New Year's Eve in Tuscan Maremma
Join It’s Yoga Firenze for a New Year’s Eve Retreat on Mount Amiata
December 29th, 2014 - January 2nd, 2015
Close the 2014 with gratitude and begin the 2015 with love and inspiration.
Type of Event
Starting from 450 euros, including accommodation, brunch and dinner, yoga classes
Enjoy two yoga practices a day, a deepening of knowledge and experience with pranayama-breath technique, asana-postures and Vinyasa - connecting yourself to your movement. Quiet your mind and reflect on your intentions, desires and inspirations for 2015.
Allow yourself to be guided through pranayama techniques and gain access to your higher consciousness and dive deeper into your true self. Pranayama is an ancient breathing technique used to lighten the body, calm the mind and connect you to the present. Take time, slow down and listen. You may be surprised by what you hear.
The two daily yoga practices will include a morning practice for waking up the body, stretching and moving slowly with consciousness. The evening practice is for strengthening the physical body, invigorating the breath, flushing out stagnant energy.
Our farm in Amiata is a perfect place for meditation, rest, reflection and discovery. Join us in the yoga studio surrounded by natural wilderness reserves, away from the noise and lights of city life. Enjoy adventures in the afternoon to nearby ancient thermal baths, vineyards and walks through the forests.
9:30-10:30- MPS Yoga- Waking up your body, paying attention to how it feels rather than how is this supposed to look.
11:45-430 Free time, adventure and explore
4:30pm-6:30pm Circle, pranayama, meditation, and discussion
7:00- 8:30 Rocket Yoga practice- Enlivening and strengthening the body
Check in December 29th at 10am
Opening Circle December 29th at 11am
Closing Circle January 2nd 4:00pm
We encourage you to arrive by car to take advantage of the beauty surrounding the farm, but it is possible to arrive by public transportation.
Airports: The most convenient local airports are Florence, Pisa, Rome, and Perugia.
Train Connections: Grosseto, Civitella Paganico or Chiusi/Chianciano.
Buses: Although there are a few buses connecting the local towns to the larger centres, it is highly recommended that you have your own vehicle.