4-Day Yoga & Meditation Retreat
4 October - 7 October, 2019
(4 days, 3 nights)
Hoi An, Vietnam
An immersive weekend of yoga, meditation, and total relaxation.
Press pause on your busy life, step out of ‘auto-pilot’ and join us for an immersive and gentle weekend of yoga, meditation, reflective workshops and relaxation. Through guided self-inquiry, yoga and meditation, discover the benefits of ‘being present’ and give yourself permission to ‘be here now'.
Each morning an evening, enjoy mindful movement through yoga, focused on bringing awareness and harmony to the mind-body connection. Guided by Victoria Nhan, these yoga sessions will anchor you into your breath, bringing you into a gentle and self-compassionate place.
Escape the relentless pressure of daily life. Treat yourself or a loved one to a relaxing, centering and recharging weekend of yoga, sound healing meditation and mindful awareness.
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Start: 4 October, 2019 with check-in at 2pm
Program ends 7 October, 2019 with check-out at 12pm
The morning starts with an energising and grounding morning flow yoga class, followed by a delicious breakfast.
The morning guided workshop will allow you to evaluate where you are now, and formulate steps you can realistically integrate immediately into your busy life, to increase gratitude, joy and awareness in every day.
Spend the afternoon in quiet contemplation, swim, read, relax or explore as you wish!
Before dinner on the sunset balcony, enjoy a relaxing and restorative yoga class. Close the day with a gentle, healing meditation to bring peaceful and deep sleep.
The programme is pre-planned, but timings and activities may alter to meet the needs of the group. Workshops and evening meditations will be led by retreat host, Reiki Master and sound bowl practitioner, Naomi Rowan.
3 nights' accommodation
All food, soft drinks and snacks
All scheduled yoga classes, meditations and workshops
Welcome pack and retreat booklet
Pool / use of communal facilities
Use of bikes throughout your stay
Use of yoga mats, towels, bolsters and props
what’s not included
Transfers to / from Danang International Airport (available for $12 each way)
1:1 sessions or in-house massage (available)
Additional excursions (not included above)
Health / Travel Insurance
Extra nights – you are welcome to extend your stay at an additional cost
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With private ensuite accommodation in Gratitude Vietnam’s eco-friendly retreat centre, you are promised four days of relaxation, self-exploration, and space to begin your personal journey into this beautiful and grounding energetic healing technique.
#.1 private room: $350 USD / per person
#2. Shared twin: $300 USD / per person
#3. Shared couple: $600 USD / per couple
#4. Shared triple: $250 USD / per person
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#.1 private room: $325 USD / per person
#2. Shared twin: $275 USD / per person
#3. Shared couple: $575 USD / per couple
#4. Shared triple: $225 USD / per person
To save your mat, a non-refundable deposit of 16% of the retreat rate is required. The remaining balance is due directly to the organizers.
About the Retreat Host & Facilitators
Gratitude Vietnam is a welcoming, eco-friendly oasis of total relaxation, peace and tranquility. With a pool, 8 ensuite bedrooms, meditation room, garden, and purpose-designed outdoor space sheltered from the elements, the villa is perfect for hosting healing retreats or accommodating large groups for a private holiday or event. Gratitude Vietnam takes care of every part of your journey, making sure everything is as you’d like it to be.
“Everything is energy, everything is vibration.” ~ Naomi “Formally a music teacher and pastoral leader of 12 years, my ‘previous’ life was focused on bringing young people into alignment with themselves. I helped children develop their confidence, nurture self-worth and find their creative energies, so often quashed by the need to achieve and succeed.
Having taken a leap of faith and left a stable career to pursue a lifetime passion for mindfulness, meditation and energetic healing, I am now a Reiki Master/Teacher, Sound Bowl practitioner and retreat leader, and fortunate to be in a position to combine the tools and experience of the teaching profession with my core beliefs and practices.
A ‘trauma’ geek (and trauma aware), I am driven by the concept of the body-mind connection, whether neuroscientific, energetic, physiological or psychological. I believe that modern science is only now beginning scratch the surface of ancient wisdom; being aware of our thoughts, bodily sensations, intuition, actions and reactions enables us to retrain our habitual patterns into a life of gratitude, love and compassion – towards self and other.
Through my own journey, I have explored various practices and found many tools along the way that make individual empowerment possible. All of our retreats are carefully planned and tailored to give you a gentle, powerful journey of self, and time to explore how you can embed these tools into your daily life, once you leave the safe bubble of ‘time out’.”
Victoria is an experienced registered yoga and mindfulness teacher, trainer and Reiki practitioner, originally from Toronto, Canada. After first stepping on the mat 9 years ago, she's discovered that the mat isn't just a place to sweat, its a place to breathe freely, to connect, to balance, and to harmonize the mind, body and spirit.
Whether we're looking to move, flow and discover our bodies or simply learn to breathe deeply with awareness and joy, yoga and mindfulness give us the space and tools to do so. In her classes, she brings mindfulness cues to allow students to cultivate breath awareness and enhance their body-mind connection.
Expect her classes to be grounding, calm, yet dynamic and fun, making it accessible for all levels and body-types. Classes can include a mix of mindful movement, meditation, chanting, and pranayama or breathing techniques.