Widen Your Horizon Yoga Retreat, 3-9 March, Cape Town

Awaken your spirit and stretch your perspective with this unique yoga retreat in magical Cape Town, South Africa. Set against the dramatic, mountainous backdrop that is Table Mountain National Park, and hugged in by the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean, nature is one of Cape Town’s specialities, with a myriad of opportunities to ground and be still. Paired with the city’s vibrant culture, this retreat will be a diversity of experiences that will create mental and spiritual expansion, while revitalising the body.

 
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ACCOMMODATION

Riverside Boutique Hotel

Riverside Boutique Hotel is an elegant 4-star guest house in the valley of Hout Bay, a beautiful and quiet town 20km away from Cape Town’s city centre. It specialises in eco-sustainability, offers carefully-prepared organic meals, and houses an open-space garden looking onto the back end of Twelve Apostles. Riverside Boutique Hotel is an oasis with spacious and comfortable rooms, the place where you will be held while you explore the city or, if you would prefer, the subdued aspects of self.

COST:

1200€ to 1800€ depending on room type

10% discount quoting "yogasouthafrica"

Twin Share and Single available in a Standard Room or a Luxury Room

For bookings, contact brucechungyoga@gmail.com

RETREAT INCLUSIONS

6 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATION: Enjoy beautiful Hout Bay with 6-nights accommodation at Riverside Boutique Hotel. Breakfast and dinner included.

TABLE MOUNTAIN YOGA EXPERIENCE: Practice yoga with Bruce on the majestic Table Mountain while being inspired by the world renowned sunrises of South Africa’s Cape Town sky.

YOGA : Twice daily yoga practices led by Bruce Chung as well as special classes taught by two highly respected Cape Town teachers.

DOING GOOD: A portion of your retreat cost is a donation to the Earthchild Project, which supports the growth of young children through Yoga.

WINELAND TOURS: In between yoga sessions, you will have a private tour of the famed South African wine lands - an epicurean centre for South Africa.

EARTHCHILD PROJECT: Connect, cultivate, and inspire young children of an under-resourced community in Cape Town by spending a morning practicing yoga together.



About Your Host

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Bruce Chung

Bruce was born in Toronto to a Filipina mother and Korean father. Growing up in one of the most multicultural cities in the world, Toronto, meant that he was always learning about different people, cultures, and ideas. It fostered in him a deep curiosity about the world. It was no surprise that at 26, he left his 7-year tenure with a national bank to pursue his passion of teaching yoga overseas.

Only 11 months after he completed his first yoga teacher training in 2008, he embarked on a journey that has since brought him around the world, and back again. He has lived and taught yoga in Toronto, Singapore, Dublin, Bangkok, Hong Kong, and San Francisco. From the end of 2015 until the present, he has been nomadic, leading breakthrough workshops, retreats, and in-depth teacher training programs between various countries in Europe and cities in Southern Africa, whilst living out of a suitcase.

“As my teaching experience is mirrored by my multi-faceted experiences of living and traveling all over the world, my teaching has developed a distinct voice that is authentic, unique, and ubiquitous for people of all backgrounds and body types. At any stage in life, I am prepared to meet people exactly where they are at in theirs.”

His formal training is a cumulative 1500+ hours, and there are thousands more of personal study and inquiry. Bruce has had the privilege of studying with world leaders like Briohny Smyth & Dice Iida-Klein, Jason Crandell, Cameron Shayne, Tamsin Sheehy, to name a few. “Yet, no matter how many places I have seen, who I have studied with, or retreats I have led, it is my students that I learn the most from.”

Bruce’s classes are often described as energising as well as calming and deeply healing. “I am dedicated to providing a transformative environment where students feel safe and at peace.”


 
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