Retreat and experience the Well of Grace with Elena Brower ·

Retreat and experience the Well of Grace with Elena Brower

Change is something we promise ourselves regularly: making everyday commitments to quit bad habits, live in the present and be a better person. Yet much of the time, life gets in the way — time is precious and the daily demands can quickly overwhelm the best of intentions. COMO Shambhala at COMO Parrot Cay is providing a solution. This haven of peace and calm, set well away from the rest of the world, is the ideal place to visit and reflect on some of those many intended changes, especially while COMO Parrot Cay hosts the ‘Well of Grace Retreat’.

The ‘Well of Grace’ retreat, from November 4th to 10th 2018, will be led by renowned yoga instructor Elena Brower. Guests will enjoy five days of guided yoga sequences and meditation, with a clear focus on self-awareness and self-discovery — the ultimate goal to inspire change that can be adopted in your daily life.

Elena, who has been practising yoga since 1998, is respected across the globe for her distinct blend of alignment and attention in her teaching of yoga and meditation. Her first book,Art of Attention, has been published in six languages, whilst her popular second book, Practice You: A Journal, is being incorporated into yoga and healing worldwide. She is committed to helping you gain innermost wisdom.

Sample Workshop Day:

8.00am — Breakfast
9.00am — Asana yoga sequence, meditation and journaling with Elena (two hours)
12.30pm — Lunch
2.00pm — Leisure time, where guests can enjoy treatments at COMO Shambhala
4.00pm —  Yoga sequence including yin, restoratives, pranayama and meditation (one-and-a-half hours)
From 6.30pm — Dinner and leisure time


Six nights accommodation at COMO Parrot Cay
Five days of yoga instruction (three-and-a-half hours daily)
Daily breakfast
Lunch and dinner from the nutritious COMO Shambhala Cuisine menu
One 60-minute COMO Shambhala Massage
Round-trip airport transfers
An exclusive retreat gift

 The workshop is priced from AUD$10,072 for single occupancy and AUD$18,402 for double, including a 10 per cent service charge and 12 per cent government tax. To book, please click here.

About COMO Shambhala

Founded in 1997, COMO Shambhala is owner Christina Ong’s realisation of her personal vision of what comprises a meaningful wellness experience. The brand ethos is simple and uncompromising: a transformative, 360-degree approach to wellness that aims to inspire commitment to lifelong physical and mental wellbeing for every individual. Health-giving cuisine, exercise including Pilates and yoga, massage and bodywork, treatments, ancient healing therapies and intuitive counselling are delivered in a nurturing environment by COMO Shambhala’s expert therapists and consultants from across the globe.

COMO Shambhala Estate in Bali is the brand’s flagship resort, but the brand’s ethos can be accessed at all COMO’s properties around the world. There are COMO Shambhala Retreats at COMO Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos, COMO Point Yamu in Phuket, COMO Uma Paro and COMO Uma Punakha in Bhutan, COMO Maalifushi and COMO Cocoa Island in Maldives and at COMO Uma Ubud and COMO Uma Canggu in Bali. There are also city-based COMO Shambhala Urban Escapes at COMO Metropolitan hotels in Miami, Bangkok and London and COMO The Treasury in Perth, Australia. There is a standalone COMO Shambhala Urban Escape in the heart of Singapore.

COMO Shambhala Cuisine is a specially-developed culinary system with specific nutritional purposes that can help boost concentration and energy, and balance blood-sugar levels. COMO Shambhala Cuisine menus are available at all COMO Hotels and Resorts worldwide (except for COMO The Halkin in London).

COMO Shambhala at Home is a range of massage oils, body care, hair care, home and travel products – available for purchase at every COMO property and online – based on the principles of aromatherapy, using premium-grade pure essential oils.

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