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Come and join Yoga Tree this Yin yoga and holistic aromatherapy retreat. During this retreat, you will focus on Wood element and the nervous system.
During this holiday, you will stay at Twinkle Villa, 700 meters above the sea level and surrounded by green and reserved tree. It has officially opened in December 2016 and is located in Tanarimba, Jung Baik, Pune. The resort is surrounded by woods and very close to nature but very luxurious. It is a place where you can unwind and escape for a while the busy life of the city. However, the network signal is weak at the resort and there is no Wi-Fi.
It is designed to create an isolated space so that you can fully enjoy the grace of nature with your family or friends. You will wake up in the morning with the birds in music and the gurgling water sound, a life that you will not find in the city. The architecture is very primitive and modern. It has a large transparent floor and ceiling windows, with cement walls and red brick walls in the middle of nature, truly a unique place to be.
Twinkle Villa’s main purpose is to help modern people put down technology products and have a quality time with friends and family. The resort has different amenities that can make your relaxation even better. You can visit the art gallery and tea house or explore the hot springs and waterfalls. At night, you can gather around and savor the delicious barbecue.
There are three different types of accommodation, namely Chengal House, Gaharu House, and Meranti House. In this retreat, you will stay in Meranti House in triple sharing (one on floor mattress) with attached bathrooms including a shared kitchen and the common area.
This retreat is a perfect opportunity to rejuvenate, enjoy yoga, and learn about aromatherapy. You will be learning in depth and with safety about the therapeutic, aesthetic, and subtle aspects of essential oils using therapeutic base ingredients and aromatherapy. The five elements are a comprehensive template that organizes all natural phenomena into five master groups or patterns in nature.
Each of the five groups including wood, fire, earth, metal, and water include categories such as a season, a direction, climate, stage of growth and development, internal organ, body tissue, emotion, the aspect of the soul, taste, color, sound. The categories are seemingly limitless. The five elements reflect a deep understanding of natural law, the Universal order underlying all things in your world.
In Chinese medicine, the organs are not merely physical entities, they are functions. These functions reside throughout the body, not in one place. Just as the body overall needs these functions to maintain health, each cell also requires the same functions. You cannot say that just the body needs oxygen and needs to eliminate wastes. The function of respirations (via the lungs) and elimination (via the Kidneys) are pervasive: every part of the body needs to be fed, nourished, and its wastes are taken away.
The heart is called the 'King' of the organs. The Internal Medicine Classic states: 'The heart commands all of the organs and viscera, houses the spirit, and controls the emotions.' In Chinese, the word for 'heart' (hsin) is also used to denote 'mind'. When the heart is strong and steady, it controls the emotions; when it is weak and wavering, the emotions rebel and prey upon the heart-mind, which then loses its command over the body.
Physiologically, the heart controls the circulation and distribution of blood, and therefore all the other organs depend upon it for sustenance. Thoughts and emotions influence the function of various organs via pulse and blood pressure, which are controlled by the heart, where emotions arise. Internally, the heart is functionally associated with the thymus gland, which is located in the same cavity and forms a mainstay of the immune system.
Extreme emotions such as grief and anger have an immediate suppressive effect on the immune system by inhibiting thymus function, a phenomenon that has long been observed but little understood in Western medicine. Externally, the heart is related to the tongue, to which it is connected by the heart muscle. The color and texture of the tongue thus reflect the condition of the heart.
Speech impediments such as stuttering and mutism are often caused by dysfunction or imbalance in heart energy. Facial complexion, which is a direct reflection of blood circulation, is also a major external indicator of heart function. Fire energy makes the heart the dominant organ of summer, during which season the heart must increase circulation to the surface in order to dissipate excess body heat.
Aromatherapy is the holistic therapeutic application of genuine and authentic plant-derived essential oils for enhancing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health of the individual.
Here is how to harness to mood-boosting power of essential oils.
This warm, camphoraceous aroma is used to help inspire the calmness when you are stressed. You need to mix a few drops into a carrier oil and add to a warm bath.
