Inis Meáin Yoga Retreats 2022
Join Ana Maria and Eimear for a weekend yoga retreat located on the picturesque island of Inis Meáin in the summer of 2022.
These retreats are an opportunity to step away from the business of your daily life and to step into serenity and time to connect with yourself and nature.
A weekend of movement, breathwork and meditation in one of the most peaceful places on earth.
Tig Conghaile is a hidden gem, located just off the west coast of Ireland on the most serene of the three Aran Islands ,Inis Meáin. Traveling from outside of Ireland you can choose to land in Shannon or Dublin and bus up to Galway and from there connect with island Ferries bus and boat service to the island. From Ireland you can drive to Rossaveal and hop on the 45 min Ferry ride out to the island. Or if you fancy there is a Aer Aran the local plane service from Invern which takes only 7mins.
Rooms and Prices
€375 for single/double bed in a 2 bed room en suite
€450 for double bed in a 1 bed room en suite (1 available) Or €300 each for a couple
April 29th - 2 May (Long Weekend) 3nights 4 days €450
June 10th - 12th
July 8th - 10th
August 19th -21st
All the food will be plant-based nutritious (maybe local caught fish) , balanced and most importantly delicious. Our world renowned chef Vilma (the proprietor of Tig Conghaile) will prepare a hearty brunch each morning to be enjoyed together after yoga. And in the evening we’ll enjoy a two course dinner. There will also be snacks available and tea and coffee. We’re more than happy to cater to any allergies, just let us know.
Morning boat 10:30/ Evening boat 6:30 – Arrival
Welcome drinks and treats
7:30-9:00pm – Yoga – A slow gentle and creative flow
8am- Morning sea side meditation
9-11am – Yoga – An energetic and embodied practice
11:30 – Delicious vegan brunch
1pm – Optional walk/run
7pm – Delicious vegan dinner
8am -Morning sea side moving meditation
9-11am – Yoga – An energy balancing flow led by Alice
11:30 – Delicious vegan brunch
To book please get in touch email@example.com
Please remember that yoga is a safe practice as long as you are listening carefully to your own body. If you have an injury or prior condition please ensure that it is appropriate for you to practice, and attain your GP's recommendation if necessary.
To become strong through ease, to build flexibility with awareness, to find balance and energy in the pause between doing and being. To me asana practice becomes the journey to self enquiry, self awareness and strength of focus. The quality of our breath and the level of our presence allows us to tap into the energy and healing potential of Yoga.
It is a serious business the task of working on oneself, but we should mind not to take ourselves too seriously in the process.
Laughter and play are perhaps the most important ingredient in the recipe for a life lived well.
I have trained with world renowned teachers Simon Borg-Olivier,Bianca Machliss, Anna Ashby and Jo phee.
I am so grateful to my most knowledgeable teachers.
Cleachtadh a dhéanann maistreacht.
Practice makes mastery