Trip to Provence with Dr Rosy – I’m the guest Qigong Teacher! 10th May

Trip to Turkey 25th May – I’m leading the holiday, aided by Jamie Hughes
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Three Monkeys Spring Retreat – 15th April – with John and I leading.

My school, The Three Monkeys School of Qigong organises retreats, courses and healing weekends. These are NOT only for Student Teachers, but for the wider Qigong community too, they are suitable for anybody on a healing journey! – See the 3 Monkeys Site by Clicking Here!

Holiday / Retreat in Turkey! 25th May 2020

I’m leading a retreat to the sun-drenched Dalmation shores of Turkey this may!
I’m joined this time by Jamie Hughes, an accomplished young Qigong teacher (And Son-in-law in waiting!)

Between us, we’ll be teaching beginners, right from the start, and helping “improvers” go deeper with one-to-one instruction.

This is a holiday, but there will be opportunity for One to One Therapy with me should you wish.

There will be daily instruction, and exercise, daily meditation and stillness, and of course great opportunities for visits and trips.

This sensational centre sits in its own huge plot of land, and has access to The ancient city of Dalyan, see the Loggerhead Turtles, have a day cruise with snorkeling, lie on a beach, or just stay by the beautiful pool at the centre.
There are lots of Single rooms, and some doubles.

The price after 31st March is £850 not including Flights.
Early Bird offer £765 deposit before 31 March 2020
(This includes accommodation, food and teaching. Flights, Trips, and transfers will be at your expense.)

I have just looked on and found both Stanstead and Gatwick to Dalman showing for for £375 return
That’s flying out on the 25th May, and returning 1st June
The centre is 30 minutes drive from the nearest airport, Dalaman
The transfer cost is not included from the Airport Dalaman, but it’s only 30 minutes away. The estimated cost of the Taxi is £20 to Dalyan

Pay your deposit here – don’t miss your place! £50 holds a space..

Visit the centre’s website