Retreat

Expanding to the Unknown

Retreat in Budapest
Dear Friends

We invite you to a journey in a terra incognita exploration of your inner and outer space. It is a journey about how to be yourself and listen to yourself, by learning and feeling the world around. It is about staying in harmony, gaining new experiences and visiting unfamiliar places, about trusting water and being rooted in any situation.

We offer you a trip to the city of red geranium — Budapest, a capital European city where life is balanced in rhythm with nature. During the trip we will get to know with Hungarian land and thermal waters. We will observe our feelings and emotions while visiting popular and rare sights. We will dive into warm water and explore flexibility and trust that always have been within us. We will do meditations on land as well as in water. We will practice healing body practices, dance and contact in the "now" moment. Also we will consciously walk through the streets of the city and near localities.

Accommodation
Highly comfortable conditions (one or two person rooms in a hotel with breakfast included).

Transportation
Transfer from the airport and full transportation in and out of the city.

Food
Partly included (breakfasts and 3 lunches).
What Will We Do?
Meditation

Exercises in warm water

Awareness movements on land (healing, breathing and dancing)

Based on your needs, you can request individual session on land and in warm water from the leaders for extra fee

Sightseeing program in Budapest (city and mountains), Szentendre and Visegrad

Free time for relaxation
Prices
    • Participation fee is 600 euros (travel tickets are not included)
    • For early birds: possibility of discount
    • Prepayment is 100 euros (in case of cancellation, not returned)

    Facilitators

    Ekaterina Podoprigora
    Psychotherapist, coach, body and somatic oriented practice therapist: meditation, Authentic movement, Body-Mind Centering and Skinner Release Therapy. Teacher of contact improvisation, movement and breathing practices in water for over 10 years.
    Marina Buldenko
    Specialist of WATSU and WATERDANCE, member of international WABA (Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association) association, leader of meditation in water.
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