We are pleased to invite you to a unique journey over a period of one week. A meaningful travel experience and a deeper kind of interior journey in Tuscany.

HIGTHLIGTS

- 7 days all included in a villa of the Natural Reserve of Pigelleto

- Morning class of Vinyasa yoga and Meditation

- Daily Ayurvedic detox cooking class with fresh local products

- Creative workshop of Eco design

- Excursions (visit of typical Tuscan ancient village, trekking in the mountains, thermal spots, …)

- Massages, healthy therapy, relaxation…

- The possibility to extende your experience with an relaxing afternoon in a wonderful thermal spot

 

Food will also play an important role from food selection to meal preparation and as featured in our cuisine workshops designed by Ophelie Doll to pamper your body and mind throughout the entire stay.

Yoga classes are mainly held in English with the possibility of classes available in other languages according to our guests needs (French or Italian)

 

 

We will have carte blanche to create a colorful meal, loaded with good vibes, positive and musical. All our senses will be used, sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, but also the 6th one, intuition, that we will listen to, to express our limitless creativity! We will co-create in small groups the starter, the main meal, the dessert, the juice, changing everyday day to enjoy each theme.

Ophelie will accompany you in this adventure with joy and benevolence, giving you tips for you to intuitively cook. She traveled a lot, took cooking classes, but the best school was to listen to her body, her desires, needs, and to nourish it with love.

You will learn how to create your own way of cooking, but you will go inward in the meantime, by listening everything your body and soul will have to say. You will leave the retreat more autonomous, confident, closer to yourself, and could leave the magic happening.

 

Our yoga program is dedicated to all levels of this discipline. Entirely based on how guiding your breathing its practice will be divided in four parts:

The first part is dedicated to breathing (Pranayama) and to meditation. 

The second part is dedicated to Hata Yoga to learn all the positions through the decomposition of the movement.

A third dynamic part of Vinyasa Yoga where the various positions are finalized to the pace of the breathing. 

A last part consists instead in deep relaxation (Shavasana).