The Easter Retreat online    11, 12, 13 April   Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Saturday  15.00-17.30
Introduction, Sitting, Vayu, Afternoon Practice, Text
Sunday  9.30-13.00/13.15
Long practice – Sitting, Kriya, Vayu, Pranayama, Asana
Sunday  15.30-17.30
Afternoon Practice, text
Monday  9.30-13.00/13.15
Long practice – Sitting, Kriya, Vayu, Pranayama, Asana

Price:         A     €105.00
                     B     €135.00     to give the studio a bit of extra support
To register:   

Yoga is like honey in times like this. All students ** are welcome, if you need to make a different financial offer than shown above, please contact me. Vijñāna Yoga Teacher Trainees, please check regarding your programme.
**The focus of this retreat, and the (online) medium suggests that students are familiar with the Vijñāna Practice and/or have studied with Shirley, Orit or a Vijnana Yoga teacher.

Summer Retreat in Casalborgone
8-16 August 2020

Casalborgone is situated in the foothills of the Italian Alps. Our morning sitting is outside on the terrace under blue skies. Asana practice is in the cool, protected dojo shaded by bamboo forest. The small village is within walking distance.
Our practice includes just sitting, kriya, vayu, pranayama, asana and study. We integrate vayu (the ten vital winds) in pranayama and asana.
For more information download the folder:
Italy folder august 2020 inner pdf Italy folder august 2020 cover pdf
or email:

Early bird registration before 15 May.


Yoga practice is a retreat.  When we stand on our mats, we retreat from our everyday life in order to explore other aspects of our world.  We put some things aside so that we can allow ourselves to focus more clearly.  Then we take that knowledge back to everyday life.

To go on retreat for a longer period of time, i.e. a long weekend, a week, or a month, gives the opportunity to deepen that practice.  We relieve ourselves from many responsibilities like work, shopping, cooking, cleaning up and social activities.  We can relax into a rhythm of practice, sustenance and rest.  Nature supports this process.