Our fast and overly stimulated lifestyles don’t give us the opportunity to rest fully, and yet, it is only when we are at rest that the innate healing and repair mechanisms in the body can go to work most fully. We need a way for the fight-or-flight response to calm down, allowing the healing and repair processes to begin. This retreat is designed to do just that!
The Mini Retreat creates an experience that opens the physical body and energy channels, while relaxing the mind and heart for a synergistic effect.
Experience a peaceful, contemplative and comfortable environment for movement, healing, and connecting with yourself.
A gentle yoga class releases stored tension and brings balance to your body, followed by a simple but very effective Acupuncture treatment to support and nourish your Qi or Life Force.
The yoga provides a state for an Acupuncture treatment that is more relaxed and receptive, amplifying its effects.
The group Acupuncture benefits are enhanced by the Qi (energy) healing Anisha emits to the room. This allows the bodies’ own Life Force to re-establish harmony, bringing each participant balance (much like group meditation).
The retreat closes with Pranayama (yogic breathing techniques) to help integrate the treatment and solidify the overall balance of the nervous system and body functions.
Leave feeling revitalized, calm, and relaxed!
$ 55 Note: class size is limited to 20 students. The acupuncture will include 4-5 points per person and is appropriate for any student comfortable lying on his/her back.
“For anyone who hasn’t tried Acupuncture, the perfect introduction is Anisha’s Mini Retreats. You will leave feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. Anisha has an impressive talent for soothing you with her sweet voice and providing healing with her gentle touch. There are so many health rewards I feel I’ve gained from her extensive knowledge and her true commitment to helping people overcome pain. After this retreat, your mood will be transformed, your clouded mind will be cleaned out, and you’ll leave wanting to be a better person. It’s an experience where everyone benefits.” -M. McGrath