From October 21 to 25, 2018
Elodie Garamond, the founder of the Tigre Yoga Clubs, has chosen the prestigious establishment Les Fermes de Marie to invite her clients to reconnect for a few days to nature, following her constant wellness and harmony search to them... Faithful to the Tiger’s DNA and passionate of well-being, she pursues her "take care philosophy" by proposing today an exceptional retreat of yoga with the evocative name "Back to Nature". It is in the heart of the prestigious station of Megève, nested at 1000 meters of altitude, that Les Fermes de Marie will welcome their hosts in October. This four-days retreat will explore the ways of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and solidify the basis of this technique in order to allow everyone to experience the benefits and the interest of persevering in practice.
RATES & CONTACT
4 nights stay in October, from 21st to 25th in full-board basis including:
- Accommodation in a Classic or Club room
- Healthy breakfasts, lunches and dinners (drinks included : water and infusions)
- Yoga classes, aware walking in the mountain, meditation at sunrise, circles of words and Mandalas, massages
Rates for 4 days:
- 1449 € for 1 person in a single room
- 2378 € for 2 persons in a double room
Book your Yoga Retreat at Fermes de Marie by phone: +33 4 57 74 74 74 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPA PURE ALTITUDE
100% Alpine wellness
In one of the 17 spa treatment rooms, you will be immersed in a world where beauty and well-being reign supreme. Treatment rituals that combine gentle gestures and effective ingredients for powerful results. You will feel entirely in harmony with your environment as daily stresses melt away. And for your comfort, an indoor swimming pool surrounded by bay windows opening on to the outside, with indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis to relax in, and indoor and outdoor saunas to eliminate stress, fatigue and toxins. You can also warm up in the fitness room before setting out to conquer the slopes or the hiking trails.
ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA TECHNIQUE
with Cyril Lagel
It is a very old yoga technique originally intended to prepare young Brahmins for intensive meditation. Once this practice was carried out, their minds were calm enough and their bodies sufficiently open to bear long hours in a motionless position, in the observation of the present moment. Nowadays, this technique is aimed at dynamic hot-blooded people, in search of a physically intense and mentally soothing activity.