Actions and Detail Panel
3 Yogas Retreat
Sun. 6 November 2016, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm AWST
What distracts us from inner peace and contentment is our ego and expectations. The practice of the 3 Yogas reduces ego and quietens the mind by offloading expectations and other mental baggage. As a result you become calm and composed, even in difficult situations—enabling you to handle life’s challenges with ease.
The 3 Yogas are ancient spiritual practices, designed to prepare the mind for meditation. When your mind is prepared, your experience of meditation becomes effortless and profound.
The 3 Yogas are:
- Karma Yoga: the path of selfless action—service.
- Bhakti Yoga: the path of gratitude & devotion—love.
- Gnana Yoga: the path of Self knowledge—wisdom.
The 3 Yogas Retreat is a unique spiritual experience, where you will learn how to incorporate the 3 ancient yogas into your daily life—filling your life with peace, love, joy and contentment.
What others had to say about our last retreat
“It was a luxury to have a whole day to stop, be calm and reflect on my true Self. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience.” —Hayley Bullimore
“The retreat was excellent. It put me back on track. Many thanks. It would be great to have this kind of retreat more often during the year." —Violaine Grimwood
"Just brilliant! Loved everything about it. #yoga #time management #food #discussions #meditation." —Giorgio Ciraulo
"A fantastic experience. I learnt an enormous amount: useful tools to deal with stress and direction in life. Thank you." —Sarah Jeffrey
"This was my first retreat and I cannot wait for the next. Thank you for such an insightful and thought provoking day. The structure of the retreat was great and the food was delicious." —Lea Hunter
"Thank you Meredith and your amazing team for a wonderful day. I am going home feeling peaceful, focused and refreshed, with a much clearer direction in life." —Kate Floyd
"Thank you Meredith. This was a wonderful retreat. I got so much out of today: especially how to move forward and keep focused on this big important direction in my daily life." —Trish Horgan
"The retreat was well organised and structures. Loved the meditative walk, the chanting, group discussions and the food was fantastic. Loved being surrounded by like-minded people and learning about Vedanta." —Renae Gibbs
Meredith is a philosopher, teacher and Vedanta practitioner, who has spent many years in India studying the ancient wisdom of Vedanta at the Vedanta Academy, under the leadership of Swami Parthasarathy.
Today, Meredith offers the essence of Eastern philosophy to our Western society, bringing a balance between outer success and inner peace of mind.
Aasha is a qualified yoga instructor who grew up with parents who were students of Vedanta. As a teenager Aasha traveled to India to learn Vedanta at the Vedanta Academy, under the guidance of Swami Parthasarathy.
Since returning to Perth, Aasha has become a secondary school mathematics teacher and a mother—and continues to share her passion for learning about life and yoga with others.