Tofo Beach Retreat, 13-20 December, Mozambique

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EARTH | WATER | FIRE | AIR | SPACE

Join Michelle van Straaten on a 7-day journey as you immerse yourself in the elements and allow the elements to immerse themselves in you. Learn the theory and work through the techniques for the application of earth, water, fire, air and ether to your yoga practice. Enjoy 2-hour immersive vinyasa sessions every morning in which you will learn to improve your body movement and fluid flow.

Unburden yourself and relax on the idyllic and exotic beaches of Turtle Cove. You will have the opportunity to commune with us on the beach and the environment around you in dance, flow and play, every second day.


Your investment includes:

  • 18 hours of dedicated movement and yoga practice

  • 2hr daily vinyasa flows with Michelle

  • 4 moving meditation sessions in nature

  • sacred cacao ceremony

  • time dedicated to workshop any techniques upon request

  • 7 nights (shared or private) accommodation in en-suite chalets

  • 7 x breakfast buffets (vegan / vegetarian / flexitarian)

  • 5 x 3 course dinners at Turtle Cove - including dessert , home made kombucha or ice tea

  • 2 x dinners in Tofo village

  • goodie bag

  • daily village / beach transfers

  • airport transfers from Inhambane airport

  • 1 x whale shark swim and ocean safari

  • wifi access

Your investment excluded:

  • transport to and from Tofo

  • lunch

  • additional activities surf | dive | snorkel | kayak | kite surf

  • alcoholic drinks

  • visa fees (free for South African residents)

  • spending money

There are three ways to get to Tofo:

  1. fly (flights range from R6,000.00 return from JHB)

  2. shuttle (Zelma transport service from JHB R2400 return)

  3. self drive

Cost:

R11 900 per person sharing / R13 650 single room

For bookings, contact tash@malkoppi.com

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About Your host - Many Moons Yoga

Hi I am Michelle. Originally from South Africa I have had a passion and dedicated practice in yogic forms since my early teens.

I believe in the power of movement as medicine. I believe in the wisdom of nature and the healing truth present in the natural world. I believe that through our connection to our bodies and natural environment, deep healing and passion can emerge, and it is with this approach that I seek to share my love with the world. 

My teaching and practice is inspired at the intersection where movement, music, nature and discernment meet. Sometimes it is more movement than discernment, sometimes it is more music than movement, sometimes nature wisdom prevails however the common thread is a deep love and interest in how our bodies can be used as a vessel in our environment to access and experience our inner truth.