with Eileen Muir
Montenegro - October 9-16, 2022
I travel the world to find beautiful and serene retreat locations which support going deep in our practice. I am delighted to offer my next annual retreat at a peaceful haven of coastal beauty and mountain vistas in Montenegro.
Our yoga retreat home provides a cozy nest in the midst of nature. The Retreat is surrounded by various walking trails in a village on top of a hill and takes about 10/15 minutes to walk to the local beach.
Expect to be energized, strengthened and relaxed by yoga, silenced and calmed by pranayama and meditation, nourished by healthy food and rejuvenated by the sparkling clear Adriatic sea.
Yoga classes are geared to Iyengar Levels II and up, but all levels are welcome. I work with your individual needs and show you how to modify the poses to maximize the benefits of your practice regardless of physical abilities or the level of your experience.
Each day begins with meditation followed by an asana class. There will be two vegetarian meals prepared for us, as well as scheduled coastal hikes, swimming, optional excursions, massage treatments, and chill-out time. There is an afternoon restorative yoga and pranayama class followed by Patanjali's Yoga Sutra study. After dinner there is meditation ... followed by silence.
All activities are optional, and there will be free time to discover beautiful lakes, old towns and ruins as well as time to recharge and reconnect with your inner self.
All bedrooms are spacious, have private bathrooms and beds can be separated Into single beds. There are:
Rooms will be allocated on a first-come bases and require payment in-full to be confirmed. For your best options, choose now
The cost for the7-day retreat ranges from $1,750 to $2,250 per person - depending on the accommodation option that you choose.
Cancellations must be received in writing by e-mail to:email@example.com
For cancellations received before June 1st, you will receive a refund of any monies paid less a $300 non-refundable reservation deposit.
No refunds at all will be given for any cancellations after June 1, 2022.
Karuna Spain reserves the right to cancel this retreat at any time due to natural disasters, global pandemics, global travel restrictions, world or political events, or for any reason at our sole discretion.
Comprehensive travel insurance is strongly advised to cover any eventualities that lead to trip cancellations by us, or by yourself for personal reasons. A site that offers competitive insurance is World Nomads.
This tiny Balkan country along the Adriatic Sea is bordered by Croatia on the north and Albania on the south. It is smaller than the state of Conneticuit, yet it contains some of Europe's most rugged mountains, its deepest canyon, the largest lake in the Balkans, a fiord, 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 117 beaches.
The best airport option is Podgorica Airport (TGD) (Montenegro). Many airlines fly there including Ryanair which have cheap direct flights from England, Sweden, Germany and Belgium. From the airport, it takes one hour by car to the retreat. Transfer from and to this airport can be arranged on request for a fee to be published.
From the Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), the retreat is a 2 1/2 hour coastal drive south, which includes a tour through the incredible Bay of Kotor, if you wish to extend your adventure.
Distance from airports to Retreat Center:
Contact us with any questions about your travel arrangements to the retreat.
In 1991, the Montenegrin authorities adopted a declaration by which the country became the first ecological state in the world
Monastery Ostrog is one of the most visited shrines in the Christian world. A miracle built by nature and human interaction, carved almost in its entirety in a vertically positioned mountain cliff. It is located in central part of Montenegro near Niksic.
Long Beach (Velika Plaža) as the name implies, is the longest beach on the Adriatic Sea (13 km) and it stretches from Bojana to Port Milena in Ulcinj.
One of main activities in last years is kite surfing. Beautiful 13 – kilometer- long sandy beach.
The New York Times included Long Beach in a ranking of top travel destinations for 2010.
Tara Canyon is the deepest canyon in Europe, and second deepest canyon in the world. It is located in north region within national park Durmitor.
Skadar Lake is the largest lake in the Balkan peninsula. It is home to hundreds of bird species and is one of the national parks in Montenegro.
The Bay of Kotor is the southernmost fjord in the world, and it is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. If driving from Dubrovnik, you will pass through the Bay's scenic, serpentine roads, making it easy to explore the many scattered medieval towns with peacock-blue inlets.
Montenegro uses the euro as its currency. In 2012, Montenegro became the first country from the current six Western Balkan states to start accession negotiations with the European Union.
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