INTERNATIONAL MINDFULNESS AND MEDITATION-BASED
RETREATS AND WORKSHOPS
RADICAL SELF-LOVE RETREAT
with Michelle Taffe
8–14 April 2019
Are you ready to love yourself truly, madly and deeply ad transform your life from the inside out?
Then join me in Bali this April at the beautiful Bali Sandat for a week of Radical Self-Love! I can’t guarantee this rainbow will appear at the waterfall on the day we visit, but I will pray to the Balinese Gods that it does
Over these 7 days and 6 nights we will be dedicated to reconnecting with ourselves, and learning to love and care for ourselves in brand new ways.
We will be practicing yoga, meditation and connecting deeply with the breath each day.
We will use Ayurvedic teachings and understandings of the human mind body system for creating vibrant health, introspection and journalling practices for self-exploration and self-discovery and there will be optional Reiki and Massage treatments on offer as well.
This retreat is limited to 15 participants who are wanting to deepen their meditation practice and live a more mindful life.
When: Monday, 8 April – Sunday, 14 April
Time: Arrive Monday, 8 April 5.00pm; Leave Sunday, 14 April 10.00am
Cost: $1,450 (Single room, Full board), $1,250 (Twin share, Full board)
Venue: Bali Sandat, Bondalem, Bali
Facilitator: Michelle Taffe
To Register: Email Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0481 056 568
Michelle (BA, YT200Hr) is a certified yoga and meditation teacher, a writer, musician and world traveller. From 2011–2017, she travelled the globe profiling yoga and meditation retreats and events through her previous business, The Global Yogi. Thanks to this work she had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing many different yoga and spiritual teachers and learning from them.
With a practice spanning some 13 years, her first contact with mindfulness was at a silent meditation retreat at a Buddhist monastery in Thailand in 2005. This was the beginning of her journey into mindfulness meditation and the art and science of wellbeing using the principles taught by the Buddha. Michelle’s personal practice is based in Insight Meditation (Vipassana) of the Theravadin Buddhist lineage, and she has also learned much from other traditions including the Advaita Vedanta teachings of non-duality and one of her heroes, Eckhart Tolle.
Michelle has a warm and engaging presence and really enjoys helping students find breakthroughs in problematic mental and emotional patterns through mindfulness meditation. She is also skilled in leading guided meditations, helping people to develop compassion and loving kindness for themselves and others. Michelle’s life is founded in mindfulness in everyday activities, a strong and grounded daily yoga practice, and creativity and adventure to feed and activate the soul.
Michelle leads retreats in mindfulness and yoga in Australia and around the world and is also a Spiritual Mentor and Life Coach. Find out more at her website, www.michelletaffe.com