This retreat is specifically for people who have meditation experience and have participated in retreats with Stephan before.
We will spend 10 days in silence, nourishing our inner essence by teachings, meditation and yoga. The schedule will be more spacious than the normal schedule on Stephan’s retreats.
In the afternoon there will be time for free sitting sessions in silence without guidance.
Early morning yoga classes and late afternoon yin yoga classes will be offered.
This longer retreat suits you if you want to deepen your own practice. Maybe you want to do a retreat on your own later? This retreat could be a “middle step” between a group retreat and solitary retreat. The surroundings are very peaceful with meadows and the woods as our nextdoor neighbors.
Sleeping: Rooms with 4 beds and 1 room with 8 beds. No double or single rooms.
You may also bring your own tent (and have a bed inside the house if it´s wet and rainy).
Food: The food will be mostly vegan (some cheese and butter in the morning). Documented allergies will be met, but no food diets or preferences can be met.
How to get there: The place is about one hours drive from Malmö. Easiest is to come by car. You can take the bus or train to Hörby and from there you need to get (or share) a taxi to the retreatplace (around 15 km).
Price: 5300 SEK includes everything – maximum 20 people; retirees, students (full-time) or unemployed at a discounted rate of 4900 SEK
Sign up: send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, signup fee 500 SEK
Stephan Pende Wormland, MA in clinical psychology, is trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multiple Buddhist traditions for over 30 years and spent 5 years in meditation retreats. Stephan was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and teaches meditation in Buddhist centers in Europe.
Ulrika Säljeby is a licensed and experienced Yoga teacher. In her yoga classes, she aims to guide you in a way that the yoga positions become different tools you can use to learn to listen to your body. When the body feels safe in the position, things start to happen. You can never push the body into openings