Bountiful, Blissful & Beautiful Womens Retreat 23rd-25th October 2020 – Yorkshire
Calling all women to come together for a nourishing retreat set in the beautiful countryside of Mooreside in Yorkshire. A Blend of Kundalini Yoga, Sadhana, Sound Healing Gong and crystal bowl immersions, wisdom of karam kriya, mantra jappa and kirtan, time in nature, time in silence, relaxation and sharing are awaiting you.
Your facilitator for this retreat is Preet Kaur: Kundalini Yoga teacher, teacher trainer, Gong Trainer, Sound and sat nam Rasayan healer, singer & musician
Venue: The retreat is held at Fell Edge Barn, Addingham Moorside, Yorkshire ( 35 mins from Hebden Bridge and 45 mins from Leeds)
Set in the most beautiful Yorkshire countryside. The location is so peaceful; the atmosphere conducive to going deep inside yourself.
For more information on the retreat please contact Preet on: email@example.com Any enquiry regarding accommodation and food please contact: Emmalene Katayama on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Price: £160 for the retreat. Accommodation is booked separately and food is share
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DYING INTO INFINITY WOMENS RETREAT
29th-31st January 2020 – Glastonbury
Theme of this retreat
One thing that is certain is that we are going to die. It is not an option. It is a requirement for all species. Death is guaranteed and even though we know this to be the case, the reality of this is often hard to face. Death particularly in some cultures is not talked about, it is hidden and there is often fear around our own death and for the death of our loved ones and the implications of what this means for us.
Death is with us and in each and every exhale we are reminded again and again that we are not here permanently in this body. We are visitors. All around us Nature reflects this truth to us; the spring flowers starting to wilt and die, the trees taking on the colours of autumn dying into winter. Without death, life and rebirth is not possible.
This retreat is to sensitively and courageously explore the topic of death and dying; our relationship to death; what needs to die in our lives to make space for our true infinite identity to shine it’s light. We will look into the journey of spirit and what happens when we leave this body. we will explore different practices to meet our own death with victory and with no regret and how to support our loved ones when it is their time to die. Like the ancient ancestors who worshipped death, we will bring death close to us that it no longer frightens us and instead it will bring us closer to our true undying infinite nature enabling us to live our lives in jiwan mukht: Liberated whilst alive.
Take a step and join us for this incredible journey. We are ready. Are you?
“We were welcomed into a warm and nurturing place where we were supported each minute of this beautiful weekend. It was a delight to receive the teachings from Preet and Hari and to share the experience with a group of wonderful women.” Vanessa & Maggie
On these retreats we provide you with:
– Mantra jappa/kirtan
-Sound Healing Gong Immersions
-Wisdom of Karam Kriya
-Time in silence.
-walk to the tor (weather permitting)
-Breath Walk meditation
-Sacred Space to let go, relax and be you.
-Delicious organic vegan nourishment.(on Glastonbury retreats)
-Space for transformation.
-Our presence, commitment, love and dedication to serve you.
Faciliators of Retreat: Preet Kaur & Hari Shabd Kaur
Preet & Hari Shabd Kaur have been running retreats together for the last 8 years. It is their absolute gift and honour to serve women to support them to live their lives in truth, grace, invincibility, fearlessness, faith, trust, love and courage. They are both kundalini yoga teachers and trainers, sound and sat naam Rasayan healers and kirtan players. Preet also is a gong trainer.
The food on our retreat is vegan, organic, locally sourced where possible and made with love and awareness by the fabulous Nicki Hillman and our wonderful sevadar Amritnaam. It is one of the many highlights our women enjoy on the retreat.
Paddington Farm is in the heart of Glastonbury countryside close to the Tor. The venue has a homely feel to the place and is comfortable. The accommodation is shared and mainly dormitory style. We have a digital free policy in the house and encourage participants where possible to immerse themselves in the retreat without contacting anyone by phone or email. However we do understand there are circumstances where contact is needed so we ask then to do that outside the main building.
Ceremonies for women on our retreat
One of the many highlights of our retreats is our ending ceremony. To honour all the women who come on our retreats, we complete the weekend with a sacred ceremony. It is a time where all the work the women have done on themselves during the retreat becomes integrated and the women are honoured with a showering of blessings in song, affirmations, flowers, sharing and heart opening connection and a lot more!
Price: £295 or early bird price £265 if paid before September 15th 2020
Testimonials from the last retreat jan 2020:
“Dearest Preet and Hari Shabd, Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for the most beautiful retreat. You delivered every moment with such sweetness and genuine love that time slowed down leaving time for the heart to heal and to find space for reflection and clarity. You were so generous with your love with which you delivered the retreat down to every detail that I felt with the utmost purity the warm joy of receiving your love – as if you opened a new gateway to receiving rather than just giving. The gorgeous food, flowers, music, gong, walk up to the Tour, our beautiful breath walk and of course the dancing were just few of the memorable highlights. The unexpected magical gift of a beautiful translucent angel remains in my back pocket. I gentle reminder of ‘I am here’” Claire
“Dear Preet and Hari,
I would like to say a truly heart felt Thank You, for the retreat weekend. I enjoyed everything! The yoga and meditation session, and the beautiful kirtan evening, and the delicious nourishing food. I enjoyed being in a group but Spending time in silence. Loved the walk to the Tor too. I felt challenged, yet nurtured, blissful and at peace with where I am. Thank you for all the care and attention to detail, to make it such a special weekend, I feel incredibly grateful to have been there. Love Zoe”
“Thank you for such a heart warming and spirit raising retreat. It was such a privilege to be amongst wonderful teachers and women. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🥰🥰” Charlotte