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Join me for three days filled with things that nourish our souls, facilitates our inner journey, and nurtures our existence of body and mind, as well as soul, including like-hearted company and great food.

  • Yoga classes
  • Mindfulness sessions
  • A complimentary journal
  • Working with Intention workshop
  • One hour Yoga Nidra
  • Accommodation
  • Meals

Arrive on Friday afternoon, take time to settle in, and get to know your fellow participants.

After supper each evening there will be a Yin Yang session followed by Yoga Nidra before bedtime.

In the morning we will wake up to a gentle yoga and mindfulness session followed by breakfast, a short workshop playshop, and a yoga flow session.

Participants will have the afternoon free to either explore their environment and the waterfall or to rest.

Costs:

The costs per person include accommodation, meals from Friday evening to lunch on Sunday, a voluntary environmental fee of R60, and a facilitator fee.

Twin/double room with en suite bathroom (per person):  R3080
Twin/double room with shared bathroom (per person):  R2860
Single room with shared bathroom (only 3 available):  R3260
Single-use of twin/double room (if space available), shared bathroom:  R3360
Single-use of ensuite room (if space available):  R3460
Dormitory  R2640
Camping (own tent)  R2440

To book:

Please fill in the mobile friendly booking form.

A 50% deposit will confirm your booking.

Banking details:

Bank: First National Bank
Branch: Bedford Gardens Branch
Branch code: 252155
Account name: Tara Rokpa Centre
Account no.: 6211 1707 157
Reference no.: “Retreat name + your name”

Your Facilitator Nadya Booyse:

I have been teaching since 2011 until 2017 and in that time, I have acquired roughly 1000 hours of teaching, not to mention training, retreats and workshops. I love what I do and it has taking me on the most unplanned route through my life. When I started my Yoga TT, I was desperately searching for answers and purpose in my life. I landed in a space where I did not necessarily find answers, but I did find a way to make peace with the world while I looked for them. I would like to share what I found, the experiences that I had, with others who might be able to benefit from them. Being a teacher doesn’t make me superior or all-knowing though, and so I have never stopped doing workshops and courses since I started my journey. I don’t believe that yoga means anything if it can’t be applied to your life. Whether Patanjali’s Sutras, or simply remembering to breathe when life throws a curve ball, yoga has been instrumental in my life, and since I am not all-knowing yet, it continues to do so. www.journey-keeper.com