The meaning of the word retreat means a withdrawal.
This withdrawal can be interpreted in many different ways. While many Buddhist retreats relate to silence seminars, one can generally speak of a time-out, a retreat, with the aim of getting away from the now overcrowded everyday life with all its duties and the backhand of to-do’s and to remove the tasks mostly determined from the outside. To let yourself go, to make room for your own thoughts and feelings and to allow space for other inner processes.
This is done through a daily schedule with a supporting program that focuses on self-experience and body experience. At PowerProVida this means: whole-day, plant-based catering, cooking workshops, mindfulness workshops, such as mindful eating, sitting and walking meditation, dream trips, body-mind connection, morning yoga sessions, meditative forest bathing and joint reflection in subsequent rounds of talks.
Free time can be enjoyed in a natural environment and peaceful ambience with a round in the whirlpool, outdoor pool, sauna, in the library or reading corner and around the campfire. Our personal goal is to provide every participant with sustainable tools and methods, to reflect on the essentials at all times and to use what they have learned intuitively back in everyday life. We attach great importance to authentic, individual program items and passionate trainers who lovingly pass on their knowledge to you.