Autumn Destress Retreat to learn to relax

 

Immerse yourself with relaxation techniques which keep your body and mind well-tuned for the demands of your life. The aim is that you will then take something into your regular timetable to Learn to pace yourself.

One third of the year has flown by.

Time to destress and rejuvenate for a creative productive middle third of the year.

 

Have you established regular destress and rejuvenate activities into your weekly schedule?

Your selfcare is the most important thing to program into your week.  It will enhance everything else that you do. As you know, if it’s not in the diary, it won’t happen.

 

Something Special at this Retreat

On the Sunday, we will have one of the only workshops to be offered in 2018.

You will learn and practice ‘ Tension Release Exercises

Autumn Destress Retreat

Autumn Destress Retreat

[TRE]’ with Tony Fitzgerald. People with Chronic Fatigue or Pain, and Fibromyalgia find it a gentle alternative to Yoga – myself included 😊

 

Another Bonus for this Autumn Destress Retreat

Come n Try is our aim, so Kim March will be available for you to sample a scan which identifies blockages or distortions in your energy flow – if you would like to 😊 All natural, non-invasive technology.

 

Autumn Destress Retreat Yoga, Meditation and Oil sampling

These foundation activities will still be offered for you to experience relaxation and fun adding oils of your choice to a cream or spray.  All included in the price, along with healthy food, your own bedroom, plus a gentle walk in bush park with kanagaroos, birds and panoramic sunset vistas 🙂

Autumn Destress Retreat Yoga

Autumn Destress Retreat Yoga

 

Do you know somebody who needs an Affordable Destress Weekend away?

We offer concessional rates to people on healthcare cards because everyone deserves to access the peace and enjoyment of these boutique retreats.

If you bring a partner/friend, you will get a $40 discount 😊

Registration
http://broadening-horizons.com.au/contact/

All Inclusive $150

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