Isha Hahta Yoga Sadhna Retreat in Lithuania August 2021
8 days, 21 participants, 3 teachers (together with wonderful Audra from Lithuania and Julia from Poland), 2 volunteers (lovely Meda and Milda from Lithuania). What a beautiful retreat we have had!
The retreat was already fully booked in the early bird phase. Participants have certain expectations, same for us as organizers. But it exceeded our expectations. The event turned out to be an overwhelming experience for all of us, and for quite a few a life-changing experience.
We had dedicated and joyful people with an intensive and diverse program starting daily at 5:30. Already learned yoga practices got corrected or reviewed. New practices are taught and guided. Chanting and meditation were integrated into daily schedule. Still there's plenty of time to explore the nature, exchange with like-minded people and play just for fun. Every day is filled with touching and loving moments as well as laughter. Not to mention the delicious food with positive prana that kept everyone light and energetic throughout the day.
Below is a visual impression from our retreat.
"The retreat gave me far more than what I expected: beautiful people, supportive atmosphere, and the amazing energy of the group. I am so grateful and my heart is so full. Please organize more such retreats. "
"I feel much more fit, alive and aware through the retreat. It's amazing to get to know people from so many different professional backgrounds connecting through Isha Yoga. I am inspired and motivated to keep the yoga practice going daily after the retreat. I am so grateful for this beautiful experience. "
"The way the retreat was planned and executed was very similar to other foundation programs. Food was great! Now I have the motivation to take my Sadhana further. I have more clarity in what to do in my life. And I will remember many loving moments experienced in the retreat. "
"The most vital aspects of the retreats are the people, the nature, the atmosphere, getting up early, the food, the attention to the schedule and the dedication to the Sadhana. I feel now I have a very stable foundation for my daily practice. And mindful eating is an important learning for me as well."