Whether you are looking to jump start a new health routine or you want to add a pause in your life to breathe and reconnect to yourself, this mini retreat allows you to escape your busy life and give yourself the gift of time with other like-minded women seeking health and balance.
A very special half-day retreat designed to nourish, reset and renew. Through breathing retraining, yoga, relaxation and healthy food, Emma Ferris and Sarsha Hope guide you through the small changes you can make right now that will have a big impact on your health and wellness.
During the morning you will be guided by the world-renowned physiotherapist and breathing coach, Emma Ferris and embodied movement facilitator and international yoga teacher, Sarsha Hope. The half day experience includes a healthy morning tea, workshop on breathing and stress and morning yoga.
Your 3-day experience includes:
Morning tea and afternoon tea; and a healthy, delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner
Workshops on breathing, stress, and finding your way back to calm
Practical sessions on mindfulness, journaling and body scanning
Time for rest, reflection and recovery from your busy life
Exercise sessions including Morning and evening Yoga classes, Pilates and a nature walks
Learn how your breathing influences your body, mind and emotions and what you can do to reset it
Learn abut the healing power of Yoga as tool to bring you great joy and calm in your life
As a wellness architect and breathing geek, Emma is truly, madly, deeply committed to teaching the world to breathe effectively. As well as being the creator of The Big Exhale learn how to breathe better course, Emma is also a public speaker, an acupuncturist, a Pilates instructor and a registered physiotherapist with over 14 years’ clinical experience. Emma’s straightforward, yet empathetic approach has seen her help patients recover from dysfunctional breathing patterns, injury, stress, chronic fatigue, hyperventilation, depression and chronic neck and back pain.
Sarsha is an embodied, soulful teacher who has been practising Yoga for over 20 years and teaching yoga and women's work nationally and internationally since 2003, in classes, workshops, retreats and yoga teacher training. As a wellness expert Sarsha is deeply passionate about creating balance and harmony for body, mind, heart and soul. She encourages people to lean in to all these different aspects of self with compassion, openness and laughter in a grounded, empathetic way. As well as being the founder of hope-wellness, she is trains other yoga teachers around the world.