The Finding Awe Experience
Be off the grid in Armenia, uninterrupted and present, disconnecting from normal routines to recharge your mind and body, reconnecting with yourself and others. You will experience off the beaten path Armenian culture, nature, people, food, historic and spiritual sites…….. slowly, mindfully and device free.
With this different approach to travel, there is an opportunity to slow down, moving away from the habit of visiting the maximum number of attractions. This trip creates space for awe to arise with the following design principles
A prevalence of unobstructed views, favouring nature over cities.
Device free days,
Daily meditation, yoga, reflection and/or journaling
Slow tourism, with 3 nights per location
Experiences with locals, off the beaten path
Interested? Contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invitation to an upcoming free information session. A 15 minute film and photos from the May 2019 experience will be shared.
I am passionate about helping people and teams find balance in a digital world. Yoga, embodiment and mindfulness practices are key, device-free experiences that foster digital well-being. Learn more at www.mindequity.ca.
In 2016, I completed the 750-hour, two year teacher training at Esther Myers Studio in Toronto. This unique, deeply reflective style of hatha yoga, inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli (1908-1999) and Esther Myers (1947-2004), highlights 3 integrated principles of ground, breath and spine. It is an intelligent, “thinking body” yoga practice rooted in physiology, anatomy and mindful movement.
I have been practicing yoga since 1992 and meditation since 2005, experimenting with many yoga schools while practicing in Texas, Russia, Germany and Canada including hatha, Kripalu, Bikram, Anusara, Kundalini, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Jivamukti, Restorative and Yin.