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Are you in need of a digital detox? Then a week at the foot of the majestic Atlas mountains in the glorious Moroccan countryside is what you need! Without compromising on Berber style, Moorish architecture, and mouth-watering Moroccan food, this amazing retreat will explore mindfulness in stillness and movement through meditation and yoga.
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You will spend six nights in a stylish ensuite lodge in the Moroccan countryside. The lodge is designed with floor to ceiling windows so that you can enjoy views of deep blue sky, the Atlas mountains, and country gardens. The sunny terraces feature comfortable loungers set amongst soft grasses, lavender, and ancient gurgling irrigation systems.
Snuggle into high thread Egyptian cotton sheets. Luxury toiletries and fluffy bath towels await you with stylish simplicity.
Your day ends with a mindfulness meditation session guided by teacher Brian Hilliard. The practice space is a panoramic glass shala with a traditional Berber tent roof, thick carpets, and Atlas views. There you will learn the techniques and practice of sitting and walking meditation. Talks, discussions, and some silence for inner reflection make the experience complete.
During these sessions, you will acquire the tools needed to de-stress and gain greater peace and relaxation. You will learn how to mix meditation with daily life, let go of what is unimportant, and cultivate greater kindness.
You will relax and experience the art of letting go. The sessions are suitable for both beginners and advanced practitioners.
This is an optional session for runners and walkers. Running with meditation is an introduction to meditation in movement. Reach the zone easily with practical instructions for combining mindfulness and movement.
Like running, you meditate with the body. If you set the body up in a good posture it can automatically affect your mind. Your busy mind settles down, you breathe better, and you begin to separate the trees from the forest. Your vision opens out and you begin to smile. It all comes about because you learn to relax and be kind to yourself.
If you really get into it, meditation is about feeling good without conditions. It’s contentment with what you have. Runner’s high feels the same way because there is a mind and body synchronicity that comes from being fully present in the movement. You might feel that you want to run forever, or meditate forever. You can feel good in whatever you do, whether you’re moving or sitting still.
Running with meditation connects you to the mystery of life. You connect with your power as you burn calories with amazing reserves that can keep you going for hours. Sometimes there’s an amazing outflow of ideas and bursting energy to initiate great projects. Meditation also connects you to that mysterious source.
This yoga is suitable for all levels of fitness and ability. During these sessions, you will practice Yin and Hatha yoga styles, strengthen and align body and mind, gain confidence in your natural balance and harmony, as well as access and work with deep emotion through working with the body.
Shannon van Staden
Shannon van Staden believes in making mindfulness accessible to everyone. Her passion and expertise for meditation and yoga allows a gentle introduction to an ultimately life-changing experience within a space of love and gentleness.
Brian carefully and expertly guides beginners and experienced meditators through all the steps of mindfulness meditation. He provides lots of opportunities for you to build on strengths and let go of weaknesses, while inviting you to engage in solitary connection with yourself, and warm and friendly group interaction. At 18, Brian got life-changing teachings from the great Tibetan master Chőgyam Trungpa Rinpoche. Following many advanced seminaries and years of training, Brian completed the traditional Tibetan three-year retreat, and has studied and taught mindfulness for over 35 years.
This retreat will take place in the Moroccan countryside, at the Kasbah Beldi Hotel. The location enables you to enjoy vast views of the snowy Atlas Mountains and acres of beautiful country gardens.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in the price. Dinners are traditional North African dishes with the best of Moroccan cuisine. They are lovingly prepared with vegetables and fruits harvested from the gardens. Dine under olive trees on Berber carpets and cushions. You will rediscover balance and happiness through a well-nourished self with greater life-force energy.
The afternoons are at your leisure, so you can rest, read, write, or nap on a terrace or under the ancient olive trees, or cool off in one of the tranquil swimming pools. Or maybe you would like to play a game of pétanque, take a walk, or treat yourself to a scrub or massage at the spa.
The Kasbah hosts an exquisite spa with Moroccan hammam for a nice steam, scrub, or massage with essential oils and aromatic plants. Finish by relaxing on a lounger with a mint tea at the fire place or on the sunny terrace.
The Kasbah is also a perfect starting point for walks in the countryside or to the nearby Berber village. Enjoy a paddle around beautiful lake Lalla Takerkoust, or feel the freedom of the wide open spaces below the Atlas Mountains.
One hammam steam and scrub treatment is included in the price of this retreat. The Kasbah hosts an exquisite spa with Moroccan hammam for a nice steam, scrub, or massage with essential oils and aromatic plants, and you can book extra sessions for an additional cost.
Please book your flight to arrive at Marrakesh Menara Airport (RAK). Transfer from and to the airport is included. The organizer will pick you up from the airport.
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