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Mezclar yoga con percusiones crea una poderosa forma para unir cuerpo, mente y espíritu: representa una nueva forma de mejorar todos los aspectos de tu práctica de yoga, profundizando en tu investigación interior. Yoga y percusiones son el maridaje perfecto. La resonancia vibrante de los tambores lleva a los estudiantes a profundizar en su práctica de yoga, cuando el tiempo influencia la intensidad del movimiento.
The house is traditionally built of local stone, with a large converted barn used for running retreats. The upstairs barn (60 square meters) has plain wooden floors and is perfect for yoga practice, dance, meditation or martial arts.
Downstairs the house has a large living space with a corner kitchen, a large dining area, two showers and two toilets. During the good weather there is an 80 square meters wooden platform covered from direct sunlight just below the house, which has a wonderful view into the mountains and is perfect for yoga practice, dance, meditation or martial arts.
The farmhouse itself can accommodate 14 - 16 people comfortably with four reasonable sized bedrooms (each room sleeping 2-3 people) and one large dormitory style bedroom (sleeping 6-8 people).
There are two indoor showers and bathrooms within the main building. There are also three sun heated outdoor showers and a fully functioning outdoor toilet.
In this drumming and yoga retreat, you will explore the practice of Hatha yoga, meditation and pranayama with the aid of live drumming. A beautiful dance between teacher, drummer, space and student. You will also explore rhythm and the art of drumming through the exploration of sound, vibration and movement. You will experience the joy of playing together using hand drums, stick drums, and other small percussion instruments and will also explore the use of the voice through singing traditional kirtan and bhajan.
On the free day you will be taken for a 'Hike' up the mountain on a pilgrim path, all the way to the La Verna Monastery, where San Francis of Assisi Received his stigmata.
La Croce is a beautifully situated, South facing farmhouse in the Casentino National Park, in Tuscany. It stands at 650 meters up on a ridge between two valleys along which run two rivers, tributaries to the Arno. It nestles into the slopes of Mount Penna (1259 meters), the Sacred Mountain at the summit of which lays the Verna monastery, and through which passed the ancient Via Roma, once connecting the people from North eastern Italy to Rome.
Being within a safe haven of the national park the area is rich with wild flowers and fauna and full of wild life: boar, deer, various birds of prey, porcupine and wolves which can often be heard calling at night.
There are two natural springs on the property from which all the completely natural untreated mountain water is collected
The house lies on the footpath which joins up the two most important medieval monasteries, Camaldoli and the Sanctuary of Chiusi della Verna where San Francesco reportedly received his Stigmata. There is a 1 and a half hour walk directly from the house to the Verna.
There are roughly 30 hectares of oak, beech and chestnut forest with some pasture land belonging to the property.
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Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in the price of the retreat. The food served is vegetarian, completely organic and grown locally.
Rimbocchi, the small local village, is one kilometer and has a bakery and pizzeria.
Bibbiena is a medieval hilltop town and the nearest reasonable sized town with a cinema and various activities running throughout the summer months.
There are many walking (or riding) tracks, some officially marked, running from the house taking you in any direction. There are various waterfalls and rock pools along the river, a short walking distance from the house, where you can go to swim or simply lie on the river rocks and cool off.
You exit at Arezzo and then follow for Bibbiena.
From there you take the road towards Chiusi della Verna and after 6 kilometers take the only main turning on your left for Rimbocchi.
Once there, phone as you will need to be picked up in a four wheel drive. Most normal vehicles will not be able to get up the track to the house easily.
You exit at Cesena and take the A45 to Bagno di Romagna.
From there take the Mandrioli pass to Badia Prataglia and then take a left for Rimbocchi. Alternatively exit at Firenze Sud. You then follow for Pontassieve and the Consuma mountain pass which will take you down into Bibbiena.
From there follow previous instructions for Rimbocchi.
There is a coach from Florence to Bibbiena, with the Sita bus company, which you take from the coach station just in front of the train station. From Bibbiena there is an occasional local service to Rimbocchi. From there, phone and you will be picked up.
From Arezzo you can get to Bibbiena by bus and then a local service to Rimbocchi.