Ritambhara offers a 4 day residential retreat for parents that explores some of the following questions in more depth using yoga practice and philosophy as the basis.
- What am I doing as a parent, what can I do better?
- What are my challenges and struggles as a parent?
- What are my needs as a parent?
- In what ways can I help and support my child better?
- How can I listen to my children and their needs better?
- What is the relationship between my well-being and parenting?
Yoga, as traditionally emphasized, is an experiential Darsana, i.e. a way of reflecting on oneself and our relationship with the world. In alignment with this perspective, this program will focus primarily on experiential work – whether it is personalized yoga practice on the mat or self-reflective exercises. Brief theoretical introduction to various concepts and dimensions of yoga will be provided as required. This program intends to empower participants to tap into their inner capabilities towards conscious parenting.
Traditional Indian philosophy emphasizes the complex interconnectedness of different aspects of life such as diet, sleep, subjective sense of well-being, relationships and our interactions with the world at large. The explorations intended to be done in this program have the potential for helping participants identify the web of complex patterns that constitute these aspects. This observation can be very powerful and has the potential to empower the individual to take steps towards making self-desired changes in their role as a parent.
To register, please contact: Gowtham (+919677071373), Priya (+918524029821) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also fill in the form below to reach us.