Female Slow Living Retreat
Join our July-retreat in beautiful Piemont, Italy. For one week, we dive into La Dolce Vita, or let’s say Slow and Mindful Living. We’re looking for female visionaries, entrepreneurs, changemakers, and everyone who feels called to consciously step into the liminal threshold between the mundane, day-to-day and work life.
Practice mindfulness and bring new powerful focus to your life. In this retreat you’ll explore how to shape your life mindfully, sustainably and in integrity with your own values. We’ll slow down to consciously explore our lives by activating all of our senses. Throughout our week together we’ll dig into who we “are” in terms of patterns, issues and food.
We’ll ask ourselves
What makes me feel alive?
What do I eat? What is good for me and what isn’t?
What does pleasure, slowing-down, and sensuality mean to me?
How can I design my life and actions authentically and mindfully?
If it feels right for you to consciously take time for yourself, good food, and sustainable living – this is the retreat for you. Italy is the land of slow food, dolce vita and dolce far niente; what a place to explore the creative potential of idleness, rest, silence, mindfulness, and food: to eat well during a time of reflection is essential, because nutrition is the energy that feeds our being and actions at base level.
We’ll address personal and global matters by combining the following topics:
- Developing your potential and mindfulness giving individual space for reflection as well as creativity and group coaching.
- Enjoying culinary highlights when eating and cooking as well as learning about conscious nutrition ("Slow Food").
- Sharpening body awareness through movement, hiking, and time for excursions.
- Experiencing rest and connection through introspection and solo-time in silence and nature.
Konzept & Retreatleitung
The program is designed and lead by Sabrina Meyfeld & Eva Breitbach.
The two creative powerhouses met in a Berlin co-working space, where they hosted themed dinner and food events.
Sabrina is half-Sicilian and a passionate cook. She’s learning to be a yoga teacher and loves to design, coach and facilitate Inbetween-Spaces and slow-down-time for conscious being. She’s excited to share her love for Italy with you and to hold space for authentic dialogue, reflection and mutual inspiration.
Eva studied Food and Sustainability at the Slow Food University near Torino . Since then she travels for work, visiting projects that are concerned with sustainability of food production in Italy and the rest of the world. During our retreat she’ll cover creative fooding, the relevance of pleasure for body and soul, and what it really means when we say “you are what you eat”.