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The Cretan Earth & Meditation Workshop

We welcome you to Cretan Malia Park on the island of Crete – a harmonious place, where energy is so pure, and time seems to stand still.

Crete is considered one of the most healing places in the world, and no resort takes more advantage of a stunning natural setting than Cretan Malia Park. The design & architecture are breathtaking, seeming to grow out of the ground beside the hotel’s surrounding nature of swaying palming trees, Malia’s bananas, fig trees and olive groves. The spacious, eco-sensitive rooms have wonderful sea or garden views, and all the modern comforts for a carefree vacation.

The Cretan Earth & Meditation Workshop is a lovely mix of yoga, meditation, togetherness and relaxation to revitalize and restore your inner balance through a practice that will enhance the mind, nourish the soul, and give you every reason you need to celebrate life.

Find your flow and harness balance during a 2-day immersive yoga & meditation workshop, complemented by a book reading & cooking lesson event, led by multi-talented author, speaker, and coach, Agapi Kefalogiannis.
The history of Crete is age–long and should be traced back in the first myths and legends. Crete is the birthplace of the first European civilization, the Minoan, and the god of all gods, Zeus. It was here that for the first time the constructor of the famous Labyrinth, Daedalus, disregarded the law of gravity and flew away with his son Icarus, escaping from the notorious Minotaur. Myths are strongly connected to the real findings on the island.

Marked by subsequent invasions, Crete is a host to a wonderful combination of Arabic, Venetian and Ottoman sites: Forts, scenic harbors, palaces, fountains and temples.
Before yoga became part of my life, I was in ballet; being a student of Royal Academy of Dancing (RAD) and a Modern Theater Dance graduate (ISTD) the freedom of expression of dance combined with discipline and focus always held a strong part within me. It was a severe foot injury in my early twenties that urged me to say goodbye to my point shoes and it was then that I turned to yoga and pilates as part of my well being and re habilitation routines. Exploring yoga and its benefits to my body and mind grew more and more through my practice and was combined with my Reiki Diploma (1rst degree) and meditation practices. Today I am a certified Hatha Yoga teacher (200 TT Hours) and I enjoy practicing yoga -with a pilates flavor- spreading love & connection to expressions of our human nature.

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