situation. They are equipped with a tub or shower, grab bars where needed, and a comfort height toilet.
In Ayurveda, the fall season corresponds to two major doshas or mind-body principles: Pitta and Vata. Autumn is considered Pitta as long as hot weather prevails, and Vata as it becomes cold. Late fall and winter are known as “Vata season” because they are marked by some of the same qualities that characterize Vata: cold, dry, light, clear, and moving.
As long as these qualities are in balance, a person whose dosha is predominantly Vata will be healthy, creative, and exuberant. But when too much Vata accumulates in the body and mind, the imbalance may manifest as physical or emotional disorders, including insomnia, dry skin, arthritis, constipation, high blood pressure, anxiety, and depression.
All body types are vulnerable to Vata derangement during autumn and winter, but those who are predominantly Vata types need to be particularly vigilant about staying in balance.
Daily, you will be asked to explore the areas in your life. What is in balance and what is not. You will identify what you really want. Take the time to narrow down what you want to create in life, all while using the labyrinth to walk you through the process. Enjoy the journey to discover the "master" of your own life and leave the "victim" behind. The seven layers of turns in the labyrinth will call upon your chakras to get you to the ultimate goal, the light that is within you and your full potential on creating your life.
This retreat will take place at Moon Gate Guest House in Manitoba, Canada. It is a peaceful retreat situated at the mouth of the Whiteshell, surrounded by the strength of the flowing Whitemouth river.
During this retreat, you will be served daily Ayurvedic lunch and dinner. You can also take part in tri-dosha daily cooking workshop. Learn how to make ghee, cheese, yogurt, pro-biotic drink, and take the wisdom into Canadian cooking and Indian cooking.
Moon Gate is nestled alongside the bank of the Whitemouth River about five kilometers south of Whitemouth, Manitoba. Whitemouth was also home to Dr. Charlotte Ross, Manitoba’s first woman physician, who practiced medicine in Whitemouth from 1881 to 1912. The Whitemouth River invites not only avid fisherman but also keen canoeists and kayakers.
The river extends from number one Highway to Seven Sisters and provides prime spots for whitewater kayaking. The rural municipality also contains the Whitemouth Bog Ecological Reserve, Whitemouth Bog Wildlife Management Area (WMA), and Observation Point WMA that are protected by the province.
A short drive away is Seven Sisters, known for the Whitemouth Falls Provincial Park and Seven Sisters Hydro Dam, a meeting point of the Whitemouth River and the Winnipeg River. This is a great day outing for a picnic with your family, an artist’s retreat, or a photographer’s dream.
Winter activities in the area include six kilometers of groomed classic cross-country ski trails accessible from the road. The Eastman Sno Pals Trail connects with the Whiteshell and Can-Am Trails. With Moon Gate as your home base, long trips or short jaunts can be planned on the intricate system of trails here in the rural municipality of Whitemouth.
The area boasts several you-pick berry and vegetable farms and if you’re lucky, you will find a wild blueberry or mushroom patch. Wild edibles are abundant. At Moon Gate, they take advantage of seasonal vegetables and fruit in their culinary creations. Carvers, potters, traditional stained-glass, photographers, and wild-life artists make this area their home and welcome visitors through the summer and winter.
There are other area attractions such as Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary and Visitor Centre, located half kilometers east of Rennie on Highway 44, Whiteshell Trappers Museum on the Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary Grounds, and Whitemouth Municipal Museum, located off Highway 44 in Whitemouth.
Please book your flight to arrive at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG).
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