Yoga and Sacred Dance Retreat wtih Julie Martin at In Sabina, Italy

Sacred Dance with Julie Martin


Julie Martin


Saturday, 29 April 2017 to Saturday, 6 May 2017


In Sabina Torri



Join Julie for an entire week of exploring, unfolding, curiosity, discovery and release. Combining daily practices of Vinyasa Flow Brahmani style, Sacred Dance, Meditation and Creative writing, we will dive into a journey of self discovery. This week is about allowing an exploration of the layers within yourself through movement, dance, stillness and expression to witness what may unfold creatively. Julie is an expert at guiding practices that offer freedom in form and allow self expression to arise. Structures often bring a sense of confinement, but here all structures will be fluid, pliable and open to personal interpretation based on where and who we are in the moment. What is Sacred Dance? We are constantly communicating with our bodies. Our gestures, glances, movements are telling stories we may not be aware of. When we cultivate our internal dialogue to find expression in movement, in dance, we have access to our stories. We feel them, see them and express them. Through this process we allow ourselves to re-pattern, let go of limiting ideas and grow in our relationship to ourselves and others. Sacred Dance is a movement exploration without limitations. Guided by Julie through different awareness exercises you will find your freedom in movement and let the dance rise from within. Each day will include an Asana practice, Sacred Dance, plus meditation and pranayama.

Don’t miss this opportunity, numbers limited to 18 participants, book early!


£850 (Shared Room in Main House) * Single rooms may be available at additional cost depending on availabilty*


About The Instructors

Julie Martin

Julie Martin, Director of Brahmani Yoga is an internationally recognised teacher of Vinyasa Flow. She has been teaching for over 20 years and running highly respected teacher training programmes for the last 13. Julie infuses her classes with grace and fluidity and the process of discovery guided by the continual emergence of anatomical information applied to this modern asana practice. The question is always “how does it feel to be in this body now?” Through encouraging play, curiosity and awareness, each class becomes a journey through body and mind, fusing the qualities of traditional yoga with personal discovery and self expression. Julie’s aim is to guide students towards awareness and inspire presence, to find freedom in movement, and move towards stillness, to our true practice, our true selves.