190 € for one
Yoga classes are led by Enely Jääger (see introduction below).
Yoga classes are held in Estonian and English in the Panorama hall. NB! The yoga course will only take place if there are at least six people registered.
Yoga therapy and Ayurveda activities:
Friday at 18:00-19:30 Relaxing evening yoga with herbal tea and making of healing herbal tea wraps
Saturday at 08:00-09:30 Healing morning practice and Vata, Pitta, Kapha pulse reading.
Saturday at 15:00-16:30 Lecture on Ayurveda. We will test if you are Vata, Pitta or Kapha body type. What is Ayurvedic clock and how simple drinking water can heal you.
Saturday at 18:00-19:00 Relaxing evening yoga.
Sunday at 08:00-09:00 Healing morning practice.
The package includes:
• accommodation for two nights in a double room (you can request a single room for an extra 56€)
• two breakfasts (between 7:30-11:00) and two dinners (between 17:00-20:00) at the restaurant’s buffee
• use of bathrobe
• morning swim at the Thalasso Day SPA sea water pool between 08:00-10:00
• Nordic walk/morning exercise by the sea at 8:30–9:30
• access to Thalasso Day Spa pool and sauna complex (3 hours) during opening times Mon-Thu at 15-21, Fri-Sat at 13-22, Sun at 8 –21.
Check-in available on arrival at 15:00 and check-out from rooms on the day of departure at 12:00.
Who am I?
Enely Jääger is an internationally certified yoga instructor and therapist, and a trainer of yoga instructors and therapists. She has completed a five-year Yoga Vaidya Sala yoga therapy training program led by Dr N. Chandrasekaran, a KHYF yoga therapy program led by Dr K Desikachar (900 hours) and an International Yoga Teacher Training at KHYF Yoga Teacher Training (500 hrs), in addition to many international trainings and seminars. She is currently studying further under Italian teacher Chandra Klee Cuffaro. Fore more information, see: www.yogahouse.ee
Enely has specialised on back problems and has created an 8-week program called “The School of Back” which helps to releive back pain with a long-term effect. Enely believes that we are all different as humans and an individual approach should taken even in group lessons. Her yoga classes are created based on her students’ needs and wishes. As a yoga instructor and therapist, she offers people a fishing rod, but they would have to do the catching themselves.
Enely herself is an active person and her free time is spent in movement. Her big love is Irish Red Setters, who accompagny her on her long walks and running rounds which keep her in shape to run three to four marathons a year. Enely’s second big passion is surfing – it fills her with new energy as this sport represents all of the four elements: Earth, Fire, Water and Air.
Pictures: Enely Jääge and Pixabay