Yoga Retreat in Budapest, June 3-6 <-- deferred
This retreat will be rescheduled for a future date. Thank you for your understanding.
How do we find nourishment in our urban environments?
We will plunge into the soothing water of the ancient Turkish baths, discover the spacious Buda Castle area through a unique meditative walking experience, and of course, enjoy the various culinary delights the town offers (including fine pastry).
Moving around and through our environment
will be an integrated part of our discovery.
In addition to walking meditation, we plan to practice outdoors on the gorgeous Margaret island if the weather allows, and bike along Danube river, or jump on a tram as we savour the city’s view.
This weekend will begin with an evening yoga practice on June 3rd and include a morning practice on June 6th. Conducted in English, and French as needed, our program will allow free time for you to discover other parts of the city, or different nourishments if you wish (like the fun and lively "ruin bars" in Pest).
This is a non-residential workshop, and you will need to organise your own accommodation. We have a list of some places to stay in Budapest, and there are plenty of airbnb's, hotels and hostels nearby and you will find numerous restaurants and cafés throughout the city for your culinary delight.The yoga studio we will be meeting at is at 1136 Budapest, Tàtra utca 5/B.
Early-bird option: 220€* if you register with a friend or as a couple by April 1st.
Your reservation is valid on receipt of 100€ deposit.
Deposits are non-refundable except in the case of major sanitary changes or covid.
This price includes:
- 12 hours studio & an outdoor yoga class (weather dependent)
- Guided meditation around the Buda Castle
- Rudas Bath experience with the group
*Transport, food and housing are not included
For more information, contact:
Ann Moradian: shingaiayoga(at)gmail.com
Maria N. Marin: nadasdi-marin(at)hotmail.fr
This retreat will be Co-led by Ann Moradian and Maria Nadasdi-Marin (native to Budapest).
Ann Moradian is a certified yoga teacher (Integral Hatha Yoga), movement artist, researcher and educator with a passion for systems thinking and promoting healthy ecologies. Originally a dancer and choreographer, Ann has been teaching yoga since 1993, helping people connect to and honour their body's inherent (and magnificent) feedback system for coherence between mind, body, heart and soul.