This strong, camphoraceous aroma is used to help you breathing easier when you are stuffy. You need to add a few drops to boiling water, cover head with towels, close eyes, and inhale deeply for no more than five minutes.
This floral aroma is used to calm and relax to clear your head when you are tense. You need to mix six drops with one-ounce almond oil and dab under your nose and inhale for 15 minutes.
This fresh and sweet orange peel aroma is used to invigorate the mind and sense when you are tired. You need to add to a reed diffuser and leave on the desk for continual bursts of refreshing scent.
This minty, floral herb aroma is used to provide a scent to center and balance when you are meditating. You need to add to a diffuser so you can breathe in the benefits during meditation.
This floral citrus aroma is used to help you to unwind and relax when you sleep. You need to add 30 drops to one ounce of water to spray scent around the bedroom.
This fresh, strong mint aroma is used to cool to stimulate clear breathing and soothe throat when you are under-the-weather. You need to add several drops to a diffuser.
This sweet, fruity aroma is used to help to bring the clarity and focus on the mind when you are scattered. You need to mix one or two drops with one ounce of jojoba oil and dab onto temples and wrists whenever you need a boost.
Surya is a well-trained and certified teacher in Hatha and Sivananda yoga. She has completed a 30-day intensive teacher training course and received a yoga teacher certification from a Sivananda Ashram at the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains in October 2009. She has taught in New Zealand after she completed her teacher course. She further studied with her interest in Yin Yoga and completed 50hours of Yin Yoga and mindfulness course at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with Yin Mindfulness Immersion in Dec 2016 and Meridian Series May 2018.
Frédérique Suriya is a passionate and holistic aromatherapist originally from Marseille, France. Trained and graduated since 2013 with Lydia Bosson, Usha Veda, in Switzerland and Gabriel Mojay, Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy, in London, she lives a simple and rich life in the jungle of Malaysia and has done so for the past 15 years. She knows how to share her love for nature and aromatics with great enthusiasm.
The retreat will take place in Pahang, Malaysia. If you look at the maps, you will see that Janda Baik is positioned on the highlands of the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, Pahang, where the famous 130 million years virgin rainforest national park, Taman Negara, is founded. Therefore, the surrounding jungle is still relatively undisturbed; indeed one can find numerous rivers and waterfalls as well as luxuriant flora and some hidden wildlife that can be spotted by the patient and observant adventurer.
Nowadays, this village starts to become quite popular with urban dwellers of Kuala Lumpur seeking to escape the bustle of the city for a brief respite, most probably because here is their closest, coolest, quietest, and most natural place to get away from it.
In addition, the preservation of the trees, particularly fruit trees, adds some appeal for guests. Here, if you are lucky to come during fruit season, you will taste a full array of tropical fruits such as the infamous king of the tropical fruit, the durian, and the favorite queen of the fruit, the mangosteen, but also rambutan and pulasan, soursop, jackfruits and chempedak, guavas, langsat. One can also find on the land few kind of ulam that can be known as herbs and leaves that can be eaten raw and are considered as good medicine, food full of nutrients.
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Dinner, cold pressed juices, and tea are included in the price. Experience raw food and home cooked vegetarian foods with no msg, simple yet nutritious meals. Your meals include vegetarian lunch, raw vegan dinner, and cold pressed juices as breakfast in the morning of day two.
Please book your flight to arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request.
Go to the Titiwangsa monorail or Star station where there is also a bus station, there you can find at lorong four a red bus called Central Pahang, this is the bus going to Bentong or Raub every full hour. Take this bus for 4,40 MYR and ask to stop at Bukit Tinggi Chinese village, Selesa Hillhomes. Call for a lift, or even better, call Yoga Tree before leaving Kuala Lumpur and they will wait for you 45 minutes later.
Shuttle from Bukit Tinggi Chinese village, Selesa Hillhomes bus stop is available at an additional cost of 10 MYR.