We invite you to join us exploring the renown, but even more the hidden gems and attractions off the beaten tourist paths.
Almost no other metropolis has experienced such frequent, radical change transforming the face of the city. Although Berlin saw steady growth in its importance, dazzling epochs alternated with darker eras. Nevertheless, the formerly divided city has succeeded in becoming a vibrant metropolis in the heart of Europe.
Using one of the city’s Top hotels as our comfortable, relaxing and soothing base, we intend after an optional morning yoga class and delicious breakfast to explore the town and its sights mainly using public transportation and our legs, as we will walk each day another quarter or two of this metropolis, to become in depth familiar, with one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Lunch and dinner locations will vary and we’re sure you will enjoy the mix. Depending on our general schedule and group requests , we can add another yoga class later in the day or occasionally after dinner to restore our energy.
Included in our offer will be also two day-long excursions to nearby Potsdam and it’s cozy (Dutch Quarter) and famous sights (Sanssouci and Cecilianhof)) and to Germany’s gateway to the world: Hamburg. Using the speedy ICE train we’ll be able to travel to the latter within two hours, enjoying the comfort of the train. Participation is naturally optional.
More details and price information about the whole event you find on: http://yogatherapyalacarte.com/retreats-2/yoga-retreat-abroad/the-art-of-living-yoga-therapy-and-discovering-berlin/
Number of participants is limited from min 10 to max 12
"The yoga therapy components of my [instruction or practice] are based on the credentials earned as Graduate of Yoga Therapy RX at Loyola Marymount University and Yoga Therapy Clinical Practicum at Healing Yoga Institute, not derived from my status as an RYT ®with Yoga Alliance Registry."
To reduce the risk of injury, please consult your Doctor before engaging in any physical and/or therapeutic exercise program. Nothing is intended to be a substitute for professional medical care.