Join us for this magical and wild experience in a location that is rich with nature, colors, sounds, and flavors.
We will stay in the beautiful Kasbah ANGOUR retreat center that offers beautiful and cosey rooms, a pool, a Shala (yoga space), and a private chef that will offer us delicious vegan food.
The narrative of this retreat is "Into the Wild": how can we let go of some of society's expectations and constant pressure, while keeping our connections and role within our circles?
We'll learn how to detect and address our habits, and how to let go of the "background noises" that don't belong to us. We'll learn how to meet ourselves through a softer "filter“ and will examine decisions we have made as to our self-identification, needs, expectations, and roles.
We will try to learn how to let go of our guards and unravel what is underneath: by deepening our understanding of our yoga, we'll deepen our understanding of ourselves and explore our needs, pain, and fears.
Morocco, the capital of Africa, is a special and magical destination that offers a holistic and complete experience for body and mind connection.
The combination of culture, food, views & the Moroccan hospitality, will make any visit to an unforgettable one.
Morocco is supper welcoming due to the combination of cultures and openness to the West, which creates a perfect balance between a Western facilities and authenticity.
Marrakesh, the city of God, the daughter of the desert, the Moroccan Paris, the beating heart, the soul of the kingdom…
The desert city located in southwestern Morocco, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, is the historical and cultural capital of Morocco, and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In this beautiful city you can meet the exotic Morocco, largely thanks to the ancient city.
The highlight of the country is Jamaa El Afna Square, which is the largest market in Africa.
Rony Stav is the founder of Yoga to the People TLV: a donation-based studio in the heart of Tel Aviv.
Rony was introduced to the practice of yoga about 15 years ago and she has been teaching yoga for over a decade.
Her preferred style of teaching is Vinyasa combined with mindfulness: Her classes are dynamic and strong but suit all levels of yoga and are focusing on our connection of heart, mind, and body. Rony has been teaching in studios and festivals in Israel and around the world.
"Yoga for me is a tool to allow me to connect back to my core and the understanding of who (and what) I am. We live in a culture that moves us away from "being" and pushes us into a constant "doing". Yoga is an opportunity for us to take a moment, dissolve the background noises, and allow us to have a true moment with ourselves. For me, yoga is the most honest and authentic way to have a true conversation with ourselves."