Yoga Retreat in Kamakura, Japan
YOGA RETREAT WITH LUCY ROBERTS & CARMELA FLEURY
WHEN: October 19th-21st
WHERE: Kamakura, Japan
PRICE: 63,000 Y
How does spending an autumn weekend doing yoga in Kamakura sound?
Give yourself the gifts of time and space to reconnect with yourself.
The chance to unwind in nature.
Consider this to be a special ‘me-kend’ (instead of a ‘we-ekend’, get it?) devoted towards doing whatever feels liberating to you.
ASIDE FROM THE YOGA- You’ll get plenty of free time to:
- surf and swim in the ocean
- walk on the beach
- visit the Big Buddha
- hike the nature trails
- nourish and rest
- book a session with Carmela’s favorite healer Ayana
- stew in the onsen
- or write (apparently all the famous Japanese authors have lived in Kamakura at some point in their career)
Again, it’s your time, you choose.
Come with a curious mind ready to make new friends and to experience a weekend (we mean, me-kend) you’ll never forget.
**All classes will be in English**
**No prior yoga experience required**
WHAT IS INCLUDED:
2 nights accommodation at Webase Hostel, Kamakura (2 blocks away from the beach)
2 delicious and healthy breakfasts- prepared by the wonderful Mama Luli
2 energizing morning hatha yoga classes- led by Lucy Roberts
2 relaxing evening yin yoga classes- led by Carmela Fleury
1 welcome dinner
1 dinner at traditional Japanese restaurant (their specialty is handmade soba)
1 visionboard workshop- schemed to plant goodness seeds into your future
Use of yoga studio, yoga mats and props
Access to the onsen
Limitless feel good inducing stretches and feel good thoughts, warmth, love, giggles, thoughtful details, small surprises and much more...
LUCY ROBERTS met Yoga more than 22 years ago, and is no less in love than she was back then. She spent a decade on the road as a Core Teacher on Yoga Arts’ Level 1 & 2 Teacher Trainings, as well as running her own workshops and retreats internationally. She now lives in Byron Bay, Australia, with her partner David & daughter Rosie, creating nourishing, soulful Yoga Retreats especially for women. Her passion is for inclusion, where all of life is part of the Path.