The Richard Ellis School Of Reiki
The Morocco Body Mind Retreat
At the Kasbah Bab Ourika
20th – 24th September 2013
Imagine if you will, waking up to the sunrise over the Atlas mountains, spending time doing Qi Gong and meditation before a healthy organic breakfast. Having the space and support to share, reflect, engage and heal. Taking an evening walk or a dip in the pool. If that sounds good, then read on...
Richard Ellis and Katie Light have been in the business of self development for over 20 years, mastering the Body and Mind Connection using our expertise in Reiki, Chi Kung, NLP, Hypnotherapy and many Body Work therapies.
This Retreat is designed to provide the space for you to reconnect and re energise.. We will be using our skills to guide you through the process of letting go of old energies and in so doing allow new fresh vital energy to take its place.
What it involves...
We have chosen the beautiful Kasbah Ourika in the Atlas Mountains of Marrakech for its solitude, breathtaking landscape, organic food and traditional luxurious comfort to enjoy this four day retreat. It is an opportunity to experience, feel, and be curious about where you are in life and gain clarity about where you wish to be.
Each day will vary and we will have a nicely balanced schedule of activities and downtime for you to relax.
We will be offering -
This is a 4 day/night Retreat – at beautiful Boutique Hotel just outside Marrakech on the 20th to 24th of September 2013
The cost of sharing a luxury twin room is £899 per person and includes the following
A write up from the Guardian newspaper –
"Perched high above the exquisite Ourika valley at the foot of the Atlas mountains, the Kasbah Bab Ourika is the newest addition to Marrakech's eco-scene, and the creation of Englishman Stephen Skinner, proprietor of the cosy, eccentric Riyad Edward in the city's medina.
Getting to Ourika from the city took an hour by taxi (though it's just 35km from Marrakech's airport), along bumpy mountain roads and through Berber villages. It was a spellbinding journey, and it ended at a place of magnificent isolation. Behind high fortress walls, again built from pisť, lie an outdoor pool, lush gardens, a restaurant and 15 tasteful rooms set around two courtyards. Its terraces offer great views of the valley, the snow-capped Atlas, and the adjacent national park.
My plush, earth-toned room had handmade rugs, antique furniture and black-and-white photos; the restaurant turned out contemporary cuisine with a Moroccan twist – salmon fishcakes with wild herb couscous was a hit. There's little to do in the evening, so I just read in the cosy bar-lounge, which has board games and a fireplace for chilly nights. You could easily fill a few days exploring the area and trekking into the mountains. I walked into the Ourika valley, stopping at Berber villages and a sprawling market at the nearest town, Tnine Ourika; a little further away are the Setti Fatma waterfalls and the Tamadant valley. The hotel's environmental credentials stand up: there are solar panels for underfloor heating, a water recycling system, and an innovative bio-digester providing electricity and compost for the hotel and the village."
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