30850 Totana, Spain

Conscious movement yoga retreat 24 - 30 March 2019

  • 12:00 am - 12:00 am

    Mar 24 - 30, 2019

  • Event Type


  • Surroundings


Yoga Experience


Hatha, Ashtanga, Agni Vinyasa






Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced





Why move consciously? ​ The answer for me is self care. We eat healthily, do exercise, meditate, take a bath all in the name of self care. We do yoga to find the self but when we are in a class are we actually fully tuned into our mind and body? Or are we just throwing shapes about and thinking about what to have for dinner? This retreat is an opportunity to delve deeper, to connect more with what’s going on internally and externally. By the end of the week you will have the skills to bring more awareness to your yoga practice. We will look at how we transition from one posture to the next and always questioning whether things are working for you and how to stay present in your practice? Price per person From €379 per person, including all meals, yoga, workshops & equipment. Not including flights or transfers.



Michelle Williamson

My first experience with yoga was when I was training as a professional dancer. I was lucky enough to be surrounded by teachers hugely interested in mindful movement and began absorbing the benefits from then on. Whether it was using yoga as a tool to combat nerves and anxiety in this highly competitive world I was in or using asanas and meditation to work through injuries, it was always there, always accessible. This is what I love the most about yoga and what I try to extend out to others, yoga is for everyone, everybody and your mat is always there. I qualified as an Ashtanga-Vinyasa teacher after studying at Nirvana yoga shala in Mysore, India two years ago after teaching and performing dance for over ten years. I have been teaching in different places in England ever since. I teach a variety of styles: vinyasa flow, ashtanga, yin yang flows, but my passion is a fusion of ashtanga vinyasa. I like how creative and free I can be with the flows and like to explore different ways to move and shift the postures. Ashtanga is my foundation, the base of my practice just like my ballet training is the foundation of all the dance styles I trained in. A strong, dynamic practice, where every day is different, your body and cells changing each day, learning not to judge and to let go.


  • 07.30 Pranayama or morning meditation 08.00 Morning yoga practice 09.30 - 10.15 Breakfast buffet 11.00 Workshop (practical/theoretical) or free time 13.00 Lunch 15.00 Free time 19.00 Evening yoga practice 20.30 Meditation or Yoga Nidra 21.00 Evening meal (Please note, this is a sample timetable and may be subject to change.) There will be one workshop a day, it may be in the morning or afternoon. There is also the option to visit local markets on Wednesday and Sunday. ( if applicable)

What's included


3 hours yoga daily


1 hour guided meditation daily


Massage, Reiki, available available at a extra cost


assorted work shops

Food & Beverage

All meals included


Glamping in Bell tents


swimming pool


Public transport