THREE DAYS OF WELLBEING
We are coming back with a fresh look for our next retreats -
Three Days of Wellbeing is a series of our signature day retreats to be hosted from Nov 3 to Nov 5 at our stunning villa in Pui O beach, South Lantau.
Brand-new programs are added and we are gathering the best facilitators in Hong Kong together to bring a rejuvenating and transformative experience to our participants.
Our Lead Teachers
- Yoga: Natalie Söderström
Natalie is a model, yoga teacher and holistic health coach. With a focus on vinyasa, yin-yang and mindful meditation, Natalie's classes are nurturing, strengthening, and sprinkled with her contagious smile and calming voice. With a playful and inspiring approach, Natalie hopes that you step off the mat feeling nourished, re-energised, balanced and with a smile to carry with you as you leave the room.
Natalie has a passion for everything wellness, including studies in holistic health, sports nutrition, traditional Chinese medicine and hormonal health. Off the mat she shares wisdom of holistic living, well-being through lasting health — enhancing habits. Weaving holistic teachings into her yoga classes completes the circle.
- Movement: Alex Herrera
A former professional Athlete and lifelong Martial Artist, Alex has dedicated his career to the exploration and research of Creative Movement & Martial Arts Introduced to the paradigm shifting ‘Movement Culture’ by world renowned Teacher Ido Portal Alex has been an International educator in Movement & Play for over 20 years, teaching his body of work in North America, Europe, Sth East Asia and Central America.
With his extensive skill set Alex has had the opportunity to work across a diverse section of Platforms like the Original Matrix film as Personal Trainer to Carrie Anne Moss ‘Trinity’ & Australian movie Director Baz Luhrmann, Professional athlete Mike Smith to Movement Educator at The Young Actors Project Malibu House in Los Angeles.
- Sound: Shane Aspegren
Shane Aspegren’s unique approach to a holistic sound practice combines his multifaceted background—as a contemporary artist, composer, and experimental musician—with training in therapeutic sound traditions alongside an ongoing research into modern wave science.
Since the early 2000s, Aspegren has explored various yogic practices, which led to a deep interest in meditation and the perceived experience of the human mind & body. After diving deeper into wave phenomena for a series of installations and performances, this eventually led to the development of ONDO, a natural bridge between his creative and holistic interests.